Have you tried the other ports to see if it does the same thing? I wonder just in case the port itself is bad, or a bad cable. If it does it all around it could be the TV needs a new firmware update. If one isn't available try a different TV and see what happens. If it doesn't on the other TV then it's your Visio; if it does it could be something in the PS4 Pro itself whether it's a setting or something else all together.
Are you 1080p or 4K? And what is your TV?
I pulled the HDD out, made sure the screws were tight, ran a can of air just in case, and plugged it back in. If you swap the HDD (meaning you put a new/different one in) yes that does wipe data. What I did doesn't.
All electronics over time store power in their capacitors, and over time they need to be disconnected every so often (and their power drained) otherwise it can cause problems down the road. I learned this both in college and working for HP doing tech support for almost 6 years. As far as re-seating the HDD it doesn't mean it wasn't screwed in correctly, sometimes parts can get loose (not from dropping but normal movement like cleaning an area, or rearranging) and just need to be rec...
I had a heart attack this morning from this update. I tried turning my system on (Pro version), and an error appeared asking me to reinstall the OS 4.70. So I tried turning the system back on (just in case), and it was all black with the "See user information..." but it wouldn't load. So I unplugged the system from the power, held the power button for 10 seconds (to drain the power stored into the system), re-seated the SSD I have (Samsung Evo 850), and the system restarted w...
From the pic she looks like Madison from Heavy Rain.
The problem with BC is the companies "think" we want these games instead of asking the community as a whole, and find other ways to introduce BC; like software emulation.
I want Sega to come back :( But Atari is welcomed as well.
I've met people who refuse to buy games if their trophies/achievements aren't something to borderline overnight. I've had more hours into games where unlockables were far more prominent than just some digital checklist. Some of my best gaming memories were something I unlocked, not a "ding."
I've noticed a lot of people wouldn't even purchase games if they didn't have trophies/achievements to begin with. I've mentioned certain older ...
I'd say it's more of Warframe meets Star Citizen meets No Man's Sky than Destiny.
Bioware has a lot to catch up on for me to be a customer again after the whole thing with Mass Effect Andromeda. And before people start arguing "You didn't play the new ME:A" yes I did on a friends account (before making any final decisions on purchasing) and I wasn't impressed at all. I played 1-3, and tested the new one, and decided not to buy it. Rather tha...
Remasters I'd take as long as they fixed bugs, added all content (not some, but all of it), and visual updates for todays technology.
There was one game remastered on the PS3 (forgot the name) where it was both the remaster and the original; to show how the game was updated from back then to today (at the time); those I'd welcome as well to show a difference in what was available as opposed to now. In fact I'd prefer both the original and remaster to show the ...
This article does bring up some valid points, especially towards the end about Xbox backwards compatibility and the release of the PS2 classics on PSN store.
I'd welcome both options actually; BC for discs gamers own, and a remaster for those who didn't get to play the game(s) during initial run, and don't want to pay $100+ because someone had to price gouge on Ebay/Amazon.
As I've said multiple times; there should be some sort of option...
"The setting, gameplay, enemies, or characters feel like they could have been pulled from any game. Filled with Health and Stamina bars, crafting menus, bullet time, and survival vision, Days Gone doesn’t do anything to distinguish itself from the masses."
One of two theories (or both):
1 - The demo (and/or videos) don't want to give away too much information, and the game gets negative feedback before release date. So Sony provides the vie...
"In the past a game would release, you play it and finish it, then wait multiple years for anything new from them."
I've played games in the past, and those experiences are BETTER than some of what released recently. Games back then were made to be complete, and what you bought is what you get; now it's "release now and add on later." It's not times changing, it's how stupid some of the customers are to spend b...
So, based off this article, "on paper" the Xbox X will be better, but won't really know 100% until both the console and games are released. I still need to see actual, exclusives in full effect before deciding if I want to give it a shot or not. Multiplats I can buy for either the PS4 or PC; I want to see some games only on Xbox that scream "play me, you won't regret it."
I identify myself as a toaster - check your privilege.
Seriously what's next, suing a questionnaire because they ask YOU to ID your gender, and someone gets upset because the list doesn't have what they want to be referred as?
With Xbox, I can only see this being another target for SJW and trolls.
For Mass Effect, I'd say Ashley and Kaiden from 1, not Mordin in 3.
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Without Sony I would have either found a new hobby, or stayed with Sega for their arcade perfect fighting games. Even if Sony ended it with the PS2/3 I'd still play those games since they had something a lot of games today are missing - charm.
Arcades brought me into the gaming world; Nintendo brought me into the "home" gaming world; Sega showed me there's a more, mature side to gaming; Sony kept me in the gaming scene.
"Microsoft went on stage, announced the DRM requirements, the bundling of the Kinect with every console, and a $499.99 price tag. All of this happened while Sony was frantically changing their E3 presentation at the last second. Sony backed out of the DRM plans, cut the mandatory bundling of the PlayStation Eye, and dropped the price by $100. Sony had planned to do everything Microsoft had done, but backed out because it was so poorly received, instead using the chance to kick their like...
Amazing how so many people argue the whole X play fiasco, yet overlook the one factor in this. Why work on something if it's never going to happen? Why put the time into making consoles play together if you know 100% the answer is no. Apparently something is preventing it, and once that something is fixed, it will happen.
I swear so many people don't know how to read between the lines. Instead, complain, bandwagon off each other, and look stupid instead of see...
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