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  1. Fair enough. I thought it was one of the best anti suicide messages I've heard.
  2. That 'View From Half Way Down' poem. Damn. The penultimate episode is amazing but it put me in a genuinely low mood.
  3. I don't get what was in the latest update to make it 40gb. I also don't know why they won't let me uninstall the campaign so I don't have to have the game installed on it's own SSD.
  4. I, unfortunately, refunded it because I got that wonky physics tech demo vibe. The first hour of the game is a bunch of rooms full of physics demos and not much else, so it seems to at least know what it is. I'm not a fan of the direction they took of having your player character body exist as a physics object in the world either, with hands getting caught on stuff and nudging tables with your torso sending them flying. The art style is like a blander Half Life 2, the sound effects are a bit limp and I'm not a fan of the way the weapons handle. It's very good for something a small team put together but it has been hyped up way more than it deserves. [edit] Also with an Oculus controller you un-holster weapons by squeezing the grip and the trigger together, so you're basically pulling the trigger to pick the gun up which is weird.
  5. This is brilliant! I should probably invest in a VR face thing cover though given how much of a sweat I work up. I've been in a tussle with a couple of other players for the #1 leader board position for hard difficulty Replicants and it's getting a bit stressful now since it's getting harder and harder to eek out those extra points. I've played through the level so many times I can take out a good chunk of the bad guys without looking at them. I left it with me in second place last night but no doubt I'm way down the list now.
  6. Poker Stars VR is, bizarrely, my most played VR game and that has a Quest release (I think). It's just poker (but on space stations or in the Phantom Zone) but it really nails the social side of VR and I've had a lot of laughs playing with randoms. It's also free, which is always nice. A VR Rllmuk poker game might be a giggle.
  7. Grade A examples were £8, so the savings aren't to be sniffed at.
  8. I'm hoping we get a "perfect" combination headset from them at some point. At the minute comfort, picture quality, tracking quality and these new hand tracking advancements are spread out unequally, with some of the older headsets doing things better than the new ones. The Quest would be the one to go for without question (with the lInk) if it had the 90hz refresh rate and weight distribution of the CV1 and the extra on board tracking camera of the S. Fingers crossed for the Quest 2.
  9. BoggyB

    Megadrive Mini

    The tower thing is quite a nice little package. It’s got a cool little book of technical drawings that has this note chart at the end. What’s it meant to be? https://ibb.co/fHydWZR
  10. I just picked up my LE copy! I also just remembered I sold my Switch when I moved house to pay for the moving truck! Hurray! I’ll just pretend I’m playing it on the gameboy shaped case I guess.
  11. Well that sucks, I found a player with no discs just now. £5 though! Pioneer CLD 770, built in July 1994 if the sticker on the back isn’t lying to me. I don’t know where to start with it. It’s 240v with a 2 prong plug but I don’t have a screen with an rgb input anymore. No idea if it works either, so I’ve probably bought myself a little project.
  12. BoggyB

    Megadrive Mini

    Amazon JP. I got in before the scalpers did, fortunately.
  13. BoggyB

    Megadrive Mini

    I thought I'd gotten out of the habit of buying pointless plastic tat but I've ordered one of these with the stack add-ons. It's just too adorable.
  14. You could have flipped that for a few hundred quite easily, working or not. I've been after one for a while, I'd have come over with a bad case of the vapours if I spotted one for £50.
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