PS4 or XBOX - which to take to uni? Watch

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So I’m in a bit of a pickle here about which console I should take to uni. I can’t take both as I have to get to uni by train so only one will fit in the suitcase I’m taking.

Most of my friends as of right now are on Xbox but I rarely talk to them on it, maybe once a week at most. PS4 is my preferred console but I don’t know many people who have it.

What would some of you suggest, also I stream on twitch through my PS4, I’ve been used to doing that for a while now and I believe it’s different on Xbox.
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I'd say neither personally, you won't have loads of time for it
Sounds like you'd prefer to take ps4 though
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I'd say neither personally, you won't have loads of time for it
Sounds like you'd prefer to take ps4 though
I’ve heard I’ll have plenty of spare time, and I don’t constantly play. It’s just for me to chill when I have nothing to do. This is why I’m having such a struggle deciding
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I'd be amazed if you had the time. I brought my PC down for gaming whilst I was at uni and I've barely touched it.
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PS4 !!! It’s so much better
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Neither. Grow up already!
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Neither. Grow up already!
Are you ok? How is chilling and playing games mean I need to grow up🤣 it’s just a bit of fun jesus
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I wasn't actually able to stream, download, or play games online via my PS4 (or PS3/Wii U/3DS) at uni. The most I was able to do online was use Netflix.
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I’ve heard I’ll have plenty of spare time, and I don’t constantly play. It’s just for me to chill when I have nothing to do. This is why I’m having such a struggle deciding
I guess it depends on your degree and you but I think its better to join lots of societies and clubs or spend time with people- particularly during 1st year
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Are you ok? How is chilling and playing games mean I need to grow up🤣 it’s just a bit of fun jesus
I also love playing games (PUBG mobile on my Mate 20 Pro).

But I think one gotta stop playing when they enter university because games are time incinerators and uni is different and it needs time and dedication!
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I wasn't actually able to stream, download, or play games online via my PS4 (or PS3/Wii U/3DS) at uni. The most I was able to do online was use Netflix.
I guess it all depends on their internet really. I don’t even play it as much anymore. I just want one there to kill some time
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I also love playing games (PUBG mobile on my Mate 20 Pro).

But I think one gotta stop playing when they enter university because games are time incinerators and uni is different and it needs time and dedication!
As I’ve said before. I don’t play games all day and night. I probably jump on twice a week at most for a couple of hours. I’m taking one with me so incase I want to kill time I can
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I guess it depends on your degree and you but I think its better to join lots of societies and clubs or spend time with people- particularly during 1st year
Like I’ve said I don’t play games that often. It’s just there for me to chill when I want to kick back and just have a bit of time alone
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I’ve heard I’ll have plenty of spare time, and I don’t constantly play. It’s just for me to chill when I have nothing to do. This is why I’m having such a struggle deciding
as a fresher you'll have plenty of time for it...
this is such a trivial decision just pick the one you prefer, you can always come collect the other one if you visit home...
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as a fresher you'll have plenty of time for it...
this is such a trivial decision just pick the one you prefer, you can always come collect the other one if you visit home...
Thank you! Someone who actually answered my question. Yeah if I want to swap half way through the year I always could. I’ll probably jus take my PS4 and see how I get on with that
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As I’ve said before. I don’t play games all day and night. I probably jump on twice a week at most for a couple of hours. I’m taking one with me so incase I want to kill time I can
I play less than once a week.
You never want to kill time during uni. If you have time, it is better to study, catch onto some sleep, relax or take care of your body (like some sports/working out)
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I play less than once a week.
You never want to kill time during uni. If you have time, it is better to study, catch onto some sleep, relax or take care of your body (like some sports/working out)
I think I’ll be fine killing a couple of hours a week playing a few games
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take PS4 better or whichever one has more games on it.
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Thank you! Someone who actually answered my question. Yeah if I want to swap half way through the year I always could. I’ll probably jus take my PS4 and see how I get on with that
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take PS4 better or whichever one has more games on it.
I think I have around the same amount on both. But because I got my PS4 more recently I have more recent games on that. There’s just one game I bought recently that’s on my Xbox but it’s pretty cheap so I can purchase it on PS4 if I wanted to
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So I’m in a bit of a pickle here about which console I should take to uni. I can’t take both as I have to get to uni by train so only one will fit in the suitcase I’m taking.

Most of my friends as of right now are on Xbox but I rarely talk to them on it, maybe once a week at most. PS4 is my preferred console but I don’t know many people who have it.

What would some of you suggest, also I stream on twitch through my PS4, I’ve been used to doing that for a while now and I believe it’s different on Xbox.
fuk *****es get monie
stop being an incel streaming on Twitch and get a life fam
Hope this helps!
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