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  1. I committed the cardinal sin of buying it on itunes for £12.99!
  2. Sadly not. We didn’t get it early enough for Thursday’s issue. Is in the following.
  3. Shameless plug Thursday’s issue of Retro Gamer (240)has a Making of this compilation An Atari-themed calendar 50 Years Of Atari feature Shameless plug finishes
  4. I do like the idea of that but my compulsive nature means I'd end up buying all his books in a week I like the thrill of the charity shop hunt so far. Will try Boscombe this weekend.
  5. Yeah, no one ever talks about them
  6. I’ve decided to collect every Stephen King release and maybe even read them. Going to hit the charity shops today in the hope of finding The Stand, my favourite book.
  7. Just got this from smyths for £42. Super excited to be playing one of the best games of all time again. Everything i’ve Read about this so far suggests it’s not the base ps4 game with 4K visuals slapped on top, so really looking forward to it.
  8. Ah, I thought you meant the PAL version. I had someone as if I would sell mine for £40 (it was priced at £60). I said they could have it for £30 if they could find it anywhere cheaper. They came back an hour later and paid the full asking price (I was about £30 cheaper than everyone else)
  9. £90 is a great price for Mario. i sold a bunch of items there just before COVID and did very well. Planning to sell there again next year.
  10. Dead Silence. My daughter has terrible taste in movies. 2/5
  11. This was the very first game I bought. I thought it was going to be an amazing cartoon-like experience where you cast spells and did really cool, wizard-like things. I was wrong.
  12. Still looking forward to mine. I'm hearing good things about it so far.
  13. See, I'd be concerned about buying DVDs as I'm worried they'd look like ass on my 65 inch OLED. They don't tend to have the 3d aural tracks I've started to fall in love with either.
  14. These are all blu-rays and 4Ks, aside from a few DVDs like Blur's No Distance Left To Run they were sold off years ago. I have started moving over to itunes for most of my films now, but stuff like Top Gun Maverick will still be getting the physical treatment. I'm running out of space as those pics show, so I'm trying to cut my collection down and have the rest digitally.
  15. My reasoning in the end is that if they're all in alphabetical order I'm not looking in two places for them. And you're right, a lot of stuff will never get updated (or even released physically the way things are going).
  16. So I did this earlier today. Am I mad for combining all my films (which I watch on the same 4K player together) together, or do I need my head examined?
  17. The Gray Man. Over-the-top action, quite funny in places and Chris Evans in full asshole mode. 3.5/5
  18. I was tempted to buy it but I think I'd like the physical release with all the extras. I did buy Hollow Man though
  19. Dog soldiers for £3.99. No extras but that’s a darn site cheaper than the disc.
  20. I'm happy to grab their 4K stuff I'm interested in at £2.99 a pop at the moment. I'm assuming Robocop etc are on the streaming service?
  21. Well I've picked up a Apple 4K TV at the moment and first impressions aren't good. I read a few things online which said it shows up apple, netflix and disney plus stuff (as in the channel add section) but that doesn't seem to be the case.
  22. I think I'm going to give it a go. The only thing I'm concerned about is that I'm lazy and will simply launch the apps via my TV instead. I think it's worth it just to have access to the itunes extras and all the extra options that are missing from my LG Apple app.
  23. This is what I’ve been told as well. To be fair the way the apps all consolidate is a big interest to me as well.
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