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  1. Fortnite

    I didn't get Along with it at all at first either, and some games now still last a minute or two if you are unlucky enough to land in a crowded area. I tend to try to pick somewhere slightly off from the buses route and prefer places like retail row, pleasant park or loot Lake where you can usually get fairly well armed before you get into the action. Look for signs that other people are in the vicinity as you move, ramps being built, open doors, obviously footsteps etc... Don't stand still out in the open because you're likely to be sniped very quickly. Obviously learn to build (which I'm shocking at but am trying) which affords you cover in a gunfight. And learn which weapons are worth having and which should be left where they are, the colour of the weapon is important but also a variety of weapons for various situations. Lastly, though hopefully other people will add more useful tips, if youre not good at shooting accuracy at first then be careful at taking a potshot at someone who hasn't seen you in the far distance because more often than not they are like chuck norris and will immediately turn around, locate you and destroy you. Wait until you've got sufficiently close to them to have a reasonable chance of landing your shots. You'll die a lot, an awful lot. But over time you get closer to the elusive win.
  2. Kindle shop Recommendations

    The force by Don Winslow, who also wrote the cartel and the power of the dog, is on sale for £1.99 today in the kindle daily deal. If you haven't already read it then do, it's fantastic.
  3. Fortnite

    I'd previously been in the top two twice and both times I panicked. One time I had severely injured the guy and had the higher ground and still managed to whip out my pickaxe at a vital moment. When I finally won, I tried to call my son from upstairs in the final 30 seconds but all that came out was a strangled, pathetic cry.
  4. Fortnite

    I'd love a code if there were any still left. Thanks
  5. Fortnite

    243 games and I finally won one. Largely stayed out of trouble though I gotta three kills along the way and acquired a grenade launcher with dozens of grenades. The final battle was just me lobbing loads of grenades at the other guys tower until it collapsed and I finished him off far easier than most of my battles. So proud.
  6. Good recent(ish) horror books?

    I enjoyed the first half of Heklas children, but the second half meandered away I thought I enjoyed the first half of Heklas children, but the second half meandered away I thought. I agree thatthe author was trying for a Clive Barker type story but it didn't have that sort of quality. I also got it for 99p and it was definitely worth a quid though.
  7. Good recent(ish) horror books?

    Bird box is excellent. Can I recommend Dark matter by Michelle Paver... A ghost story set in the Arctic... Its a cracking read.
  8. Good recent(ish) horror books?

    I finished the silent companions by Laura Purcell and can recommend it very highly. It's the story of a young widow who travels to to her late husbands country estate. There is definitely something wrong in the house. It was genuinely unsettling at times and I powered through it.
  9. What are you reading at the moment?

    As much as I enjoyed Heart shaped box and Nos4r2, I couldn't get on with the fireman at all. I'm not sure if he was trying to channel his dad but it was a sub par effort.
  10. What are you reading at the moment?

    Finished The Force by Don Winslow last night, (he wrote the power of the dog and the cartel which as I'm sure most people know are fantastic) It was as expected, excellent. Narrower in scope than the two above but very focused on the NYPD and corruption. I'd be ridiculously surprised if it didn't end up as a huge Hollywood film. I'd recommend buying it as soon as possible. Also, just looking through my kindle library... I have to recommend Dark matter by Michelle Paver.. An arctic ghost story that was creepy and well written. Several notches above most of the horror novels I've read in the last few years
  11. The Trailer Park Boys

    Absolutely awful. It's a shame most people won't get to see him because tpb is fairly niche viewing, because he was absolutely hilarious, particularly in the earlier seasons.
  12. Stephen King's It - 2017

    Just back from watching this. They captured the feel of the book as well as you could have hoped for given the inevitable need to miss several scenes of the novel out. Importantly the tone felt right and Derry was very much as I imagined from the book. Can't say I found it particularly scary but it certainly had a creepy vibe throughout. The kids acting, particularly Beverly was excellent
  13. Kindle shop Recommendations

    There are some fantastic books in the kindle monthly sale at the moment.. The Cartel by Don Winslow is wonderful (although it is the second in the series, the power of the dog being the first). The passage by Justin Cronin The North water by Ian mcGuire which is excellent The bone clocks by David Mitchell Wolf of the Plains by Conn Iggulden Middlesex by Jeffrey Euginedes The amazing adventures of Kavalier and clay by Michael Chabon There are lots more but these are the ones that I would highly recommend.. All are between 99p and £1.99
  14. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia!

    Season 12 available on Netflix from May 7th (UK obviously) according to Glenn Howerton who should know.
  15. The Perfect Scene

    The phone call to Dimitri in Dr Strangelove. How they pulled off hilarious comedy whilst delivering unimaginably awful news is incredible.
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