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  1. gizmo1990

    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    @Mogster Ahh thanks for that. The cancel button was hidden beyond a scrolling text window on mobile.
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    Wireframe - a new gaming magazine (yes, on real paper)

    @Yiggy I’m in the same position. I hate these auto renewal subscriptions. More so when they don’t even send an email warning you about it. They don’t engender good will with these sort of tactics. I also had a look at their manage subscription link which unsurprisingly doesn’t include a cancel sub function, that I can see at least. Again, another black mark. Does anyone know if there’s a way to cancel the auto renewal online or is it going to require contacting them personally?
  3. If you liked the earlier seasons of GoT rather than the more action orientated, sped up later ones, then yes you'll likely love the books. They are extremely dense at times but Martin writes in such an engaging manner that it all just runs through the gears very smoothly, for me at least. Still, what books? etc etc.
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    Neill Blomkamps..... ROBOCOP!

    Weller sounds like a bit of a dick, tbh. Also, any continuation which wants to airbrush out the sequel is automatically worthy of being ignored as far as I’m concerned. Robo 2 isn’t the classic the original is but it’s still awesome imo.
  5. I think it’s a dragonglass staff type thing. You saw her twirling it in the trailer.
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    Huge Capcom Announcement - Home Arcade

    I’d love the stick to be rotatable to allow games like forgotten worlds.
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    Rian Johnson Star Wars trilogy (now "on hiatus")

    It was always beyond stupid to not have an idea where your story is going. Considering the previous 6 films, the amount of time that's past, the fact that it's the Star Wars franchise and most puzzlingly, the corporate behomoth that is Disney.. it's just bewildering. In hindsight I think at least finding out from Lucas how he wanted to end the Skywalker story, would have been a good idea. And then created a journey towards that. Kinda like has happened with GOT. I doubt they'll go on too much of an hiatus either, gotta wring that franchise for all it's worth!
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    Nintendo Labo VR

    Hope they use this with Animal Crossing, say push a button and it immediately gives you a pov from your character's current position. I wanna be able to converse with Limberg eye to eye!
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    Amazon Prime Video

    Yup. Utterly pointless without Fulton Mackay, for me at least. He just added so much charm to the series.
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    Amazon Prime Video

    Fraggle Rock! Checks out first episode.. no Fulton Mackay. Closes browser window.
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    Nintendo Labo VR

    I'm sure Nintendo will be able to keep the 30fps. But perhaps this also lends extra weight to the switch pro rumours? A pro being able to run the game at 60fps or at a higher res or both?
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    Nintendo Labo VR

    It'll be interesting to see if Nintendo release any further info on this implementation 'before' the release of the Labo kits themselves. I can't help but think that this is simply a good strategy to get more initial Labo customers from the get go. The headline grabbing, FULL ZELDA SUPPORT, conjures all sorts of fantastic images before you stop and think about it for a minute.. Not that I'm suggesting it'll be crap, just not what they're implying currently. Still, I hope it takes off, as a developer the more people with the kits the more you're inclined to develop features for it.
  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwmAWOE5F9o Hmm odd it won't embed. Sorry!
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    Forget Sekiro. GODS just received a Remaster!

    Haha, yeah I saw the Turrican comment and felt exactly the same! Gods, yes it's not a great game but still serviceable imo. But Turrican? That was and still is utterly marvellous.
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