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FiveFootNinja

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    Gaming, motorsport, cycling, films and web design/development (it's my job)

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  1. While I mess about with Ghost of Tsushima's photo mode for hours, my boy and I just ran through another Lego game during his Easter break... 10. Lego Marvel Superheroes (XB1) - Very much Ronseal game featuring all of your favourite Marvel Superheroes (and villains) in their Lego format. Gameplay wise it's a standard Lego game with a hub world and various missions whereby you swap between a group of characters (and abilities) to complete the puzzles in a zero fail combat environment. On that basis it is fun enough - especially as it features some of my son's actual Lego figures and
  2. I'm only about 11 hours in and I reckon at least 2 of those I've spent faffing about in photo mode pretending to Akira Kurosawa film posters. Beautiful game.
  3. Same for me, however a quick caveat was pretty much my only issue thus far was on launch day I did it and right at the end of the transfer it failed and I had to system reset the PS5 right back to factory settings again and start again. Worked perfectly second time though when I did it in smaller chunks as my initial transfer was pretty much a full PS4 drive of games and saves.
  4. I too am just starting it having been tempted in by the sale price. PS5 for me and it’s solid as a rock, smooth and utterly utterly beautiful to look at. Very early days for me thus far but it’s already going into my extensive list of PS4 generation must plays I think. Lush.
  5. So after going through Lego City Undercover (twice), Goose Game, Lego Ninjago Movie and Phogs over the past couple of months I think I'm going to pickup the Lego Marvel Collection in the sale. £25 for three more of the Lego games seems like pretty good value and my lad is getting into his Superheroes more now.
  6. Purchased and downloading too. So much for having a break from the open world genre after hammering Horizon during Feb
  7. I've have been having a bit of a break from the console myself after my 80+ hour stint on Horizon, however my 5yo and I have been motoring through some of his games at weekends now he's back in school and have wrapped a few up over the last couple of weeks. Given I've played most/all of them I think they count for my list... 7. Lego City Undercover (XB1) - Think of this a Lego GTA Lite. You are a cop in Lego going undercover to save the day from the bad guys. The open world itself is big but actually a little uneventful, however the main plot line is decent and the various l
  8. Very nice, looks like my patent filing post last year had some merit after all Inside-out tracking (e.g. no camera), dual sense style haptics and single cable solution pretty much ticks my VR boxes (or rather removes my VR barriers) so I'll probably get in there day 1 having missed out on all the PSVR goodness so far.
  9. Just saw this above my post when I clicked submit. Sorry!
  10. 6. Maquette (PS5) - There is a really nice idea for a puzzle game in there somewhere, with the live recursive scale mechanic working technically very well throughout. However in this instance it never really gets going into anything that mind-blowing, with challenge level largely dictated by just not providing any sort of guidance or direction. It did make good use of the built in PS5 tip system though (first time I've really used it). The whole thing is also wrapped in a pretty dull narrative about two irritating people getting together via cheesy dialogue, and then having a very normal relat
  11. I do think there seems to be quite a lot of variety in the sound output levels people are experiencing with these and - seemingly - it's just pot luck if you get a good one or not. I play with mine in a cabinet (with the door open) and sit maybe 3ft directly in front of it on my gaming chair and you can't hear it at all at in normal game use unless the sound system is muted, and even then it's just a really quiet exhale of moving air that you have to purposely listen for. No coil whine (touch wood), buzzing or mechanical noise at all. I do get the random disc spin up thing now and again though
  12. 4. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS5) My game completion rate was already down compared to last year, and this certainly didn't help matters. Having sunk 70 hours into this main game, getting the platinum trophy and 100% completion I can confidently say I've seen everything this game has to offer and huge portions of it are fantastic. I went in having been underwhelmed by premise and trailers on launch but hearing good things over the last few years. Well pretty much throughout my tempered expectations left for dust. The overall world plot/lore is probably one of the 'best in cl
  13. The PS4 catalogue has been amazing. I'm (literally) 99% through Horizon Zero Dawn after thinking I'd be a bit 'meh' about it, but I've been surprised by yet another Sony exclusive gem. For me the following all sit comfortably in a 'must play' list for the platform: Bloodborne Spider-Man God of War Horizon Zero Dawn GT Sport The Last Guardian Shadow of the Colossus Remastered Journey Everybody's Gone to the Rapture I've also got Death Stranding, Ghost of Tsushima, Until Dawn, Days Gone and Last of Us Part 2 sat in my dr
  14. @Jamie John Great post! I may well jump back in and mop up some more. I feel I’ve made pretty good progress to the credits so far... Along the way as well as the basic challenges I’ve done... So can definitely see the appeal of delving deeper to find out what else is there. I just know I have so much else to play I may well get tempted onto other things. Totally agree re: The Witness though. Top tier puzzling.
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