With the growing numbers of online gaming on the other gaming consoles, would you welcome them to the ranks here on GTP and would you think there would be a "war between factions"?
It would not be my job to decide if they could join GTP, but I don’t see why they shouldn’t. Lets face it, there are lots of people on here that don’t actually game, and who just use this site like a MySpace. With the gamertag link, I think that if you are offline for so long from the live servers, then your account should disappear from here. That way it would just be gamers on here, from whatever platform. As for the ‘war between factions’, I personally wouldn’t get involved, as I already believe that the 360 is the best. Criticising other platforms is like pissing into the wind, it looks fun but you soon regret what you started.
COUNTRY OF THE WEEK.
Where is it?: An island between the Artic Circle and the North Atlantic Ocean, north-east of Canada.
Why avoid it?: Over three-quarters of the country is ice, in the winter it barely gets light, in summer it barely gets above 45* Fahrenheit. And Santa doesn’t actually live there.
Male life expectancy: 65.13 years.
Saving grace: You can travel to the end of the world. Oodaq Island, just 328ft across, is the last bit of land in the Northern Hemisphere – but you’ll need a helicopter and a wad of cash to get there.
Moment of greatness: Greenland was named by Viking Eric the Red who, due to the overall whiteness of the country, was probably colour-blind. He may not even have been red!
National Dish: Whale, seal and walrus, particularly the eyes, liver and heart… yummy!
TODAY’S FACTS: 26th April:
Although it is not known exactly when William Shakespeare was born, he was baptized on this day in 1564. The works of this world-famous writer have been attributed to more than twenty other people, including Sir Walter Raleigh and Queen Elizabeth I. None of these claims have been proved.
In the seventeenth century nearly sixty million people are thought to have died in Europe from smallpox.
An atom is about a million times thinner than a human hair.
..."Thank you, come again"...
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