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    Lucky finds to look out for in Japan

    Some of the Japan-only NGPC games are worth a bit and can be pretty cheap, with the added bonus of them being small. I found WonderSwan stuff to be interesting. Nothing worth a load of money, but quite widely available and cheap.
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    Forza Horizon 4 - Open-UK Racing

    I have no idea what the online thing was that I just took part in. Apologies for my silence - I don’t play multiplayer so have no mic. I didn’t even have game audio as I was listening to the footy. Quite tough using manual gears with no audio!
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    Forza Horizon 4 - Open-UK Racing

    Couldn’t you do that in 3, only it wasn’t free? It’s still a faff though - I almost always want to return to driving the previous car. The Crew 2 can switch vehicles near-instantaneously - would be great to have the same in Forza for favourite vehicles.
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    Forza Horizon 4 - Open-UK Racing

    It’s a shame they still haven’t figured out that I want to be driving the car I drove to get to the event after the event, not whatever shite it made me use for the event.
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    PlayStation VR

    Astro Bot from Monster-shop arrived today (first class, despite them saying 48 hours), so they get a thumbs-up from me.
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    Dirt Rally 2.0

    https://www.usgamer.net/articles/dirt-rally-20-has-no-vr-support-planned
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    PlayStation VR

    Played some Tetris Effect and Blood & Truth at EGX today. Tetris is an odd one - it really didn’t feel like it benefitted from being in VR. There’s definitely some Lumines in there with the way the music is integrated. I’m shit at Tetris, but it felt like standard Tetris with the addition of a piece-switching function (swap the current piece for one you ‘banked’ earlier) and the Zone thingy to retain line clears over a certain time period. Blood and Truth felt like a routine cover shooter, but I didn’t really get to play much. Tracking was bloody terrible in the NEC, probably due to the lighting. Gunplay and reloading felt fine, although the aiming with the pistol did feel a little off. Not sold on it yet, but I assume there’s a bit more variety in the final game. Most popular game there was Beat Saber. Astrobot seemed to be the least popular.
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    Trials Rising

    On the Ubi forums some people have success with deleting the save and then disabling their network connection after launching the game. Some have also had success with removing and re-downloading the game. Both are more effort than I’m willing to put in, so it’s gone. Hopefully the public beta will be more stable.
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    Trials Rising

    I have codes also. PM me if you also want to hit the bug that prevents you from getting off the easy tracks...
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    Trials Rising

    Read somewhere it was 12CET for Europe, so that’d be 11am BST
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    PlayStation VR

    SuperHyperCube is down to a fiver now on PSN
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    What games did you complete? 2018 Edition

    It’s an Oculus exclusive, I think.
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    Gaming things you regret buying...

    I’m fairly sure the PS2 let you output through RF, too, which almost no DVD player would let you do. I sold so many of them for that reason alone when I worked at Curry’s. It’s weird, but there’s really not a lot I can think of that I regret buying. Link to the Past on GBA was bought at launch for RRP, but I really couldn’t get into it at all. I almost never buy at RRP, which is why that stands out.
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    The Crew 2

    Just picked it up on Xbox. Anything I should know going into it? Played the first one pretty extensively.
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    Neo Geo Appreciation Thread

    Yeah, the slimline was jap only. Nicer in the hand fo sho.
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