Jump to content


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

2,635 All-Pro

About showtime


  • NFL Team
    Seattle Seahawks
  • NBA Team
    Seattle SuperSonics =(

Recent Profile Visitors

1,716 profile views
  1. Xbox Series X

    I think a lot depends on the price point. If they can somehow make the Series X a price that can compete with the PS5, then that would be amazing. Everyone is assuming the PS5 will cost $500. I'm going to be honest, even if the Series X is more powerful, a $600 price tag is kind of hard to swallow. This is just a scenario - what if the Series X is more powerful, but cost $500 or even $550, the same price as the PS5. What would happen then?
  2. Cyberpunk 2077

    I was as well. I bought the PS4 first. Eventually got both consoles over time.
  3. Xbox Series X

    Also, on a side note. 120 FPS confirmed!!!! That's what I really wanted.
  4. Xbox Series X

    I agree, that's very interesting. Reports have always said that Microsoft's console will be 12 teraflops and Microsoft confirmed that today. Similar reports have said that the PS5 will be 9 teraflops. I'm wondering what the price difference will be, if any. This would be a lot different than the Xbox One and PS4 launches, if the Xbox is still more expensive. Back then, there was a useless device (the Kinect) that drove up the price. In this case, if the console is substantially more powerful people might be willing to pay for that.
  5. Cyberpunk 2077

    I agree and so do a lot of other people. The thing is, Sony is so far ahead (look at PS4 sales vs Xbox One sales) that they might not need or care to match this. Sony has shown their willingness to do this in the past. Most recently, they were heavily against cross play for the longest time. It wasn't until recently that they full got on board with it. I play Smite and PS4 would not allow cross play with the Xbox, Switch or PC for a long time. There was huge outcry from Sony's fanbase so that + other factors made them change.
  6. Cyberpunk 2077

    Yeah, you can probably play the PS4 Cyberpunk disk on the PS5, but what people are concerned about is there will eventually be a graphically updated version of Cyberpunk that gets released on the PS5. Would they have to pay for that? In the past, gamers did have to pay. When GTA 5 came out on the PS3, you had to pay like $20 to upgrade to the enhanced PS4 version of the game.
  7. Cyberpunk 2077

    It's interesting there's no conformation from Sony about this feature. Microsoft has already said they are doing everything they can to make sure games people buy on the Xbox One are playable to them on the Series X when the game gets upgraded for those consoles. They've already said if you buy Halo Infinite on the Xbox One, you will get the upgraded Series X version for free.
  8. Cyberpunk 2077

    I already knew this would be on the next gen consoles, but it's also at no cost if you purchase the game on current gen consoles
  9. This seems pretty spot on to me. EDIT: I have no idea why it cut off the majority of your writing in your breakdown, but that's what I was trying to highlight.
  10. NFL To Revamp Playoffs; Add 7th Team with Only 1 1st Round Bye

    Take this year as an example. If the Titans had made it to the Superbowl, the game would have most likely been horrendous. Teams like the Titans is pretty much only fun for hardcore football fans like us. When talking about the Superbowl, there are millions that watch who aren't hardcore fans and then they see them getting pummeled by the 49ers 40-3, it won't be as fun for them.
  11. NFL To Revamp Playoffs; Add 7th Team with Only 1 1st Round Bye

    So then what would be the significance of having divisions at all?
  12. NFL To Revamp Playoffs; Add 7th Team with Only 1 1st Round Bye

    In theory, isn't that what casual fans and a lot of people want? The two best teams in the NFL (record wise) playing each other in the SB.
  13. “That’s why I wanted out: I never felt like the [Bengals] organization was really trying to win a Super Bowl, and really chasing a Super Bowl,” Palmer told Damon Amendolara. I mean, that is a actual former Bengals player who was also a QB and #1 overall pick. Isn't their owner and front office also notorious for penny pinching?