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  1. I think it's just the most relatable video gaming example. Coiled springs and the like showcased by Astrobot probably aren't as compelling in these kinds of ads.
  2. Think this picture shows these two lads PS4ing on the same pod: It just has the barrier around it for Covid and it's probably in the process of getting disassembled.
  3. Really odd that they thought we'd want a deep dive of the pad at this stage. That was the first thing they showed us and then followed it up with the main event - hardware/games reveal. Now back to talking about the pad - which is something we can't really appreciate without using it ourselves - and then a really dry buddy-up over zoom.
  4. Also, has anyone photo shopped a PSVR headset next to the PS5 range? Would probably look like it belongs with that line-up.
  5. It's like what they were saying in that Digital Foundry video - even though the cost difference wouldn't be that much in terms of the disc drive (was it 40 £ or $? Can't remember), Sony might take the hit and sell the discless version for 100 less, knowing that they're locking you in to digital.
  6. Think you might be playing it a bit more than usual soon.
  7. Yeah, definitely start with all of the comfort settings on and just gradually switch them off as you go. EDIT: Think the biggest step is the tilting
  8. A group of my mates in their forties have seen him DJing on a couple of occasions recently (in Todmorden and then in Manchester a couple of weeks back). They were on my WhatsApp group, discussing when to go and see him again, with Leeds next month earmarked. Should've gone to the Manchester set.
  9. I'd say that including the footage of the cats pre and post-killing is still quite distressing when you know what happened in between, so I would exercise caution. Netflix should've put more of warning up. The number of times I see such warnings on other stuff that doesn't end up showing you much of anything lulled me into a bit of a false sense of security and I did find myself looking away at times. Admittedly, that comes from my own sensitivities that I can't even watch some cats being stroked/happy, whilst knowing that a gruesome death is imminent. Aside from that, I so wish I didn't have any prior knowledge of the case, as I can imagine it being utterly compelling viewing if you don't. Heed the warning up thread and skip the intro to avoid spoilers. You can skip in subsequent eps, but Netflix never let you on the first ep.
  10. Astro Bot is £7.99 at Argos.
  11. No app really stays functional for that long. Anything 'side loaded' which needs updating will sometimes tell you that it needs it. Others just stop working. Within kodi, stuff stops working one day quite frequently. Just giving a firestick to a friend or relative who doesn't stay on top of that stuff will inevitably end up with it "not working anymore".
  12. Even if those sort of people were given a fully loaded firestick, maintaining it (dumping old, non-working apps and installing new ones) would be beyond them.
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