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  1. New Video - The Omen Series. I cannot stress enough how great the original movie is. 


    Major Spoilers if you've never seen them before (especially the fourth, forgotten movie which gives away the ending of The Final Conflict)



  2. I mean, what could possibly go wrong? And you can start buying virtual land from tomorrow!


    Apparently not a joke or spoof idea. Nor an Onion article or the work of the famed Peter Molydeux.




    Legacy and Blockchain Gaming


    Start your Legacy blockchain business by being a Land Owner or an in-game Business Partner!

    Owning a Land NFT allows you to start your own in-game blockchain business association in Legacy. You will be able to play Legacy, while earning and owning your gameplay.


    Crucially, as a business association owner, you will have access to Legacy Keys. These items can be lent to other people who want to start an in-game business in Legacy, making them your in-game Business Partners. As part of your association, they will share a portion of their earned LegacyCoin with you.




    LegacyCoin is the currency that enables the innovative blockchain experience that is Legacy to exist.

    LegacyCoin (LEGACY) is a new Cryptocurrency lying on the Ethereum blockchain which complies with the tried and trusted ERC-20 token standard.




    Our vision for blockchain gaming


    Legacy is a game that leverages player ownership, play-to-earn, lend-to-earn, highly functional NFTs and a truly unique community driven economy… and this is just the beginning.


    Legacy is here to push the boundaries of blockchain gaming beyond your wildest dreams.


    The creative genius of Peter Molyneux, creator of the god game genre (among many others), along with 22cans is now teaming up with the expertise of Eric Schiermeyer and Gala games in order to put Legacy at the frontier of blockchain gaming.


    The clock is ticking… it’s time for you to start your Legacy.






  3. Playing the one shot adventure, or whatever it's called. I know it's a way out yet but it seems to lack a lot of the polish that BL3 had. The world isn't anywhere near as vibrant or populated. The gimmick of being inside some kind of D&D game is quite fun, but I imagine that'll quickly get tired. It wasn't too bad in this game, and Tina doesn't annoy or interrupt as much as I thought she might. However, apart from genre tropes, and a chest or two with D&D dice, this is really just medieval Borderlands.


    Did I read that this did begin life as a BL3 DLC? It's fine for what it is, and I liked playing it, but it doesn't seem to build anything new into the game. Still interested enough to check out the final product though, as I really like the universe they've set up. 

  4. Arguably the best top ten of the 1980s - though 83 and 85 will run it a very close race. Apart from the triple hits of Temple of Doom, Ghostbusters and Gremlins, we've got Romancing the Stone, Footloose and The Karate Kid.


    Perhaps even more incredible is Beverly Hills Cop, which had only opened in December 1984 and still made enough money to break in at number seven. It would remain in the charts long into the next year and end up being the biggest R-rated comedy for many, many years to come.


    Outside the top ten - The Terminator, Red Dawn, Conan the Destroyer and The Last Starfighter. There's also a huge amount of pictures that would go on to become cult classics - Buckaroo Banzai, Streets of Fire, Top Secret and The Ice Pirates. 1984 also saw the debut of Freddy Krueger in A Nightmare on Elm St. Until 1985....



  5. Another solid year for releases, with the likes of Trading Places, Risky Business, Wargames and Return of the Jedi. Outside the top ten we have Krull, Jaws 3D, Blue Thunder and Never Say Never Again.


    I miss the days of voice overs and 'Starring..'. And Ally Sheedy in Wargames is still the cutest. 


    Feel free to subscribe - I post once a week, won't spam you with notification or anything like that. 



  6. I did enjoy that section in VHS 94. Perfect aesthetics and the lead was excellent. Wasn’t quite sure where it would go. The shot of



    The girl seeing her reflection was pure horror and utter sadness and repulsion.

    Not as good as his VHS2 section, but worth seeing. And you could just skip to that section, the single films don’t have any real bearing on the bookends.

  7. 18 hours ago, Dark Soldier said:

    VHS 94 - Okay so Timo Tjahjanto, the guy who did the God tier Cult section of VHS 2, has a section in this and it is up there with the most inventive, wonderful stuff I have ever seen. Just absolute top tier.


    That segment alone makes it an essential. The rest is the usual meh VHS stuff.


    And now I'm interested. The VHS2 section was excellent, and I loved his work on The Night Comes For Us.

  8. An absolutely incredible year, and one in which what didn't make the top ten is possibly more interesting than what did.


    The chart consists of E.T, Star Trek II, Poltergeist and Raiders of the Lost Ark. Raiders was actually released in 1981 but stayed on general release into 1982, so was included in that year's total instead.


    Outside the top ten - Blade Runner, The Thing, First Blood, Tron, Firefox and Conan The Barbarian.


    And if you've never seen it, I highly recommend Poltergeist. 



  9. I finally got round to playing this, having had it in my steam library for some years. 


    A really enjoyable and satisfying game, with only a few blips towards the end. Given it's age, it still played and looked remarkably great, combined with some solid lighting and brilliant sound effects. I only got so far in DS1, and kept hitting a wall, but this one kept me interested and coming back throughout its runtime. 


    The limb slicing is still a wonderful mechanic, and while I wasn't sure I wanted Isaac to talk this time around, it did mostly work well. While the first game gave a sense of serious foreboding, this one was happy to throw you into the chaos from the get-go. The weapons and suit were still excellent, the creatures the stuff of nightmare, and while the story was hokey, it all worked together to make a good experience. 


    I think the only downside was the final few chapters, which seemed to more about running through corridors than fighting or exploring, which was a a bit of shame, but still not really that disappointing, 


    Well worth playing through. And still the most satisfying foot stomp of any game. 

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