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  1. Robo_1

    Gamescom 2013

    Gamecom Official Website Conferences: Sony: Times: August 20th 6:00 PM(UK ) / 7:00 PM (EU) Live stream: http://gamescom.eu.playstation.com/en_GB Live Stream: http://blog.us.plays...nce-live-today/ EA: Times: August 20th 3:00 PM(UK ) / 4:00 PM (EU) Live stream: http://www.ea.com/uk/gamescom-2013-ea-press-conference MS: Times: August 20th Live blog: http://www.lazygamer...wcase-liveblog/ http://embed.scribbl...meId=12676&ss=1 (With comments) http://embed.scribbl...0&ThemeId=12676 (Just news) Attendees & Lineup: Sony: Sony have said that Gamescom will focus on showcasing PS4's launch lineup along with updates to PS3 & Vita. We do know a much anticipated (is it 30fps or 60fps) build of Driveclub will be playable, along with a fresh demo of Infamous: Second Son which sadly won't be playable on the floor. PS4: Infamous: Second Son (PS4)Drive Club (PS4)Knack (PS4)Killzone: Shadowfall (PS4)PS3 Beyond: Two Souls (PS3)Gran Turismo 6 (PS3)Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix (PS3)Ratchet & Clank: Nexus (PS3)Wonderbook: Book Of Potions (PS3)Wonderbook: Diggs Nightcrawler (PS3)Wonderbook: Walking With Dinosaurs (PS3)Puppeteer (PS3)Vita: Destiny Of Spirits (Vita)Killzone: Mercenary (Vita)Tearaway (Vita)Their conference is also promising launch details of the PS4, and hopefully a Vita price cut along with some fresh game announcements. Microsoft: With MS opting not to stream their conference, rumours of a new Crackdown unveiling are looking unlikely. They have however said that they will be focussing on a 'unique exclusive' and offering the press some hands on time. Xbox One: Dead Rising 3Fable AnniversaryForza 5Killer InstinctKinect Sports: RivalsMax: The curse Of BrotherhoodRyseZoo TycoonXbox 360: World Of TanksNintendo: All eyes will be on Nintendo's Wii U lineup at Gamescom, and to be fair, in spite of there being no conference Nintendo are brining a respectable Gamescom showing: Wii U: Pikmin 3The Wonderful 101The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HDSonic Lost WorldWii Party UDonkey Kong Country: Tropical FreezeSuper Mario 3D WorldWii Karaoke UMario Kart 83DS: Pokémon X and Pokémon YProfessor Layton and the Azran LegacyThe Legend of Zelda: A Link Between WorldsUbisoft: Assassin’s Creed IV Black FlagWatch DogsTom Clancy’s The Division Splinter Cell BlacklistThe Crew Just Dance 2014Rayman Legends Might & Magic Duel of Champions Online Card GameMight & Magic Heroes Online Might & Magic X LegacyThe Might Quest for Epic Loot Activision: Call of Duty: GhostsDestinySkylanders SWAP ForceAngry Birds: Star WarsSquare Enix: Final Fantasy XIV: A Real RebornThief, Murdered: Soul SuspectLightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIIIFinal Fantasy X/X-2 HD RemasterKingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIXDeus Ex: The FallBethesda: The Elder Scrolls OnlineWolfenstein: The New OrderThe Evil WithinDeep Silver: Saints Row 4Killer Is DeadX RebirthSecret Files : Sam PetersLost Horizon 2The Dark Eye : MemoriaKonami: PES 2014Castlevania: Lords of ShadowOther: Batman: Arkham OriginsEve OnlineDark Souls 2Dust 514HawkenHotline Miami 2Payday 2Mad MaxSpace HulkStar CitizenWar of the VikingsThe Witcher 3: Wild HuntWWE 14Thanks to VG247 for sourcing this list.
