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  1. This weekend I've spent a ridicoulous amount of money on games. Zelda, Untitled Goose Game, Sayonara: Wild Hearts, and started a trial of Apple Arcade (which I'm clearly keeping). But I just went back to this. It's really great.
  2. You all just cost me £11. And I’m on the Apple Arcade trial!
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    Con; I assumed Apple Arcade would get it’s own app. Pro it’s fantastic. There was a time when iOS was the future of games. I think this is its second chance.
  4. Can't wait for this on switch! Thought this was bumped for the release - was just about to sack of zelda this weekend. I'll queue up that podcast for afterwards.
  5. 1) A list of every souls game would be pretty boring. 2) None hit like the first. 3) But still, your right, Bloodborne is by far the best at standing alone. It probably does deserve a mention.
  6. Fair point. I'm not sure what my selection criteria was, but irregardless - if I see dark souls, it's in.
  7. Just pootled around games rankings looking at the last ten years. May a sub list of classic from each year, that I forgot about for my shortlist. I reproduce below because why not: 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
  8. Initial thoughts, I'll change this a bunch I suspect. Game of the Year A1. A2.Slay the Spire - Switch A3.Tetris 99 - Switch A4. Mario Maker 2 A5. Fire Emblem - Three Houses Short List: Baba is You, Katana Zero, Outer Wilds (the space game, not the borderlands-esque one with the similar name). Biggest Disappointment of the Year (game, hardware, or anything else) Z1. Z2. Z3. Z4. Z5. Sound Design of the Year S1. S2. S3. Visual Design of the Year V1. V2. V3. Writing of the Year W1. W2. W3. Gaming Format (System) of the Year F1. Switch - oh so, very switch, by such a margin. Publisher or Developer of the Year P1. Nintendo Best Supported Game (released pre 2019) of the Year B1. Celeste. Another Chapter released, for free, when done. Not constant minor updates to 'maintain engagement metrics'. Or Shovel Knight if that stuff arrives this year. Your game of the year that didn't come out this year (basically what is your favourite game you played this year that came out in 2018 or earlier) X1. Doom - Switch. (Yeah, yeah, all that aside. Still the most fun I've had with a pre 2019 game). Best game character of the year C1. C2. C3. Baba And the big one: Game of the Decade D1. Dark Souls D2. Super Mario Odyssey D3. Legend of Zelda; Breath of the Wild D4: Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon (the perfect NES game, rather than the buggy modern one) D5. Rez Infinite D6. Beat Sabre D7. Doom 2016. D8. Super Mario Maker 1 D9. Slay the Spire D10 Mario Kart 8.
  9. EDIT: Wait, I did read this. Thought I was in the MYZ thread. I'm losing my mind. If I had read this post before I wrote mine I wouldn't have bothered. Sums up my experiences perfectly. It's almost a classic. A second game from them could be incredible.
  10. I really loved Mutant Year Zero on Xbox, but drifted away because a) my life seems to make sustained play on anything other than a switch impossible these days. b) The game has two mechanics, real time stealth and turn based combat. But success comes from using the former to prevent having to do the latter. It's an interesting puzzle, but minimises the bit I most want to play. If I bought it on the switch, I would have finished it. It's a lot more crunchy and thoughtful that normal difficulty Fire Emblem for example - but Rabbids is better.
  11. All that typing on a console? Maybe switch. But one of the few games i would play on Pc/Mac. That said gone iPad myself. But I have a keyboard case. After a few mins play my bug bear is that without trying to spoil things so far you listen to lots of one sided conversations which means watching pauses whilst the unheard person speaks, or fast forwarding which is immersion breaking. I was transfixed in her story, but this messes the pacing a bit.
  12. Fantastic this. More games need to do retro-3D it's glorious. Allows the imagination in perfectly. Not really anything to discuss - so it will get far less internet presence that it deserves, but it is joyful.
  13. Hmm, tempted then. Analogue or digital gamepad? Never got the former working on my Mac. The little I've heard puts it right up mu street.
  14. I know this makes me 'that guy' but desperately want this on Switch. Looks brilliant. Maybe it will run alright on my Mac...
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