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  1. I think a good way to think about it is that Dark Souls bosses take a huge amount of time and effort to kill quickly. Often you’ll need specific weapons and builds and buffs to do massive damage really quickly. Whereas in Bloodborne, killing things quickly is always the optimal strategy, and any boss you’ve learned should be a relatively quick fight.
  2. The BBC has slowly but surely been replacing all their actual journalism with “wot I fink” pieces where uninformed random members of the public spew out some utter drivel on the topic and the BBC act like that means something. It’s one of the many reason the BBC and their shitty news reporting are worthless garbage. Better ask a bunch of spoilt millionaires for tips, they’ll definitely understand.
  3. I mean, I think the difference is that if you’re experienced, you absolutely can sprint into all those enemies and murder them. Between stamina recharge being so fast and regain on your health, it is much more possible to run through killing things quickly than Dark Souls. You still need to practice for a while to get to that point though.
  4. Because the arcane requirements of Rockstar’s engine don’t seem to produce consistent results even across incredibly expensive sets of hardware. The top settings require intensely expensive components and people seem to get massively different results even with some similar configurations.
  5. Game of the Year A1. Resident Evil 2 A2. Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice A3. A4. A5. Biggest Disappointment of the Year (game, hardware, or anything else) Z1. Growing budgets meaning games are all exactly the same and franchises have all become identical repetitions with minor visual differences like an endless army of FIFAs Z2. Z3. Z4. Z5. Sound Design of the Year S1. Resident Evil 2 S2. S3. Visual Design of the Year V1. Resident Evil 2 V2. V3. Writing of the Year W1. W2. W3. Gaming Format (System) of the Year F1. PC Publisher or Developer of the Year P1. From Software Best Supported Game (released pre 2019) of the Year B1. Destiny 2 Your game of the year that didn't come out this year (basically what is your favourite game you played this year that came out in 2018 or earlier) X1. Destiny 2 Best game character of the year C1. C2. C3. And the big one: Game of the Decade D1. Dark Souls D2. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim D3. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild D4. Destiny D5. Bloodborne D6. Final Fantasy XV D7. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds D8. Journey D9. Street Fighter IV D10. Super Mario 3D World
  6. I'm hoping it's basically an Xbox Scarlett for people who don't have a 4K TV and want to play the same games at 1080 without wasting money on hardware they won't use. A top end gaming PC would cost thousands of pounds and won't run RDR2 at 4K60 on Ultra.
  7. Compared to what though? Pokemon is the laziest, greediest, most creatively bankrupt franchise in the industry. Fucking FIFA changes more version to version than Pokemon does, and they’ve been ripping off their fans since day one. There’s never been a time when the franchise wasn’t putting the least possible effort in and doing whatever it can to grift it’s fans.
  8. You can keep doing it, but you won’t have the 4x boost from the artefact anymore, so it will be even slower. It said they’re adding a different method to get the gun and catalyst later. I gave up on it though, the gun feels shite and I’m not using it for hours in the hope that it might be less shite with the catalyst.
  9. The difference in Iron banner feels more minor than it ever has as well, with barely any difference between playing it at 940 compared to 970.
  10. Broker

    Google Stadia

    The new Darksiders is $10 more expensive on Stadia than it is on PC.
  11. I’d go one step further. Have our protagonists be part of a smaller imperial remnant that wants to bring back the glory of an empire they don’t understand, fighting against a republic that’s become corrupt since ROTJ. What’s the best Star Wars wiki to read up on this stuff?
  12. Broker

    Google Stadia

    I was thinking that. If the new Flight Simulator can have a huge world because it’s streaming the terrain data to you rather than including it in the download, then theoretically could any stadia game be that big? Could you much more easily have a GTA style game with a map the size of America because you only need to get the data onto the server once, rather than to everybody’s machines?
  13. Broker

    Google Stadia

    Bloodborne is why I bought my PS4, everything exclusive before that was a slightly nicer looking PS3 game or one of Sony’s embarrassing games were you play as a nineties cool guy.
  14. The risk I waste my money on something that entertains me less than Something else I could’ve bought I guess? Like when I bought Red Dead digitally and now I’m stuck with it in my library reminding me what a stupid waste of money it was and how dumb it was to buy it? A new PSVR is what, twenty pizzas? Twenty nice, happy pizza filled evenings. I’m not sure PSVR will be as good as that. Or a new monitor. Or a graphics tablet for zbrush work. There’s a lot of things I could buy that I know I’ll enjoy, and definitely won’t be gimmicky and ultimately forgotten.
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