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56948 No. 56948 ID: cfe73e
Consoles for Christmas?
Gamestop, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon, etc. are offering discounts and bundles of PS4 & Xbox One consoles this Christmas season.
I just got an email coupon from Gamestop for a $299 deal on a 500 GB PS4 bundled with Star Wars Battlefront. Looks like I am finally getting one of those things.

What console deal would you recommend?
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Xbox One Vs. PS4: Which Console Has The Best Deals This Christmas?
It’s the holiday season, and that means it’s time to argue about video game consoles.
Yesterday, I argued that the PS4 is still the best choice this Christmas, in spite of the Xbox One’s major strides since last year.
But today, Microsoft announced that its myriad holiday bundles would be getting a $50 price-cut, bringing the cheapest Xbox One bundle in line with the current PS4 bundle deals.
So let’s take a look at both consoles and see what they have to offer. The PS4 and Xbox One both start at $299 in the lead-up to Christmas. Which is the better deal?

PlayStation 4 - On the PlayStation 4 side, only two bundles have really great deals going on—the same deals Sony offered on Black Friday.
-Sale Price: $299 down from $349
-‘Star Wars: Battlefront’ Bundle
-‘Uncharted: Nathan Drake Collection’ Bundle
There are other bundles, but none of them are as cheap or on quite as good a sale. The following vary in price from site-to-site (and The Taken King is sold out lots of places) but these are about as good as you’re going to get:
-‘Destiny: The Taken King’ PS4 Bundle ($399)
-‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ PS4 Bundle ($379)
-Star Wars: Battlefront’ Deluxe Bundle ($399)
All told, not a ton of options on the PlayStation 4 side of the aisle. Of all these bundles, The Taken King is by far the coolest. http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikkain/2015/12/09/xbox-one-vs-ps4-which-console-has-the-best-deals-this-christmas/
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PlayStation 4 500GB Console - Star Wars Battlefront Bundle
by Sony
List Price:$349.99
Price:$299.00 & FREE Shipping. Details
You Save:$50.99 (15%)
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01574SORE?keywords=ps4&qid=1449588486&ref_=sr_1_2&s=videogames&sr=1-2
>> No. 56951 ID: cfe73e
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Xbox One
On the Xbox One front, there’s quite a bit more to choose from, since every bundle is on the same $50-off sale.
Here they all are, though there’s no guarantee they’ll all be in stock. The sale is uniform, so you should be able to find these bundles priced accordingly wherever you shop. In other words, you shouldn’t pay a penny more.
On the low end we have the following:
Sale price: $299 down from $349
Xbox One “Gears of War: Ultimate Edition” Bundle
Xbox One “The Lego Movie Videogame” Bundle
The Gears of War bundle also gets you access to the Gears of War 4 multiplayer beta next year.

There’s a lot more to choose from in the next tier, however, and most of these come with a 1 TB harddrive instead of just 500 GB:

