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    Gaming things you regret buying...

    PSVR. I just cannot use it for long without feeling the urge to take it off.
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    Atari Lynx Appreciation Thread

    Rygar has arrived! Box is a little battered, but never mind.
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    Atari Lynx Appreciation Thread

    Warbirds, Zarlor Mercenary, Chequered Flag and California Games are the games I always carry with my Lynx, although Klax might replace one of them now that I have that.
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    Atari Lynx Appreciation Thread

    Warbirds is SO good. The attention to detail is great, and it's so relaxing. One of the best games on the Lynx and totally unique as a handheld experience in its day.
  5. Pleased with a 7-1. but can't get carried away. QPR were absolutely dismal.
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    Nintendo Switch

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    Nintendo Switch

    What's the game on the left of Mario Odyssey?
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    Nintendo Switch

    Lovely pic. I'm another physical if possible person. No Skyrim, though?
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    Atari Lynx Appreciation Thread

    Rygar is winging its way here.
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    N64 Appreciation Thread

    The free flight on Pilotwings is one of the most relaxing experiences in any game. I still can't believe it was never ported to the Wii VC.
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    Football Thread 2018/19

    I can see Plymouth Argyle being delighted to be drawn away to them in the league cup.
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    N64 Appreciation Thread

    The top 10 of the Nintendo 64 is amazing, and stands up against any console, but after that, the PlayStation beats it hands down. The water on Wave Race still looks gorgeous, 22 years later.
  13. I've never done that, but I have bought games to complete a collection. I bought GTA on Gameboy Color recently, even though I don't really expect to play it.
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    Forza Horizon 2

    I love the carnage of an orr-road race, smashing into other cars, while calm classical music, such as the Flower Duet by Delibes, once in a British Airways advert, accompanies the chaos.

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