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Deeptone

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  1. Deeptone

    The Division 2

    Sorry to whoever jumped in my game last night. My headphones weren't charged and I'm clearly too old to know what an emote is, let alone use one.
  2. Deeptone

    The Division 2

    After playing this for about 60 hours, it seems I've just finished the tutorial.
  3. Deeptone

    Crackdown 3

    Yep, from what little I've played (just done the tutorial and a little bit of the city) it's more Crackdown. What more could you want, really. Can't wait to dive back in tomorrow and grab some orbs and kills for skills.
  4. Deeptone

    Anthem

    Sent you my last one. The others say it's not working at the moment but may have to wait until the demo goes live.
  5. Deeptone

    Anthem

    If you need PS codes, I will be sorting mine out later. Will pm you one if you like.
  6. Hell, give me your address and I'll post my disc to you. Can't have people not watching Die Hard at Christmas. We're supposed to be a civilized society.
  7. Thank you, Alex. I've always felt that the Burnout games were meant just for me, much like a band you first see playing in a pub one Wednesday night and then watch them become popular and fill Wembley stadium. I remember discovering Burnout and telling everyone how amazing it was. They wrongly thought Gran Turismo was better, fools. I think we all know the inverse relationship between how many times you have to use the brake button and how much fun you are having. I really couldn't pick a favourite between Burnout 2 and 3, as they always felt like completely separate games. 2 was the best for pure racing, but 3 felt more like a beat 'em up in cars. Not a criticism, by the way, I absolutely love that game. I remember playing it at some expo thing before it had come out and was blown away by it. The wait for it to launch was excruciating. I've always dreamed of a game that mixes the strengths of both of those, that would be perfection. Watching that video, I think we may just be getting it! As I've got older, had kids and got a job worth a damn, I've less time to play and read about games, so I confess Danger Zone 1 & 2 had passed me by. I have rectified that tonight and they are both downloading to my PS4 at the moment. Can't wait to play them and introduce my two boys to the chaos. I typically don't buy games day one anymore, but I will absolutely be making an exception with Dangerous Driving. The money and time has already been mentally allocated. Best of luck with it. Again, thanks for making your past games and having the balls to not listen to the suits. As long as I have any life in me, there will be an audience for these games. Now when your finished with this, can we have a Black sequel, please?
  8. If you're a fan of Prankster (and who isn't) may I point you in the direction of this thread. Prankster cunningly disguised himself as POTS, but gave away his identity by page 3, where it goes marvellously crazy. An all time favourite thread. You can thank me later.
  9. Clipped through some flags there. Pre order cancelled.
  10. Have you got a mission called 'signal light' on Mercury. This is the first part of the quest to get the perfect paradox shotgun. It's one of the forge weapons. The game doesn't do a great job of explaining this, but if you have this quest line open you won't be offered any other forge tablet things. Worth having a look.
  11. Think that's the problem, been washing my mouth out all afternoon.
  12. Give Eris all your money and cross your fingers.
  13. Would like to do all the raids and the whisper mission. Happy to help out on an escalation protocol if you need some more people. Otherwise I'm just grinding strikes to hit rank 50. PS4 and can probably do most nights after the kids have gone to bed, etc. Usually from 9, wife permitting.
  14. Number of days off work booked: One Number of tickets booked: One Number of fucks given over my wife and work mates thinking it's a bit sad for 42 year old man to go and see a movie about superheroes: Zero Cannie wait.
  15. I'm not sure you understand how the internet works. Damn it JohnC, now I look like I don't know how the internet works.
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