I have two extra destiny beta codes for people who want them and would be interested in them. Shoot me a friend request and message to my playstation network ID and I will get them to you when I get home from work (if I do not respond it means two people already claimed them).
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So I'm on the brink of buying Wildstar because it sounds like a fun MMO, but I hear people saying they aren't getting past 20fps on medium settings and even on low setting they are barely breaking 40fps. That seems a bit harsh for me.
So is it truly that bad, that the only way to run the game is with a REALLY high end PC?
I am thinking about picking up a vita in the near future mainly for remote play with my PS4, but some PS Vita games look great too. If I am buying the physical games (not digital download) would I NEED a memory card for the vita to do saved game files or remote play with the PS4 and if so what size? Please let me know, and thank you in advance.
Hello. I am VERY new to PC gaming (been a console gamer my entire life) but there are too many games out there that interest me now that I would love to play. My question is I know NOTHING about computer specs or what I should look for so I was hoping somebody could help me out. Below is what I am looking for:
- I am looking to replace my old laptop with a new computer tower that I can connect to my 55in HD TV (not a computer monitor) via HDMI.
- I don't need to be too powerful currently but would like it to be easily upgradable over the next few years (aka easy to find and replace parts for. All I've ever done is replace the HDD in my PS4, so I don't know much about how to rip apart computers)
- built in wireless (optional) not 100% necessary.
- I would like it to stay at or below $300....again I'm not looking for a powerhouse, just something to play South Park Stick of Truth, DOTA 2, LoL on medium settings.
I would appreciate any input, thank you!
I have a question. I used to have a 3DS but recently upgrades to a 3DSxl. I sold my 3DS to help finance the new 3DS XL along with the memory card (which was a poor choice in retrospect). I went back to the e-shop logged into my account and tried to find a list of my old downloads somewhere so I can redownload games, but I can't find any way to do that. Can somebody point me in the right direction?
I have had the 3DS, 3DS XL, and just got the 2DS. If you have the money I would say go for the 3DS XL only because the inscreased screen size compared to the other two models is nice. However, if you would rather get something cheaper and pick up an extra game or two I really am enjoying the 2DS.
It does play 3DS games, but you will not get the glassesless 3DS image like you could get on the 3D models. Again I find myself using the 2D on the 3D models only because I get a headache with the 3D on too often. But all are great systems.