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  1. Saw one suggestion that the chainsaw sound at the end of the Shang Tsung trailer could actually be hinting at Doomguy rather than Ash.
  2. Season Pass has some of the outright best levels of the game. For the very valid criticism of repeated enemies and level layout, it addresses that wonderfully. The big siege level. Team Ninja have been great at addressing criticism and suggestions for this game. Gives me a lot of faith for Nioh 2.
  3. In recent years, then ending that has stuck with me the most has been Space Dandy. There are a lot of problems with the show, but I greatly enjoyed it's frivolous throwaway nature where every episodes ends with some form of cataclysmic cliffhanger that is completely disregarded when the next episode starts. Hell, it's not even acknowledged. I thought that was a great little dig at shows with big overarching plotlines... ...and then they fucking dropped that Season 2 finale. Still frivolous, still lighthearted, but goddamn what a pleasant surprise of an ending that put the biggest smile on my face.
  4. I don't have a PSVR, but was something I was considering come Christmas time when all the discounts come in again. Yeah I had heard about the oppressive nature of the game. Sounds rad.
  5. With regards to Thumper, would anyone be able to answer as to whether it's better to experience in VR? It's one that definitely interests me (especially at that price) but always struck me as something better experienced through VR.
  6. Cheyenne

    Nintendo Switch

    I still rate Heist as my favourite. Excellent game and I am tempted to double dip for the Switch version. Was going to get Quest but I'll hold off for the physical release later this year. Would rather get physical if possible.
  7. Magick Archer was my jam. The later powers are absolutely mega and come in real handy on Bitterblack Isle.
  8. You'd need to check online for the specific numbers (or level up once in each class and make note of the number changes) as each class gives different basic stat increases upon levelling. For example, if you go to Assassin as early as possible and only level up in that class, you get some like +6 to your Attack with each level, but it sacrifices almost every other stat, making you a pure glass cannon. Some people tend to build their characters around levelling up a set amount across particular classes, to maximise base stat gains alongside their gear. As an aside, you'll generally want to mix up your classes, as attaining higher ranks unlocks more abilities exclusive to that class but in particular, the Augments you can unlock and purchase are transferable between classes. So you may find some stuff down the Sorcerer's path that will possibly benefit a Magick Archer, for example.
  9. Looks like absolute bollocks. Totally down for it, fingers crossed it's the good kind of bollocks.
  10. If the 'Thwomp' is what I think it is, you can bypass them without combat. Play around with the gestures when their eyes open.
  11. Onryoki has major tells. He hurts like hell, but study his patterns and you should be able to dodge his attacks with consistency. Should you do so, the window to punish is huge after a bunch of his attacks. At this stage of the game he's meant to teach you that harsh lesson about picking your moment, and if you get too greedy he'll crush you.
  12. I got the 7-day trial of Nintendo Online, mostly so I can do the related Challenges in this game. I do like playing Online, but I think I can make something of a controversial statement... ...I vastly prefer playing with Items on and with no banned stages. Sure, I love watching high-level Smash and seeing just how good some people can be, but the essence of the games for me is rooted in getting a room of mates and watching the chaos unfold. I've had a few great local multiplayer sessions since the game has been released, and my favourite matches online have been when there's 4 players and a whole bunch of nonsense flying around the screen. Still enamoured with the game. Effortless to just pop it on for 30 minutes of matches, maybe get a few more Spirits or do a Classic Run. I am really enjoying this design ethos Nintendo are pushing with their first-party titles; games that can be played in short bursts as well as extended play sessions are absolutely ideal for an adult lifestyle, and I can always find time for little play inbetween work, social commitments and other responsibilities. Wii U Trainer is still best character.
  13. Regular matches. You can customise rulesets to allow Spirits. Unsure if you can take that Online (I doubt it).
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