Jump to content
rllmuk

OneDvBmbr

Members
  • Content Count

    3,142
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

2,941 profile views
  1. I found the first 10-15 hours quite hard going, but once I was able to open up 2 or 3 new areas it really clicked for me and I couldn’t put it down until I did the main ending. Haven’t dived back in for all the endgame stuff and a couple of bosses I didn’t clear but it’s easily in my top 10 of all time. I’m pretty average at games but once you learn the systems and patterns of the bosses it is just about manageable. All I’d say is don’t be scared to use a guide early on if you do get to a point where you feel you’re totally stuck. I did that and then I was fine for most of the rest of the game.
  2. Lucy Dacus’s album from last year was incredible and the opening track an absolute belter.
  3. Still don’t think there’s any legal way to stream this in the UK, is there?
  4. My starting point was roughly similar and I’m down to the 3:15s now. Still not great but I’m pleased with myself! I’m still using automatic so not necessary to switch to manual to start lopping some time off. I think the main thing for me was to learn which corners I could carry speed through. You can do the first few corners without lifting off if you get your lines right. And then on that long right handed you only have to lift off the accelerator a little bit to drift round it. The final corner I still need to work on, and I suspect that’s where I’m losing my time. But you can also pick up little bits of time by slipstreaming when you overtake. It it just come down to practice really and soon enough you’ll find you’re bringing your times down.
  5. What a game. Another second off almost. Down to 3:15:93.
  6. Absolutely loving this. Used some gold points so got it for like £4. Best time on Big Forest down to 3:16:87 now, so in the top 1,000.
  7. I’m talking about That’s final for the main story, right?
  8. Been absolutely all over this the last month or so. Finally decided to take on the final boss with 70% completion and 45 hours on the clock. Felt a bit anti climactic as I beat it first time without ever being in much danger. Considering that some bosses took me over 10 attempts, it was a bit of a surprise because I’m hardly skilled in the combat sections. Guess I was just quite powerful by the end. Will slowly mop up some of the optional bosses and other stuff over time, but good to have the main story off my plate and can move on to something else. From really struggling with it in the first 10-15 hours, it really got its teeth into me from there on in. Cracking little game and after Zelda and Odyssey probably my 3rd favourite game for the Switch.
  9. Receivers called in at Blackpool. Looks like we might finally be free of the Oystons. Could be a 12 point deduction heading our way, but it would be a small price to pay.
  10. Tried that but he seemed to hint I should go down from Greenpath, but I did that and couldn’t reach the map guy as I was blocked off by some black smoke. Then died after getting electrocuted by jelly fish. I am am enjoying the game at times, but at least a little more guidance on where I could go next would be handy.
  11. Not that far into this but a bit frustrated. Defeated Hornet, but now I’m not sure where to go. Found one or two new areas, but they seem to be blocked off by skills I haven’t picked up yet. Keep wandering around dying losing my geo in search of something to progress. Any ideas?
  12. Fortnite had it and removed it for the same reason I think.
  13. They really need some other big games late 2019 / early 2020. Personally I still have a lot of the indie stuff to catch up on, but I am also itching for a top 1st party game considering I have no interest in Smash Bros or Pokemon.
  14. This has to be up there, surely.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. Use of this website is subject to our Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, and Guidelines.