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  1. I'm slightly disappointed as during the first few seconds of the introduction animation I managed to convince myself that we were getting a sequel to BOTW that was based on the Wind Waker. Now my mind has stopped racing I'm fairly up for this port. I never did finish the original, and from what I can remember the cast are a fair bit more eccentric and engaging than the usual Zelda NPCs.
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    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    It's actually pretty consistent throughout. Although some of it is unsavoury.
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    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    I'm regurgitating my post from the language learners thread, for anyone who wants to watch some German Netflix: Dogs of Berlin - a fairly hokey bent police versus organised crime thriller. It centres around the murder of a Turkish- German football (Mesut Ozil) and the fallout from that event. There are neo nazi and Turkish hip hop subplots. It's very watchable but probably wouldn't stand up to any seroisus scrutiny. An enjoyable ride. The Same Sky - a cold war drama, based on a real East German Operation "Romeo" whereby young ossie lads were sent to West Berlin to seduce older women working for the British and American governments. I really enjoyed seeing the old east and west Berlin sets. There are also some great tense undercover spy scenes and interesting diversions along the way. Parfum - this begins with the murder of beautiful women, and it quickly becomes clear that the murder appears to be linked to a close group of boarding school friends. I really enjoyed this even though it got real dark, real quick. Probably my favourite of the bunch despite the slow building bleakness. Content warning: All of the above have more nudity and domestic or "real"(?) violence than the average UK show.
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    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Is there a list of friend codes anywhere? Against my better judgement I purchased the online subscription, so I'm keen to try and get better at smash with some friendly people. I've played about 10 matches and only won one, so please do not be intimidated.
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    Tennis

    Not sure I know enough to be able to comment on game plans!
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    Tennis

    Nole is playing amazingly, but helped by Nadal playing terrible stuff. Weird.
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    Nintendo Switch

    Cool, so you do that in real life as well.
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    NFL and NCAA Football 2018

    Having seen the saints live (once), I'm rooting for Brees-y to win it all, but think they have faded somewhat, like BabelRich says.
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    Nintendo Switch

    I would suggest you get a screen protector. But otherwise good to go.
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    The Beer Thread

    Yep that's right. Would recommend you pop into the starting gate when you see the hockey, it's not particularly crafty but like I said it's super pleasant. The Prince is crafty though, think they have their own brewery, and it's only about ten minutes away.
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    The Beer Thread

    In turnpike lane? Great pub! My local is The Prince N22 and The Starting Gate, might be a bit out of your way but both worth a look in. The Starting Gate is especially pleasant without being either too hipster or too mumsy. I guess you've also already been to the Westbury arms too? (It's ok)
  13. I spent 30 hours 'completing' the game. My completion percentage was 65% and I'd missed two whole areas.
  14. I usually feel the same way about boss fights (and I gave up on dark souls) but I think the difficulty level is just about perfect in Hollow Knight. I would definitely recommend you give it a go. There are a few bosses where you have to trek back, but the vast majority (in my experience) were close to save points.
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