Need the space, but not have it - run out of space just when you were transferring something or downloading something.Not use it, do ahve it - My current situation right now. 8TB in my system about 5TB used.
In that sense, sure. Just as long as people don't cry that it doesn't max their graphics card and have 6 billion x 2 billion resolution textures, and so forth. I'm happy with a straight port. I'd be happy just to have the game and a void buying a next-gen console.
16GB is totally paltry, to be honest. My music alone is 60GB+, not that I'd want to carry it all with me, but I'd rather have the space and not need it, then need it and not have it. SD and USB HDD's are ok for some stuff, but others it's nicer to just have it there locally... Especially when it comes with an SSD. This is why I'd be opting for 64GB minimum.
This just cements my feelings then: what's the big problem?You get 20 minutes max recording, and you can see if you're recording. What's the issue?EDIT:Also, the author of that article is just beyond words.Sorry, but what a moron.Faith in humanity dwindling.
And even if you have no intention of downloading the game right now. Go, hit download/buy, then cancel the download. You can then download anytime you want, at your leisure, because it's registered on your account.