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  1. Fatsam

    League 1, 2, Non League Football 2018-19 Season

    You do realise that Salford get higher gates than Sutton? By my calculations, I think we would have to finish above every other side in the league to be promoted automatically.
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    League 1, 2, Non League Football 2018-19 Season

    Yeah, 4th plays 7th and 5th plays 6th in one off games and the winners then play 2nd and 3rd in one off games to get to Wembley. Highest ranked side is at home in those games. I'm no fan of playoffs to be honest. The best sides over 46 games should go up and that is it. However, at least this system does give the teams finishing 2nd and 3rd a big advantage. Our home record is excellent, so if we finish in either of those two places I fancy our chances to then progress to the final. Then we all close our eyes and hope for the best.
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    League 1, 2, Non League Football 2018-19 Season

    So we never come back to win games after going a goal down, hardly score any goals away from home, and Akil Wright can't shoot for shit. After a poor sounding first half and going 1-0 down to a (maybe soft) penalty, the first 15 minutes of the second half completely turned those assumptions on their head as we smashed in 3. The Bryan Hughes half time bunch of football clichés clearly dong the trick. Havant and Waterlooville got one back and Lainton, who's been ace all season and after Chris Maxwell has to be the best keeper we've had in over 10 years, saved us right at the very end. An incredible set of results for us today too with Gateshead the only other side in the top 7 who won. Terrible result for Salford again losing at home to Dover , but Leyton Orient also losing at home to Maidenhead was the biggest surprise. It's been a bit of a turbulent few weeks for Wrexham, but if we manage to beat Boreham Wood away on Tuesday we actually go top. Bloody Hell. I'd settle for a draw.
  4. It's well daft that there is no tutorial and zero instructions explaining how all the battling others stuff actually works. I deliberately messed up and quit the two games I started last night because it's not obvious what the fuck is going on. And really it should assume people won't have even played Tetris before and explain that stuff too. I've now found a guide that explains things though, so I'll give it another go this morning. https://www.thegamer.com/tetris-99-guide-nintendo-battle-royale/
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    Nintendo Direct - 13.02 10PM GMT

    Any idea where the instructions are for Tetris 99? I couldn't find any.
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    Super Mario Maker 2 - June 2019

    I'd imagine NES costumes will make a return so Waluigi will be there for sure. Maybe not the other one.
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    Super Mario Maker 2 - June 2019

    Pretty much a certainty this is two player isn't it? Creating and playing. The 3D world stuff was a nice surprise. Creating is not going to be as good without that Wii U Gamepad, but it looks fucking sensational. This is going to be HUGE.
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    Nintendo Direct - 13.02 10PM GMT

    Mario Maker 2 and StarFox Grand Prix top of my list. Not long now
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    Metroid Prime Trilogy (Switch) *unconfirmed*

    It definitely went far more wonky than the pro controller when I gave it a go. I think a big part of this was that I was naturally using the motion far more than I would when using a Pro where the combo of stick and motion to turn is more balanced. So I wasn't correcting horizontal drift using the stick as frequently, which happens without even thinking or noticing it on the Pro. And when using the Steam Controller in FPS games. I think you'd have to get it pointing the right way somehow for it to be of any use.
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    The Worst Characters Committed to Screen

    EDIT 2000 - Primetime Emmy award, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series - Frasier - WON
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    Metroid Prime Trilogy (Switch) *unconfirmed*

    It felt like I actually had the arm cannon (or a bit like it) and it was a revelation. The wiimote pointer fitted Samus and her weapon better than any gun or whatever in other pointer games. The other motion stuff in Prime 3 was great too. Immersion was a huge part of what made the Prime games so ace. They took great effort in making you feel like you were playing as Samus with the HUD and the face reflections and the way you transitioned between third and first person. So stuff like actually pointing a weapon and interacting with a door opening made even more of an impact in Metroid, games that were already really going for that kind of shit anyway.
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    Metroid Prime Trilogy (Switch) *unconfirmed*

    The addition of pointer controls improved the first two a billion times more than going HD on Switch will do. They were 60 FPS anyway, went widescreen on the Wii, and actually still look really great as games on that console. Redoing these games on Switch has not been top of my list to be honest. If they've got something working as well as the Splatoon controls do though, I'm obviously in.
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    Metroid Prime Trilogy (Switch) *unconfirmed*

    Sadly, I don't think the joycon are suitable for doing Wii style pointer controls in FPS games where the reticule is always there. That drift is just what happens, it's not World of Goo's fault. And it was quite significant in World of Goo.
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    League 1, 2, Non League Football 2018-19 Season

    Not much of one actually. Might have been clapped and stuff around the dug out, but there was no name chanting as far as I could hear. There wasn't much to cheer about for quite a while in the game. To be honest, he's our 4th manager in less than 12 months. The mood around the Racecourse is that we weren't really wanting another change of manager and that we should have got it right before Christmas. There has also been quite a fair bit of criticism of the board from some which has taken the attention away from the actual appointment of Bryan Hughes. So the reaction to his arrival has been more "Okay here comes another one", followed by stuff like "I wonder what he's going to wear on the touch line? Oh he's got a tracksuit on of course. I wish we had gone for a manger who wears jeans."
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