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  1. I'm sure it looks absolutely spiffing on your prog scan BVM, but I don't have one. Never looked better as in, this is the best I've seen this 480i content.
  2. You have to set one Switch as Primary and the other as Secondary. The Secondary Switch needs to check-in online so I'll be keeping my OG Switch in the dock as secondary and the Switch Lite as Primary. You can seemingly switch your Switches to and from primary and secondary as much as you like if done via the Switch UI. If you "deactivate" with Nintendo web browser it can nuke everything. Cloud Saves work well. Some games don't support cloud saves but you can wirelessly move saves between two machines so it doesn't really matter.
  3. I guess it's personal preference, but I have a 20L4 and -used to- have a consumer set and I love 480i on the 20L4. PS2 and Gamecube stuff has never looked better imo!
  4. There's nothing wrong with 480i...it is what it is, and the high TVL won't make it look any worse It also looks like the 20L5 was never released over here in the UK.
  5. So for all you people like me who are getting a Switch Lite even though you already own a Switch and intend on keeping both and switching between them... this YouTube video sums up the quirks quite well. Pardon the thumbnail, also it's 15 minutes long because of course it is.
  6. Mylifeingaming have a good take on the SNES Switch stuff. Seems to be the best emulated SNES stuff that Nintendo have ever put out!
  7. Don't give up. Keep on going!
  8. For the price, it's still really awesome. Looks to be a little bit superior to the Nintendo offerings.
  9. I'd recommend watching the film first, which is on Netflix and it's both short and simple. I watched ep.1, realised I remembered nothing about the film as I had not seen it since I was a teenager, then watched it before moving onto ep.2
  10. Not to derail into a Control discussion, but what I've found with Control that had to click with me is how to use "Aim down sites". On console at lease - if you DON'T ADS there's a health amount of auto-aim (and the reticle turns red when in range) and the stick movement is tuned for fast movement, so I play it that way most of the time. If you DO ADS, it's quite slow with little auto-aim, so I only really use it when picking off targets far away. Gears has always been the opposite. You blind fire to suppress or stop charging enemies, and most of the time when you're popping out of cover your ARE ADS. They're different games. tl;dr - with Control try to beat off the urge to aim down the sites all the time. Do it only when shooting things far off and you'll have more fun with it.
  11. Can I not yet purchase the Snes controller?
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