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  1. I bought a second hand xbox years ago just to play burnout 3. Such good fun. Also still have my old UK copy of Burnout on the gamecube. I've always loved arcade racers because, essentially, they are the racers people of my age grew up with. The likes of outrun, super hang on, Top gear etc. Just pure gaming when it boils down to it. Oh, and are you using your own engine for this game or is it something off the shelf? Keep up the good work. Looks bags of mad fun.
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    Battlefield V

    No custom servers yet, at least not on PC anyway.
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    Battlefield V

    My god I have never seen such a wrong opinion in all my life. Mouse and Keyboard, once mastered, is pornographically good. Saying that though you do need a good rig if you want to push 60fps ultra on a super wide. My 1070 just about manages it most of the time.
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    Battlefield V

    Pc version has loads of full servers all the time. You really should get a PC kerraig for BFV on pc. None of that controller rubbish, pure mouse and keyboard goodness. Also playing BFV in ultrawide is lovely.
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    Battlefield V

    Edge gave BFV a 7. Edge are stupid.
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    Battlefield V

    If you set the ray tracing setting to low what performance do you get then? Just wonder for a friend of mine whose nvidia 2080 and developed a fan fault and is getting a replacement. Wonder what kind of performance he will get. Also your benefit today is just from the nvidia patch. The BFV patch should provide further improvements.
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    Battlefield V

    Big jump in RTX performance in tomorrows update. Up to a 50 percent gain in framerate. Even a 2070 can now run raytracing on low at over 60fps. With future improvements, a 2070 might hit 60fps at 1440p.
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    Doctor Who

    That was superb sci-fi. Lovely concept and execution with good character moments as well.
  9. For those on the fence it is well worth it. Brilliant in single player.
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    > Vic & Bobs House Of Fools Official thread

    Why the fuck this is on BBC four I have no idea. Was bloody great.
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    Rllmuk's Official Sales Figures

    Going by past wii figures we can guess that the switch shifted over 800,000 consoles during that period.
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    I was just thinking that. Snes minis can run some N64 games perfectly fine.
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    Sci Fi recommendations

    Finished reading Tracer by Rob Boffard. It's a sci fi thriller set on a space station orbiting earth. It follows three different characters, one the protagonist, the other her friend and the third the villain. Each persons part is written in a different style, 1st person, second person (like the character is being observed) and third person. The chapters are all pretty short and snappy giving the book a very fast paced feel. So far so good you might think and yes...it's very nicely done, but the story itself is a little on the light side as is the characterisation. The author also likes to repeat certain things over and over. For example, he seems to constantly try and drive into your brain that the main character is thirsty a lot. So much so that it feels like the person has trouble retaining any water what so ever. It becomes tiring in the end. You find yourself screaming in your mind "I GET IT! SHE'S FUCKING THIRSTY!" The science part itself is nicely done though. The setup of the station makes sense as does the reason why over a million people are living there. You do get a feeling that it's cram packed and barely holding together. The villain is pretty much a mustache-twirling scumbag with a backstory that does little to make you think "Oh so that's why they are like that!". He's just a bastard and that's it. As per usual there is a twist at the end but it feels a little bit done before. While there is nothing truly bad about the book, and indeed it does have its good points, nothing makes you want to actively go and read it's two sequels. There's no hook from the first book. Given its almost Hollywood blockbuster style you would think the author would have put something in there. All in all, it's okay. Not bad, not great, but nor do I regret reading it.
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    Doctor Who

    One thing that is annoying me is that on youtube I'm constantly seeing clickbait videos fro fucks screaming "Oh doctor who is dying! Its ratings are going down!" etc. Just fuck off. Get to fuckery. It's doing as good as the last series did. You just know people are posting such videos because they hate the idea of a woman being the Doctor.
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    Civilization VI - Civ on the streets, Civ in the sheets

    Basically, fulfill your inner despot. Start off and send out warriors to scout out the local area. Meanwhile, use builders to expand your cities and their resources. Then use settlers to build more cities in good areas. Rinse and repeat. Then find Ghandi and fuck him up. Think of your empire as a plague ready to spread and wipe out anyone who disagrees with you.
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