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  1. Conveniently, I know the answer to this because I literally just did it. That £450 covered the cost of the waterblocks, fittings, tubing, pump, reservoir, case, graphics card riser and RGB controller I used to make this monstrosity: And then left me enough spare change to buy Paradise Killer, to play on a completely different machine. Worth it.
  2. God, I wish I'd realised that. So many needless deaths!
  3. I mean, the half-decent Dragon Age Inquisition came out on the same day, so it's safe to say it wasn't the best game to come out on 18 November 2014.
  4. Really don't like the spear, personally - just can't figure the best way to use it. The bow can be insane when powered up, and the I love the shield for bashing enemies around (and, you know, actually being a shield). But yeah, all weapons will get me through the first three areas, bar the spear. Still haven't figured out how to manage poison though, so keep dying once that appears in game. Seems weirdly overpowered, dealing massive unstoppable tick damage after a single hit :/ Must be doing roughly 50 damage each time?
  5. Yeah, I wasn't too keen on that comparison for exactly this reason; I don't think they're particularly similar:
  6. Well, third playthrough of the game now, and I've one major criticism: the telling of the story through your deaths and returns is nice... but less great when you miss bits of plot because you don't die as quickly as the game expects. I've missed out entirely on all commentary on (area 3) because I got through it on my first attempt (before dying in seconds in area 4 to a horde of poison rats in a narrow space. Not quite sure how to deal with that situation!). Hopefully I didn't miss anything important, but it's a shame not to get to hear anybody talk about that area, or
  7. Sort of? Only, single-player obviously, and with some fun writing thrown into the mix. Crowd-control focussed combat, through dungeons. But yeah, finally got around to playing this, two goes so far - enough to get to Meg and barely get her to half health before getting taken apart I'm having a great time, glad the Switch release reminded me that it exists! Also, as someone who isn't a fan of Diablo, I'd say that's not necessarily the best comparison. There are similarities, but only in the sense that they both draw on Rogue for inspiration, and are both dungeon crawler
  8. I too was careful to stick to a reserved, sensible design for my working from home/gaming chair. (octopus friends optional)
  9. Yeah, it appears to be an interesting combo of rear and "fuck your CPU" exhausts.
  10. Leaked picture of the new Switch. Screen's a bit small, but it's worth it for the extra cooling.
  11. Never mind a toy, I want a full next-gen Marble Madness reimagining.
  12. I didn't see it mentioned in the video (I was probably distracted), but all three support it, according to the press releases, e.g.: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2020-09-01-nvidia-announces-rtx-3090-3080-3070-ampere-graphics-cards
  13. It'll be interesting if that is what they're getting at, given that (last gen at least) the stock NVIDIA cards were typically more expensive than the basic OEM cards. Obviously the high-end, overclocked gamer editions were even more expensive, but an FE would typically set you back an extra £50-100 over a basic third-party model. It'll be interesting to see whether that's the same this time around. Of course, what I really want to know is when said third-parties will be bringing their versions out.
  14. Sounds like the reference 3080 board could be... 'interesting' to watercool, if it needs all-around cooling.
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