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PS5 Discussion / Re: PS5 is revealed!
« Last post by Titan on June 11, 2020, 07:31:24 PM »
Well I remember there was a lot of hate on the PS2 design. Actually, some commentary I still see today looking back on it, it's still considered controversial in some respects. And the PS3? We all remember the hate they got for the whole pre and post launch. The Spiderman font is still made fun of lol. But really, at the end of the day whether I like it or hate it, Sony is still getting my money for it. They could have nailed the motherboard to a block of wood and called it a day and I'd still end up forking over money for it, lol.
Off-Topic / Re: Going to be migrating to the new domain soon
« Last post by Paul2 on June 11, 2020, 06:16:55 PM »
no problems.  sounds cool. B)
PS5 Discussion / Re: PS5 is revealed!
« Last post by Paul2 on June 11, 2020, 06:11:31 PM »
i remember just hours ago i voted that i like the ps5 design on ign.com but thinking it more thoroughly.  i don't like it that much.  some commentators said it looks like a router, lol.  i think ps5 is my least favorite console design out of all 5 ps franchise.  my most favorite ps design from most to least is ps2, ps4, ps1, ps3, and ps5 last.
Off-Topic / Going to be migrating to the new domain soon
« Last post by Titan on June 11, 2020, 02:55:18 PM »
Sorry guys. I've been sidetracked with a lot of things going on with this corona virus thing but I'm going to be working on switching to our new domain name in the coming days. It's going to be psx5central.com (obviously). But I'm going to put a permanent redirect from the current domain name and keep paying for it for the foreseeable future so if you forget, it'll redirect to the new one :)
PS5 Discussion / PS5 is revealed!
« Last post by Titan on June 11, 2020, 02:52:19 PM »
I admit, I haven't seen the event today but I will after my game tonight (got caught up in stuff today). But I did see the hardware reveal trailer. I'm liking the new design. Definitely futuristic and next gen. But what's something of note is it looks like they're releasing 2 versions of the console. One with a disc drive and one without. And I'm sure the one without with be at least 50 dollars cheaper if not 100 cheaper. That is bad news for GameStop.

And here's a link to today's live stream if you missed it.

PS5 Discussion / Re: PS5 Event set for June 11
« Last post by Paul2 on June 11, 2020, 02:25:58 AM »
that is nice sony is donating $1 million dollars to black causes. B)
Gaming Discussion / Re: COVID-19 and my rediscovery of my gaming roots
« Last post by Paul2 on June 10, 2020, 12:07:07 PM »
i would like to add that 2 nights ago, i realized something that i didn't post until today because i was tired.  even if i did exaggerate my creativity, its not a crime, illegally, broke the law, or that big of a deal.  while over 2 years ago, a guy threw disc golfs against the outside of the restroom wall at the park and as i walked out of the restroom, one of the disc golfs hit me on my upper left arm.  he was standing like 15 to 20 ft away from the restroom as he threw the disc golfs onto the restroom wall.

i have strong to very strong suspicion he threw the disc golf at me on purpose because the last disc golf that the threw was into the big entrance and as i was walking out of the big entrance and it hit me on my upper left arm.  there is a small hallway to the big entrance and there is a screen window on top of the hallway wall and he probably sees my head sticking out of the window because i am very tall guy and as i walk toward the hallway and out the big entrance that he timed it and threw the disc golf for the last time and it hit me on my upper left arm. What he did is illegal, a crime (a small crime that is), and he broke the law.

i got a bruise on my upper left arm that i couldn't see that night at home inside room lighting.  they thought i was pretending that my upper left arm was in mild pain as i touched it as i put on my sweater.  the next day in the morning as i was walking on my way to mcdonald, i lifted up my left shirt's sleeve and i can clearly see the bruise on my upper left arm thanks to outdoor sunlight.  it was purple-ish, reddish, and yellowish.  it did prove that i am not lying when i said ouch a little the night before as i put on my sweater.

what i am trying to say is like they have double standard against me.  i didn't exaggerate, even if i did exaggerate, is not against the law and they drugged me like 600 times in this past 5 years and 7 months for something that is not big of a deal.  while the guy that threw disc golf at me gets to walk free, get no punishments, didn't get drug up, and he gets to live a normal life.  if it was me that threw disc golfs at the restroom and injured someone, they would put me in a mental hospital or worst than that, put me in jail.  they probably drug me up as they put me in mental hospital or jail for that matter.  its so unfair and unjust.  a big double standard.

