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Really need to take a break from those gymnastics. The switch is the only 9th gen system. It came out too long after the wii u to be a part of the same gen and is thus 9th gen. Later this year, the ps5 and xsx are coming too long after the switch to be part of the same generation and thus will be 10th gen. Plain and simple.
This new avatar is unsettling after so many years seeing you as Mega Man.
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Either $450 or $500.Currently, the PS4's launch price has an inflation-adjusted value of $444 (and, yes, inflation does matter; $400 for a console was obscenely expensive 25-30 years ago, but is reasonable now). So, $450 would be in line with that. Assuming the PS5 does cost as much to make as has been reported, I don't see them going with $400 as that might be too big of a per-unit loss. $500...
curl-6 said: By the last year of the 90s the transition to 3D was complete and we had the Dreamcast and games like Soul Calibur, as well as stuff like Half Life on the PC. F-Zero X on the N64 holds up really well too I think due to being one of the few 3D games of its generation to hit 60fps. Yeah, F-Zero X was a good one. Getting it to run at a steady 60 fps was a hell of an...
The 90s, hands down. Going by U.S. release dates, here's some of the notable games released in just the first half of the decade: 1990: Super Mario Bros. 3, Mega Man 3, River City Ransom, Batman, Double Dragon II, Final Fantasy, Super C, Ninja Gaiden II, Castlevania III, Dragon Warrior II, StarTropics, TMNT II: The Arcade Game, Phantasy Star II, Thunder Force III, Strider, Castle of Illusion...
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