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  1. It's interesting to see where the "that's too much" lies, I feel like the talk about the power and the special features of the motherboard design and whatever else is priming people for the idea that it'll be expensive. Xbox one was £429, add 20% for UK currency value loss and we end up at just over £500, without even acknowledging the passage of time. If they go for under £500, they've effectively got this incredible high power console, and look out they haven't compromised on power, did we say how powerful it was? ...for less than the Xbox one launched at.
  2. I guess it depends where eye watering is for you, I'd expect it to be about the same as the original Xbox one release - adjusted for Brexit and inflation, I'd expect that to be £500-550. I personally will be surprised if they go over £500. Worth considering that Gamepass effectively means everyone gets Halo, etc. included with the system. Day one sales of XSX could in theory be dominated by people buying the console only - no extra games. It could be a cheaper launch day than some here had for PS4/X1. It'll be interesting to see how third parties play it.
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    Nintendo Switch

    @Monkeyboy if you're looking for a differentiator, the storage is the same on all of them, I believe.
  4. Interesting but that would be a risky strategy - Sony coming out with lower specs but a significantly lower RRP wouldn't be an automatic win for anyone.
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    Coffee

    Is there a grinder that people have settled on as a safe recommendation? If it's inexpensive (a relative term, I know) then I reckon I'll get one and some beans to make isolation slightly more enjoyable. I use an aeropress. My friend has a £40 delonghi that he likes, but online reviews claim it doesn't grind finely enough.
  6. Yes, that's it. Worth going for the full thing though - there's an audio only download too. https://uk.ign.com/articles/2015/07/02/podcast-unlocked-201-xbox-bosses-past-and-present-share-stories-secrets
  7. I think the difference there was that Steve Balmer signed off on an insane amount of money to repair/replace 360 consoles and through customer service effectively save the brand. There's an ign podcast where Peter Moore talks about having to go tell Balmer what was going on. It's a good listen if you're interested, it's called something like "Xbox chiefs roundtable", they bring together a few heads of Xbox through the years. I agree that the elite pad construction isn't what it should be. The rubber grips on two of my pads have come off and I know someone whose L&R bumpers broke, in what is a common fault, apparently.
  8. PS5's codename was Mini Metro, apparently.
  9. What's happened to this, I've been enjoying it but recently have noticed a significant increase in people camping. I know it comes with the territory but it seems to have become so much more prevalent recently. I played 2 games of FFA where of the 8 players on the map, only 2 of us were actually moving around. Everyone else found a corner, laid down and looked down their sights for 10 minutes. What's madness is that it's not even a good way to get points. I came second despite having a shit game by my own regular standards. It's a great game, but I hope this isn't going to become standard.
  10. What's the verdict on this now time has passed? I'm tempted to pick it up to play this weekend. Does it suit a quick 20/30 minute blast on the train?
  11. ..might not work well at selling his skills as a tattoo artist. Sorry mate, didn't realise this was such a serious topic.
  12. I imagine a lot of people who know him as a tattooist probably think it's weird that he isn't known everywhere by the name they definitely all routinely refer to him as in everyday parlance and definitely isn't something that he made up for himself while trying to be cool. "The Revolver Tattoo Rooms were opened in March 2007 by owner and lead artist Dave 'The Pistol' Perry." https://www.bigtattooplanet.com/daveperry I can't think of a single person who I know by a name other than their actual name, and Dave Perry has two alternate names! What a guy. Actually, there's one guy I had to contact for work whose colleague clearly didn't like him and implied that for reasons undisclosed everyone in their organisation referred to him as "pornhub".
  13. Do you think what will be in the controllers will be better? I'd imagine they'll be the same. I'm using my launch day play and charge battery still. It's max charge can be measured in hours, not days now but I haven't replaced it as it doesn't bother me too much, but if it did, it's about £20, quite a lot better than a replacement pad, not least because of the eventual journey to becoming landfill that products that can't be easily broken down end up taking. No company that professes to give a shit about the environment should be putting out products with a non removable battery, Microsoft should have stuck to the old system, imo.
  14. I might get an EA Access sub to play A Way Out. Or I might just buy the game for a tenner in the sale. Does EA Access ever go cheap now? I seem to remember buying a year's sub for about £12 a couple of years back. I'm not sure it's worth an extra ten pounds over the cost of the game #Skinflint.
  15. I bought some pizza flavor Pringles in the USA a couple of years back and was surprised by how much they evoked pizza. Like, you definitely knew what they were getting at.
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