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  1. Enter The Matrix was better than Iggy's Reckin' Balls
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    Battlefield 1 - World War One

    I don't think they've necessarily ballsed up spotting, it's really easy to just mash the spot button on BF1 and it becomes like a UI target duckshoot for your team mates which I always found a bit immersion shattering. I think the new squad marking mechanic where you lay down a way point for your pals feels a bit more organic and tactical.
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    Gareth Evans' Apostle - September 28th on Netflix

    I think it is. I think a lot of it was filmed in the fair country.
  4. I thought this was pretty decent overall, surprised there's not been much chatter on here about it, particularly as there are a fair few King fans knocking about. I think it helps comparing it to absolute dross like The Mist tv show, maybe I'm being a bit more lenient than usual in that regard, but I'm really looking forward to the second series.
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    Battlefield V - November 20th

    This is a completely bullshit 'consensus' though. The new changes to revive and anmo make it much more tactical an experience. Battlefield has never been a game to play solo, it's all about playing as a squad with your pals. Plus it's a beta, lots of things will be subject to change. According to previous 'community consensus', BF1 was a bad game and I spent hundreds of incredibly entertaining hours on that.
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    Battlefield V - November 20th

    Because it's a full game that's been out for years rather than a beta? Most of your criticisms are just gameplay niggles or bugs that will undoubtedly be fixed. That's the whole point of a beta isn't it? Apart from the solo thing, it's a competitive multiplayer team based shooter. It's all about playing with pals.
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    Battlefield V - November 20th

    Anybody end up swapping weapons with teammates after reviving them? Not sure if it's a bug or because swap kit is on the same button.
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    Battlefield V - November 20th

    Really enjoying the beta. It appears to be a slower, more measured experience than Battlefield 1 (which I personally loved and haven't stopped regularly playing with my pals since release) but the changes definitely seem like interesting steps in the right direction so far.
  9. Looks like the Dredd game I've always wanted. Definite Mega City One vibes.
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    Desperados 3

    Spent many a rainy Saturday afternoon quietly bumping off banditos with John Cooper and the gang as a kid, not to mention infiltrating Nazi U Boat pens in the Commandos games. I'm all for this glorious early noughties stealth tactics revivalist movement.
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    Battlefield V - November 20th

    It looks superb, but I'm sad they caved into pressure and put a token battle royale mode in there. I'd prefer it if they put those resources into launching it with a few more maps.
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    Phantom Doctrine

    I'm planning on picking this up on steam. Watched a few gameplay videos, not too many because I want it to be as fresh as possible. Still a bit hesitant as to whether or not it'll be any good.
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    No Man's Sky

    Glad to see they've made flying over a planet an actually interesting prospect, I recall on launch you just kind of hovered in the same region of the sky as if propelled by strings and were unable to crash into the ground at all. Ships feel much weightier now. It's kind of the game I hoped it would be on release.
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    Steam

    Unturned is some kind of free to play online zombie survival game made by a young kid. Which is quite heartwarming in some ways.
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    Shadow Warrior 2

    Picked this up in the psn sale. The actual gun/swordplay is great fun with terrific gore and such, but christ the story and voice acting is actually painful to endure.
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