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Qazimod

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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. Switch is the new gen, surely? Zelda counts, because WiiU.
  2. I must have briefly blacked out when scrolling through the list.
  3. They included BB and Nier, so I can't complain too much. Interesting that there's no VR stuff, and no handheld games (my classification of "this gen" would include 3DS and Vita)
  4. I can’t blame players for whittling if their options get severely limited. I feel like I could have made a wiki page on some of the notes I had that listed boss attack strings and what happened when I tried to punish them in certain ways, so people will always seek to avoid chipping away health if they can find a more viable approach. The varying posture regeneration is a nice “difficulty slider” too - maybe you need to chip away at first but are confident in winning the posture war when it’s slower to recover. Or maybe you’re bad with your sword but you have some gear that can carry you the r
  5. Do Bluepoint have a reputation for tampering? I don’t think I’ve played any of their remasters but I assumed it was in safe hands...
  6. Yep. I can’t blame people for buying into the new boxes - they look great and each have a “more affordable” option (depending on how you feel about digital game pricing). But right now I don’t know where it would fit in with my existing gaming diet. I still have a bunch of current-gen console things to catch up on, I don’t even own a 4K display, my desktop’s still fine for the PC stuff I play (Destiny and the occasional Steam sale curio) and neither console has an exclusive that I’m massively hyped for. A lot of the trailers looked good, but not day-one-console-purchase good. As an
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    Imagine you’re playing a fighting game online and you press an attack button, but that press hasn’t registered across the network for both players’ games yet. To compensate and maintain a smooth experience, the game will run a simulation of expected events until the network identifies that button press happening, at which point it will “roll back” to when it was pressed, and the attack will come out. The below gif shows both players pushing a button on frame 1, but one player's game doesn't "find" the button press until three frames later: The old solution to fighting
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    Ah, I thought this was out already months ago, but this is a shiny “full” version. Another fun local multiplayer game to not enjoy because pandemics. Hopefully the online gameplay is okay.
  9. Now I’m thinking about this again. 7th gen format wars...
  10. Coming to PS5, sort of Whatever - I already told myself that I (probably) won’t be picking up any new-gen consoles at launch. It will be nice for series newcomers though.
  11. Mm, when the trailer started I legit thought it was some kind of XIV spin-off. It looks pretty, but I'll wait until we know what it actually plays like (battle systems, classes, etc)...
  12. It was all "fine", but that's exactly it - nothing was amazing or a complete disaster. I'm inevitably going to pick one of them up at some point, but right now I'm not hurrying to pre-order anything. I have an okay-ish PC in the meantime, not to mention a bunch of current-gen things that I still need to check out. If there was some kind of amazing exclusive announcement I might be more enthusiastic (perhaps this is Demon's Souls for some people?) but at the moment I can wait.
  13. At launch, probably neither. I'll see how my PC fares for a while and maybe catch up on 8th-gen things...
  14. PS5: £449 and £359 Xbox: £449 and £249 Well, I was miles off both of them.
  15. PS. Royal is better than vanilla P5, but for a sub bonus the original is still worth a look.
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