Speaking about double standard.  George W. Bush is a great example of it.  He started the illegal war in Iraq and caused the unnecessary death of thousands of american soldiers and billion of dollars spent.  not only that but the terrorists in iraq hold grudges against the americans after bush started the war that they behead the americans.  after fighting the war in iraq for like 8 years and the american troops get to go home, like a couple years later, the terrorists in iraq rise again.  so much for fighting the war in iraq that the terrorists rise again.  This time, the iraq terrorists hold grudge against the americans that they behead the americans again.

in late 2014, george w. bush lied that it was the right thing to started the war in iraq.  again, clearly he lied.  not exaggerate but worst than exaggerate was that he lied.  its like an extremely big double standard is happening here.  george w. bush didn't get punish, walk free, lives a wealthy and privilege life, and get away with causing thousands of americans soldiers to die, a few americans got behead, and billion of dollars spent fighting the war in iraq.  Again, an extremely big double standard they have there.

Not only that but near the end of bush first time presidency, i was wrongly put in a mental hospital, and they poisoned me several times in mid june 2004 and the last time that they poisoned during that time in mid june 2004, they didn't give me antidote, a medicine called ativan, and i suffered the heart attack that lasted for over 10 hours before the heart attack, shortness of breathe, and head pain go away.  i also got blood came out of my nose around 30 minutes when i have the heart attack.

Then in late 2004, around early november 2004, they poisoned me for 4 days straight, twice a day, and 6 out of those 8 times of the drug they gave me were poisons before they stop poisoning me.  i struggle to breathe, have heart attack, and head pain for 4 days with very little sleep in those 4 days.  it seemed like forever.  what i am trying to say is i believe george w. bush granted the mental hospital the right to poison me.  he tried to kill me to do cover up and i am a innocent victim being victimize by george w. bush and that english teacher.

After i got released in late 2004 and the whole year of 2005, bush continued to abused his power by giving the dentists the right to ruin my teeth and inject something into my gum that make me bite myself a lot.  they also took a lot of x-rays of my teeth in those 1ish year too.

Then in late 2006, bush and that english teacher ruined my back and hip from tricking me into going to chiropractice to adjust my spine, neck, and left hip.  i went like 15 to 20 times before i stop going.  luckily they failed from making me paralyze from the neck down and my left hip didn't break off yet.  if i went for one more time, the risk is very high where my left hip might break off.

Then about some weeks later after i was tricked into getting chiropractice, i went to an optometrist and he put something in both my eyes that made my right eyeball moves back and forth a lot as if they controlled my right eyeball with some kind of electronic.  they also dented my right eyeball which make me feel sleepy like a coma.  they gave me glaucoma.  they made my eyes so sensitive that i blink a lot usually whenever i talk.

in 2005, i also got heart attack on 2 different times.  they also put something in my brain when they did a nose surgery.  i forgave this ear, nose, throat doctor when he did a malpractice in my nose in possibly early 1996 like january 1996. and in august 2005, i let this ear, nose, throat doctor did a surgery on my nose again.  i forgave him and i let him did the surgery again and he did that to me.  a very, very big betrayal i got from him.

in 2006, i also got poisoned 1 time in late may 2006 when they wrongfully put me in a mental hospital.  in early to mid december of 2007, they poisoned me 2 more times not long after i was wrongfully put in a mental hospital and got released.

what i am trying to say is, i got poisoned 12 times during bush's presidency and he granted the psychiatrists and doctors the right to poisoned me 12 times, command and granted the dentists the right to mess up my teeth and injected something into my gum that went into my right throat that made me bite my myself a lot, usually i bite my right arm a lot, command and gave chiropractic practitioner the right to ruin my back and hip.  command and gave the optometrist the right to ruin my right eyeball.

