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  1. Nimmel

    Destiny 2

    I'm enjoying chasing 700 light level as it is the sort of OCD thing that always appeals to me but I just don't care about or indeed play Gambit or its Prime version, this bit of DLC has been seriously underwhelming I enjoyed the back armory content much more.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    Easily if you do all the quests the game has to offer.
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    Assassin's Creed Odyssey

    I finished the main story and the cult deletion over the weekend and there is still hours of content left. It's been 70 hours well spent with Kassandra and chums, and whilst I did enjoy Origins this eclipses it in pretty much every way and has left me excited to see what they do next as it is going to be a hard job to top this.
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    Diablo III - Eternal Collection out on Switch

    Also as a general tip outside of pushing greater rift progression when you will be using builds with more survivability you will want to be concentrating on builds that can biltz through content within a difficulty that allows that to happen for me I found I could do this easily with all classes at T10 with a modicum of gear farming.
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    Diablo III - Eternal Collection out on Switch

    For a late game resource I'd recommend Icy Veins, you'll find guides here which are kept up to date for all sorts of builds with lists of the equipment and stats you should be looking out for. https://www.icy-veins.com/d3/
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    Diablo III - Eternal Collection out on Switch

    You can move Paragon points around at will.
  7. An amazing film. The horror of it all was too much for me on occasion and I turned away from the screen several times. This is also worth a listen it is 15 mins long and looks at the impact of the armistice on the victorious Allies' colonial subjects. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m00013q9
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    Your Very Best Gaming Year

    1996 Wipeout 2097 Tekken 2 Mario 64 C&C Red Alert Civ 2 Diablo (just) Edit: Actually looking at the dates Marios cheating really as it wasn't released in the west until 97.
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    Amazon Prime Video

    This is all I've been watching over the last few weeks up to series 6 now its so, so good. "R" is the most menacing of sounds. That's why it's called Murder instead of Mukdek.
  10. This is pretty cool. As an aside after 30+ hours I'm pretty much used to the controls now and only on rare occasions do I accidentally shoot people in the face. I spend most of the time just faffing about there's so many lovely touches in the world that its easy to have achieved absolutely nothing after an hour of play but to feel totally fulfilled by it.
  11. I thought it was quite a clever way of creating the equivalent of a GTA broken bridge. So instead of having a hard barrier to stop you crossing into a new zone you have a soft one which goes someway to persuading you not enter it until later in the game.
  12. So I took a train ride for the first time last night, I hitched my horse to the Valentine stations hitching post think this would be a safe spot to leave her but after the fast travel sequence occurred it became clear that my horse was heading its way to me over the majority of the map. In the end things went terribly wrong in town with a simple punch up escalating in me shooting everything that moved so I reloaded like the save scummy bastard that I am, but the question I have is can you lose your horse by taking the train?
  13. I wish hunting was a bit more profitable. The money you get from it seems pretty trivial compared to other activities as such instead of taking my time to get a pristine hide using a beautifully judged bow shot I'm pumping the local wildlife full of lead whilst doing a horsey drive by.
  14. They're the bits I enjoy! In fact I think thats what I spent most of the last 7 hours doing...

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