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  1. I would have thought there will be a drop but probably not back to pre-covid prices as many of these are being bought by people collecting as well as people wanting to play them for nostalgic reasons so by default there would be less available as they will be stocked up somewhere. Least that's how I see it anyways and could be completely wrong
  2. I bought a few bits recently and noticed that a fair few of my games have jumped dramatically in value and games that I want have also been tougher to come by on ebay etc as I have a price in my head that i'm willing to pay and more often than not games exceed it because there are a fewer of them and more people competing for them. In fact for the first time ever in my life I paid 3 figures for a video game, most of my collection has been bought at the lower end of the scale when their prices have dropped almost as far as they'll go.
  3. Just a little video that I had a bit of fun with last night Thought you might enjoy seeing me take on battlefield peeps with a sword
  4. Though I haven't used it much I think PCSX wants at least 2gb video card memory and recommends 4gb? So imagine that might be part of your issue
  5. So my collection probably isn't as big as some of yours on here but I was curious as to what if anything you have done regards to covering your collection? I know some people take it as a given that it's covered on your house insurance so I've started creating a spreadsheet with everything on and the intention to take photos so I have some record of it particularly as I spotted the weekend some of the prices and realised I have a nice little money pot growing if you like. Do any of you insure your collections? Is that even an option?
  6. Just need to get a forum game on the go now?
  7. Brilliant, I held off on this recently just in case it came up on game pass
  8. Fortunately I never got into the gamecube so the likes of gales of darkness passed me by
  9. It's kind of a lose lose for developers in that regard, I imagine stuff like the storylines keep getting reused because it continues to sell, it's somewhat similar to all the remasters and remakes, they continue to sell. Just the difference with jrpg's in general is that they do change environments, names and can be quite creative with the art styles etc. It's their safe zone isn't it like say Mass effect being redone, they know it will sell so why take a gamble on something so drastically different for half the gaming world to criticize and complain about. That said there is quite
  10. I know a lot on here are criticising the state of the trailer but i'm realy stoked for this, it's a branch away from the current trend of pokemon games and for anyone who has played the games since the originals it's quite exciting. I mean for me this is what I expected with the Switch and not the same sort of stuff that has come before but easier in lets go and sword and shield. The trailer not being so good doesn't phase me at this stage, they haven't announced the exact date in 2022 only that it's early which can mean anything in the first 6 months really. If a lot of the world
  11. The weekend league would do that to any sane person. clubs is as much about hanging out as well
  12. Yeah it's been good, better now that we are regularly getting at least 3 on, Jamin mentioned Fennas is trying to get a ps5 so he can jump back in with us as well as Vinnie which would be good. Would be nice to see an appearance by @Theholyhoggevery now and again too It has been quite a while since we've seen more than a couple of people playing, I think the last game there was no one left on clubs?
  13. No it's a retelling of the same story with a bunch of randomness added in to fill it out a bit
  14. Going back to the original thread, Remnant for me, I've fancied trying that for a while so happy to give it a go now
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