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    I play video games, I buy and listen to music of all sorts, I mess around on an acoustic guitar, I own video capture and editing software, I randomly dance around at any opportunity, spend time out shopping for more music/games/film or seeing folk...the usual, really.

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  1. Alyx and Dog play catch: VR (actually I’d buy that)
  2. Qazimod


    Throwback tweet or hints of a possible thing?
  3. Golem's out today. £29.99: https://store.playstation.com/en-gb/product/EP1259-CUSA12088_00-HWGGOLEM2019SIEE
  4. I don't want them to roll out VI yet because V's slowly-expanding roster has brought in a lot of cool people who I never thought we'd see... and they could go nuts with that kind of stuff if they had the time and resources. Where's Q, Necro, Darun, Lee, Dan, Sean, Retsu, Skullo? Unless VI does the Smash thing and proclaims that everyone is here.
  5. By "get around to" can we include games we haven't bought but like the look of? I've probably got a ton... Monster Hunter World I didn't like the PSP games but I loved the beta of this... but I never played more than the beta and it just kind of got left behind. It looks like one of the more accessible Monster Hunter games in recent times, as well as one of the more... er, better-produced? Also it was the first game I played since Freedom Unite so I missed out on a lot of evolution in between... Dissidia NT Again - I loved Dissidia on PSP and I had some fun with a trial of this new game; the team dynamic was interesting and there was just enough of the old PSP Dissidia DNA for me to know what I'm doing (and I'm a big fan of the central bravery points/hit points system.) However, I think it released around the same time as DragonBall FighterZ and I didn't want to commit my spare time to two wildly-different in-depth fighters. Speaking of which... Pocket Rumble I'm a fan of fighting games that have a streamlined control system but enough variety for matches to be interesting - I bought Divekick, Nidhogg, etc - but this one kind of came and went without me taking much interest. Also, I wouldn't normally bother with lil' indie fighters that much but recently I've found myself trying to talk my nephew into playing fighters with me... so local play is becoming more frequent and I'm trying to seek out new local fighters! Any Persona Dancing game Yes, I've played all of the games in the mainline series, and the fighters are pretty good as well, but these just seem like a spin-off too far. And don't get me wrong, I love the music, but I don't know if I love it enough to buy a whole rhythm game around the music. Wait... three whole rhythm games. I mean, something like Superbeat Xonic has a music selection that's more of a mixed bag, but I find the gameplay of that infinitely more interesting, so Nex Machina This game looks so good, and I'm a huge fan of Housemarque's other games, but I still haven't picked this up because I'm some kind of idiot. I remember when I saw that initial debut trailer and was blown away by how frantic the gameplay looked and how pretty the voxels were... I had played a bit of Resogun but running and shooting looked much more immediately entertaining. However, I still haven't picked it up... Polybius As with Housemarque, I'm a sucker for Llamasoft titles - TxK was my game of the year for that year, and I grew to like Space Giraffe after a while, but I still haven't tried this. And I'm one o those PSVR owners who haven't sold their headset yet, so yay. Come to think of it, there are probably a bunch of VR titles I haven't got around to that I could include in this list... Also I tend to pick one main platform per generation so there are a ton of exclusives I haven't played for Switch, 3DS, WiiU, PS3, Wii, Xbox One...
  6. And I just got the Oxygen SR3 for that other ancient pinnacle goal. I've been sticking with my trusty Polaris forever because of the combination of Dragonfly and Perfect Fifth, but Dragonfly and Meganeura sounds equally interesting...
  7. I've had it on my Steam wishlist since December of last year
  8. Qazimod

    Disco Elysium

    I was talking to my folks about this the other day - I'm not sure if it's my sort of thing but my dad's a fan of games with some sort of agency in decision making (and he's also a fan of detective fiction frameworks ), so I showed him some reviews and websites - just informing him that a game like this exists - and left him to make his mind up I think he'll end up getting it... It does sound incredible though, and I'd have a closer look at it myself if not for all of the other games keeping me busy!
  9. Star Wars Jedi: Allen Order - take charge of supplying the maintenance crew with little hand tools that twist screws into place. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Border - try and stop immigrants getting into your home planet. It's basically Papers, Please for Jedi.
  10. It's my main kinetic! https://www.bungie.net/en/Gear/2/4611686018440861674/2305843009264750685 It's very rapid, and when it's masterworked certain PvE environments become filled with orbs in moments.
  11. Split-screen Minecraft in creative mode? Just show them how to break things and how to build things and let them mess around in the world. Failing that, Lego Worlds? Or one of the Lego spin-offs?
  12. I had a little look at the Twitch Studio Beta today. It's pretty easy to set up and there's a nice feature set, but perhaps my favourite thing is that it has all of your Twitch stuff in the application, so there's no more having to open a browser to change your stream details, or opening your own stream and popping out the chat. It's definitely worth a look.
  13. That was going to be my initial response to this thread. The truth is that I do like it... just not as much as the earlier games. I kind of hope that Royal will be a tighter experience...
  14. For me it's Dark Souls 1. I'm not a hardcore fan of their games but I do enjoy some of them - I platinumed Bloodborne and its DLC, played through the base games of DS2 and DS3, and I saw the credits of Sekiro earlier this year. However, I barely got anywhere in DS1. Bonfire runs felt pretty cruel compared to the other games and wasting entire evenings on one tiny bit of an area got boring. Oh and it felt like there was far more micromanagement of ailments or poison or corrosion or whatever, and hurrying back to fix things got old. I haven't even bothered getting the remaster because I know I'll bounce off it in the same way I have before. Oh, and before you hit that neg I'm saying that it's not the game, it's me. I'm sure it's eventually great but I've just never had the patience for it.
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