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  1. BossSaru

    The Worst Characters Committed to Screen

    You went for Parks and Rec and doors not pick this comedy dead zone? Shame on you.
  2. The second hand market beckons.
  3. I know that Activision make some of the biggest games out there. But in an entertainment medium where there is so much supply of high quality products I will certainly be less inclined to but Activision games in the future, without it having any impact on me. I am perfectly happy to play Generic Shooter 2019 from a company who have not just shafted their employees instead of supporting Bobby's next multi-million bonus. If the company was struggling then one could understand. But they are not. And they probably owe a lot of their success to the hard work (including unpaid overtime) from the 800 employees who are being told to clear their desks.
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    Cross platform/progress thread

    A crying shame, for sure. Wargroove is a game that deserves to be enjoyed by as many people as possible. And in an ideal world would be on the Vita as well with crossplay/save.
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    Plants V Zombies Garden Warfare 2

    I'm predicting that it will be, or include a mode, named Nettle Royale. Hopefully it will be a Garden Warfare sequel. The series has been a great addition to the shooter genre, very child-friendly and surprisingly deep, and deserves another iteration. I was seriously impressed that, for GW2, EA gave away its expansion DLC for free at a time when season passes were the norm.
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    Just picked up a PS Vita....

    The original has OLED, which is apparently noticeably better than the LED version. But the Slim version has 1GB onboard memory, slightly better battery life, and uses a regular micro-USB port for charging, so there are advantages to it as well.
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    Silly mistakes by companies that should know better

    "I reckon that for the sequel we should do half of the campaign from an Elite's perspective."
  8. That is great news, and hopefully Intelligent Systems and Nintendo are paying attention. I gave the game a first go last night, getting to the start of Act 2. I was a bit concerned about the doubts people have had on here, but I thought that it played fantastically well - a cracking bargain for under £20 on release. It is not Advance Wars. But then again, even AW's sequels have failed to recreate the first game's perfect balance so we may need to accept that it will forever be the genre's pinnacle. But the core mechanics seem sound and the battles so far have felt an appropriate length.
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    Fight Club is 20 years old

    I thoroughly recommend the cast commentary on the dvd. Fincher, Pitt, Norton and Bonham Carter make a really good combo.
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    Fight Club is 20 years old

    One of my favourite films. I watched it at the cinema on a weekday afternoon on a whim, knowing nothing about it and assuming that it was a film about Brad Pitt punching people. And it was an incredible experience. I posted this scene in the 'your favourite scene' thread - it really is perfect in every way and is just buried in the film:
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    PS+ February: For Honor, Hitman

    What an excellent selection of games. Bravo, Sony.
  12. The only way that this game could get more hype is if it featured a fight between the Clegane brothers.
  13. Shenmue 3. The pain that I felt at the end of the second game, knowing that the cliffhanger would forever be unresolved, is still raw. I do not care if it is a bit of a let down. That it will (hopefully) exist at all is wonderful.
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    Nintendo Switch

    X2 is a great RPG. But by God I would not play it in public.
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