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  1. OK, here was a treat someone randomly posted on Facebook. Photos from an Australian K-Mart branch circa 1988.
  2. Nov 29/11 Astrologaster (PC) Back in the 80's there was a game that was incredibly popular with my friends called Law of the West. The game was set in a small town. You played as the sheriff over the course of a week and you had to survive the week by chatting with the townsfolk. There wasn't much two it. A few screens depicting your guy from over the shoulder and conversation choices. The occasional shootout but mainly it was working out which conversation options to use to get information out of various people or talk them down. No adventure style puzzles here, you either made it
  3. This video about the Aladdin deck enhancer covers the NES Dizzy games (as well as a few more NES titles by Codemasters.)
  4. Playing on normal but pretty rusty at tactics games. Don't let my lack of skill put you off.
  5. Mutant:Year Zero:Road to Eden (PC) Really enjoyed the few hours I spent with the game but it's just too hard with the game being very much into stealth and taking out enemies one by one. If you alert even one other enemy it turns into 30 minutes of slow death, for me at least. If they add in a novice mode I'll be all over it but until then back in the pile it goes.
  6. Demon's Tilt (PC) I love video pinball. I love pixel graphics. I have no idea why this game which should be my current obsession leaves me so cold. This should be a home run but I'm just not feeling it.
  7. I've heard rumours that some of the Assassin's Creed games don't play nice. Syndicate has massive issues with global lighting doing a weird strobing thing which is a pity. Anyone tried the 2D trilogy? (China, India, Russia?) I've started playing through them on the PS 4 given I heard they may not run on the 5 but I'm not sure how much of a loss that will be as long as Mark of the Ninja works.
  8. Nov 21/11 Glass Masquerade 2:Illusions (PC) More of the same as the last game, a digital puzzle with a fairy tale theme in stained glass windows replacing the international themed clock faces. There's an option to make the game harder by having to orient the puzzle pieces manually although most of the puzzles are set in a round frame making the initial placement a bit repetitive. Perfect to pick up and drop between rounds of Hades. Previously
  9. How does it play single player? I've been waiting to play it with my partner but she only has eyes for two games at the moment.
  10. Whaaaaaaat? I need to check this thread more often. John Walker explains the premise here https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/puzzle-series-vol-5-slitherlink-review
  11. It might be hard to organise now but try to find someone else who hasn't played the multiplayer campaign of Portal 2 and play it using no voice chat but sign language. I did this with a friend a few years back and it's still a highlight in my playing history. The final puzzle had us stumped for almost half an hour before we figured it out.
  12. Jim has finally given in to pressure and has released a politics free video. Ten years ago he did the same thing when reviewing FF13. https://www.destructoid.com/stories/100-objective-review-final-fantasy-xiii-179178.phtml
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