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PuffGussy36

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Does anyone know if there is a site like IGN or Gamspot that doesn't charge you to view hi-res or hi-def videos clips of new games? That is doesn't require you to become a paying member?

Don't these sites make enough money from ad revenue? Apple doesn't charge to view HD versions of their Quicktime movie previews. I'm surprised a video game site does. I'm not one of these people who expects to get everything for free. It just doesn't make sense for me to pay for a membership to a gaming site when I only check in on them about once a month if that. I like the video clips because you get a much better sense of what gameplay would be like. The problem is that the free low res clips are all but useless. The pixelation is horrible and the screen dimensions are small.

I like Gamespot. I like the layout and I've gotten comfortable with navigating. I'm just not going to pay for watching a (hi-res) video clip of a game preview.

Thanks.

Edited by PuffGussy36, 20 July 2007 - 04:20 PM.

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http://gametrailers.com/

http://www.gamevideos.com/
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I just watched the preview for Arena Net's Guild Wars: Eye of the North. Nice full screen in Media Player.

Game Trailers is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you. :whistling:
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www.megagames.com
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