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  1. Karzee


    Initial impressions of this is bloody MARVELOUS! I quite liked Mudrunner, it's a real chill out game, and I liked the slow paced gameplay trying to work out the best way to traverse the maps. Eventually though the single task of delivering logs did get repetitive, and the visuals were a bit washed out and bleak. Snowrunner though is SO much better in every way in terms of visuals, sheer scale of maps, more varied terrain, variety of contracts and tasks to undertake, reasons to actually explore and discover things, vehicle customisation....and...and.... .I want to gush further but after deciding to have a quick go I've just seen the time and realised i've lost three hours to the game. I will post more tomorrow but will just say that if you quite liked Mudrunner and are thinking of getting this then be excited.
  2. Karzee

    Xbox Series X

    That's excellent. "Bigger graphics"
  3. Mooncrash is totally worth getting. I spent two weeks playing it last month and I loved it. If you haven't already then watch this:
  4. Push the Guide button on the pad and you'll see four options, one of which is 'Capture Options'. Select that, then scroll down to 'Capture what happened', then select how long you want, from 15 seconds to 5 minutes.
  5. My favourite's the WoooOOOOOO guy.
  6. I started this on Saturday, playing on Supernova because I like survival games, and have to say I'm really enjoying this. The survival elements are too basic to have any real impact but the difficulty has been brutal with light armour and I've died so many times that I take all fights cautiously. Only having on save point on the ship has meant many many runs across the map after each death. Someone here (Phelan?) reported that they had "all the companions" but I've only had two so far and they're both dead (their deaths are permanent on Supernova). So after about 10-15 hours wracked up in Edgewater over the weekend I finally got the ship fixed last night, got to the next area, and spent a couple of hours talking to everyone, hoovering up their quests, whilst exploring every where and practicing pickpocketing where ever possible. I now have at least 10 quests to be done and no idea what to do first. I cannot understand how people are getting through the game so quickly, or why they'd want to, there''s so much to see, hear, and read. I can't believe this has gone straight to Gamepass. The amount I shall get from this with multiple playtrhoughs, well I feel like I've stolen the game.
  7. It's a good list although not surprisingly I, like everyone here , would place things in a different order and add/remove a couple. I'd have put Alien Isolation on it, and although I really enjoyed RDR2 I would have said that Max Payne 3 was the better of the two Rockstar games. And no Vanquish? The game is as close to perfection as a game can be.
  8. I find easy games pointless to play so this comment puts me off buying this. Are there difficulty settings in the game to make it challenging?
  9. Oil & Fire is helpful with that guy
  10. YESSSS! Syndicate made the final list! I've been waiting so long for this, I love the cold, brutal gunplay, it's so cool. From my list of wanted BC games I got them all bar one, Max Payne 3. Damn shame. I can only hope that it will be remastered one day.
  11. Don't kill and save at least two of your friends gets you the good ending.
  12. I spent at least 150 attempts to do the final boss over four evenings up to last weekend. I got to the final phase only once, it was phase 3 that kept doing me in. I grew weary of running up those steps to do battle yet again even though the fight itself is excellent (though gruelling). So I started a new game and ,boy, have I seen a big improvement in my skills. Where once I struggled with each and every boss/sub-boss, now I know their moves and weaknesses so I'm tearing through them, and as for the difficulty spikes I had with Guape, Lady B and GenA...... I've done them all first attempt. Absolutely no cheesing, just head-to-head, toe-to-toe fighting, and the battles have all remained enjoyable to fight and satisfying to beat. After all those discussions about the game being too hard it turns out it's not, it just takes a little longer than most other games to learn. I've only played this game since it was released, I've put well over 150 hours into it, and, although I'm a slow learner and had a couple of rage moments, I've persevered. I think I've actually begun to 'git gud'.
  13. Oh I'm sooooo going to remind you of this if you mention bloody Tenchu bloody Z again.
  14. Polygon article - Galactic Mapping A really interesting article on how one explorer's documented travels has inspired others to join in with mapping the Milky Way in Elite:Dangerous That's star systems, not stars or planets or moons etc. I think it''s impressive that since the game''s release over four years ago that players have discovered 144 million systems, that's an immense number. Playing E:D was the first time I began to get a smidgen of an idea of just how big our galaxy is.
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