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  1. James K says:

    I have two games on the go right now:
    1) The Remastered Crash Bandicoot trilogy is out for the Switch, so I’m playing through that. The first game is really too hard to be fun, but the second and third strike a good balance.
    2) on PC, I’m playing West of Loathing. It’s a western-themed RPG with stick figure art. It’s also utterly hilarious.Report

  2. Damon says:

    I looked at SSDs when I got my current PC. I wanted a TB of space and IIRC that size wasn’t available.

    Speaking of my current PC, it suddenly decided to “turn off” and won’t turn on again. Power issue…so I’m back on the prior machine, which is….oh 10 years old. So, won’t be playing any current games. I booted up a old copy of Marathon and have been playing the trinity while the PC wizards figure out the problem with my newer box. Hopefully, it will be a nominal charge. I’m itching to play Fallout 4 some more and the new System Shock.Report

    • Brandon Berg in reply to Damon says:

      Standard practice is to have a smaller SSD for the OS and frequently-used programs, and a spinny drive for extra storage space. You can get a 256GB SSD, which should be at least enough for the OS and a handful of fairly large games, for about $60, and even a terabyte is under $200 now.

      If you’re not being paid to wait for your computer to boot, it’s worth it to get an SSD.Report