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    Motherland (BBC 2, Tuesday at 10pm)

    It’s too cringey and hard to watch but fuck yes it’s right. Now to find the catastrophe thread
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    Shenmue 1&2

    No other option, I got through with a guide from Yahoo or something I printed out at uni.
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    Shenmue 1&2

    I played it through the first time in Japanese. I’ve never played it with English voices.
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    Gaming things you regret buying...

    When I was a student I wasted a tremendous amount of my loan etc on games. I think almost certainly the worst was going into CEX Rathbone place one evening just to see what was new on the Japanese Dreamcast. Well they had Giant Gram Wrestling and I don’t know why I bought it as I don’t even like wrestling beyond that one N64 game. Probably £60. Played it once.
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    Gaming things you regret buying...

    Sounds like you have your problem well and truly cracked.
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    Your 4K Gaming TV Experiences & Thoughts

    Just google AV receiver. Some soundbars have taken the place of such bulky amps nowadays.
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    Your 4K Gaming TV Experiences & Thoughts

    An Amp. What all your consoles and tv boxes go in before they feed to the tv.
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    Your 4K Gaming TV Experiences & Thoughts

    You connect the Gamecube via an AV receiver that handles component and you get a VGA to HDMI converter cable for the Dreamcast.
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    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Plus the dessert after is one of the best, so that makes it ok, just get through it, it's only 15 minutes, 2 bites, 5 minutes. Stop complaining!
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    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Listen apologist fuckos, you miss the point. I LOVE the game. I came BACK to the game, but for a while, that section was responsible for me not touching the game because the thought of it made me sad and was off putting. Imagine you go to your favourite restaurant all the time. Like you've been a hundred times and it's the best restaurant ever. Then one day you have to eat a fucking, I don't know, a shitty dick. A raw Alligator bumhole. A clump of dung beetles encased in birdshit. Come on guys, it won't last long and it's like one thing in and amongst a wealth of other only good experiences, you can't really complain, just pop it in your ...mouth, go on, well ok you can just ignore it but you'll have to do it eventually, just chew it up 20 minutes max and swallow it down. Stop complaining.
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    Shenmue 1&2

    Issues with the sound and issues with the graphics. TUESDAY right? Looking forward to seeing if this resonates with my 8yr old son too, given the explorative, less frantic nature of it all.
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    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    I DETESTED this section. Forced stealth! FUCK AWAY! BEGONE! I even tried getting so hench that I could destroy the really big dudes. Now you CAN, but it's basically impossible. I stayed up in a crevice hitting triple bomb arrows on one and I would have run out of all arrows after just a couple of them, and they probably respawn. Anyway, forced myself through it after avoiding it for weeks, months even. Thanks Nintendo. Glad it's over.
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    Challenge breaking mechanics

    One of my favourite things was spending ages grinding up potions and enchanting in Skyrim. You know it, making a suit of enchanted potion making clothes to make potions that up your enchantment to enchant clothing and create stupidly OP armour and weapons. The first time I loosed an arrow at a draugr and he went flying back through the dungeon like a rag doll was well worth it.

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