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Angry the Clown

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  1. I went with Fidelity Mode. I wanted to see all the bells and whistles, and I'm also perfectly happy with a solid 30fps for cinematic games.
  2. Do Sony still manufacture Move controllers? They seem very hand to find. I'm interested in getting Dreams on sale but would really like the move controller as well.
  3. More Black Magic (6k) Raw testing on the Air... Choppy, but amazing it is still that useable. I just want to fast forward in time to see the 2020 chips.
  4. EU Black Friday sale has begun! 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim PS4 £33.49 A.O.T. 2 PS4 £24.99 A.O.T. 2 Deluxe Edition PS4 £42.49 A.O.T. 2: Final Battle PS4 £38.49 Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown PS4 £15.99 A Fisherman's Tale PS4 £5.99 Amnesia: Rebirth PS4 £17.99 Apex Legends — Bloodhound Edition PS4 £11.69 Apex Legends — Lifeline Edition PS4 £11.69 Apex Legends — Octane Edition PS4 £11.69 A Plague Tale: Innocence PS4 £13.49 Arizona Sunshine PS4 £12.20 Arizona Sunshine — Deluxe Edition PS4 £18.49 Ark: Survival Evolv
  5. Nothing quite as satisfying as being Spider-man again. I'm loving this.
  6. It honestly put a smile on my face at every turn. I really didn't play much else at all this evening and completed every level. I'm determined to get the Platinum.
  7. Yeah. That's one I wanted to see tested in some videos. I'd like to know more about that as far as graphical setting are concerned. Gives me hope that desktop M chips will have no problem running it optimally though. It would be wonderful if that got a native conversion.
  8. Here's a Google doc on games tested on the M1 chipset (inc those on Steam): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1er-NivvuIheDmIKBVRu3S_BzA_lZT5z3Z-CxQZ-uPVs/edit#gid=0
  9. Think I am going to be just fine with the available SSD space for quite some time. I'm throwing quite a lot on there right now and will still have plenty remaining. There's no library management in the UI yet is there? It'd be nice to be able to remove listings of old betas and demos that are not backward compatible from displaying in the library. I'm glad I can still download Driveclub if I want to though (if only the devs were still around to unlock it to 60fps). It's been nice to get re-acquainted with my PS+ backlog as there are things I'd forgotten I'd even redeeme
  10. You can run around 90 tracks in Logic.... on an AIR... before it chokes apparently. I'm not even sure the previous Air could handle 10.
  11. The EU PSN servers must be getting hammered as my downloads are certainly not reflective of my internet connection and wifi6 set up. Love everything so far though. System is cool and quiet. I'd seen some reports of coil whine on some units but there's no sign of that on my unit. Only thing that hasn't really impressed me like I hoped is the 3D audio, though I have only tried Astro so far. Hopefully that will evolve over time. The Dualsense is probably the DS pad perfected for me. Just filling it out, and adding some weight, makes it at huge upgrade over the DS4.
  12. Absolutely lost my shit at... This is one of the cutest games I've ever played.
  13. Very much liking the chilled out UI music. Installing Miles Morales and Astro. I've re-subbed to PS+ and selected a few PS4 saves to sync back to the system (am also using a download of Wipeout Omega as a backward compatibility test run). LOVE how fast the Store is now. What a difference.
  14. Arrived, unboxed and plugged in but not yet switched on or set up. I'll save that for after lunch. It's every bit as ludicrous as I had hoped though.
  15. This is the 8GB Air. We'd seen hints of this via way of phone and iPad performance of course, but I really feel like the way we typically think of RAM and how much we need has been turned on its head with these computers. It's almost as if 8 is the new 16, and the 16 is the new 32 with these things.
  16. This is fascinating. CrossOver successfully running Windows applications on the M1 chip: "That's incredible when you consider that we're on literally the cheapest Apple Silicon device you can buy - one that gets thermally throttled and is missing a GPU core. I can't tell you how cool that is; there is so much emulation going on under the covers. Imagine - a 32-bit Windows Intel binary, running in a 32-to-64 bridge in Wine / CrossOver on top of macOS, on an ARM CPU that is emulating x86 - and it works! This is just so cool. Now it isn't perfect; Team For
  17. Expanded support is due at the end of the month: "...on launch, there will be limited wheel support for DIRT 5. On Xbox consoles, wheel support will be temporarily disabled, whilst very limited options will be available for PlayStation consoles and PC. We know this will be disappointing for some players. Releasing so many SKUs, including being a day-one title for next-gen consoles, creates an array of challenges. Rest assured that the DIRT 5 team has delivered a fantastic racing experience on pad, and we're committed to making sure that feeling will be there for wheel users too
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