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  1. This was very much on my radar but as far as I’m aware there’s no matchmaking available. I’m not trawling the Discord for team mates every time I want a game.
  2. vezna

    Apple TV +

    Spoke too soon. Episode 2 of See is terrible. All the scenes involving the Queen are always very weird.
  3. vezna

    Apple TV +

    The first episode of See has a bit of everything. Some fascinating fight scenes (everyone is blind after all), dialogue that is both incoherent and nonsensical, scenes that are unintentionally funny, a scene that involves ‘praying’ that you’ll not forget in a hurry and ultimately quite an interesting premise / world. It’s all a bit clunky but I’ll watch more. Pretty damn good advert for Dolby Vision as well. I’m watching on a LG OLED via an Apple TV 4K and on a technical level it’s very nice to look at. Obviously See is from the bloke behind Peaky Blinders but you wouldn’t make any sort of connection between the two. Well and truly completely different. I had previously read Apple would be aiming for everything being more family orientated but this show suggests not.
  4. Khabib is clearly the favourite by some distance with the bookies yet the majority of Bloody Elbow staff are going for Poirier. Interesting stuff.
  5. vezna

    Gears 5

    Runs really well on PC this. 1440p on ultra on my 144hz monitor. I’m certainly not getting 144 fps but can hit 100 at times. First Gears game I’ve played on PC. Always felt a bit clunky playing on console with a pad so this is an improvement.
  6. I had videogame fatigue for years. Still kept buying the must have titles with possibly only a Destiny addiction keeping my so called hobby on life support. On a whim I bought a gaming PC, having left that scene many years before, and that was it. Everything clicked into place. I didn’t know it was what I was looking for but I’m glad I got reacquainted. Still can’t really play consoles to this day. I get bored immediately with the control compromises and the dated technology.
  7. I concur. Had a pair for ages, really decent.
  8. Looking at the screenshots of the interface you can definitely see stuff being listed with Dolby Vision and Atmos. If it has the original Star Wars films as 4K remasters at some stage then that’s going to shift a lot of subscriptions to a different generation of customers.
  9. 4K HDR or Dolby Vision content has got my attention. Not being able to actually subscribe to this service is slightly alarming although if they give me a reasonable launch date I’ll survive.
  10. I actually thought this was a pretty decent advert for Dolby Vision (I watched on an Apple TV 4K and LG B8 OLED). As for the actual season itself it was quite captivating and now I’ve read up on the real events it’s fair to say they did a really good job of capturing what genuinely happened. The case was reopened in March 2019 so you have to wonder where they trying to get ahead of the release of this show.
  11. Graphically I’ve found this pretty decent in VR and performance has been mostly good apart from the game hanging in the Nexus. I’m on an Oculus Rift CV1, Ryzen 7 2700, Vega 56 and 16gb RAM.
  12. Got it to run no problem by not playing in VR. Finally got to see the Nexus and other people running about. Three ships got into the Nexus and got stuck in limbo between flying and landing. They could rotate but that was about it. I could use the jetpack to climb up onto them and watch them suffer from close up. This game will be pretty spectacular if they can get it all sorted out. VR's killer app? Might be.
  13. Updated the PC version. I left myself in the Nexus last night as it just hung after an undetermined amount of time there. Now it just crashes instantly as soon as I load in. I give up.
  14. Spoke too soon. Game works fine on planets and in space. Once I land in the Anomaly (multiplayer area) it eventually hangs. Cool to see other people running around though.
  15. This runs really well for me on Oculus Rift. No issues at all apart from I can’t find a full control list in any menu. I do like the way you grab the multitool from behind your back. First time I climbed into a cockpit was certainly one of those ‘holy shit’ VR moments. They’ve put a lot of thought into this and how it works in VR. It’s mostly all very intuitive. Graphically it seems absolutely fine to me. Nothing overly murky or low res.
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