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  1. Mr. Gerbik

    The Watchtower - A thread for all comics

    I've read his Max stuff
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    The Watchtower - A thread for all comics

    Aaand that's The Boys all done! Fantastic stuff, really enjoyed that. I think I enjoyed it even more than Preacher, but it's a shame that The Boys lets itself down with a bunch of really horrendous guest artists throughout the series. What could've been if that Darick guy could've pencilled the whole series! Just for the consistency, even. But even so, I liked the story and the characters so much, that even the bad artwork couldn't spoil it. Really looking forward to seeing what the tv version makes of this because bloody hell So, after loving Punisher Max, Preacher, and now The Boys - are there any other Garth Ennis epic must-reads that you guys would recommend?
  3. Mr. Gerbik

    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy | 2019

    Oh yeah, +1 for me on this also! I only played the first game that one time aaages ago. It'll be like playing a brand new game for me!
  4. You can, but whether it will look great on a 4k OLED is another thing entirely. Depends on how well it upscales and how much they need to cut down to get it running on a Switch. If, for example, they need to go way way down to 720p to get an acceptable performance, it ain't gonna look great on that particular telly. We shall see. The cartoony art style will probably help a lot!
  5. I kinda regret getting the PS4 version now Apart from the horrendous music, the game so far (started a few days ago straight after saving Manhattan) is really lovely, charming, and fun!
  6. Mr. Gerbik

    The Watchtower - A thread for all comics

    Up to issue 52 of The Boys and it's still so good, shocking and funny at the same time, wonderful characters, and just a goddamn great fucking story! What I didn't realise is that the three omnibus collections (omnibi?) don't include the spin-off miniseries. The friendly folks here tipped me off to their existence but I failed to realise (and tbh I didn't Google it either) that these series fit neatly in the middle of continuity, between specific issues even. And they contain some pretty goddamn essential information! After issue 30 I was a bit confused by the occasional mention of Herogasm, it kept popping up and at first I assumed it was something that had been touched upon and I had simply forgotten. But around issue 40 it became too much, I googled it and yep - Herogasm was the miniseries that took place between issues 29 and 30! But like I said, it also turned out none of the miniseries are in the omnibi(?)... Luckily two of the three paperbacks that collect the three miniseries are coincidentally on sale right now on Comixology, so I simply bought all three immediately. It's such a fantastic comic, it's worth it Long story short: herogasm was fantastic! Made me proper lol a few times, comics usually never do that to me. Thumbs up!
  7. Mr. Gerbik

    Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy | 2019

    I'm totally buying this for Switch! Only finished the first one (and loved it) and got halfway through the second one before getting distracted by something. More to do with handheld gaming not really doing it for me, than the game itself. Looking forward to finally playing the entire trilogy!
  8. I refuse! Blackout is in effect Iirc there are no character classes in Sekiro, or else I'd wonder whether Corrupted Monk is a class or the name some YouTuber.
  9. Mr. Gerbik

    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    @Lothar Hex EDF 4.1, it's literally more than twice the game it was last gen. Both in terms of new content and how much it's been polished up. Also a big recommend for whoever was asking about local co-op games earlier. Edit: @Uncle Mike that was. And Lothar... Yakuza Zero. Seriously.
  10. Mr. Gerbik

    Spider-Man PS4 - Insomniac swings into action!

    Just unlocked the platinum trophy on this. Usually I don't bother with achievements, but that's saying everything about how much I enjoyed this. After a somewhat lacklustre start, the game gets better and better as you master the swinging and combat. The open world is gorgeous, and the core gameplay is just so goddamn fun that in the end it didn't matter that the side missions and collectibles were straight out of Ubisoft game design 101. Any excuse to swing about and beat up groups of goons! Fantastic stuff, or rather - amazing. A spectacular game Biggest downside: the stealth bits with the others. Bloody hell. The lab stuff was also shit, but way less annoying.
  11. Mr. Gerbik

    Paying to Play 'Early'

    Well with DLC -unless it's an useless or game-breaking extra- I only mind when it feels like they've cut relevant content from the main game. Like in Arkham City and Mass Effect 2/3. With loot crates I mostly mind when it concerns content that is more than cosmetic, paying for an advantage. But this? The play a few days early stuff? Whatever! Whatever a fool is willing to pay for it. It doesn't impact content, it doesn't force you to pay to avoid a disadvantage, it bothers nobody. I'd rather they do this than shitty DLC and loot box stuff
  12. Mr. Gerbik

    Rllmuk's Official Sales Figures

    The 'R' in 'SeanR' stands for 'Revenue'
  13. Mr. Gerbik

    Rllmuk's Official Sales Figures

    I would like it if this incentives making proper, AAA Marvel superhero games again. All that mobile shite isn't for me and that Squeenix Avengers game is allegedly a GaaS/Destiny type affair, but I would love a new take on Hulk Ultimate Destruction or a new Ultimate Alliance game that doesn't look like it was developed with PS2 as the leading platform. Or something completely new even.
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    Rllmuk's Official Sales Figures

    Revenue is revenue like a banana is a banana.
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