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  1. Totally agree with this. That sub plot is glaringly, stupidly, awful and totally unnecessary...
  2. Yeah, this is at least as good as the fantastic first season. I've not noticed the music being intrusive but, certainly on the first three episodes, it seems to be a deliberately more menacing, unnerving, background presence than I recall from the first season. The likenesses of the various killers remains quite uncanny.
  3. I am very much looking forward to this whenever it it makes it to the UK. The first series was of a very rare quality...
  4. My word, that is an awful trailer - the flashing up of the rorschach test logo thing is irritating to the point of distraction. Very much looking forward to this though as it feels like forever since the first season and that remains the best original Netflix drama I've seen. In fact, I think I'll rewatch it just to get me back up to speed. The Atlanta Child Murders...
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    Nintendo Switch

    Currently playing Doom in the garden. Which is not something I expected to be doing this morning. Doom remains brilliant. Quake 1, 2 and 3 next Friday please..
  6. That's great, thanks for sharing. I can see the way the level flows when the it is played properly. I'll give it another go tomorrow as I was being way too cautious in my approach.
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    Best New Music 2019

    I read an interview last year, or early this year, in which he stated that he would rather his vocals sound odd but interesting than normal and boring. Or words to that effect.
  8. I have tried this course! It was a little tricky for me but, in my defence, we had been out for some mild boozing earlier. I shall try it afresh tomorrow. It's pretty marvellous being able to play other folk's creations though isn't it?
  9. I've never played mutli player. I just time trial the same course over and over and over. It is amazing.
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    Nintendo Switch

    I never said he was being stupid, I said he was trying to make a point in a stupid way. Nintendo hard- and software doesn't get priced down too often because they don't need to price down - they are doing just fine on their current model without needed to get involved in Sony and Microsoft's never ending loss leading tech and sales wars. On the flip side, seeing things marked down a few weeks or a month after release is hardly an inspiring sign of quality, even if it has now become an expectation. How often do we read 'I'll just wait a few weeks till it's less than £30'?
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    Nintendo Switch

    Nobody thought you were. It's just that it was a really stupid way of saying that Switch games hold value whereas the games on other platforms don't. As others have said, you can sell your two year old Switch games for a pretty small loss relative to the pennies you'd make selling most equivalently aged PS4 or Xbox software. Not that you'd want to sell them of course...
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    Nintendo Switch

    There are no comparable games on other formats though! Which might be another reason they hold their price.
  13. Mike S

    Nintendo Switch

    Buying lots of things at once and then finding out that it costs a lot should not be a surprise. But Nintendo's own games hold prices as they remain as good now as they were at launch and none have been superseded by sequels.
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