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  1. I'm assuming this is what Rushy did next? Seems to be EUR 30 on the European xbox store fronts (GBP 50 in the UK). I'm kind of tempted at that price.
  2. Make sure your TV is in game mode - you want as little lag as possible.
  3. How about a new entry? Pikmin 3 came out 7 years ago!
  4. 11/07 - 1979 Revolution: Black Friday (Xbox One) - You're a young photographer that gets caught up in the Iranian Revolution. Having watched Argo and having friends who's parents escaped from Iran around the time of the revolution, it was one of those things I was aware of but knew very little about. I now know more. As with many games of their ilk there's little actual gameplay, walk around, interact, take some photos and occasionally you have choices to choose from which in theory have an impact on the narrative path. I enjoyed this, well worth picking up the next time it's on sale. 04/08 - Ghost of Tsushima (PS4) - This is a strange game. It's graphically stunning, the game world is massive and yet whilst I did everything (got the Platinum) and probably spent over 50 hours playing, it doesn't quite come together. I can't quite put my finger on it - maybe too much repetition? Anyhow, it's good, at times excellent, but there's an emptiness to it. Previously:
  5. I know what you mean. I found Future Tone overwhelming when I originally bought it and only really got into it earlier this year. You do have to create your own challenges i.e. beat all songs on a set difficulty, then go back to get better rankings etc. There is a Survival Mode which bizarrely is completely hidden away.
  6. The issue with Sega’s arcade driving games is that the most iconic songs didn’t have lyrics. It’s arguably a good thing they didn’t include this butchering of Magical Sound Shower, complete with lyrics.
  7. I generally avoid tat editions. They take up loads of space and the additional cost is usually astronomical for what you get. However I did make an exception and bought the Yakuza 6 After Hours Premium Edition. You got some nice drinking glasses; coasters; drink stones and a hardcover artbook. In addition at the time it was the only way to get a copy of the game in a standard PS4 case. For an extra 30 pounds it was worth it.
  8. Yangus would be even nicer
  9. It's still very vague seeing as we're fairly close to the console's release. If I knew everything would play perfectly on day 1 then I'd be more likely to get a PS5, but as it is, the lack of information doesn't fill me with confidence.
  10. What happens if half those games aren't backward compatible? Sony have been quite vague with their BC announcements - the last I heard was that the 100 best selling games should all be BC. Until there's more clarity I'm veering towards a Series X.
  11. I assume they're going for images similar to those seen on trading cards/stickers, which ties in nicely with all the in app purchasing they expect you to do.
  12. Isn’t that stating the resolution and frame rate will be bumped up to match the original PS4 release?
  13. This is up for pre-order on PSN. Out 13 November. English dub and there’s a PS5 version too. More info here https://www.ign.com/articles/yakuza-like-a-dragon-ps5-series-x-english-dub-george-takei-release-date
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