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gossi the dog

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  1. I sold mine at the start of the year. I’ve not missed it one bit.
  2. You should know the rules by now. If you want a game on release date you never ever order from Amazon. Their systems can’t cope with pre-orders.
  3. Thankfully they didn’t include any fighting games.
  4. That’s all manner of pervertedness. Too much for me.
  5. I’ve played all of 15 games in that list. Yet I don’t feel I’ve missed out on the other 35.
  6. Can you not do the old eject the cartridge when the game is saving trick?
  7. Looks pretty awesome to me.
  8. It reminds me of the rubbish multiplayer one they released on Xbox live.
  9. Picked up these two games. Devil’s Third for €6 and Chase the Express for €1.
  10. All of them have physical releases. Yakuza 5 on the PS3 is the only exception which was digital only.
  11. 11/09 - Red Dead Redemption (Xbox 360) - played via Xbox One BC. I originally played this at release in the Summer of 2010. Then started a replay in 2014 which I abandoned shortly after arriving in Mexico where the game really drags. So a new replay, but knowing a lot more background thanks to having played Red Dead Redemption 2. I always regarded this as a game of three distinct sections, New Austin, Mexico, the Eastern part of the map. In reality it's a game of five sections. The first section with you helping Bonnie around her farm really serves as an introduction to the games systems; the second New Austin; the third Mexico; fourth seeking Dutch; fifth you on your farm. The problem is that the Mexico section is twice as long as any of the others and really outlasts it's welcome with a lot of travelling from one end of the map to the other. You could easily cut the whole section from the game and I think it would be far better for it. Whilst I don't think it's as good as Red Dead Redemption 2 what surprised me is how well the story from that game feeds into this with minimal story gaps. Anyhow, the Mexico section aside this is great. Previously:
  12. Some games already have auto combat modes, which I think is what you’re suggesting? Hellblade and I think Judgment have such modes. I personally don’t see the appeal, but it’s there if you want it.
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