  2. Times: Main Conference: UK: June 11th 2:00 AM BST EU: June 11th 3:00 AM CET Jack Tretton Interview: UK: June 11th 18:00 PM BST EU: June 11th 19:00 PM CET See Full Game Trailers Schedule: Game Trailers Schedule See The Full Conference: Rumour Roundup: There's already been a good few rumours swirling around about what to expect from Sony this E3, with assurances of plenty of big surprises abound. As usual, shake salt liberally, but the below is what's rumoured to be coming:40+ Exclusives ComingNew Sony Santa Monica Game Will Be ShownPlaystation World DetailedSee The ConsoleAmazing Big Vita TitleFinal Fantasy Versus & Kingdom Hearts 3Demon Souls 2 What They Need To Show: There are some very obvious questions which Sony will finally have to answer. It's already been stated that PS4 won't require an online connection, so they should be good from that angle, but the question of DRM will hang over their entire conference unless they get it out of the way early. If it's good news, expect them to make it a cornerstone of their conference announcement, if it's bad, then we'll probably only hear about it in the interviews which follow. PS4 is obviously going to be the major focus, but pleeeeease don't ignore the Vita this year. It was just embarrassing last year. Answers To DRM QuestionsLaunch DetailsPS3 Price Cut IncomingWhat Games Are ComingThe Last GuardianFocus On PS4 Being The Most Powerful ConsoleLet's see what Gaiki's gotDrinking Game Key Word: The Player
  3. This doesn't have its own thread so here it is. Stuck at home with a broken foot so picked this up to pass the time and I heard some good things about it especially its online play. Only 25 quid on the PSN and lots of free DLC at launch. Disclaimer: It is not a decent Monster Hunter Clone. The combat is imprecise and there is no hunter gatherer spirit. It is however a very good Phantasy Star Online clone. It uses some of the elements of Monster Hunter but on play it reminds me most of PSO (DC original) It has a light and bright style with crisp clean visuals and upbeat cheery music. The combat has a little of the PSO rhythm to it, the "light light hard" type of hypnotic combat. Enemy design is a mix between PSO and Dragon quest (no bad thing). So far put about 5 hours into it and really enjoyed it. Ill post some pictures to illustrate some of the finer points of the game. THere is a demo on PSN, I would recommend you try it but dont pick the assassin, very button mashy class. The Cleric sold me on the game, nice weighty mace and a great block/parry system to boot. Surprised how much I am enjoying it so far. ( For context I put over 1000 hours into Dreamcast Phantasy Star Online and 1000 hours into Monster Hunter (various) on the PSP)
  4. Just announced on the EU Official PS blog. An...interesting idea, these seem to be games from the PS3's 'Home' app playable on Vita. Not really sure about this, no one really cares about Home, although it must be doing well enough for them to keep adding new items to it. I can't say I've ever wanted to play it's mini games. On the other hand this sort of reuse of assets does make business sense even if it carries low expectations.
  5. I recently picked up Playstation Plus, and as this was one of the quickest freebies to download, chose this. It's good, so good in fact that I still haven't downloaded Mortal Kombat and the like. It starts extremely simple, and at first seems no more than a low budget Limbo, but then it's charm draws you in. The first two chapters are basically a tutorial for the main event, chapter three. Like, the best games, this captures you with discovery and exploration, and it's clever in slowly leading you to realise that far off ledges and exits are achievable. The story, sure for what it is, is no more than simple fetch quests that lead to a lot of backtracking, but over time these snippets of gaming references and throw away lines also build upon the charming atmosphere. Special mention has to be brought to the music, which is a delightful background and ambience, as you perplex over the many puzzles and the huge sprawling map. It's a pity there's a lack of online reviews, as I had never heard of this previously and likewise had never engaged with the PC versions, so felt duty bound to bring this it's own thread. If you've got PS+, do yourself a favour and give it a go.
  6. So this is out today, but apart from some talk in the Vita megathread it seems to be pretty silent. Anyway, the presentation is up to the standards of the PS3 game and the reviews and first impressions are very positive indeed. With a Metacritic score of 88 (http://www.metacriti...gplanet-ps-vita) this should do well, no?
  7. In recent year we've seen the launch of the 3DS and the PS Vita. Both did terrible at retail, although 3DS sales picked up after a price drop and Nintendo rolling out some big guns like Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 7 and recently New Super Mario Bros 2. The Vita still seems to be struggling despite a pretty strong launch line-up and some excellent downloadables, and even big shots at Sony are now going public with statements that it's hard to cement third party software. Looking at the festive season, the release schedule for both seem to be pretty dire. Am I being overly pessimistic, or is the often heard argument that people grab their iPhones/Androids for quick fix gaming on the road true after all? That the market for true, console-depth games for mobile platforms has pretty much dried up apart from a niche group of interested people? I got this lovely Vita and 3DS lying next to me and there doesn't seem to be coming out much of interest for months, WHY?
