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Made of Ghosts

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  1. ARISE DONUT is my opener. Hits all five vowels and five of the six most common consonants. Today's attempt is a minimalist poem:
  2. I couldn't bring myself to choose the dog “damsel” in Spelunky because my damsels almost always ended up dying in gruesome/hilarious accidents and it’s less funny when it’s a cute little dog.
  3. Breath of the Wild Dark Souls Super Mario 64 Metroid Prime Half-Life 2 Pretty easily done. The next five would be a lot trickier.
  4. GOTY thread has made me realise this is the only new game I've played this year. Huh. It's grand though isn't it. And I love the EMMIs.
  5. Ooh I'll wait a bit then. I know reactions have been mixed but I do want to give it a go.
  6. Does Hat in Time go on sale ever? It looks great but £30 seems a lot for what it is.
  7. Into the Breach is an absolute delight (on PC at least)
  8. Pros: loved The Witch Cons: didn’t like The Lighthouse Not sure: BJÖRK?!?!?
  9. I played through this just the other month, it's really lovely. The postgame was fairly dull though. I wanted to preserve my good memories of the game so I gave up.
  10. 1. Dune 2. The Night House 3. The Green Knight 4. In the Heights 5. The Suicide Squad 6. Godzilla vs Kong 7. Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar Still a few more to see but that's all I've really enjoyed this year.
  11. Some great scenes, but I'd be lying if I said I knew what was going on there.
  12. Hollow Knight, Braid and The Witness are all-time greats for me. They’d all be in my top 20 these days. Fez is good fun but doesn't fully live up to its promise - maybe it was better if you played it at release with everyone collaborating online on the hardest puzzles (which I never really bothered with). Baba Is You went beyond my mental capacities quicker than I would’ve ideally liked... so I kinda resent it even though it’s fantastic.
  13. "When you botched that spell where you wanted everyone to forget that Peter Parker's Spider-Man, we started to get some visitors" I really hope that's a specially recorded line for the trailer and isn't in the film.
  14. I had a grand old time with this. Proper big bold full-blooded sci fi epic. Sterling cast, amazing visuals, real sense of grandeur, but grounded at the same time. It kind of lost my interest in the last 20 minutes or so, not sure why. But I'm here for as many sequels as they wanna make. Villeneuve, man, he just gets it.
  15. Something I didn't understand: Mary Seacole figures out the Sontarans' sleep cycle by observing the one she has in captivity, but later on it's shown that they have to return to their ship to sleep or they die or something?
  16. I was pleasantly surprised by this episode. Still a bit muddled but had decent pacing, the Sontarans were fun and there were quite a few good laughs. I hate John Bishop though.
  17. Yeah, the lighting has been jazzed up too, and I think the enemies might die quicker? Not sure about that one. I'd be totally here for a comeback of this style of platforming.
  18. It's really quite dull. If You Say The Word has grown on me but I don't see this doing the same. It's another I Promise, except we don't have Lift and Man of War to make up for it this time.
  19. Bit of a mess. The "oh here's your house btw" gag was good though.
  20. Ori does this and I hate it. The worst first impression I've had of a game recently is Salt & Sanctuary. A game that people seem to generally like. It just seems like pure jank to me. Looks horrible, controls horribly, and everything is ripped straight from Dark Souls. Gave up after an hour. Also any game that blasts you with soulful emotional music straight away. I'm not emotionally invested yet. Do the sodding work, then you can try and make me cry.
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