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  1. Then @Kirby will be fuming. But... he'll just have to suck it up.
  2. http://gearnuke.com/ps-plus-march-2018-games-lineup-best/
  3. Best classic tomb raider?

    https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2015/03/it-felt-like-robbery-tomb-raider-and-the-fall-of-core-design/3/
  4. He is indeed now working at Moon Studios on a sequel to Ori. He had started work on a Metroidvania game before that and judging by his single tweet on his Twitter profile is still going ahead with that.
  5. Nintendo Switch

    You'd be better off buying the unbranded version for a few quid cheaper, unless you're insistent on having a Switch logo on a memory card you'll never look at. https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-microSDXC-Memory-Adapter-Performance/dp/B073JYC4XM/ Or get this one from PicStop for £29.99 if you don't mind waiting a few days. I bought a couple from them the other week, so can recommend them. Edit: Or this slightly slower one for £26.59 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-ultra-128gb-micro-sdxc-card-sd-adapter-2659-mymemory-with-code-2897452
  6. The Alan Partridge Thread

    You're always going on about Benjamin Netanyahu. Let it go Lynn, you're never going to meet him!
  7. Best classic tomb raider?

    I get the impression they'd seen Shenmue and thought they could do something like that, but yeah, the whole thing got too ambitious. I have a vague recollection of an interview with Jeremy Heath-Smith in OPM where he outlined what they were planning on doing. That included (if my my memory serves me correctly) the ability to download new levels to the PS2 HDD. It must have been early in development as the HDD didn't end up getting released in Europe.
  8. Best classic tomb raider?

    I would personally give the original a try before diving into Anniversary, if only to see the progression. The grid system may feel a bit odd to get on with at first, but you'll soon realise it actually helps with getting the right distance for jumps. If you like that, TR2 is definitely worth playing afterwards and is my personal favourite of the "classic" series. As an aside, I'm curious how Core's version of Anniversary would have turned out. I doubt it would have been any better than CD's version, and if they hadn't learnt anything from Angel of Darkness it would have controlled terribly, but it would have been interesting to see their take on modernising the original.
  9. Gaming Magazines

    Read while driving. You need to multitask.
  10. PlayStation VR

    I'd consider Farpoint a must buy. You can get an extra £5 off the moment too https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-5-10-20-off-35-75-and-150-video-games-2893349
  11. The Alan Partridge Thread

    Jurassic Park! http://www.bbc.co.uk/mediacentre/latestnews/2018/this-time-with-alan-partridge
  12. Modern Retro Handheld Game Players

    Introducing the PocketSprite. Looks rather fiddly. Prices currently from $45 (in kit form). Very tiny – fits on your keychain, but still totally playable Plays all Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Sega Master System, and Game Gear games Instant resume let’s you pick up a game exactly where you left off One-click-upload via Wi-Fi for new games / software / updates Rechargeable battery gives hours of gameplay per charge High-quality build with tactile buttons and adjustable volume and brightness Printed instruction sheet and embossed collector’s storage box Open source software and hardware: https://github.com/PocketSprite Powerful, ESP32-based hardware development platform PocketSprite Coding Challenge: code something cool, win the €1000 prize money https://www.crowdsupply.com/teampocket/pocketsprite
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