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#1 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

@ausgamer said:

I don't know how to change to HDMI input (HDMI port on my laptop is input). I have searched on YouTube as well and couldn't find anything on there that was useful to me. It was just how to project a laptop screen to secondary monitor.

Anyone have an answer?

It's quite simple, the HDMI on your laptop is an Output, not an Input. You can only use the HDMI on your laptop to display your desktop on another monitor or TV, it can't be used the other way round.

What your asking, can't be done.

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#2 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

It's such a shame Sega no longer hold licenses for some of their other classic tiles. Which means of course, there's no chance of Sega Rally, Outrun 2 or some of their arcade back catalogue like the classic Scud Race.

We only have the port of the original Outrun because Sega modified the main car so that it's no longer a Ferrari Testarossa.

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#3 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

I just had to get this. Going as far as buying a 3000 yen card off play Asia. Could never afford the the Mega Drive version back in 93, I think it was £70 in the UK back then!!

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#4 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

Err...Don't lots of Switch users also own another console or a PC?? I know I do. I have a decent PC and an Xbox One X, and I also own a Switch. Not thinking of getting rid of it anytime soon.

Switch is not competing directly with Xbox or PlayStation so....

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#5 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

80's and early 90's favourites, no particular order.

Pacman

Time Pilot

Track & Field

Shinobi

Contra

Double Dragon

Outrun

Afterburner

Super Hang-On

Bad Dudes Vs Dragon Ninja

1943

Gunsmoke

R-Type

Kung-Fu Master

Chase HQ

Final Fight

Operation Wolf

Operation Thunderbolt

I had some favourites in the middle to late 90's, then Arcades faded away

Sega Rally

Ridge Racer

Scud Race

Crusin' USA

Virtua Fighter 2

Rush the Rock

Area 51

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#6 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

Fallout 3 and Fallout NV. Although technically I'm already playing remastered versions of these games. I've downloaded texture mods and ENB's to make them look more modern. Just take Fallout 3 for example, ,mine looks like this:

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#7 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

Google Stadia will be playing streamed PC games with a controller. The graphics hardware behind the scenes is pretty decent, but not 'Next Gen', not yet anyway.

Apple Arcade plays IOS games with a sub, not next gen.

Amazon Premium ???

Netflix Interactive ???

Epic Games Store - it's just another PC digital store, so what?

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#8 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

I was in my 20's when I joined here, now I"m 41 this year!

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#9 Posted by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

@Renegade_Fury said:

I can adjust to 30 fps, but there's a giant ass difference. As a third person example, in the PC version of Yakuza 0, I was playing around 120 fps which makes it disappointing whenever I have to go back to 60 or 30 fps in the newer games on PS4.

Yeah, I guess when you've seen something running that smooth it's hard to 'unsee it' again lol.

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#10 Edited by Bond007uk (916 posts) -

I did some experiments a few days ago on my PC with Rise of the Tomb Raider. I played for a while in 60 fps, it's great. Then, with the game still open, locked the FPS to 30 with Riva Tuner and halved the refresh rate to get that 'close to console' experience.

Well, its still playable, and I could theoretically play all the way through with this. But, after playing for about 30 mins with these settings, I changed it back to 60 fps and a full refresh rate. No, its clear, the difference is 'night and day'.

I'm not why RDR2 feels smooth in at 30 fps on the Xbox One though. Well it does in third person anyway, not first person though.