evmo07
evmo
evmo07
Dec 28
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Definitely two of the best games I played last decade. I’d agree with the other comments that Odyssey can be run through fairly quickly if you don’t focus on 100%’ing it. Maybe 10 to 14 hours or so. Read more

Nov 17
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I’ve been seeing a lot comments saying that everyone should just chill. That’s hardly wrong; most current releases are available on PS4 and XB1, so really no harm no foul, but I think that’s over simplifying the reason behind the frustration a bit. Read more

Nov 17
2

Entirely this. The constant scramble of checking in and fighting against a bot army, if you’re lucky enough to see an Add to Cart button, is pretty exhausting. A guarantee of getting one, even if that guarantee is months from now, would be preferable.

Oct 27
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I’m super down for this card, and it looks like a great value-to-performance product, but I’m a little meh on this consistent mix of sympathy / subtle shaming being doled out to 2080 Ti owners. Read more

Oct 12
16

I mean, who wouldn’t want to kiss the face in that top photo? A face that seems to be saying, “I just tried a little too hard to poop and now it hurts.”

Oct 8
12

Such a big, stupid, idiot man baby. One day, hopefully sooner than later, I’ll go 24 hours without having to think about him. That’ll be a good day.

Oct 8
18

Agreed. During the teardown video, my first thought when he started to take apart the stand was “Man, gonna lose that screw in a day”, but then he put it in its little storage area and I thought “Oh, neat.

Oct 5
8

My 1060 cuts through Hades just fine, so I’m good for a bit. I tried to snag a 3080 on launch, but found the experience so incredibly off-putting that I’ve basically written off the hunt for one until I no longer need to use Now In Stock alerts. I’ll just clear out my indie backlog for the next few months.

Sep 21
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I find that this varies pretty notably by game genre. And while there are exceptions, it also boils down to the controller input. Read more

Aug 4
2

Having never really got into Overwatch, all I see here are Zone of the Enders wings, which is fine by me.

Aug 4
2

These games are super chill. I can’t say enough good things about the music / sound design in them, either. Before the soundtracks were up on Spotify, I used to crash my character in Zen mode and just listen to the game world play out.

Jul 3
2

I was actually coming down here to say that it reminded me of the parent’s house from Kiki’s Delivery Service. Apparently it looks very Ghibli.

Jul 2
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Totally agree with just about all of this. I love my XM3's, and wore them for hours on end at the office, when working at the office was still a thing. I used to use the XM2's, but found those to be a little too heavy for long-term use. The 3's fixed that issue for me. Read more

Totally agree with just about all of this. I love my XM3's, and wore them for hours on end at the office, when

Jul 1
5

Looks like the Microsoft Store couldn’t run Crysis.

Jun 9
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Sound is a tricky one to analyze in this regard because it’s always been important, it’s just not often noticed. As the previous responder pointed out, it’s often an afterthought in lots of games and tends to be slapped together and under valued in the production process. Read more

Jun 4
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They definitely have an issue or two, most notably with the lack of multi-device BT pairing and meh mic quality, but beyond that I adore my XM3s. Rock solid connection so far across a wide array of devices, great audio, impressive ANC coming from some older Bose, and battery life that’s so long you’ll often forget to Read more

May 29
1

Eh, it’s all good. I’ve found that high frame rate gaming only has real benefit in specific genres; 144hz is great in FPS titles, nice to have in 3rd person, sports, and isometric games, honestly tough to notice in any kind of strategy game. Read more

May 29
2

I was thinking the same thing. Is that definitely a black version of it, though? Or just a really dimly lit white version? In any case, looks pretty sharp in that photo.

May 29
1

I did a bit of digging on this one back when I tried another play through a few years ago. I didn’t find much, but I think it has to do with how the original engine handled uncapped, high frame rates, or something along those lines. At the time, I was running it at 144 fps / 144 hz, but then I locked it to 60 and the Read more