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  1. 3>1>2 for me. Three really benefits from the splashy HD update and the world felt much more realise and all the systems are neater and tidier - mission dialogue and characters are funnier too. One I played near its launch and felt fresh at the time. Two I played recently - I felt like they made it much harder and there was a lot of quite boring dungeon crawling - I'm not playing pikimin to spend a lot of time underground, I want to be in a jungle moving giant packets of frosties around. I wouldn't pay £50 for any game so its a bit moot but at £30 that seems like fair value and I'd deffo encourage anyone who hasn't played to have a go, its glorious and 3 is a great place to start. The Eurogamer review is excellent: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2013-07-10-pikmin-3-review and the opening paragraph is spot on:
  2. I really liked APM's story, and then it got even better when I googled the accompanying sound track.
  3. Ahah thanks @Danster - I hope you don't mind a few well intended jibes - I bought your book on Amazon to say sorry. I've read and re-read your entry and I like it, but is it supposed to be obvious what is actually happening, or is that more up in the air? It feels a bit like an AI or someone dealing with intense anxiety, but I hoped I hadn't missed something obvious with the 'click'. It was satisfying that my writing and grammar has improved to the extent that when I said 'you haven't used a full stop for 6 lines' I actually had used two and had to go back to edit them out, which would not have happened circa 2005.
  4. It's an abomination, particularly in worms of all things
  5. Doom - but you can talk to the monsters.
  6. It used to be a two litre bottle of cola and a frenzy, I'm about to find out what it is now!
  7. I'm going to @ all the old gang in a moment! Sorry if I've missed anyone - it's funny in my head there were only ever about 3 people doing it but there were loads - Dansters thread compilation thread from 2012 made this easier, sorry if I've missed anyone. @dainty @vamecum @Sarah Sundae @Swallow @the anti-lfj @toythatkills @Rev @RL666 @InsideOutBoy @Jab @Lorfarius@Untogether @chris on the moon @holly @Rowan Morrison @Delargey @GODSTEETH @Monkeyboy @Sonic.Mirrorz @GViper @Fry Crayola @Faerie @Danster @Rob Rule @metallicfrodo @hombre_hompson @c-cat114 @Wolfshoes @Argh @ann coulter @John0 @ZOK @donpeartree@Timmo@stan@sir stiff_one@murray@Qazimod @rumblecat
  8. After 600 or so hours, I'm pretty confident Steam will be giving me my money back on this one. I need something fucking back from those 600 hours other than despair and a vague sense of unease.
  9. I've just started playing this at the moment and have a question - how does the PVP work? We did our very first mission last night and got killed immediately on our return to drop off - fair enough its a pirate game. I want to know - How does the levelling / item strength work? It seems like we could get into a loop of going out for first mission, coming back and being picked off by level 100 pirates. How do I know what level they are? I do want some of that interaction so don't want to turn it off completely, but at the expense of any progress.
  10. I am well into this, if you are looking for a distraction this is it and co-op is great, up to 4 players too, but you'll need to be with someone you can spend a lot of time with probably.
  11. Interestingly the film will appear to have the lasted the half life of uranium during watching.
  12. A second for this being terrible and anything that is nicely shot is definitely ripped from every other much better sci-fi film. There was one good eye popping scene but not worth sitting through hours of dreary nothing.
  13. johnj

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    Oi if you're doing sea of thieves call me
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