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  1. If you have Amazon Prime, link it with your Twitch account for even more free games every month.
  2. I held off getting Superhot VR as I was wanting Pistolwhip to drop in price, but the Humble Bundle was too good to pass on. Well, it’s incredible! Very different from the pancake version too so it’s a completely different experience. Moss is really nice too, looks absolutely stunning.
  3. not enough wood grain, but it apparently has a scart socket...
  4. Yes I had a small (14” ish) Mitsubishi CRT when I had my 3DO and Saturn. It was advertised in gaming mags, can’t remember the model name but it was lovely!
  5. Sony Trinitron would be my shout. Nice picture and the built in speakers aren’t too bad. I’ve got a couple, one in use and another stored away safely as a spare. Incidentally the spare one used to be my friend’s dad’s, we used to play Saturn on it back in 95/96 when we should’ve been at school.
  6. I’ve been playing a fair bit on my eMac recently. It’s a beautiful CRT screen! With the Mac, 90s games that ran at 320x240 (it was it 200?) on PC like Lemmings, Doom, Worms etc run natively at 640x400 so there’s more detail than I’m used to. See the Lemmings photo I’ve attached! Quake at 640x480 is smooth as butter as the screen refresh is something like 138hz. DVDs look brilliant too, I stuck on Clone Wars to test it (the traditionally animated 5min shorts, not the CGI series) and ended up watching the entire disc. The machine cost £25 and I paid a tenner to upgrade the Ram to 1gig. It’s currently my favourite retro machine by far!
  7. I watched the trailer and immediately bought it. Eugene Jarvis is a legend, his interview on The Retro Hour Podcast is one of the most entertaining I’ve heard. This is gonna be great! Edit: it was really good! Highly recommended!
  8. It’s certainly interesting. The opening cutscene is a bit broken, but once the game starts it’s ok, although I had to give up due to motion sickness after about 10 mins. Not many games make me feel ill...
  9. I tried the original Mac version of Doom 2 yesterday on my G4 eMac and it looks stunning! Appears to be running at 640x400 natively, it’s much sharper than the DOS version. It’s not a version that I’ve seen mentioned in YouTube comparison videos, I think if you were playing this in the 90s on a capable Macintosh you’d have been the envy of all Doom fans.
  10. Has anyone tried the 2.4ghz version with Steam? I can’t get mine to configure properly at all. Sad times.
  11. The Megadrive version is my favourite Shinobi game... been a few years since I’ve played it so I’m up for this! It’ll be interesting to see how different the Arcade version is, I’ve only had a quick shot of that many moons ago...
  12. StoooTube

    Crackdown 3

    Quite possibly my favourite game of 2019. It was fun, looked gorgeous in 4k and didn’t out-stay its welcome.
  13. I completed Reach for the first time the other night. Possibly my favourite Halo campaign as I don’t think there were any levels where I thought “fuck this” and turned it off in a huff. Now I’m on Halo 2, it’s quite the opposite
  14. Minecraft - WiiU, iOS, Xbox One, PC and Switch Street Fighter IV - 360 OG, 360 Super, PS3 Super, PS3 Arcade (digital), PS3 Ultra (digital and then physical), 3DS, PS4 Ultra and Steam Ultra. I think I have a problem...?!
  15. Well TABS certainly can’t run any worse on my PC than it does on the Xbone X!
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