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  1. It’s also a great game. I prefer it to the first. Got a localisation on other platforms, of course.
  2. I’ve heard there’s some issues with playing Borderlands 2 on the Quest. Sounds like turning off the target reticule solves one of the issues. Not sure what the rest are.
  3. Obviously going to require the link (and a capable PC), but this latest Humble VR bundle doesn't appear to be terrible value - https://www.humblebundle.com/games/spring-into-vr-bundle
  4. This month's offering. Happy with Shenmue!
  5. Curry’s were giving away codes for 4 months of Arcade not long ago (with a purchase). Some are on eBay and I imagine a fairly low best offer might get you one. Just an option if you want a cheap way of signing up.
  6. If there's anyone in Sheffield who's been trying to get a disc version for a while, let me know and you can have the one I just impulse purchased (at cost, obvs).
  7. I also have the GT Omega stand. I replaced the bolts on it, as the version I had used some fairly useless wingnuts. I use the V1 shifter stand thing for the TH8A too. It's perfectly fine. I think it's rebranded as an X-Rocker stand at Argos and has been around £50 before. Means you might be able to pick it up reasonably cheaply.
  8. I couldn't seem to get it working right with my setup. It's probably worth a quick google just to check on the specifics - there should be plenty of hits. I've got a mate who uses a pretty cheap non-brand USB adapter and it works for him.
  9. Creating a 5ghz hotspot with a PC Wifi card/adapter (AC minimum) should do the trick I think. The fact that the PC is wired to the router should really help you out.
  10. Yeah, that’s what I mean really. Cyberpunk for me was a much bigger deal - better price and a game I was very much keen to play.
  11. It's £65, to save the effort of checking for anyone else. That right there is a serious price for a digital game.
  12. I have both. I use GP a lot and barely touch PSNow. They tend not to add a great deal to PSNow that I’m interested in, or it’s stuff already on GP or turns up soon. I don’t have a PS5 so I’m always going to prefer GP as my PC and Series X are more capable. I paid £20 for the year of PSNow, and I don’t think I’ve had much value from it.
  13. One of my favourites as well. I watched Abre Los Ojos last year, but I suspect it's one of those where you probably prefer the one you saw first. My preference remains Vanilla Sky. I don't think I've seen any extensive deleted footage before - I'll head to YouTube to check it out!
  14. It looks a nice way to store games, but it feels like it falls down at the point where you need to pick a game. Unless you put spine labels on everything, you’re going to have to pull out each game to find the one you want, no? If they’re just on a shelf or something you can flip through them. Look great if you rarely want to pick a game, though!
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