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  1. I really wish this wasn't turn-based. It's ruined the flow of the game for me. I'm enjoying the story, but I just don't find the combat at all engaging.
  2. He was one of the main people on DS9, which was one of the reasons it was so good. He then moved over to Voyager but didn’t get on with the writing team so he left Star Trek. He should have been put in charge of the whole franchise.
  3. This looks like more of the same. Some ‘intergalactic threat’ that will involve lots of intense conversations and space battles. Boring.
  4. I enjoyed the first series of this, but I’m really wishing they focussed more on the space exploration and politics than all the relationships, which are largely very dull.
  5. The second episode was exceptionally boring. I’m not sure what the point of it was.
  6. Isn’t that the way that Google generally develop stuff? Release something in beta and then figure everything out. Problem is that Phil Harrison treated the beta launch for some tech as being the same as launching a new console.
  7. I'm mostly enjoying this, but it's probably the least 'scary' game with a horror style theme I've ever played.
  8. Where have these been circulating? All I can see is stuff about it being renewed for a fourth series.
  9. I’d say that with that episode, Discovery has reached its nadir. However, I’m sure the next episode will prove me wrong. Fucking AWFUL.
  10. Probably, I’ve forgotten how many copies I bought/sold that year!
  11. They seem intent on just repeating the same material ad nauseam. The premise for The Walking Dead: World Beyond is/was potentially interesting. Set some time later where people have rebuilt a semblance of society and have learned how to live with and manage the Dead, there’s a lot of ideas that could be explored. They could maybe think about how the youth that have grown up in this mess are maybe different to those who lived through and survived the original outbreak, or perhaps think about what aspects of earlier civilisation they want to reconnect with, or reject. It doesn
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