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  1. spatular


    yeah it looks the same, i wasn't really going to get one, just impressed you can get a rotatable tv
  2. spatular


    https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-the-sero-qled-43inch-tv-at-costco-3742529 rotatable tv!
  3. spatular


    haha yeah, my main tip would be to turn on autofire.
  4. Question not aimed at me but id probably have got both ratchet and returnal at launch if they were around 40, not sure ill like either of them but would have had a go because there isnt much next gen stuff.
  5. I guess sony/ms probably dont allow one product to have compatibility with both systems, so they get round this by selling the wheels with xbox compatibility separate from the bases with ps compatibility. im another waiting for the ps base. only just got an email for phase 3 preorders so looks like anyone can order now estimated for nov. Looks like the fanatec pedal adapter i have is so old it wont work with this so will probably get the new pedal set too.
  6. get a usb saturn pad?: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Retro-Bit-Official-SEGA-Saturn-Control/dp/B07H3QWY1C/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=usb+saturn+pad&qid=1623176004&s=videogames&sr=1-2
  7. in terms of handling, the pgr games and project cars 3.
  8. it looks amazing and i want one, but it's the same problem as the astro city for me, the included games aren't the reason i think it looks amazing. i guess there's a tiny bit of hope for this one as all the games haven't been announced yet. or maybe they'll get hacked, maybe the astro city already has, i don't know.
  9. ray tracing is already in the pc version, i had to keep it turned off for a smooth frame rate.
  10. some more info on the new fanatec wheel, the bigger power supply to upgrade it 5nm -> 8nm is pretty expensive ~150 euros, or less if you get it with the wheel, other than that it sounds good (well i'll be waiting for a ps version anyway).
  11. spatular


    playing with a pad is my excuse for being rubbish in the arcades (it's definitely not because i'm rubbish ). did try and learn with a stick but the chance to play at an arcade happens so infrequently that it doesn't seem worth the effort to learn. so i just stick to a pad. just going to agree with other people saying it's down to preference, you see people get crazy scores with all sorts of things - keyboards, sticks, ps2 pads, fake 360 pads, etc.
  12. Good info cheers! if anyone doesn't like the english voices you can change them to japanese if that helps.
  13. Do you know how come thats pc only, is the free chronicle stuff not on consoles? i got it on sat on ps4 and had a quick go but the super easy mode dlc (which im definitely going to need!) wasnt available yet. Hopefully get back to it tomorrow or the weekend. Never played smt before but like some persona games so wanted to give it a try.
  14. dirt is much less forgiving, probably a more realistic rally game, really narrow tracks, and (although rare) you can have to retire from a rally from a small mistake. and i don't think i'd play it without a wheel, although i'm sure a lot of people do. wrc9 is a bit more arcade, more forgiving, some wider tracks - i really like the wider tracks they remind me of the old cmr games (there are some really narrow tracks too where it's more like dirt rally, and i think later cmr games had narrow tracks too), you won't have to retire from mistakes. and it plays well with a pad imo (althou
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