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rllmuk

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  1. I personally think it's a great thing. Life is too short to play though things you are not enjoying through some sense of getting value/obligation. Gamepass makes it easier to find games that align with your tastes and it's not a loss if you download it and don't enjoy. I have fallen into the trap before of buying a game that's critically acclaimed then trying to persevere with it only to find that it really isn't my thing.
  2. 1. Midsommer 2. Us 3. Lords of Chaos 4. Beats 5. Diego Maradona 6. The Sisters Brothers 7. Mid 90s 8. Green Book 9. Cold Pursuit 10. Ma A really strong year so far with a healthy amount of decent horror making a comeback. Haven't seen the Tarintino film yet and there is also more horror that I have high hopes for next month in the new Rob Zombie film and IT part 2, that may knock out some of the titles on that list.
  3. Totally bought the extras at that price. It's been a regret I didn't for the other gwg Forza titles before they were discontinued so not letting these ones pass me by.
  4. I don't know if it's a fair like for like comparison, but I have went back to Forza 5 after playing Horizon 1, 2 and 4 (all on Xbox one x) and I find it absolutely great. If you go straight from Horizon 4 into one of the older ones It can be a wee bit jarring but I adjust in no time.
  5. Oddly I have noticed some unexpected updates of box 360 games over the last few days on titles like Crazy Taxi, Samurai Shodown 2 and Daytona... Anyone got any info??
  6. Undercover Cops is ace (if we are allowed arcade conversions).
  7. The only one in the series I ever had time for was Judgement, and I'm guessing that's because it plays a lot different to the others. I remember the first Gears coming out when I was a manager in Gamestation and everyone creaming themselves over it, but it left me cold. I have tried to come back time and time again but all I find is a clunky shooter where everything feels oddly detached.
  8. Ahhh I see it now. Like you I'm using a mac but thought that because the card was already formatted that I wouldn't have to do anything else to it. I will try that out.
  9. Apologies if I'm just being thick and missing something obovious, but I have prepared the card and I'm now on the part where you go online to the wiiuexploit site and run the!launcher. I try and all that happens is a black screen with "FSOpenFile failed " What am I doing wrong??
  10. Just remembered this one too from last year :
  11. Any of those two get my vote
  12. Just back from seeing this and Gail says much that I agree with:
  13. I'd say stick with it. If you ever liked Banshee then stick with it. If that wasn't your thing then chances are this won't be either.
  14. Just remembered one from the mists of time. Back in the Snes era I borrowed The Adams Family (first game) from a school chum and finished it in one shot that night. I recently put it on to see if I still had the skills. I didn't!
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