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  1. S1 was terrible crap, but the setting is so alluring I'll have to check out S2.
  2. Laser League Lethal League Children of Morta (2ply) Renegade Ops Akane (High Score)
  3. Writing - It was a rarity that a game had a well written script, it's still not quite there yet, but it's waaaay better. It's also not compromised by genre or by "it's well written but it doesn't play great" or "it plays well but the story sucks", we get solid games with good stories these days across genres, and games that aren't' exclusively RPGs.
  4. Dan has a healthy portfolio also right?
  5. I picked this up, then I remembered I'm too lazy to play regular video games.
  6. Diablo 3 x 4 - PC, XB1, twice on switch. Halo CE - Xbox, 360, XB1
  7. It's actually really fun and looks lovely, but it's really boilerplate. I respect it's lean simplistic approach to the career mode. I flipped back into Forza 4 this morning and density of the options and menu's made me nauseous. Well worth a tenner.
  8. It's truly amazing, get on it. Same, I reference it indirectly daily, and not the Baldwin speech unironically appropriated by real life twats.
  9. Aye, but ork wants them by imdb date, you can keep truman and bump ripley? 99 was an incredible year.
  10. It'll be like Street Fighter 2 anniverary, you can pick Chef from Halo CE versus the covenant/promethians from 5.
  11. Soooooo difficult 1995 1. Heat 2. Get Shorty 3. The Usual Suspects 1996 1. Swingers 2. The Rock 3. Hard Eight 1997 1. Jackie Brown 2. Starship Troopers 3. Good Will Hunting 1998 1. The Big Lebowski 2. Rushmore 3. Ronin 1999 1. The Matrix 2. The Iron Giant 3. The Straight Story
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