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  1. Minion

    Killing Eve - BBC Spy thriller, comedy, drama

    I think goofball is the wrong term, that makes her sound like an incompetent clown. She is definitely not incompetent. She's a psychopath, she even admits to it, and she revels in her psychopathy is how I read it. Anyway whatever she is she's awesome, the fact that I root for her when she is clearly an evil villain makes it interesting.
  2. Minion

    Line of Duty (BBC)

    Damn, watched S3 Ep05 last night
  3. Minion

    PS4 Pro

    I hope not, it would put me off buying a PS5 at launch if they bundled VR into it, I've tried it and it's not for me, I would not want to pay extra for something I didn't want, just like the kinect. I would have thought Sony realise this though.
  4. Make sure you aim for the head, enemies go down very quick if you hit them in the head.
  5. Minion

    CONDOR

    Yeah I've seen this, it's not bad though it's also not great. I love spy/conspiracy stuff so enjoyed it for what it was, worth a watch if you have a gap in your viewing schedule and like this kind of stuff.
  6. Minion

    Killing Eve - BBC Spy thriller, comedy, drama

    You would be correct.
  7. Minion

    Better Call Saul!

    I wonder what Kim has in mind.
  8. Minion

    Line of Duty (BBC)

    I've been binging this since last week, half way through series 3, it's so good!
  9. You're in for a treat, episode 2 was brilliant.
  10. So I couldn't find a thread for this using the search function. From the creator of The Shadow Line and The Honourable Woman comes Black Earth Rising: As a child, Kate Ashby was rescued from the horrific aftermath of the Rwandan genocide and brought to the UK. But the tragic shadow of her past proves impossible to escape. Well this started last week and I'm a big fan of Blick's two previous dramas. To be honest I was slightly disappointed by the first episode as it felt a little bit middling with not a great deal happening but I was wrong to worry. Blick was just setting up the characters and the scene and this weeks episode was absolutely amazing, very intriguing with lots of threads starting to appear. As for Michaela Cole, well she is just incredible. Is anyone watching? What did you think of the first two episodes?
  11. Minion

    Killing Eve - BBC Spy thriller, comedy, drama

    Jodie Comer totally bosses this, good that the beeb made them all available as I binged it too when i got hold of it, it's one of those programs.
  12. I killed someone earlier and they dropped their armour, I may have killed them purely with headshots and maybe didn't damage their armour? It was level 2 armour too. It doesn't happen often but it has happened. Edit: Sorry and to answer the second question the more damage the armour takes the picture of it changes to show it more ruffed up, it's quite hard to tell to be honest, it could be made clearer.
  13. Well I've really enjoyed it and it is a very nice surprise to be excited about a COD game after all these years. I love the shooter sandbox element it brings and the gun controls are so nice and tight as you would expect from COD. I've had some great moments and look forward to many more. I've even ended up buying MW remastered to fill the hole this leaves for the next few weeks as it is on offer at present. Anyway roll on release and well done Treyarch!
  14. Yeah it's good fun, got another win in this morning can't wait for release now. Only gripe for me is the sound design, being able to identify where footsteps are coming from is confusing but I've found this with every Treyarch COD I've played so I doubt that will change but it's not game breaking.
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