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  2. Benny

    Nintendo Switch Lite

    Ah, the sweet refrain of the Nintendo fan getting wistful imagining what their games would be like with "proper" graphics. Please understand.
  3. Bruce is on a surprisingly high 10%.
  4. There are no fucking books in the Belt.
  5. I have a very strict criteria for any film I rate higher than 4 stars on Letterboxed: they cannot be merely excellent, they also have to make me either shed real tears of joy or man feels, or do a proper belly laugh. I think this film achieved all three.
  6. Pretty close, yeah. I found BotW fine in shrines and those ‘brown mazes’, but whenever the horizon opened up I felt I was missing out. I'd really like Nintendo to merge the best of U and Switch for their next console: a 1080p handheld with HDMI-out, alongside a 4K homehub with an optional gamepad. Prime 4 with PS4.5-gen graphics on a home screen and/or gamepad, or a still-class-leading 1080 for portables that can plug into screens. Maybe Ryzen could fill that role when the time comes?
  7. This is so good, I love how much the residents do now, it's a fully functional little community - way more advanced than the first one.
  8. Today
  9. Demon's Souls. I wish they would remaster it. Honorable mentions: Silent Hill. Alan Wake. Limbo.
  10. Then probably Manhunt. That hand made you want a shower Then Outrun
  11. Battlefield 1 for me all day. So much love and attention poured into creating a muddy, brutal nightmare. A masterpiece of design
  12. Soulstar

    Illustration Club

    This thread reminded me of when I created this off the top of my head shortly after playing child of light. It’s a photo of a screen though rather than the actual direct image.
  13. @Nick R Some of my fav remixes which go against the norm is from the Sonic 2 Hedgehog Heaven album:
  14. My Respawn comment wasn’t an Edge dig FYI, it’s was just a comment on something I’ve seen since the titles announcement. It’s also not a put down, I wish it all the best. I’ve been a reader since issue 4 and a subscriber for many years. This is another top notch issue. I’ve yet to get to the Star Wars article as I’m soaking up on the E3 goodness first. Edge got me into E3 (before it was E3?), then many years later I got to work at one for 2K Games (Spec Ops). Keep up the the amazing work. I’ll always be a subscriber Fun (?) fact, when you printed the first letter I sent in you recommended me a 486 DX2 PC for gaming on (I think! It was a while ago).
  15. Yesterday
  16. I genuinely think the part in Spectre that wiki plot summarises as is one of the worst scenes to ever be filmed that has been viewed by many millions of people. There are poor twists in films and then there is this at the end of a lifeless bore of a film where nothing previously made any sense and then to throw the step brother thing out like it gives weight and meaning to a plot so devoid of coherence it was like on another level of awful, barely digestible as a thing that was really happening. It is so bad no film critic who just conveniently overlooked this crucial penultimate sequence that the whole film had been dragging itself towards can be forgiven for not applying their usual critical eye to how much of a steaming mess it is. I have zero expectations of a film that brings Waltz back and doesn't want to nuke that entire film's attempts at mythology and completely start again.
  17. I'm a little embarrassed to admit it's taken me this long to realise that the game is aiming for the structure of a mainline Dragon Quest RPG, what with travelling back and forth between towns on various continents and resolving the woes of the inhabitants, except in this you're literally building the towns. While Builders 1 did this to an extent, this new freedom to travel back and forth between continents whenever you want (eventually) and the permanence of the towns you build makes it feel more like an RPG adventure. It's incorporating lots of plot stuff from Dragon Quest II as well.
  18. A handful of visual novels are reduced in the current PSN sale, some of which were recommended earlier in the thread: The Silver Case - £5.79 The 25th Ward: The Silver Case - £6.49 PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness - £8.99 Steins;Gate Elite - £24.99 Zanki Zero: Last Beginning - £24.99
  19. Comrade

    Anime

    Rei and Asuka are in the film in as much that there are two major female characters, and one is a quiet, intelligent and emotionless to the point of near autism young Japanese woman, and the other is young, half-Japanese westerner who is brash, disarmingly informal, and a little sexually forward. It’s Rei and Asuka.
  20. First up this isn’t a brand new update for the game thread before anyone gets excited sorry. Moreso it’s a thread I’ve created simply because I can’t find any info on this here or a thread of its own currently so I thought I’d do one now. I picked it up earlier while browsing for something to get for my 3DS and as it’s not too long ago that I went through FF XII for the first time, thought why not seeing as it’s supposedly a sequel of sorts set shortly after the main game. I know many on here already cherish FF XII and it’s recent ish remaster. I’ve not player it yet but will be taking it while I’m away on holiday to tinker with, and wanted to get a bit of a conversation going on here to see who else has checked it out previously. Maybe it might inspire others to pick it up or return back to it. I know next to nothing about it other than a friend of mine had told me he went through it in the past and enjoyed it.
  21. Harrington, not Harris. And yes, the Dustin, Steve and Robin triumvirate was amazing.
  22. jonamok

    Nintendo Switch

    Didn’t work for me on Mac. Had to redownload everything. I assume PC will work fine.
  23. It's disappointing that 90% of YouTube fan performances of video game music seem to do them as \m/ METAL!! \m/ covers. Even for tracks for which that genre is completely unsuited. But I think that one's better and more tasteful than most. Emerald Hill seems slightly more suited to being covered in that genre then Green Hill does! And there are worse genres to pick, I suppose Coulda linked to an a capella version. Basically what I'm saying is: more ragtime VG arrangements, please!
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