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- 12 Mar 2012
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Senior Gamers [SNR] is a multi-platform gaming community formed in 2012. We welcome all adults aged 18+ years, we're not specifically for senior citizens! Our name is just to show that we're not for kids.
We used this website from June 2012 until March 2020. Technology moved on during this time and we have now moved to Discord. If you are familiar with it already you'll know how quick and easy it is to use. If you haven't tried it yet, you really should!
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Don't know, hope the old Move stuff does work. Don't know if they'll release a Move 2.0 with the Move light sensor thingy built into the PS4 controller.I'm guessing that the new eyetoy will be an optional extra just like the last one, It'll probably only have a few games that will utilise it properly.
Will the Move equipment work with the PS4 or will they release Move 2.0?
Yes, you have misunderstood. Look at it again, it comes with a controller and mono headset, the camera is separate as I already stated.Looks pretty much as it should look. The PDF file says that you get a controller and a playstation camera with it. Have i misunderstood?
Not really.The PDF file is a bit confusing though if you read it , looks like the PS4 comes with both a dual shck and camera. Not that I really want a camera to be honest.
US sales tax can be up to 12% http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sales_taxes_in_the_United_States#Summary_table.I cant really get my head around the price though.
If its $399 dollars that equates to €300 or £255 at today's exchange rates.
Now I understand that the US price does not include sales tax which can be anything from about 3% - 9% add to the dollar price; so they'll end up paying an extra 10 or 40 dollars depending on where they live for the console.
However if you add our VAT at 20% onto £255 you get £306 with Tax. So why are we being asked to pay £44 more in real terms than the Americans?