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Tonald Drump

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  1. I just did it this week. Did 2 years and the upgrade. Not sure if its changed with the X019 announcements, but it should say in the terms of the ultimate offer when you select to join.
  2. Yep, all makes perfect sense so far!
  3. That was a brilliant episode. Have no background of the comics, and only watched the film after the first episode of this, which has helped give some context. Can't wait for the next one.
  4. Cheers guys, a lot of sensible and confirmation responses. I think the cost is my biggest factor, there's enough choice on any of the consoles to keep me occupied. Originally I did think I wanted to go PS4, which as mentioned appears to have the better exclusives, and just go for a basic PS4 but kept delaying it. But!....then having seen the extent of the Xbox game pass being introduced and the appeal of 4K benefits, means I keep considering the Xbox One X. Just the cost is still very high, when I could still have that gaming fatigue. If I see a decent deal around or below £300 with the game pass I think I might go for it. Not disputing the brilliance of the Switch, just that I think that it would cost more in the long run.
  5. Cherry picking the games I actually want as you mention is a big consideration. But dread the idea of adding to clutter; all my other games are boxed up and out of the way...It's probably telling that I'm not digging something out to play. You can probably reference the gaming fatigue thread elsewhere which adds to my dilemma, there's so much other life things going on - family, going out, quality tv programmes, internet etc that really puts gaming low; but I would also still like to have an interest and experience some of it's highlights!
  6. Background is that I think the last game I really played was Dark Souls 2 on the PS3 when it came out so probably something like 4 years ago, but keep thinking I'd like to dip my toe back into current gen games. With potential Black Friday sales etc, can't decide whether it would be a expensive indulgence to get a new console that potentially could just sit there like all my older consoles ( I've pretty much sold off the bulk all my retro stuff, so PS2/360/PS3 remains ) with a ton of stuff I never got round to playing But if I did go ahead, what is the best option. I have a 4K LG TV so is the step up to a Pro or Xbox One X worth the extra money. And then which subscription services is better, I can't see me wanting to bother with online play so it's all about the single player adventure games like Dishonoured 2, Dark Souls 3 etc. I'm thinking just getting a gaming subscription rather than potentially getting another pile of shame, might be cheaper I probably have some PS4 games tied to my lapsed PS Plus account, but is the Xbox with the Game Pass a better option ( would have more games instantly available, and I assume a regular supply of new ones ). What is the best way of doing game pass/ultimate? So basically, as a now very casual user ; do I go for the upgraded console for 4K / better frame rate etc gaming and should the subscription service dictate which console to go for?
  7. Jonsi and Alex have released lost and found today. Looks like streaming options only.
  8. Yep, agree with you on all counts. Have the last three albums which are very good, and as you say the latest has a more psychedelic vibe too. Missed when recently toured, as think clashed with another concert, but wouldn't mind catching them another time.
  9. There's a scene in Episode 6 which is absolutely brutal.
  10. Started watching this, this weekend. All very enjoyable and not dissimilar in style to Banshee ( same creator ) and Quarry. Set during the Tong Wars in late 1870s San Francisco, California, the series follows Ah Sahm, a martial arts prodigy who immigrates to San Francisco from China, in search of his sister, only to be sold to one of the most powerful tong in Chinatown. Based on an original concept by Bruce Lee
  11. Oh wow, cool. I didn't know the new season had started.
  12. I went back, thanks to this thread, and watched it. Really, really good. Part way through season 2 and I think I'm enjoying it more just because of how everything is unravelling. Crazy complex situation (as a minor fault, I thought the outcomes in season 1 were a bit predictable) Superb acting all round.
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