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  1. Interesting. I wonder how you do the climbing sections with the Aim? Actually climbing about with the Moves was one of the more innovative parts of the game.
  2. The Mildhearts Pear Jam The Polite
  3. Last night I did Deadmines, for the first time in probably 12 or 13 years. Not only that, I did it with a group of friends I made in 2005 playing the original game. We were always a tiny guild, struggling to get the numbers together for anything more than a 10-man raid, but we had so much fun and spent so much time together that we became life-long friends. Although we're spread across several countries, we've been to each others' weddings, we've been on holidays together, and now we're back doing dungeon runs at 9pm on a Monday night. I have to admit, when we were gathering outside the instance and buffing up, chatting, and taking screenshots, I felt a huge wave of emotion come over me. I've no idea how long I'm going to play Classic for. My life doesn't really lend itself to MMORPGs these days. But this has been an incredible couple of weeks so far.
  4. It says October in that trailer. Really going to be interesting to see which of these comes out being the most fun to play.
  5. Damnit, I didn't realise there was a post-credits sting. Can somebody spoiler it for me please?
  6. I might dip in again in a few months, once they've patched it so you can skip cut-scenes and fixed a few more of the bugs. Some of it was great. Certainly not tempted at the moment though.
  7. I've been playing Sairento loads lately, and it's probably my second favourite VR game at the moment (behind Beat Sabre). It took me quite a while to start getting properly good at it (there are a lot of controls), and it makes my arms hurt like crazy after a while, but it's just so much fun, especially on the higher difficulty levels. It's pretty samey though. The campaign is short and sweet, and then it's just a matter of doing randomly generated levels, getting more/better loot, and doing it all again. My loadout of choice is currently a one-handed machine gun thingy in my right, and a samurai sword in my left. Leaping around and John Wicking bad dudes in slow-mo from the air never gets old.
  8. To be fair, you’re not actually subscribed, are you?
  9. Was that before the rise of the streaming services though? Viewing habits have changed massively in the last couple of years, so it'd be really interesting to see how those figures have changed. When you're already in the habit of loading up Prime or Netflix to watch a movie, being a single click away from instantly watching something for 99p (that's not included in your sub) is far more appealing than having to load a separate application or (heaven forbid) go outside to buy the physical media. For most people, it's far easier to cheaply rent a movie now than it is to download a pirate copy.
  10. They do that with most films, and it hasn't made piracy magically disappear.
  11. What are you basing that on? If your film was available to stream/download for a reasonable price, and wasn't available for free, why don't you think people would pay for it?
  12. Nah. If you want to watch the sexy new 4K version that’s been carefully restored and remastered, you should pay for it.
  13. So why should distributors invest in new technology to bring you a better experience at home? 4K re-releases are amazing. Are you saying you should get those for free if you bought the VHS in 1983?
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