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  1. Just finished it too. Absolutely superb. The way they realized the Half Life universe is VR is incredible. I've been working in VR for about 6 years now (my most recent game was Blood & Truth) and it's great to see this sort of progress within the medium. I just loved being there, slowly moving through taking in all the details. The combat has a nice amount of restraint to it. It has that typical perfect Half Life pacing as well, they know when to ramp things up and then ease off. I think one of my favourite aspects was scavenging from the downed soldiers and taking the ammo off the belts and stuff. Felt badass (in a dark sort of way). Easily one of the best games experiences ever for me.
  2. What's the deal with the ticketing situation at Arsenal? I was thinking of going to tonight's match as I don't live too far away, but the official website said it was sold-out. However, when I was watching it I noticed loads of empty seats. Why?
  3. Pikuniku is on sale for £5.84. I got it yesterday and it's awesome. Finished the story in one epic sitting. It's a really happy and silly game. Like a Mr Men game or something. Get it.
  4. Holy shit. What is going on? Amazing from Spurs.
  5. Wow. Simply amazing. Liverpool have been spectacular this season, but that was astonishing. The Champions league has really delivered this year. First that epic Man City-Spurs and now this. Great stuff.
  6. Holy crap. That was mental.
  7. Why did the referee just give an indirect free-kick in the penalty area to the attacking team? I didn't see any pass-back.
  8. Holy crap. Switzerland have been deadly in front of goal. Amazing game.
  9. Ah, the good ol' Mexican Wave of Doom.
  10. I'm not a Liverpool fan, but I'll be cheering them on. They've been the most exciting team for me this season. I think they deserve something. As for the 1999 and 2005 finals, they were both bloody incredible. If Gillingham ever did anything like that I'd be banging on about it for years.
  11. Just ended a session by trying the Far Cry Arcade multiplayer. The first map was a 12-man deathmatch (everyone armed with only a pipe or a smoke grenade) in a small room with a giant monkey. The next was a "farm" map with everyone just spamming grenades and rocket launchers. It's totally crap, but funny. They've created the Trackmania of first-person-shooters.
  12. The thing is Ubisoft sort of did the PUBG thing before PUBG came out with that excellent Division Survival expansion. Granted, it was only 24 players, and was a bit more complicated (enemy npc's, a virus thing, hypothermia, etc) but it was awesome. As for Far Cry 5, I got the mondo edition (a very nice steelbook and vinyl soundtrack). Game seems good so far, although I think I saw a turkey have a fight with a shotgun guy and win, which looked odd.
  13. Has anybody tried out the drumming game that just came out in Japan. It's called Gal Metal. It looks cool. Whenever I hold the Joycons separately I always start air-drumming. This might be the drum game I need.
  14. Finished the story today, I'll probably end up going for the platinum now as it's so close. I'd rate it as a good Assassin's Creed game that sits just above Syndicate for me, but well below Brotherhood and Black Flag. The world is amazing but the story is uneven, the combat is limited and it's really janky, more so than Unity for me (that just had a rough frame-rate). The loot and crafting system is kinda pointless, it never felt like there was any real progression as all the pick-ups were tied to your level. The skills added a bit of variation along the way, but nothing that hasn't been done before. The funny hippos are what saved this game for me.
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