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    Dark Souls - Prepare To Die... You Died.

    Where can I get hold of a steam key for the Prepare to Die edition? I want to play this rather than the remaster as I want to try out some of the mods. It doesnt seem to be available anywhere??
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    Films with one set.

    Oh yeah
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    Films with one set.

    Nobody has mentioned Reservoir Dogs yet? The majority of that is in one place.
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    A movie watchers blog

    Im sorry. I watched it solely on your recommendation. I only watched 45 mins or so, I will try and watch the rest later and hopefully my opinion might change.
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    A movie watchers blog

    I watched The Guilty last night which I thought was fantastic. Then I watched A Hard Day which I thought was dreadful! Did not like the jokey tone of it at all, and gave up after 45 mins. Really struggle to find stuff to watch that I enjoy.
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    Dark Souls Remastered

    Its not that nasty a lead up if you open the shortcut....
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    Games people should be playing but aren't

    It probably will, but dont you have a laptop of some sort? Its not a demanding game. It would be great on Switch mind. I actually think it would better on a handheld (I played it on GPDWIN 2) most of your time is spent staring at the screen, trying to figure things out, rather than moving about much
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    Games people should be playing but aren't

    I am actually quite surprised how quiet the Return of The Obra Dinn thread is, and how few people seem to be interested. For me it was easily the best game of last year (although I actually played it early this year), and probably in my top ten favourite games ever. It is so incredibly atmospheric, moving and powerful. And it manages this in black and white, with still images, and a few snippets of sound. I could look at the below image (not a spoiler) for hours. Its so beautiful and it tells so many stories
  9. This is available to rent now on Amazon Prime Video. I watched it last night and loved it.
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    Dark Souls II - Prepare to Die, Again

    The revival of this thread prompted me to buy a steam voucher code for this for £7. What a bargain. Im playing it on my GPDWIN2 which is amazing. I have played the vanilla version before but not The Scholar version. I am about 5 or so hours in and have taken down two bosses so far. It seems just as wonderful as it was back in the day.
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    The all new Wine thread

    This is a bit of a late reply, but I have one of these. We saw a sommelier using one in a nice restaurant we went to in Birmingham once, and my wife bought me one for Christmas one year. It was about £300 I think. They are excellent - easy to use and work very well. I definitely dont make the most of it though. Typically I would have part of a nice bottle one day then drink the rest the following week or something. However the one time I drank a bottle over a serious amount of time, it also worked perfectly. I had a single glass of something, then drank the rest six months or so later and the wine was still perfect.
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    Cuphead. Classic cartoon inspired side-scroller

    I downloaded this today and first impressions are good. It looks and sounds beautiful. I have found it challenging but not that bad, five bosses down so far. However so far the run and gun and plane stages just seem like a distraction from the boss levels.
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    Return of the Obra Dinn

    It was great to see it do so well in the Edge awards too, it was nominated in several categories. The music from Soldiers of the Sea is so amazing
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    Return of the Obra Dinn

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    Return of the Obra Dinn

    I actually didnt find that one too bad.
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