Just to clarify, I mean that Milisav is keeping the PC so I don’t want to confuse people into thinking he still needs one. Feel free to talk about whatever you want within the rules on the unlocked topics. Might be a good idea to lock down the hardware giveaway ones sometimes after the person has it ya know?
My wife looked me in the eyes and said “You can use our household electronics budget for a new pc next year instead of your fun money, I don’t mind.” (We work on our budget together to avoid financial disputes since we are both earners.) It was very romantic
So I’m looking forward to building that new pc haha.
Maybe… lol. I only skimmed over the release notes long enough to find out if it has improvements for the game I’m playing, the engine it runs on, or the operating system version I have…so ‘no’ being the answer to all of that, I didn’t download it.
@teh-g I agree, forums help keep what’s relevant to you/or I in a simple organized manner. Not too bothered about GTribe either, I will stick with it for only one reason and that is IF I ever get lucky enough to win one of the major prizes? I’m happy with the friends I have gained from GTribe though but everyone is now here so yeah.
Finished only 4 minutes off, and there were several stages that I was within 20 seconds of the lead time!
Stage 2 and 8 were my worst ones. Oh, and one of the stages in Finland where I hit a bank at full throttle and the car barrel rolled FIVE times before stopping. If I saved and loaded videos, that one would have been worthy of showing you.
I was super pumped for the switch but after the pricing details and the paid online with voice services over a phone app came to light I’ve kind of lost all interest. The switch is $399, Zelda breath of the wild is $79, and a pro controller is another $89. Add Ontario’s Harmonized Sales Tax (13%) and I find myself paying $640. Every other peripheral seems expensive as hell on top of that. I mean Seriously $90 for the pro controller.
Just give me a virtual console that is a paid service like Netflix where I can play Nintendo’s massive back catalog and I’m happy.
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