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  1. PyramidFace

    Resident Evil 2 Remake - 1-Shot Demo January 11th

    You're right. People are much more enlightened about control systems these days. *Covertly tries to brush RDR2's wild critical acclaim under the carpet without anyone noticing*
  2. PyramidFace

    Resident Evil 2 Remake - 1-Shot Demo January 11th

    Presumably because the controls aren't "fucking horrendous".
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    Nintendo Switch

    All the games.
  4. PyramidFace

    Super Mario Odyssey - ALL CAPS

    There's a hidden super heart near the start before you jump on the zipline. Hint: see what you can throw Cappy on.
  5. PyramidFace

    Resident Evil 2 Remake - 1-Shot Demo January 11th

    If RE5 and 6 taught us anything, it's that Capcom needs to stop trying to replicate the lightning in a bottle that is 4. I don't know where you got the idea from that RE2make was going to be RE4 set in the police station. From day one Capcom have been selling this as (broadly speaking) the 'classic' Resi gameplay formula married to an over-the-shoulder perspective. You seem to be criticizing the game for not directly matching a concept you invented in your own head. As for what Edge 'RDR2 10/10' Magazine gives it...who cares?
  6. PyramidFace

    Resident Evil 2 Remake - 1-Shot Demo January 11th

    I too am shocked to discover that a Resident Evil game features medallions and cranks.
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    It's clearly a conscious design decision as both Dark Souls 2 and 3 also force you to return to the hub to level up, but I can't figure out From's motivation for it. Although there's so few stats in Bloodborne that manually levelling up may as well have just been removed all together.
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    Bloodborne does suffer from a few too many of the bosses being giant thrashing monsters that you can barely fit on your screen, let alone learn the moveset of. Soulsborne games in general are usually better with the duel-type affairs - LM and OoK in The Old Hunters being good examples of this.
  9. PyramidFace

    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    January 2019 Resident Evil 0 (PS4 - 2016) This one came with my PS4 copy of REmake so, having never played it before, I thought I'd give it a go. Hmm. The headline character switching mechanic is fine in itself (although I feel that the puzzles could have done a bit more with it), but the removal of item boxes is horrible and essentially just balloons the amount of backtracking involved. Meanwhile, the game's famous train section is over in a flash and then, after a quick stop at a bargain bin Spencer mansion, it's back to the usual forgettable procession of bland industrial environments. The protagonists are unlikable, the story is drivel and really the only thing that kept me going was the classic old school Resi gameplay that was buried somewhere underneath all this nonsense. Probably not worth playing unless you're looking to complete the RE set. 6/10 Previously... January 2019: Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! (Switch - 2018) 7/10 January 2019: Resident Evil (PS4 - 2015) 10/10
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    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    January 2019 Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! (Switch - 2018) This remake of (deep breath) Red/Blue/Green/Yellow benefits from the scrapping of wild Pokemon battles, and also ratchets the cute factor up to obscene degrees. It's very, very easy - although while being simultaneously a bit of a slog by the end - but overall this is a bright and breezy trip down nostalgia lane. 7/10 Resident Evil (PS4 - 2015) A quick run through REmake in preparation for RE2's own reworking later this month. A stone cold classic if ever there was one, even if the PS4 port's main achievement is to make the FMV scenes look as awful as possible. 10/10
  11. PyramidFace

    Why are Nintendo fans so annoying?

    I will never forget the day my 28 year old son saw the word 'Witchypoos'. It destroyed his life. Sir, how dare you sir. Sir.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    There's also air dodges (ZL/ZR + direction).
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    What games did you complete? 2018 Edition

    December 2018 Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS4 - 2017) Good to see 2018 out with one of the more enjoyable games I played this year. Resi staples like item scarcity, inventory management and goofy puzzles are all back, married to a game that, in my opinion, is a much more successful take on the formula Alien Isolation was aiming for. A desperately needed series reset after the dire 5 and 6, Resi 7 has already got me firing up REmake HD and looking forward to RE2's return next month. 8/10 Previously... December 2018: Titanfall 2 (PS4 - 2016) 7/10 December 2018: Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4 - 2018) 7/10 December 2018: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Switch - 2018) 7/10 December 2018: Dark Souls: Remastered (Switch - 2018) 10/10 October 2018: Heavy Rain (PS4 - 2016) 4/10 October 2018: Shenmue II (PS4 - 2018) 8/10 September 2018: Dark Souls III (PS4 - 2016) 9/10 September 2018: Shenmue (PS4 - 2018) 10/10 August 2018: A Way Out (PS4 - 2018) 5/10 August 2018: Bloodborne (PS4 - 2015) 10/10 July 2018: Fahrenheit (PC - 2005) 5/10 July 2018: Mario Tennis Aces (Switch - 2018) 4/10 July 2018: Yoku's Island Express (Switch - 2018) 7/10 June 2018: Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Switch - 2018) 6/10 May 2018: Doom (Switch - 2017) 7/10 April 2018: Golf Story (Switch - 2017) 7/10 February 2018: Celeste (Switch - 2018) 7/10 January 2018: Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Switch - 2017) 7/10
  14. PyramidFace

    Gaming Podcasts

    Mat was spot on about RDR2.

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