- 2 AnswersMovies1 month ago
When Luke fell down the exhaust tube, a vent opened and he fell to the bottom of Cloud City, where he used the force to call Liea. Did Darth Vader open the vent because he didn't want Luke to die? And did he not kill Luke because he knew that Luke could save him from the Emporer? - "Luke, you can destroy the Emporer."Movies2 months ago
It's obvious that Luke and R2 didn't mean to land in the swamp on Dagobah, but isn't it a little too coincidental how they landed right beside Yoda's hut? Luke Skywalker made it clear that he couldn't see where they were going when they landed - "ALL THE SCOPES ARE DOWN I CAN'T SEE A THING" so could it be that Yoda force-pulled their ship and set up the whole situation knowing that Luke was the galaxy's last hope?2 AnswersMovies2 months ago
He doesn't really seem "evil" in episode 2 and 3, he just seems like a bratty teenager. His turn to the dark side really didn't occur until the later half of ep 3. Everything before that he was just kind of a jerk. He was disrespectful to the whole jedi council, and Obi Wan. He listened to no one. Every time Obi Wan or the council warned him about something or instructed him, he basically told them to shut up.
We're meant to believe that he wasn't "evil" at this point in time, and that he was only "influenced". But he just seems like more of a whiny adolescent than a potential villain. Was that judt bad character development? Or what...2 AnswersAdolescent2 months ago
I hear a lot of people say that. But I wasn't sure if it was 100 per cent accurate as 1. Console and PC architecture were radically different in those days (especially pre-gen 7 because Consoles were built more as arcade machines) so if a console game never made it to PC, that was because there was no way to port it other than re-write the entire game. And 2, PC rigs were not as easy and accessible to come by back then as the gaming industry had not yet majorly impacted the market, at least to the extent of now.
All that said, it WAS possible to buy a PC rig that was more capable than those consoles, but was it PRACTICAL? No. Yes?PC2 months ago
I don't get it...13 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police2 months ago
It's supposed to be a video game machine. Maybe they could... I don't know, have some kids play a game for the commercial? But no... instead, let's terrify kids by making them think our console is some kind of mind control torture device...1 AnswerVideo & Online Games2 months ago
I mean... really... built in Ray Tracing, GPU that outperforms 2080s, up to 8K res? No one is gonna use that because barely any 8K TVs are even sold yet...
I would think adding all these featires would make them take a bigger hit on every console sold. How powerful is this thing, exactly?1 AnswerOther - Hardware2 months ago
This thing had a state-of-the-art Cell processor, a Blu Ray player, PS1 and PS2 backwards compatibility (all generations, something that, to my knowledge, had never been done before) a flash card reader? And all of this was in 2006.
And it WAS detrimental to SONY's business. They sold this thing at a 600 dollar price point... and STILL took a massive loss on every console sold?!? Why would they need to add all this stuff when barely anyone even had HDTV yet? It's a game console, not a NASA server host... just make fun games for it...2 AnswersPlayStation2 months ago