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  1. Strange all these XBox crashes. I'm on a base launch PS4 and it hasn't crashed once on me. It's great that Treyarch came out with Nuketown early (it was meant to come Dec 10th). Best map for levelling up your weapons and when you get the war machine, it's pretty epic. Hoping they can regularly and quickly re-release old maps like Summit, Jungle, Firing Range etc alongside new ones as all this game needs is content.
  2. Nuketown 84 Stream live now: Map looks like Black Ops 1 map but run down and with graffiti everywhere. You will either destroy the opposition or get owned yourself.
  3. I must be playing a completely different game @IainGamer In my experience, Cold War is way less campy than Modern Warfare. FFA is my game of choice and for MW, I mainly found that people used to basically camp in one room or area with usually a shotgun and two claymores protecting them. People in Cold War are definitely running around a lot more as the footsteps are way lower and Ninja/Dead Silence is an actual perk. My biggest problem with this game is Skill Based Matchmaking to be honest. The better you do, the worse you end up doing as the game starts pitting you
  4. Well that's excellent news - I really wasn't sure at first. I'm only really interested in the arcadey type games like fighters and shooters that will work well with the joysticks. Not that cheap no, but when you consider that one of the newer pinball tables costs around $8-10k then it's a bargain. My machine will come with over a 1000 tables and with the ability to add about 1000 more. The main playfield comes with a 43 inch vertical screen and the backglass is 32 inches. A cool feature is that vertical MAME games will use the main screen and horizontal ones will use
  5. I've recently ordered a Virtual Pinball cabinet which will come with a 2 player joystick setup as well to play MAME. Here are the PC specs: Ryzen 7 3700X CPU 8 Core GeForce RTX 2060 Super OC 8G 16 GB Hyper-X DDR4 3200Mhz RAM Do you guys think this will this be enough to run some of the newer fighters and shooters like SFV, Mortal Kombat 11, Tekken 7, Dragonball FighterZ, Cuphead, etc?
  6. You can just buy the cross gen bundle already, and it'll run on both. PS4 and PS5.
  7. For me, this is the best campaign since COD4. Truly epic and hopefully people don't overlook it and just focus on multiplayer. I must say, I haven't experienced these frame dips at all but then again I don't snipe. Apparently the frame rate on PS5 and XBSX are butter smooth.
  8. Level 20 now. Yep really, really enjoying this so far especially as I had zero expectations going in given the limited development background. The graphics and overall engine are definitely nowhere near as polished as MW, but I'm really enjoying the gameplay and maps quite a bit nonetheless (Checkmate, Moscow and smaller versions of the Ground War maps are excellent). Unfortunately, there's only 10 maps at the moment, but Treyarch have said that they're going to be releasing new free ones quite regularly, starting with another Nuketown in December. Campaign is phenome
  9. Thanks! Considering Modern Warfare is over 250 GB, it seems pretty tiny.
  10. I bought the Cross Gen Bundle ages ago on PS4. Can't seem to find a way to pre-load it though. Anyone had any luck?
  11. Best series this year for me! If you're into chess, then I suggesting watching this analysis of the Harmon v Borgov final. Seems like the majority of it was based on an actual game and a bunch of grandmasters were involved in the series, making the chess playing feel authentic.
  12. Yes, he's amazing - I'm so glad I was able to finalize with him. The Aliens backglass is an epic piece, which is why I had to include it as part of my table.
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