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  1. SuperBrother

    Sony definitely not buying Take Two

    They're utterly reliant upon third party cross platform games, taking several top selling ones away would be damaging. Not that this will actually happen of course.
  2. SuperBrother

    Sony definitely not buying Take Two

    If true MS would be (even more) fucked.
  3. No, they do a thing called my Cineworld plus. £5 per year for about £2 discount per ticket and some money off vouchers for food. I only go about 3 times a year (Marvel & Star Wars) so it just about makes it worth having.
  4. Cineworld. I have the £5 annual membership thing which makes tickets a little cheaper so 4x adults at £16 plus booking fee.
  5. Took the fam last night (£65 for 4 IMAX ticks!!) Very good as far as MCU introduction stories go, will be interesting to see if she sticks around and becomes a full time fixture in the avengers. Probably lined up to replace Stark or Cap?
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    Anthem - Sekiro's out on Friday

    Wow, I try not to be too negative about stuff nowadays but this is a total stinker. Thankfully I still have EA access for some reason (just cancelled that as well) so I got the 10 hour free trial. It took less than 3 to reach for the uninstall button. It runs like utter dreck on the basic bone with smeary textures akin to suffering from cataracts. The setup and story is pure generic sci-fi channel hokum. The mission design makes Destiny seem like a first party Nintendo title in comparison. To add insult to injury it then forced me to play with some fucking randos. Big nope! It’s a real shame BioWare are wasting time on this when they have such a great heritage and existing IP to draw from.
  7. SuperBrother

    Anime

    Today I blitzed through the entire series of A Place Further Than the Universe on Crunchy. It’s rather lovely and a nice change of pace from my normal go to stuff. Highly recommended.
  8. SuperBrother

    Pump up the Volume - Christian Slater

    I remember seeing this in the cinema, blimey I’m old........
  9. So with Sony finally putting some effort into pushing PSVR it would make sense for them to punt a few quid at Namco to knock up a RIdge Racer VR game. Even a retooled R4 would be amazing. Having played a fair bit of Wipeout I think VR brings the wow factor back into tried and tested game formulas and the comfort window of an hour or so (for me) sits perfectly with arcade racers.
  10. SuperBrother

    PlayStation VR

    Skyrim has broken me. Playing with moves, smooth turn and full locomotion. I made it half way through the intro section and feel properly sick.
  11. SuperBrother

    Anime

    Got to the end of the Water Seven arc in One Piece so time for a break and chance to check out a couple of shorter series. Goblin Slayer lasted one and a half episodes and got canned off, utter trash. Re:Zero was great for the first few eps but slowed down and lost interest at the mansion part My Hero Academia seems great from the first three eps and probably one I will stick with.
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    Anime

    Not on the UK Crunchy service. I use my Xbone for media as it’s the only thing it’s any use for nowadays and can’t seem to get hitch free reliable access to the US Crunchy servers. Is there a better workaround than DNS spoofing nowadays that others are using?
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    PlayStation VR

    Now all the family stuff is done for Christmas I have some time to put into VR. With all the deals and stuff floating around I have a fair old backlog to go at. Yesterday I tried: One Piece Grand thingy. More of an experience thing with a pretty ropey arcade style shooting gallery tagged on. Good fun if you like the franchise but worth no more than the £6 I paid. Surgeon Simulator. No idea how to actually succeed in this but had great fun pulling out organs and throwing them as far as I could then smacking the patient in the bonce with a hammer. The mrs thinks I’m a serial killer now after hearing the laughs and checking out what I was up to on the telly. Aerowings. Think Pilotwings but in VR. Brilliant use of the moves to actually flip switches, pull levers and do the joystick. Pretty basic visuals and slow to start with but I imagine the faster planes will be unlockable. Done this with no shuttering or VR assists and had no nausea or adverse reactions so guess I’m getting my VR legs. Eagle Flight. Seems pleasant enough but didn’t grab me, will go back to it. Polybius. Does for Minter Tempest style games what Rez Infinite did. Very immersive, a riot of colour and definitely a “flow” game. Wipeout. FUCK MY OLD BOOTS! This game is utterly amazing, drop everything and grab it now while it’s cheap, the best VR experience I’ve had yet in terms of a complete game which you can invest some time into. Again no shuttering and all VR assists off, made me feel a bit off to start then I got used to it. Still got Resi 7 and Skyrim to try and I must go back to finish Astro Bot. I also picked up Star Wars Battlefront for £3 just to check out the VR mission together with Gran Turismo which was peanuts. What a time to be alive!
  14. SuperBrother

    PS+ January 2019: Steep, Portal Knights

    Does Steep have VR support? It seems the sort of game that should.
  15. SuperBrother

    PlayStation VR

    This was exactly my response a few weeks back. been trying to explain this to people who don’t really get it. Until you pop the headset on there’s no way to articulate the experience.
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