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  1. Game of the Year A1. Streets Of Rage 4 A2. A3. A4. A5. Biggest Disappointment of the Year Z1. Z2. Z3. Sound Design of the Year S1. Streets Of Rage 4 S2. S3. Visual Design of the Year V1. Streets Of Rage 4 V2. V3. Writing of the Year W1. W2. W3. Format of the Year F1. Xbox One Publisher or Developer of the Year P1.
  2. The Xbox one games look interesting. FSW is not my type of game at all and I *think* I have a digital copy of Lego Indy already that I didn't get round to playing with my daughter (due to general lego game fatigue).
  3. Street Fighter 2 would be mine too. Off the top of my head I've had versions on : SNES Megadrive Pc engine 3DO Dreamcast Saturn Ps1 Gameboy advance Ps2 Xbox Xbox 360 Xbox One There is likely more I've forgotten about but that's a fair amount already!
  4. Scream - Haven't watched this for years, but figured it was time for a Halloween rewatch. I always found this overrated and never got the praise heaped onto the film at the time. Unfortunatly time hasn't been kind to it either, and for me there is a number of problems which make this not very enjoyable at all. Most of the performances are awful, it's not near as clever as it wants to be and Ghostface is the most comicly inept horror character ever, diving around the screen and inexplicably flying through the air for no good reason. 2/5
  5. I've often seen this and wondered if it's any good. Looks my type of game. Next time it's on sale I may have to purchase!
  6. I (stupidly wasn't paying attention to my rewards balance so I hope that was the case for me too!
  7. Apologies if it's covered already, but is there a way to see where the points in your reward balance have come from? I want to make sure the correct amount from that promo is credited, as last time there was a similar event they ballsed it up.
  8. Never have I went from joy to dissapointment so fast reading these last few posts. Love horror but CANNOT STAND stealth. Really doesn't sound like I will get on with it unfortunatly.
  9. Cheers for all replies so far I think bundles by format is the way to go. I have super famicom/ American snes (roughly about 150 games), psp, gba, ds, some ps1 and likely some other bits and pieces. I know there is some more desirable games in there and I used to know the value of most of the stuff, but I'm a little out of the loop now. In terms of the value of a bundle, how would you guys do it? Take the going rate and half it?? Some other way? Also I am in Aberdeen for those that wondered.
  10. Has anyone here ever sold their retro gaming collection as a job lot? If so did you do it through ebay or other means? I'm thinking of trying to get rid of a heap of stuff at once as I really don't have the time or the energy to sell it all seperatly but would like rid of it as I just don't use any of it now. I know I would get more selling seperatly, but Iiterally have hundreds of games to sell so that's not an avenue I want to go down. I think I would sell it by format but that's as far as I have got in figuring out a plan of action . I know of a couple of guys locally that may be interested
  11. I found some Brannigans at B&M so maybe worth a hunt if there is one near you.
  12. It's a brilliant show. One of the very best. Tempted for a rewatch.
  13. Had a wee read through some of the other ways it can play out, and it could have been vastly different from what I ended on.
  14. Finished The Enemy Within tonight and really enjoyed it. Was surprised to see that most of the paths I took at the end were only mirrored by 30 percent or less of other players.
  15. I know exactly what you mean. I always think he has the look of a ventriloquist's dummy.
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