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    O/t: Ps5

    Anyone actually manage to get one? I've got major FOMO going on.
    Last edited by TerryTheTerror; 19-11-2020 at 03:39 PM.

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    Surely you don't play computer games are your ripe old age Terence? 🙊🙈

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    Quote Originally Posted by tHeArAb View Post
    Surely you don't play computer games are your ripe old age Terence? 🙊🙈
    I'm an original gamer from the ZX Spectrum days and, even though it's becoming more difficult for me (losing dexterity in my right hand), I still game every day. Most consoles let you remap controls though so I get by OK (and it infuriates the daughters when they try and play).

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    Must admit I bought PS2 and PS3 on release day but didnít get PS4 until about a year after launch.Have to say I donít regret what I did with PS4 and am going to do the same with PS5. On past experience, thereís not a huge amount of launch titles, plus sometimes thereís not a huge difference in quality between initial next gen games and previous gen ones. It can take a good year for developers to start to get the most out of the new kit, plus it gives you time to save until the first 12 month price drop.

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    Dear Terence,said to the daughter the other day,"Are you going to training this week?."She said no i'm not allowed to because of the tiers(Forfar Farmington) and i said,"They are now in the same tier as us."

    Ten minutes later she comes into the kitchen and say's you are right enough dad i'm allowed to go now so can you give me a lift to Forfar on Monday?.Sometimes i should just keep my puss shut mate.

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    Ha ha. Football daughter is still training at DISC but it's just been the ones that are under 18 for the last couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesMcClean View Post
    Must admit I bought PS2 and PS3 on release day but didnít get PS4 until about a year after launch.Have to say I donít regret what I did with PS4 and am going to do the same with PS5. On past experience, thereís not a huge amount of launch titles, plus sometimes thereís not a huge difference in quality between initial next gen games and previous gen ones. It can take a good year for developers to start to get the most out of the new kit, plus it gives you time to save until the first 12 month price drop.
    All true. Mind you this time, rather unusually, the PS5 will be backward compatible with almost all PS4 games. Surely it's a matter of time before they make a smaller one too, it's bloody huge!

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