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fattakin

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  1. Thomas was alone I've completed on xbox, loved it! I've went for Baobabs Mausoleum Ep.1 and Pocket Mini Golf! Thanks
  2. I have it on xbox but never played it, more likely to try it on the switch and its the magic price, so thats it bought!
  3. Hey all, I'm looking for some eshop sale recommendations. (I'm really keen on those £1.79 games!) I've started to play an hour in bed lately - quiet games that don't need much interaction. I veer towards arty, unique and short - not really rogue likes. Annapurana type things. Golf Club Wasteland - Found the soundtrack to this to be so immersive, sucked me in when the odd golf level was driving me mad. Loved it. If Found - more of a graphic novel, the artwork was beautiful and compelling. Stories Untold - Spooky, nearly wish id waited until Halloween for this, enjoyable.
  4. Setup a passcode, i think thats device specific
  5. I think the Wii U version supports split screen. It should also come with some Mario content. Create new World, set it to creative and just start mucking about building houses and digging holes. In creative you have access to everything so just move items to the hotbar, cycle between them and build. You can fly etc when double tap jump. Survival worlds you start with nothing and have to survive the night, will be fun once you both get to grips in a year Go into the marketplace, maps and sort by free, loads of pre built worlds you can explore. Same with skins.
  6. I like the sound of it, if it has a decent screen i can see it being handy for 'watching TV' with the missus about on the couch or late night gaming. Should be quiet and light? If it didnt have a fan that would be class. Has anyone actually got the Samsung app? I have a 2021 Samsung sadly.
  7. Also enjoyed Bright Memory: Infinite when it came out. Bit janky and weird. Previous owners get it for £13 but i reckon if its 2 hours its probably not worth it, I'll sit tight for gamepass I reckon.
  8. 4 of us played it co-op shortly after release and we really enjoyed the weekly meet up. Eventually getting to El Sueneo after months of play was fantastic and a real event. So many laughs and xbox captures taken to capture the various moments (who shot first, who triggered the explosives, who crashed the choppers etc) Breakpoint was pure shit sadly and we hated it.
  9. Did you not see my video on the previous page!
  10. I Played Life is Strange True Colours - it was nice as more emotionally involving. It felt very slow sometimes, just speed everything up please, I've places to go and monsters to kill. No wait, im gotta work through other peoples emotions first. I did like it.
  11. Dust in your Xbox? Try this winged beast! It has been flying around, I opened the windows and ignored it. Was on a call with work and heard this rattling, thought maybe it was a bit of plastic. Pulled the plug and went back to it after the call and boom!
  12. From memory there is an alternative grace point somewhere round the other side, no idea how to get there anymore tho, I probably followed a guide
  13. I hope its not too easy tho, starting to sound like it. Releasing the ball was part of the swing!
  14. Could this be good? We've been talking about a trip to London with the kids and we love Totoro.. Half term in October would be perfect.
  15. Currys / DPD delivery delay email 'delayed flight' so i'll not be finding out today!! hoping its decent laugh tho as I've just volunteered to the primary school end of year fun day to set this up in one of the classes on the fancy digital whiteboards!
  16. I might try that one as I’m at her now and not getting too far. Can get to her 2nd stage often enough but start panicking.
  17. Just beat the EB! I have 100 hours on the clock. First ever FROM game and fell for the atmosphere and level design. After playing shite like Ghost Recon Breakpoint and their identikit models and Assassins Creed Valhalla with its endless missions and icons I fell in love the with the HUD and the lack of everything. Loved hearing about how to do things on here and playing co-op with mates, every session in those first 20 hours were fraught and hilarious. Was more than happy to just google when stuck / follow quest lines than have spam on the screen. Next week I'll press on to the Haigtree!
  18. What weve noticed is if you've set a multiplayer password to play with mates, if that mate has rinsed an area of the bosses, he cant seem to spawn. If we move to a random out of the way site of grace, he can be summoned. Not sure exactly, but seems to be boss related.
  19. I got swept up, have never played any souls games and just bought because of the thread and the cheapish VPN code (£30) I'm loving it, have played 60+ hours and have been playing it every chance I get. Can barely keep up with the thread! Im coming up to considering my first respec as i obviously didn't really have a clue what i was doing. In still using the grafted broadsword and wondering is it time to shake this up as i start the altus plateau.
  20. fuck knows what im on about
  21. For me, as my first souls game I can see its made a lot of changes to make this type of game more accessible while clearly still being the same style of game. Its absolutely rock hard and full of systems I have no idea about. and it doesn't care to tell or explain anything - and my brain doesn't want to learn, being so used to games that hand everything to me on a plate. Should be the worst game ever. But the map is so well designed and beautiful you can just gallop across on your horse and explore. Thing is, I generally dislike open world games, I want missions and icons so I feel a sense of achievement every time I play for an hour. My game time is limited so I want to earn something, an achievement or a level up. Yet last night I played 90 mins when everyone was in bed and I didn't have an icon to chase, a mission to deliver or a goal. I just explored, took out some low level beasts and avoided the bigger ones. I didn't feel any pressure to do anything - it was almost relaxing? - this isn't normal for me. Then today a few co-op games with @papalazarou, again just picking a direction and seeing what we found - I think the limit is 2 in co-op and it locks off part of the world but it was good craic. Then on lunch I wanted to get into the castle so I could do a minor quest to unlock the lady who powers up your spirit ashes. Offered myself as summoned help to a few random players online then summonsed people to help me, beat him on the 2nd go with me dying at the same time as the boss, but it counted as him being defeated for me. I remember fighting him on the first day on my own and being pure shitting myself. I can see its a long game, demanding hours and hours of play. I may never finish it, may well through the head up some day but im glad I bought it and am playing it.
  22. the main thing that annoyed me about AWE was the yellow tarpaulin markers showing you the way to go. Clearly an add to to the complaints about navigation problems in the main game. The obvious pointers annoy me in games sometimes.
  23. err im about 90 mins in and a bit lost! Where do i get the horse? I dandered over to the big gate and ran away and have just been following the road and skirmishing. What do the skulls with glowing eyes littered around mean? How do i level up? Find better weapons? I picked vanguard as advised, shield seems OK with ranged but still getting smashed by others.. i assume i upgrade it over time?
  24. Finished AWE in one sitting - enjoyed it, the new light/dark dynamic never outstayed its welcome. Can see how people might be a little disappointed - i was hoping they'd have mocked up part of the town itself for you to mess about in. Think i'll move on to Elden Ring for a bit and pop back and do the foundation when I've given up on that!
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