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  1. Squigs

    No Man's Sky

    @Jamin You don't necessarily need to move your base in that case. You can build multiple bases, so just construct a new base computer on the planet you want.
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    Mario Tennis Aces - Get Served

    The main problem with swing mode is that the motion control is just a substitute for the normal button presses. It also still has the 'charge shot' mechanic, so drawing your racquet back too early hinders your movement. Basically if you try to play it like Wii Tennis, it won't work. I'm also not sure if it's just my memory playing tricks on me, but it feels much slower than Wii Tennis was.
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    Mario Tennis Aces - Get Served

    I think @Stanley is referring to the stage before that (it sounds like you're talking about the boss stage). The bit with the cogs got me a couple of times because for the smaller ones you actually need to aim where they're going to be, rather than directly at them, as they move a bit faster.
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    Nintendo Switch

    I've used the charger from my Nexus 5X to charge my switch fine, as well as a bog standard USB-C cable connected to my power bank.
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    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    For the 'White Bird' one.
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    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Does it still show 'First played x days ago' instead? It only starts showing the actual time played after 10 days.
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    Pocket Card Jockey (3DS)

    If that's 'Fire Boy' you're both referring to, I managed to get him up to level 9, with stats of 95/102. Only done a few races with him in Mature mode so far.
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    Football thread 2015/16 season.

    There's also the fact they were only in the CL because of the new rule that gives Europa League holders a spot.
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    Having just rewatched the 'Skytanic' episode last week, I appreciated the not so subtle callback to it in the latest episode. Hoping Babou makes a comeback soon too.
  10. Isn't it that he's not actually going to be at any of them, he's just the person behind them all? I thought I'd read there were events around the world organised to take place at the same time.
  11. Wait, so this 'Roosh' thing is at 8pm on Saturday? The Edinburgh one could be just as interesting as Glasgow, given that Scotland play England at Murrayfield earlier in the day, and the Grassmarket will be rammed full of pissed up rugby fans.
  12. I can't remember if it's been mentioned in here before, but it's a good idea to take Gwin in your party for a while early on to raise your affinity to at least one heart. It's a requirement for starting a later story mission.
  13. I'm having a bit of a clear out ahead of moving flat, so not really looking for anything as a swap, but thought I'd post what I've got here to see if there's any interest before they go to the charity shop. All fully boxed with instructions unless stated. Master System Asterix (no manual) - £4 Bonanza Bros - £3 Gangster Town (cart only) - £1 Mortal Kombat II (no manual) - £8 Olympic Gold - £3 Out Run Europa - £3 Paperboy - £6 PGA Tour Golf - £3 Prince of Persia - £7 Putt & Putter - £3 RoboCop v Terminator - £5 Sega Chess - £2 Shinobi (no manual) - £2 Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (no manual) - £3 Spider-man - £2 Summer Games - £1 Super Kick Off (I have two copies of this for some reason, with slightly different boxes.) - £2 each Super Monaco GP - £3 Super Tennis - £2 Teddy Boy - £3 Tennis Ace - £2 The Lucky Dime Caper - £4 World Class Leaderboard (no manual) - £2 World Soccer - £1 Mega Drive Donald in Maui Mallard - £8 Dragon's Fury (cart only) - £2 Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker - £2 Jurassic Park - £5 Kid Chameleon - £5 Lemmings 2 - £5 Micro Machines (no manual) - £7 Mortal Kombat II (manual cover is torn off) - £6 PGA Tour Golf 2 (no manual or boxart/sleeve) - £2 Premier Manager 97 - £3 Road Rash (no manual or boxart/sleeve) - £2 Shadow Dancer - £5 Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 - £10 Game Boy Color Super Mario Bros Deluxe - £8 Tetris DX - £3 WWF Attitude - £2 Game Boy Advance Boktai 2: Solar Boy Django - £8 Fire Pro Wrestling - £4 Mario Kart Super Circuit - £7 Metroid Fusion - £8 Pokémon Ruby - £10 The Tower SP (cart only) - £3 Wario Ware Inc. Minigame Mania - £8 Zelda LTTP + Four Swords - £8 Zelda Minish Cap - £8 Edited to add the Mega Drive games, which I doubt were worth the wait. Seem to have lost a few of them over the years which is a shame. I've also added some prices (not including postage), but I'll admit I've no idea if some of them are a bit steep. I tried to take a rough estimate from recent ebay sales, then knock a few quid off. Happy to negotiate, particularly if bundles are involved.
  14. I think the first game I ever played would have been Alex Kidd in Miracle World on the Master System II. I got the console for Christmas in either 90 or 91, and I distinctly remember opening up a present to discover another game before I'd opened the console (which had been hidden behind the sofa). The only other games I might have played before then would have been on the BBC Micro we had at primary school. I remember playing Granny's Garden, King of the Jungle and Through The Dragon's Eye on that, but I can't quite remember which came first.
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    Amplitude! PS4 - Out Now!

    Having not paid proper attention to the Kickstarter updates before receiving today's early access code, I was slightly disappointed to discover the PS3 version isn't available yet. I guess the main question for those that have it is: how does it control? I'm wary of the newer R2 'trigger' button at higher difficulty levels.

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