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  1. Garak should be high up the list.
  2. Yes, but it’s still full price (about £30?) so only worthwhile if you want a full set
  3. And I stuck my head round the door of Arcade Archive which looks just as good. It’s much smaller than Arcade Club but everything is in amazing condition and the selection of games is perfectly curated. Alex said they may open around Christmas and New Year so I’ll definitely be back.
  4. Definitely. I’m at the cave in the afternoon, so I’m considering doing the arcade in the morning as well.
  5. Mine is basically the same cabinet with a different colour scheme. It’s got a 21” PC CRT monitor in, and an old MAME system running on XP. It doesn’t get used much as it’s in the garage but as and when I move house I’ll find a better home for it. Will add photos later.
  6. Very much so. The first three eps work as a smaller story, as do the second three, but it’s great all the way to the end.
  7. Having just watched the first episode, Wednesday on Netflix
  8. I saw Alien aged about ten or eleven and it was fine. Terminator has an easily skipped sex scene and not too much swearing. Going back even further, The Thing From Another World? Not horror, but The Warriors could be another one to try.
  9. It worked for Neighbours, and that was a couple of decades gap.
  10. £35 is a good price, but what worthwhile content is there? Are they getting the full Star Trek catalog of new and old shows?
  11. Banned at stadiums, apart from in corporate hospitality boxes. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/63674631
  12. Tickets for the 3rd and 10th December are up now. Just got mine for the 3rd
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