Realnoize42
Realnoize42
Realnoize42
Oct 20
1

Why is it that after the birth of the US, most other modern democratic nations actually consider the importance of regularly updating and improving their system...
Read more

Oct 20
Save

I personally know a lawyer who was involved in some commercial transactions with one of the parties being Disney, and while this happened many years ago, he said to me he never, ever, met people as arrogant and stubborn as those coming from Disney. Like, the worst sharks out there he ever met. Toxic people, from a Read more

Oct 16
Save

The thing with 4K is that while it DOES make sense if you’re sitting close to, let’s say, a nice 28" PC monitor, it rarely does if you watch TV from a relatively normal viewing distance. I’m speaking purely about resolution here. I have a 43" 4K TV in the living room, and sitting at about 8ft from it, the 4K Read more

Oct 16
Save

dude. Not everyone has the space to keep all their old systems forever and ever. I once had systems dating back to the Atari 2600. I had SMS, Intellevision, Vectrex, NES, SNES, Genesis, Sega CD and all, Tg16, PS1, PS2, N64, Dreamcast, and so on... I don’t have a dedicated room to store all of my gaming systems and Read more

Oct 15
8

I guess all those Stadia users are happy about this.
Yes, all of those 47 people.

Oct 15
Save

Still. If a game is over 100GB, it’s a surefire way for me to NOT buy it. I mean, it will take hours to download, and it’s a safe bet to assume patches will be also effin’ huge. Read more

Oct 13
Save

I had gold on the 360 back then, never got it for the XB1 because I rarely play online anyways. And if I want to, for example, play Forza Horizon 4 online, I just go to my PC, since getting it digital mean I have access to it on PC as well, and play there for free with all my synced progress from my XB1 game. Read more

Oct 13
3

Doing 360 would make you go right to it. Not away from it. ;) just saying... 

Oct 9
2

I think the problem is that the market for such consoles is probably too small for a big company like Sony to invest a lot of money into. And let’s be frank here, the PS mini was definitely NOT that great, which hints at Sony maybe not understanding very well what makes such a retro console worth it in the eyes of fans Read more

Oct 8
1

This is the first time in the history of videogaming that I feel new consoles just aren’t designed for me anymore. There are too many things about both of them, including their physical dimensions, that make me feel like I should just stop caring now. Read more

Oct 7
1

Some people have a house with family and kids and minimal storage space - you can’t keep everything forever, man. I used to have a whole bunch of retro consoles like Ataris, NES, SNES, Genesis, Sega CD and the like, and more recent ones like 360, PS3 too... but space was running out. I don’t have the opportunity to Read more

Oct 7
3

I had a friend who had a 16:9 HD CRT (not projection), and this thing looked out of this world back then. And truth is, most LCDs these days are still “faking it” when it comes to contrast ratio (with dynamic contrast). OLED, or full-array LED panels, are practically as good these days though, if you have one of Read more

Oct 6
Save

I got an Xbox One S some time ago, and it’s the console that now sits in the living room (along with my Switch). The PS4 has been sent to the basement TV. Why? Well, because it’s much better as a general media hub than even the PS4 pro. It plays everything, from CD audio to 4K Blu-Ray, two formats that even the PS4 Read more

Oct 2
Save

Personally I’m all over Adult Cinema’s new album “Hot and Cold”. Goes on sale Oct 5 (got it through the preorder so I had early access). Tons of influences from the 70s, and I think this is his best album to date. It’s my favorite release of 2020 so far and a masterpiece of prog-psychedelic-folk-rock. Headphones Read more

Oct 1
Save

Well, lots of countries have shitty ISPs. I live in Canada, and were I live, we have two major ISPs to select from, both can offer nice speed, but at a high cost, and usually only “affordable” through pricey bundles that includes cable TV as well (that we don’t want). And both have beyond shitty service and tons of Read more

Oct 1
16

I’m still trying to figure out who this service is aimed at. There may be some specific people that may see it as good for them, but from the start, I don’t understand how anyone at Google thought that this had “mass appeal”. Read more

Sep 30
Save

I didn’t say battery technology won’t improve. What I’m saying is that most companies won’t use it to give us better battery life in our portable devices. We’ve been showing them time and time again that we’re perfectly ok with phones and smartwatches with “all-day battery life!” (I’m not, but most people are). Read more

Sep 30
Save

How millions could vote for him - let alone defend him now, after four crazy years - is beyond most of my fellow Danes.
Read more

Sep 30
7

As long as people don’t mind buying devices with about a day of battery life (phones, smartwatches), it won’t happen. In fact, I’m pretty sure more efficient batteries won’t matter, as manufacturers will see it as an excuse to use smaller batteries and reduce their cost (more profits!!), while providing the same Read more

Sep 30
1

This is what the world is seeing....and they are wondering what the fuck is wrong with us to have this douchebag in the big chair Read more