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  1. Arrow (arrowfilms.com) have an Easter sale on, lasting until April 19th, and there's some great stuff in there, including stuff from Second Sight and Third Window.
  2. If you just want to try out Pac-Man, you could buy a month's online sub for £3.50
  3. This was great until I was doing really well one game then my WiFi went wrong and I disconnected and now I'm in a proper sulk.
  4. Childbirth is pretty funny.
  5. These are going to be rarer than hens' beaks!
  6. I've been poking about in the dark corners of the eshop and found a surprisingly good Souls-inspired metrovania-lite called Grimvalor, in which you run around a bunch of loosely interconnected levels fighting monsters. There's also some Bayonetta/DMC flavour to the movement and combat as you can fling yourself all over the place, dodging enemies and using the traditional light and heavy attacks to do damage. It's obviously been made on a budget as the graphics are more functional than spectacular, but it feels really fast and smooth, if a little simplistic. There's a fairly generous demo
  7. Collider. Like the large Hadron one but a small backpack one.
  8. She's still trying... This is on the highest difficulty.
  9. There's a Japanese vtuber playing this on one of the higher difficulties; she's been playing for over three hours and hasn't even got to the first checkpoint.
  10. I finally defeated the Watcher Knights tonight! All 3 dreamers are now beaten and it looks like I'm on the way to actually finishing* this thing. *well, getting to the last boss anyway, there's still a load of other stuff I haven't done.
  11. Where do you get those wafers from @Gabe, i loved the lemon ones but I haven't seen them about for years.
  12. For some reason, the voice actor playing Luke in the Professor Layton games is different in the US and UK versions. EDIT: The reason is that the US voice is very bad. EDIT EDIT: Completely off topic, but the book 'The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon' by Stephen King is rendered hilarious in the UK since the story takes place in a forest and the main character is constantly encountering 'clouds of flying midges', which in America seem to be unfortunately known as 'minges.'
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