It is already sold out on amazon, just reseller at this point. Once Best buy sold out it is going to get expensive.
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Posted by hectorarizpe on 12 October 2018 - 09:12 PM
Check your email just got it title is a Netflix gift for you
Enter your email after pressing the redeem button then they send you a second email with redemption code
Must be redeemed code by nov 30 2018
Posted by 3rdamention on 05 March 2018 - 07:07 PM
I bought that IBIS hdmi switch people recommend for users with the old PSVR who want HDR passthrough.
The HDMI cables that came with the PS4 Pro, the PSVR, The Xbox one X, and Amazonbasics 4k branded ones aren't working. Does anyone with that switch have HDMI cables to recommend?
The cables on the sewell website are $10+shipping. The rocketfish cables were recommended by one amazon review, but they are $29.99 each. Some people say monoprice cables work and some people say monoprice cables don't work. I don't know which monoprice ones to buy.
I'm thinking of gambling $14 on two of these, but I'm not sure https://www.amazon.c...DKIKX0DER&psc=1
I just bought an HDMI Switch for my PS4Pro and PSVR. I actually bought the Huierav HDMI 2.0 AB Switch, but I know the IBIS works well too. I did a ton of research and I have had to do a few tweaks in my setup, but I think I have a few tips that will help get yours working right.
1. Make sure your IBIS Switch is the White One, the Black One will not do what you are wanting.
2. Make sure you use a short, like 6 inch HDMI 2.0 cable from your PS4 to the switch. Longer hdmi cables going from the PS4 to the switch do not always work. This is the exact one I bought for my switch, and it works great. It is $7. https://www.amazon.c...1?ie=UTF8&psc=1
3. Make sure you use your switch when the PS4 is turned off. I know a lot of people had better success using the switch when the PS4 wasn't on. However, the Huierav switch I bought will switch quickly, without issues, without turning off the PS4. Sometimes it has more to do with your receiver or your TV really needing the PS4 to be off before switching the HDMI Switch.
Posted by Lonely Boy on 13 January 2018 - 03:45 PM
Where did you get Summer Lesson?
Asking for a friend..
I paid a premium for it on eBay. Because... lonely.
Paranormal Activity was scary? I keep wanting to pull the trigger but can't.
Also, I picked up Accounting+ after reading multiple forums of people enjoying it...WTF. The starting area I was fine, but as soon as I got to the first 3 areas I found it insufferable. The language, being bombarded with unfunny nonsense makes me want to vomit. It's very juvenile.
But the music that kicked in on that boom box in the alley was pretty baller. That's as far as I've gotten. It's very hard for me to enjoy it with the language being the way it is. I can handle some vulgarity, but that game seems like it was made by some twelve year olds that think it's funny to keep cussing at their friend. I'm going to press on though, because I want to see what's great about it.
I probably had the perfect ambiance set for The Lost Soul; I played it after midnight, it was raining outside and I was all alone. I don't easily get scared, but it's very immersive (despite some confounding control issues). It's extremely short though, so I wouldn't recommend it even at half the price. And there is one stupid game-breaking point that won't let you continue if you don't grab an item early on. I spent my first playthrough lost and confused because there is no indication that there's no way to continue without it. I read some forum posts online and was forced to restart the game. Really, really stupid. (Hint: It's during the "red" section.)
Accounting+...yeah, it's not for everyone. I have a stupid sense of humor, so I found it funny. Also, extra points if you "get" Rick & Morty (with a dash of Monty Python). But if you don't like it by this point, you probably won't like it by the end.
Another one that looks like a lot of fun is Job Simulator. Kind of in the same irreverent spirit as Accounting, but more family friendly.
Posted by intelligentidiot on 03 January 2018 - 01:17 PM
Looks like Target, Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy are OOS. GameStop has it "new" for $29.99. NewEgg.com and FamilyVideo.com have it for $49.99.
BrickSeek link for Target, shows 1% of stores in-stock: https://brickseek.co...sku=207-34-0084
BrickSeek link for Walmart, shows 36% in-stock: https://brickseek.co...r/?sku=49593186
Pre-owned link at Walmart, currently OOS: https://www.walmart....ed-PS4/55985675
Posted by Condor80 on 31 August 2016 - 07:48 PM
I went to the National Video Game museum this past weekend and figured I'd share some pictures with you guys. It was pretty cool seeing all the retro games in one place. They had a bunch of old consoles set up to play games, including the old small tabletop LED arcade games. Sorry for the blurry pictures but I only had my phone with me. I'm hoping to go back at some point so I'll add some better pictures.
This is how it all began:
Here's my son posing with Mario. Behind him you can sort of see all the consoles mounted on the walls. The screens and SNES pads let you scroll through all the systems to view their history.
Game watch display. Thanks to this, I found out I can sell my Arcade-Time watch for good money!
I used to have this Pac-Man board game, but got rid of it at some point.
Randy Pitchford's office
I ended my time here by posting the daily high score on Turbo. Sadly, the real high score is almost 3x that. You get 10 tokens and your name on the board if you pass the high score on any game.
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Posted by Wombat on 06 January 2017 - 06:55 PM
The Netflix ratings aren't based on everyone in the world, it's based on what Netflix thinks you'll like based on what you've rated in the past and people similar to you.
"When you’re looking at movie’s splash page, for example, the corresponding rating you see isn’t a running average of how all Netflix users ranked the film. Rather, the ranking represents what users who have similar entertainment tastes as you thought of the movie. As a result, it’s entirely possible for the same movie to display two different ratings for two different accounts."
I learned something! Also that's what I get for watching too many family films. Now go watch Rats!
Posted by dramatico on 03 January 2016 - 02:43 PM
Thanks for checking but damn. How fun it should be smashing other people cars. Offline is kind of empty and the other modes from the game are awful (like the ones you have to break things from a specific color or perform tricks like gymkhama)
I miss old Destruction Derby games