OG Xbox > Series X > 360 > XB1
** Betting is CLOSED - all winnings have been paid out by trunkswd **
OpenCritic Prediction - Ori and the Will of the Wisps
|50 or Less||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|51 - 55||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|56 - 60||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|61 - 65||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|66 - 70||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|71 - 75||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|76 - 80||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|81 - 85||0||$0.00||0.00%|
|86 - 90||5||$969.00||35.71%|
|91 or Over||9||$2,621.72||64.29%|
The second 360 boot up is my favorite one.
OD Xbox startup is the best! But that may be my nostalgia talking...
I have an LG 43UK6090PAU. Well, it's my gf's, but I helped her pick it out :P It's a good 4ktv if you're on a budget. I'll probably get a better one for myself later on, but for now I'm happy with it.
I have Sony KD-55XE8096. It is one of the best cheap entry options for 4K. But the next time I upgrade my TV, I'll definitely go for OLED. My friend has LG C7 and it is amazing.
LG OLED55C9PLV, can't wait to unleash the 4K-120Hz-mode with the XSX or a HDMI2.1 graphic card.
Decided to change the poll now, for slightly selfish reasons, I'm looking for a 4K TV and wondering what others have, I've been looking at the Samsung Q70R or Q80R - I keep hearing a lot about HDMI 2.1 and how important it will be for next generation as HDMI 2.0 can't support anything above 4k/60fps? But honestly I don't see many titles going above that, nor do I really care, I think I'd be perfectly happy on a stable 4K/60FPS.
LG is the best brand AFAIK but I'm pretty sure I would get burn in.
When buying a TV, I looked through multiple sites, forums, whatever and found the site above to be the best resource by a country mile.
I stayed away from OLED for the same reason. I have a Samsung Q7FN.
I bought a LG B8 last year and hot damn! the difference between 1080p and 4K couldnt be starker. From any distance that crunchy black on the OLED would make a difference.
And no @Ryuu theres no burn in on my panel, if your screen is idle for a minute, it will fire up a save screen. And theres been instances where still images stayed on for a while and it never burned in.
I've got a TCL 4 series 4K, it's pretty basic but it has decent enough picture, I plan on upgrading to Samsung at some point in the future (or I may just buy a second monitor for my PC setup).