on 12.07.2007 (server time)It was so big!
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On Monday night I was granted the opportunity to play ps3 on a larger than life movie theatre screen. The experience was phenomenal. Sadly, the only titles I had avaliable to play were Def Jam Icon and Dark Kingdom. My Resistance disc had a blemish and wouldn't read and I think I might have actually made it worse by attempting to use refinishing spray and one of those hand crank disc scratch fixers. Who would have thought there was a science to it?
We didn't use the actual projector that runs the movies. We used a smaller Viewsonic model that's typically used in business presentations. Due to network protections that monitor the activity of the theatre projectors we can seldom use them for other purposes besides that they were originally designated for.
The only downside of operating on the presentation projector was that we didn't get to experience the theatre's sound system. We ended up using a set of logitech desktop speakers for audio output and suprisingly it still sounded amazing.
If I can get my hands on a copy of the Orange Box then we'll probably be playing some Team Fortress next week. I can only hope.
Anyone else out there had the pleasure of playing in a theatre?
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