If every game nowadays wasn’t 100gb, I wouldn’t have this problem.
@SsumGuy, BUT MUH GRAFIKS
@Langenator, gameplay over graphics any day. Imagine if in AAA games they put the same money they put into graphics, into making the games fun to play. It's a cursed statement I know but someone has to say it.
@owanobi, big companies now just want to have impressive numbers to show off at e3 which is precisely why a good chunk of new games have basically no replay value yet Skyrim still has an active fanbase cause that game is still fun 9 years later
@Langenator, MUH UNCOMPRESSED AUDIO FILES*!
I still think 2 TB is a lot
@Owlrus98, i still think 50 GB is a lot
@Owlrus98, yeah I have 1 TB, and 55 games installed. Some of them are pretty small games, but that cuts it down to about 50.
@Owlrus98, I put a 2tb drive in my pro 5 years ago before you could use external drives for games and data. The HDD started failing making games like Spiderman stop and load in the horizon frequently. I thought it was Sony doing an update to make PS4 slow like apple allegedly does.
When the drive failed, I lost so much stuff. Still, I put an old 500gb drive in and will make do until PS5 releases. Fun times
I got a 32MB memory card for my PS2 16 years ago, there’s still 12 MB free
Ice blue 8MB PS2 memory card 😍
Yeah well some games take up like 130GB. *Looking at you red dead*
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, *Laughs in CoD Warzone.*
That's a couple weeks worth of updates!
500GB in the PS4 and 64GB in the Switch and they both practically empty... The fact that I buy almost exclusively physical copies may have something to do with this...
@EthanSilver, true, until you get a beast of an update on day one and it installs the while thing to HDD, like spiderman and gt5