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  1. K

    Xbox One Console Thread

    I kept the decent ones, like Vanquish and Halo Reach, where it’s a nicely put-together package and has had some effort expended on it. It felt weird to chuck the rest out, but I honestly couldn’t justify keeping the box for games like Driver: San Francisco or Crysis 2, where the cover art is rubbish, the case is flimsy and generic and the manual is about six pages long.
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    I think it’s the PS3 version of the Last of Us that’s 7.99.
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    Xbox One Console Thread

    That would be pretty great if the price is right. Although I would hope that you just need the disk, not the box, as I’ve chucked away most of my old 360 game boxes.
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    Xbox One Console Thread

    I’d find a diskless console quite annoying, if only because so many of my 360 games are on disk. I don’t really want to spend loads of money buying them digitally - the Call of Duty games cost a fortune digitally, even in sales. I accept that I’m an edge case, though.
  5. I feel very strongly about this decision by an electronics company not to appear at a trade conference, and am willing to fight any other middle-aged men who disagree with me on this matter.
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    Destiny 2: Forsaken

    Yeah, it seems unlikely that different Titan legs will really justify one star or five star ratings. It probably works more as a Reddit meta aggregator than a realistic overview of what really are the best weapons and armour, but it seems to give useful signals.
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    Destiny 2: Forsaken

    Shit, that site is really good. Love the star ratings for weapons.
  8. K

    Red Dead Redemption 2

    That mission did strain credibility a bit. Why didn’t the Pinkertons just kill or apprehend Arthur?
  9. K

    Destiny 2: Forsaken

    Jesus Christ, that new weapon is something else. *frantically searches gear for anything with a heavy ammo finder perk*
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    Destiny 2: Forsaken

    On the mystery “new” location,
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    I really liked the way that one of the first things that happens to rube Arthur in the big city was to get his wallet lifted, along with the fact that he couldn’t catch the guy because he was wearing a thick winter coat and could barely run for sweating.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    One thing I really like about this is that it manages to evoke the sense of shame and dread you start to feel when the sky is getting light and you're still extremely drunk.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    The detail in this is just incredible. After spending a night in the forest after a robbery went wrong, stumbling across a Klan cross-burning, and deciding to defeat the alt-right by giving them a platform and debating them publicly, and also by softening them up with a few molotovs and them going steaming in with a double barrelled shotgun, I limped back into camp at 6.00am. Literally limping, Arthur looking like Bruce Willis at the end of Die Hard. Unshaven. Bloodstained. Sweaty. Micah looks up as I walk in. "You keep that blood on you to look tough, Arthur?" *sigh* "Mornin' Micah."
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    Tetris Effect - Mizuguchi does Tetris

    That DF Tetris video is really good and would be great if not for the fact that John Linneman is awful at Tetris, and some of the moves he was making were causing me physical pain.
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    Red Dead Redemption 2

    The main problem with the honour system is that I'm well into the white, and generally act as if not more virtuously than Dr Dre in Straight Outta Compton, but every time I have a heart to heart with Tilly or one of the other ladies, it's like a police interview with a serial murderer.
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