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    It Takes Two

    If you are looking for a review to show someone else the game (maybe the potential game partner). I seriously doubt there is a better video than this review.
  2. As much as I love my Series S I guess the X suits me more. More than sheer power it's the better xbox one backward compatibility what am after. The Series S/X stock alert looks pretty dead. Is there any queue about when there will be some availability? Of course I'm not in a rush at all. But looking forward an upgrade.
  3. There is some logic with using the S as a dedicated gamepass console I must admit if I had to purchase Dirt 5 now to play it on the S... I would be slightly annoyed because it looks a bit too blury (just a bit). And paying full next gen price to play the blurier version, it is not ideal. That being said I'm really enjoying my time with it on gamepass. If I buy any game on the Xbox, will the game show up on my PC? I was surprised to see Forza Horizon 3 and Killer Instinct on the list of Xbox purchased games both bought on windows store.
  4. I started Yakuza Kiwami on PC last year and I feel like restarting it on my new SS but, ... the jaggies are gigantic! Up to the point they are distracting. I think the main flaw of the SS is that it runs xbox one games like a one s. Also I think the upscaler of the SS and i guess SX is pretty horrible. here is the offender...
  5. Last week I went to my local Argos and pick a Series S as a impulse purchase , I did not even notice there was a shortage. Series S is great to cure my PC gaming snobbery. Less is more sometimes.
  6. I never though I was going to like my series S so much. First XBOX since an early 360. I am so shocked at the experience that I am getting rid of the gaming pc. I am saving my last years 5700XT and putting it in a external enclosure so I can always boost my laptop for some steam gaming.
  7. Maybe now Bethesda is in a good position to make a game with no legacy, expectations or fan service.
  8. BOTW is more zen, the silence and the emptiness of the map somehow benefits the game. In that sense it feels more mature. In Skyrim it is like the devs think I have ADHD
  9. You should really try MK11. They got a really nice sweet spot with that game. Slower than most 2D but faster than Tekken. I started playing very recently just to fill time when strive was delayed. But now I'm hooked!. I am beginning to think it is the best fighting game this generation. I'm mostly a casual player I usually play a simple vanilla character per game (Ryu/Sol/Jago/Asuka) but for some reason I want to learn and try many characters in MK11. I started with Scorpion and now I'm trying Cassie and Kotal but on my list I have Johnny, Sub, Fujin, Zheng.
  10. I have two monitors, both freesync. With my old one (4K/60hz) I get VRR. But with the newer one (1440p/144hz) I don't. I don't know why and what/if there's anything I can do. If I change the settings to manual HDMI I can strangely change the refresh to 120 but then the resolution will go to 1080p butstill, no VRR choice. I am not really interested in the 120hz because I'm realistic and it is a Series S but I think VRR could help a lot
  11. Playing Skyrim is like watching afternoon TV. There are in theory better ways to spend the time but I still find it strangely enjoyable.
  12. It is a shame this game does not have visual queues to people with hearing difficulties like myself. 2 years ago I lost all my hearing in one ear, making steathy games not fun, as I never know where the sound is coming from. I might try it again anyway.
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