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  1. I haven’t watched a Sony thingy for a while so I’m quite excited for this. I assume we’re getting a console/game reveal, or are they wheeling out Captain Interesting and his terrifying fact book of flopps, and chips again? I only ask because the last big PlayStation thing I watched was like one of those early 70’s university programs that they used to stick on BBC two at 6 in the morning.
  2. The thing about St Anger, is that while horribly produced, it is actually decent when paired with the documentary Some Kind of Monster. The story behind the album is better than the album as it were. Granted that doesn't make it any less unpleasant on the ears, but as a product of the band and where they were at that time it's a decent little time capsule. Same with Justice, and all the no bass stuff. *Edit* The documentary was called some kind of monster, not St Anger. I should know that considering the DVD is in the shelf in front of me!
  3. Same here. “The Nasties”, took me quite by surprise. I had a proper, snorty, real laugh at that one.
  4. Today I’ve made a pineapple cake with more than a dash of dark rum.
  5. Excellent! Glad it worked out.
  6. Certainly. It’s all a bit “ish”, but you’ll get the idea. Line a loaf tin, about *mimes loaf with hands* this size. For the cake. 225g unsalted butter 225g caster sugar 225g self raising flour 4 eggs Zest of one lemon Small pinch of salt For the gooey lemonyness in the cake Juice of 2 lemons 110g (ish) of caster sugar. For the optional drizzle icing. Zest and juice of one lemon and enough icing sugar to make a glaze (about 100g iirc) Beat the butter and flour together until it’s fluffly. Add the eggs 1 at a time. Sift in the flour. When combined, mix in the salt and zest. Pop it in the tin and put it in the oven 180C ish For 45 minutes ish. Check the middle with a knife, when it’s clean it’s done. Mix the lemon juice and caster sugar together (make sure the sugar has dissolved). PRICK! the cake with a fork all over and drizzle over the cake. Leave it in the tin until nearly cooled. When cool enough, take it out the tin and pop it on a plate. Mix the zest, and juice of one lemon with enough icing sugar to make a glaze and plop it on the middle of the cake, it’ll run all over it and look a bit like a bukkake vid. Then simply pop the kettle on and eat it all in one sitting.
  7. Last night’s dinner. Bacon and asparagus pappardelle. Followed by by lemon drizzle cake and a gallon of coffee. We finished the cake for lunch. I’m now having cake regret. Might have a pepperami until it blows over. Lockdown eating is tremendous.
  8. I’ve always enjoyed the silliness of Resident Evil, the dafter the better as far as I’m concerned. There’s a plethora of serious action games out there. But I appreciate that’s not for everyone. Either way more Resident Evil is usually a good thing so I look forward to this.
  9. Dino Crisis 2 was good, as you say a lot more action orientated. It had a mode after completion that was basically the forefather of Mercs mode in resident evil.
  10. You’re in for a real treat. It’s a blast from start to finish. It’s not traditional Resi, but it’s still Undeniably a Resident Evil game. You’ll love it I’m sure, think of it like an action move spin off if it helps.
  11. I’m sure that’s the plan. Complete, global, saturation. As it were.
  12. A new Silent Hill would be amazing. Wandering around the empty streets. Homes locked up from the outside menace, deserted schools. The only things out are angry, seemingly over-caffeinated nurses wanting to stop our protagonist, the one muppet that thinks it’s a good idea to still go out. I wonder how that would look.
  13. Analogue copies of this are back up for sale, for those of you who (like me) missed out when the apocalypse shut WHSmiths. https://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/gaming/edge-magazine-back-issues/edge-may-2020-issue-344/
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