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  1. Yeah the ending feels like the equivalent of the last episode of 24 having Jack Bauer arrested and put on trial for war crimes in The Hague. You can’t set up a daft “shooty shooty” soapy cop drama and then have the last episode be about the institutionalised nature of corruption. Especially a series that never really nailed the actual nature of police corruption - turning a blind eye, taking bungs, etc. Instead just about every corrupt copper in this show has been blackmailed into it, or groomed since childhood. Even if Mercurio wanted to go down that route, he could have written the
  2. I’ve binged this over the last few weeks. Got to the s6 finale last night! Woooooahhh. Ended in a right cliffhanger! then I checked - there’s another one? Nice one! what a great - if deliriously silly - show. My highlights
  3. oh 100%. The game at times critiques that lifestyle but never quite commits to saying “gangs are crap” or doing anything other than surface level. It feels like a lot of “pre apocalypse” content got cut.
  4. The thing is, without games going on discount the hobby immediately becomes a lot less accessible. £70 for a game just doesn’t make sense for loads of people who might be scraping by but can afford £30 or so for a game. There’s loads of niche Nintendo titles I’d love to give a go but I never do because they’re so expensive! Days Gone is a brilliant game but is also very flawed and a bit marmite. I got it free with my PS5 and I absolutely love it, but if I’d paid £60 day one to play it on my launch PS4 with slowdown and even more bugs and all that nonsense I wouldn’t have been happy.
  5. Just finished off all the hordes! Three trophies to go until I get my first ever platinum!!!
  6. 56 hours later and I’ve finished this (except the hordes). what a game. I found the story surprisingly engaging it’s also incredibly buggy. In one mission I think I’ll go back and do the hordes. I’ve been looking up strategies on Reddit and feel a bit more prepped now - all of my successful horde encounters have just involved a lot of attractor bombs and badly thrown molotovs. by the end of the game you’re very overpowered and it fuckin rules given how weak you are the start. The first encounter with a breaker is terrifying and by the end o
  7. I don’t think I even touched my PS4 during setup, it just got everything from PS+ magically. which was very out of character for Sony!
  8. that’s the dream! I’ve managed to cheese my way to a machine gun, which I picked up from an enemy, making hordes etc a lot easier. I can’t buy the same gun from a camp yet as my trust isn’t high enough and if I buy or equip another weapon in the same slot I’ll lose it forever It’s just such an incredibly dumb yet fun game. It’s really scratched my zombie survival itch in a way no game has since the original Dead Rising.
  9. I got Days Gone in the PS Plus collection but delighted its being opened up to a wider audience. Such a great game, I started it a few weeks ago and have poured about 40 hours in so far - unheard of for me nowadays. It’s just so fun. I’m even playing it on lunch breaks from home working!
  10. i totally forgot about Via Domus but WHAT A GAME. absolutely bonkers but totally nailed the show. i miss that time where every high profile film and TV show got a tie in.
  11. Madness

    It Takes Two

    Ah probably not a good one for us then - hopefully it shows up on game pass at some point so we can try it then. Thank you mate!
  12. Madness

    It Takes Two

    For those playing this: do you have control of the camera or is it fixed perspective? My gf and I have just finished Sackboy and are looking for a new co-op game but she gets really bad motion sickness with too much camera movement. Which makes finding suitable games a challenge, and as this is £35 I don’t want to take a punt on it!
  13. For me Spider-Man PS4 which would be nowhere near as good if it was just a generic superhero with the same story - that game works because it’s the definitive Spidey experience and taps into that nostalgia and knowledge perfectly.
  14. Paul Ritter, who played Martin, has died. Absolutely gutted - I don’t think any sitcom has nailed the weird eccentricities of dadness as much as FND. All time great sitcom performance.
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