Sale price: $349 down from $399

Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle (Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, Rare Replay and a full-game download of Ori and the Blind Forest)
Xbox One “Rise of the Tomb Raider” Bundle
Xbox One with Kinect Bundle
Xbox One “Fallout 4” Bundle
Xbox One Limited Edition “Forza Motorsport 6” Console (Nearly sold out)
Xbox One “Madden NFL 16” Bundle
Xbox One “FIFA 16” 1TB Bundle
The Holiday Bundle seems like the best choice here, though both Madden and FIFA are nearly sold-out already. Can’t go wrong with Fallout 4 or Rise of the Tomb Raider, either.
One step up and we get into Halo 5 territory, as well as the “Elite” bundle which comes with a hybrid solid state drive and the terrific Xbox Wireless Elite Controller (review here.)
Sale price: $449 down from $499
Xbox One Limited Edition “Halo 5: Guardians” Bundle
Xbox One Elite Bundle
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So What’s The Best Deal?
Looking over all of this, one thing is decidedly clear: Xbox One offers consumers more choices this holiday season than the PS4. While both systems only have two bundle deals for $299, Microsoft has seven at $349. Sony has several at the $399 price-point, and Xbox One has zero in that range, but there’s no denying the Xbox One’s overall lead in pure variety.
Does that make it the best game system for holiday shoppers, either getting this as a gift or taking advantage of the sales for their own sake? That’s less clear-cut.
PlayStation 4 is more powerful.
The important thing to note here is that while both systems are really great, the PS4 does have an edge when it comes to horsepower. It’s simply the more powerful of the two, and that means that especially when it comes to cross-platform games, you’ll often see the better performance, resolution, frame-rate, and so forth on the PS4.
Read More – Gift This, Not That: Rise of the Tomb Raider Vs. Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection
Xbox One has the better holiday exclusives.
On the other hand, Xbox One fans are correct to point out that as of this Christmas, Microsoft’s console has a better line-up of recent exclusives. Sony has the indies wrapped up, but the only AAA PS4 exclusive released for the holidays was a remaster of the first three Uncharted games.
Bloodborne is the best game of this generation, but for many gamers that’s not enough to sell a system. Meanwhile Xbox One has Halo 5 and Rise of the Tomb Raider, both released in the run-up to the holidays.
Some of it boils down to personal preference.
For some people, like myself, the user interface of the PlayStation 4 is better; others prefer the new and improved Xbox One UI (which is better than before, though still far from my favorite.) Some people enjoy the “entertainment hub” nature of the Xbox One, while others only use these systems to play games. These secondary questions are almost too subjective to argue, and boil down to personal preference.
The most important questions when buying a console are: Is the price right? Do I enjoy the games? Which controller do I prefer? And do I have friends playing on one system or another that I’d like to be able to play along with?
Purely in terms of holiday bundle deals, Xbox One comes out on top. In terms of a future-proof investment in gaming, I think the PS4 is still the better buy given its graphical edge. The Xbox One also has more and more recent AAA exclusive games this holiday season, though you’ll want to keep an eye on upcoming exclusives as well.
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The 2016 game lineup is important.
Xbox One has Quantum Break, Gears of War 4, Scalebound, and Crackdown 3 coming up in 2016. Meanwhile, on Xbox One and PC we’ll see Halo Wars 2, Fable Legends and Below.

PS4 has Uncharted 4, Ratchet & Clank, Horizon Zero Dawn, The Last Guardian (hopefully,) No Man’s Sky, and Street Fight V—all coming in 2016, with other games coming up with no set release date (let alone year.)

It’s going to depend on which of these you prefer, but 2016 looks like a better year for PlayStation. That’s partly my own personal bias speaking, of course. Outside of Scalebound and Below, the PS4 lineup just hews closer to my own taste in video games.

So then…?

Honestly, I’m still going to recommend PS4 as the better buy, even though Xbox One has more options and better holiday exclusives. Indeed, taken out of the context of next year’s lineup, Xbox One certainly looks like the better choice at first blush. That speaks volumes to how far along the system has come.

But for me, even though I don’t believe graphics are everything, I’m going to go with the system that offers the better performance. Ultimately, both systems have compelling exclusive content and unless one particular game sways you, the PS4 still has the edge. Maybe not in deals, but in making a purchase that will last.

Feel free to disagree with me in the comments.

