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  1. I played this a little on launch day, but then went back to finish off the last few things on FH3 I was missing. Coming back to it yesterday, I am presented with an opening screen with Series 1 on it, and seasons, and lots of objectives, and the news that it finishes in 3 days. Can I take it that I'm not going to be able to complete this to win any prizes? Going back to FH2 and FH3 shows you how complicated they've made these games over time. I love playing them but now have a feeling that they're not made for me - someone who doesn't have the time or dedication to win everything.
  2. Images of a man's face being forced onto a spike, straight through an eye socket Images of a man's skull being shattered with blood and brain scattering into the air Images of a man being shot in the face, blood spraying and him collapsing immediately. Sure, very tame.
  3. Completely agree with this. I watched it and thought it's something I'll sit down with my two boys to watch and will do the same with the next episodes - until it got to the MK11 part at which I realised I'm going to have to watch the whole episode each time before I show them so I can skip over stuff that's unsuitable. A bit of a shame, when they could have found a similar match-up for Street Fighter VI or something.
  4. I thought it was illegal to own a Gizmondo and not own a copy of Sticky Balls?
  5. You're missing one. The camera pans across a dark, empty ocean, when suddenly a speedboat burst from the left of the frame, silhouetted against the moon. As we track the boat and zoom out, we see two others chasing it, gaining steadily. Cut to the man piloting the front boat, picking up debris and throwing it at his pursuers, then diving to the floor as they start to shoot at him. He reaches inside his black overalls, and pulls out a pistol from what seems to be a dinner jacket. Hunkered down, holding his boat steady, with the noise of the engine blocking out everything else, he takes aim and shoots at the closest boat - not at its occupants, but at the engine. All too late they realise what he is trying to do, and they start to steer away as the boat is engulfed in flame. The second boat sees this and changes course to protect the engine, but there is no need as, after two more shots, the pistol is empty. A machine gun rings out from the enemy, hitting the fuel line and slowing the engine. Fishing net, crab box, all is thrown overboard but the situation seems hopeless - until suddenly the sea is bathed in light and a small sea plane dives down and tips over the second boat with one of its floats; it circles around and we see it's piloted by a middle-aged lady who drops a grenade to blow up the now capsized boat. As the wreckage settles, the sea plane lands and taxies over to the stopped speedboat. The man picks up his empty gun - but she doesn't know that - and points it at the pilot as she opens the door. "Put it away," she shouts, "or I'll leave you here to get acquainted with the sharks." He lowers his gun and replies, "Who are you?"
  6. I enjoyed this, though it felt a big departure from previous Bond films, likely because of the child dynamic. Bond couldn't be made too vulnerable, but by having him protecting a child he had to significantly change the way he acted. I didn't see the end coming ...
  7. There are a lot of achievements. Maybe it just took a while to code them! https://www.truetrophies.com/game/Mr-Driller-DrillLand-PS4/trophies
  8. Out for Xbox and PlayStation on Thursday: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2021-11-01-mr-driller-drill-land-coming-to-playstation-xbox-this-week
  9. This surely makes it easier when you have different colours rather than just shades of brown.
  10. ADMIN NOTE: this thread was too big and was causing the forum to collapse in on itself. New thread here:
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  12. As you say ... It is absurdly more expensive to operate a website like this in the cloud - several times the cost, and that's even before you take into account that we got a very capable bit of kit donated at a knock-down price. So while the speed difference was welcome, it's just not feasible I'm afraid!
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