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  1. spatular

    Shmups

    This thread was often pretty barren, I'd pos anything in here because, I don't know, it was exciting seeing anyone post something I guess. Now there's loads of stuff in here I sort of pos random stuff, I don't know what I'm doing or why. Edit - congrats Mr Clump!
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    Shmups

    i was playing loads of esp ra.de./ketsui/doj/other stuff earlier in the year but not sure i've played much that was released this year, only played a bit of the updated crimzon clover switch version. so yeah i'd be interested in what people think were the best ones this year too so i can check them out.
  3. i sort of like this, the controls can work really well so putting together a good lap can be pretty satisfying. i think the main problem for me though is that the game changes how it works so much between different cars that just when i feel like i'm getting somewhere everything gets changed up and i'm back to square one. it's like a few different games in one, which i guess you could say is good value. the difficulty is a bit all over the place, except for the drifting events (which i'm usually crap at) are all very easy. some events have difficult times you have to beat before mo
  4. spatular

    Shmups

    there's some info on the shmups forum, not sure how acurate but looks like it's translated from a magazine https://shmups.system11.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=67761&start=120 apparently this is one of the packs, if so that's good as the 2 games i'd want are in the same pack "Devour Heaven & Earth II: Battle of Redwall Street Fighter II Turbo Super Street Fighter II Turbo Powered Gear Cyber Bots 19XX Battle Circuit Giga Wing 1944 Storm of Progear"
  5. yeah similarly if i play that or ketsui, they are the best game i'll play most years! also played this year and still rediculously good - donkey kong jungle beat.
  6. the dlc adverts sound annoying. there should only be 2 DLC icons on the map though (out of what seems like 100's of events) so once you know what they're called - fortune island and lego something - going to them by accident won't be a problem. i don't like the structure of the game either, but think the racing/handling is ace.
  7. yeah the fanatec site is pretty confusing. if you want it to work on both consoles i believe you need the ps4 base: https://fanatec.com/eu-en/racing-wheels-wheel-bases/wheel-bases/csl-elite-wheel-base-officially-licensed-for-playstation and an xbox wheel, like this one: https://fanatec.com/eu-en/steering-wheels/csl-elite-steering-wheel-wrc
  8. i believe that's if you use the code when you already have a current ultimate subscription.
  9. the new/old adventure games are out now, physical codes in boxes out next week can be had for £20 each. https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Search/Search-299117.html?q=Taiko no Tatsujin&f=147393
  10. ^ thanks for the info. Not much price difference then, and I got all the prices wrong, it’s all in euros.
  11. It’s great (art of rally) but pc only at the moment.
  12. I got this in the sale mainly as I don’t have much to play on ps5 and to try out the fancy triggers/rumble, not really expecting much as I tried wrc 8, but couldn’t get the wheel setup how I like it and was all over the place, didn’t give it much of a try mind (got it ‘free’ with gold or gamepass or something). But anyway been plesantly surprised, it controls well with the pad, looks pretty nice (Although not as good as dirt 5/rally 2 on a pc imo), runs smooth, mostly wider tracks than dirt rally, and you can turn off perma death, so a bit more relaxing to play. Done my first season, don’t ful
  13. Fanatec have a Black Friday sale, so you can get the PlayStation base for £320, but the cheapest Xbox wheel is £200, is that normal? Don’t know why but I thought there was a cheaper one normally.
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