Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
My teenager heart wasnt ready for this
Out of a whim I decided to take my Vita out of its slumber last month and started Persona 4 Golden.
My intention was to just get a feeling of the game to gauge my interest towards P5...
The last Persona game I played was P2 on ps1 back in 1999 or so.
Had a weird style, good story and unforgiving difficulty. Cant say I enjoyed it too much but it definitely left a impression.
Man, how the game evolved.
P4G is already one of my all time favorites, im 65hrs in, and for the looks of it, im going past the 100th hour mark.
I finally get it when people say that its worth spending $200 just to play this game.
And Persona 5 seems to continue the series evolution in a wonderful way, i´d say its the culmination JRPGs as a whole: turn-based, colorful, confident, stylish and not a single bit ashamed of being 'too japanese'.
Cant wait to play P5 but im taking my time with P4G and probably will give some weeks for it to 'sink in' before diving into the sequel.
(already bought it tough, and the P5 pre-order theme is AWESOME.)
Its hard not to follow-up this Scorpio semi-reveal with 'OK, nice specs...now can I have some games pretty please?'
Microsoft being Microsoft basically HAVE to win the specs race, because their pockets are much deeper than Sony´s.
What Sony pulled off this generation was in great part thanks to M$ (lack of) vision for console gaming.
Dont know about you Allies, but almost everyone I know that have a launch PS4 has this annoying issue.
My PS4 from time to time ejects the disc by itself mid-gameplay or even when its powered down.
At first it was rare enough that it didnt bother. Like once every 2-3 months.
Then it became so frequent that I decided to abandon physical media altogether.
I tried all kinds of fixes like:
-Rebuild PS4 database
-Power down, plug off, wait 3min, power on.
-The official solution from playstation support: tight the eject screw on the HDD bay side. Sony even made an official video about it.
All of those were temporary fixes, the problem returned after a few hours/days.
The main issue is(or seems to be) static electricity triggering the capacitive eject button.
Its a major design flaw that Sony wont comment about.
But this definitive fix is simple enough and requires no hardware expertise,
all you need is to take the botton cover out and put some tape on the eject button sensor on the motherboard.
This did it for me and I feel like I need to spread the word since I know it annoys A LOT of people out there.
The eject button is disabled by it, but most people eject discs using the PS4 interface anyways.
All kudos goes to David Rutledge from this video:
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