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  1. I'he nothing against the hold but I really don't like t spins feels like cheating and not in tune with the basic gameplay of arranging shapes to naturally fit together. A t spin rotates a block in a way that would be impossible in real life.
  2. Had one second place....once into the top 10 feels more like luck than skill.....they need to bring in the gold and silver block mechanic from the n64 game.
  3. mwaawm

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Bad North is bloody good, played the demo to check it wasn't a tower defence type of game (hate those) it sort of is and isn't..maintains the strategic part without the boring tedium that put me off all tower defence type games previously by allowing you to actually redeploy and do stuff with your units while the enemy waves are attacking. Had to purchase once I'd done the demo.
  4. mwaawm

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    For a console with no games why does it feel that as a middle aged man with 50 times the disposable income of my younger self I have to avoid the eshop for fear of blowing all my money on games....
  5. mwaawm

    Steve Bak, RIP

    Sad news.... More of his lovely work below even though he's not named on the title screen:
  6. mwaawm

    Bring forth your pixel art champions.

    Unrelated to the images above but perhaps also of interest http://guidohenkel.com/2018/09/the-things-we-did-on-the-atari-st/
  7. mwaawm

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Blockquest maker looks good but there's hardly any reviews out there, any impressions from forumites?
  8. mwaawm

    Nintendo Switch

    Haven't played civilisation since the original on my atari st....foolishly took the plunge on switch and it's eating my life up, is there some sort if support group out there?
  9. mwaawm

    Panasonic A Custom video cable

    Yes I think you're correct it was to enable rgb scart from the Q.
  10. Back in the day someone on here did some custom video cables for the Q, mine is packed away in the loft now and I was searching on the web to see if I could remind myself why I paid a premium for that cable but didn't turn up anything. Anyone else remember them?
  11. mwaawm

    Is Read Dead Redemption 2 any good?

    "Look past the terrible controls"....never gonna happen. Have zero tolerance for poor controls for which there was no excuse in the 00s as far as I'm concerned let alone now.
  12. Thanks for the opinions.....may end up picking up XC2 after all in that case first if there's no real difference in character design between the two, if the dodginess had been ditched in this expansion I may have just gone straight for this instead.
  13. Couldn't find a thread for this, admins please move across if there is one already. After people's opinions on this. I loved xenoblade chronicles on Wii, hated chronicles X which send more like a MMO as opposed to a proper story driven RPG. I skipped chronicles 2 due to the dodgy female character designs but am very interested in this latest game, which appears to be more in line with b the original game. Any thoughts from those that have tried it?
  14. mwaawm

    Atari Jaguar

    I had a Jag and nearly all the cartridge games at the time except for mutant penguins, why does it continue to soar in price? Quite frankly it was pretty shit barring the odd little gem. The potential it had was in its earlier incarnation as the Panther destroying the SNES / MD / 3DO but instead Atari delayed anf overcooked it to have the Jag arrive just in time to be exterminated by the PSX and N64
  15. So many of my Nintendo 64 games..... Cartridge/Nintendo tax was viewed by my younger self as for the greater good. Fortunately most did also get played quite a lot, including by my cheapskate PlayStation owning mates.

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