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  • Birthday 06/16/1992

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  1. ^ What he said.
  2. Elfen Lied That is all.
  3. N64

    I don't know anything about trying to buy some nowadays, but I'd agree with the idea that people are trying to sell them for outrageous prices thinking they're worth something. For games though: Super Smash Bros still holds it's own to this day. Perfect Dark is another solid one but it requires the memory expansion card to play the campaign. Worth it though. And for the love of god why did you not mention Ocarina of TIme?
  4. This topic was well timed because just a few hours ago I decided to play some Destiny for the first time in a week or so and chose to start with some multiplayer. The first match was a nailbiter where we were behind most of the match but ended up winning by mere seconds right at the very end. Mostly because of some incredible plays this one other guy and I pulled off together by the seat of our pants. I was shaking from the adrenaline afterwards and decided to quit while I was ahead. After that one match I switched to Fallout 4. Moral of the story is that I rarely play so well but a short break was all it took this time I guess.
  5. If you really want, I can still hack you though.
  6. I saw the same references you did and that was also my only possible solution I haven't tried yet. The manual shows a computer connection using an HDMI to DVI adapter. I don't really care about hooking my comp to it, but I considered seeing if using an adapter for the PS4 fixes it. Problem was that I don't have one, so I'll have to make a trip to the store before I can try. And the FORMAT button doesn't change any formatting options for HDMI inputs. It's locked at Standard. That's another reason I considered DVI. Even if it overscans DVI I could at least, theoretically, mess with formatting settings to get it to fit. If I try that and it doesn't work I'll have to do what DiSiAC said and find a service manual (ffffs). Thanks guys, I'll get back to you with what I find. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is probably going to merge my posts so I left this border. ISSUE SOLVED To wrap up this thread: I got my hands on a HDMI -> DVI adapter and it did the trick. The DVI input has only 2 picture formatting options: Standard and Reduced. Reduced scales the picture down by about 5% or so. It leaves a small black border around the screen, but everything works fine and I'm okay with that. Only a couple of applications would actually be reduced anyway, most everything else works with Standard. Just want to take a moment and publicly thank you two for taking the time to offer some really good educated advice. Good lookin' out, bros.
  7. It's a Mitsubishi WD-65732. It's an older DLP 1080p television. I very rarely have any issues with it, but the biggest nuisance is the terrible overscan that crops up on with certain inputs and this blasted TV has absolutely no setting to disable overscan in the menus. With PC input I just scale it on the gpu drivers and it works fine. There's no display problems with anything else though, with the exception of a couple PS4 games: Diablo 3 and Skyrim. Diablo 3 I can just set the UI safe area and call it good, but Skyrim doesn't play so nice. I've been dealing with this for a long time now but it's finally getting annoying and I want to figure out how to get rid of it. I'm curious if any of you have heard of this or struggled with it yourselves. To save some of you the time of posting suggestions I've already exhausted: 1. No, there is no setting in the video settings of the PS4 to combat this. None whatsoever. This is strictly a television issue, and not at all a PS4 issue. 2. Yes, I've dug through every menu on the TV and researched every possible configuration to beat it. The truth is that this TV has like basically no menu at all other than the input selector. 3. And yes, I've read the owner's manual in it's entirety, found here: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/104600/Mitsubishi-Wd-Y57aa.html#manual I'm just at a complete loss and am open to any suggestions.
  8. Mines right on the floor. But it's deep in the corner of a room without a lot of traffic.
  9. I think where I have my computer right now is pretty shielded from dust compared to where I've had it in the past. When I had to open my computer a few weeks ago I glanced at the filters and they were still pretty dang clean. They haven't been cleaned in about 18 months.
  10. Medium rare to medium, but I'll eat it very rare as well, too. I tend to dislike super rare meats because the blood all runs into your other food, like typically mashed potatoes, and nobody likes watery mashed potatoes. If I had a separate plate just for the meat, I'm game though. For leanness, I don't care. I'll eat the chunks of fat too, sometimes that's the best part. I hate tough meat though.
  11. Hola
  12. Well, the only reason I bought a 360 was for Halo 3. The only reason I bought a Gameboy Advance was for Golden Sun. The only reason I bought a Nintendo DS was for Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. I'm a fanboy dude. If they brought it into the 21st century, I'd pay top 21st century dollar for it.
  13. Um... why not?
  14. Like anything by Naughty Dog for the Playstations
  15. What really remains to be seen is what kind of content they'll have for it. That's what will make or break it. If they did a remastered version of Atari Porn I'd buy it.