48 here. Whoever said 50 is young is full of shit. 50 is 2/3 dead.
I think older gamers are more appreciative of games these days than younger people simply because we have seen how far they have come in our lifetime (ColecoVision 1981 was my start). I lost count of the number of games that are ripped by people across the internet (resetera and reddit I am looking at you) but I play them anyway and find them to be quite enjoyable. I think being a programmer has something to do with that too as I know how hard it is to build complex programs/systems like games.
I heard they are working on two sequels: Football Up Your Ass and Puck in Your Pie Hole
Also, IMHO, if you are filling up 8TB worth of xbox games then you got a hoarder problem.
There really is no point in DLing all that stuff since you won't play 90% of it in the next year.
I think it would be a much better quality of life move to get a 1TB SSD for $120 to $150 (or even a 500GB SSD for $75) and just keep the games you really play all the time on it + swap out single play through games as you go.
For the record, I have 2 different 2TB mechanical drive externals with around 830GB free currently (so 4.1TB out of 5TB available including the X1X system HDD used up) so if anything I am talking to myself here more then others. If I don't do the swap to a single 1 TB SSD this year I am certainly going to do so for next gen.
I was almost thinking about adding yet another SSD to my Xbox One since I'm now in love with the loading time difference it makes in Red Dead 2, the aforementioned Forza Horizon 4, Pubg, tons of games. Then I found it had to be at least a 250 gb drive to work as an external on the Xbox One. Good price regardless.
The 240GB version of the Kingston drive in my link is $29.99 too bad it's just short of the size limit
480gb is $59.99
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