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  1. It's a mash up of 4 and 7 isn't it? Batshit crazy from start to finish but I loved every minute of it. Mercs unlocked now so will see what that looks like.
  2. OK, so I know I'm not comparing apples with apples (as I'm comparing PS5 with PC) but: Pay £70 for Returnal or: Pay £70 for Resident Evil VIII + Mass Effect Trilogy Remastered Which of these is the better value proposition? £70 might not be too much in terms of inflation but it is too much in terms of what £70 can get you in the marketplace.
  3. There is a new Dark Alliance game being released in a couple of months but no idea yet whether that will be any good:
  4. You don't really need to know the D&D rules for the Dark Alliance games, they play like any other action RPG. Abilities/Spells are assigned to the buttons and you can mash merrily away! If you do know the rules you'll recognise the spells and abilities and know the lore but none of that is essential to getting started.
  5. I would think that £70 takes a game out of the 'impulse buy' zone for most people. I have spent that much before on single games but only on Kickstarter projects that I was keen to support (e.g. Battletech, Shenmue III) and where I knew I was paying over the odds to help get the game made. I guess we'll find out over the next couple of years if there is a market for a premium price point of £70 but like most, I'll wait until the price drops to a point that I'm happy to pay.
  6. I would love it (love it) if we could hold on to some of this (deserved) outrage and direct it towards Qatar 2022. I know it won't happen but wouldn't it be glorious if we held UEFA and FIFA to account for their bullshit too?
  7. Dulux sure as shit didn't know what they were signing up for as Spurs official paint sponsor!
  8. My god, if this means we can shift Daniel Levy then maybe it has all been worth it?
  9. Listen, we only need a handful more to quit before we become the inaugural champs What? It's been a long time alright!
  10. I don't disagree with you (lots of very rich clubs in the PL) but year on year, City, United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs are in the top 10 clubs in the world in terms of revenue worldwide so to suggest that Spurs aren't able to compete *on a financial level* is nonsense.
  11. ox1973

    The Spurs Thread

    Agreed. Investment in players has been badly needed for a while now. Whoever comes in has a job on their hands and will need a decent transfer budget. I have no great hopes for the weekend but if Ryan Mason were to be in charge when we finally win something (not 'Arry, Poch or Mourinho) then that would be in keeping with the strange times we find ourselves in!
  12. But that's the thing isn't it - in terms of money Spurs are. The fact that the club haven't been able to leverage that advantage into trophies doesn't change the fact that they are (relatively) loaded.
  13. This is on the money. The Super League proposal stinks but this stinks worse. UEFA and FIFA are corrupt institutions and in no position to lecture anyone on anything.
  14. I grew up close to White Hart Lane and have been a Spurs fan for over 40 years now. Used to work at the ground on match days when I was a teenager. Been to hundreds of matches home and away. Old enough to remember the teams of the (relatively) glorious 80s and persevered through the barren times of late. This is a very sad day. If this isn't brinkmanship (and it doesn't appear to be) then this is going to run and run as the legal challenges rack up but when it comes to it, will the Premier League kick out the 'big 6'? I'm not so sure. It would devalue their 'product' and I'm not su
  15. ox1973

    Old Age Gamers

    I'm 48 and trod a similar route to many in this thread (ZX81 -> Spectrum 48K -> Atari ST -> Consoles). I've never stopped and still play games pretty much every day (currently mid way through a full Yakuza runthrough). I'm an outlier amongst my peers though, none of my friends are gamers - they either never got into it or left it behind at some point. I guess that Gen-X caught the first wave of video gaming and not everyone held the wave. I can't imagine a world without gaming; I'm certain that however long I live I will be playing something. One of my fears is that I will
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