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Cool Ben

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  1. Yes, that's it, the navigator, not quite how I remembered it but that's got to be the one. Nice one @SeanR I think I really liked it because a lot of joysticks at the time really needed to sit on a desk and that didn't. Good times.
  2. Does anyone remember the one that you held in one hand that had a trigger and then you had a little joystick on top you operated with the other hand. Think it was blue and black. Way ahead of its time. I think my favorite one was similar to the ops but had round buttons and a round stick. I was also a fan of the Quickshot or quickjoy pro, I think it was called something like that.
  3. No worries, I remember absolutely loving this, not sure why there wasn't more. Where did you watch it as I think it deserves a rewatch? Edit - in fact I don't even remember there being so many seasons, maybe I missed a load.
  4. Same here. Cdkeys had a good deal.
  5. Yes, not total gibberish but borderline!
  6. I thought I was having issues due to my lower specs but if it's still bad for you with that setup then maybe there is still something else I can try. Thought I would just wait a bit for some updates, see if it helps.
  7. I average about 150 hours for the games I like. Things like NMS, Skyrim, RDR2 etc all of which I would give highly positive reviews for. I normally know after a couple of hours if its a game I am going to like. Depending on cost though, if I get a few hours out of a £10 game then I would regard that as good value for money and would have to factor that into any review.
  8. Recently my addiction was to stick on a chillout mix on youtube and play Slime Rancher. One of the most inoffensive games I have played in a while.
  9. How many hours is too many to leave a negative review? I often read through the Steam reviews when considering a game purchase but I do find it odd when people leave a bad review but have played the game for days and days, surely it can't be that bad if you are prepared to spend so much time playing it. What do you think, is this a fair point or does playing a game for 200 hours mean you are the best person to review it?
  10. I just picked up a driving force gt, the g25 I believe, for £10. Its amazing, really strong force feedback. I've been playing project cars in VR, going to try dirt rally later.
  11. I haven't seen any clips, i'm saving it all. I'm sure after a while you won't even notice, like watching a dubbed TV show.
  12. I haven't even worked out how to melee in VR LOL
  13. Thats not the scanner we are talking about, the one that pings for object is the scanner, you are talking about the visor scanner thing, can't remember what that is called.
  14. I found the best way to control the ship in VR was just to tilt my wrist, rather than push and pull like I was holding a stick. Also on foot the left controller know which way you are pointing it so if you are walking straight and move the controller to the right you will walk at an angle.
  15. I didn't really get on with it at first. It's sort of a parody of Star Trek NG and some of the jokes are a bit childish. But I gave the first season a rewatch and grew to really like it. I would rather watch the Orville than the new Star Trek.
  16. hmmm, must just have missed that somehow. I used to get pretty much all my 800 and ST games for free. My uncle would just bring home copies of everything, funny how they said piracy would kill the games industry especially as he was a programmer for Beyond, Rainbird and Firebird and all he did was make games in the 80s.
  17. I never played Rodland, don't think it came out on any Atari format.
  18. BUBBLE BOBBLE 4??? I didn't even know there was a second one. Loved the original when I was growing, clocked 100 levels a few times. Don't forget Magic Pockets too!
  19. Yeah I love that but it drops the framerate to almost unbearable.
  20. Yeah, for me on the Touch controllers pushing the sticks in does run and scan, not sure if they call them L3 & R3 on the rift.
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