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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by Costello, Feb 26, 2019.
Memes without context are the best ones @ThoD .
hav you ever seen Nichijou before?
I have, but how is a bad anime any relevant to memes?:/
Ok, I guess some people don't really care for it. Joke dead.
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But the big floofy dresses hide the rear end being so visible. what's wrong with just wanting to see something cute during your play though and have more options with the looks :3
>"I mod the game for birthday suits"
He forgot the Skyrim option.
No I will not stop posting these.
I don't think this is really a hard decision for anyone. Playstation has a decent UI and some great exclusives, Xbox has an absolutely garbage UI and not a single exclusive. Anybody who wants a next-gen Microsoft gaming system might as well just build a PC now.
tbh though, that's assuming sony doesn't pull another ps3
PS5 and Scarlett are gonna have basically the same hardware, so they'll be right around the same price. Which isn't to say that they'll be inexpensive, tariffs between 25% and 35% are going to be applied to them in the US. I predict an MSRP between $500 and $600 at launch for both.
I say it'll be the price of a PS4 Pro, $400.
Hopefully you're right, but I think Sony would be eating a pretty big loss per unit sold in that case. Best case scenario, only a 25% tariff applies to gaming consoles, at which point it would have to be priced at roughly $320 before the tariff is factored in. If it's priced at $400 pre-tariff, that's still $500 post-tariff.
Well, not sure about tariffs, but it'd be in both companies' best interests to price it at $400 or less, final retail price. They'd probably have to incur losses but that's how it goes yeah, $500 and you won't see those consoles hitting the recent 100 million milestone mark.
That actually took me surprisingly long to get
No chance at all for them to launch at that low if they really have good specs, they'll probably be at least 500$, perhaps even more, since there's still a memory shortage that drives up the price of components even for manifacturers... You can't expect the new gen to come at the same price as the current gen after all, it's kinda absurd, but let's be honest, if they do launch at 500$ or more, it's actually gonna be cheaper to just build a PC with the money instead, it's not like the exclusives are really worth it at this point considering 1-4 years after any system is out it's possible to emulate perfectly