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Roomservice

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  1. Final Assault/Chamonix Challenge on the Amiga. You've got to wait until 1:50 for it to get going, but it's worth it.
  2. You can start the dlc at any point in the main game. There's a new exhibit in the museum on Timber Hearth.
  3. I just looked and disk 4 looks like it is a 720k disk rather than a 1.44Mb. Must have saved them literally pence.
  4. When you started this thread, I remembered I had a copy of EOB 3 on top of by bookcase, where it's been for years. I bought it new back in 1993, it even has the original till receipt in the box (I paid £39.99 for it). I dug it out a few years ago when I was Ebaying of some of my big box PC games to help buy a road bike, and I don't think anyone bid for this even with a 99p starting bid. Disk 3 has a dodgy disk cover, back in the day I put it in a protective sleeve to keep the dust out. I'll gladly let it go for £20 including postage, just to see it go into a collection. PM me if you're interested.
  5. It's £29.99 for the standard edition on the Blizzard store at the moment.
  6. I only got the V2 because I got a TV with HDR and the V1 control box dosen't pass this through. Also the cable to the headset is thinner/lighter on the V2. They work just the same and the image quality is identical.
  7. I've got really bad vision in my left eye. If I close my right all I get is a coloured blur in which I can just make out shapes. VR works great. I've bought a PSVR V1 on the Black Friday sale whan they first got cheap enough that I was prepared to risk it. It works great. I've since bought a Rift and a PSVR V2. I suppose I still don't get true depth perception, but I don't in real life either so it looks real to me. I found that I needed to fiddle with the software IPD adjustment a bit as having it wrong just made everything seem too small. I think I still get enough information through my duff eye to fool my brain.
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