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  1. This is pretty amusing! https://www.ft.com/content/68f96d24-02f0-42fd-b132-aba0acba777f
  2. Cheers, that done the trick!
  3. Anyone know how to make it use your PSN name? It asked me to sign in with an Activison ID that I had years ago against my regular email address. Now I show up as anon98394839849384983.
  4. Maybe a wee bit. However B5 was better plotted, with far more rounded characters and proper motivations than Nu Who or any of the current crop of Star Treks. I did a rewatch of B5 recently and I think the rush to resolutions was more due to the threat of cancellation hanging over it in S4 rather than poor plotting.
  5. Mine's has arrived. No scratches and it really is a nice piece of kit to look at. Does anyone know if there's a PDF of the manual kicking about, I don't want to end up dog-earing the lovely one that comes with it.
  6. I've the same issue, just watching it on TV at the regular broadcast time. @deKay are you aware of an option to force iplayer to output just stereo? That might be the way forward for me, as some bits the music and sound effects are drowning everything else out. Watched it live on Sunday and then Picard afterwards and it was like night and day.
  7. The amount of content they have it beggars believe. I thought they were going to clean up but if this is their approach what's the point? Come up with a different name for the PG-13 above stuff and have the Disney name associated with PG-13 and below. I'd similar thoughts about Britbox, that should've launch years ago with a complete back catalogue of everything the BBC and ITV have rights too. They'd have made a fortune globally. I've Mando already watched so I guess that's one subscription they won't be getting. I was really looking forward to what I thought Disney+ was going be too.
  8. I thought they owned Fox? Are they not putting all that content on there? Simpsons, X-Files, etc. I thought it was going to be a complete back catalogue of what Disney currently owns?
  9. Ignoring the Tomb Raider ones, the other set seems to be very Amiga and 90's heavy which probably reflects the bias of the person creating it. It says on the site "The Special Stamps depict scenes from landmark UK-designed titles from the 1980s and ’90s." There's only 3 from the 80s and one of them is Populous on Amiga which you may as well consider a 90s game. Manic Miner/JSW is the glaring omission IMO. I was a Spectrum owner so don't know much Minter but recognise that he should be recognised. My list would've been Manic Miner An 80s Llamasoft game on the C64 Head over Heels Elite Shadow of the Beast (A shit game but for me defined the 'power of the Amiga' back in the day, it was the showcase Amiga owners would stick on) Lemmings Sensible Soccer BitMap Bros game (Speedball or Xenon 2)
  10. Outstanding episode. If they can wrap this up satisfactory it'll go down as one of the best TV shows ever.
  11. Probably not what you're after though.
  12. Reznor’s done a top notch job with the soundtrack.
  13. This is great. I’m just wondering is anyone watching it who hasn’t read the comic? How are you finding it?
  14. So many favourite quotes already. Always thought the delivery of this is fantastic These are both from Rimmerworld and That whole sequence in Rimmerworld is brilliant.
  15. "Sexualisation of the character"?!? A few of the Horace videos popped up on the "You may like" bit in Youtube, they were very entertaining, a bit of craic and mild innuendo at the worst. This is ridiculous, does the dude think he's really going to make his fortune out of a character that's 37+ years old and no one gives a crap about. It's a blue blob, I can't see a CBBC series in the future for Horace 'sexualisation' or not.
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