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  1. Has anyone had any issues with Steam Rom Manager creating empty collections in Steam on the Deck? I added a couple of Roms to a couple of folders, fired up Steam Rom Manager, hit Preview App list and i see the games but after hitting Save and going back into Steam, I see the collections for the systems have been created but they're empty
  2. There was a post where it mentioned it could be downloaded from the 'my abandonware' site so I downloaded it (and the no-cd crack) from there on the Deck I extracted the downloaded zip and then copied over the no-cd file and then added the .exe to Steam as a non-Steam game. I've set the compatibility to Proton 7.0.3 and I think that was pretty much all I did
  3. My Deck arrived today and, obviously, my 1st task was to try and get OutRun 2006 up and running I managed to get it working using the info earlier in the thread but it would appear that the high-score tables don’t work when using the no-cd patch - does anyone else see the same problem? I tried it on my Windows PC and the same thing happens, but when I play from my original DVD it’s fine, so I’m thinking it’s an issue with the patch rather than the Deck
  4. For me, i’d say it’s the Atari 5200 controller. Awkward button placements make it uncomfortable even after a short amount of gaming time, unreliable, and the non self-centring stick makes a number of games a chore to play.
  5. Looking forward to this tonight, doesn’t seem like we’ve heard much about PS5 for a while I'm still sticking with a £299/$349 price for the disc-less and £399/$449 for the full fat. I also reckon they’ll open pre-orders either immediately or within the next couple of days, certainly before Xbox preorders, with a launch date of either the same as Series S/X or the week before
  6. £299 and £399 for me I always reckoned Sony would announce PS5 at £50-£100 cheaper than series X Given the lower than expected price of Series X, I reckon the PS5 with disc will be £399 - that's 50 quid cheaper and crucially would be viewed as being under £400 with the MS offering over £400 Similarly, I reckon the disc-less PS5 will be £299, that still makes it and Series S both fall below £300 and they can give the sales spiel of full next-gen hardware for only 50 quid more than Series S
  7. I’m fully expecting £299 and £399 - would have been interesting what price it would have been had Sont announced their price first for once. i also expect pre-orders to open before the 22nd, possibly by next Friday with release date matching Xbox Hopefully we’ll get clarification that it’s fully backward compatible with the PS4. Looking forward to Wednesday!
  8. When do we expect Sony to announce that the PS5 is more than 12 Tflops?
  9. Unbelievably not, he's just done the press conference for Saturdays trip to top of the table Swansea :-(
  10. Ha, that fixed it for me. Chat pad disconnected and game loads. Cheers!
  11. I received a physical deluxe edition of the game for Xbox One on Saturday and that too fails to run and returns me back to the dashboard. Hoping it’ll work tomorrow on its ‘release date’
  12. Really looking forward to this next week - pre-ordered Xbox version off Amazon - Going to fire up the original Xbox tonight for the 1st time in a while to have a blast on the original Burnout games to whet my appetite.
  13. Ah, Shipleys up Hanley duck. Great venue, remember it well. Will certainly be picking up the new game next year. Good luck with it
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