Jeez, I'm planning to get an LG UW too
Agree, but PS5 has so many exclusives.I'll 99% sure be going for an Xbox All Access plan for the XSX. That's just too good a deal to pass up, especially now that we can expect Bethesda games to start trickling into Game Pass.
After a while, sure. But nothing at all at launch, and nothing that excites me until well into 2021. That PR statement Sony put out about their launch lineup was just sad. And I'll most likely be getting a PS5 too after a while - getting to use research grants for that kind of stuff is one of the perks of being in game studies, though they aren't unlimited either (and going to conferences and other necessities are quite a lot more expensive!). But the XSX comes first, at least for me.Agree, but PS5 has so many exclusives.
RE8, Hogwarts, and God of War are awsome
And when I played RE7 on a PS VR, it was totally another experience.
After three days of the most annoying email exchange imaginable, I've confirmed that I can't get an Xbox All Access plan here in Sweden. Apparently the bank handling the payments requires you to have been a registered resident for three years to pass the credit check. So it's literally easier to get a mortgage than an Xbox here. I really wasn't expecting that.
You seem to have lost your way. Please go to one of our.... Don't worry. I didn't abandon SFF. My wifes new rig is in a H210, my HTPC is an MI-6, Family room is a Evolve Shift, and my back up work machine is a NCASE M1. I also still have the Zotac EN1070 with the 6700T upgrade.
Pretty much, yeah, though I'm used to them at least being open to convincing through documentation etc. I offered to give them the same stuff I gave to the bank providing my mortgage (proof of employment, pay slips, etc.), but apparently that's not an option when you're doing something as big and risky as ... buying a $500 console over two years at 0% interest. I mean, I get that a mortgage is secured through the real estate it purchases, and that this is essentially an unsecured line of credit, but... it's $500. Come on.Of course... sounds like a typical bank.
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