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Barnard

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    Splatoon 2

    Tetris 99 has a Splatoon theme to play for until the 16th. Head to head Tetris with the Splatoon tunes playing is immense. Don't miss it like I missed the Gameboy classic Tetris theme.
  2. It's great. I'm really enjoying moving the half sized bits when they break off a capsule. The multiplayer is fun also, the matches being really quick and fun when you turn the tide away from certain doom.
  3. I've put Vic Viper on the deck lots, much like a drunken aircraft carrier aircraft pilot. Getting through the dancers legs was tough, as was getting through all the tiny coloured balls. Those two bits must have a taken a lot of coinage to work out what to do back in the day. I certainly had to press the add credit button a lot. Can't wait to get better and then experience the SNES and Gameboy versions.
  4. This album is a joy to listen to. Office Politics, Infernal Machines, Absolutely Obsolete and Life and Soul of the Party are all bangers. The Synthesiser Service Centre Super Summer Sale and Philip And Steve's Furniture Removal Company are gloriously weird but the concept stays strong throughout. In my mind, a classic.
  5. The Immaculate Collection by Madonna whilst sitting in the sweet spot with Pro Logic ii enabled. The Q sound Pro logic mixture
  6. I don't know what happened to Captain LeChuck, but here's who recorded the song for disney first. I love the fact, if the comment is true, that they asked Clement to channel Bowie.
  7. How do they make these things run on a machine the size of DVD case. It must be magic.
  8. It was the other fella that doesn't age. Keanu.
  9. It's like the 4k HDR push a couple of years ago. Selling polished knobs using soundbites.
  10. It was great show. Just too much gung-ho marine cyberpunk bollocks. The industry needs to push the more arty farty stuff like the Deer game.
  11. Cyberpunk of what ever this aesthetic is outstaying it's welcome in my brain.
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