If the name of the system will prevent you from buying or enjoying it, you seem to have a lot of problems that are non-gaming related.
The playstation naming scheme ist for people for which it is a problem to do anything else but count simple numbers.
MS actually did something kinda clever with the X box One X - X-B-O-X.… Read more
Probably too soon, especially when they can’t even keep the Switch in stock. It’s passed 60 million units and expected to go past 100 million units. I can’t imagine Nintendo planning to move on from the current Switch in the near future. That being said, the Switch is going to get absolutely left in the dust by the… Read more
If “spend less than you make” was basic advice, we wouldn’t have a majority of Americans that can’t come up with $1,000 in an emergency, or over 1/3 of trade-ins that are underwater. Or have half of doctors(!) with an average income of $300,000 per year that live at their means, which means that most doctors are not… Read more
I don’t think Ramsey’s show is geared toward answering those questions. Having listened to him from time to time, it’s probably not a stretch to say he’d say the same thing. If you want that, call Clark Howard.
Ramsey’s goal is more to help people to break bad financial habits, and set them on a path to success. He… Read more
You are dead wrong on Ramsey and fees. He presented at 2 churches I have personal knowledge of. There was no so-called “kick-back”. He is actually a very nice guy and will spend time to talk to us little people.
Ive learned a lot in the last 12 years, and one of those things is we don’t need more half life. It was earth shattering, mind altering, and revolutionary; in that time and place. What made it great wasn’t any single thing it did, it was the culmination of ideas being viewed through the eyes of a child. You aren’t… Read more
So... Do that? And maybe let us know how it goes? Pretty sure it’s free to call in to his hokey radio show. And actually putting him on the spot like that and sharing it with us would be a lot more entertaining than simply posting a comment here.
While Tom is technically correct I think he misses the real issue here. Americans in general are spending more than they can afford on cars they don’t need. In 2019 the average cost of a car was $34,000, that is up 2% from the year before and has been increasing at a rate greater than inflation for over 20 years. … Read more
I see those fins and I see dust traps like a MF
Who would win: the PS router or the Xbox Fridge?