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  1. I couldn't tell you what's in a specific update, but apparently Sony are still updating the PS3 now and again for Blu-ray compatibility.
  2. I can still remember the title screen music.
  3. This is how Which interpret the Consumer Rights Act 2015: https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/consumer-rights-act-aKJYx8n5KiSl#how-long-do-you-have-to-return-a-faulty-product
  4. Did you buy it direct from Sony? You should return it to the retailer.
  5. There have been a few weird glitches like that. Ace Combat 5 and 7 are/were treated as the same game, meaning you had to use the version drop-down thing. And Mortal Kombat 11 lists all the X DLC as well as the 11 DLC.
  6. Sync seems to work fine for my nephews when they're visiting, other than it taking ages. That might just be the size of the Forza Horizon save files though.
  7. For PS5 and Series X|S I would recommend a traditional USB HDD for BC games if you’ve got a sizeable library. Save the SSDs for PS5 and Series X|S games. For me at least, I can see me going through multiple SSD upgrades during the gen if the Switch and SD cards are anything to go by.
  8. Epic can't bring iOS Fortnite back. Apple terminated their account and don't have to reinstate it.
  9. Where did I say that it was an equal loss? Apple could potentially lose a lot of IAP revenue as a result of this change. That's a loss, but probably the best loss they could have got. Epic have to pay Apple the 30% cut for Fortnite IAP made with their alternate payment option. Apple don't have to let them back on the App Store and are allowed to ban Epic's other developer accounts as well. That's a loss.
  10. The 9to5Mac articles I've read suggested that the judge said that Apple wasn't a monopoly. Either way, I reckon that they both lost.
  11. If they didn't lose, why are they appealing?
  12. If I had to guess, Dead by Daylight has been coded to detect when it has been resumed and just boots you back to the title screen as a way of avoiding bugs that the developer knows about. There are probably lots of things to do with timing and state that you wouldn’t have to worry about under normal play that are a bastard to try and fix. You’d have to think that Microsoft is advising developers on how to make sure their games are compatible going forward.
  13. It probably depends on the game. In my library at least, there aren’t that many games using Xbox Play Anywhere, so it’s mostly different SKUs for each platform (if it’s on the Windows Microsoft Store at all). Older games from Bethesda and the like haven’t had it retroactively applied either.
  14. I helped my brother get a 3070 FE from Scan last year for his new build. I got to the point where I was wanting my own FE card, but Scan's one FE card per household policy means that I was SOL. Looked like the minimum for a third-party 3080 was around £1050. Ended up getting an ROG Strix 3080 OC last week. I'm glad I have a card now, but it's frustrating that I could have easily got a 3080 Ti FE for the same money if that policy wasn't there.
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