I'm not sure if it's a genre of its own but Detective/Murder Investigation.
We can say "Whodunit" for those kind of movies.
I don't think they need to have an endless stream of content for one single game to keep people's subscriptions. I think they need an endless stream of diverse good games.
You are right about that but in reality I'm afraid most of the companies will chose having 4-5 live-service games that they can milk for years than having -for example- 8-9 diverse single focused games.
I think next step should be add many more AAA titles to their PC catalogue. And to think that someone can immediately play Halo: Infinite when they buy a Project Scarlett+XGP is very interesting.
I wonder is it sustainable and will it affect the single player games like ''If we want them to continue their subscription, we should do more and more live-service games that can not be finished'' etc.
Very good deal. Also ''3 year'' thing is interesting. It's all legal as far as understand. The question is: Should I try it?
Edit: Well, PC catalogue is now very bright for now. Of course there are good games and you can try it for two months like you said.
Okay, now I understood fully.
I thought Kyle has said he’s never going to do this again.
After the second season?
It's a shame it won't come back.
I guess I am not up to date. What do you mean by that?
Wow! I didn't know 580 is as efficient as these results. I'm even more motivated now! Ahahah
So for the curiosity, let's say I decided to buy ''MSI RX590 ARMOR 8G OC GDDR5 256Bit AMD Radeon DX12'' how much difference would it make between my current ASUS ROG 580 choice? Do you think would it be a good choice?
Edit: I mean when I look at the benchmarks, there is just 10 FPS difference max(most of them are in situations with above 60 FPS and I'm planning to use V-Sync) and even less than that for half of the tested games. I don't know if I should save more.
Generally if your power supply has at least 600W you'll be fine with single GPU.
If it's lower, look at peak power consumption for your CPU & GPU (it should be published by AMD). Add another 100W-150W (for Motherboard, HDDs, etc) and you'll get power requirements.
As far as I searched; GPU consumes less than 150W and CPU consumes 125. If we add another 150 for the motherboard, HDD etc. Let's say all the system consume 500W(max.) and there is still another 150W that can be used in the power supply.
If I decide to buy I will buy the ASUS ROG Strix RX 580 one and that one consumes 150W, similar to my current GPU.
As for compatibility, it should not be a problem even if your GPU and Montherboard have different versions of PCI-E port.
Then, as a result I think I won't have any problem with new GPU. And in my case's site, it says ''You can use huge GPUs in this case'' I hope they are not lying and I'm not sure that RX 580 is even that big.
Thanks for all the answers, I will use the informations from here if I decide to move on with this upgrade.
Last question: It won't any difference between SSDs right, I mean as a power consumption, space etc.? My current one is Sandisk 60GB and I am thinking to buy an 240 GB one.
There is one of these in -nearly- every podcast. You could say it was from 3 weeks ago and I wouldn't notice.
Resulting in Nintendo moving a handful of other late 3DS projects to Switch.
Makes a lot of sense. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong but I get the impression that 3DS is not as popular as before with the rise of Switch.
And there were some L&R topic in previous Weekly Podcast of Easy Allies where they talk about 1-2 3DS games bombings.
Thanks for the replies, then we can move on to next question:
Do you guys think any of these GPUs will fit into my computer case(I don't know if it's the right term in English)? Like, we know that R9 270 fits, do the other GPUs will fit too?
Just make sure its compatible with motherboard and make sure your PSU has enough juice.
How can I learn this information? Is there a way?