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  1. We just need Bailey to get fully fit. I’m hoping he was taken off as a precaution and it’s not more serious.
  2. There is something quite poetic about him going at 81. RIP and thanks for making Football Manager possible.
  3. BabelRich


    Hope so. I’d love if she won and called him out during the apres-match interview.
  4. Stolen from Twitter: At last; I have the body of a God. Can’t wait for this, adored the ‘first’ one after never before playing a GoW game.
  5. BabelRich

    NFL 2021!

    There’s a very old looking portrait of Brady in an attic somewhere in Boston.
  6. BabelRich


    Can’t wait to hear what Piers Morgan has to say about it…
  7. We’ll this album is fucking stonking. everything a Hearts album should be heavy, catchy, anthemic and generally all over the bloody spectrum. Love it.
  8. I’ve just started Shadowbringers and now all I can think of is…
  9. BabelRich

    NFL 2021!

    Been a while since I signed up but yes. They do have different packages depending on how and what you want to watch. And you also get access to other programs like NFL Network for the time the games aren’t on.
  10. 15/08/21 - Rain on your Parade Another game played through with my 5 year old daughter. What a great time we had together with this, it's perfect for younger kids to piss around with but there were loads of levels she could actually complete without help and you should have seen her smash the parade to bits.
  11. You can go straight there, I'd day an hour tops before the credits roll.
  12. 27/07/21 - Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword I was never a SS hater. I actually loved it on Wii and found the MotionPlus controls worked really well. As this was the only Zelda I’ve never replayed I jumped at the chance to throw another 45 quid at Nintendo (I understand I am part of the problem) to experience those dungeons in HD knowing that the motion controls would most likely be a tad woolly this time around. I think I was right. The controls are fine for the most part but the way the JoyCons lose centre if you so much as twitch a finger gets very old and does detract somewhat from the experience. However the dungeons are still brilliant and the general QOL improvements make this worth playing through again. 03/08/21 - Broken Age I backed the original Kickstarter for this and played through and enjoyed the first part in one sitting the day it dropped. Then my PC blew up before I got to play the second part and it kind of drifted away from my brain. I finally got around to playing the whole thing last week and what a great little time it was. Part 1 was a little light on puzzles when it first came out with too many items obtained by choosing a certain line of dialogue, but the settings and humour made it. Part 2 ramped up the puzzles nicely while maintaining what was good from the Part 1 and adding a nicely bonkers story. I think this was unfairly judged when it first came out as people expected a genre defining experience after the hype of the kickstarter. What we actually got was a gorgeous looking, solid P&C adventure in **checks watch** 2014? Shit! 10/08/21 – Bowser’s Fury I blasted through 3D World earlier this year, so I thought it was time to play the other part of the package while I have a spare few hours. This is a fantastic premise for Mario and like others I would be very interested to see where they could take the concept, but I feel it needs better hardware to do it justice. Some of the slow down when it gets busy is really off-putting and the camera is weirdly cumbersome for a Mario title. As a proof of concept it’s brilliant and a lot of fun to play but I can’t see it being ‘The Next Mario’ until a more powerful Switch or whatever hits. Previously
  13. So how much more will Messi take home then?
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