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10. Re: Evening Interviews Nov 11, 2017, 11:32 HorrorScope
 
Dacron wrote on Nov 10, 2017, 21:45:
$600 for VR, or $600 for new games.

One will give me thousands of hours of entertainment, the other hopefully has games for it in a few years and a few niche products now.

Tough call.

It seems logical but just a way to make right in your decision.

First you can get in for $400.

Why buy a $400 video card upgrade when I already have an ok one and that can go to $400 more in games?

Problem probably is, I already have more games then time, so I don't even have to put dollars towards games at all. Probably more an addiction than smart thinking.

VR, do I want to experience something different?
Or am I content with the same games in general over and over?
Or do both.
 
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