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  1. TopGolf is good - I think I paid £10 in the sale. Maybe £8. It's mostly putting courses, but with some good driving range mini games too. And I found online matches easily enough. It's maybe my favourite way to just chat with a mate while we play. Nice and relaxed, and it feels like you're hanging out somewhere that isn't your living room.
  2. Updates! I refunded the Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets. It had been recommended as a puzzle game, but I think it sits awkwardly as too easy for adults, and too hard for kids. Picked up Trover Saves the Universe. If you like Rick and Morty, you'll enjoy this. I'm only half an hour in, but they have a lot of fun explaining the arbitrary mechanics of games and collect-a-thons. It's at the pricier end, about 22 quid, but so far I'm happy with that. And TopGolf is an excellent way to hang out with a friend and chat in a place that feels sunny. As well as a fun g
  3. It's a fine recommendation, and arguably the best of said genre. Been there done that though. Extra points for southern gothic vibes, obviously.
  4. I've just finished Sharp Objects and The Outsider, both of which I enjoyed. But not equally. I'm looking for a ~10 episode series where murders happen in creepy circumstances. It needs to take itself slightly too seriously as well. Ideally, it should also be good.
  5. What if you were the lightsaber and, every time you passed through an enemy, you absorbed all of their hopes, loves and fears? By the end of the journey, you're like a Ghostbusters containment unit of sorrow and regret. And can barely become erect anymore.
  6. I didn't click with the show originally. But if this revisit was group of young, ethnically-diverse people laughing at the non-problems of excruciatingly wealthy older white people, then I'd give it a shot.
  7. Congo's Caper was something of a sequel to Joe & Mac on the SNES. I think it was one of those 'marketed as a sequel in one territory, but not another' jobs. Vortex started life as Starfox/wing 2, I think. Then became Citadel. Magic Carpet and Terminal Velocity maybe? Or Descent and Forsaken?
  8. Pretty sure Final Fight was a sequel to Street Fighter.
  9. Wario Blast as a sequel to GB Dynablaster? I suppose that's not a secret. Turrican and Universal Soldier on the MD?
  10. My heart is telling me that Clancy Brown is too melodramatic and pantomimish to be an effective villain. But then my head says:
  11. https://twitter.com/HEYimHeroic/status/1345946860222033923/ Pretty cool (and logical): turns out BOTW NPCs use a version of the Mii format.
  12. These are all great suggestions. Alas I've seen them all. Except Calibre. I'll look into that. Timetrap was like a low budget, early 00s teen TV drama. Turistas, despite the 18%, is the perfect example of the trashy genre I love.
  13. I'm going to pick up Horizon: ZD, but I feel like I need a gap between open world games. I'm actually missing the Fenyx world, now that it's done. But the automaton baddies were such cunts for me. I swear I dispatched a wraith or two with less effort than those guys. I wonder if there was a trick to it?
  14. Due to never bailing on a film, I'm currently stuck in a Time Trap of my own. I am using my piss break to unequivocally curse you, because it is awful.
  15. I enjoyed it when it was focused on bad adult actors and their problems. Now it's focused on bad child actors and their problems, it's a lot less fun.
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