Update: It’s come to my attention that using the “Cartwheel” app you can get an even bigger discount on these already-discounted Xbox One bundles, bringing the total down another 15% (or about $255 for the cheapest bundle.) That may understandably tip people in that direction, and I can hardly blame them. I prefer the PS4, but $255 for an Xbox One bundle is pretty much impossible to beat.
>> No. 56954 ID: cfe73e
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PSA: Xbox One, PS4 bundles back down to $299 for holidays
Extended Black Friday prices could presage permanent price drops.
Dec 9, 2015 http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/12/psa-xbox-one-ps4-bundles-back-down-to-299-for-holidays/
Were you too busy enjoying the pleasures of friends and family to get the lowest-ever official prices on Xbox One and PS4 bundles over Black Friday weekend? Good news, procrastinators: Microsoft and Sony are giving you a second chance at those low prices.
All Xbox One bundles (listed below) are available at $50 off the usual price starting today through December 26, putting them as low as $299. Meanwhile, two PS4 bundles (including either Star Wars: Battlefront or Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection) are back at their $300 sale price through December 19. If you happened to buy either system at regular price in the last week or so... well, we hope you kept the receipt.

Don't be shocked if either Microsoft or Sony pivot from these "limited time offers" for the holidays to a permanent price drop for the consoles going in to next year. In 2014, the Xbox One dropped to $349 as a holiday promotion from November 2 through January 3. Two weeks after that offer expired, the company decided to stick with the $349 price for the longer term (Sony didn't drop the PS4 to $350 until October.)
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The same kind of thing could definitely happen on either or both sides this year. Microsoft says its Black Friday promotion led to record-breaking sales over the Thanksgiving weekend, up 22 percent from the year before. That's important for a system still struggling to keep up with the PlayStation 4 in the worldwide sales race. In a competitive battle for console war supremacy, it looks like consumers are coming out ahead.
Here are Microsoft's official Xbox One packages as listed just before Black Friday, and their current prices:

Sale price: $299 (Standard price: $349)

Xbox One "Gears of War: Ultimate Edition" Bundle
Xbox One "The Lego Movie Videogame" Bundle
Sale price: $349 (Standard price: $399)

Xbox One 1TB Holiday Bundle
Xbox One “Rise of the Tomb Raider” Bundle
Xbox One with Kinect Bundle
Xbox One “Fallout 4” Bundle
Xbox One Limited Edition “Forza Motorsport 6” Console (Nearly sold out)
Xbox One “Madden NFL 16” Bundle (Nearly sold out)
Xbox One “FIFA 16” 1TB Bundle (Nearly sold out)
Sale price: $449 (Standard price: $499)

Xbox One Limited Edition “Halo 5: Guardians” Bundle
Xbox One Elite Bundle
>> No. 56956 ID: cfe73e
  Stupid Sony did not have a Fallout 4 PS4 bundle, but Xbox One has a Fallout 4 bundle.
Oh, and somebody made a One Punch Man mod for Fallout 4 where any enemy can be felled by one super punch. Brilliant, except that the character does not have a white cape.
Saitama vs the Wasteland https://youtu.be/OjxFTDzeG6A
>> No. 56957 ID: cfe73e
  Black Friday Video Game Console Deals [2015] https://youtu.be/ACzAJRv14eE
Published on Nov 19, 2015
There are several really good video game console bundles coming this Black Friday.

Xbox One:
Gears of War Ultimate Edition + Fallout 4 + extra controller for $299 at Dell [Thanksgiving Online Only]
Gears of War Ultimate Edition + $60 gift card for $299 at Target
1TB tomb raider bundle + extra controller for $350 @ BestBuy
$50 off Console Bundles at Amazon

