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  1. 5 hours ago, Welrain said:

    Haha.  Bellend..you once called me a cunt on a livestream..I can take it.

    I really am full laughs aren’t I.


    sorry, I hope it’s clear that I’m always mucking about with that stuff.

  2. 6 hours ago, Chindie said:

    TCGS this week had a bit of the old school Joypod feel to it, which is probably the highest complement I can give.

    cheers mate. Fierce Poodle is also a bellend.


    edit: of course if it wasn’t clear neither are bellends x

  3. 9 minutes ago, Naysonymous said:

    He’s given up on the public facing stuff then? I’ve long been waiting for the glorious return of My Week in Batters.  

    Yeah he tapped out. Shame. His stuff was fantastic.

  4. 16 minutes ago, Naysonymous said:

    @elmo what is Chet Roivas up to these days?  He's got a way with words I really admire but he's all but disappeared from the internet as far as I can tell.   You are still in touch, right? 

    just playing Dead by Daylight I think.

  5. 47 minutes ago, McCoy said:

    But yes, surely the mag anecdotes are half the appeal of the podcast. It is what sets them apart from everyone else (and that they actually have a really interesting and variable podcast format and that they avoid waffling for half an hour about what they had for breakfast that day). Its one of the very few podcasts that I look forward to appearing in my feed every Friday. 

    without wanting to sound like I take these sort of comments personally (I genuinely don’t) but aren’t you doing the EXACT same thing here?


    it’s the one comment I’ve never really understood. “They talk about non gaming stuff”. We do. Some people like that some people don’t. That’s the cool thing about podcasting, if you don’t there’s tons of alternatives out there.

  6. It looks like there’s a patch coming. Playing around with this last night and it’s really weird. I found the game drops on PS5 pretty awful until I turned Ray Tracing on (believe it or not). Then it seemed much better.


    However in terms of ray tracing itself turning it on didn’t make any difference to the lighting at all so there’s clearly something that needs patching there.

  7. 13 hours ago, peeveen said:

    I stick with the default, every time.

    The main reason being that virtual dress-a-doll ain't my thing.

    The secondary reason: I rarely play anything online, but when I do, I like to lull the opponent into a false sense of security by appearing to have only just loaded up the game for the first time. They'll be the most outrageous bad-ass thing imaginable, and I'll be this generic guy in a t-shirt and jeans.


    Mate that’s some next level confidence right there. “I rarely play games but when I do I SMASH EVERYONE TO BITS”


    I’m the most generic white guy of all time so even if I just stick with the default I look like me.

  8. Yeah I’ve known Blake since I was 14. We met at the BRIT school and have been mates since. He’s a Millwall fan and lived close to the ground so I’d often go back to his on Friday after school and stay until Sunday going to the game on the Saturday.


    Jon Denton started a Podcast with Chet Roivas back when we were doing Joypod. He posted a link (I think in this very thread) around episode 5, I listened and loved it instantly. I then recommended it on Joypod a lot so we got chatting because of that. Met up a few times and become really good mates.

  9. I think the issue with the sofa example is that the very concept of a time loop opens up your imagination with “oh what happens if I do this?” And when the game simply doesn’t allow you that option then the idea of a time loop is somewhat tainted.


    It’s a little bit disappointing that a game based on time manipulation is incredibly linear when it comes to progression.

  10. But brute forcing isn’t fun at all when you have to wait to see if it worked then repeat a bunch of actions over to get back to the bit where you want to try something else.


    in older point and click games brute forcing meant your character said “hmmmm that’s not going to work” then you tried something else. You're fucking with time anyway. Just let me rewind time or something.


    Oh and not to mention the times that you had the right idea but simply missed the moment you were supposed to do it.


    I pushed through to the end though as I wanted to see how everything panned out. I shouldn’t have. Even the story is awful not to mention the shockingly bad way the characters lines are stitched together if you’re not following the correct path.


    This really has been the biggest disappointment of the year for me.

  11. 4 hours ago, Jamie John said:
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    One of the tablets is split into three different pieces - you have to track down the owl in the Overgrown Ruins, the Witch's estate garden, and the mountainous area where you have to light all the braziers. You'll know it's there somewhere because you here it hooting whenever you're in the area. Have you found all three pieces?


    Is there a light or anything in the indentation in the far right?


    I tweeted about it in the end. Yes I did that and it appears to be a bug. Hopefully sorted with a patch this week.

  12. Ok. I’m stumped. (End game spoilers)



    I’ve done all seven ‘things’ I needed to get the tablets but when I go to the wall in the crow’s hangout it says I’m missing one.


    the one to the far right. I’ve gone back to the locations and checked to see if I just failed to pick up a tablet but I didn’t. Do I need to find all shrines to see the final ending? If not I think I’ve hit a bug 


  13. On 15/07/2021 at 11:28, Pants McSkill said:

    Millwall's new kit.









    I don't recall us having gold in our shirts before, so this feels very 'different'. I think I like it.

    yeah I like it a lot.


    we had gold a couple of time before.





    and our promotion shirt in 2016



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