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  1. Not as big but Trials Evo leaked online four months before its XBLA release, there was a lot of anger at the time as it meant certain riders got on it to practice for months and decimated the leaderboards on launch day.
  2. Saint Maud is a masterpiece. Holy shit.
  3. Being PC only I did a 'cleanse' at the start of Jan and deleted every single game off my drives. I've a backlog of about 150 games as I dont subscribe to gamepass or any subscription service as itll just artifically amplify how many I have. Original plan was to play through alphabetically, store to store, but after getting to C via Epic I realised there were whole sessions booting shit I'm not arsed about. So now I just download what I feel I wanna play. I'm fairly blessed in I can download almost any game, even mental installs in about an hour or so. If its a gaming d
  4. Im watching a streamer play it on a similar build, even at 1080, RT off its a stuttery mess. Yet another shite PC port. Not that I find it being a game I'll ever play, looks wonderfully dull so far.
  5. I forgot I had this on pre-order from cdkeys despite never having played a Hitman. I have paid the tenner for Hitman 2 levels on Epic and as such now have every level and mission across all 3 as they give the Hitman 1 pass for free. Downloading now. The amount of content is insane for like 50 quid.
  6. Get on November, Sauna and Koko-di Koko-da next if you like these kinda things. https://m.imdb.com/title/tt6164502/ https://m.imdb.com/title/tt1124394/ https://m.imdb.com/title/tt9355200/
  7. I was top 10 global for a good while on Virtua Tennis 3 on 360 so that probably. Have a mean Nadal. Aside from that probably Trials or any of the Golf Club games.
  8. Genuinely feel with each subsequent session that this will end up in my favourite games of all time. Have to pull myself away each time. The world, the soundtrack, the missions, the side quests, the little side things for the police/fixers, the NPCs you see and chat with and the way they carry themselves like actual people. Loving every single second. As others have mentioned it feels like a spiritual succession to the Deus Ex series, which are some of my favourite games. I've encountered a few niggling bugs but not enough to dampen the absolute delight I ha
  9. CP2077 will never be the most broken game when we live in a world where Myth II: Soulblighter would wipe your entire hard drive, windows install and all, if you tried to uninstall it.
  10. I don't think it helped that half of what I 'found' in TW3 was just some more ruins, or a shack or something. The Witcher sense is an okay mechanic but the equivalent in this is finding random shards during a small side mission that add to the structure and tale of it. Its just a different mechanic. Writing and environment will be personal preference as in general I hate an old school fantasy setting. Castles and old market towns and kings and queens bore me to tears. The Red Baron was class though. The plot beats and characters you meet in CP2077, for me, are unsurpass
  11. Its Witcher 3 in a different world and similarly broken as that was in launch. Witcher's 3 world is very flat, people seem to really hold that to some esteem but aside from NPCs in the quests/sidequests, the one's pottering about add absolutely nothing but set dressing. Same as with this. Yes theres loads of NPCs but bar saying a hello or something they add nothing after the first half hour of gawping. They are pathed a little better but still nothing to write home about. In the Witcher 3 its go from quest to quest, same as here. Unless you want to explore a world that
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