  8. http://gematsu.com/2...s-project-omega A new game by some of the people who recently did the Jet Set Radio HD remake conversion, has some staff from the originals who also did stuff for earlier Ryū ga Gotoku games working on it. No idea if the teaser images relate much to whatever the game is about, but it's being shown at TGS.
  9. So with Gamescom kicking off tomorrow, I thought a thread to contain all the news might be called for. VG247 have written up a great summary of why this event is much more about the games than E3, so with some of the industries biggest publishers holding their own presser, we should get a good few announcements, and a better look at this winters line up. Below is a summary of the who, what, why where and when, in order of each conference's schedule: Capcom: Capcom delivered a solid show, focussing on new titles in existing franchises, but the stand out title was their new IP, Remember Me. What We Got: Devil May Cry Resident Evil 6 Lost Planet 3 Marvel vs Capcom Origins Jo Jo's Bizarre Adventure HD (Vita) Okami HD Remember Me EA: What We Got: Crysis 3 FIFA 13 Medal of Honor Warfighter Need for Speed Most Wanted Star Wars: The Old Republic SimCity Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel Battlefield 3: Armored Kill Dead Space 3 NHL 2013 The Simpsons: Tapped Out Sony: What We Got: PlayStation All Stars: Battle Royale (Vita & PS3) Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified (Vita) Assassin's Creed III Assassins Creed: Liberation (Vita) Soul Sacrifice (Vita) The Unfinished Swan Ratchet & Clank: Q Force (Vita & PS3) The Last of Us Killzone: Mercenary Wonder Book - A Book of Spells - Walking With Dinosaurs - Diggs Nightcrawler - Disney (only announced) LittleBigPlanet (Vita) When Vikings Attack (Vita & PS3) Rain Until Dawn (Move) Puppeteer Sports Champions 2 Tearaway (Vita) God Of War: Ascension Sly 4 (Vita & PS3) Little Big Planet: Karting Playstation Mobile (Vita & Android - Couldn't find the montage for this anywhere, if anyone does, just send it along and I'll update the link) Additional News: Below is a summary of the event taken from the Playstation blog: Ubisoft: Times: UK: August 15th 2:00 PM EU: August 15th 3:00 PM Live Streams: Text Stream Only: http://www.el33tonline.com/past/2012/8/15/gamescom_2012_ubisoft_press_conference/ Expectations: After knocking it out of the park at E3, it's hard to see what more Ubisoft have left to reveal. Numerous quotes points to a focus on free to play gaming reveals, based on their existing IP, so don't expect any Watchdogs level unveilings. Expected Games Are: Assassin’s Creed III Assassin’s Creed III Liberation Far Cry 3 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online Shootmania: Storm Rabbids Land Rayman Legend Sports Connection Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013 ZombiU As Gamescom rolls on, I'll update the 'Expected Games' sections with links to revealed videos. Feel free to post links to these videos, and I'll roll them into the OP.
  10. Well, I haven't done one of these in a while. It's another Know Your Boxart quiz! All the letters below are from the boxart of 2012 game releases. How many do you recognise? Please put your answers in spoiler tags so as not to ruin it for others. I'll post the answers up tomorrow if no-one gets them in the meantime. And yes, there is no letter 'Q' - I couldn't find a decent one.
