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  1. Size is definitely going to be a problem. The design is certainly divisive but personally I love it, it just looks futuristic and feels like a proper next gen system, its something that wouldnt look out of place in a sci-fi movie. Which seems to be backed up by the UI if the sneak peak is anything to go by. In contrast the Series X is downright boring, which is a shame as the Xbox one x was my favourite console design this gen.
  2. Well if you look at Microsoft’s first party output since gamepass there has been more of a focus on multiplayer focused games, Sea of Thieves, Bleeding Edge, Minecraft Dungeons, Forza Horizon 4, Gears 5 etc. with a lot of content and changes being added years after release. It can be argued that those were all in development before Gamepass so its hard to say how much they were influenced by the subscription model. Sony seems to be the only one out of the two that are still dedicated to big AAA single player only games.
  3. Im sure I read somewhere its based on how many hours have been played which would make sense as I imagine quite a few people are like me and download a ton of games and never end up playing them. if that is the case then my big concern is that developers who do release stuff with gamepass/ps now in mind will start to focus on GaaS type games that are designed with grinding in mind to get people playing everyday and have no ending or sense of completion.
  4. I really hope Sony have sorted out the system's fan ventilation and sound levels. My PS4 Pro sounds like a jet engine and its so bad that Im thinking of holding off of playing any big recent PS4 games and just wait to play them on the PS5 if they are compatible. Ive recently been playing Spiderman and the PS4 Pro's fan is so loud that I cant even hear the dialogue when the TV volume is at a reasonable level.
  5. Is there any update about a hack for this? I saw on YouTube about a month ago that someone has been able to dump roms on it but its been a bit quiet since. Am tempted to pick one up as I never owned an original but with most of the games being in Japanese, which makes all of the text heavy games like snatcher unplayable, its a bit of a deal breaker for me.
  6. Is anyone still playing this? If so can people please add me, gamertag is MajorBritten
  7. Looks good but I wish retro-bit had gotten rid of the angular handles as that (and the d-pad) was by far the worst thing about the original pad. The new retro fighters pad looks good as well, although that one isn’t wireless
  8. Does Atari actually have any in-house development teams to make games for their new system or are they just farming out their IP to third parties?
  9. I did something similar which is one of my biggest gaming regrets as its one of my favourite games of all time, it will be one of the first games I’ll be playing as soon as I get a MODE and a Saturn setup. No way I can afford to buy an original copy. Bought a white Saturn today in preparation
  10. i was looking at that as well, but I also need something for Neo Geo CD and PlayStation plus maybe PC engine in the future so an OSSC might be the better option.
  11. Whats the best way to play the Saturn on a Hd/4k tv? OSSC + RGB cable?
  12. I hope not, I would rather the Astrobot games remain VR only. The reason the original was so good was that it was built from the ground up with VR in mind. If they did a regular non vr version it would lose a lot of what made the first one so special
  13. Form factor might be different but they are both based on the zx spectrum and allow people to play spectrum games on a HD tv.
  14. Yeah I know, different team but similar product. Will definitely back it when they do their second run though :)
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