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  1. Haha, I know! I'm not a fan of FPS games so I skipped it. I feel I disappointed the internet as a whole, but meh I'll likely never play DOOM Eternal anyway. #sorrynotsorry
  2. If you always assume the worst, you'll never be disappointed, and more often pleasantly surprised! #lifehack
  3. Can't wait to swing by GameStop later today and grab my copy. My daughter already pre-downloaded her digital copy on her Switch, so she's off to the races. My son wasted his eShop credit on V-bucks, so he's sitting out for a while. Fortnite claims another victim...!
  4. I thought the first post was going to be "....we broke up." Which would have been a depressing thread. INSTEAD! This thread has been comedy gold. Well played, all.
  5. Yup! And if the PS5 releases this year, I’ll be 40 when that comes out. Too bad the PS3 came out in 2006. It would have been “in sync” with a new PlayStation console every five years for me (15 years old, 20 years old, 25 years old - until PS4, which got pushed back due to the unusually lengthy last generation). Maybe we can substitute in Sony’s first handheld, the PSP, as the Playstation that came out when I was 25. [/end_self_indulgent_post]
  6. Well, I played the OG Playstation in high school! But yeah I was in college when PS2 dropped. I am old, but I’m not *that* old!
  7. PS2 is 20 years old...when it came out, I was 20 years old myself. For some reason, that hurts.
  8. So as the title says. I'm looking for a good repeater for my home Wi-Fi. What I have works "OK" but I find when I'm in my basement the connection is a little funky. Not a big deal with my Switch, by my PS4 is permanently in my basement and not having a good connection down there...well, it ain't no good. Suggestions? Is the Google repeater a decent option? Also, any suggestions for a quality home printer? I buy a lot of retro games from the PS2/Xbox/Gamecube era and a lot of those games don't come with original artwork. So I typically print the case art online and put them in the DVD cases, but the printer I have is YEARS old and I think I need an upgrade to something more high-quality. Any suggestions for that is helpful as well. Thank you in advance!
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