askjeeves
askjeeves
askjeeves
Nov 6
2

Im also going to wait for the next gen upgrades. I’ve waited this long, so what’s the difference now? Besides, there’s a handful of big AAA games I didn’t play from this year that I plan on picking up on Black Friday, so it’s not like I’ll be hurting for something to play.

Oct 30
7

Agreed. I’ve had actual experiences that I literally cannot explain, and not for lack of desperately trying. All I can is file them away like you have and move on. It’s definitely fun to discuss them with other interested parties tho!

Oct 29
38

I agree, she should have 14 belts, a bag strapped to both her legs, green spiky hair and no personality.

Sep 30
36

Yes, but talking about trans people in a way that doesn’t perfectly align with the one and only (apparently) acceptable public view is not the same as “arguing whether certain human beings should have rights and be treated with decency”. Vaguely pointing out extraordinarily basic, well established and well subscribed Read more

Sep 24
1

Same here, I will be interested to see how the USB 3.1 port performs though and how fast an external SSD can transfer games to the internal storage, not as convenient as the card but should be way faster than an external HDD

Sep 24
1

Ive seen panic about next gen storage but that’s what most people are forgetting about. Since so few games will be optimized for next gen no need to load “every” game on the the internal HD for now.

Sep 24
1

I’ve got the same plan. I think the onboard storage + my existing external drive for previous-gen games should do me for a couple of years. By that point, I expect that prices will be cheaper and storage might be even bigger too. I’m in no rush. I’m not going to have dozens of Xbox Series X games the moment this drops Read more

Sep 24
1

I agree, wait on the extra storage, it is not something you need off the bat. Prices will come down, possibly significantly. Yes, I too added storage to my current consoles, but to be honest there is a ton of stuff on there I never really use.

Sep 22
1

Your worry is justified .Mine says the same thing about emailing when they get a date. My buddy ordered from Amazon and his says expected delivery on November 10. 

Sep 22
1

I did manage to snag one at Amazon, though I don’t really trust it will go through because I pre-ordered from there at about 11:42am EST, and they don’t even show a delivery estimate which should theoretically be release day (11/10/2020).” Read more

Sep 22
3

A sort of loyalty program is exactly what I was thinking they should have done. They knew that a) there weren’t enough consoles to meet demand, and b) scalpers would buy them up just like the PS5. Why not mitigate the second problem by opening orders up to existing owners?

I understand the motivation to get the system Read more

Sep 22
1

No mine still has the “we’ll email you with an estimated delivery date”. I’m hoping it’ll be release day since I seemed to have gotten it as soon as it went live.

Sep 22
6

I got Series X pre-ordered pretty easily on Amazon which I wasn’t expecting. I was at Best Buys site refreshing for an hour to hopefully grab a pre-order. Luckily I follow Wario64 on Twitter and caught his tweet that Amazon was live with Series X pre-orders. Surprisingly there was no delay between adding to cart and Read more

Sep 16
6

Oh God. It’s video games and hyperbole; I’ll survive. I guess I should’ve gone with miffed? Would that have kept the console wars hounds at bay? Read more