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  1. Are the cocktail ones the ones with it all built into a table and you look down on it? If so, yes, one of those, specifically with Rally-X in as it brings back memories of holidays in Jersey.
  2. So the closed beta for PSO 2 starts on XBox One next week, but it's still not available in Europe, does anyone know if there's a way around this?
  3. Nothing felt overly scripted either, no A-Team modding of their cars to make them "better", no "gifts", yes they pratted about and the costumes were initially a bit but then you get Harris running away from golf balls in a deflated T-Rex costume and its all worth it.
  4. Massive NOPE, my balls were in my throat just watching that
  5. Cunting Bastard Hard is its real name. I bought a copy though I'm not sure i still have it.
  6. https://barharukiya.wordpress.com/2020/01/23/throwbackthursday-final-fantasy-ix-playthrough-part-21/
  7. wev

    Formula E

    I do think that maybe the street circuits are beginning to hurt it a little? They're always closed in and far too many incidents result in the entire track being blocked
  8. I'm probably thinking of a replay camera or something then. But yes, such a good game, my mates and I all spent hours in multiplayer on it and all bought our own copies so we could make and share tracks. I still have it's theme tune stuck in my head all these years later
  9. Has anyone else read We3 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely? I read it the other day and met with my book club to discuss it tonight, Id never heard of it, but then I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to comics. I particularly liked how it used the panels to tell the story and I also liked that there wasn't alot of dialogue with every emotion and thought being better represented by the artwork.
  10. 4. We3 - Grant Morrison, Frank Quitely Really enjoyed this, it does some interesting things that you don't really see so much in Western comics.
  11. ReVolt was another RC game, on most platforms around the Dreamcast area, I think you could use an RC style camera too though I never used it
  12. Maus is an astonishing piece of work that's so very easily overlooked because "it's a comic innit?"
  13. 2. Chernobyl Prayer - Svetlana Alexievich A pretty difficult read for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, the stuff the people within describe is heartbreaking, this is a collection of the stories of the people who's very lives were altered by the accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant, and secondly, because the person who collected these stories has been very careful to make sure that shes given them their voices, the tales often go off on tangents or become romanticised and waffly, however, its very much worth reading. 3. That Near Death Thing - Rick Broadbent This is tells the stories of some of the key players at the 2010 and 2011 Isle of Mann TT events, we get to see inside the minds of John McGuinness, Guy Martin, Conor Cummins and Michael Dunlop and how each of them approaches such a challenging and dangerous race different. Like the event itself, the book absolutely rockets by and is possibly one of the best motorcycle racing books I've ever read.
  14. wev

    Manga

    Just bought Junchi Ito's No Longer Human, I was originally going to get Uzimaki but my comics store don't currently accept National Book Tokens and Waterstones didn't have it in stock, I was torn between this and Smashed.
  15. wev

    Arsenal

    Yeah, despite my "stop the rot" comment it's hard to if ore that last could have (and probably would have under Emery) been alot worse, there's definetly a different energy coming from the players, though Lacazette was pretty much invisible again, I like the guy but at the moment I don't think we'd miss him if he was sold.
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