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About Smoothy

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    Females, football and computers. In that order.

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  1. Smoothy

    Football Thread 2018/19

    Cos we scored more away from home on a less familiar ground. (although... thinking about it we've played more games in the Etihad than New White Hart Lane )
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    They did, games released since April 2018 have to take into account an ID change because the development tools used to code PS4 games were updated to do this before then. That one game was a weird anomaly, and therefore Sony aren't guaranteeing that the development tool update will ensure that the game will take into account an ID change.
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    The Spurs Thread

    What the hell did I just watch?! Still...
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    Burnout Paradise

    Do you have the original game (not any remastered version)? The (online) party is over Aug 1st, folks (source).
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    I can't see Spurs holding on for another 70 mins... so it's gonna need Son scoring again.
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    I'm watching on BT Sport... online so we're actually behind live signifcantly, to the point that my US mate is announcing the goals 30-1 min before I get to see it
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    The Spurs Thread

    2-2... in 10 mins. WTF?!
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    Not there for me also. On the list they published, only Grand Theft Auto V poses any problems (PS3 game), and it's listed as "minor".
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    Rllmuk Fantasy Premier League 2018/19

    So Kane is out for rest of season. Thinking of replacing him with Aguero, but they have Crystal Palace at the weekend just before next week's Spurs Champions League game. Guardiola's gonna rest Aguero for the Palace game, right?
  10. Pffft the best thing your team did was not include traffic checking! Ruined Burnout Revenge for me as it took nearly all the skill out of it.
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    Pre-owned games sales in freefall (UK)

    This. Have always said that it was a great idea (Xbox One's discs just simply being a delivery mechanism for the game i.e. used once) - with Steam we already have this (personal note - I bought Half Life 2 back in the day, literally used the DVD once - to install it, it's been updated via Steam since then). Problem is the console market still wanted traditional discs that you use to play the game. I think the real issue there was how to ensure people don't just buy one copy and share the code with all their mates, but without introducing some sort of onerous physical-tied-to-one-person method. It's still a great idea, and I expect the next generation of consoles to unveil this alternate way of delivering games (for those with no or slow internet connections, or for those who just want to install the game straight away), with internet delivery being the default way of getting games.
  12. I was one who noticed all the differences way back. The JPN version is the best one, purely for the blocky 16-BIT lettering. I've always thought that the Europe version looked bland, but the US version doesn't get a pass - that SEGA GENESIS logo has always looked out of place and stuck on. Anyway, as a Nintendo man, I never had this, although I used to play my mate's one, and also with my then girlfriend's one who had Sonic 2.
  13. Yeah I actually loved Dominator, got it on PSP. I don't rate Burnout Revenge (4), I thought the traffic checking aspects ruined it. Burnout 3 is still king, Burnout 2 - fond (Crash) memories... Amazon has this up at £29.99. I read a review today, from PUSH SQUARE. Sounds a bit mixed.
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    Mr Do! - An appreciation

    Wow. I have only played the Micro Power version (from the collection they had on 5 1/4" disk). Googling seems to suggest that this one was from Superior Software.
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    The Spurs Thread

    Spurs Legends v Inter Forever, live on Facebook, now!

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