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  1. I bought this the other day on the OPs recommendation and finally got round to playing it today. Graphics are fantastic, the first person shooting (on foot) feels great and the story so far is decent (I'm up to the point where I took the wrist device off Anderson, did that whole "press L1" section and analysed the thing floating in the air at the end). I'm not very good in the mech yet, I need to spend more time seeing what different loadouts do. Now for some negativity. Whoever decided to fill this otherwise glorious game with stupid fucking annoyingly twattishly shite wall running sections can go and get fucked. I don't think I've ever hated anything in a game as much as I hate these. And those spider-bomb feckers too, they can piss right off. They remind me of those invisible baddies in one of the Resistance:Fall of Man games, as if they were just added after play testing to make things a bit harder.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Why do these uber-skilled hackers always struggle to hold a camera at a reasonable angle? I've seen better camera work on Sensodyne adverts
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Wait till they plug in a memory stick with ROMs on it! (I know it won't work but you can dream)
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    It could be a case of loads pre-ordered thinking they could flip it at SNES/NES Mini style profits and then changing their mind when they realised it wouldn't happen, or pre-ordering from more than one source to just secure one.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    They shouldn't take it out or change it in anyway but they could have included electronic manuals and box art for each game. That would have been the most obvious solution, assuming that the UI allowed you to jump from game to box art/manuals and back to game easily.
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    Beastie Boys

    For anyone interested in the book, the price on Amazon has just dropped to £22.40 That's another Christmas present for me sorted.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Sega should try and recreate the glory days by emulating Nintendo, just like they used to
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    From what I've read the PS Classic has a reasonable CPU/GPU, so should do a better job of emulating the PS1 than a Pi would. I'd hope that the hacking scene wouldn't just polish up the front end but maybe try and get a better emulator on there, or at least fix the frame rate issues that this has and maybe add scanlines and other graphical effects (if the emu supports it). That's assuming this thing is hackable. If not it's a real shame. If the software had lived up to the standard set by Nintendo, I'd have been excitedly waiting for the postie. I know a Pi in a case can do most of this but look at it, it's a tiny Playstation!
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    You're right, sales will probably be quite good due to the Christmas timing plus they really do seem like the ideal gift for a gamer or casual gamer of a certain age. I'm fairly sure if I hadn't already told my Mrs that I'd pre-ordered and cancelled she'd have got me one.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    What a drop-out rate. At what point will these be both £50 and hacked to give a decent UI and a decent selection of full speed games? That's when they'll start selling.
  11. Just finished this and loved it from start to finish. The acting and animation are amazing and the end credits really make the whole thing feel as authentic as a Marvel movie. Game of the year for me.
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    What games did you complete? 2018 Edition

    I've just finished Spider-Man, not sure if there's much else this year that can live up to this - Great game from start to finish, it really felt like a Marvel movie.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    There can't be any changes now, they'll have been packed and on pallets for weeks if not months before sitting on ships to distribution all around the world. I doubt Sony bods have rewritten the firmware following terrible reviews and are feverishly updating it on hundreds of thousands of units the day before release. Give it a few weeks and some clever people will hopefully have turned this into the device it could have been.
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    The electronica thread

    I just came in here to post the same link - I've ordered the double CD version and the FLAC is downloading. I haven't heard any of it yet but I've had the last two and they've been great. I wonder when the next Touched compilation will be out?
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    PlayStation 5

    I'm planning on sitting 12 feet away but viewing all my PS5 8k games through a telescope. There might be issues with FOV but wow, look at those pixels!
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