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  1. Has anyone finished any of the lore plaques for any of the races?
  2. I'm yet to find anything already discovered by someone else. I must have made 50-odd jumps and used 10 black holes or more. I've been around, and yet nothing.
  3. I noticed that the patch added a useful UI thing, but I can't for the life of me remember what it was. You're welcome.
  4. Anyway, some screenshots. A bit NSFW... ATLAS SPOILER. Some of the Atlas stuff looks incredible, frankly.
  5. Regarding the 'cut' stuff, I'm not really sure what to think. I've loved my time with the game so far, despite it clearly being a bit shit and shallow in places. It's clearly a consequence of a small team trying to make such a massive thing, but there are some things I'm disappointed not to see that did seem to be more or less promised to be in there. Things like factions and space battles are basically not there at all. It looks like Hello Games had a vision they couldn't quite bring to fruition, really. Hopefully it's partly a case of not having things finished by the time release rolled round, and features and stuff can be added with updates and the like. Given the dodginess of the game now (crashes, UI problems, bugs, shallowness, etc), I can't imagine what we'd have got if the game had come out in June. Despite all its problems though, I've played it every day for HOURS AND HOURS and have loved my experience with it so far. So let this post prove that there exist people who aren't on either extreme and who have enjoyed the game while noting that it isn't perfect or beyond reproach.
  6. Having finished the Atlas path today, this isn't QUITE right.
  7. This is getting frustrating now. There seems to be no way of clearing waypoints from the galactic map, other than reaching them. I've used a couple of black holes since setting my waypoints, so my choice is to follow the trail back to them, or never see a new black hole waypoint again. On top of that, the game keeps crashing. It's an amazing game, but its issues are really doing my head in at this point.
  8. Someone tell me there's a way to remove waypoints from the galactic map. I added some on that are useless now, and when the game gives me a new one, it just doesn't get added to the map because there are already waypoints on it. :/ I've been loving the game, but the UI is shite and doing my head in.
  9. Football Thread 2016/17

  10. If you go into the Library there might be an option to manually download it?
  11. Premier League Predictions 2016-17 - Sep 1 deadline

    I'm not playing, but as a Hull City fan reading this thread is depressing.
  12. If my Spanish account is anything to go by, it should be available to download as soon as midnight comes round. 'Download' just appeared under the countdown in the Library entry, so I selected it and it's coming down now. I'd guess you can turn on your PS4 and download it whenever you want after midnight tonight, deKay. Anyway, I've been listening to the sountrack. It's very bloody good.
  13. Football thread 2015/16 season.

    And feel alienated because of the owners.
  14. BLOODBORNE: GOTY edition £25 DLC £8 for PS+ subbers

    I on the other hand would recommend you try working it out as best you can while you're still playing it. Half of the fun I had in Bloodborne was being lost as shit and trying to make sense of the madness and the world. It'd seem a little shallow to me to go through the game without any context for what you're doing (even if it's a batshit and very incorrect concoction you've clumsily mashed together, as was the case with me).
  15. Beyond: Two Souls

    I bought the double pack of Heavy Rain and this for PS4 last week, having never had a PS3. Heavy Rain was awful and I can't abide by any of it, but I'm loving this so far. I've just done The Mission, and looking at the chapters timeline it looks like I'm fairly close to the end. There's a lot of complaining in this thread about how it isn't interactive enough, but I'm finding it quite freeing knowing that the plot is more or less already in place and I'm just wandering through a story. It feels like a refinement of the few good things I found in Heavy Rain and Fahrenheit, and like what I feel 'interactive storytelling' should be. There's less 'interactivity', but for most of my time in Heavy Rain I found myself fighting the controls and the QTEs in which face buttons popped up that made no sense. The mechanics of that game were a mess, whereas here they're a lot simpler but at the same time a lot more functional. The chapter jumping works well in my opinion. Especially at the beginning, it gives just enough information to understand who's who and what's happening, while also giving enough room for the player to work things out and fill in the gaps a little. Playing Dark Souls and Bloodborne has led me to regard any form of storytelling that involves some legwork on the audience's part as a delight. I really enjoyed the early chapters and working out how Jodie and Aiden's relationship works, and despite it being a David Cage game it's actually made me feel feelings. Though I think it helps that if this were a movie, it's something I'd be more than happy to watch while taking note of the good things and ignoring the daft parts. In short, I'm loving it. I'm choosing to ignore the Navajo chapter.