  11. SPE

    Ridge Racer Vita

    Like with Wipeout 2048, this game is deserving of its own thread, instead of being hidden away in the general Vita thread. What's that? You'd heard that Ridge Racer Vita was awful? That's not surprising, considering its critical pounding. A woeful 43% on Metacritic and the lowest scoring Vita game yet. But hey! I've got good news (and a bit of bad news). The core game is wonderful and is a top tier entry into the Ridge series, But with caveats. Good bits: Handling. It handles beautifully. Despite running at 30fps, it retains the pin sharp controls of the better games in the series. Graphics. The graphics vary a bit from course to course, but when Ridge is pretty, it's a very handsome game. The boost effect is the best yet, and the lurching sense of speed when you fire of nitrous boosts is stomach churning. I still winch when I fire off triple nitrous boosts. A subtle depth of field effect is applied to the background. Despite my own concerns around it, 30fps isn't an issue at all, and apart from a skipped frame here and there when things get hectic, is rock solid. All this made all the more beautiful by DAT SCREEN. Music. The game contains a few new music track, but Namco are steadily releasing a metric ton of free music DLC containing the better music tracks from the prior games. Online. The online integration is very well handled. I've not had any connectivity issues playing online races or downloading ghosts to time trial against. No input lag while racing, but opponent cars can ping about the track. UI. Pure sex. The bad bits: Content. The much criticised content model of Ridge is a very valid concern. On buying the game, you get 5 cars (plus 2 secret ones) and 3 courses. If you buy the game before the end of March, you get the Gold Pass included for free. This grants you an additional 5 cars and 3 courses and some special music packs. Without the Gold Pass, each bit of the DLC is available to buy individually. There around around 60 music tracks as free DLC. Next month, the remaining cars and courses will be available, along with a 'Silver Pass' that gives you all of it. So what does the game cost? Buy it now and get the Gold Pass to give you 10 (+2) cars, 6 tracks and 70+ music tracks. Next month, the Silver Pass will cost $7.49/€6.99, with gives you the rest of the content. If you buy the game before the end of March, the full cost of the game when including the Silver Pass is still under the prices of other Vita games. Courses. In the way that Ridge Racers and Ridge Racers 2 were a best of for Ridge, Revolution, Rave, Rage and R4, the Vita game has cherry picked the best tracks from RR6, RR7 and RR 3D. Six tracks are available now (for US players, I think it's only 4 for UK ones), with the remaining three tracks due next month. I don't see this as a bad thing, as the tracks available are all great and the two new ones from the 3DS game will look great when Vita-ised. Structure and balance. The core idea behind RR Vita is you race on and offline in single races and time trials. There is no standard single player campaign. Races give you money and VP points. The VP total gets added to your chosen team (there are four to choose from when you first start the game). This might sound like a terrible idea and very limited, but it just means you're racing for the fun of it, rather than being drip fed races to compete it. It's perfect for quick races, but I've still have a few long sessions with it holding my attention utterly. Money is drip fed slowly, netting you just over 100 per race. The money is spent on upgrades, with cost 400 to unlock an upgrade point. But the upgrades are hidden in an expansive grid, with most of the points having nothing behind them. So getting all of the upgrades will be a long grind. (But grinding has never been this fun!) You get cash injections of 1000 when you randomly (and frequently) become your team's VIP for the day, which helps with the unlocking. Now, the biggest issue. Every few races, your level upgrades. This increases the stats of all of your cars. The set levels of previous Ridge games are gone. This negatively impacts time trials and online racing, as people at a high level will have faster cars with better upgrades, and the times you set in TT will be beaten when you have increased in level and got a faster car. Once you hit Level 7, your car stats are maxed out, but you will still have a long was to go to unlock all the upgrades. The Level cap is currently 16. You can try to race against people at the same level, but it's not guaranteed. and you might get opponents a level or two above you. One you get up to about Level 10 (after about 3 hours play), you should have unlocked all the best upgrades and be able to hold your own against any opponent. Skills permitting, of course. So, should I buy it? If you like Ridge Racer: Fuck yeah, you should. Ridge is now my go-to Vita game, and despite its clear flaws, it's up there as one of my favourite in the series. As long as you are aware of what you're getting, this baby is GOLD. More info: Japanese website, detailing all the course, cars and DLC schedule: http://rr.namco-ch.n..._psvita/concept UK Website: http://www.uk.namcob...e-racer/ps-vita
  12. http://www.theverge....for-380-million So, Microsoft to snap up OnLive?
