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  1. Black Cat Supremacist

    Destiny 2

    Destiny 2 Forsaken complete collection PC
  2. I run all launchers, Windows 10 and the majority of my games off SSD’s. I never need to re-enter passwords and everything absolutely flies on my PC. It’s an absolute breath of fresh air compared to the slog of the OS and loading times on my Xbox One X.
  3. I think Steam is awesome. All the constantly updated offers, charts, reviews, curators, forums, trading cards etc adds up to a store that has some sort of depth. Clearly it has evolved over many years and as such it’s competitors have a lot of catching up to do. I don’t really care where I buy my games from though and won’t be boycotting anything on the Epic Store. Nonetheless the bare bones nature and road map that has scheduled rudimentary features far to far in the future leaves Epic unsurprisingly under fire. They’ve obviously got Tencent money behind them and Fortnite has brought in serious cash but in the long term I’d be surprised to see them genuinely be a competitor to Steam. As for launchers when my PC boots up it launches Steam, Origin and whatever Ubisofts launcher is called. I don’t seem to have any issues with them running in the background.
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    Now TV

    On my 55” LG OLED the picture quality is not great. It’s not something that’ll make me turn the tv off in disgust but in 2019 it’s really not ideal. On my iPad it’s absolutely fine and more than acceptable. I’m 42 and wear glasses inconsistently. My entertainment passes expire this summer but I’ll probably not resubscribe unless CDKeys or whoever have some sort of cracking deal on.
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    Does anyone else not give a monkeys about that Sekiro game?

    This is exactly why I never bought Sekiro. I loved summoning and being summoned in Bloodborne. I really enjoyed the pseudo multiplayer. It wasn’t something that needed to be used all the time but it made the game feel more alive. It was fascinating to see other players builds. I’ve dabbled in Demons Souls, Dark Souls, Dark Souls 2, Bloodborne and Dark Souls 3 so it’s been a while since I’ve ignored Froms current offering. When it’s a tenner on PC I’ll give it a go.
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    Xbox Live increasing to £49.99 from May 8th

    Charging to playing games online in 2019 seems a bit ludicrous. They should have just put all their resources into Gamepass and dropped the Xbox Live Gold nonsense. Would have been quite the selling point for their next Xbox.
  7. Black Cat Supremacist

    Destiny 2

    True or not, the rumour is worth discussing as the Destiny ‘formula’ is probably going to get some sort of revamp for the next game.
  8. Black Cat Supremacist

    Destiny 2

    No Crucible for Destiny 3? The rumor is this: Destiny 3 is considering dropping PvP and traditional Crucible They are instead looking at something that works potentially like The Division’s Dark Zone blending PvP and PvE
  9. Black Cat Supremacist

    Pathtracing in Minecraft

    Graphically that looks sensational but looks like 30fps to me.
  10. Black Cat Supremacist

    Valve - Soon Shipping Other Companies' Games Again

    Valve Index Should be interesting although I’m not particularly convinced the market is there for it. I’d guess if VR succeeds it’ll either be with standalone units or the next iteration of PSVR.
  11. Black Cat Supremacist

    The future of interactive media : Discuss

    I agree with your sentiment and currently have a solitary console attached to my tv downstairs and a PC in its own room upstairs. That was a decision I took of making a go of streamlining things. I have not regretted that once. The Stadia reveal was pretty cool and ultimately fascinating. Digital Foundry’s provisional findings were interesting as the latency of streaming a single player game was not a million miles of just playing it normally on a console. Ultimately though the majority of games I play are online multiplayer games so streaming just isn’t realistic for me. All in one tvs that have built in game streaming services, iTunes, Netflix etc are the future though. How good they will be is obviously up for debate but it’s happening no matter what. How many gamers that actually plays single player games that suit the streaming concept is something these companies need to evaluate. I’m not sure it’s as many people as they think compared to the behemoths like Fortnite, Apex Legends etc. Nonetheless there’s money to be made.
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    Apex Legends - Battle Royale by Respawn Entertainment

    I’ve found levelling up the battle pass not as bad as I thought it would be. The increased XP for using different characters is a great idea. The big problem is unlocking something I actually want.
  13. Black Cat Supremacist

    The Division 2

    I’ve been impressed by the difficulty of this. On your own it can be rock hard but even with a group tactics and planning can be required.
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    Apex Legends - Battle Royale by Respawn Entertainment

    Met my first bonafide hacker on this tonight. Sat and watched them for a while. Sights were snapping to targets and they were just mowing down everyone with their Spitfire. Their level 5 Lifeline had 13 kills when I left and there was still a considerable amount to go. ☹️
  15. Black Cat Supremacist

    Battlefield V

    Going by the one game I’ve played I’d suggest it’s a bit more PUBG than Apex Legends. I’m not going to say anything good or bad about it but will say after the aforementioned one game I’ve played I’ve put The Division 2 on now instead.
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