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  1. earlymodernsteve

    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    The sound design is incredible. Second only to Senua in my recent experience. Certain oozes and footsteps become etched into your fight or flight response
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    I went Leon then Claire first time through. But mainly because that was the path the demo used. True about the raid mode. Haven't got my hands on that so can confirm or deny nothing.
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    Happy that I can talk about this now It is awesome; everything I was hoping for as a long time Resi nerd. My full review is here if you want my official views but happy to answer specific questions anyone has: https://www.thesixthaxis.com/2019/01/22/resident-evil-2-review/
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    This spoiler is true.
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    My Time At Portia

    It's fantastic. I reviewed it here and called it a must have: https://www.thesixthaxis.com/2019/01/15/my-time-at-portia-review/ The only thing that stopped me playing it at the moment was the review beta not unlocking achievements. Will start it again when I've cleared my current review pile.
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    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    Another day, another completion. This is going to have to slow down soon Nairi: Tower of Shirin (PC): This is an odd one. Pitched as an all ages cartoony point n click but has a few risque moments and some obscure logic puzzles at the end. Pleasant enough, but nothing groundbreaking. It's on Switch too so interesting to see what kind of market it finds over there.
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    Resident Evil 2 Remake

    Yep to the spoiler. Played it twice (first on my US account). Explored for the whole 30 minutes first time then rattled through to the end in 11 minutes. Love the reveals in the end trailer... Sooo hyped.
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    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    Blimey, this year's starting a bit productively... Well, at least as far as backlog clearing goes. Rime (PS4): Had this sat on the HD since it was on PS+ and started it a couple of times before getting distracted and then lost. Rattled through it in a couple of sittings and then went back in to get the Platinum trophy. A wonderful and meditative experience that had a real emotional kick (right in the balls!) Really benefited from the second collectable playthrough as so much of the symbolism was evident that way. Just a beautiful game all around. As usual, don't know whether my emotional response was heightened by being a parent but not ashamed to admit that I shed a fair few tears at the close.
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    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    Not a completion as such, but finished off with Just Deal With It!: a pretty crappy PlayLink card game collection. Only five games and a dodgy app but did as much as was not purely luck based and chalked it up as a completion.
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    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    Hue (PS4): Lovely little colour changing puzzle platformer. Enjoyed this up until the final puzzle which involved a timing mechanic that hadn't been introduced beforehand. Charming story too. May look for the hidden collectables but finished the core game.
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    The £200 introduction to gaming

    Some fab suggestions here. Worth bearing in mind that CEX now add 1.50 per item postage rather than the old flat 2.50. This can really add up when buying a ton of cheap games like I used to
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    What games did you complete? 2019 Edition

    I got distracted last year and finished games for reviews rather than keeping proper track of them. Let's try and be more organised: Last night but counting it as it was 2019 somewhere by then: Gravity Rush (Vita): Took me a while to adjust to the gravity shifting and spent a long time at the beginning just floating around but once I got the hang of it this became a joy. Didn't clear all the challenges as wasn't good enough at the time trials but will replay on PS4 with the kids. This morning: Titanfall 2 (PS4): picked this up for £4 and rattled through the campaign. Wished I'd put the difficulty higher as it was mostly a breeze but really enjoyed a great and tightly focused single player mode. Not going to bother with multiplayer (although might dip in for the trophies) but will reinstall at some point to try it at Master difficulty.
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    Coffee

    Not had that issue myself. Maybe you're overfilling it? Love my Moka. Just make sure you use a medium heat otherwise it's easy to burn your coffee. Enjoy
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    Steam

    Going through bundle duplicates. If I had a title that was on your wishlist and you're my friend on Steam then I will have sent it to you direct. Merry Christmas: Skullgirls Deadlight Finding Teddy Evoland Dead In Bermuda Freaking Meatbags Kill The Bad Guy Bullshot KickBeat Steam Edition The Inner Darkness Dead Effect 2 The Last Door - Collector's Edition Dead Age Neverending Nightmares Bulb Boy Black Sails - The Ghost Ship Of Orcs And Men Good Robot Shadow Blade: Reload FORCED: Slightly Better Edition Gray Matter Zombie Vikings Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You Super House of the Dead Ninjas Wuppo Pathologic Classic HD World to the West Screencheat Apotheon Super Rude Bear Resurrection Else Heart.Break() Westerado: Double Barreled Volgarr the Viking PM with requests but maybe post here too so people know what's been bagsied whilst I try to keep the list updated. Obviously busy given time of year. Merry Christmas to you all
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    Steam Secret Santa 2018

    Putting a pile of Steam duplicate bundle codes in the main thread if anybody fancies a looksie. Sent games already to anybody who had titles from my bag on their wishlist Merry Christmas to you all.
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