These kind of threads kind of have me wonder a little bit. With all this bitterness and general scorn on Xbox, what kind of response would a subscription based SteamPass do to pc people? Would all this negativity carry over there too? With SteamPass, what’s the point of Steam sales sure, but GamePass devs say that sales actually improve once their game is on gamepass. 🤔
In the last bunch of years I slowly went from cheap to better beds. Many of them were too firm for me, but I never had the chance to decide much on my bedding back then.
I had some old Sealy posturepedic a long while ago, a firm Denver Mattress I didn’t like, a cheap Dreamfoam thing, and finally one from QVC because it was on sale: Scott Living. That last one.. Unfortunately, I don’t think it’s worth the hype...
Anyway, my newer one that I’m looking forward to receiving is finally coming today. To enjoy for hopefully many years from now to come: is a Nest Bedding Alexander Hybrid. It seems perfect for what I want, the price seems right to me, and I’m a little glad I didn’t give into the Casper Nova or Puffy Lux mattress hype I almost bought. Actually, I had bought Ghostbed Flex first, had 2nd thoughts because it seemed too memory foamy for me, so I cancelled it and got my money back. Nectar Lush, I really wanted to try, but seemed still more expensive than the nest that I ordered.. I do love their commercials, though. Leesa hybrid fascinated me much, since at least since the cover is so different. Brooklyn Bedding Aurora, I really wanted to like because it seems like such a good value, but I just thought it seemed a little too traditional for me. I almost went with bear hybrid, but it just seemed a bit expensive for me, and it reminded me of Serta hybrid, like mixed in with Celliant or carbon fiber or something? It sounds a little too chemical type to me, idk.. The Winkbed I considered a lot, but I didn't like how much it dipped in the inner part, it just seemed weird to me.
You can research whichever for yourself if you would like, but I do genuinely wanna know your stories or review about your current mattress, your past ones and tales of woe with bad back or otherwise. Do you like your current mattress, how has it treated you and why? With my current Scott Living one I have right now: my shoulders and ankles hurt periodically because of this mattress, so I’m hoping that’ll go away soon-ish. My Slumber Yard, Sleep Advisor, and Mattress Nerd: both have good and knowledgeable reviews for many mattresses, I think.
The best mattress I remember sleeping on was one at a Best Western hotel I went to. I researched some, and I think it was a Beautyrest one. While I thought it was nice looking, I was just a little wary about the warranty and reviews, etc.
Nah, I really hope they don’t. I love these types of posts.
Sounds like The Oasis from Ready Player One game, only you’re you, playing the game. But you’re not really you you, you’re really You, Playing, the game. Like inside it mans. Lol And if you wanna say a dialogue choice, you just think it, and if you wanna do something, you just feel it. What if they had a COVID-19 Oasis event where you don’t just experience the event, but you see 100 years of what will happen in the future, and you really get to know what happens after the LOU. Lol.
@thepanzini: Even though that’s all like a thing, Xbox’s only job is simply spit out what the 3rd party devs edit in their studio. Trying to prove why these videogames exist is not their problem. Again, Microsoft simply needs to line up the you the in a neat little timeline in Media Composer, and they’re good. Their stage was simply their desks. Having to defend a 3rd party’s footage, is simply not their job.
It’s a early year May event, and their job is simply to entertain. Given that we’re gonna be on virus mode for a while. I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if PlayStation does something similar. Nvidia could have a show, they might as well. They also might simply edit out a timeline of unfinished products, of projects that are scattered across the world like bones tied together with string.
Xbox doesn’t control what Ubisoft edits and sends in to Xbox. It’s all about eh verbiage tbh. Looking at the promo image, it reads as First look at Xbox Series X gameplay. These companies I would expect to have their own event anyway, I would expect. EA is for sure, and I would expect Ubisoft to follow suit. This is literally just a bunch of trailer edited into a 30 minute video. Xbox did their job. It’s a first look, at gameplay.
Frankly I loved what I saw, and it was great watching during work hours, glancing over every once in a while. For a May event so early in the year before launch, it made me have a very nice smile.
Out of all that, Scarlet Nexus I’m probably looking forward to the most.