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    Shenmue III - PS4/PC | 2019

    I hope that in the final battle Ryo just pulls out a gun and shoots Lan Di, as a massive fuck you to all of us.
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    Shenmue 1 and 2 coming to PS4,XB,PC

    Is anyone else finding this as buggy as hell with cutscenes? After the intro every cutscene that I have entered has resulted in hearing the cutscene audio whilst the camera cuts to a piece of scenery.
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    Challenge breaking mechanics

    Rabbid Mario and Rabid Luigi in Mario and Rabbids are ridiculously overpowered when levelled up. The red guy can create an area of effect explosion every time he runs through an enemy and the green dude can leech their health when he does the same. And that is just doing their movements, without even starting on their attacks.
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    The Meg - Jason Statham vs Giant Shark

    That does not necessarily mean it will be crap. After all, the 2012 Jaws rerelease was shown as a 12A in cinemas. But I guess The Meg was not going for the same kind of hidden monster vibe as Jaws did.
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    The Last Of Us

    If it works for you then great. But if you like TLOU then you will be paying it again in the future. In this case I would suggest seeing the first playthrough as an opportunity to learn the game and experience the narrative on the standard settings, and the second time to ramp up the difficulty and master the game.
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    Your unearthed gems

    Last night I watched one of the movies that Amazon Prime recommended for me, Train to Busan. Why did this not get a decent release in the UK? It is a cracking and zombie film with some great performances and brutal action set pieces. The final act loses a bit of pace, but the two hours went by very quickly. The trailer does a great job of selling the film: Pretty much the film that World War Z should have been, and an excellent modern take on the genre.
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    The Last Of Us

    Avoid clickers where possible by learning their paths. If you need to fight, throw a brick or bottle at their head and then smack them with a bat while they are flailing around. Save your shivs.
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    Star Trek - Jean-Luc Picard returns

    If anyone is listening i would like this to be a sci-fi version of Curb Your Enthusiasm featuring a cantankerous elderly Picard having to deal with a manner of awkward intergalactic social situations. Episode 1: Picard refuses to buy a gift for Riker's and Troy's customary Betazoid renewal of wedding vows, claiming that he already bought them a gift when they got married. Worf is angry to find that Jean Luc has lost his favourite Bat'leth.
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    Shogun remake

    Remaking a show that originally starred Toshiro Mifune is as welcomed as remaking Back to the Future without Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd.
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    Your unearthed gems

    One of Takashi Miike's lesser known films, Zebraman, is well worth a watch if you like confusing and camp superhero films.
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    Who is America? - Sacha Baron Cohen

    That was incredible. How does SBC keep a straight face?
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    Die Hard

    The best thing about Die Hard is McClane's fragility. Sure, he takes a beating and gets back up. But every punch, knock and cut takes its toll, to the point where his final confrontation with Gruber is painful to watch. By the end of the movie he is physically broken and only moving through willpower, which so many other action movies try and are usually fail to show.
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    All things Yakuza!

    Breaker 4 life yo!
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    Who is America? - Sacha Baron Cohen

    The first half was rubbish. But the second half was so good. Getting an NRA guy promoting guns (and RPGs) for toddlers, and Congressmen supporting the arming of preschoolers. It must have been terrifying for SBC at times, just seeing how far he could push this idea, with no pushback when he gave the guy a LMG with a toy dinosaur attached, and got him to sing nursery rhymes adapted to be instructions on how to kill someone. TV needs more of this, less of the polite subjects not rushing to the bait.
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    Armando Iannucci's The Death of Stalin

    This is on Amazon Prime now. Watched it last night and it was brilliant. The black humour is perfectly pitched, in much the same style as Four Lions. It does feel a bit Fast Show at times, but the comedic buffoonery seems appropriate in the scenes and it underlines how criminally underused Paul Whitehouse is in cinema. And Jason Isaacs dominates every scene that he is in.
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