Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Interests
    Xbox One, Real Ale, Wolverhampton Wanderers, guitars, bad quality jokes

Recent Profile Visitors

5,860 profile views
  1. How do I get out of this chicken shit outfit?
  2. I've never played a Hitman game either
  3. Think I might give Sniper Elite 4 a try - it sounds ace. Never played any of the series before so I'm going into it completely fresh.
  4. It's almost as if the list was done in chronological order.....
  5. 2. How Not To Be a Professional Football by Paul Merson I only paid a pound for this in a Kindle sale and it's really not worth that much. The reason - Paul Merson is a prick. This book has anecdote after anecdote from his life as a professional, but there are 2 glaring issues with them. 1. It's so incredibly badly written and 2. there's no hint of remorse or guilt whatsoever. Some of the pranks he played, and some of the strops he had over not being selected etc etc are so puerile and in some cases just downright nasty but it's all 'bantz' innit. I like to read th
  6. 6. Titanfall 2 (XB1) I've had this gathering dust for ages and ages - bought for £2.99 from The Game Collection or some other such place. I've always known it was good, but as the Rllmuk Hive Mind has been so insistent that it's better than just good - so time to dig it out and finish it. The Rllmuk Hive Mind is correct - Titanfall 2 is better than good, it is brilliant. In a generation of futuristic FPS games which muscle-laden protagonists, if you judge a book by it's cover, there doesn't appear to be anything out of the ordinary here. This opinion changes pretty
  7. Anyone fancy a voyage this evening? Not been on all week so I fancy a few beers and high jinks on the seas.
  8. True - especially if you're in 2nd place and it's right before the final corner of the race..... Happened to me last night. I guffawed.
  9. It's definitely changed how and what I buy. I have a GPU sub for myself and a separate one for my son, who has an xbox here and at his mum's (50/50 split between households). So he can play on his account at both houses. My stepdaughter lives here all the time, and I've set the Xbox in her room as the 'home' console so she can share my GPU sub. So because of this, all 3 of us can play any Game Pass games together for a total of around £20 a month (less than that in reality with the XBL Gold £1 trick I did when I signed up). When you think how many games th
  10. Huh - what??! I must have missed this. Seriously? Thought it'd have been a while until that arrived on GP.
  11. Thanks to Game Pass I've had a good go on this and it's such a laugh. It's a shame the UI, music, menus etc are so archaic - I really think it lets the game down somewhat. The way it's all laid out in the career mode for example feels a bit messy and haphazard. The most important thing though is how it plays and I really do enjoy it. Getting the right drift on a corner to either avoid a collision or to line up for a nice, t-bone smash into the side of an opponent is TREMENDOUS. I do wish it had "Oh-oh - WHAT a smash!!" commentary from PS1 Destruction Derby though....
  12. 1. Cibola Burn by James S A Corey Book 4 of the Expanse - and now I'm starting to see a pattern emerging. Start slowly, introduce new characters to the fold before building to a frantic finale that opens up even more possibilities for future instalments. This is such a good series - even though I didn't enjoy this as much as Abaddon's Gate, it's not far off. Looking forward to book 5 which is ready to go as soon as it's unboxed in our new house (could be months away then....) 4/5
  13. Boothjan

    It Takes Two

    This looks brilliant. I'd never heard of it until I read this thread!! I'm assuming it's not going to be on Game Pass via EA Play for a good while though?
  14. Was he Italian??! Clearly a top quality performance....
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue. Use of this website is subject to our Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, and Guidelines.