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  1. Does the Xbox one version of Reach suffer from the same sound problems as the pc version?
  2. Are you trying to use dual input like a Steam controller with joy pad and mouse and keyboard mapped to the controller? The game will pause for a second if you switch inputs.
  3. I played through Reach on my Xbox one via backwards compatibility this year and indeed it does look a bit more fuzzy and also not as vibrant as this new pc version, in addition there is also a slight noise filter to the image as well. I fired up old Reach again last night on my Xbox one to refresh my memory and indeed it looks quite differant to this new version we now have, I'm now tinkering with Reshade to match up the visual output of pc Reach with old Reach.
  4. I7 6700k and a 1080 gtx I think. Unfortunately I don't want to play anymore more of this until the devs fix the sound, it's messed up and lacking any kind of centre sounds or something.
  5. Love me some Reach, playing at 4k 60 no dips just silky smooth. Reach has some epic music and the chatter between your team mates and the frantic fire fights is superb. Microsoft done good bringing this to Steam.
  6. I gave this a go and it's far too hard, it doesn't ease you in. Maybe playing this after Mario 64 would make more sense, jumping right in though felt painful.
  7. Has anyone played this then? I might give it a go later, I have Retroarch setup with a nice crt shader.
  8. They are both great. I bought 6 on my Switch and love it, if you haven't played 6 before it can be unforgiving and full of wtf moments but once you get the advanced controls mastered and new game + going it's great fun. Leon's campaign is the best, I've already blasted through it and now going through it again with his partner, Helena.
  9. I've put in a couple of hours so far but I'm wondering, is there any purpose to all this money I'm collecting? Some kind of upgrade system like Dark moon?
  10. This is great, a perfect Halloween game. Preferred Dark moon over Mansion 1 and this games plays just like Dark moon. Love the spooky jazz soundtrack so far, can't wait to play some co-op later.
  11. For the halloween spooks I would like to quickly recommend a couple of games I'm playing... The Cursed Forest - https://store.steampowered.com/app/345430/The_Cursed_Forest/ I think I have mentioned this one before, it has recently left early access. I'm slowly making my way through it and it just oozes atmosphere and looks and sounds great. For the price it's a steal. The Beast Inside - https://store.steampowered.com/app/792300/The_Beast_Inside/ This one is out tomorrow but I was a backer so I got my key today and just put in a solid hour of gameplay and was very impressed. Plays like Amnesia, lots of opening doors/drawers, physically having to open/move things y'know. The hour I have played so far included solving a puzzle, slowly moving around picking up pieces of the story whilst enjoying the creepy atmosphere and garnished with some nice jumpy parts. Voice acting seems pleasently alright. I understand this game has some combat in there somewhere as well.
  12. Not a film but a series, Channel zero all four seasons are on Amazon Starzplay channel. If you haven't already tried that channel then you can probably get a 30 day trial or pay £4.99 sub instead. I'm on the fourth season and it might be the best season of the bunch, only on episode one though, if not then I would say the third season is the best. The first season felt the weakest to me so if you don't get on with it then try another season out. Just thought I'd post this here and let people know seeing as it's spooky month and all that.
  13. Quantum break is £7.49 from Humble bundle at the mo.
  14. Max Damage

    Gears 5

    I'm playing this on pc and have had zero problems so far, almost done act 2. People having problems are you on Xbones?
  15. Had to get a refund on this. It all just boils down to spamming X, aiming then pressing Y whilst dodging dangers. There is no need to keep the balls in play, it has no real relation to pinball. I did the first dungeon and decided it sadly wasn't fun, looks great but plays boring.
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