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David Kenny

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  1. I've spent most of the day listening to my favourites. I've never even seen the film, but I love the soundtrack he did for Sacco and Vanzetti.
  2. Didn't he famously not write the music that was actually used in the Thing? I seem to remember Carpenter wrote his own, and only used little bits and pieces of the stuff Morricone did. Probably explains why it sounds so much like Carpenter's music.
  3. Sad news. I listen to Morricone's music an awful lot. It's fair to say that seeing The Good the Bad and The Ugly at the age of 10 or so had a formative effect on the direction of my musical tastes. For anyone who's not familiar with it, the recording of the concert he gave in Venice is fantastic.
  4. So far PS1 emulation is pretty much perfect. Tekken 3 is the only game I've tried that it seems to struggle with. N64 not so much. I tried Goldeneye but it's unplayable. Other than that I'm not sure, what's the go to title for N64 emulator testing?
  5. Every game they release in the Halo franchise convinces me that the first game's brilliance was a fluke.
  6. Holy shit. Those graphics are unbelievable! (Seriously, that looks interesting, and is exactly what I used to love about PS Plus. I've never heard of this one.)
  7. I did not know that. But looking at the trailer it would appear it's set in China! Hopes dashed.
  8. This is not quite what they are doing though. Sony are testing the games, but if issues are found the original developer will have to fix them. They're not asking the original developers to ensure their older games work.
  9. Yeah Horizon is genuinely incredible, but it does drop to almost nothing in the sales every now and then so keep an eye out. Bloodborne isn't on your list, but is probably the best exclusive of the bunch for me.
  10. There haven't been enough games set in South America during the 16th century, you could play as three native American children trying to find a missing father, while avoiding the clutches of various evil Spaniards searching for El Dorado. Also you would find a giant golden condor at some point. Yes, I have been watching The Mysterious Cities of Gold with my kids. What makes you ask that?
  11. What was the Mass Effect 3 character? I played the game, but haven't bought any DLC for it. What was I missing?
  12. I'll be honest, it's not keeping me up at night.
  13. It was different for each game, some of them let you upload and download your save file between machines, but it had to be implemented by the developer. (I never play any multiplayer games so couldn't tell you about that). But I'm really only talking about the idea that you're going to have to pay twice for the same game on PS4 and PS5. You certainly might need to, but Sony have previous form for allowing licences to move between consoles.
  14. It's already been mentioned about 50 times in this thread, but Sony had Crossplay between PS3, PS4 and PS Vita years ago. It was up to individual publishers whether to implement it (as it is with the Xbox I assume). I doubt there will be anything stopping publishers doing the same thing on PS5.
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