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Hubertus Bigend

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    Detective Pikachu movie

    Saw it last night. Detective Pikachu is a film made with love. It could have been a shameless cash grab, but it’s a phenomenal nostalgia trip, very funny and well written. Lots more to say but no spoilers here. Kermode kinda liked it too!
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    Oculus Quest - 21st May - £399 (64GB), £499 (128GB)

    Does this do Minecraft? Never owned an Oculus.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Dude seriously? Shave.
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    Pathtracing in Minecraft

    Looks like it’s time to build a PC again. Awesome.
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    Dr. Mario World (Mobile)

    U wot m8??? Day one purch here. I hope they change as little as possible about the SNES version (it's also one of the handful of essential but absent games I added to my SNES Mini). Also, I hope they don't saddle it with in app purchases. Just charge me up front and be done with it.
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    New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe (2019)

    Loved it, and rinsed it (inc Luigi) on the Wii U with a friend (as I think it’s really meant to be played) but I’m balking at buying it AGAIN. I need some reasons to hang on to my Wii U.
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    Bird Box (Netflix Film) - Sandra Bullock

    I’m susprised at all the negativity in this thread - I really liked it. John Malkovich is hilarious and superb throughout. The unfolding terror and dread early on was so well done. I’ve no intention of reading the book so I have nothing to compare it to.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Did not know this - thanks. I was about to smash up my Switch.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Just got Lucario to 160% and didn’t win and gain the fighter. That’s two failed this morning. Fucking bullshit.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    It's taken a few sittings but I love this now. I'm annoyed to keep failing the encounters with new fighters though... I barely laid a scratch on Ryu and Sonic.
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    Xbox One Console Thread

    As someone who's bought a fair few second hand consoles over the years... nobody else bothers (not even a cursory Dettol wiping), why should you?
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    I’m so shit at this. Always have been, always will be. Still good fun, though.
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    Detroit: Become Human

    Just started this (picked it up for £30 with Heavy Rain in the PSN sale - rude not to, really) and I'm utterly engrossed and very, very impressed so far. That tense hostage situation opener and taking out an abusive father's bins are up there with my gaming highlights of the year already. A Shenmue style walking/job simulator with QTE events is a nice antidote to nerve-frazzling games like PUBG. The PS4's single player offerings are really stellar, you can see why Microsoft went on that developer binge recently - they're sorely lacking in this department.
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    Llamasoft / Jeff Minter documentary on the way

    Definitely interested in seeing this.
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    Maniac

    I enjoyed it a lot, but even though it was absolutely brimming with great ideas, it was maybe less than the sum of its parts (but only marginally). Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind meets every other reference mentioned in this thread - and probably more - the TV show. I found it difficult to keep track in places, it was pretty off the wall. Agreed that Jonah Hill appeared to be struggling to assert his presence having significantly diminished in size. The alien invasion hallucination plot was the best bit. Ad Buddies and Doxxing services were also p cool.
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