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  1. They never confirmed it for PS1, PS2 and PS3, like that rumor claims.
  2. I'll take that with all the salt mines under Detroit, cause it won't happen.
  3. This was supposed to work like that when the Disputes were created, but the code is broken and definitely needs to be fixed. There are instructions posted for doing most of these concerns: https://forum.psnprofiles.com/topic/75200-the-comprehensive-how-to-report-cheaters-faq-good-practices-and-general-info/ People who have knowledge and want to help in a dispute, can click on the already available directions. Getting the message to the "right" Cheater Remover shouldn't be the concern of the member. The Cheater Removers will figure out how to get communicate with each other. Telling one is as good as telling them all.
  4. Here's how I'd like the Dispute logic to work: Disputer creates dispute and it posts as intended with reason in opening post automatically Thread immediately becomes locked. Gives visibility for members to examine profiles and report other cheated games Allows members familiar with the game to examine the reason and form opinion on whether flag is valid or not. Members can PM Cheater Removers about specific dispute with facts Members can wait to see if the thread is opened for input and post if it does Cheater Remover checks on new, locked threads Professionally responds to the CoD/whatever threads that were never going to be lifted to begin with, thread remains closed. Opens thread for input from members to explain if the trophies are possible to earn in the time/order. Disputes are resolved based on factual input from members and responses from disputer
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    In one hand I held something amazing, in the other, an introduction to a world of confusion and disappointment....

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    2. starcrunch061

      starcrunch061

      Disagree about ET. I got it for Christmas back in the day, and we took it back on my birthday (two days later).

       

      But man, I miss those days, when getting a game was a big deal. Atari games often ran for $30-$40, and those were early 80s dollars!

    3. PSXtreme_

      PSXtreme_

      To each their own, that's why it's called an opinion.

       

      I remember most releasing for $49.99...but Pac-Man was $59.99

    4. starcrunch061

      starcrunch061

      I do remember Pac-Man for $60. It sold a ton of copies, too.

       

      Adventure (my personal favorite game on the system) was $29.99 at release. Value, baby!

  6. https://psnprofiles.com/trophies/9817-travis-strikes-again-no-more-heroes-complete-edition Shows a release date of January 1, 1970. Actual release date is October 17, 2019.
  7. This is where you'd want to post this information:
  8. @BlindMango Do you know if this is on the radar?
  9. See this thread:
  10. We did have PS Now on the Vita for a very, very short window. 5G in it's current incarnation is a terrible match for a handheld. It can't penetrate buildings and is a pretty big power hog. I still think Sony has an eye on the mobile market and will wait for the right timing to jump back in. Possibly in the fashion you bring up "PS Now Light" or in the traditional sense.
  11. This is not an epiphany, but rather an acknowledgement: 

     

    I have amassed an absurd amount of computer technology and action figures over the last 30+ years.

     

    My goal is to sell at least half of it before the end of next year.

     

    I told my wife that doesn’t include any of my video game stuff and she huffed off. 
     

    Maybe I’ll post pictures of the action figures here as I go through them. 

  12. They did. It was called Playstation Mobile. Sony shut it down a while ago. I think that we will if things align just right. Right now, even the next couple years: No.