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  1. I had quite a chill session tonight, I have made it to biome 3 but just spent my time in biome 1 getting gear. I am familar with most of the room types and enemies so it's fairly straightforward, although a containment room put a good fight. The core gameplay loops are just so satisfying and polished that it was fun just going room from room smashing baddies and hoovering up loot. In that respect it reminds me a little of destiny
  2. Just found out you can have multiple parasites, I thought you could only have one so was passing over loads!
  3. I am truly terrible at games and have managed to do both biome 1 and 2 bosses first time. Best tips I have is; - The pylon gun is OP. Just shoot as much as you can in the general direction of the boss to do a ongoing stream of damage. You can then focus on avoiding the attacks. (Is this available to everyone or an early unlock for the delux edition?) Edit: it looks like the electropylon gun is an early unlock for the digital delux edition, otherwise you get it in biome 4. Might explain the different experiences people are having. - Turn always sprintin
  4. Ebay are doing one of their 20% off codes so this can be had for £58 from boss games (link) use the code PRICEWINS
  5. I am terrible at games, I bounced off Bloodborne and Demon Souls so was very surprised to beat the boss on my first attempt. I would say that it was at the end of a very long run which ended up with some excellent gear including a parasite which revives health and an artifact which does more damage when health is low and an astronaut. I honestly went in thinking I was going to get my arse kicked but it was relatively straightforward. I think really tooling up and using the ship to top up health are really important (or you get very lucky with the RNG). Also turn sprint
  6. tobert

    It Takes Two

    I think the system of only getting game over when both players die is genius, it allows them to makes things challenging but you soon realise dying individually is not that bad. Plus, as you say, it adds a bit of tension for the person left alive. Also, the game changes up so quickly if someone struggles with one bit they will likely be onto another bit before it becomes too much of an issue.
  7. Is it possible to play this offline? I think my kids would love the pirate theme but I don't want to risk potty mouths online or getting trampled on as they learn the ropes (they are 4 and 6 years old). If there is a way to sail around on your own that would be perfect
  8. I have been really impressed with remote play on the ps5. I always found it hit and miss on the PS4 and PS4 pro, sometimes fine, sometimes a little choppy. But in the PS5 its been rock solid. I am using an app called PSPlay on my android phone and it allows me to specify a 1080p image at 60fps with HDR without any issues. It also allows me to use my Kishi Razor which essentially turns my phone into a handheld PS5. I also tried the same app on my Chromebook tonight and again it was spot on. It's superhandy, especially when the kids are watching something on
  9. tobert

    It Takes Two

    This is a just pure joyous fun isn't it. Looks lovely, plays wonderfully and just throws so many brilliant ideas and mechanics at you each and every level. Everything I have seen is Mario/astrobot levels of joy and invention, but with mate.
  10. tobert

    It Takes Two

    You control the camera and I have actually found it makes me feel a little qeasy, I think its a combination of the split screen (which is present online) and a relatively fish eye'd view
  11. tobert

    Disco Elysium

    I am struggling with this, I seem to be spending most of my time wandering aimlessly unsure what to do next. Is that kinda of the point? it sounds like I should just be going with it and enjoy talking to the different people. I also have a few items and tools but don't really know if I should be experimenting with these or using them when explicitly told to.
  12. tobert

    Disco Elysium

    Not played this before, playing on ps5 and the controls are...odd. sometimes the interaction prompt comes up, others times it doesn't. Sometimes it does something, sometimes it doesn't. Either I am not getting the controls or its a bit finninky
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