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Jamie John

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  1. The Xbox Game Bar on PC advertises how you can connect it to Spotify while playing, so MS must have some sort of deal, just not on console.
  2. I've downloaded it, although when I'll play it, who knows.
  3. I like that the trophies in this aren't tied to the difficulty settings. God of War did the same thing and it actually spurred me on to go for the platinum and get everything out of the game that I could. More of this, please, game developers.
  4. Loved this game on the 360. Is the PC remaster 60fps, 4k and all the trimmings? Might be due a replay.
  5. Positive preview from GameSpot:
  6. Can you buy me one of those if I pretend to be your son for a bit?
  7. Furi (Switch) I beat the first two bosses but the third one is deeply tedious and you have to start from the very beginning if you die to him. No ta. I think the multi-stage boss battles in general are just too long, but the entire game is built around these, so I doubt I'd have gone on to suddenly start enjoying it more than I did. Performance on the Switch is pretty choppy, too. Next!
  8. Oh, I see. Well, in that case, do it afterwards. Can you go back to the main game after killing the final boss, then? I really can't remember. Could Harry still do the optional area I mentioned after defeating SoC?
  9. You'll get a 'perceptibly better' upgrade compared with consoles just from the boost 60 FPS gives you over 30 - it genuinely does make a difference, and once you've played at 60, it's difficult not to notice a game running at anything less. But, if you want something that can run everything on Ultra, in 4K and at 60FPS or more then, as a rough estimate, you'll need to spend at least £2000, likely more: a 2080, maybe even a 2080 Super, GPU will be £750+, then the same again for a Ryzen 9 chip, or the Intel equivalent, 32GB of RAM will be around £150, fans, PSU, case, SSD, etc. - all of that stuff will drive you up to £2K and beyond pretty quickly, then you'll need a 4K monitor or OLED TV to get the best out of it, which is another grand at least, so you're looking at £3-4K all in. If you want ray tracing turned on as well then that will hit your performance pretty hard, so to mainain a high FPS you'll have to spend more on a more powerful GPU - the 2080 Ti is pretty much your only option at this level. £20,000 is silly money, though, and overkill.
  10. Hey! I liked Gears 5. Anyway, turns out that even if you choose to download one of the standalone games it actually downloads the entire MCC. Oh well. I wanted to play Reach again as it is.
  11. It might be different with this game, but with DaS1 at least you had to replay a big chunk of the game again after defeating the final boss to be able to access the DLC content, and even then it's a late game area so you need to be levelled up. The DLC bosses in this are harder than anything in the base game, so you want to be going in on a high level, I'd say at least 80. I'm not sure whether the game lets you access the DLC after beating the base game's final boss, however, or whether you have to go almost all the way through NG+ again.
  12. Why on Earth is the standalone version of Halo: CE Anniversary 85GB?! That's more than Gears 5.
  13. Yeah - I didn't think about this stuff at all at the time. It's only since completing the game that it's occurred to me, so I guess it doesn't matter unless it takes you out of the moment. I always thought Bloaters where what you got when a really big fat bloke became infected.
  14. Man, he looks...different from how he looked when he composed for the first game:
  15. I played and enjoyed this on PS4 and then sold it on, but I might have to get the PC version for dem graphics. Still a fantastically good looking game.
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