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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    +1 for Enjoying Yooka Laylee - sure it wasn't as polished as it could have been, but I didn't quite understand the hate people had towards it.
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    RⒶGE 2 - Explosions by Avalanche Studios

    Add me to the pad club. Much prefer to sit back and be lazy these days. KB+M is a lot of hassle unless it's Civ or something
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    I really hope they get their finger out and get an EU release done. As simple as it is, I can't be bothered with faffing around creating a jap account.
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    Abandoned Games (2019)

    Ascendance - Xbox One Started off really enjoying this and played through the first world. However collecting orb 3 on world 2 I managed to get stuck in the scenery and had to reset the game. When I restarted, the scenery that renders after you collect the orb had disappeared, and despite reboots, reinstalls etc, it won't pop up, meaning I'm stuck. It was only a fiver so not the end of the world, but still disappointing.
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    Sonic Team Racing

    It'll have some job to beat Sonic & Sega All Stars Transformed, which still holds up well today. Always have a soft spot for Sumo Digital stuff though.
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    Chernobyl (HBO/Sky)

    Really enjoyed episode 1 in a morbid kind of way. Very tempted to wait until they're all broadcast and do a binge watch.
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    Snooker 19

    Can you actually play friends with this game? Haven't found a way to send my code to a mate.
  8. I got bored of this very quickly. It's budget Burnout - but despite the extra polish from Danger Zone 1 and 2, after an hour or so I've no real urge to progress any further.
  9. So, had a good mess around with this over the weekend and came to the following conclusions. NES, SNES, GB, MD, GG, SMS work great through retroarch / hyperspin. MAME - works great through retroarch / hyperspin. N64 - works great through retroarch / hyperspin. Gamecube - Pretty good, Dolphin Emu needs a bit of tweaking, but Monkey Ball and Mario Sunshine both playable. Dreamcast - Never got this working right through RA / Hyperspin, either crashes to desktop or controller wont work, but... images work great in RetroX - so I'll keep using that Saturn - Bit of corruption on Sega Rally, but playable. Never really a Saturn fan so won't be visiting many of them. PSP - seems ok - again needed to tweak, Outrun suffered some frame rate drops, but still able to AAA many of the challenges. PPSSPP pretty configurable, so mess around to find something that suits you. TD:DR - not a replacement for a full PC with emulation set up, but for couch retro gaming it's a damn fine collection. And it's still worth forking out the 7 quid for RetroX on the shield if you're that way inclined.
  10. Yeah it extracted to 199gb - same one. I've not quite got the dreamcast controls set up yet, but n64, ppsspp and gamecube are all good. Spent most of last night on Super Monkey Ball, then a chill out with Toejam and Earl
  11. I've just got a spare 1tb usb 2.0 I had lying around, not sure how long it'll last, hopefully until 512gb USB 3.0 drives come down in price
  12. Got mine from Currys too. External hard drive or a 256gb usb stick
  13. Just a heads up that there's a rather excellent Hyperspin 200gb install for the nvidia shield, available from the usual places. Fairly painless, just extract to storage, install the emulators, configure controls and away you go.
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    PlayStation 4 Console Thread

    RIP bawsaq - hello MrMajestykMuk
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    Arcade racer chat

    +1 for Horizon Chase Turbo. Closest I've played to Top Gear and Lotus in a long time.

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