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  1. SM47

    Battlefield V

    Had a good couple of games today, everybody seemed to be reviving lots and really pulling together as a team. Bunch of my pals ended up getting this cheap so hopefully it'll build up a bit more momentum after the sluggish launch. The sound is absolutely magnificent. The snowy plane/infantry mountain map reminds me a lot of Achi Baba. I also got a random shotgun drop in the armoury, was really missing some close quarters carnage after BF1.
  2. SM47

    Hitman 2 (2018)

    Can you then delete the first game after the legacy pack is properly installed?
  3. SM47

    Hitman 2 (2018)

    Is this true can anyone confirm? I got Hitman 2 for Chrimbo and am reinstalling the first one now. I didnt clock it on release so looking forward to digging into the 12 (?) enormous levels. Truly a sumptuous Christmas feast.
  4. SM47

    Battlefield V

    I meant five rather than six. Just preferred having the extra man to spawn on.
  5. Personally I've always wanted an ultra realistic roguelike crime sim where taking a bullet risks permadeath and committing a crime runs the risk of getting yourself tangled up in the criminal justice system. I don't think it would ever work as a GTA style open world adventure, I've always envisioned it to be a Dwarf Fortress-y type of thing with you running a gang in a procedurally generated city. Which is obviously a pretty niche genre compared to a big Rockstar blockbuster.
  6. SM47

    Battlefield V

    I'm not too keen on the decrease to four players in a squad rather than six. I suppose it's a trifle though. Bugs aside I'm having a lot of fun.
  7. SM47

    Starsector

    I can imagine that being frustrating. I feel a similar way about Project Zomboid. But there's plenty of systems in there to have a lot of fun with if you like cool space games. As a newcomer I'm really enjoying it. I love the aesthetic of the ships and the customisation options. Burning across solar systems just feels very satisfying.
  8. SM47

    Starsector

    I picked this up recently having never heard of it before. Wow! I'm puzzled it's not bigger than it is although I suppose it not being on steam is a pretty big factor. Basically you fly around a procedurally generated galaxy building a fleet of ships and doing the whole privateer thing. The top down combat is pretty cool and there's factions and trading and establishing colonies and outfitting your ships and all that sort of thing. I'm absolutely loving it so far. It is very Mount & Bladey as wished for above. Also very similar to Battle Brothers.
  9. Then you go mental and start painting a wall really aggressively
  10. SM47

    Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    Apparently the AI gets a bit confused and completely shits the bed midway through the game, doesn't build any building upgrades and fields tiny fleets. Apparently a beta patch came out though so maybe they fixed it.
  11. SM47

    Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    So the new 2.2 update Le Guin has completely overhauled the planet system as well as introduced a fairly complex economic simulation and galactic stockmarket. I haven't had the chance to play it due to gastroenteritis, but it looks pretty decent. It comes with the Megacorp DLC which features new civics and some cool new features. Apparently it's broken a lot of stuff though, so maybe worth waiting a week or two before getting stuck in. Anybody playing?
  12. Has anybody mentioned the crazy Colin Stetson sax arpeggio on the soundtrack to one mission? I'd heard he was on the OST but it still caught me off guard.
  13. I almost done a little cry when he sang.
  14. SM47

    Battlefield V

    I think dragging downed comrades will really change it up a bit (if and) when it gets implemented.
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