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    Crypt of the NecroDancer

    This is out on Switch now and is perfect for it - I think it may have just ended but it WAS on sale (sorry) and I got it for £3 or so. I saw my friend playing it a couple of weeks ago and picked it up on Monday, it's brilliant! I'm fairly rubbish at games in general but it's really satisfying learning the attack patterns. It reminds me of Dark Souls in that every time you die it's unquestionably YOUR fault, but in a fun way - going back and beating the next Red Dragon or swarm of enemies with a series of perfectly timed dodges after getting pasted five runs in a row is beautiful. I woke up this morning ten minutes before the alarm and managed to beat zone two which had been stumping me for a couple of days, real game progress and a massive grin on my face in the time it would have taken to get Red Dead Redemption to the loading screen. Also the merchant is the best gaming character ever created.
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    The Worst Characters Committed to Screen

    https://youtu.be/PW_PqcwHGqE It's not very effective...
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    Genuine question because I really don't follow the ins and outs but...why do we want City to win the league instead of Liverpool?
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    I always love the Wales game but this year it's got that extra buzz to it. Lots of good handlers and a cracking backline against 4 England backs who are all excellent footballers and will be able to exploit any space behind and a whole team looking hungrier than they have in ages. I think if England score a quick early try then it'll be much the same as the last two games but if Wales can stifle us for the first 10 or so I think they'll win it. No disrespect to Scotland or Italy but a potential GS decider in the Millennium Stadium on week three should be some match. Hope the roof is closed.
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    Ashton is probably breathing a bit of a sigh of relief there. Don't think he would have had control over that but being tackled off the ball made it irrelevant.
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    Say this about France, they're sticking to their defensive game plan
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    Pokemon Go

    They've also bloody well switched Growlithe for Poocheeyna during the event. Grr
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    Pokemon Go

    I have literally zero idea why they'd do that. Best change in ages.
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    Fuck me, as a Chiefs fan I'm definitely sure I made the right decision watching that in the house instead of in a central Belfast pub. Definitely would have got punched when Slade got his second. As it is I'll probably just lose the security deposit on the house.
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    That was a fucking car crash. I love the six nations!
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    It's looking clumsy by both sides imo, but clumsier by Wales. Difficult to tell how much the conditions are having on the game but I'm guessing...a lot?
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    Rugby thread (6 Nations, Heineken Cup etc)

    Odd decision making from Parra. Ugly shank for an easy conversion and then opts for the posts from a much more difficult position. No idea why you'd not go for the territory there.
  13. I think I'm enjoying the Tary/Jon Heder episodes more than anything from the CC arc. Incredible stuff.
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    Pokemon Go

    I've about a dozen of each going spare. They're not going anywhere so on the 1% chance we're ever within trading distance I'll hold onto em!
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    Pokemon Go

    Wow, she's a beaut! Looks like Ray is next in the raid pool

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