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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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?
  5. 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.
  6. They're the bits I enjoy! In fact I think thats what I spent most of the last 7 hours doing...
  7. This may be a spoiler but I haven't a clue what the hell just happened, my current guess is that one of the rival gangs has got their hands on a ICBM.
  8. Well that escalated quickly... I think that if you can't discuss this game without using inflammatory language perhaps you could do everyone a favor and stay out of the thread. Here's my example of why the controls can suck. You know that interacting with objects often requires you to be in a sweet spot but objects don't give you any visual clue if they can be interacted with, so when looting a building it tends to be a case of lurching into furniture like a drunken idiot in the vague hope an interaction prompt appears on the screen.
  9. Once you've opened a draw or chest etc if you keep square held down he will loot everything in it without having to do it multiple times per container.
  10. With regards to hides are only the perfect quality ones used for crafting with the other qualities being donation!/vendor fodor?
  11. Not sure if this is useful but you can donate any animals or parts that are on your horse to the camp at the desk near the stewpot, you dont have to remove them.
  12. I was riding away from the law and rode into a tree at full pelt, instead of the horse rearing up in typical video game fasion the poor thing got knocked out.
  13. Off the top of my head, Zelda, GoW, zero Dawn, spiderman and even the latest creed games all have the character interacting with the world in a far less clunky fashion. Don't get me wrong I'm going to love Rdr2 but it's been a long while since I've played a game where controlling the main character just feels a bit crappy on occasions.
  14. The webcam face tracking stuff is very clever as well as being ever so slightly creepy as demonstrated here:
  15. Finished this on Saturday and actually bothered getting the platinum trophy. The only expectation I had of this game was that it would be a decent spidey game, it obviously surpassed that and then some. I kept thinking the main quest was close to the end only for new twists and turns and bits I was sure they would save for the sequel to manifest themselves. I enjoyed the open world fluff because being Spiderman means that traversing New York is fucking AMAZING even after 20 plus hours. I didn't even mind the "stealth" bits!
  16. Definitely peaked at episode 4 for me, the last two episodes were disappointing and it had a scooby-doo-esque ending. Still it kept me entertained on a Sunday for a month or so. 6/10
  17. I've been thoroughly enjoying this, I've got to the point where all the various area tasks have opened up and I find myself playing for an hour or so after dinner clearing up an area of NY. I've only got a couple of areas left, once I've finished I'll push on with the main quest again. I love mixing the mods that generate focus on gadget and web attacks with the finishers refill gadgets mod. So for quick skirmishes you go in, web bomb/impact web everything, spam finishers and rinse and repeat. See terrible game play example from me below!
  18. Completely agree, I binged watched 6 as well. Riveting stuff with a fantastic performance from Jodie Comer.
  19. Yep enjoyed last nights episode, they have two episodes to wrap it up so there is lots to pack into them.
  20. For anyone reading this thread that's on the fence about picking this up you absolutely should, at this price its an absolute bargain to get the complete version of one the best games on the PS4. I'm a serial non-completer of games with no huge love for JRPGs and I felt compelled to platinum it.
  21. I finished this last night, well the main quest anyway god knows how much side questing/exploring is left. I really enjoyed it, the story was in the main decent enough, the combat serviceable (I like shooting people in the face with arrows) and the setting stunning. Even though there is lots to do in the world it felt that it hadn't been splattered across the map without any thought or care. Well worth the £20 I paid for it.
  22. The Kotaku review posted on the previous page is fantastic, I watched it by chance whilst browsing YouTube last night and I went from having absolutely no interest or indeed knowledge about this game to being pretty sure that I'll buy it next weekend.
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