Bush did all of that, part of it because he is a racist and he gets away with it.  he didn't get punish nor get put in prison for countless crimes that he did.  this is like an extremely huge double standard they have compare him to me.  so unfair and unjust.
Happy Birthday board / Happy Birthday JBean
« Last post by Paul2 on June 09, 2020, 07:35:42 PM »
PS5 Discussion / PS5 Event set for June 11
« Last post by Titan on June 08, 2020, 09:37:57 PM »
Sony has announced the rescheduled date for their PS5 games event. They're likely to show off some really cool shit!


Sony resets PS5 games event for June 11, promises $1 million to black causes

Sony will show off new games for its PlayStation 5, launching in the fall. The event had been delayed to allow more focus on George Floyd protests.
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Sony's PS5 event has been moved to June 11.

Last week, Sony postponed a planned event to show off new games for its upcoming PlayStation 5 video game console, due later this year. At the time, the company said it wanted to "allow more important voices to be heard" as people around the world protested police misconduct and the killing of George Floyd.

Now Sony has a new date for its event: June 11, at 1 p.m. PT/4 p.m. ET. Sony's pretaped event will focus on games, but the company plans to make more announcements ahead of the PS5's launch sometime in the fall.
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The company recommends viewers wear headphones while watching the video, because it did "some cool audio work" that's harder to notice on a laptop or phone. Sony also said the event will stream at 1080p and 30 frames per second, much lower than the 4K quality the device is capable of showing. Sony said the video was reduced to ease the production process, since many staff and developers are working from home.
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In an exclusive interview with CNET, Sony's PlayStation CEO Jim Ryan said last week was "no time to celebrate" amid international turmoil and racial strife. But for him and for Sony, the past couple of weeks since graphic videos of Floyd's death while in police custody spread around the globe, have meant introspection about business practices, approach and diversity among his staff.
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"There are moments in life when something happens around you and you realize that what you've been doing is either not big enough, not good enough, or just wrong. This is such a moment," he said in an email exchange. "We are going to take a good hard look at how we behave as a company, and how we behave towards our community."

As part of that, Sony's PlayStation division pledged $1 million to causes supporting the black community.

The back and forth about Sony's event is the latest example of people and companies attempting to navigate the emotional turbulence gripping the planet. There's the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 7 million people around the world and killed more than 409,000 people since being first discovered in December. Governments across the globe have ordered quarantines of millions of people, nearly bringing economies to a halt and throwing tens of millions of people out of work. Now there are worldwide protests over Floyd too.

Sony's Ryan said the decision to delay the PS5 event was straightforward. The show was already taped and completed, he added, but last week didn't feel like a time to celebrate.
Gaming Discussion / Re: So I bought a Dreamcast
« Last post by Titan on June 07, 2020, 07:23:52 AM »
Nice, I've got a dreamcast, had it since launch. Bought the arcade stick for it too. One of the most underrated consoles ever. Most of the games I've got were easily AAA titles. Ohh.. and i only ever bought 1.  :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Nice! That arcade stick I think is hard to come by and wicked expensive. And agreed. Super under rated. PS2 is what basically finished it off. But people know that today and the Dreamcast is very collectible. I was having trouble getting one on eBay for a good price but I lucked out. But I do need to fix it. It's got that pesky problem of where it's not keeping the date and time lol. I'll be ordering a new battery holder and battery soon.

I'm gonna work on getting my Dreamcast online in the near future. It's amazing there's a dedicated online community still playing games. But since it came with a phone line modem, you need to attach it to a piece of hardware called DreamPi which you plug into your broadband network. Then the DreamPi tricks the Dreamcast into thinking it dialed into the internet. Pretty cool! And it's basically plug and play.
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