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Giddas

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  1. What sort of xbox install size are we looking at?
  2. Just imagine how excited you'll be when they actually come out some time late next year!
  3. Grapple hook looks good. Gameplay doesn't look as good as Tribes 2.
  4. It's not currently "browsers, TVs and basically anything with a screen", that's the point, of course it would be usable on those devices.
  5. Looks like the sort of game there are hundreds of on Steam for 3 quid
  6. Really, how many people do you really think are going to pay for a pass with the screen size, lag and control issues? Maybe you can design games around those issues, but then you've just reinvented the appstore.
  7. Maybe there is a market for people who want to pay £10/month to play Desperadoes 3 on a 6" touchscreen, but I'd be surprised.
  8. No one's getting Game Pass to stream games on a phone or tablet, it's just a nice value add. A well performing PC or browser app is a different matter though.
  9. That would be the ideal scenario for me but would be a lot of sales they are ignoring, I'd happily pay £50 for it on PC.
  10. By the time the next gen Bethesda games are out I doubt there'll be much in it, and I personally much prefer first person games with M+KB, but Xbox is getting better with that.
  11. Of course GamePass with the gold trick is fantastic value. Not as good value as PC gaming though where there's actually competition amongst stores.
  12. But that copy would have been sold to someone else if you'd have bought digitally, not like it was DRMed to you.
  13. My mate has done 1500 hours on Skyrim according to Steam & nearing 500 on Valheim... so £70 probably would be worth it for either of those for him
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