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#1 Edited by Colt45 (91 posts) -

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Oh yeah, I remember that (terrible) show. Wasn't it My Life Is a Sitcom?

I'm glad I emptied out that memory to make room for other stuff.

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#2 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

This might be a weird answer, but I've been using the PS4's browser ever since the Roku app went all borky.

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#3 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

Looking forward to IOI's brand new franchise: Assassin Guy.

(but the serious answer would probably be some Red Dead 2 stuff)

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#4 Edited by Colt45 (91 posts) -

Jason has untangled the studio cables of my heart.

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#5 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

This is all a bummer to hear. I thought Edge was supposed to fix a lot of the compatibility issues IE had. I hope the problem gets fixed for you soon, duder.

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#6 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

Welcome to the site, duder!

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#7 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

I've been traveling a lot lately, so my 3DS has come in handy. I randomly picked up my last Bravely Default save. Man that game has some personality. Also, like Brad, I'm a sucker for job systems. (Good idea for a thread).

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#8 Edited by Colt45 (91 posts) -

Sorry to hear that, duder. Maybe try taking it back to the store to see if you can at least get a replacement joycon? It doesn't necessarily mean the whole system is shot (even if some of those sync-loss videos going around last week were a bit alarming).

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#9 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

@anduran: That post made me barf, but in adoration.

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#10 Posted by Colt45 (91 posts) -

You might also want to check out Blender. It's primarily used for 3D modeling and animation, but it has a pretty robust video editor, too. It's free and cross-platform. It can look intimidating at first; but if I can figure it out, anybody can. There are tons of tutorials out there.

I work in Linux a lot, so Blender is my usual go to for video projects. It won't replace things like Premiere or Final Cut, but it works.