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  1. If that happened to me it would turn a 30 mile trip with free parking into a 100 mile round trip with paid parking to Carlisle for pickup. Amazon it is for me!
  2. To be fair, it's also filled with PC gamers making plenty of general & wrong statements about consoles too. It's almost as if there are entrenched fanboys on either side who don't know or don't care about the features of newer machines that they don't use. If only we could all just play games and get along.
  3. Is USBC needed? I had a WMR headset that just used standard USB (It split to two at the end, but that was only the last 15cm or so)
  4. Maybe that is what some people like. I think it looks fantastic. A simple, clean unobtrusive box that will fade to nothing in my unit.
  5. 15*15*29cm. Looking at it, there are the two input vents on the back there, but it also looks like there's a wee stand on the bottom for when you have it vertical. It wouldn't surprise me if there are vents in that too.
  6. Probably some sort of diagnostic / debugging port. I'm more interested in the hole at the top and the wee button looking bit at the bottom. Looks like the back could be removable. I doubt it is, and I doubt Microsoft would do it, but access for user upgradable storage would be class.
  7. As said in other threads. You don't really get to whine about the console having a long boot and hitting you with updates since you chose to set them up that way. If you stick them in instant on mode for Xbox and whatever for the PS4, they will download updates over night. You'll have quick boots and very very rarely see updates. If you're not willing to click a couple of buttons to change how the system runs, then stop complaining. Those issues are on you, not the system.
  8. I don't get why they did that. Like, a single unit of pre-owned retro stuff is pure profit. Especially if you get the pricing right. When we were at GamesCentre, we had a single bay of old PS2 shit. £1.99 each or 3 for £5. We would make about £1000-£2000 a month on them. People coming in, paying a fiver for 3 games, trading them in a few days later for 50p, spending another £4.50 to get another 3 games. Rinse and repeat. It was essentially free money.
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    Xbox Game Pass

    Disclaimer! They worked for others this morning! I can't promise for you!
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    Xbox Game Pass

    CDKeys at one point had 3 month codes that were cheap for first customers only. A friend of mine bought 3 of those above earlier today and they worked for him.
  11. That post above was my first in the thread. I was just making noise that I'd love to be on £24k!
  12. More than the average wage in D&G. We're about £120 lower than the national average per week. I'm on the highest I've ever earned, and I'v not broke that 22k barrier yet.
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    Xbox Game Pass

    It's cheaper to buy the standard 3 month Game PAss codes from CDKeys: Standard Affiliate Buy 3 of them at £8 each. It translates to 6 months GPU for £24.
  14. GamePass Ultimate rrp is £12 a month (easy to get much much cheaper). It gives you Xbox live gold, 4 games a month via games with gold, approx 200 games on the xbox you can download and play whenever, about 100 games on the pc you can download & regular 10-20% discount on your purchases.
  15. Your fault for not setting your Xbox up correctly. During initial setup it gives you the option to have it in instant on mode so it auto updates at night. If you didn't choose that, you don't really have a reason to complain. MCC is over 100GB yeah, but it's also 6 games. What do you expect? Also again, you can open it pretty quickly into installation and deselect the stuff you don't want to install. You could literally have just the multiplayer of Halo 3 installed if you want. It doesn't need to fill your machine. Also the consoles support USB drives. I've got a 4TB drive plugged into the back of my Xbox that I never think about. No idea why you are whining about taking days to download games. It's the same on the PC. A 50GB game is gonna take an age to install on any system. That's not exclusive to console. Also, as I said above. If you actually bothered to set your Xbox up properly then you could hit the power button and it would download the games over night while you sleep. So again, that's on you. Not the console.
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