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Lowering the brightness so that whites look grey, and upping the contrast to the point where blacks are crushed DOES NOT LOOK GOOD. The game looks fine stock.

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@dirthurts: "You mean I don't have to be stuck with the same dated hardware for 7 years? I can improve my experience if I so choose? If I want to keep my current system I can still play all the games?"

...this is why I became a pc gamer. Graphics card too slow? Upgrade it. Need more storage space? Add more/bigger hard drives. And on AMD boards, you can usually upgrade the processor without needing to get a new mobo. I can upgrade one piece at a time, without having to buy a whole other rig.

Why anyone would willingly pay $400-$500 for a console, and then another $400-$500 in a few years for an updated version is beyond me. Just save up that $800-$1,000, and build a gaming rig. The games are cheaper, it's endlessly customizable, and online is free.

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@witchge8: True. This is what the PS4 and XBox One should've been at launch... three years ago. Even with improved hardware, they are STILL behind the times.

When the 360 and PS3 first came out, they were legit competition to mid range gaming pc's. This gen came out underpowered, and this stopgap generation is still not good enough.

I only really want the Neo for sports games, and what few exclusives Sony have. I'm hoping the Neo will reduce load times, and frame rate drops, which is why I'm not even considering the current model.

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@louixiii: Not only that, but the Atari 7800 could play 2600 games, and the Genesis, with an adapter, could play Master system games. Backwards compatibility is nothing new.

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"We haven't seen this whole idea of upgrading since the Mega CD in 1991 or something."

This isn't an "upgrade", this is all new hardware. If you could attach something to your console to bring it up to Neo or Scorpio specs, I wouldn't be against this, but this is screwing over original adopters.

That said, I'm definitely getting a Neo. Glad I learned my lesson last gen not to buy the launch models.

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@nyran125tk: It wasn't his fault. He had the brain of an 80 year old Alzheimer's patient due to all the head trauma over the years. If it was anyone's fault, it was the WWE's for not taking care of their guys.

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@nikolistary: No, Prey ended on a cliffhanger. I want THAT game.

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