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RubberJohnny

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  1. I thought Dirt5 was already confirmed, it was at that initial June event where they emphasised everything was Game Pass Day 1. And AC was there too, or was supposed to be.
  2. The forum could probably buy Sega if we had a whip-round.
  3. You should probably buy an office chair that's actually designed by like physiotherapists and so on, than a gamer chair whose selling point is it looks like a race car.
  4. Why do all these “confirmed!” posts never confirm anything?
  5. That's a bit of an unusual response, am I missing some history here with him and Zenimax?
  6. Microsoft never owned Bizarre Creations though? They were independent until bought by Activision in 2008, who killed them two years later.
  7. Skyrim sold 20 million copies, fairly sure that's not a niche or old fashioned series, or something that'll be going away.
  8. That doesn't seem to be the way the industry is going, Sony is getting out their chequebook for plenty of timed exclusives or console exclusives to make their box look more attractive, and Microsoft sees the advantage in bringing a lot of exclusive content for GamePass. I think you're going to see a lot more of this.
  9. So same with FFXVI exclusivity? Didn't see a lot of people bemoaning that.
  10. Ninja Theory, Playground Games, Undead Labs, Compulsion Games, Obsidian Entertainment, inXile Entertainment. Basically only the Psychonauts guys who haven't, and that was due to Covid delays.
  11. Also wow that's a lot of RPGs now, Avowed, Wasteland, Outer Worlds, Fable, Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Starfield, etc. Can probably consolidate a few of those, given they were knock-off Fallouts to begin with.
  12. Gotta spend those billions you saved on not buying Tiktok, I guess.
  13. Holy shit, that's not playing around. EDIT: Also surprising after Deathloop went PS5 exclusive.
  14. Tell Me Why - Not played any of these Dontnod games, and honestly not that impressed by this. I know these games tend to be on the slower side, but boy, I expected some sort of drive to the plot, or one at all. Two twins return home after a decade of not having seen each other, to a house where some sort of incident played out that resulted in their separation and the death of their parent. By exploring the house you learn that their mother loved them, was supportive of them, but was also desperately poor, struggling to make ends meet and maybe also had some sort of substance abuse
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