  13. Times: UK: June 5th 2:00 AM BST EU: June 5th 3:00 AM CET US: June 4th 6:00 PM PST US: June 4th 9:00 PM EST Video Streams: http://us.playstation.com/e3-2012/ http://e3.gamespot.c...erence/sony-e3/ http://www.gametrailers.com/e3/ http://www.g4tv.com/...ences/Sony/135/ http://www.youtube.com/user/E3 Sony are also going all out on streaming the show directly to your PS3. You can watch a live stream of the conference via Home (contain your excitement, I dare you ), and there will be an icon under the 'What's New' category of the XMB, which will pipe the entire show through to you. What Are We Expecting: Vita, Vita and more Vita. Saying that, there's been plenty of buzz about Sony upgrading their Playstation Plus service with cloud streaming and a more tiered price offering. Plus will also be announced for Vita. There's also going to be a host of games of course. Sony has the habit of revealing many of it's upcoming schedule ahead of E3, and this year has been no different. So far we've had: God of War: Ascension Ratchet & Clank: Full Frontal Assault Sports Champions 2 The Last of Us The Last Guardian Sony Allstars: Battle Royale Sly 4 Ni No Kuni Dust 514 The Witch & The Hundred Knights Warrior's Lair Little Big Planet Karting Papo & Yo The Unfinished Swan Also hinted at, are new games from Quantic Dream and it's high time we hear what Guerrilla Games and Sucker punch are up to. The real meat of the show will be Vita though. Already it sounds as though Sony are going to be pushing the platform hard, with recent announcements/leaks including: Sly 4 Assassins Creed 3: Liberation Medal of Honour: Warfighter Sony Allstars: Battle Royale Ghost Recon: Final Mission Need For Speed Jet Set Radio Little Big Planet: Karting Call of Duty Bioshock Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection Lego Batman 2 Oddworld: Strangers Wrath Little Big Planet Killzone Phantasy Star: Online 2 Soul Sacrifice Urban Trials Rayman: Legends Retro City Rampage Sound Shapes Gravity Daze Guacamelee ...and a multitude of other smaller titles I'm also keen to see if they have any serious Playstation Suite announcements, and how much support that's getting. What We Got: Take a look at that list above, take a good look and then ask yourself why Sony chose to talk about just 5 of them... five.....F.I.V.E....fyyyyvvvvveee, God of War, Last Of Us, Sony All Stars, Assassins Creed Vita and Beyond (New Quantic Dream). No talk of cloud gaming initiatives, no remarkable new services for either PS3 or Vita announced, no Vita price cut (although an Assassins Creed bundle is planned), no shake up of the Plus service (although current NA subscribers do get Infamous 2, LittleBigPlanet 2, Just Cause 2 and Saints Row 2) and no surprise exclusives. The only big surprise was a JK Rowling partnership on a new initiative called 'Wonder Book', which is a Move compatible children's book, which features plenty of AR tricks. Last Of Us was the star of the show, and shows that this is a surprisingly violent but markedly different game to Uncharted. Looks awesome. Overall though, this was a huge disappointment, and based on their release schedule, it didn't need to be. I honestly don't know what they're playing at, but to be frank, it was a waste of a great stage. Gutted.
  14. So, what better thread to start on a lazy sunday then a predictions and expectations thread about this years E3. It's only a month and a week away now, so better get those crazy and outlandish ideas in before the first inevitable leaks start seeping in. Personally I'm looking most forward to the Nintendo stuff this year: The final Wii U presentation, new 3DS games ea. I'm hoping we get to see the new Wii U Mario title, Pikmin 3, a new 3DS Zelda game (which will hopefully feat. Toon Link), more of Luigi's Mansion 2, more of Animal Crossing 3DS + it's actual name, more on Level-5's Fantasy Life, the rumoured The World Ends With You Too, the rumoured Kirby, Donkey Kong and Yoshi 3DS games, the rumoured Z.O.E. 3DS game. And of course a healthy amount of exciting eShop titles. And if I can dream, I'd like to see a Wii U F-Zero game, the announcement of an new Earthbound game, a Suda51 game for the WiiU (although he already said that he'd really like to do NMH 3 for the Wii U). I'm also keen on seeing what Sony will do with the Vita; both on trying to counter the pretty poor sales, and hopefully doing this Nintendo-style by announcing lots of great new and unexpected games for this little baby. Whatever happened to Dragon's Crown (and Grand Knights History for that matter...) ? Also excited about the PS4 actually, but just because I'm curious finding out about what we can expect from the next gen. Ah, and lest I forget: Will we see the reveal of a new 3DS model (with two sticks)? Last year I was convinced this'd happen at either E3 2012 or TGS 2012, so I wonder if I was right. Although I'm not so sure now... So, thoughts?
