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    Default With or without BRD?

    Hi everybody

    As I ask in the title, justto have an idea (and also maybe Sony will hear our voices and change their mind...) could you just anybody who will read this post, give your opinion or just say how would you prefer WO:HD to be released: only downoloadable on PSN or BRD release or both.

    Personaly I beg Sony and pray the god of publishers for a BRD release. I'm crazy about the artwork and all the stuff about WO.

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    perhaps i'm out of the loop, but what does BRD stand for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yagya View Post
    perhaps i'm out of the loop, but what does BRD stand for?
    sorry. I mean blue ray disk.

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    ah! for the life of me i couldn't figure out the acronym. usually i can figure them out pretty quickly. i'd like to have a box for the game, but perhaps this is further strengthening the idea that they are indeed working on a separate ps3 wipeout title.

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    I'll definitely say bluray, if only for having another sweet manual!

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    I always perfer a hard copy over a download. Manuals, artwork, a box, all make it much nicer of course.

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    personally I wouldn't mind either or...I don't really know how video games work...but will a BRD release affect the 1080p at 60fps at all seeing that the game always has to refer back to reading info off the disc??? Dunno...

    a hardcopy BRD realease would be nice ofr the cool manual, cover and artwork...

    but a softcopy PSN release would also be cool keeping up with the whole future of digital content distribution, plus, I can just turn the PS3 on and start playing immediately without having to insert the disc which means I don't need to rely on the laser...

    if SL were to go along a similar path that Warhawk took, and release on both fronts...I would get both... digital content for purely play...and hardcopy content to collect...

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    they could have the blu-ray disc just "burn" it onto the ps3 harddrive if reading a disc would factor into the fps.

    you get the game running smooth, and a cool case with all teh goodies.

    i don't think it being on a disc would affect the fps at all though.

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    With BRD would be a good idea, as i suggested on another thread. If the game is released on a format which every single person has access to, then the game would sell alot more.

    I had the choice with another small sized game 'Gran Turismo 5 Prologue', of either BR (BluRay) or DD (Download Data), i would choose the BR again. Its just piece of mind knowing you got the hard copy incase the PS3 HDD where every to corrupt itself (Plus the box with all the artwork and fan fiction in it also). Maybe this is another cause by the many months of delay of the release of HD.

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    Would kind of make sense for a BRD release now that there will be split screen local racing.

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