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Rayn

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  1. For the last couple of years, my favourite RH song has been Daydreaming. The more I listen to it the more I fall in love with it. I also stumbled upon this video on Vimeo a few weeks back and it didn't exactly make me like the song any less.... There's a lot of grasping in some of the theories in this video but a lot of the stuff being discussed seems believable enough for me to buy it.
  2. I’m really pumped for this, especially since I never got to play the first one. My son has the first one and he played it a lot, and I mean A LOT. He’s a teenager now and it’s apparently a bit embarassing to like Nintendo among his friends but I’m pretty sure he’ll be all over this when it’s out.
  3. Are people still playing this? I purchased it on release and it never really clicked with me, mostly because BotW took up all my Switch time. As games were released for the system, Arms got pushed further and further down my priority list and now, two years later I’m starting to get into it. What seemed like a shallow button masher to me back then now seems like a really strategic brawler. It really dows feel like an arcadey boxing game that’s action forward. What I don’t seem to get is the actual arms system. Is it really Loot Crate based? Are the unlockable arms worth it? How is it balanced? I’ve done Grand Prix level 1-5 but I’m beginning to struggle with the difficulty now. Are there prticular arms I should hope to unlock, and are the characters well balanced? I went online last night ans it seemed like 80% of everyone in the lobby was the same character, a wee girl with blonde hair. Is she somewhat the best of the bunch? I’ve opted for Springman, trying to learn him fully, but maybe some arms work better with certain characters?
  4. Rayn

    Cadence of Hyrule

    It’ll take about 1-2 hours of practise to get to a adequate level of skills needed to make continous progress. It’s well worth the investment.
  5. Rayn

    Cadence of Hyrule

    The music in this is just sublime. OST of the year for sure!
  6. Rayn

    Nintendo Switch

    https://ec.nintendo.com/US/en/pretickets/70020000000061
  7. People like him are even worse than influencers. I hope it's a permaban.
  8. There's a character creator, so you can make your character just as you see fit.
  9. https://heavy.com/games/2019/06/breath-of-the-wild-sequel-trailer-reversed-botw-audio-music-backwards/
  10. Some gaming rag i follow on Facebook linked to an article of theirs covering the Switcher 3 reveal along with some more details. The comments on that link.....christ, and I thought this place was toxic. If it’s people like that who are seen as the average gamer for non-gamers, I will be a little more wary about telling people I’m a gamer.
  11. I didn’t even know about a hands on. Did a wide web search, found a hands on that’s 4 years old If the final game plays line this.....eeeeh, I dunno.
  12. This game could, and should, be awesome but we didn’t get to see much. The premise is great, a dark and mysterious Ground Hog Day setup, and it should work a treat if handled in a good way.
  13. So far it’s 12 Minutes, Minecraft Dungeons and Cyberpunk 2077. I really hope Nintendo will show something worth looking forward to tonight.
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