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Jesse_Dylan

Member Since 15 Nov 2007
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In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 5/5: Grim Fandango/Chariot/Draw Slasher PS+ Sale + Six New...

07 April 2015 - 05:11 AM

I just played Rogue Legacy for the first time on my PS3 (had already played it on Vita). It seemed to download my cross-save just fine, but when I get to the title screen and it tells me to press X, nothing happens. In fact, no buttons on my PS3 controller or my PS3 remote will get the game to respond. It just sits on the title screen.

If I press the PS home button, that works, and the controller and remote both work fine on the PS3 menus and everything...

Anyone else had this problem or heard about it or know what the heck to do?

In Topic: 3DS eShop Deals - 5/1: Free MH4U Theme, Shinen Spring Sale, KORG Sale, $...

02 April 2015 - 06:11 PM

why would you delete the items are gone forever  right.  did not know you can redownload them.  did that change 

Well, you'd delete because you're out of room, but no, they're not gone forever, and that was never the case.  You've always been able to redownload stuff.  They even have a tool built into the OS where you can back your save from a game up onto your SD card.  Then you can safely delete the game while keeping your save, and when you redownload it, it automatically asks if you'd like to restore your old save you had backed up.

 

The official maximum SD card size is 32GB, so they have to have systems in place for deleting and redownloading.  What you can't do is pick up a second 3DS, log in, and download stuff.  The only way to do that is to transfer your entire account from one 3DS to another.

 

I think it's awesome having access to everything on one console, but what stops me from going all digital is that you can never sell anything, ever, unless you just sell your console and NNID with everything on it. 

Just the way things are going, I guess.  This will probably be the last console generation where we can actually resell stuff.  I'm okay with it.  I still have a box of games I need to sell and a billion more to play and sell.  I think I'd rather just be done with all that.  I am not that hard up for money.  I usually get great deals on things digitally (particularly on Steam and PSN).  I'd prefer that, than decent (probably not as good) deals on physical items and the time/energy of reselling.


In Topic: 3DS eShop Deals - 5/1: Free MH4U Theme, Shinen Spring Sale, KORG Sale, $...

02 April 2015 - 05:29 AM

doubt anyone would need more then a  64.  got a 32 and got tons of room

I could see it happening.  I filled a 32GB, switched to a 64GB, and I feel I will probably one day max out the 64GB.  Of course, I wouldn't need to keep every single thing I own and could delete stuff I've finished...  It's just fun to have everything on there.


In Topic: **Digital** South Park: The Stick of Truth PS3 $5 *DEAD

19 March 2015 - 12:08 AM

It's lightweight but that doesn't equate to "weak" by any means. It's satisfying, like a Paper Mario. Maybe it's a weak RPG, but as a game it's strong as hell.

I agree.  I think if they removed the South Park and created even a half-decent world, storyline and characters to go with it, it would still be a great game.  Of course, as a South Park game, it puts it over the top.

 

Whatever the case, it's $20.  Still well worth it x1000.  I would have bought it right away, but I already had it on PC and played through it multiple times (purchased full-price on release day and well worth it).  But I was going to buy it and have it on PS3 as well.  :)


In Topic: 3DS eShop Deals - 5/1: Free MH4U Theme, Shinen Spring Sale, KORG Sale, $...

18 March 2015 - 11:24 PM

He isn't talking about size. He is talking about screen space. It's like the icons on your desktop or phone. He has filled up all available spots and will need to delete an icon regardless of whatever free space he has.


I don't think he's talking about screen space. Surely if one used folders, one could fit far more than 300 icons on the screen? I was thinking he was saying there is some kind of an OS limit where you can only have 300 things, period (regardless of whether they're in folders).