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  1. It's pretty much all I'm good at. Occasionally I'll get some on The Wall. Anything else is a bonus.
  2. Yeah, you're right, and I'd allowed myself to forget about it again. There's actually reference to Penny Arcade mentioning something about a 3D display for the GameCube in that thread. I found this making the connection with it being for Sunshine. What the fuck was it with people saying it looked terrible? That wasn't the general consensus at the time, was it?!
  3. I think you might be right about that screenshot. I remember it happening and actually tried finding something about it recently. I'm pretty sure there was at least one journalist from IGN or GameSpot pushing the idea at the time. Edit: Found reference to it! Although not what I was thinking. Maybe it was the IGN forum I was thinking of. And yeah, it was that image that seemed to spur the idea. https://www.ignboards.com/threads/official-mario-3d-thread-like-i-needed-to-say-it.21449530 http://cubemedia.ign.com/cube/image/sunshine.jpg One quote in
  4. It doesn't; but driving people to buying from them directly makes it worth the loss they'd be making.
  5. Emailed them and it turns out it was ordering Xeno Crisis & Tanglewood at the same time that was stopping it from being sent. Apparently there would have been a pop-up warning me of that, but I don't remember seeing it let alone reading it. I can't cancel it myself either, so have to wait for them to cancel and refund me (because they also charge at order and not dispatch).
  6. PS2 Classics are downloadable as they're they're effectively PS4 files (I believe they use an emulator). You're correct in thinking there aren't any PS1 games. PS3 games can only be streamed.
  7. Was that from Funstock? Maybe I should email them.
  8. I would say that's definitely what it is. What I don't get is why they can't just call it Shut Up And Jam. Even if Charles Barkley has been replaced with Jimmy Hoops, the name doesn't need to be in the title. I suppose it's to indicate it's a basketball game and not something to do with dancing or jam making, but the target audience will already recognise what it is. The BBC have a registered trademark for Top Gear that covers video games, so it would have more to do with licensing (if the BBC would grant it) than avoiding confusion.
  9. They've really gone to town on the Gove one
  10. Well yes, that's the other thing, they could stick any old shit on them now and collectors will still be forced to buy them. A sports pack doesn't really appeal to me, but there are still a few games on there that I would like to play, so I still think that's still pretty good value, especially as I may find I like more than that.
  11. I'm guessing they've tried to make a sport collection. So while some of it looks like filler (and effectively it is) it's more a case of them using what they've got to fit that theme rather than running out of games. Most interestingly, Racing Fever appears to be a GBA game (it's the same box art on the cover) and Football Madness seems like it could be a PlayStation game. They both look a bit duff, but give hope of more GBA and PS1 games appearing on the system (if that's what they are). On an unrelated note, I'm another that's gone on in the pack with 10 games too.
  12. https://www.ign.com/articles/robocop-prequel-series-ocp?sf128489029=1 RoboCop prequel TV series that will detail the rise of Omni Consumer Products and the company’s Vice President, Dick Jones, is in early stages of development. Talking to Movieholen.net, Ed Neumeier, scriptwriter of the original 1987 movie, revealed that he is working at MGM on the series. “It has all the cool stuff about RoboCop except no RoboCop,” he said. “There’s the idea of doing things about business and law enforcement in the city of Detroit a minute-and-a-half in the future,” he ex
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