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  1. I'd love to hear some impressions on this.
  2. Sane

    vinyl lovers

    I just wanted add my 2 cents about the discussion a few pages back about the quality of new vinyl. I buy a lot of new vinyl and very rarely have any issues with quality control or sound quality. Yes, there are a lot of crappy releases (although not nearly as much as 5 to 10 years ago in my experience) but you can avoid them if you do some research before buying. I am aware that this is a hassle not everyone will want to engage in, but it's extremely rewarding if you do. The same record can have multiple reissues which can differ night and day in terms of quality. By not blindly buy
  3. Yeah if it's a choice between 30 fps and 60 fps then I will just get an X to be honest. No raytracing is also kinda annoying. Does S never have it?
  4. Ah. Hmm well there's no stock anywhere anyway at the moment so I guess I will have time to see how things turn out. The storage doesn't really matter to me because I don't have much gaming time so I will only play one or two games at a time and I don't mind downloading things. If there's a significant difference in performance that would be a dealbreaker for me though.
  5. Thanks! The S will be fine for me then, I don't need much storage and I won't have a 4K TV in the forseeable future.
  6. Apologies if this has been discussed but I haven't followed the topic and it's a bit long to read it all back now. I'm wondering if there's any benefit to having a series X over an S if I'm going to use it on a 1080p TV? Is the performance and graphics quality identical except for the resolution?
  7. Sane

    The Jazz Thread

    Well I went a bit crazy but I figured it's a nice deal and these kind of releases never get cheaper, only more expensive. I got: Lee Morgan - Cornbread (tone poet) Lee Morgan - the Cooker (tone poet) Joe Henderson - The State of the Tenor vol. 2 (tone poet) Andrew Hill - Black Fire (tone poet) Donald Byrd - Chant (tone poet) Grant Green - Born to be Blue (tone poet) Chick Corea - Now He Sings, Now He Sobs (tone poet) Jackie Mclean - It's Time (tone poet) Kenny Burrell - Introducing (tone poet) Freddy Hubbard - Open Sesame (BN80)
  8. Sane

    The Jazz Thread

    A tip for all the jazz lovers here: amazon germany currently have a 3 for 2 deal going which includes some nice jazz albums. I bought a bunch of Tone Poet and BN80 releases. I think it ends tomorrow.
  9. ISWYDT. Abzu is very nice, Journey underwater. I bought it full price and felt it was worth it.
  10. I just cancelled my amazon UK pre order for the SMB game and watch, so anyone still looking for one might be able to pick it up there.
  11. My nephew got a Switch for his birthday with this game, is it possible to play local co-op with him against online opponents? And do I need my own Switch and a copy of the game for that?
  12. How about 40-something Dutch men?
  13. It makes sense. The first one was also honed to perfection during a long period. Its the kind of game where only playing it with a large number of people will generate the feedback necessary to balance it properly. If you're someone who going to play this for hundreds of hours it makes sense to wait a bit now until all the big changes have been made.
  14. How's everyone getting along with the touch screen controls in Galaxy in handheld mode? I never played the game before and I find some situations where I have to use them a bit un intuitive. Also, I think the game wanted me to use the touchscreen while also moving Mario and pressing buttons at some point, that's something I hope I won't have to do often because it's pretty much impossible. There's a chance I just didn't really understand what to do though...
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