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Marzipan Travolta

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  1. It's all relative, I guess. We're getting quite a window into their lives at the minute and with the exception of Jeff and Vinny I don't find myself thinking their way of life is somehow extravagant. Those guys more than earned their mountain of games hardware and Transformers.
  2. I was listening to the podcast wondering what the fuck he could have done and upon reading transcribes of his exe's tweets I was utterly gobsmacked that they felt the need to cover it. I've done 90% of the shit Pasquale did, though I'd be more open about doing it, and I'm a decent person. My respect for Vinny fell through the floor there. I think they sacrificed Matt for the sake of making themselves look progressive and 'open'.
  3. I was only considering the Kinect-less model. Don't think they're about to surprise announce Kinect 3.
  4. Adjusting for inflation the launch prices of current gen consoles now would be £420. I think a lot of people forget how long ago the last launch was. There's some seriously expensive kit in these consoles. They're not off the shelf mid-range PCs in the way the last gen was that will have to push it above that. Think it will £549/£499 for the Sony machines. XBox to undercut by about £20 just because they can and need to.
  5. There's a reasonable chance of Sheff Utd finishing above us in the league with their goalie as player of the season and De Gea top of the mistakes leading to goals table.
  6. Baba is You could work well, it's great for a two player 'try my thing next' style. The Gardens Between might be another worthwhile shout. If you want to get them to divorce so you can get better Christmas presents then Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes would be a good way to do this. Not sure if it's on PS4 though.
  7. I tend to find relentless horror games get quite tiring and boring. Alien: Isolation ebbs and flows well enough to avoid it for me, though Love me a horror level in a game. The hotel in Vampire: Bloodlines or Shalebridge Cradle in Thief: Deadly Shadows are absolute brilliant and compliment the rest of their respective games beautifully. Knowing it's going to end helps lots too. The Northern Star hotel in Half Life: Alyx also nails it. You think you're at the end of the horror section and then it just gets even worse. Brilliant.
  8. Jeff really should transition to some sort of retro videogame podcast thing. He'd be amazing on a Cane and Rinse type show as long as they didn't cover any game released since Ryan Davis died.
  9. I think he had an absolutely valid opinion on that one. I played it when it came out and fucking hated it. If you don't land on the breadcrumb trail that the game has it's just a mess of irritating controls and stupid user interface. It wasn't until I revisited it in December and followed the advice of someone on here to go to the moon and find everything there first that I found the amazing game that's there underneath the bullshit.
  10. Pleased to see Coffee Talk on there. Coffee Talk is a game I've been wanting to try but didn't want to punt for in case I bounced off it. Loved VA-11 Hall-A and it seems heavily inspired by that.
  11. It's not a 'must play' but I just really enjoyed my couple of hours playthrough of Old Man's Journey. It's a gentle perspective puzzle thing along the lines of Monument Valley. Gave me a good way to calm down between RE2 sessions. Leaves Game Pass at the weekend.
  12. My wife is similar to yours in that sense. One thing she really enjoyed was Her Story.
  13. Thank you very much for all your kind donations. Can focus on trying to make the place pretty now. I know I've got a lot to do!
  14. Turnip Code for turnip exchange: https://turnip.exchange/island/6de93755 Price = 541 Made it private.
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