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  1. Yes exactly! That new PS+ future that they showed off could also help players that never played on playstation before to get all the big PS4 games for really cheap and play them on their new PS5. Having a huge PS4 libary available on the PS5 also helps console sales, in past gens a lot of people waited a few years to switch to next gen, because there was only a limited amount of games available on launch. Developing new games can take many years after all. But now this is not a problem, because even if you beat all the new games, you can just go to the PS Store and browse from a huge libary and maybe find a game that you have missed or you can just download a game that you really liked playing on your PS4 and replay it. There are a bunch of good games that worth a replay, i personally plan to replay The Witcher 3 on PS5, its gonna get a free graphics upgrade too.
  2. We know nothing about Sony's PS5 logistics and how much PS5s they put up for preorder now. As i heared PS5 consoles have been in production since July, maybe they made all the stock available for preorder that they manufactured since then, but dont forget that there is still like 2 months left until launch day, they can manufacture a lot more units in that time, which can be up for preorder in a later date or in worst case scenario they will ship them into stores 1-2 weeks after launch. Honestly, i think whoever have enough money for a PS5 right now, will be able to buy one in early december, the latest. Even if you cant get one on day one, i dont think waiting 1-2 weeks is a big deal.
  3. It is still called emulation, yes Mark Cery said that AMD worked for years to put all the PS4 functionality and logic into the new PS5 hardware, however most of that fuctionality is achieved by emulation built into the hardware. There are many different type of emulations, in a sense the PS4 Pro also emulated the original PS4 to run games made before the Pro. Im a 100% sure that the PS5 is using a mix of hardware and software emulation to run PS4 games, without any kind of emulation it could only run the games if it had the original PS4 hardware built in, which is not the case. (They did that with the first model of the PS3, it had the original PS2 hardware inside) I think that backwards compatibility had zero impact on the PS5 price point. Im sure that Sony spent a lot of money to make backwards compatibility possible, however its was only a one time cost, it doesnt make the manufacturing process of the PS5 any higher. And they can easily make back the money they spent by selling the thousands of PS4 games on the PS5 store. There is still a market for old games, they are much cheaper compared to new releases and a lot of people missed out on them.
  4. i would buy it on day 1, I would even line up for it at midnight, but my current financial situation make that impossible. I cant even afford to buy new games right now Maybe next year
  5. This is amazing news! I was expecting way less PS4 games working on the PS5. This means that their way of emulation must be nearly perfect. The only question is if they will let us try this emulation with any PS4 game or it will work only with games that they have already tested and confirmed. I guess part of that 1% non working games will be games that had problem with the PS4 Pro boost mode. When the PS4 Pro boost mode came out, Sony explained that, some games have the physics or game speed or something else tied to CPU clock speeds and if they run it with higher clocks, that will break the game. This is a very old game programming technique, so almost no one is using it anymore, only some very old games or indie games with extremely low budget have this i think. There might be some other reasons too tho, why some PS4 games wont work. But still, if 99% of games will work on launch, that will be amazing.
  6. Star Wars: Knights of The Old Republic 1-2
  7. Homefront: The revolution I couldnt wait to finish the story and uninstall it. Boring, repetitive, full of clich├ęs, uninteresting characters, the main character doesnt talk at all (just stands there like an idiot when they question him), the gunplay is terrible compared to any decent FPS games... I dont know why i forced myself to finish it... The only good thing i can say about it is its graphics, it looks good, but nowhere near like UC4, HZD, GOW
  8. Thats not how it works. For those prices Sony could make an absolute monster that beats any PC today. First of all Sony's policy witch consoles is that they make the profit with software sales and not the hardware, The launch price of the PS4 was $400 and the cost of making it was $380, i think they will use the same method with the PS5, selling it for a tiny bit more than manufacturing costs. Secondly, Sony makes a long term contracts with hardware companies and orders several million units of each hardware part. (APU, SSD,RAM, PSU etc) In the electronics industry, the more they manufacture of something, the cheaper it gets (cost/unit), as most of the costs come from setting up the factories and production lines, but when they are set up, they only need raw materials and maintenance. The PS2 sold over 150 million units, the PS3 over 80million and the PS4 is over a 100 million and still going, selling hardware parts for a succesfull brand like this is a very nice business opportunity and a way to make some reliable profit, so i can see many companies wanting in on this and if they want to get the contract they have to sell the hardware for cheaper than their competitors. SSDs were really expensive in the past, but their prices dropped a lot in recent years, as more and more companies started making them. Right now you can get a 1TB SSD for around a $100, Sony will get them for much cheaper. Ray tracing is a new trend now as modern hardware can do it in real time, but its an old technology, its not that special, its not gonna make GPU manufacturing costs that much higher, Nvidia is a greedy pig company and they are just using ray tracing as an excuse to increase their video card prices and they can get away with it because AMD has not released their own video cards with ray tracing yet, but whenever they will the prices will drop significantly. So my estimate for the price of PS5 would be 500 USD and maybe 550 for a model with a bigger SSD, like 2TB. If the rumour about releasing the PS5 and the PS5 Pro at the same time is true, then i would put the Pro's price to around 700USD or 800 max.
  9. ohhh, i got a code! Thanks for the post! I usually i dont read through these e-mails, so i would have missed it.
  10. They exist, but they are usually worth buying, unlike most of this "free" PS Plus stuff. Anyways, i've never played any of the Sniper Elite games, maybe i'll give a try to this one.
  11. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Darth Malak and Revan)
  12. Just bought Pantsu Line.
  13. I dont have this kind of experience personally, but i have a friend who is very unlucky with trophies and i think his story qualifies for this topic. He wanted to platinum The Witcher 3, he completed the story a few times before, so he was only missing a run on the hardest difficulty (Death March) thus he decided to do that, but since he expected this to his last run, he also decided to do everything the game has to offer, since he loved this game, so he did a 100+ hour playthrough and when he finished the story, The "Walked the Path" trophy got glitched on him and he did not get it. He played on Death March from the start and never changed the difficulty. This is the only trophy he is missing for the platinum now and ever since, he couldnt get himself to do it again. But the story is not over yet, there is another case. A few months ago, he decided to get the platinum for Assassin's Creed Unity, because he is a fan of the series and he already platted all of the other AC games that came after Unity. He already played AC Unity long ago, but he did not own the game back then, he got it lent to him to play it, so he played the story and completed some of the side activites and gave the game back. Later he bought his own copy though and now he fired that up to play and he was shocked because his older save game was not working. Turns out that the copy that was lent to him was from the UK and he bought the german version and the save games were not compatible, even though it is the same game and same region basically. Well no matter, this wasnt going to stop him, he played the whole game again from the start and was getting close to the plat. Now there is a glitched tropy in Unity, what we didnt know at the time, its the "I Got Skills" trophy and sometimes it wont pop, so its highly recommended to upload your save to the cloud or an USB drive before you learn the last skill. Of course he didnt do that and of course the trophy got glitched for him and he didnt get it. So now this the only trophy he is missing for the platinum and he need to play all of the missions in the game again for which he doesnt have motivation now.
  14. Sounds good, I'll be really happy if it will play in London! It's about time we get a GTA style game that plays in an European city. However, i dont really understand the need to be able to play as any NPC. Instead they should copy GTA V and make 3 main characters with their own story and the option to switch between them.
  15. Well, its really stupid naming it that, but its still better than Star Wars: Battlefront 1-2 which have the exact same name as the older games.