Ah yes the headphones you wished you could afford are a pile of shit!
Beats headphones cost anywhere between £100 and £400. Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre have created a $3.2 billion empire off the back of them after they sold the company to Apple last year.
What a lot of people don’t know is that a regular haircut costs more than it does to create some Beats headphones.
It has been revealed the cost of making the fancy headset is as low as $14.
The Doves played in the GMEX in Manchester on the 18th Dec and it was one hell of a gig. The doves where awesome and there setlist had all the best songs.
The greatest denier
Doves-The cedar room
There Goes the Fear:
Heres some amazing photos from yes Under the wing of a plane;
Here are some photos ruined by other folks sticking their nose in;
Call of duty Modern warfare 2 is only days away and for us PC Gamers it means nothing. The totaly crap that te PC Version will be is just not worth it, plus the price from Steam at €60 and no dedicated servers, no mods and only a rubbish 9v9 mode? What in the hell are they thinking? I only bought the last two Modern Warfare games for the “multiplayer” game anyway, i did manage to finish COD 4 in single player but have not done the same with COD 5.
For a company that made their millions on the PC and speaking as someone who has bought every Call of Duty game on the PC im deeply dissapointed that COD Modern warfare 2 is going to be complete crap on the PC.
- How can a 9V9 mode be any good? Most Cod games at the moment are 32 players with 16 on each side.
- No dedicated servers.
- Game is hosted on one players PC, when and if they leave the game pauses for 5 seconds and makes a new player a host
- No mods
Hitler thinks Infinity Ward are Fashists:
More bad news:
It’s now official, every copy of Modern Warfare 2 will require Steam activation which means you can get it a lot cheaper in your retail store than on Steam (60€). For example in Poland this game is around 25-30€.
And if all the above wasnt bad enough heres more bad news, a comparison between COD MW1 and COD MW 2;
While looking on steam at the price of the new Call of Duty Game Modern Warfare 2 game and being shocked at the price their charging i got an email from play.com telling about how you can pre-order the game and have it on the day of release. When i checked out the two prices it turned out there a huge €15 difference.
Ive posted before about how games on steam are more expensive and its generally known. But how can they justify the charge of €60 for a PC Game? Most PC Games never are more than about €45 in a retail shop on steam however they normally hit €50 or more. So after a little searching i found out that theres are website about this very topic.
So i checked out the prices of 3 new upcoming PC Games and heres the results below;
Call of duty: Modern Warfare 2
- Steam Price €59.99
- Play.com €45.49
- Direct2Drive.co.uk n/a
- Amazon.co.uk £34.96 / €39
Dragons Age of Origin:
- Steam Price €49.99
- Play.com €35.49
- Direct2Drive.co.uk £29.95
- Amazon.co.uk £24.99 / €27.00
Left for Dead 2
- Steam Price €44.49 (with 10% off)
- Play.com €35.49
- Amazon.co.uk £26.99 / €30
(prices correct as of 6-nov-09)
Average difference in price is about €12 and this is for a digital download with no DVD, case or manual how on earth can this be justified? Im going to post the prices of the same against Directtodrive which is another digital download service later.
Heres a site i found exposing the problems with steams service;
Even if after all that if you still dont believe it check out this artivle from the theinquirer.net which lists even more games and the price rip-off;
Company of Heros: Tales of Valor [Steam = £29.99 / Play.com =£17.99]
Football Manager 2009 [Steam = £29.99 / Play.com =£14.99]
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II [Steam = £34.99 / Play.com =£22.99]
Empire: Total War [Steam = £39.99 / Play.com =£29.99]
Half-Life 2: Orange Box [Steam = £16.99 / Play.com =£14.99]
Call of Duty: World at War [Steam = £29.99 / Play.com =£29.99]
Bioshock [Steam = £13.99 / Play.com =£9.99]
Ton clancy’s: End War [Steam = £34.99 / Play.com =£14.99]
Drakensang [Steam = £29.99 / Play.com =£17.99]
X3: Terran Conflict [Steam = £22.99 / Play.com =£14.99]
Grand Theft Auto IV [Steam = £26.99 / Play.com =£24.99]
Vin Diesel: Wheelman [Steam = £29.99 / Play.com =£17.99]
Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.K. [Steam = £34.99 / Play.com =£17.99]
Fear 2 [Steam = £24.99 / Play.com =£24.99]
Crysis: Maximum Edition [Steam = £32.99 / Play.com =£26.99]