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  1. Is it possible to start a completely new game on this, without overwriting an existing save? Maybe via a new account on a PS5 that already has it installed? I'm seeing a friend at the weekend and want them to see it from the start, without losing my own save...
  2. The inevitable fan-edit appears. Someone has cut this down into a 2.5hr movie: https://www.kaipattersonfilms.com/kenobi
  3. So anyway, this is really good and more people should be watching it. But... (spoilers up to the end of Ep3)
  4. Yes, this looks amazing. It could pass for 60fps most of the time. More of this sort of thing please Sony.
  5. Nana! Nana! Nana! (Tora! Tora! Tora!)
  6. Goddamit OK... Akira Kurosawa's Nanjuro
  7. He was asked, but thought he was too old to be running round a field in the rain for three days!
  8. Followed by one of the retailers saying: “It’s the one word you don’t want to hear in relation to babies” Which is odd, as there’s at least two.
  9. This is a pretty decent price isn’t it? WD_BLACK SN850 1TB with heat sink for £120: https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B08PHSVW7K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_JRST98WFVJ2GMN021S4V?psc=1
  10. The level of detail and the amount of… everything… in this is absurd. About 50% of the NPCs seem to have an actual job that they appear to be doing properly. I stood and watched the ‘logging’ area next to the river by Barrenlight for about a minute last night, and let me tell you if I ever need a tree trunk cut in half, I’ll be giving those guys a call. They’re a credit to their profession. Same with the workers at the quarry, and the woman chopping vegetables in the Inn. It’s totally inconsequential to the rest of the game, but it was all animated perfectly. And judging by the screenshot above it even has accurately rendered seagull nostrils. (Which does make it seem odd that the trees still look a bit ‘early PS4 era’, but I’m guessing that’s the skeleton of the crossgen version peeking through)
  11. It's more a combination of how OLEDs (specifically) handle motion, and personal preference. For me, the settings above meant the peripheral environmental detail stays more clearly defined when you're swinging the camera around.
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