This week on The TT Show, some big rumors in the console gaming space have gotten fans angry and excited. On the angry side, Xbox fans are in damage control, as several sources indicate that major first-party games like Gears of War, Starfield, and potentially Halo will make their way to the PlayStation 5. Everyone in the Sony camp is happy because, in addition to Xbox games, there are rumors of a brand new PlayStation handheld - a potential Sony PSP 2 with AMD hardware.
Jak and Kosta break it all down while also looking at the world of PC modding, where an RTX Remix remaster of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas with full path tracing requires at least a GeForce RTX 4080 to run well.
In tech and science news, KIOXIA sends over 130 TB of SSD storage into space, scientists say that proof of life on Mars could be here soon, Amazon boasts that its drones can deliver fresh cookies in just 15 minutes, and much more!
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All the topics discussed in this week's episode of The TT Show
- Read more: HPE Spaceborne Computer-2 with over 130 TB of KIOXIA SSD storage sent to the ISS
- Read more: Grand Theft Auto San Andreas RTX Remix mod with full path tracing sees FPS drop from 850 to 50
- Read more: Path tracing on the Steam Deck is possible, as video of Portal RTX running at 30 FPS shows
- Read more: Crucial's new T705 PCIe Gen5 SSD teased: up to 14.5GB/sec reads, up to 4TB capacity
- Read more: AMD and Sony are working on next-gen PlayStation gaming handheld: portable PS5 and PS4 games
- Read more: Report: Xbox to break exclusivity, Starfield and Indiana Jones may come to PlayStation 5
- Read more: Gears of War may come to PlayStation as Microsoft weighs breaking Xbox exclusivity
- Read more: Phil Spencer responds to Xbox exclusives controversy
- Read more: Scientists discover building blocks of life within asteroid sample
- Read more: Scientists say there's a chance NASA's rover has found life on Mars
- Read more: This Skyrim mod is pretty much a DLC that adds 60+ hours of content
- Read more: Amazon can deliver cookies to you by drone in just 15 minutes