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Boozy The Clown

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  1. Theres a good 10 hour video review that breaks it down to unfixable. Its platform dependant old gen still shonky, new gen very playable. Both still a bit buggy. Core game design in all areas great story, very poorly implemented game mechanics. its easily cheatable robbing the player of the intended experience by going for a cheap method of disposing of enemies / combat. I'm only going on the Action Button review. I restarted it and got as far as the first braindance mission so far. I need coffee. Never try to type before caffiene and nicotine boosters. It looks fucking amazing on series X but a lot better on PC.apparently.
  2. I've no idea who Swayzak is/are but these are great.
  3. Just played through to the Big O on the updated to 60fps Alan Wake. I remember it looking quite awful when it first came to BC but they've done something else to it. Maybe it's the auto HDR but they seem to have upped the detail somewhat as well because it didn't look half as bad as I recall.
  4. Just a great mix of different tracks and music styles.
  5. Pick a small road race and do laps in rivals mode to learn manual gears.
  6. Guy I heard on a podcast last night has finished the campaign. He was a Halo skeptic but on Infinite he "couldn't put it down." Still under NDA so no details.
  7. Finally played this last night, just a simple 4 player deathmatch. " Oh ya bastard, get it up yeh, wrap that right round yeh, and lots of hahahhahahahahahhahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahaha."
  8. Instead of auto upgrading click on find tuning setups. Pick one of the recommendeds and you'll likely find your car more competitive. Just check which tyres its upgrading to to determine if its a road, offroad, drag or race tune. When I get time I'll stick some cars and tune reccomendations in here. I've got an amazing rally 1965 mini cooper thats a blast on dirt.
  9. Once your combo gets over 500,000 (100,000 × 5.0 Multiplier) you don't earn any more skill points as the max is 10 for one chain. Better to bank the 10 points unless you are going for a high score.
  10. Also driving between races is an ideal opportunity to build up skill points for the car. Drifting around fields and sideswiping scenery is a good tactic. You get a skill point every 50,000 so trying to keep a chain going as long as possible and building up your multiplyer is key. Straightlining across the map is also a surefire way to maximise your points. Building up 25 points to unlock the double crash skill earlier rather than last is advised too. Helps keep a chain going longer.
  11. Grimey Goon tune... cheers New Jedi Mind Tricks Album came out today too. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=the+funeral+and+the+raven
  12. Here's how I'm doing it. 1. Pick a car that appeals to you. 2. Choose a race type appropriate to the car (Road, dirt, cross country street) 3. Filter (RB) map screen to only show this race style. 4. Do a couple of races. Earn some money and mastery points (skills) (don't be too concerned about winning races) 5. Apply skill points and upgrade to either max out the cars original class or move up to next class (D,C,B,A) 6. Do a couple more races 7. Repeat until you have filled all skill points and found a tune/upgrade setup that you really enjoy. 8.Add car to favourites as once you've maxed out its skill trees you will now have a history and story to tell about this vehicle. 9. Repeat but with a different race type.
  13. Stuck the Doom review on tonight, had it on in the background but started paying proper attention during his story of Bob and Korg. Utterly brilliant so far.
  14. I haven't bought a record in over 20 years. Stem with Pacino and De Niro Heat samples.... Oh yes.
  15. Up to Season 5 of The Office. 10 years late but thoroughly enjoying it.
  16. "Happy Birthday Xbox at 20, great fan service. BC update, a show, Halo dropping early. Playstation was 25 this week, what did their fans get ? Oh yeah , a tweet."
  17. Tried Manhunt and Max Payne 3. Manhunt is surprisingly clear and playable. Max Payne 3 is so utterly violent. Happy days.
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