PS4:
500GB Uncharted Bundle for $299 at Kohls, Gamestop, and Amazon

Wii U:
32GB Console with digital download of Splatoon & Super Smash Bros for $250 at Target
>> No. 56958 ID: 254d85
I'd go with a PS4 too, or more likely a Wii U since PC ports are far less likely.
>> No. 56959 ID: c10deb
Go with the PS4. Third party support for Xbone sucks ass and most of the games run better on the PS4.
>> No. 56960 ID: cfe73e
  Problem with the PS4 and the other new consoles (so I have heard) is that the games download a tremendous amount of data to the hard disc drive. 7 GB and more for some games and those 50 GB games probably want to dump everything on your hard drive. That's going to fill up that little 500 GB hard drive fast.
You can replace the PS4 HDD with a larger laptop HDD or replace it with a solid state drive to increase performance (I installed one on my desktop computer and it improved performance although SSDs have a pitiful amount of memory so I also installed a 4 TB drive).
I have heard that the PS4 supports external HDDs, but so did my original release 60 GB PS3, but it would not read those giant game files on the external, just game saves and saved media.
How to Replace a PS4 Hard Drive http://www.ign.com/wikis/playstation-4/How_to_Replace_a_PS4_Hard_Drive
How To Cheaply Upgrade Your PS4 Hard Drive to 2TB https://youtu.be/wZ-2m75CwGw
>> No. 56961 ID: cfe73e
  I liked the headphone jack in the PS4 controller. I plugged in my PSP earbuds and they worked great. They sound metter than my crapo speakers on my TV. I previously shopped around for wireless and wired headphones for the PS4 and was amazed on how expensive they are (around $99 for good ones, hundreds of dollars for the top-shelf ones). When playing handhelds, I prefer to just use the left earbud so I can hear anything else that might require my attention (other people walking by when I am goofing around on the job playing video games), so the PS4 earbud mike works great for me. This will make late night movies and video gaming much less disturbing to anyone else around.

Why the Headphone Port is the Dualshock 4's Best Feature https://youtu.be/piNzyH8d5y8
After speaking to several friends, I've been surprised how many people aren't using Dualshock 4's ability to send all audio to the controller's headphone port. Here's a quick vid showing off the feature in action with several types of headsets, plus a trick to make your voice sound exactly like Daniel Kayser's.
>> No. 56962 ID: 7443a9
>>56961
I only really see the value in FPS.

For every other kind of game I use my vintage stereo system I Frankenstein together from Salvation Army stores.

Quadraflex 676 Receiver
Fisher DS-811 speakers
Ratshack Optical to Analog converter

I still need to get an old tape deck, for the mountains of tapes I recorded from the radio when I was a teen, and some replacement parts for my record player (RPM 1.3).

...
...
...

shit I just showed my age...
>> No. 56966 ID: b2a950
I bought the Fallout 4 1TB bundle when it came out for $400 Canadian. I got Fallout 3, Fallout 4, and Call of Duty Black Ops 3 with it. I can't complain. Xbox one is alright. It's fun but the wireless controller is slower than I am with new batteries.
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>>56948
>Consoles for Christmas?

Console = Never
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>>56993
>couldn't underclock a five year old GPU to be as slow as a current console.
I know you're on a budget, but you can still get a low end PC that you can play on the cheap.
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>>57047
The people I have talked to who put together gaming PCs impress me with how EXPENSIVE they are.
I was soured away from PS gaming in the mid-'90s when I bought games that ended up not working on my machinery. Feh! I'll just use gaming consoles for video games and not worry about minimum requirements, up grades, performance issues, and so on.
If I am going to get a gaming PC, I probably would go for a smartphone or tablet with good controls. Unfortunately, the ones I have looked at are wildly expensive, such as this Razer Edge Pro 256GB Tablet that costs $1650
http://www.amazon.com/Razer-Edge-Pro-256GB-Tablet/dp/B00BIFX5JE
Gamepad controller not included
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BIFV7GC/
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>>57061
>Hur dur pc gaming is so hard and expensive.
If you even had an ounce of interest you'll find lots of cheap and powerfull builds on the internet. It's better in the long run too because you wouldn't have to be milking some 5 year old system just to get a few more particle effects.

>If I am going to get a gaming PC, I probably would go for a smartphone or tablet.
No. Just stop.
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>>57065
I mostly play portables. Sue me.
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>>57068
If you were wanting mobile PC gaming there are solutions that don't cost an arm and a leg. There are of course gaming laptops. However even lower end ones that are inferior to alot of decent systems will run you over a thousand easy. You won't be able to play the latest AAA titles on high.

