Well technically I played it for about 20 minutes at my dad's but not really. Certainly not enough to judge it.Have you tried Hades yet? Free on GP but us Sony stooges have to pay £20.
You've just reminded me I still have SS in it's wrappingWell technically I played it for about 20 minutes at my dad's but not really. Certainly not enough to judge it.
I've got it installed ready to go but I'm trying to get through Skyward Sword first before starting a new game - I'm OCD like that.
I mean, you could say that about the design and size of the console full stop to be fair. It's like they told some guy to make the most ridiculous design possible and after that they figured out how to make it actually function. At least the MS approach of "uhh...just like.. make a PC?" is somewhat practical.Yeah I have mine on my side and it’s crap - they really ought to have come up with something better.
It's a verses thread it's not meant to be taken seriously.
Welcome to the better gaming experience.I swapped my PS5 for an Xbox. I've never had an Xbox before and mainly did it for Flight SIM. But my take:
The PS5 controller is far superior. Ergonomics might be a matter of taste but the PS5 controller feels a better quality product. The Xbox has noisy, plasticy buttons and the PS5 has good sound from it and the feedback is far more subtle. Both have poor battery life.
On the other hand I think the Xbox is quieter. To my ears the PS5 had some light coil whine even under no load. The Xbox is near silent.
The PS5 disc drive makes a racket and is constantly reading the disc.
Completely subjective but I prefer the way the Xbox blends into a TV stand. More compact, less juvenile, PS5 stand is atrocious, feels like it cost 5 pence to make.
Game Pass is a very good product, there's no arguing that. At least 8 games on my list to play and more coming to it all the time. I had many free games from PSN but it was a lottery each month quality wise and my library was quite unappealing looking back at it.
Personally I prefer the PS5 menu system and definitely trophies are FAR better than achievements. But the former may just be my comfort zone, in time it may change - overall I think both setups are fine.