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  1. Reviews?! I say they are great, and that’s all anyone ever needs to know.
  2. I’m all for 4K, but if the frame rate has to take such a significant performance hit I’m happy to do without.
  3. Only your praise for Butcher’s Crossing has prevented me from reporting this post.
  4. I enjoyed that a lot. Why do you need (clever bread-making wordplay, cheers) a razor blade for the slashing rather than a knife?
  5. It’s a sweet little digital curio to play games on.
  6. I strongly suspect it’s this. Usage will have dropped off a cliff compared to the initial heights of the beta period, and gameplay is sorted out as a result.
  7. That sounds spot on to me. I’ve got a 512gb Steam Deck pre-order, but this sounds way more interesting.
  8. Bit on the nose after the piss poor Us, isn’t it?
  9. Read ‘Puckoon’ by Spike Milligan, or ‘Indiscretions of Archie’ by PG Wodehouse. They have been my lifetime constants as go-to feel good books.
  10. Just checking, has your turntable got adjustable feet? If so I presume you’ve played around with them?
  11. Yes, I suspected it might be worth doing something like that, I’ve noticed that alert service but I thought it was likely to be just more temptation. I hate 7”s though, they just get lost in the record box.
  12. Also I like to think that cover is influenced by the back of the first Squeeze album. They even look a bit like them!
  13. I certainly will! It’s a symptom of Shazam + iTunes I think, I’m always picking up odd tunes that I hear and then I never think to listen to anything else they’ve done.
  14. I’ve got In Your Eyes off that album in my iTunes, a fantastic track! I know nothing else about them, but I recognised that sleeve!
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