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    Baba Is You (PC, Switch) - 13th March - Baba Is Not Sekiro

    I only got that one because of the level name hint. Level: My solution:
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    Baba Is You (PC, Switch) - 13th March - Baba Is Not Sekiro

    Is this happening because of the belt?
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    Baba Is You (PC, Switch) - 13th March - Baba Is Not Sekiro

    There are so many levels I would never have finished without the clue in the name.
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    Baba Is You (PC, Switch) - 13th March - Baba Is Not Sekiro

    Progressive hints for that puzzle:
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    Baba Is You (PC, Switch) - 13th March - Baba Is Not Sekiro

    This game is the experience of programming distilled - you feel like a genius, you feel like a moron, you hit a wall and have to walk away from a problem for a bit.
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    Baba Is You (PC, Switch) - 13th March - Baba Is Not Sekiro

    Already totally stumped on this extra level (LAKE-EXTRA 2: SUNKEN TEMPLE) The previous one had the same wall/crab/flag layout and made me feel dead smart, now... not so much.
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    Songs about the loss of faith or challenging old gods

    Discovering anti-religion songs as a teenager when you lived in a country which was dominated by it \m/ Also, Ghost: the topic.
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    The Alan Partridge Thread

    This country... (Recalling the reception IAP series 2 got as well)
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    I could never "do" Wario's Woods, Treasure Stack looks like that with bells on.
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    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    My daughter's well on with her replay through BotW as Linkle, getting all the armour she can and doing the end-game stuff she didn't do before like powering up the master sword and (in-progress) getting the Master Cycle. She's even found some stuff wandering about Hyrule this time which none of us saw before on the hundreds of hours we've played already. One of her favourite things is putting sets of armour together, playing with the dye system and making sets which match her favourite weapons, and the Linkle mod seems to have custom armour for every piece in the game (and some weapons), which she's over the moon about. I've disabled rain and enabled infinite hearts, stamina, weapon durability and abilities, so it's just a joy to blast through the best game ever again without restrictions.
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    The most beautiful song you ever heard

    I watched The Leftovers for the first time this week and it was basically Emotional Scenes To Listen To One Of Your Favourite Songs To: The Series Edit: I've never seen this played live and just found this video, uploaded last month. I'm sitting here at 3 in the morning greeting at her expression from 5:08
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    The Alan Partridge Thread

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    Monster Hunter: World

    Pretty much, but he can be tricky with the bow as you need to be close enough to get in the sweet spot, range-wise, which gives you less time to run sideways from his charges. Practicing being at that range without trying to attack him will give you a good feel for how much time you have to let loose on him and how many shots is one too many. Lances and ice bowguns absolutely wreck him.
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    Final Fantasy VII (SEVEN)

    Any word if this will be the same as the PS4 version? The "cheats" in that make it a tempting prospect to finally re-play FFVII. The ability to speed up with game without speeding the music up is
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    Silly mistakes by companies that should know better

    I thought the self-appointed hardcore were supposed to be all about game mechanics? The stuff Wii Music does to allow you to compose and perform your own take on a song despite being anchored to the same base track as everyone else is really interesting. Shame it never got a sequel.

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