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#1  Edited By Subscryber

Going to throw my hat in with the people saying the DualSense is not recommended. When I first got it, it felt like an amazing controller, but using it for a couple of months, I have found it to be one of the only controllers that causes me to have weird pain in my index finger from hitting the shoulder button and triggers. I do not have small hands. It's also quite heavy, the adaptive triggers are little more than a gimmick, and the fact that the face buttons are shallow and tend to get "creaky" with just a small amount of use, where they rub against the space they're set in (I have experienced this with a launch controller, and a new black controller that I just bought and will be returning.)

I hope they redesign the controller or allow us to use the DS4 for PS5 games, because I don't need to be giving myself weird finger pains.

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#2  Edited By Subscryber

@onemanarmyy: But that chorus does rhyme. Paradise and ride are slant rhymes, and it's actually easy to get away with slant rhymes in a song, because what's emphasized is the sustained vowel sound, "eye." Also, "addicted to you," and "love what you do" rhyme. Then, of course, we can't discount that this chorus also pays pretty good attention to its meter to create "symmetry" that way.

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#3  Edited By Subscryber

I never had to grind once in this game (and I did not do many side quests at all, I never do side quests in these kind of games). And I liked the puzzles. Platforming was almost entirely optional for a few items that didn't really matter unless you were a completionist. Enemies aren't tedious at all -- they all have a trick to beating them that functions like a combat puzzle. When you do that, then the enemies die quickly.

The only complaint I have with the game is that the puzzles can be a bit tedious, but the same can be said for puzzle games like The Witness or Baba is You, and those games don't intersperse puzzles with combat, and only 1/4 of the game is spent in the dungeons.

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#4  Edited By Subscryber

It's the disc drive. It spins up randomly for no apparent reason. Very common. It's not the fan. Sony actually has a bizarre fix for it on their troubleshooting page for it, where they ask you to put a disc in, and then use a screwdriver to manually eject the disc from the bottom of the chassis. I haven't tried it, but I have no idea why that would fix anything.

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