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  1. I assume you've amended the actual game video settings (turning off motion blur, chromatic aberration and film grain) as well, Stig?
  2. Been a pretty good year so far for stuff that I like 01 - Corrosion of Conformity - No Cross No Crown 02 - Clutch - Book of Bad Decisions 03 - Slaves - Acts of Fear and Love 04 - Prodigy - No Tourists 05 - Alice in Chains - Rainier Fog 06 - Ghost - Prequelle 07 - Paul McCartney - Egypt Station 08 - Reef - Revelation 09 - deadmau5 - Where's The Drop? 10 - Django Django - Marble Skies Honorable Mentions; Nine Inch Nails - Bad Witch Chvrches - Love is Dead Eminem - Kamikaze Slash - Living The Dream Florence & The Machine - High As Hope Marmozets - Knowing What You Know Now Moby - Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt Stone Temple Pilots - Stone Temple Pilots Everlast - Whitey Ford's House of Pain Five Finger Death Punch - And Justice For None Claptone - Fantast Plan B - Heaven Before All Hell Breaks Loose James Bay - Electric Light Machine Head - Catharsis The Sword - Used Future Tenacious D - Post-Apocalypto Greta Van Fleet - Anthem of the Peaceful Army Monster Truck - True Rockers Tom Grennan - Lighting Matches Wolf Alice - Visions of a Life Seasick Steve - Can U Cook?
  3. That looks amazing. It's a cross between Ghouls 'N' Ghosts and Gargoyle's Quest, which is what I anticipate would have been the case if they'd ever made GNG3. Still wish Capcom had got round to making Maximo 3.
  4. Thing is, weapon damage is only half the battle. Doing the first four seasonal challenge brackets for your chosen warrior will yield you a lovely set of seasonal armour which will dramatically increase a certain play style (literally hitting for billions of points of damage) so elective controls are a must so you can tailor attack styles accordingly to the armour set you are wearing. Also, remember that Miriam can re-enchant one magical property per item. So, if you get a lovely piece of armour with no sockets she can (via RNJ rules) add a socket. Or if it’s armour for a specific class which has amazing magical properties bar the one for that class which doesn’t suit your need she can reenchant that to a different class specific property (I.e.; Barbarian Armour drops with a Cleave damage increase but you use a different resource generator, she can change it in exchange for Materials and Money). I’ve not gotten into it as much as some of my friends, but it is amazing. As someone said earlier, it’s Gauntlet but with customisable characters. 4 player rifts (greater or normal) are almost the best thing ever.
  5. Always start level 0 at normal, when you hit 15 knock it up to hard, when you hit 30 you should really knock the difficulty up to Expert, when you hit 45 knock it up to Master, then 55 knock it up to Torment 1, then by 70 you should be on Torment 2. As Moosey has pointed out several times in his little guides, 70 is the top level, but then it goes on Paragon points which are levels gained and can be focused into specific stats like critical hit damage or chances, armour and life, resistances and resources. The game never really stops, as when you level up you should be trying higher torment difficulties (up to T13 which is where stoopid-mega builds come in) and the loot adjusts accordingly.
  6. Nice and heavy, really looking forward to their next album.
  7. £60 all in. Not cheap but given the potential certainly better value to me than the PS1C. What amazes me the most is the potential profits they lost by artificially limiting compatibility. I haven't looked into the firmware hack yet, but the fact that you can potentially play all PSone, PSP and PSV games available on PSN is a massive selling point and would've netted them large profits. Shocking lack of foresight.
  8. I bought a PSTV off EBay recently because I had a feeling that the final lineup for this was going to be a bit disappointing. Glad I did because I can now play SOTN on Castlevania Chronicles, RE2, RE3, RR4, and a load of other VITA and PSP stuff like Medievil Resurrection and Powerstone on my TV.
  9. It certainly looks more interesting than I was expecting. From the pictures above, it looks as though it's set in the late 70s/early 80s, so it wouldn't surprise me if WBDC tried to use this to provide the origin of the 'real' Joker/Jack Napier, and confirmed that Jared Leto's Joker is a mindwarped Jason Todd/Robin to try and save face with their existing DC-verse films. It might also allow them to go back to a younger (recast) Batman for future films set in the 80s/90s which would make recasting easier for that role.
  10. Currently I'm listening to the 21 minute Dave Grohl track; It reminds me why every Foo Fighters album since Colour & the Shape hasn't been as good, and why every album where he drums or plays instruments (but isn't the focus of the band) is brilliant. The man is a talented muthaf-bomb.
  11. I wouldn't be surprised if this isn't like the Deadpool "leak". But bloody hell, I don't care ... Nathan Fillion and Stephen Lang! TAKE MY MONEY!!!!!
  12. Saw this and enjoyed it. Liked the storyline and the battles and worth a watch if you liked the first one.
  13. I thought it was great; Scully's jigsaw skills, Jake's Nic Cage obsession, library perverts, Rosa's hair: all amazing.
  14. "Now you're playing catch-up!"
  15. Another good episode, which was no doubt helped by the inclusion of the music from The Last of Us Having this and The Grand Tour being as good as it was (until the last episode) is amazing, like two sides of the same coin.
  16. As if by magic! The free weekend on PS4 runs from Feb 15 to Feb 20. Try it before you buy it!
  17. Agreed, if this is as good as the first then my top three MCU films will change again
  18. This is 'out there' in case anyone is bothered. Just watched it again and I maintain it's top three position. Not as good as GoTG1 or Ant-Man for me but those are very high bars of quality.
  19. Also, thanks to those who put Gary Numan into the top 10. Savage led me onto Splinter (which is some amazingly dark stuff) and I've now gone to listen to his more recent back catalogue.
  20. Day one here as well. The original version was one of the best online experiences I've ever played. Getting 8 players to try and do the challenges without writing each other off was just so frustratingly awesome, and brought out a much more colourful & inventive line of swearing from my group of friends
  21. No, thank YOU for doing this every year. It's one of my favourite threads because I get to listen to a lot of new stuff and discover some things I wouldn't have heard of.
  22. Who Framed Roger Rabbit, WIllow and Ghostbusters are always good veg out films at Xmas.
  23. Chalk me up as another who enjoyed it for what it is, a fairly solid L.A. based buddy cop film with elves, orcs and fairies. I know it's never going to win any awards for being the best film or the like but I would love to see a sequel.
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