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  1. Curtis

    The Division 2

    Initially I thought the same, but the addition of more greenery and trees for cover etc make for a welcome change. Plus, you can strip off down to your vest and not feel guilty about your character freezing to death.
  2. Curtis

    Nioh - Feudal Souls

    Would you like to know how to cheese that fight?
  3. Curtis

    Have you ever completely mastered a game?

    Nothing comes to mind...
  4. Curtis

    Nintendo Switch

    I have the Anker PowerCore II 10000 and couldn't live without it on my travels. Its only 10000mAh so is airline approved, and okay to pack in your carry-on luggage. I would advise buying direct from Anker (or their official ebay) because you get a 12 month guarantee, and a replacement if there's any sort of fault. Unfortunately for me I found out about this after having owned an original PowerCore for 11 months, which then suddenly stopped taking a charge. No big deal cause its only £30, but this time I went direct, just for peace of mind.
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    Nioh - Feudal Souls

    The Ogre-ish guy inside the ship? No grinding necessary. It's all about low stance, high evasive manoeuvres, then once he's flat on his ass, switch to high stance big punish. Rinse-repeat. Be patient. Don't get greedy! Same with any Souls game.
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    Bayonetta - PC version out now!

    I'm sat on my hotel room balcony in Thailand playing Bayonetta 2 on Switch, and i'm in love all over again. I played the Wii-U version up to Ch.10 (or thereabouts), but got distracted by who knows what, and this is not a game you can come back to after an extended amount of time and pick up where you left off. Second time around, and my immediate impressions are how much of a video game it is. And I mean that in the most positive way possible! Clearly too many games these days (or just the ones I've been playing) feel like serious business, but this is simply joyous, and revels in that fact. So glad I drunk purchased it at full-whack price, because now I know its money well spent.
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    Dune - Denis Villeneuve to direct!

    Stellan Skarsgård confirmed to play the Baron Harkonnen. Good choice imo.
  8. Curtis

    What’s your favourite final stage/level/boss?

    As if i'm gonna ruin it for anyone else new to the franchise or the DLC.
  9. Curtis

    What’s your favourite final stage/level/boss?

    Dark Souls 3 DLC 2 final boss! Its plagued my mind ever since. Truly the culmination of so many other great, memorable fights. But that one was utterly profound on so many different levels. Perfection!
  10. Curtis

    Dark Souls II - Prepare to Die, Again

    I wholeheartedly agree with the above post.
  11. Curtis

    Your Most Anticipated of 2019

    Resident Evil 2 The Division 2 Anthem No, Sekiro is not on my list. I'm sure it'll be a great 'once-only' game, but build diversity is why i play Souls, and this has none of that.
  12. Curtis

    Nintendo Switch

    Packing tomorrow then i'm off to Thailand for a month. My Switch is ready to go. Balcony. Feet up. Chang Beer. Mario Rabbids for £15.
  13. Curtis

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Anyone about? I've set up an open lobby: Name: drunk Code: 1111
  14. Curtis

    Below Is Out Now

    Now that i've read the Polygon beginners guide which explains the basic mechanics, and that death can equal progress loop (which the developers should've included from the off, rather than alienate half their prospective audience), i'm thoroughly engrossed in this game! I'm a massive sucker for ambience and dark, brooding musical scores, which this has in spades, but on top of that its still a very tight, top-down, explore-em-up. I've been trying to ignore the comments about the survival aspect being at odds with the progression, so i'll forgo the developers that design choice, for now. I'm happy to be wrong about my initial impressions, but it still makes you question why make it so impenetrable? There's vague, and there's being wilfully obtuse. And this game is the latter...to its detriment.
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