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    PS4 entering final phase of its life, according to SIE CEO

    Wii on Wii U also surely So basically Nintendo have offered full backwards compatibility on every main line console since the GC and handheld from the original GB to the 3DS
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    Xbox Game Pass (Subscription Service)

    Sunset Overdrive is a gem, albeit one that can be picked up for a fiver now ReCore and Lucky are fun too. The remaster of DmC is on there too if you've never played and is great. And Rise of the Tomb Raider
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    Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition - Out now!

    You have become deKay Abandon all hope and whatever you do don't order anything from Amazon...
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    Nintendo Switch eShop

    This plus Uridium derived equals sold.
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    Splatoon 2

    Ranked is a lot tricker than Turf War though - and you really are likely to get mullered if your not familiar with the game type. Personally I can't understand why anyone wouldn't love Turf War but if its not appealing I can't see that changing in ranked - all the game modes are a lot more intense
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    I would admit anything for music

    There is no shame in loving Avril
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    Star Fox Grand Prix - a Retro Studios joint? (READ OP)

    Not exactly an extensive number of them on the Switch though is there? But the console does have more than a few non realistic racers. Personally this isn’t really what I’m looking for from retro
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    RⒶGE 2 - Explosions by Avalanche Studios

    Same sort of relationship between the Prey games. Although this doesn’t exactly look completely dissimilar to the original
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    RⒶGE 2 - Explosions by Avalanche Studios

    The ending probably. I loved Rage - rocket shotguns ftw and the section in the forbidden city or whatever it was called was a fabulous slice of 1st person survival horror. It was just a shame the disparate elements didn't quite fit together into a cohesive game but when it worked it really worked well. Oh and there was that ending. But yeah certainly more than mildly interested in a sequel.
  10. It’s been up since yesterday morning so they don’t seem that bothered
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    Destiny 2

    Whilst that is a fair point I was never a fan of hunting dead ghosts and hunting for I forget what they were calcified husks maybe or whatever for Touch of Malice was tedious. Was it too much to ask for an interesting quest line to go with the exotic? Given Taken King had some really good ones can’t have been too much effort to come up with something slightly less annoying. Okay maybe I’m just annoyed that I want an exotic sword and it’s going to be dull
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    Destiny 2

    Me badly wants exotic sword. *looks up requirements* Collect 35 obscure hidden items. Oh do fuck off Bungie.
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    What games did you complete? 2018 Edition

    May Celeste (Switch) Well I didn't think my New Year completions flurry would last, but I didn't expect it to be another 4 months before I finally finished a game!! Due to a combination of playing several things for about 20 hours and then getting distracted by something else I haven't actually managed to finish a main console game since Jan. However with the more frequent time I get snatched here and there on Nintendo's lovely portable hybrid I have finally managed to get through this. Although I really wasn't sure I would. I do like a good platformer, and I still have much affection for the 2D classics. But see I'm not really that great at them. I never had lightning reflexes and to be honest I'm pushing 40 and they are probably not even a fraction of what they were when I could motor through the 8 and 16 bit Marios. And Celeste is hard, very hard, maddeningly hard in fact. But it also never tries to crush you. Tying pixel perfect sequencing of jumps and dashes into a few screens at a time, you get better, and better and eventually you clear it. You land that strawberry. You reach the top of the mountain. The game has lots of 16 bit pixel art charm, a beautiful soundtrack and an unusually affecting story addressing anxiety and mental illness (which is a singularly odd combination for a game that is essentially about jumping from one side of a screen to another) but mainly its about that satisfaction in first working out how the hell you navigate somewhere and then the satisfaction when you finally string the inputs together and make it. 22 hours, 113 strawberries and over 5000 deaths later I cleared chapter 7. I scaled the mountain. I genuinely feel proud of this achievement! Even though those numbers really do show how bad I am at this sort of thing Still much to do if I'm feeling particularly masochistic - I only got one crystal heart and I need another 3 to try chapter 8. I've unlocked all the b-sides but having only got through 4 screens of the first one I'm not sure if completing them is a realistic goal. But for now I will bask in the feeling of making it. So yeah, its probably the best 2d platformer I have ever played and I loved every single death - honest.
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    Destiny 2

    Well there’s a vote of confidence

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