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  1. earlymodernsteve


    Am I alone in thinking this is the time to dig out full ROM sets of certain formats before they disappear completely rather than the one title in a while approach? Almost the opposite of what's intended by these changes. Wiiware has gone, Xbox Live Arcade; any other examples of lost systems/catalogues? (Some games from those have reappeared on Steam though).
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    Game piracy in 2018

    Apparently it's a game update rather than codes so shouldn't affect 2nd hand but wouldn't be surprised if Activision pulled a fast one.
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    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    I waited until post game for those; and was loaded with top equipment. The one you mention was still a PITA.
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    Nintendo eShop

    Got it on Vita. It's bloody hard; like seriously tough. Got to the first boss a couple of times. Fun if you like properly old school pattern remembering gameplay. I admit that sounds like damning with faint praise but it is a tough game to fully recommend unless you want a hairpulling experience.
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    Liverpool Football Club Thread

    If it doesn't work, I could easily see him at NXT
  6. Doing the same and nearly gave up before starting the third. I'm about a third in and it does seem better than Authority so far. Brings all the various threads from 1 and 2 together.
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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi - December 2017

    It is hilarious and completely lacking in self awareness. It just needs to be reproduced in the classic scrolling credits fashion and it could be a First Order spinoff. Never has MANifesto been more appropriate.
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    PlayStation Plus for July 2018 - Absolver & Heavy Rain

    Hoodlum Havoc I think (3). One of the best platformers of the GameCube generation.
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    Let's Play: Persona (1996)

    Cool. Glossed over that you had played quite a bit before so you'll know what to expect. I think the frequency of battles was my biggest obstacle; at times, it seemed like every step brought another one.
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    Let's Play: Persona (1996)

    Good luck. I did a runthrough of the first games a year or two back and got really far into this before hitting a wall. I've since finished all but 5 (burned myself out a bit putting 100+ hours into 4 Golden). From memory I would suggest finding some way to look at some negotiation tactics without spoiling anything else purely because the game is really unintiitive compared to its sequels. I'll follow with interest though.
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    Just a lovely package all around. Knows what it is and sets out to do that the best it can. So refreshing given the sprawling nature of so many releases. On one hand, it's a shame that the deep sale suggests a lack of buyers but on the other there's no excuse not to give it a go now.
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    Pretty short and focused. Perfect length for in between sprawling epics.
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    One of my favourite games from last year. Essential at that price.
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    Atmospheric ghost stories

    Autopsy of Jane Doe and Drag Me to Hell are in the same ballpark (though a bit more physical than strict ghosts). Orphanage is fantastic.
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    Heathers Reboot.

    I watched the pilot and it was as tone deaf as a Trump supporter in a mosque. Felt like it had been written by a Gamergater. Had some funy lines that a later rewatch of the sublime original reminded me were straight quotes. I almost wanted to watch the series to see how badly wrong it could get but life's too short.

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