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  1. We're playing this in Movie Night mode and splitting the cost. Really looking forward to it as that mode is where games like this shine.
  2. It's not great. I watched Stranger Things S4 at the same time and not only is that better written with better characters and setpieces, but it also looks a million times better. Maybe because they shot on real locations and used a lot of practical effects but the difference is striking. And now I'm watching Reacher, which is pulpy, but pulpy in a fun way, like SW used to be. Obi Wan isn't the worst thing I've ever watched but I'm very indifferent tot it at this point.
  3. I'll probably buy it and I honestly don't give a fuck about other people's buying habits. If you're not interested in it or think it's too expensive, don't buy it. I haven't played it since 2013 when it came out and while I could play the remaster, I'll happily wait for this. Having combat, level design and AI improvements from Part 2 will be worth it for me, along with current gen bells and whistles like the DualSense ands 3D audio. I can't see myself bying many AAA games for the remainder of the year (it's probably just this, Ragnarok and The Callisto Protocol), so why not? TLoU is a great game and this will probably be the best it's ever been. Joel isn't THAT old. Isn't he in his forties or something. Have you seen what Tom Cruise does at age 60? I would love the dodge button in this. Made melee combat in Part II much more satisfying.
  4. Steam page has some small details. https://store.steampowered.com/app/606160/ROUTINE/ I know lazy folks tried to use the 'Everything was Dead Space moniker', but this looks nothing like that and not just because it's first person. This looks like a much slower burn and I'm here for it.
  5. Love this! Between this, Somerville and Playdead's untitled sci-fi game I have a lot to look forward as a sci-fi fan. Edit: Ha, I see I said something similar last time.
  6. Statement from the devs: https://lunar-software.squarespace.com/home/message-about-our-hiatus
  7. Schim is made in the Netherlands, nice! Cool looking game too. Planet of Lana looks wonderful as well and I'm also happy we're getting a climate change game in Highwater.
  8. I'm happy with that because it was basically years of drought after Alien Isolation didn't do well enough and Dead Space seemed... well... dead. Love space horror. Edit: Spot-on!
  9. I love all these sci-fi horror games we're suddenly getting. The Callisto Protocol looks ace, as does Routine and I hope Fort Solis as well.
  10. Will watch because it's at a nice time and I'm looking forward to seeing more Callisto Protocol and Cuphead.
  11. New post from Schreier: "Heard from another Sony source this morning that the game is not delayed. As usual, this is not a guarantee that the game will come out in 2022 and video game development is so turbulent that you should never trust a release date until the product in question is in your hands. But this Gamereactor report appears to be false. Also, FWIW, I haven't heard anything suggesting it'll be at the Keighley thing today."
  12. Jason Schreier posted on Era saying his sources don't know anything about a delay. We'll know soon enough I guess, maybe tomorrow at the Keighleys. Still expecting it this year.
  13. Yeah, he's a bit OTT but on the right side of it, unlike Argyle for me. The only character I found annoying in this. Also, can we have a moment of respect for the Further proof that this series juggles multiple genres without breaking a sweat. That was a great action scene.
  14. DS2 better than 3 is crazy talk to me. 3 has superior combat, much better environments and some of the best boss fights From has ever done. But back on topic. We might get to see a new Kojima horror game called Overdose. https://tryhardguides.com/hideo-kojimas-new-horror-game-is-dubbed-overdose/ The video game horror renaissance seems to continue.
  15. Really like this season so far. Watching this after a few Disney+ shows is a striking difference. The budget for this thing must be enormous given that it's shot on multiple locations and each episode is well over an hour. The ending of E4 was epic. Its blend of darker and more light-hearted scenes just works really well. There was maybe a bit too much of Eleven being bullied for my liking and some characters were a bit too OTT (Argyle for example) but I loved pretty much everything else. Dustin and Steve interacting are the best things about this show. Easily the best characters for me, though Robin is great as well.
  16. I watched Interceptor which has the same super thin plot as your average 90's action B film but it moves along nicely and the female lead kicks ass. As for ST S4 I'm four episodes in and really enjoying it. The finale of that was superb. Also, the budget for this must be enormous. It's a massive difference compared to the Disney+ series and these episodes are all over an hour.
  17. Seems like an excellent moment to return to this now that I've done almost everything in Elden Ring.
  18. I'm not too big on fantasy in general, let alone Final Fantasy but that trailer looked cool to me. I like flashy combat and this having one of the main combat designers of Devil May Cry 5 is promising.
  19. Comfortly Sony's best SoP imo. Fast-paced and almost everything looked good with some big trailers and reveals. Only games I'm not interested in are Walking Dead (even though the first VR is apparently great) and that anime game. That SF 6 trailer was fire and The Callisto Protocol is my most anticipated game this year (provided it hits that December release date).
  20. No, I am too. I think 4 Remake will be excellent but a new IP is more exciting and space horror is the best horror.
  21. It will happen. Itsuno wanted to do this after Devil May Cry 5. But COVID probably shook some things up. We still haven't seen gameplay from Pragmata either. But it's something to look forward to because Capcom is on a roll.
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