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#1 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

Alright, sweet thanks for the info! I bought mine at Best Buy, they are offering 25% off the season pass with purchase of game.

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#2 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

I know that the pass will be available to purchase tomorrow. I am wondering if there are any details about the dlc. Like when its expected to launch, actual story missions?

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#3 Edited by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

Is a complete PC (parts and OS) possible on a $500 budget? Would it be able to run games like Battlefield 4, or upcoming 2014 fall games / 2015 games? 1080p with nice constant frame rates?

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#4 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

yea, I know that I can swap between the two windows, but I want to open like Xbox Music, or Youtube then minimize and play Titanfall full screen!

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#5 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

While they still run? For example I want to youtube a music video and minimize so I can play Titanfall full screen?

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#6 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

So I continously read around the forums people saying why buy next gen when you can simply build a PC for the same price, so I was wondering is for $500, for just the PC/OS can I pull off a amazing computer? One that would play games like BF4, AC Blackflag, COD ghosts-and future games like Titanfall, Elder Scrolls Online) at full 1080P, with great frame rates/settings equal or better then ps4/xone? Is that possible?

Thanks for all your help!

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#7 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -
I will get mine in the morning! Screw the cold weather lol
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#8 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -
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[QUOTE="Mozelleple112"] 65" is as big as Panasonics VT60 goes. If you want an 80" TV you're only option is Sharp, which doesn't really have good picture quality. poor blacks, inaccurate colour and a very corny/grainy image. I could definitely recommend a projector as they ALWAYS beat HDTVs when it comes to screen size to picture quality to price ratio. But it will require an overhaul of your home for optimal performance (which means blocked out light and dark walls, painted gray/black) If that is possible for you, your best bet is the Sony HW50 projector which I believe is around $3000 in the US. even with white walls the HW50 will have stunning performance, but no light is a bare minimum. Mozelleple112

sigh well now I kinda want to just wait til I can do projector, haha, how is the new $1k Epson 1080P projector? Maybe get a step between and then get legit projector when 2k-4k becomes mainstream.....

Epsons budget projectors are decent. The Epson TW9100 (goes by a different name in the US I think) should cost around $3000 and is an excellent value for money projector and especially good in 3D and bright rooms. but of course, darker room with either Sony's HW50 or JVCs X35/X55 are a greater deal. Epson is sort of a compromise for those who those with living rooms / white walls

that is my exact problem, i decided to use basement for storage so now stuck in a living room that has some light but can be blocked out a bit
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#9 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -

[QUOTE="xfactor19990"][QUOTE="DJ_Headshot"] This if he doesn't want to go projector this is his best upgrade path.Mozelleple112
fair enough i will look at the 60 inch from panasonic, possibly something bigger? 80 inches? I really want a projector but gaming room is too brignt etc.

65" is as big as Panasonics VT60 goes. If you want an 80" TV you're only option is Sharp, which doesn't really have good picture quality. poor blacks, inaccurate colour and a very corny/grainy image. I could definitely recommend a projector as they ALWAYS beat HDTVs when it comes to screen size to picture quality to price ratio. But it will require an overhaul of your home for optimal performance (which means blocked out light and dark walls, painted gray/black) If that is possible for you, your best bet is the Sony HW50 projector which I believe is around $3000 in the US. even with white walls the HW50 will have stunning performance, but no light is a bare minimum.

sigh well now I kinda want to just wait til I can do projector, haha, how is the new $1k Epson 1080P projector? Maybe get a step between and then get legit projector when 2k-4k becomes mainstream.....

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#10 Posted by xfactor19990 (10917 posts) -
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If your budget is truly as high as you say it is, I fully recommend that you get a Panasonic ZT60 60" flagship plasma, or perhaps the 65" VT60 which has almost as good picture quality but is 5 inches bigger and slightly cheaper.

 

It/they are the best HDTVs on the market today, and greatly outperform Sony's 4K LCD displays... Since PS4/Xbone games will be in 1080p anyways, you'll have no need for 4K resolution when it comes to gaming. the superior black levels, contrast and colour accuracy of Panasonics high end plasmas will weigh in a lot more.

 

Seikis 50" 4K LCD is crap. it cost over $1000 but a sub $500 Samsung plasma will absolutely destroy it in every way possible (almost). 

 

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This if he doesn't want to go projector this is his best upgrade path.

fair enough i will look at the 60 inch from panasonic, possibly something bigger? 80 inches? I really want a projector but gaming room is too brignt etc.