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  1. No. My Series X is in energy-saving mode as well, and I don't unexpectedly get that prompt on my CX Isn't exactly that what the energy-saving mode does?
  2. While I agree on the Xbox front, it's not all roses on the PC front with Microsoft. I've just built my new PC and turns out that I have to redownload EVERY single game from the Windows Store, it doesn't matter if I have a copy on the HDD. Steam can do it, Origin can do it, Ubisoft Connect can do it, even Epic Launcher can do it with some tinkering. Hell, the Xbox does it seamlessly, why this is different on Windows I don't know.
  3. That door is supposed to connect with the bridge where you fight the Cleric Beast, but can't be opened.
  4. I agree, at low fps count, a 10 frames difference is a world. However, I find the "30fps is now unplayable" stance in this thread way overstated. Of course, I prefer 60 fps when available, but I don't think twice about a game being 30fps, I just play it without problems.
  5. No, it wasn't, it ran at 30 fps. Years later, they included a 60 fps version with Ridge Racer Type 4
  6. Interesting. I don't use HMDI-CEC on the PS5 with my Harmony remote and my LG TV precisely because of the lack of a PS button. However, if the Home button of a Bravia remote worked, I could copy the Home command from my mother's Sony remote, and it wouldn't disable the access to the LG TV settings Looks like I have some "work" to do.
  7. I finally finished this last year and found it a great Zelda game, but hated the waggle all the time, so the news of this release are music to my ears. As for the price backlash, well, I don't see the difference with people buying Wii U conversions for the Switch at full price.
  8. I bought Halo 3 and PGR4 the same day, and let's say Halo 3 went untouched for weeks. It's the best PGR and one of the best non-sim racing games ever. My only problem with it was the lack of a HUD in the internal view, that drove me nuts.
  9. No, I don't think so. In my case, it was the same PS4 game (Bioshock Infinite) in both drives. Anyway, if you're not getting a warning a few seconds after getting to the dashboard, this is not the same problem.
  10. Make sure there's not a duplicate game in both the internal and external drives. That's enough to deny access to the external drive. The PS5 warns about it, but I fast read the screen long message and, at first, didn't noticed the warning about not getting access to the external drive until the problem could be solved.
  11. Yes. Hopefully, it'll get an update like God of War, which needed the same no update trick for 4K60
  12. Could be, but I believe saves are generally fine. The problem is using a disc install to avoid a digital install, that's the real big fat no, even with Bloodborne.
  13. I haven't tried with other games, but Bloodborne was fine, so not as big and fat as you suggest
  14. It involves dealing with in a "Why did do you that?" way
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