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9 minutes ago, Merzbow said:

It'll go over well with parents now not having to buy live for their kids to play Fortnite

More money to buy them in game currency for loot boxes. 

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The event was a massive success! The original target of £100 (we're all small streamers) was thrashed immediately, so we upped it to £200, then £300, then £500. The current amount is £1052.99

It turns out he's got no willy.

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The other concern would be a deluge of "lite" versions of FIFA, NBA 2K, Madden, PES etc which is ostensibly a free to play version of Ultimate Team or whatever it's called. 

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If you’ve got a Switch online membership you can download Dead Cells today for free and play it for a week. It’s a game I’ve been meaning to get for a while so will be giving it a look.

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Finished Immortals: Fenyx Rising today. Really enjoyed the puzzles, and quite enjoyed the story, but the combat pissed me off because it was very button mashy until I turned the difficulty down to Easy. 

 

Solid 8/10 game though

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Don't know whether I should put it in here, or in the retro gaming thread but I picked up Fallout New Vegas on XBox the other day. I'm terrible at it, even in easy but it feels a lot more linear than Fallout 3 and Skyrim, which is good for me because it doesn't mean I end up just acquiring quests left right and centre then forgetting where I'm up to. I've restarted about 5 times because I've not really known how I want to play but I've finally figured out how I want to play it, and am slowly making my way through it. 

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40 minutes ago, jazzygeofferz said:

Don't know whether I should put it in here, or in the retro gaming thread but I picked up Fallout New Vegas on XBox the other day. I'm terrible at it, even in easy but it feels a lot more linear than Fallout 3 and Skyrim, which is good for me because it doesn't mean I end up just acquiring quests left right and centre then forgetting where I'm up to. I've restarted about 5 times because I've not really known how I want to play but I've finally figured out how I want to play it, and am slowly making my way through it. 

You won't regret picking it up. In my opinion it's the best Fallout. 

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I am enjoying it so far. I'm trying to work on a build where I can talk my way out of situations, but can look after myself in a gunfight if it comes down to it. It's not going the way I anticipated. 

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On 23/01/2021 at 1:02 PM, Onyx2 said:

If Google doesn't drop Stadia like a stone in the next 18 months I'll be shocked. 

And sure enough, Google have shut their Game studio before it even released one title. The beginning of the end. 

https://kotaku.com/google-stadia-shuts-down-internal-studios-changing-bus-1846146761

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There's definitely plenty of ways to play New Vegas, but for all its depth - and this is common with most modern action RPGs - you can basically sauce through it by picking a way you plan on killing things and then putting most of your skills into that. 

There's some great, great dialogue options in it too, mind you, so you definitely seem to be going about it the right way. But yeah, for all its subtle intricacies I couldn't help but notice with any of my builds how I'd be roaming the place with 8 different guns for each situation before long. 

Elder Scrolls is even worse for it. Most of the magic schools are completely negligible. Healing and destruction spells are fine but the rest? Who strolls around those games calming creatures and walking on water. Really. Do you ever need to detect life or illuminate a cave? 

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27 minutes ago, Gay as FOOK said:

you can basically sauce through it by picking a way you plan on killing sniping things

All the Bethesda games are the same - easy mode is to craft a stealth sniper build, whether it's a bow or a rifle. 

The other stuff is all there for those wishing to role play a bit. 

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I picked up a Series S last week and got the 3 months of Game Pass for £1 deal going. What follows is my review of the system and also game pass:

"mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm"

I went from the 360 to the PS4 so there's a lot on there I missed. Already rattled through Gears 5 and the Hivebusters DLC campaign. Got the Master Chief Collection and Halo 5 waiting in the wings as well as The Medium.

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