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  1. Watched the first three episodes episodes of this: Episode 1 started out very shakily. The fight with the shields and electric pike things looked weird and awkward as well. If they were supposed to be assassins then like I dunno, make the electricity in the things repeatedly prodding them with actually lethal? Still, it had some interesting things set up. Episode 2 was far far better. It felt like a good episode of Mandalorian basically. The whole learning to live with Tuskens, then the excitingly done train heist sequence with characters involved it's made you care about. All great. Episode 3: what the ever loving fuck. And what are those punk kids out of a different universe supposed to be. Bobba wanders around being a weak ass motherfucker. A wild Danny Trejo appears for a brief fun interlude, but then it's capped by one of the worst chase scenes ever. With those kids on their completely immersion breaking Futurama hover scooter things. What the fuck are they doing? Oh also, Bobba Fett awkwardly apologising to a bloke with a robo eye when he says to keep an eye on someone, in case they took offense. What. Fett has gone soft, or is an impostor. The script has been quite bad honestly.
  2. I've suddenly realised Halo Infinite is definitely the best of the Halo series.
  3. Yeah there are a few subtle things like that that have raised the game in my estimation since finishing it, on reflection. It's why it's my favourite written game of 2021.
  4. What is Nvidia Reflex? I would guess it's just from playing in 60fps if you hadn't been before.
  5. Yeah that "feature" was genuinely surprising and delightful.
  6. Yeah unless suddenly From have made heavy attack damage and speed directly proportional to how much you press in a trigger (how awesome and From would that be?) I think digital triggers will work very well for a new Souls game.
  7. Patience, my love. Keep an eye on the Games of the Year thread.
  8. I don't usually watch behind the scenes stuff with actors in shows like this as it often feels like it breaks the magic of the immersion a little bit when you see the actors outside of a show, but I made an exception just now and what a lovely bunch they are. The excitement is infectious. Especially Tipper's.
  9. I don't think I've seen Gloomhaven mentioned in here yet. I've been playing the full release extensively since it came out, for literally dozens of hours. I would now rather play it than the physical board game, with any number of players, including solo. It's just one of the best digital adaptations of a table top game I've ever played.
  10. Trying to make a story with your guesses is the new meta.
  11. Reading what they're saying in that interview there is very encouraging, as it sounds like their intentions are very clear and they started as they mean to go on, it's just a case of getting it green lit and funded.
  12. I wonder how many people voting for the N64 pad spent their time trying to play games with their left hand around the left prong rather than the middle one.
  13. I never put the actual word even in my spoilers, as time zone differences and spoilers always load open at first on mobile.
  14. The problem I have with the
  15. Muahahaha. I mean the question came up in my head the other day because I wanted my Elden Ring experience to be perfect and couldn't decide what would suit it best. It just made me wonder if PC users have one that wins out over the others, as most people on here have multiple consoles they will have cannibalized the pads from. I played other From games with: Dark Souls 1, 2, 3, Sekiro - Xbox 360 pad on PC Dark Souls Remastered and Bloodborne - DS4 (both on the PS4 obviously) My 360 pad is just starting to not function properly though, but it's lasted literally thousands of hours since the early 2000s. A real workhorse.
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