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  1. BossSaru

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    They're doing this on purpose now, aren't they?
  2. BossSaru

    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    The DF video reveals a small, albeit stupid, oversight. Remember the bit in MGS when you were told to check on the game box for the radio frequency that you needed to proceed (included as an anti piracy measure)? Still in the game. It just feels like a really sloppy effort from Sony. All these little mistakes, contributing to a product which should have been so much greater. Especially when the psp, which is now 14 years old, does PSX emulation near-perfectly.
  3. Zelda BotW does this well - it forces players to keep changing their strategy and also rewards experimentation rather than sticking with the same strategy. In fact, BotW does the other RPG mechanics be very well too. Each dungeon rewards you with a new skill and more health, but there is nothing to stop a player from going for the final boss after the introduction, armed with a pot lid and a stick.
  4. Quite possibly. The 360 had a solid port of the original Titanfall, after all:
  5. The single player game is one of the finest of this generation, and BT-7274 is one of the best videogame sidekicks of the last few years. Even ignoring the excellent multiplayer modes, for £4 it is an incredible bargain. Trust me.
  6. BossSaru

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    Knowing Bethesda they will probably release another 50GB+ patch on Christmas Day afternoon just as people who received that day it are installing the previous patch. Just as an extra little festive fuck you to their customers. The release notes for the new patch will simply read "There is now a Christmas tree in the vault. Merry Christmas!". Then a few days later there will be another 50GB+ patch to get rid of the Christmas tree.
  7. This is one of those games I needed to end up deleting just because it was just so incredibly addictive. That said, it has been so long now that a few rounds of Bounty Hunt or Amped Hardpoint probably could not hurt.
  8. BossSaru

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    You go right over there and tell her what a buggy piece of shit this is RIGHT NOW. No child deserves to unwrap this on Christmas Day.
  9. BossSaru

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    I look forward to the next twist on this exciting saga. My prediction is that Bethesda start sending players abusive emails or the game becomes a grooming ground for sex offenders.
  10. BossSaru

    PS+ December: Soma, Onrush, Iconoclasts

    This is the best month for PS+ in years. SOMA and Papers, Please are both excellent - and there is a really nice mix of genres in that list.
  11. BossSaru

    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    As disappointing as this is, I do not think anything is taking that award from Bethesda this year.
  12. BossSaru

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    Frankly, by the time the game is fixed it will be available for £4.99. Even at that price it comes up against other Bethesda games like Dishonored 2, Prey and Fallout 4, which are very polished and respectable games. What puts me off the most is the idea of a 50GB 'patch' every few weeks until it is fixed, which is deal breaking for an online game. It feels like the bugs are pretty fundamental to the game - not an issue with some settings or a few lines of programming so much as real issues with the engine that can not be easily fixed without a complete overhaul of the software. I expect this game to be sub-£15 before Christmas, and bundled with pretty much every console sale in Game in December.
  13. BossSaru

    Fallout 76 - Prepare Your GaaS Masks

    If I buy cornflakes next weekend I expect a free copy of this game will be bundled in the box.
  14. BossSaru

    Borderlands 2 - Show Me Your Guns!

    Never experienced that bug myself, and I have played through it a few times on the PS4.

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