If it takes those really little cylindrical batteries (the kind that it takes 4 of to fill a TV remote) it's AAA.
If it takes the larger batteries (the kind that it only takes 2 of to fill a TV remote) it's AA. --- Intel i5 4670k | Corsair 16GB DDR3 | Gigabyte GTX 770 4GB | ASUS 27" 1440p Corsair 480GB SSD | WD 4TB HDD | Fractal Design R4 | Corsair 750MX | Win7Ult 64
AAA = big budget, that's all. There is no AA or A since AAA is a pseudo-rank just like B movies = low budget campy films. --- firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz, XFX Radeon HD 6870, ASUS P8Z68-V/Gen3, 2x8GB G.Skill DDR3 1600, Crucial M4 64GB SSD, WD Caviar Blue 1TB HDD, XFX Pro650W Core, Corsair 650D
So basically if its a known game its an automatic "AAA" title?
Minecraft is not AAA, for example.
Eh..depends on the definition of 'known'. Minecraft is known by certain niches. However, if we're being as elastic as to say that any game that is known by at least one person, then it is considered known...then yes Minecraft is as known as CoD: modern war of blacks ops elite edition 2. However, if we're defining known as everyone and their grandma knows of it, then no Minecraft isn't known. --- "planetside 2 would only have 30 people running around on a small map fighting." - GunWolfAlpha
A AAA games means a game that you played over and over again and really enjoyed it no matter what others say. A AA games is a game with anti-aliasing. just play your AAA games and don't look for the stupid review. --- God created the world, everything else are made in China