Here's a decent looking one for under a thou http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/Laptops/hp-pavilion-15-non-touch-m0u61av-1?jumpid=ba_r329_hhoaffiliate&aid=38293&pbid=qcLRzjFniJE&aoid=35252&siteid=qcLRzjFniJE-XzHDq4i2BMSkI44lXASoYA

Trying to use a tablet to game though, not a good idea.

You could also look to smaller form factor desktops for easier transportation of a computer. You wouldn't be able to play it mobile but if you travel alot it would make gaming wherever you are easier. Any hotel room can be used to game nowadays with most TVs have connections built in to be used as a computer monitor, meaning you don't have to lug a screen.
>> No. 57071 ID: f2400b
>>57070

Another thing to point out is that if you set it up ahead of time, you can get a fairly cheap, USB3.0/2.0 using travel monitor that you can plug in and use. From there it'd just be a matter of setting up a Mini-ITX form factor case with a handle on the top to make it easier to schlep around.
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If somebody made an Android or Smartphone or tablet that played PS2 games well (something I wished the Vita did), I would be interested. But a thousand dollar tablet? No, thanks. Gaming laptops are expensive and less capable than gaming desktop PCs. I'll just have to satisfy myself with my Sony handhelds and $300 PS4 and use my cheap PCs to do internet stuff.

- Sony Xperia Z3 Compact smartphone with PS4 Remote Play.
The PS Vita has PS4 remote play (it can play PS4 games like Fallout 4, but only in close proximity to a PS4 running the game), so this is superfluous to someone with a Vita.
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Been playing Wolfenstein: New Order that I picked up for $7 and I saw the follow-on prequel Wolfenstein: Old Blood for sale on the PSN store for $5. I got that, but it's a 40 GB digital download. That 500 GB hard disc is going to be filled up quick.
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>> No. 57089 ID: 223a41
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>>56962
>I still need to get an old tape deck, for the mountains of tapes I recorded from the radio when I was a teen

Those were the days. Think of all the effort we went through to put songs on a tape vs making a play list now. Remember sitting by the radio waiting for the song you wanted to come on?


>>57061
PC gaming used to be wildly expensive, but it's almost completely opposite now. You're consoles these days are just really crappy PCs with a bad OS and no way to upgrade them.

I slapped together a gaming PC for around $500 last year including a new copy of windows, which is far superior to any of the consoles. Now until the new generation of consoles comes out, which will be the point at which they will start making games with higher minimum requirements. I can play nearly any game ever made on one system (PC doesn't really have reverse compatibility issues), buy games for 30-80% off on steam and play PC only games. All with better than console graphics. Plus I have a fully functioning PC. To top it off, there's no subscription fee's to play the games online like PSN or Xbox live. You get to play with any controller you want, or the mouse and keyboard.

I honestly can't see the advantage to having a console these days. They even cost more in the long run. The only advantage they offer is 2 players on one system, but that's few games and even fewer players that do that these days.

The only console I actually condone buying is Nintendo, as they offer a very exclusive line of games and function like a console should. (not sure about the Wii U)

I mean if you want to buy a windows box, or an android station. that's your choice. They offer a certain convenience.

PS my year old PC plays Fallout 4 beautifully.

End rant...

I recommend getting the Wii U console deal. I even own a 3DS for smash brothers. Also nintendo offers combo deals for buying games on both Wii U and 3DS. Not sure how good they are as I don't own a Wii U but it might appeal to you since you like hand helds.

If you're interested in a PC we can help.

Don't buy a gaming tablet.
>> No. 57091 ID: cfe73e
  >>57089
But I have heard the opposite from PC kit builders who say doing it on the cheap will bite your ass as it will have compatibility and speed problems. Buying a PC that costs double what a PS4 costs and not knowing if it will work properly with the new games? I'll give that a miss. You can have fun with that, but gaming PCs are just too expensive for my tastes and they go obsolete quickly. I still play PS1 and PS2 favorites on my obsolete but serviceable consoles.

