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  1. I got to that page and was about to click buy, dithered while wondering how I would explain that my playstation has always been a massive white box sat by the TV honest to my Wife when we could do with buying a new fridge and then it was gone.
  2. PS4 - lovely buttons, great button feel, less good shoulders, sticks lack grip for me but are quiet. Dpad smooth and lovely. XBox one - horrid rounded buttons, even more horrid clicky d pad, noisy but grippy sticks and lovely smooth triggers. Why are the bupers clicky and nasty then? Wii U pro - just delightful even with the odd stick placement but shoulder bumper things are still a bit too clicky for me. 360 - great at the time and still weirdly sought after as I sold two for a good price a while back but these days don't quite feel as good as the newer ones. Gamecube -
  3. That is just lovely - I could watch it over and over!
  4. I would add that I had day one access to the megadrive, SNES, N64 via a friend and the megadrive and N64 were both amazing experiences back in the day. The Megadrive and N64 stick in my mind particularly for both getting close to arcade experiences and the N64 for Mario 64 simpy.
  5. I have always jumped on consoles some time after their launch. The only two I went in day one for were the playstation and GBA. The playstation wins hands down. Ridge racer was just an insta-purchase as I loved arcade racers (still do) and had ben following the developments of the console in Edge magazine religiously. I remember first seeing it in issue 11 and just knowing I had to have it (15 year old me back then). It's safe to say nothing about it disappointed and the now 16 year old me just rinsed ridgeracer and the demo disk.
  6. And also those console wide game settings for inverting look and difficulty. About time!
  7. I now really want one and as soon as they're back free flowing in stock I am getting on board - so 2020! The UI seems so nice as well, the ray tracing looks phenomenal and it really seems like a new step up. The silence seems like the icing on the cake here to me.
  8. Just forced an update on my iPhone and now it looks just like that.
  9. Overblown overhyped sequel to an ok FPS that was itself an ok FPS with a gimmicky gravity gun that created loads of dull move boxes around type “puzzles”. Yep huge leap.
  10. As soon as I posted that I thought about a walk around of some new hyper car I can’t afford where they just wondered around looking at it. The world’s gone mad I tell ye!
  11. Same in camera reviews they’re always obsessed with grips and their big hands.
  12. And they wouldn’t have an embargo where they can only show a clay model without an engine first, then only talk about the dashboard one week, show the boot the next, then have a look at the wheels another and finally, weeks later they can show someone driving it but only around a car park.
  13. The thing is that these days we have a train load of "creators" and influencers ready to gush over this stuff so they can get their next ad driven paycheque. It's been around for ages but it is just amplified no end.
  14. Absolutely the Xbox packaging looks a level above. Current Xbox one controller boxes are very nice on their own. ive watched the mkbhd video and love the little details but it’s just painful how long this is taking. i found an old edge magazine this morning while tidying with the post press conference ps2 information and it was just all in one fell swoop. Hardware, specs, pictures, game screen, game release dates and line up. You name it. In fact the only thing missing was the box! if it wasn’t for this blizzard YouTube “creator” Influencer market of self promo
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