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  1. Kingdom Come: Deliverance - Pure medievalism!

    I watched an hour of a stream and found it captivating, with far better acting and animation than I was expecting. The realistic setting and survival elements seem interesting.
  2. Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    Was reading the dev diaries last night. The changes to expansion; border mechanics; exploration and combat seem excellent to me. Will wait for the update then dive back in.
  3. Stellaris - "Make Space Great Again"

    I'm shit at this game I enjoy building up my empires but I have no idea what I'm doing with the combat and up getting destroyed; turn it off in frustration and then don't bother going back to that game again. Then re-start another game a few weeks later
  4. Sci Fi recommendations

    Just finished Children of Time. It was rather brilliant. I must admit I don't really read much (I sometimes dip into popular science books or autobiographies) but I got this for Christmas and I was enthralled from start to finish. Gonna read through this thread and make a note of other recommendations now.
  5. The Ultimate Burger

    I've been experimenting making burgers for a few months now. I've started to move away from adding loads of ingredients to the patties (egg, breadcrumbs, shit loads of herbs etc) and have started to keep it simple with good quality steak mince; but of seasoning and some onion powder. How do you make yours?
  6. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    Nah, they weren't going to do a patch at all but eventually said they'd get a quick one out the door even though they weren't going to allocate much of a team to it. Some devs can't fucking win.
  7. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    If that takes it up to 30fps in those problem areas whilst running in 4K that's gonna be brilliant for Pro users.
  8. Rocket League

    Oh that sounds amazing. I wouldn't let them go online. Can they play against each other split screen? Although 3v3 with bots sounds fun too.
  9. Rocket League

    Would this game be suitable for 6 year old girls? A friend's twin girls love playing racing games on their tablets; and I said I'd see what games they could play at mine. They also like football. So I'm thinking this could be a good combo. They're not familiar with playing games on a gamepad, so that might be tricky. Can you play local two player/splitscreen?
  10. That's the problem, you could be running at less than half the proper frame rate with screen tearing. I was. Once I fiddled and then changed to full screen, and capped framerate using an external tool the framerate was good and the tearing was gone. Was a pain to figure it out though.
  11. You're not running in borderless windowed by any chance? This killed the framerate for me; for some reason. Yes I have a 1070; but I was getting 20-25fps in that mode, whereas I'm 60fps+ in full screen mode (and using RTSS to cap the framerate). It's always been a pain to get this running smoothly for me, across a couple of GPUs I've had.
  12. Until they patch the game and bury it underground or in a hillside
  13. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

    Oh man, you've never played the expansions? You're in for a real treat
  14. Horizon Zero Dawn

    Furthermore; the music is incredible!!
  15. Horizon Zero Dawn

    This is a bit good innit? Having come from finishing Witcher 3: Blood and Wine; and the end of my 191 hour Geralt adventure I was expecting a slight drop off in enjoyment for my next game. No such drop off; and the combat is an improvement so the moment-to-moment gameplay is more fun. Really enjoying it.
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