As for the Nintendo 3DS handhelds, I looked at the games, but they seem to be mostly kids games; puzzle, party, platform, Pokemon, Mario, Zelda, and a bunch of other cartoony stuff. Sure, the Vita has a Zelda-like game with crude graphics, but it's The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and it's... disturbing (and a favorite). I just did not find many good 3DS games that are not so juvenile. Shooters, air combat, war games, sword fighting, fist fighting, survival horror, etc. are not Nintendo's forte. Sure, I have tried juvenile games, but I just don't like most of them. Some are good, though. Spyro the Dragon for the PS1 (also ports to the PSP) is fun and challenging to collect 100% of the gems. LocoRoco is a colorful kid's 2D platformer for the PSP and is also a fun distraction, but for the most part I just don't like adolescent games. Shooters, survival horror, air combat, and fighting games like SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 2, Resident Evil 2, Ace Combat: Joint Assault, and Gladiator Begins are PSP favorites. The games displayed in the Nintendo handheld section of the stores did not seem to have anything like these.

Can you swell folks recommend any good 3DS games to justify buying that handheld?

PC Parts Video To Build My Own GabenStation! https://youtu.be/bDaizxxLCjg
>> No. 57101 ID: 223a41
>>57091
For me, the DS brought back some of the old final fantasy games, chrono trigger, harvest moon, etc. A lot of people really like monster hunter, there's also mario kart, I think its largely a nostalgia box, most of my friends got them for office down time. I wasn't a Resident Evil fan but at least one of them was released for DS.

Also the 3DS doesn't come with a charger, so add another $15 I think it was. I spent almost $300 for a new one plus charger and game at best buy, but I think you could get all that used for about half that these days.

Get what suites you. It's you're gaming hobby after all. There's not enough of a difference between PS4 and XB1 to matter aside from personal preference and a few games. Though if you have a bunch of reverse compatible games you might take that into consideration. Since eventually the motors in the disc drives of your systems are going to fail.
>> No. 57102 ID: 963c4b
  >>57101
You're right when you say those Monster Hunter games have a dedicated fanbase. One was telling me about the 2009 PSP game, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, and that he has invested more than 3000 hours playing it. Jeez... I thought I squandered a lot of time playing hundreds of missions of SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 2. That's nothing compared to his score! I restarted playing the 2010 PSP favorite, Ace Combat: Joint Assault, and playing through all the missions on all the difficulties, online and offline, unlocking everything and continuing to play it took around 74 hours.

And the Nintendo 3DS came without a charger?? Was this console only for fans who already had a 2DS and the chargers work with both (assuming this is the case)?

The problem with handheld consoles is that they can be pretty expensive. The 3DS cost $250 in 2011. The Sony PSP cost $250 at launch in 2005 and customers balked that this was more than $100 higher than the recently launched Nintendo DS. The Sony PS Vita cost $300 at launch in 2012, but the price dropped to $200 a year later.

CGR Undertow - MONSTER HUNTER 3 ULTIMATE review for Nintendo 3DS
Published on Apr 27, 2013 https://youtu.be/ZtaFr2_Hgfg
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate review. Classic Game Room presents a CGR Undertow review of Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate for Nintendo 3DS developed and published by Capcom.

Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate brings you back to that familiar little fishing village, on the edge of the Moga Woods, where you first learn to kill and dismantle local wildlife for the advancement of society and your own armor and weapons. It seems like a simple concept... but it draws the player in, applies a trap to the player's feet, maybe offers a slab of tainted meat to paralyze said player, and slowly consumes their soul. It's the law of the jungle, man. Best make sure your weapons are sharp.
>> No. 57103 ID: f1cf6d
Whats your PSN tag bats?
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>>57103
sejembalm
Really should change that...


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