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  1. earlymodernsteve

    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    Doesn't it need to be a data transfer USB cable, not just a charging one? That could be the issue.
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    Biggest discrepancy in gaming - your opinion Vs everyone

    Exactly the same here. I much prefer a broken mess to a mediocre dull game.
  3. earlymodernsteve

    Films that are good for the soul

    Tangled and Hercules are both great shouts. I'd throw Hunchback of Notre Dame in the underrated Disney stakes.
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    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    It's on Prime if that helps.
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    Most Useless Features

    Not disputing its uselessness but my kids were quite smitten with the fact it changed to match your chosen Ranger colour on that half arsed Power Ranger game. The speaker is quite useful here and there: Mad Max makes quite good use of it.
  6. Had a nosey in the charity shops whilst hiding from the rain today and found this little beauty for a fiver. The game is still sat on my to play pile so I may have to bump it to the top and enjoy flicking through this:
  7. It's a little more linear and has endless runner influences but Planet Alpha is the nearest thing to a cinematic platformer I've seen in a while. Beautiful too.
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    Socketeer: My New Game Inspired By Paradroid and Spelunky

    Wow, my kids loved the trailer for this; had no idea it was a forum member's baby. Swamped with games at the moment but will pick this up later. Well done on getting it out there.
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    Games you loved that are rubbish in hindsight.

    I finished the Amstrad version of Zoids back in the day. Don't think I ever really knew what I was doing but had far more patience/fewer games back then.
  10. Having checked, I'm afraid there's no text scale option @jonamok I have played it a bit on my Vita and everything is surprisingly readable but can imagine there being a struggle sat away from a screen. I would still recommend it because it's one of the best RPG experiences since Baldur's Gate II but can appreciate the text issue.
  11. Will have a check for you later (playing a PS4 review copy) but don't recall seeing such an option Can get pretty cluttered at times but the turn based combat means it isn't a huge problem.
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    Am I alone in thinking this is the time to dig out full ROM sets of certain formats before they disappear completely rather than the one title in a while approach? Almost the opposite of what's intended by these changes. Wiiware has gone, Xbox Live Arcade; any other examples of lost systems/catalogues? (Some games from those have reappeared on Steam though).
  13. earlymodernsteve

    Game piracy in 2018

    Apparently it's a game update rather than codes so shouldn't affect 2nd hand but wouldn't be surprised if Activision pulled a fast one.
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    God of War (2018) - Magni-ficent!

    I waited until post game for those; and was loaded with top equipment. The one you mention was still a PITA.
  15. earlymodernsteve

    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    Got it on Vita. It's bloody hard; like seriously tough. Got to the first boss a couple of times. Fun if you like properly old school pattern remembering gameplay. I admit that sounds like damning with faint praise but it is a tough game to fully recommend unless you want a hairpulling experience.

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