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The Burnout Kid

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  1. I think it depends on you financial situation and how games make you feel. For me I'm not rich and I do spend more on games than I would like at times(Especially with Nintendo, why dont they ever lower their prices?) But the joy, escapism and fun that I have while playing them is more than worth it to me so I guess im in the middle if that makes any kind of sense. 

  2. On 4/22/2021 at 3:38 PM, The Blackangel said:

    It's portable and a lot more powerful. I use the Switch Lite. It doesn't dock like the original Switch, but it's a lot more stable. And if I don't want to play a game, I can watch Hulu or Netflix on it. The Switch Lite supports microSD cards that I haven't seen a Switch able to handle. For example I have a 512g in my Lite and about 100 DDL's on it. I also have about 30 carts that I play on it as well. No memory issues and they all run smooth as greased owl shit. The Switch can't support a cart that big. If I had $500 to spare I would buy a 1Tb card to put in it, but I can't afford that.

    The Switch/Lite is a superior gaming device. It does lack a few titles for whatever reason, but otherwise, it's more than worth getting. Especially for you Skyrim nuts. You can take the game with you so that when you're not home and you start jonesing you can grab your Switch and get your fix. The Witcher 3 is on it as well, for those of you that are all about that game.

    Wait...you can watch Netflix and Hulu on the Switch Lite? Did not know that.

    Or did I just read that wrong?

    But to answer the question. I have the swtich lite and honestly I just like having a hanheld and to be able to play games on it that I wouldn't have access to on any other system. I don't have to plop myself up to my tv for my ps4. I can just get my Switch out and play. 

  3. 1 hour ago, Kane99 said:

    I think times are changing, where gamers are finally taking notice. It may still be a slow process, but gamers are going to vote with their wallets I hope, and eventually we'll start to see more backlash for problems like what we're seeing with Cyberpunk 2077. It helps that these companies are making it so easy for us to hate on them too, and soon enough, no company will be able to get away form this type of mess. 

    Actually, I'd say that time is now with Cyberpunk, as I think it's people have been most vocal with its problems than any other game in recent memory. Plus with the addition of problems back to Fallout 76, or Mass Effect Andromeda. People are increasingly taking notice, and things I think are going to start to change. 

    Yeah I agree the time is now because this has been happening for the longest time now. Hell cyberpunk should be the straw that broke the camels back tbh

  4. On 12/21/2020 at 9:14 AM, The Blackangel said:

    The only problem there, is that we would need to get millions of gamers on board with boycotting the games, which is a near impossible thing to do. The 10k members here at this forum wouldn't really make a noticeable impact if we all banded together to do a boycott. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for sending a message that we're sick of the bullshit and halfassed unfinished games. I'll be right there on the front line in my wheelchair to tell them to cut the shit, not cut the games. Gaming companies lost their integrity somewhere in the 1990's.

    No Disrespect at all but this sent me to the moon. 

    But to your point: You're not wrong though. But I'd like to think there's enough people out there feeling the same way and will let these companies know what's up but there's probably isn't.

  5. On 12/18/2020 at 9:21 PM, Kane99 said:

    It really comes down to the gamers speaking their mind, and letting the industry know that this type of nonsense will not be accepted anymore. We're not going to accept broken games on release as finished products. We're not going to let studios talk down to us and give us meaningless apologies. 

     

    That's honestly really what it all comes down to. Gamers really gotta let the Biz know that we're not gonna take this crap anymore and if you want our dollars then you need to do better. And do that buy just not buying the games. That's gonna send a clear message more than anything. 

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