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Thread: The Soulja Boy Poop Out of Mouth Out - Atari Zombie Inside (or maybe not)

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    *sigh* I have to dust and vacuum today

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    The current gen consoles have pretty small storage.
    Series S/X you can use external storage for BC games (XB1/360 & Xbox) but any current gen games need to be installed on internal storage.
    It will be a real issue sometime soon as you can't simply throw in a normal SATA drive or even some standard type of SSD.

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    yet another reason I'm glad I can't afford to keep up with gaming anymore.

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    Think I might've mentioned something about Australian consumer law here fairly recently, so read this if you have time...

    Nintendo will repair Joy-Cons for free without a purchase receipt

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlegion View Post
    Think I might've mentioned something about Australian consumer law here fairly recently, so read this if you have time...

    Nintendo will repair Joy-Cons for free without a purchase receipt
    yeah I read about that some time ago big N had to do that here too though from what I've been seeing drift is still a big issue.

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    I think in the US you still need a receipt or some proof of purchase though.
    Here you only need the serial number on the device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grouch View Post
    yet another reason I'm glad I can't afford to keep up with gaming anymore.
    Older games are better anyway .

    Getting around to it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Guile View Post
    Mouldy games are better anyway .
    Fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlegion View Post
    I think in the US you still need a receipt or some proof of purchase though.
    Here you only need the serial number on the device.
    I think I seen some people that were getting repairs without but it's the internet so
    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Guile View Post
    Older games are better anyway .
    sometimes. well ps3 is old now so yeah never mind

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    Did you fix your ps3 Grouch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadlegion View Post
    Did you fix your ps3 Grouch?
    no but I'm trying to find someone that can kinda thinking about giving up on it and buying an external hdd enclosure so i can use the hdd out of it it's either a 250gb or 500gb I don't remember.

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    This Minecraft has to be one of the dumbest games I've ever played

    Sorry Grouch


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    it's not for everybody.
    found out some was working on one for ps2 I tried it earlier but it wouldn't launch think I'll try it again tomorrow.

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    Look how high you can build in Craftopia lol



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    another long boring weekend.

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