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  1. Watched this today and loved it from start to finish. It’s a love letter to Rudy Ray Moore and is about as saccharine as you can get but it earns every drop of sweetness. Utterly hilarious throughout. A nice companion to One Cut of the Dead. Here’s to uncynical, heartfelt films!
  2. Do you, or your company, worry about this? Are you concerned at the very real possibility that this person could be ruining their life running up massive debts to play a videogame?
  3. It’s not even close to being the best on the system.
  4. If it takes more than a few seconds to check for offside then the benefit of the doubt should be given to the attacker. Spending ages trying to work out if a shoulder is two centimetres ahead of a foot is a ridiculous state of affairs.
  5. Rise: Race the Future, the best arcade racer on the Switch that doesn't have '8 Deluxe' in it's title, is on sale for two weeks. £12.80 which is a ridiculous bargain. I've already written far too much in the games own thread so tl,dr: it's flawed (tiny dev team with no budget) but has an amazingly satisfying and deep handling model and some of the best track design I've ever seen. Buy! Buy! Buy!
  6. I thought it was a bit rubbish. The camera is too zoomed in so you can’t see hazards far enough away. Which, as there’s bucket loads of stuff happening all the time, makes it a purely reaction based shooter. I just got frustrated dying from stuff I didn’t see and gave up. I only spent a pound or two on it though.
  7. The problem is that Pix'n Love Rush has disappeared off my purchase list so that process doesn't work. It's weird. I know I own it because it's still installed on my never-to-be-updated iPad 3 Llamasoft machine. But there's no purchase history.
  8. GameClub has just launched. It's a bit like Apple Arcade but with mostly older games from the 'golden age' of iOS gaming. You pay a fiver a month and get access to a bucket load of games without any IAP or adverts. What's particularly interesting, and very decent of them, is that they've updated the original apps themselves. That means any of the games that are part of GameClub that you bought when they first came out are now playable again, even if you don't subscribe to the service. You have to click past a bunch of GameClub splash screens the first time you boot it up but otherwise they're fine. Hook World, Space Miner, Forget.Me.Not and loads more belters are back from the dead and playable on an iPhone XR. The only game that didn't work was Pix'n Love Rush which seems to have disappeared from my purchase list for some reason.
  9. Firmino->Salah->Mané The weight on the passes and the shot were sublime.
  10. Well, I was wrong. I did go back and try it at the harder difficulties. I went back through the championships at Legend difficulty but using the Ionos FV1 (so technically cheating). And then I created a new save file and went through the entire game, championship and challenges at Legend difficulty. Good lord, the final set of challenges are wankers. This is now my second most played game on the Switch, over 50 hours, only New Star Manager has been played more. Going back through the developers tweets, it looks like they're working on some updates as well. this game.
  11. Lovely article in the guardian by Ian Rush. Ian Rush: 'It’s funny that I’m teaching kids now, as I used to hate coaches' https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/oct/22/ian-rush-coaching-liverpool-juventus-wales He sounds really contented and enjoying life.
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