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rllmuk

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  1. Brad’s face tells it all. Ben is completely insufferable. He lacks any form of filter. hurrr hurrr
  2. Remaining optimisitic. Available via Game Pass so nothing to lose.
  3. Thanks I'll go with the Switch version. Its a good holiday game!
  4. Hows framerate? I'm torn between Switch and Pro atm. I fancy it for the Switch.
  5. Ben has returned. Back to ignoring the majority of their content.
  6. Fanstastic news. I will actually listen to it.
  7. What we really need is a port of Atari's Hard Drivin' ;p In all seriousness this is a lovely game and well worth £5.99. I hope Sega continues with Sega Ages - I'd kill to see Daytona/Daytona 2. Maybe even the Model 3 Scud Racer. Why stop there - Namco! Get into this action with Ridge Racer and Rave Racer ports. Sorry, I realise this post is more a wish list rather than me talking about the game itself.
  8. Thinking on getting back into D2 with the expansion coming up. Haven't really touched it this year. I take it I've missed alot lol.
  9. The developers are useless wankers.
  10. Its going to be a long 8-10 months of fanboys arging over which console will be the more powerful. Hurry up the official reveals/solid leaks to put the matter to bed once and for all. I'll be buying both so I don't really have a horse in this race, but I would be surprised if Scarlett didn't end up being the more "powerful". Especially if the rumours are true about it using Navi 20. Rumours, rumours, rumours...
  11. I think its pretty safe to say the two SKU approach with Scarlett is dead.
  12. Very true. Games media is also changing with publishers/developers beginning to get much more mileage out of streaming, influencers and talking to their potential customers directly - rather than via traditional outlets and reviews. Dr Disrespect streaming Apex has a bigger impact than a Gamespot 10/10.
  13. It has little impact on consumers as there is no requirement to purchase a game on launch day. A consumer can choose to use their own initiative, knowledge and experience to form their purchasing decision, which in my opinion is far more valuable than relying on what a freelancer thinks. There are also many other avenues open to help get more information and a feel of a game. Take Pedro, plenty of gameplay videos out there showing the mechanics. I also prefer reviews being "held" back by an embargo. Much more preferable than the olds days when [insert outlet] got an exclusive headstart review for clicks- talk about biased coverage. Everyone's thoughts/coverage hits at once.
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