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  1. I thought it was fine. And after watching the DF video I’m now more excited by PS5 because of the blazing SSD and its potential novel uses and their 3d audio. Looking forward to what a 12tf GPU can do too.
  2. I just want pristine remakes of 16-bit games.
  3. I found out that we’re matched with GMT so Cerny’s reveal will be terribly timed for those of a working disposition.
  4. “Instead of silicon and aluminium alloy we went with RNA. Ladies and gentlemen the PlayStation 5 has already been released.”
  5. Oh boy What time for uk? I can never remember when gmt is an hour off.
  6. Juicy specs, delicious. An excellent effort. This surely beats PS5 in performance.
  7. Trying what Bill? Trying what? TRYING TO UNDERMINE SONY AGAIN IS IT? I’m on to you Boozeman.
  8. A tad peculiar that we make Sony/MS grovel for every £ when they’re quite entitled to say “fuck you, you’re paying a grand. We need to pack girth in these, we’re going against the fucking 2080TI. Suffocating us with talk of £600 or £500. Or £399, especially you, you fucking dickheads”.
  9. Zenji Nishikawa. Who is said to be quite reputable, even has a credit in the Last Guardian. As good as guaranteed.
  10. The main one seems to be from a Japanese journalist with a track record for revealing info on both the switch lite and the PS4 pro, having predicted this PS5 pro in September.
  11. Ah the Pro squared. Now that’s an SKU to behold.
  12. I hope Sony are seeing these poll results and are dismounting the GPUs from the motherboards as we speak (if indeed they only launch one console).
  13. Rumours suggest PS5 may have a higher specced Pro model at launch as well as the standard one, similar to MS. Which one would you get, assuming prices approx £499/£649? EDIT: Prices updated from £399/£499
  14. I see rumours today in the usual channels of possibly a PS5 Pro at launch. That really does give me a terribly meaty boner. Just imagine the teraflops, the sheer calculation. Premium arithmetic.
  15. I don’t care if it’s incredibly loud, ugly, hot, so big it has to be fitted into your sofa, as long as what’s on the screen delivers (a good result).
  16. 12tf series X is incredible and might sway me. Where’s the smart money for ps5, 9tf or 13.2tf? Hope sony go as powerful as possible considering their investment in VR.
  17. So the Series X is confirmed at 12 of the good ones (teraflops). How many will ps5 have I wonder. Given MS have repeatedly focussed on power I’m guessing less but 3tf less (if the github leak is to be believed)? Hoping for as powerful a ps5 as possible purely for VR, where the returns are, how shall we characterise them, less diminishing in nature if I may put it like that.
  18. I want the PS5 to be so blisteringly nuclear that it has to retail for £800+ at a loss. A lot of us pay more for annual phones. We may as well go all out, for the gamers, the rest can pick it up with the price drop. Many of us will realistically be dead before PS6. Let’s do this one right.
  19. Not that kind you dirty dog. Which games give you the best reward or eg the biggest or most satisfying power advantage for grinding out XP? Ideally I want a game that lets you level up so much you’re practically invincible. Final Fantasies are always a good bet. Haven’t played 15 though. I hear Diablo 3 might be a good choice too.
  20. Imagine this whole run is ended by bottom of the table
  21. Is this the best team not just in Europe or the world or even ever in the top flight, but the best football team ever, including 1970 Brazil, 2010-era Barcelona etc? Or is this the best team in the history of sports? More than the ‘65 Boston Celtics or ‘87 Lakers? Or even the most dominant side in the general history of engagement? Zuckerberg cutting Saverin out of FB and diluting his stake? Nixon carpet-bombing Cambodia?
  22. I want it to be that powerful. A Neo Geo.
  23. Very interesting, falls in line with some recent rumours. Please be £600+
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