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  1. mop

    Arsenal

    I would have really liked Carlo Ancelotti to take over but I don't know, maybe Arteta will nail it. I've heard a lot of talk about there being a lot of talk of Arteta's promise, so here's hoping.
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    Tom Clancy's The Division

    Aye, you'll miss out on survival. I would recommend picking it up on its own, it's unarguably the best of the three DLCs. I actually quite like all the DLCs. Last Stand is an interesting PvP mode. And as Hitcher just said, it's great in coop. Especially if both of you are going to the campaign for the first time. Some of the most challenging endgame content (incursions and legendary difficulty missions) you'll need a group of four to tackle.
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    Tom Clancy's The Division

    Interesting, albeit a little effusive, review of the game as it stands now. Everyone who bought this on launch but understandably left when they reached the (non-existent) end game should really give it another shot. It's a very different beast these days and survival is bloody amazing.
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    Tom Clancy's The Division

    Yeah, after Destiny 2's endgame being so uninteresting with it having no real build diversity or sense of power, I've come back to this and I'm loving it. Moved from my 1.6 striker build to a hybrid striker\defense build. It feels so good walking through a challenging mission, on my own, shield up melting yellow bar bastards with my SMG. The additions to Underground they've made are great too, the new directives and the fact that Hunters can spawn in there now make it a lot more fun.
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    Rllmuk Renegades Clan

    Application sent, my liege.
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    Destiny 2

    Well, I had no plans to go back to Destiny but after finding over €500 (no joke) in a second book I bought on Tuesday, I decided to splash some cash on it and boy am I happy I did so far. It's a damn fine game and the bit at the very start...
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    Arsenal

    Ha! I never thought about it like that before but he is a bit of a massive weirdo, ins't he? He seems like a friendly man child that was raised by Labradors and Border Collies in the wild that were also quite good at football. This is also why he likes dogs so much I guess.
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    Arsenal

    holy shit
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    Arsenal

    Did Giroud score a goal with his first touch and then a second with his second? Real nice action.
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    Overwatch - anniversary event now live

    I do it to say hi and wave to the other team before running back off to a choke point
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    Overwatch - anniversary event now live

    Yeah, I have the same problem it seems. Edit: It's there now
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    Dark Souls 3

    I learned today you can just roll into illusionary walls, you don't need to hit them. So now instead of hitting all the walls I'm rolling into all the walls.
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    Tom Clancy's The Division

    The dick zone is a right pain in the hole on your own. I just quite in a right hissy fit after being shot in the back for the fifteenth time after helping some random.
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    Hitman - Sapienza currently free to download!

    Ah, I'll have to try that so later. Cheers!
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    Hitman - Sapienza currently free to download!

    I'm quite happy so far with this but there's a few niggles here and there. One is explosives and how you can only 'plant' a bomb via dropping it at your feet like a sub-normal - where it always gets spotted. The other being that you can't take a human shield (unless I'm thick) which can be handy when you want to quickly take down the only two people in room with grab shoot neck break combo. Anyway, right now, I'm simply loving finding out as many ways to kill the man target while he's on stage. I enjoyed very much simply dropping a mine from the lights onto the stage, killing many and generally wrecking everyone's buzz at the fashion show.
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