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#1  Edited By Jimbowesker
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Ok, so Sony is doing their Sale of The Dead Week deals, and here are games I cannot decide upon. I will also list the price beside it for relevant advice.But basically what I am wondering is which of these should I take advantage of the most as the sale ends 10-31 & money is limited. Honest opinions?

  • Dead Island Riptide Definitive Edition (PS4)- $4.99 normally listed at $19.99

  • Devil May Cry DMC: Definitive Edition (PS4)- $11.99 normally listed at $39.99

  • Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition (PS4)- $12.49 normally listed at $24.99

  • Alien: Isolation- The Collection (PS4)- $11.99 normally listed at $39.99

  • The Sexy Brutale (PS4)- $11.99 normally priced at $19.99

  • The Evil Within (PS4)- $9.99 normal price is $19.99

Out of all these options, what do you guys think is the wisest and more enjoyable purchases? I am actually looking for a decent game, so I would appreciate any and all of your opinions on these excellently marked off listings. Thanks!!

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I didn't get a chance to play The Stick of truth for PS3, but have heard rather good things about it. Now, how is this South Park world gonna sell as a RPG adventurous world? I just find it hard to grasp that this is supposed to have nothing but RPG elements thru and thru in. I hope it does, but its just hard for me to believe in such a wacky and comedy-centered world. So I guess my question is.... can someone describe what made the stick of truth fun and fill me in on where the RPG features will come into play.? thanks, I'm in deep thought over whether I should preorder this or not.

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#3 Jimbowesker
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@chitosan87: Ha ha, I am an 80's baby thru and thru. Late 80's (1988) but as you prolly know, (with me being under the assumption of your username being a reference to what year you were born, 1987) those and the early to mid 90's were great years for gaming. Video games as a concept underwent many amazing and drastic changes throughout those years and I can remember just being a kid who loved games but wasn't picky about small details like graphics or dialogue or voice acting. But my nephew and nieces all are very critical and quick on deciding that certain games just don't look good enough for their standards. And me witnessing this, cant help but think about how blown away I woulda been to have seen some of the games kids have access to these days (literally at their fingertips).

But bak on original topic, yeah there are even many more that I have probably failed to mention. Does anyone remember a SNES (Super Nintendo) or maybe it was Sega (Genesis) game called Zero Tolerance. Where you hunt these alien creatures down via a mini map on screen? I can remember loving that game. There are SO many series I would love to see more of that I could go on and on for days!!

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#4  Edited By Jimbowesker
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My main requests for series revival are these-

1.Parasite Eve- The original PE on PS1 was amazing. The survival horror meshed with RPG surprisingly well. Also, had an amazing story and an unforgettable antagonist in Eve.

2. Onimusha Warlords- Such a great game in its own right. The PS2 debuted Onimusha many years ago and gave people a look at feudal Japan, only filled with demons whose souls you must devour. Far fetched or not, still the original was a great game. As for its sequels........na!

3. Legend of Legaia- Many ppl probably haven't heard of this PS1 classic and that is because it prolly went under their radar as it is a hugely underrated RPG. The theme and story were epic even for its time.

Dragon Age- I know some will say that this is a series that has never officially been killed out, but what I mean by listing this is the return to its roots such as Dragon Age Origins. Not DA Inquisition. Origins was easily one of the very best games to release on the PS3 in its entire lifespan in my eyes! Such great potential!! PLZ Bioware wake up!!!

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You have a pretty decent collection started. Here are the titles that will make it look even better!!!

1. Final Fantasy Type-O HD 2. World of Final Fantasy 3. Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster 4. Kingdom Hearts 1.5 & 2.5 Remix Remastered 5. Yakuza 0 6. Danganronpa 1-2 Reload 7. Nier Automata 8. Resident Evil 7 9. Mass Effect Andromeda 10. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided 11. Metal Gear Solid V: Definitive Edition 12.Kingdom Hearts 2.8 Final Prologue 13. LEGO Dimensions 14. Until Dawn 15. Persona 5 16. Batman: Return To Arkham 17. Mad Max 18. The Walking Dead: A New Frontier 19. Horizon: Zero Dawn 20. Broforce 21. I Am Setsuna 22. The last Of Us Remastered 23. Life Is Strange 24. Mortal Kombat XL 25. Street Fighter V

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VII although I believe XII to be a close runner up. VII was my first and it endows many nostalgic and awesome memories. I will never grow tired of it. I would have to disagree with the FFX being the most recent best FF. While I did enjoy FFX/X-2, Final Fantasy Type O HD delivers hours and hours of replayability and sports an amazing combat system.

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While Cid isn't my personal favorite of the characters (I'm more of a Red XIII kinda guy), I felt that in sheer power and damage done to enemies on a normal basis, Cid takes the lead as his spear Limit Breaks are devastating.

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So I just got the PS4 Pro and I did as anyone woulda and transferred all my saved data to a USB flash drive. Swapped the hard drive internally and downloaded the system update and named the file and folders as directed by Sony. But when I connect it to PS4 Pro, it says USB not found. I am def using the latest system update file, is there an older version I am supposed to use instead? Please help!!

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Not only is it recommended but it is required to upgrade at some point.... Well if you want to have room for games and stuff...unless you really don't use your PS4 . I have upgraded mine twice. First I got a 1 TB and recently I upgraded again to a 2TB and man its massive storage capacity has been enough to hold me off for now at least. And I got a BUNCH of games new and old!!

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#10 Jimbowesker
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It's gonna do well. I think the majority of gamers nowadays could care less about the Blu Ray thing, I mean yeah sure is kinda inconvenient that ppl may have to go buy themselves a Blu Ray Player, but I mean for $399, you cant beat that price. Sony will snag some more exclusive deals on AAA games and Pro will be at the top right along with Scorpio. Sony aaint going nowhere, hate it for all the PS haters!!!!