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Posted by PeeDeeJay on 27 November 2018 - 05:43 PM
Posted by PeeDeeJay on 05 June 2018 - 02:45 PM
Stop it right now.
It's a bummer that GCU is on its way out and I will indeed miss it but I have a batshit crazy idea; how about we play our backlogged games (gasp) until the games we want hit the sub $30 mark?
I still wrapped PS2 games to go back to. (I probably won't.)
Posted by PeeDeeJay on 28 November 2017 - 05:51 PM
Think it really depends on your store. The ones around me are HORRIBLE. I went last night to check for a controller that brickseek said they had 6 of. Asked an employee if they could help me find one and he goes, "Nah we don't have it." I'm not even sure he looked at the picture on my phone. After that he decided he was done talking and only shook his head at me for all my following questions. Literally did not say another word to me, it was like interacting with a child. He seemed upset that I wanted him to do some actual work. Eventually I just said thanks and left. A great reminder that no deal is good enough to go to Walmart for.
Which is when you ask for them to call an assistant manager and then have them go get it.
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Posted by PeeDeeJay on 22 November 2017 - 04:58 PM
I don't have either tv, but I'll give you my input (pun intended). Last year I went from a tv with about 60 ms to one with 21 ms. On the old tv I could play most games without too much trouble, but games like mega man were too frustrating to play as I'd have to time inputs before I would visually think I needed to. On the new tv I can play anything without feeling my inputs are lagging, even old school games that require quick reactions. You would probably be ok with 34ms, but if you play a lot of old school performers you might want to consider the TCL for the lower input. If there's a noticeable difference between picture quality (HDR, nits, color gamut), it might be worth sacrificing 20 ms for a better picture, especially if you'll be using it for more than just gaming.
On the topic of TV's:
I've been back and forth on the TCL P607 and Sony 900E. For those with the Sony, do you notice any of the input lag when gaming? It says it has 34 ms input lag compared to the TCL's 14 ms. Just wondering if it's noticeable/affecting the gameplay.
Ok I couldn't help myself and looked up both tvs on rtings.com.
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Posted by PeeDeeJay on 21 November 2017 - 02:20 PM
Xbox One does not support Bluetooth headsets. The only wireless headset that I know of is the Astro A50. If you're just looking for a chat headset then I'm not sure if there are any wireless options.
I'm looking for a Bluetooth headset/microphone for XBox...are there any good deals, and any brands I should be lookiing for? Thanks in advance....
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Posted by PeeDeeJay on 20 November 2017 - 09:52 PM
No no no stop it. Listen, sometimes we say things we don't really mean. It's ok ☺
In for Prey, Titanfall 2, Dishonored 2, and Deus Ex. Between this and the $20 Horizon Zero Dawn deal I don't even need to bother with Black Friday.
Posted by PeeDeeJay on 19 November 2017 - 01:08 AM
Just from what I read, the PS4 version has issues that haven't been patched. I didn't see that mentioned on the Xbox version.
Any significant differences between this and the PS4 version of the game? I was holding out for a deal on the PS4 version but this is getting too good to pass up.
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