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    Playstation Vita

    Also don't need to worry about a Vita memory card. Once hacked you can buy a small device which goes into the Vita slot which allows you to mount SD cards. Or you can attach an external USB stick/HD.
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    Gaming Predictions 2018

    Nailed it. Didn't do too well with my other predictions except that 3DS and Vita would continue well into 2018 and 2019. Ha to the 'perfect on switch' crowd.
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    Best New Music of 2018

    Also new Say Lou Lou is out and it's less pop and sultry disco and more trip-hop and cinematic. It's pretty excellent all round, fits their aesthetic more and has a great Church cover. 30mins, 7 tracks, so worth giving it a spin to see:
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    Best New Music of 2018

    Tints was produced by Om'Mas Keith - sound of Sa-Ra lives on! Album was co-produced/mixed by Dre this time and I honestly expect it to be stellar. Bubblin hasn't made the tracklisting which probably means it was too weird to fit in, which is a bit of a shame.
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    Rez Infinite - Coming to PS4, VR support

    It's fine - you clarified. The PS4 version is better than the 360 version. The VR version is still higher REZ but with the VR goggles is a different experience with your eyes much closer to the pixels.
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    Rez Infinite - Coming to PS4, VR support

    Infinite looks worse than previous versions of REZ smells like some grade A bullshit!
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    PlayStation VR

    Download the two free animations Garry the Gull, and Allumette. Also there are a couple of live music performances that show the potential future of studio performances. Minters Polybius still remains the most relaxing VR experience to my eyes.
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    Gaming things you regret buying...

    In an era of having more games released per day, than at any other point in history, this is a ridiculous statement. My biggest gaming regret was putting £12 into The Simpsons arcade game in the early 90s. I was young and foolish and thought it would help me finish the game but it didn't. Years later I played through MAME and worked out how much more it would've cost to finish it. This is probably why I hate gambling mechanics and loot boxes so much, because I recognize how easily you can fool the young and vulnerable.
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    PlayStation VR

    Just got the farthest I think I'll ever get on SUPERHYPERCUBE. Most runs tend to end on Stage 2 or 3, but tonight every little bit of luck aligned:
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    Edge #325 - Settle your scores here ;)

    Underated. For!
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    Kero Kero Bonito

    Album dropped. It's not that essential listen that Bonito Generation was, but still, I'm quite happy that they tried something very different. Also: Stereolab
  12. You just got called out! I'm with Tim here - Kamurocho is basically it's own character now. I love the way it can be utilised in different ways and how it's grown/shrunk/aged in all the different titles.
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    PlayStation VR

    I'm all over Astro Bot - I'm playing Mario 3D Land at the moment and I think it's a shame those ideas where never built upon in a sequel. I like the fact we have a few VR games now that are about controlling a character in front of you like this, Moss, Bound and Star Child.
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    PlayStation VR

    26 levels! Going to be great. https://blog.eu.playstation.com/2018/09/18/how-ps-vr-adventure-astro-bot-rescue-mission-pushes-the-boundaries-of-the-platforming-genre/#sf197912729
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    Juh-rur-per-guh - The JRPG thread.

    Phantasy Star 1 and Phantasy Star Online are probably my two favourite RPGs of all time, for some very different reasons. Phantasy Star 1 is a game that is so far ahead of its time it's untrue. Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Phantasy Star all kicked started JRPGs in 1987 yet Phantasy Star feels like a game almost from the 16 bit era. Immensely well designed dungeons, 3D mazes, simple puzzles, interesting plot, female lead. Phantasy Star Online is a game that was so perfectly designed they never managed to get it quite right again. Rythmic combat and just the right amount of randomisation of dungeon layouts and loot drops that created one of the most compelling loops in gaming. Fluid online parties and always something new to chase without feeling like a treadmill grind. True Phantasy Stars!
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