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In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 2/10: Big in Japan Sale ends 2/25, Critics' Choice Sal...

Yesterday, 04:01 PM

I can't tell the difference in 4k and 1080 on my 50inch. I guess it's a blessing since I don't have to worry about these things. I just wish 1080 raytracing was an option on these games rather than sacrificing framerate, 30fps is actually unplayable to me.

I can tell the difference between 1080p and higher resolutions even on a 13 inch laptop screen, but I'd still much rather see games going for enhanced graphical effects and framerates at a 1080p resolution than see either graphics or framerates decreased to get more resolution.

 

Sacrificing even below the bare minimum required 60fps for enhanced resolutions reminds me of companies marketing how many megapixels their garbage cameras have because consumers equate more megapixels = better camera.


In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 2/10: Big in Japan Sale ends 2/25, Critics' Choice Sal...

Yesterday, 01:41 AM

I would like to know how many fans of Final Fantasy didn't buy it and play it already if they owned a PS4. 

*raises hand*


In Topic: Steam+ Deals Mega Thread (All PC Gaming Deals)

26 February 2021 - 02:43 PM

The only thing I ever bought from Fry's was a can opener. One of those electric ones that you place on top of the can and then it automatically does everything else. The best thing about the can opener was that it would create a smooth edge on the lid so you couldn't cut yourself on it that you would place it on the top of the can and then step back and watch it automatically move around and do its thing like the little magic can opener it is while you frantically clap your hands in joy and jump up and down. Word has it they also sold computer stuff and various high-end electronics. I can't confirm those rumors, I only ordered the can opener.

 

It broke a few years back, BTW.

ftfy


In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 2/10: Big in Japan Sale ends 2/25, Critics' Choice Sal...

26 February 2021 - 02:41 PM

We already know they don't typically give the PS5 upgrades for the PS4 PS+ games, or vice-versa give the PS4 versions of PS5 PS+ games. The only exceptions have been bundle fodder like Control and Worms Rumble. 

 

Fantastic month, best in a long time. 

 

*Stares at unopened Deluxe Edition on my shelf

Is there really a crossover between people who will settle for the free PS+ version that doesn't upgrade to PS5, and people who pay extra to get the physical Deluxe Edition? 


In Topic: PSN Weekly Deals - 2/10: Big in Japan Sale ends 2/25, Critics' Choice Sal...

25 February 2021 - 01:33 AM

The irony of this post.  :rofl:

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