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  1. 4 hours ago, Shoes said:

    It's clearly not an 'every day' effort, brother. But it isn't a goal of the season in my eyes, although obviously it'll win.


    It's a contender.  



    Look at the flight of it, it's just a lovely thing, with enough spin to make it drop before crossing the line. Should count as two.



    Just heard the MOTD commentary :o:D


  2. 5 hours ago, clippa said:

    Your intellectual superiors have spoken


    pc > switch > xbox > ps4


    I'd maybe swap the last two but we can all agree on the first 2, at least.


    The fight between 3 & 4 is like watching two tramps fight over the last tin of export. 

  3. 21 hours ago, 5R7 said:

    made hard work of that


    Maybe, but Brighton were excellent and will come away feeling aggrieved they didn't take a point. That United managed to break down such a well-drilled defence and keep a clean sheet is something to celebrate. Mourinho was right when he said they were the best team to come to OT this season.

  4. 1 hour ago, Vimster said:

    Damn that Superflight is addictive. Managed to tear myself away as it's getting on. And damn it, my gf is over tomorrow so no Superflight. Might just gift her a copy then she can play it and let me get on with playing it.


    I've found it great to play with the other half, taking turns. 

    Also, mute the wind and score sound fx and put on some albums. Bliss.

  5. 1 hour ago, Max Damage said:

    Can't stop playing Superflight. A perfect game for quick gameplay sessions.


    I've found a map that can reap some serious fat scores, here is the map and my highest score so far. Try the seed out in the screenshot.20171121145451_1.thumb.jpg.db99be363323b054c5f22ff79f3bcd67.jpg


    The map is full of long flat horizontal geometry that keeps your score hiking up nicely.


    I've been jumping between levels, all willy nilly. That's a hell of a combo record you've got there.



  6. On 15/11/2017 at 15:33, MarkN said:

    Superflight popped up in my Recommended games list earlier - a really basic wingsuit game that I'd not heard of before, but sounded right up my street. Overwhelmingly positive feedback and a £2 price point made it an instant buy, and it's destroyed my productivity today. It's lovely - just swooping about looking for narrow gaps to zoom through, then smacking yourself against the rocks, and instantly hitting restart for another go. There's no fat on it at all - it's just you, some gravity and some rocks, but I can see myself dipping into this whenever I've got 20 minutes to kill.








    Digital crack alert!

    I lost hours to this yesterday. It's perfect and simple and just one more try, promise!

  7. 1 hour ago, noob said:

    Definitely feels like something I can sit and relax with, and so far I am finding the controls spot on. 


    Relax might not be the right word, but it is one of those games that once it clicks, you're in the zone and untouchable. The controls are totally spot on.

  8. For all its difficulty, I didn't have a problem with the level design. I quite liked the sprawl and having to use the map screen on occasion. Made it feel bigger.



    Yahtzee's review is pretty harsh, I thought. Didn't help that he said you couldn't kill Hitler. You can. There's an achievement for doing just that.

  9. 40 minutes ago, deerokus said:

    I haven't found it as hard as many seem to have. I think something is bugged about the difficulty or enemy damage or something. 


    14 minutes ago, VN1X said:

    Probably helps that I'm playing on PC mind you. 


    That video on the last page talks about the gulf in difficulty between controller and mouse on the PC. I was using a controller.

  10. Finished this last night. Jees, did they get the difficulty level wrong or what?



    Started on Bring 'em on, lasted an hour and died a hundred deaths before selecting Don't hurt me. For the final boss fight against the big buggers on the aircraft I ended up selecting Can I play, Daddy just to get it finished. When I read how people are running and gunning through this I don't know how they do it, because the only way of staying alive was to keep down and distant from everything that breathes. 

    That aside, the story was a hoot, wasn't it?

  11. Just now, grindmouse said:

    @futureshock Louis CK has obviously abused his power in the industry to enact a weird fetish on his co-workers. That's a fact now, and we all agree on it.

    There are other valid points of discussion to be had about this case and the others being exposed, but as you're discovering - there's no point trying to engage with this forum about it.


    I agree, so I'm off to play that new Wolfenstein.

  12. 1 minute ago, NickC said:


    Christ you are spouting some desperate stuff. The patriarchy and male privilege exists. Your life will be better in the future if you accept this fact. 


    I'm not the one spouting drivel about ALL MEN, then refusing to acknowledge that an individual's experience matters. I'd love to know what heinous thing you've done in a past life that makes you this vocal. Yikes.

  13. 1 minute ago, NickC said:


    No, all men have gained. Some have done things knowingly, others have benefited without realising it. Some things have been minor advantages in everyday life, some have been much worse abuses of power. 


    You've gained, I've gained, Loius CK has gained, the Dali Lama has gained. We've all benefited from being men, in some way or another. 


    You're talking shit. What if there's a boy born, and raped every day of his life until he killed himself at 15? Is he a gainer? ALL MEN! 

  14. 4 minutes ago, NickC said:


    Do you really think that's why men speak about feminism and gender imbalances? Because they have something to hide? 


    No, it's not to hide anything, it's to ease the guilt, I usually find. The Louie story is proving that point remarkably well, too.


    4 minutes ago, NickC said:

    All men


    Stop generalising the experiences of everybody.

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