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Percy Filth

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  1. That only changes the size of the subtitles, the item descriptions remain tiny.
  2. Last time I played it (xbox one) it crashed twice within an hour (ish) I want to like it but.... Good luck to you... -edit, that was 2 months ago
  3. I think it's entirely possible I played New Vegas and chose the least interesting paths... I think I played it wrong, basically The story (or stories, as it works out) where OK for a video game but had more ambition than payoff. Its still the same open world RPG mechanics from F3, and there's a lot extra crafting nonsense. .
  4. 3 I reckon. 1&2 are so old now you really have to lower your expectations of the technical aspects and get into the story. New Vegas is more complex In terms of story (your choices make more of an impact) but I didn't find it as satisfying. 4 is a shiny new version of 3, but still quite janky and over simplified in some ways. Fallout 76 is broken in so many ways, don't start with that. *Fallout 3 is one of my favourite games of all time, but it's never looked great. It does the atmospheric thing very well though.
  5. This film has so many problems I'm amazed I finished watching it. The plot, acting, sound mix and the pacing were all so poor I spent an hour and half wishing I hadn't bothered starting to watch it. I was just hoping it would get better. It did, kind of. The last 20 minutes were just as derivative and daft as the preceding hour but had far less baggage and more J K Simmons so I kind of enjoyed it.
  6. When you first start, there's plenty of bots in solo mode. They pretty much count as target practice, and they're so useless you can probably win the first game you play. It's only after the first game or two that proper matchmaking gets introduced.
  7. The first save point is about an hour into the game, unfortunately. Not the best introduction is it… to be honest, I’d use a guide for the first section, it’s not as difficult as it seems once you learn to dodge.
  8. Well that's the point, you're supposed to be interested enough to click on the links that come up. So Microsoft coverage of DOTA league gets more interested parties etc Clicks = money
  9. It's not the default mode, but even the 'casual' mode has problems introducing you to the game. You can set off in the wrong direction and not find anything to do - probably best to play with a guide for the first hour or so. It's not a game for everyone to be honest.
  10. It’s very pretty, but I found the combat (I.e. the actual game) extremely annoying. Also the valour I accrued didn’t seem to get carried across to the Game Pass rewards app. Deleted.
  11. I think so, it's just a bit of a disappointment if you expect to get the same amount of satisfaction that Fallout 3/New Vegas gave at the time. It has a lot of unnecessary additions such as base building, and the dialogue options / different paths to take are simplified to a near brain dead level.
  12. I don't think that's true to be honest. The original (PS2) version is the most atmospheric and weird, the remake takes off the weirdness filter and just let's you experience the story and gameplay. And its a pretty awful copy of Resident evil, gameplay wise.
  13. Maybe worth it, the battle pass lets you do the challenges (grind for xp, or get points for playing different ways) The game doesn't actually change with or without, but I found it more fun once I was getting those achievements, points and skins.
  14. Go for it, it's easy to enjoy casually (and you might even win a few games) - whether or not you want to persevere depends on the building mechanics.
  15. You'll need to do the 10.99 one now. Those 14 day codes only work on new accounts so don't bother trying with an existing account.
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