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shirubagan

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  1. I played a bit before work and just now and just completed Avarice. This is really very fun and full of great little touches. Excellent little game.
  2. Installed it earlier and played the tutorials. Looks nice. Reeks of mobile monetisation, which is off-putting.
  3. It's utter bullshit that it can't be bought. I did find that OutRun 2006 Coast 2 Coast works on 360 via back compat, so track down a copy of that if you can
  4. The Castle boss kicked my arse this morning. I should have added a stat point to attack instead of speed.
  5. Put my deposit down. Q2 2022 is no good to me. I need to spend money on stuff this tax year!
  6. I’m really digging this. Played 30-45 mins and it really does feel like an extended Zelda dungeon. Not too many enemies, but really easy to get complacent and die. The tone is very spot-on. Bleak. Futile. Gallows humour. It’s the hope that kills you kind of thing. The art direction is also lovely. Well worth the purchase.
  7. Played the first 10 mins. Really loving the aesthetic, the controls are really responsive, first boss was 100% Zelda. I can tell this is going to be a lot of fun.
  8. List: 27. Batman The Telltale Series – The Enemy Within (Xbox, GWG) This is much better than the first, but I found myself giving less of a toss about the characters as I don't really care for any of them. Thankfully it was a lot less buggy than the first game. There was nothing wrong with the game at all and it tried to be a lot more interactive than most TT games, though personally I found it was just OK.
  9. I fished my 360 out of the garage and spent an hour getting the bastard online so I could play this again.
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