So I've been able to nail down my S-Video quality problem: my switchboxes. I have a Dynex AV/Switch from Best Buy that has S-Video and Composite and I have a Radioshack 4 way S-Video/Composite switch box, and when both are used, produce a noticeable checkerboard/interference signal when recording. So I probably didn't even have to buy those expensive-ass S-Video cables. Oh well. Does anybody have any experience with this? As in good quality, signal-isolated, interference-free S-Video switchboxes? I'm having a hard time.
I have all my Steam games there because of scripts, I've yet to add my physical games. I just finished adding all of my Steam games (sans a few not in the database) by hand to RF Generation to further my shame. I have everything except my digital PSN/XBLA/NN collections on there now.
I had this mindset but I'd like to be able to quickly bring up a list of games I already own when I spot something I want in public, because unfortunately I'm an awful person and chances are I already own it. Putting in my Steam list is taking quite a bit longer than I wanted; I wish it would choose between Steam or IBM PC, jeeze.
I want to get Rock Band 4 for my get togethers, but it's pretty fucking expensive, all things considered. I'll wait for a price drop if it happens. On another note, for you guys that use RF Generation/do game cataloging, do you put digital games under a different collection, or just mark it as not having a box or manual? Trying to decide how to go about doing it.
Since this is the 7th highest rated video game of all time (and yes I realize the weighted average is still a little unfair towards everything else, but still) it's actually become required for me to play this, since of course everyone tells me this is the best game they've ever played. I was going to wait on a sale like Jazz but I think I'll go ahead and pick it up on payday.
It's also going to release on the PC if you have one capable of running games. I like my Xbox One, it has plenty of good exclusives, but I don't feel like the purchase has truly been worth it. I think I'd feel that way about the PS4 as well though. I just have too many games to play.
Oh really? That's a shame, I thought that was pretty much the only version left people could play easily with each other, other than PSO2 of course but you have to go through quite a bit getting that to work.