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  1. MW_Jimmy

    Edge #332 | Control

    Yep. Not worried about Jupiter and Mars. It'll be an great esoteric VR experience whatever EDGE score it got.
  2. Its definitely looking good! Get a few EA games and we might be looking at a really solid comprehensive collection.
  3. Also absolutely must support Eye Toy, Buzz controllers and play Pocketstation and Nintendo Playstation games, and for media I really need it to play my Minidiscs. And ATRAC. Why is it Microsoft are so much better at this stuff than Sony? Clearly too difficult for them!
  4. You don't really need space for everything. I've got a 2tb in my PS4 and far too many games installed.
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    The first one is still the best one

    Very much so! I've seen you say that a few times and I think that III is a horrible dull and tedious game with a (somewhat) neat setup. Each to their own. Phantasy Star IV possibly plays better, but the first game is genuinely timeless and an RPG I can replay again and again like few others. IMHO.
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    The first one is still the best one

    Halo is the obvious one that always springs to mind. I'm not sure it will ever be bettered. Phantasy Star is the best of the series, easily. The simple revenge sci-fi storyline setting, the 3D mazes being an technical marvel and a combat system that is straightforward and quick. On an 8bit console to the 16bit sequels no less.
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    The first one is by far the worst one

    Dynasty Warriors - a 1v1 beat-em up before the series became the Musou Beast that it is today (although 9 is pretty shit too by all accounts)
  8. I've played quite a bit of Moonlighter - it's definitely a roguelike with each floor of the dungeon having constant elements each time (like a health revival pool somewhere on each floor). The variety each 'run' doesn't feel huge and ends up just a hunt for the exit - each dungeon is three floors and can be reached in a short period of time, and there is a certain level of gating upgrades so you can't overwhelm the bosses. The shopping aspect during the day is probably the biggest difference from other RPGs, on paper, but in reality this ends up being automated pretty quickly. Im probably about halfway through and haven't played for a few months, but will probably go back to it. The story is pretty light and so it's good to dip in and out of. Indeed, one of the issues I had was one of repitition - it's can be pretty boring and aggravating to play in long sessions and the game never really grows into newer interesting playstyles or mechanics. I've definitely seen everything that it offers.
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    Antstream - It's Netflix for Games!

    Sure. I was talking in general. Its pretty clear cut who the creators are for older titles.
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    Antstream - It's Netflix for Games!

    I think that works out for the smaller indie games and I hope that publishers like Devolver Digital, Curve Digital, and Adult Swim Games are not approaching the default position of owning the IP. But how would you assign a creator to Assassin's Creed or even Destiny, which is owned by the developer Bungie, I wonder how you can attach ownership to a game made by thousands?
  11. Try manual and just gear shift from 4-3-4 quickly and never break. Surprisingly easy pro Outrunners strat.
  12. The hoops people are willing to go through to defend this is astounding. I suppose you think it's fine that Crazy Taxi butchered it's soundtrack? Don't care if Yuzo Koshiro is doing Streets of Rage? I get the difficult choices the developer had to make with regards to budget, but we can, and should be, rightly critical of this decision - and not defending it with some of leaps of logic made here. "I rarely play games with the music on anyway, cause I need to hear the baby monitor" "Its not really that important in a racing game is it? I prefer the ambient sounds of the countryside and the roar of the engines!" "Play on the Xbox One X - you don't need to hear the game over the fans then" "I always factor the costs of Haribo consumed and Microtransactions, so Spotify is pretty cheap really. Cheaper than going to the pub lol!" You can critique something and still really look forward to it, and hope it does well yknow.
  13. I hope Streets of Rage 4 doesn't have any music. I mean, I get to choose my own music when I beat up guys in the streets and so it's more realistic if it doesn't have it. I'll just put on Spotify and listen to Cher.
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    Rllmuk's Official Sales Figures

    The only way these Japanese titles make their way to Xbox is if Microsoft cover some/all of the cost for them. They haven't really done much (yet) to try and change the perception that Xbox gamers are not interested. A good example would be Sony publishing Yakuza 5 in the West, and covering all of the translation too, at a time that Sega couldn't see the benefit of doing so.
  15. @Down by Law Where did you order your pad from? I we thinking these will be compatible with the Megadrive Mini - I'm thinking of the Saturn pad also.
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