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EA Land for "upscale" game system

Discussion in 'EA Land/The Sims Online Stratics Forums' started by nobuttkisser, Dec 27, 2007.

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    Maxis/EA here is something to ponder after you get EA Land up and running... I'd like to see a version of this online game accessible for upscale game system i'm talking about Microsoft XBOX 360, Nintendo WII, Sony's Playstation 3 and or any other upcoming game system with internet access. I know its a market untouched yet but think of the expansion you would have... (beat sony to the punch with their "home") that home hasn't come to fruiton yet and when and if it ever does it would restrict the players with other playstation 3 players... whereas TSO/EA Land although right now is restricted to PC system could expand to these game systems with internet access making it possible for us to play this game just about in any room including outside the home... I place this thought out for anyone who may have a game system and a desire to see this game become a reality. what do you think? [​IMG]
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    Luc discussed this on the blog back in March, if you comment to the post he will get a notification of it. Clicky