  15. In the run-up to E3 a rumour popped up that Sony was going to announce a partnership with a streaming gaming company (OnLive or Gaikai as I think they're pretty much the only kids on the block. MVC are reporting today that it goes further than that and they've outright bought a company. Gaikai has also sent the following to the media. I assume buying a company is a cheaper option than developing their own system from the ground up given the rate Sony is losing money. But this could be a good move for them, getting in on the ground floor of an area that is likely going to be more and more important as time progresses. My own experience with streaming gaming is mixed. I tried the demo of Mass Effect 2 on Gaikai, at first I was impressed with how well it was running on a 6mb connection (although the graphics were clearly on a relatively low setting) and it played well enough for walking around and conversations. Shooting was bit more problematic, but do-able, but the safecracking mini-games were absolutely unplayable as I watched the cursor lag slowly behind my movements. This could well improve as faster and faster connections become more widespread, although my understanding is that there is latency issue that will be incredibly difficult to overcome. You can give a bunch of demos a whirl on Gaikai now (there's no sign up) on your PC if you want to give it a try for yourself. http://www.gaikai.com/
  16. I miss the thread subtitles And why is there no [stealth] tag goddammit, or should I tag this as a FPS or something? Anyway, Shinobido is a game some of you might remember from the PS2 days. It was never released in the USA, but for some reason they did bother with a PAL version. The game was made by the original Tenchu devs, who you might also know from the Way of the Samurai series, and who went on to make Shinobido (translated: Way of the Ninja, with 'shinobi' meaning 'ninja' faq fans!) after losing the Tenchu ip as a sort of spiritual successor. It took the best elements of Tenchu, i.e. the open levels in which you could devise your own routes and approaches, and turned it up to eleven. The protagonist of Shinobido was a lot more nimble than Rikimaru, had access to loads more items with which to outwit your enemies, the game featured an alchemy system to craft those items, you could freely select which missions to take on from multiple employers, and loads more. Since then there has been a Shinobido game for the original PSP but that was fucking awful imho. Anyway, with the release of the Vita comes the long-awaited (well, awaited by me at least) release of Shinobido 2! Check out the gameplay trailer below: As you can see, it looks like more of the same but the new features that stand out are the ability to float and a special move to freeze time and go in for an extra gory stealth kill. The way the game works is that there are multiple warlords at each others' throats (I think three in total) and you can accept missions from any one of them. Doing a mission for the one warlord will lower your standing with the other two, however. Furthermore, you choice of mission and employer could have an impact on the way the story unfolds. During missions you have a main goal (assassinate someone for example) but your rewards increase if you achieve optional goals and earn a higher score at the end of the mission - for example, by not being seen at all. You earn experience points with which you can improve your stats and abilities and gold to buy items. Items which you purchase and find during missions can be combined into new items, proper ninja items to use in missions, using alchemy. Better abilities and stats and items open up new tactical possibilities, thus leading to better rewards and even more stealthy awesomeness! Unlike Tenchu there are a lot more ways of luring and distracting guards thanks to the vastly expanded move and item lists. Your ninja also moves like lightning through the levels compared to Tenchu, he's a lot more nimble, but he also has access to old faves like the grappling hook. Be warned that the usual downsides of these Acquire ninja stealth sims will probably be present once again: wonky controls and camera which take a bit getting used to, and not entirely convincing AI. If you enjoyed the early Tenchu titles back in the day and you're able to look past that and immerse yourself into the Ninja stealthy goodness and the surrealistic historical Japanese atmosphere, this might be worth a go. I will post my thoughts on the game once I've had a chance to play it, so you could always wait for my verdict if you want to know what a fan of Acquire ninja stealth games makes of it. In the meantime, enjoy some screens: Link to the original Shinobido on PS2 thread Link to the All Things Tenchu thread Link to the Way of the Samurai series thread ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Rllmuk Final Results screens Mr. Gerbik: Shynra: Doc NI, normal: And Doc NI, hard:
  17. This looks interesting: http://www.siliconer...ave-a-princess/
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