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  1. It's the prototype but MartinBiohazard is trying to fix all of the bugs. It's definitely playable but is frustrating at times because you can get stuck in rooms. The other thing i have found is opening some doors and trying to inspect some items (the payphone) causes the game to crash :(

    This is the development thread


    I wonder how much of the game was actually completed before it was scrapped as some of the play through videos on YouTube are over 1.5 hours.

    Are you referring to the prototype or did I miss the release of the preview they've been teasing for a while now? :|

    i haven't even seen that release, thanks for the link.

  2. I don't know if this has been posted before, but having just played an updated build, i really wish the game was finished. more Resident Evil 2 goodness. If you have ways of playing ps1 iso's or a psp, i highly recommend you check it out. Only downside is there are quite a few bugs so it does crash when opening certain doors etc.


    I don't know if i can put a link to D/L page on here but if it's ok i will add the link or if anyone wants it just shoot me a pm.

    The guy behind it (MartinBiohazard) is working on a new patch.

  3. Went to the local car boot sale today for the first time this year. Mr Rip-Off was still there trying to sell his overpriced videogame related products (30 quid for an original Gameboy? Seriously?).

    Not much elsewhere though. Found unboxed copies of Mario Golf 64 and an ISS 64 game that I was interested in purchasing, but the seller wasn't willing to split if from the bundle. The bundle being a scabby looking N64, one controller with a very wobbly analogue stick and another two games (Lylat Wars + Mario Party the latter probably being what killed that controllers analogue stick) all for £35. Not for me.

    All I came away with today was 6 DVDs for £3.

    This sounds like my local car boots. Got no games :(

    My only options were

    Snes console and Mario all stars - no pads, av lead, ac adapter £15

    GBA original with some unknown Gameboy colour game £15

    Got a Simpsons Monopoly and playing cards for £4 so not bad in the end,

  4. I was there on Saturday. It was much better than i expected. Didn't get a chance to play on any of the arcade cabs due to the queues to get on them, but managed a game on a home made, well made Street fighter 4 cab with a PC inside. Had a go on a pinball game as well.

    The set ups on consoles was 10/10. I played on Amiga 600, a good few games of Sensible Soccer with 2 Mega drive pads plugged. It had WHD loader i think and a good selection of games.

    Next was a 4 player Gamecube set up on a projector, Mario Kart and F-Zero. We then moved to a Dreamcast connected to a 42/50inch screen via VGA for some 4 player Virtua Tennis. I was on this for ages and the guy who was in charge of the set up even joined in for a doubles game.

    In the main hall with all the cabs, they had more console set ups. N64 with 4 pads plugged in and a pile of games to play (20+). Started with 4 player Diddy Kong racing until we found Goldeneye. Deathmatch in the Facility and then a tag team match on No Mercy. Also managed a quick go on Duck Hunt on the NES.

    The thing that impressed me the most was how relaxed everything was. I was expecting everything to be locked to tables, consoles in locked boxes but it was like playing games at your friend's house. (A rich friend's house!) I hope nothing was stolen, but there was Gameboys on tables with a box of games - nice relaxed environment

    9/10 can't remember the last time i played for so long. Had a headache at the end of the day :)

  5. That embedded video was brilliant, part 2 is good as well. Supposedly in the Mario All Starts release Luigi can jump higher than the Famicom version, had wind removed but i can't find any differences apart from the ability to save. Finishing the game in one sitting and one continue is mental. I might attempt this as Mario All Stars, just to see how far i can get.

  6. I went to the Merry Hill Center in the West Midlands Yesterday and they have a great foo court, in there was a place called Olives and Oregano selling these, had a pork identical to the one in the first post, absolutely delicious.

    Spot on about the last bit with all the pooled juices.

    In Turkey they also offer them in a a lovely light bread (they just call it half bread) with a firm crust, I think that's my favorite style.


    This is another local treat, its called a tennis racket, its basically a large naan, covered in kebab meat salad etc and then a grid of chips (hence the tennis racket) then rolled up.

    Best drunk food ever


    Is that the Greek place? Walked past and it looked good. Will have to check it out next time i pass through!

  7. Thanks guys!

    I've been all around the houses on this, and for the time being I've settled on Peter Reinhart's recipe. It's delicious when cooked, but it's also supple and easy to shape -- which my previous recipes weren't, so much. I always add the olive oil. I make the dough up in a Kitchen Aid mixer. I divide the dough into quarters, not sixths, and I find each quarter makes about a 10" pizza. (I think I may be leaving my base a little thicker than the recipe calls for; again, that's just personal preference.)

    I use an 80/20 mix of Italian 00 pasta flour and strong white bread flour. I find any more 00 flour makes it too biscuity -- I like a little bit of chew to my crust. YMMV of course. I bake at the highest my non-fan oven will go (250 deg C, allegedly) with a thoroughly pre-heated pizza stone. I prefer semolina rather than cornmeal for dusting; my wife's not keen on the texture of cornmeal.

    The dough seems to freeze very well -- the ones above were my first attempt at using dough that had been frozen, and I couldn't tell the difference after cooking,

    Your curries look ace!

    Well tonight I made Pizza. Now admittedly, mine doesn't look anywhere near as good as DoctorGlyndwr's but it was still bloody lovely nontheless! Made my own sauce for the base too which I thought was a touch sweet but my old man who doesn't like sweet stuff at all said it was lovely. Maybe it was just me?!

    Apologies for the pic being slightly out of focus, I just wanted to get the thing eaten!

    My Parma Ham and Basil Pizza...


    Is it possible to make it using an oven tray?

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