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davweb

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  1. Except Guitar Hero without the guitar was Frequency which was ace. I really like it. I assume from the name Harmonix do see it as a follow on from Frequency and Amplitude. I'd love to see Harmonix put this on Xbox Live but I doubt they'd sell a game which lets you add tracks for free when they're rubbing their hands with glee at the thought of all the paid for downloads they'll get with Rockband. I find it works best on Hard with a reasonably fast song so you're clicking like mad. Songs which work best for me so far: Intergalatic - Beastie Boys Babies - Pulp Buggie Running Beeps - Rez Soundtrack I also tried the Allman Brothers' Jessica for a Guitar Hero moment but that turned out to be rather hard.
  2. I have the Shure E2c's, I was dead pleased with them and at Amazon they're in your budget.
  3. davweb

    Bomberman Live

    I on the other hand as a complete norvice are nothing like is good. It is tremendous fun though. I've added most people from the thread so hopefully I'll bump into some of your sometime Shall we organise a tournament for one night next week? How do the tournaments work exactly?
  4. davweb

    Bomberman Live

    Never played Bomberman so I'll be getting this. My gamertag is davweb if anyone wants to add me.
  5. I think it's just so that you can see which ones are the ones you're not sure about. IIRC you have to change the dotted lines to solid ones before you get your Completed!
  6. I've only done up to 33 and unlocked up to 80. Don't suppose you can remember a level of 80 or below where you had to guess? All the puzzles so far seem so well designed that I have to say I'd be surprised if guessing was ever needed. Edit - as Graham said earlier, when you get stuck if you go back and put in all the crosses that you can, the solution often becomes obvious.
  7. For lines you're not sure about. I found it easier just to use L to undo if I'd made a mistake, although I have now realised you never need to guess. Has anyone tried the ranking option that's listed in this menu translation that was linked earlier. I had a quick look and it gave me a terrifying puzzle containing all 1s apart from a couple of 2s. It looks like it'll require serious thought to solve rather than spotting the 0s and 3s and working from there, so it will have to wait until later.
  8. I've used Ladbrokes in the past and liked it. Didn't know they now offered private tourneys. However, I can't make Wednesday night due to unavoidable work commitments.
  9. Wednesdays are bad for me as it's half price night at my snooker club. A set night each week makes sense though.
  10. I don't care we play. It only takes 5 minutes to sign up somewhere new and the affiliate sign up bonus either funds the forum or fills up our season prize fund. I wasn't a big fan of Poker Room but I prefered it to UB to be honest.
  11. I'm definitely up for it. I'd be happy to chip in for a prize fund or possibly even donate a prize.
  12. Not Wednesday please. And MSN is cool with me too obviously. The web version at http://webmessenger.msn.com/ works pretty well for people who don't want to install the full thing.
  13. When people vote for days can they also vote for a chat client? I'm not sure what the options are but I'd go for MSN or Yahoo as they're the ones I have installed.
  14. I can't really complain about my find beat, it was a coin toss and I had my fair share of luck, like when I got that lucky river to give me flush to win all those those chips of ThreeBs who'd just won them in the same fashion. :-)
  15. A nice long heads up Was getting a bit carried away with the swearing too. Perhaps it's because it's a private game I get to use the c-word. You're right about chat Stifler. Maybe we can use MSN or Yahoo?
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