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Elephant in the room is if this cost cutting measure was applied to the base M2 Air as well.
I’m planning on getting my partner an Air and only getting the memory upgrade along with that (she doesn’t use a ton of storage on her current computer). I really don’t want to buy the 512GB version if I can avoid it since the memory upgrade is already so pricey.
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I get the sense these are from Sony Electronics and not SIE (like the Pulse). Hopefully SIE gave them access to system-level controls like the Pulse gets on PS5, but I’m very intrigued to see what Sony does with a separate gaming brand geared towards PC users.
I’ve been dying for a pair of ANC headphones with system controls for my PS5. I thought it would come in the form of a "Pulse 3D Pro" headset from PlayStation but I’ll happily grab these if they get the same first party treatment on console.
So charge more for it. I’m skeptical it’s worth full price at launch.
Certainly could be like RE:2. If they fully redid the maps and set pieces, I’d be more convinced. Hearing that they wanted to be unencumbered by tech implies that at least. Right now all they’ve really said is there’s new enemy AI, which is cool but I need to see more.
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I paid $10 for uncharted legacy of thieves which was more of an "upgrade" than a remaster. Given how extensive this is, and just how many people bought the game on sale, $20-$30 would be a fair upgrade charge. Asking full price is pretty rich and this better be one hell of a remaster.
Paying for an upgrade counts as an upgrade path. I paid them full price already. Happy to pay $10-$20 for the update. I literally just did this with Uncharted 4. Not as extensive a remaster as this, so charge more for this one.
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No upgrade path for existing owners is a big oof.