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  1. https://www.gamespot.com/articles/walmart-announces-ps5-xbox-series-x-restock-date-and-time-for-black-friday/1100-6484499/ just a heads up for the folks still looking to grab a console.
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  2. I fucking hate scalpers. I hope they all get herpes in their eyes, mouth, and buttholes.
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  3. Gaydee is supporting this trash system.
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  4. I think they delivered it to one of my neighbors by accident and they brought it over this morning. Time to experience Real Gaming with demons souls
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  5. Yeah, it should be good enough for high/ultra settings in most current games. You should also be able to enable ray tracing in most of the ones that support it, without killing the framerate too much.
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  6. As if you needed any more evidence that Digital Foundry is friendly towards Microsoft, they have noticeably gone quiet during this launch and barely done any comparisons. They know. Microsoft told them to not make them look bad, and the only way they can accomplish that is by not doing the very thing they ever become famous for doing.
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  7. The G14 is an older model, this is the one you want https://www.bestbuy.com/site/asus-rog-zephyrus-m15-15-6-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i7-16gb-memory-nvidia-geforce-rtx-2070-max-q-1tb-ssd-prism-gray/6403815.p?skuId=6403815&irclickid=SOZT9p2shxyLRe805-R4sULoUkEzuSU8vy5vVU0&irgwc=1&ref=198&loc=Penske Media Corporation&acampID=0&mpid=256585 Same price but with a far more powerful video card
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  8. But that 1660 is already going to struggle with games coming out this year. In 2 years you'll be lucky to play the next rockstar game on low settings. You could practically build a mid-range PC and buy an Ultrabook for the same money. And the PC would be upgradeable.
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  9. imo no. you pay a huge premium for even a low end GPU. it makes the whole unit bigger and hotter and with worse battery life. I think if you want a cheap, but somewhat portable gaming PC for racing, consider a mini-ITX build. the only gaming-capable laptop i'd consider right now is the Zephyrus G14 https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/30/21197761/asus-rog-zephyrus-g14-review-gaming-laptop-specs-features-price
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  10. It's especially weird after Playstation decisively won the system wars in 2010.
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  11. some random Yakuza 7 thoughts after ~13 hours - Even by Yakuza standards, the story gets off to a VERY slow start. Its starting to ramp up and the characters they introduce are very likeable, but the pacing at the beginning is probably going to be off putting for some people. - Yokohama is the biggest and most detailed city they've had yet. There are loads of wide open areas, including streets with traffic going back and forth that you have to look out for when crossing. I think theres more NPCs walking around too, which makes it feel more alive in general. - This is my f
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  12. You have the literal worst taste in everything and also make terrible music.
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  13. Remember when they were getting groundbreaking experiences like Crysis? Its so sad to see what the platform has become.
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