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  • adv. In an unplayable way.


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  • You don't see them all up in arms about the games being too hard, which is precisely what this boils down to. for some people, the games are unplayably hard, for a variety of reasons.

    Is Sony legally required to make its games accessible to disabled people? - Boing Boing

  • Tottenham faded a little in the second half, running out of ideas against an obstinate United defence typified by Vidic who was unplayably immense in the middle. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • So some people really find the game incredibly, unplayably, scary.

    Ars Technica

  • Quality control seems to have improved dramatically since then, but this store still finds it to be enough of a problem that they've posted a sign explaining that vinyl returns won't be accepted unless the record is broken or unplayably scratched.


  • Do you think you can keep improving Civilization sequels without making them unplayably complicated?

    Listal promoted

  • HD Video was troublesome to accelerate on the GPU with sporadic file support and 3D gaming was, despite Nvidia's claims, not really playable by anyone but Chuggy McChuggerson, lover of unplayably low frame rates at even the lowest of detail settings. Feed

  • Review: Namco Ridge Racer Accelerated - The irony of the Accelerated name is that the iPhone and iPod touch version of Ridge Racer is slow: not just a little slow, but unplayably slow on anything but the powerful iPhone 3GS and third-generation iPod touch.

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  • That said, I recall the person of brought (unplayably slow, but nonetheless) dreamcast emulation to PSP mentioning that he'd rather like to try porting it to Pandora as and when he gets hardware. Stories / Popular


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