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  1. This comes from a These Football Times issue solely about Liverpool. Loads of good articles in it and an interview with Carra as well. £10 but i would definitely recommend.
  2. This system really needs a good golf game. Its the only thing missing. Yes i know it has turf masters but I've been playing that for 10+ years. (and im still shit at it).
  3. N64 needs one of the Wrestling games. No Mercy or maybe WCW/NWO Revenge?
  4. Quick question do i need a gamepad to get this up and running, or could i manage it with just the wii u and a usb xbox controller (for example) There's one without gamepad going really cheap near me
  5. Clocked this last night, it had been annoying me. I normally don't spam credits on mame just to get through games but had to on this, i was struggling too much. Think it was a mixture of slight lag and being a bit shit in the end. Anyway afterwards i was thinking about just how long it had been since i first played it and now I've finally cleared it. Fucking years! I might start going through all the other old games i got nowhere near finishing and start using some save states. Good game i think, albeit pretty unfair at times. Wouldn't mind trying the saturn one next, never even played it.
  6. Got really vivid memories of playing this on a cab in the chippy round the corner from my nans when i was a kid, so was quite eager to play it again to be honest, not sure I've touched it in years. Feels a bit stiff in mame, couple of frames off every now and again, but maybe im just awful at it. Eventually got to 3-4 but trying to time those jumps in the sewer in 3-3 is getting to me a bit and then brigette neilsen just keeps doing me in. Good game, although i think im going to struggle beating it without some serious save states or dozens of credits. These retro game clubs dont half make you realise just how much years of work/kids/booze have really depleted reaction time tbh
  7. I would have loved a true sequel to Beneath A Steel Sky. Great story- albeit too much padding eventually - and lovely art style. Was so good when i was a kid. Otherwise, Cosmic Smash 2 please. Such a clean style that it could have continued forever with new levels really. Edit- this also applies to Neo Geo Turf Masters
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    Nintendo Switch

    The handling is decent enough; i wouldn't say there is a vast difference between cars necessarily, outside of the obvious speed increases as you grind through. My main complaint would be that the races are a bit too short, certainly to begin with. By the end they have started to stretch out but even then, not as long as I'd have liked. Asphalt is better and its free, albeit more arcade.
  9. Its an emulation xmas for us- planning to revisit N64 classics on the pi4 with my brother all xmas, will probably just play No Mercy in spite of having 20000000 other games on it like the olden days. That & PS4 Everybody's Golf
  10. Transformers on PS2 was an incredible achievement at the time
  11. Wonderm

    Google Stadia

    From a major artist's point of view there is a lot of money to be made from streaming, but at a lower level (I.e. 10k or less streams for smaller independent artist), its not really that much money, especially if you look at conversion rates if the product had been sold rather than streamed. Most lower level artist money is realistically made via bandcamp as opposed to streaming services. I suppose you could argue that the steam store is the gaming equivalent but the profit margins are pretty different from what I understand. That said if you're an artist who finds their musical internally playlisted by spotify or featured on home screen--particularly for apple music on the latter, weirdly- there is a significant jump in plays that can seem substantial when it comes to royalties. You do get people trying to cater for those now as well though. Sorry for the digression
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