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16 Jun 2019 23:25:59
Surviving Mars:

Essentially a City Builder but on Mars and with some unique concepts. You have got the obvious things like you need to house everything in domes, but what I really like about the game, is you get these "events" which happen and this adds some really unique elements to the game. The events that occur usually lead to a unique series of break through technologies, all of which server different purposes. One of the events I had allowed me to bring earth-like traits to Martian born colonists via the education system, these would all be beneficial traits only.

You're also put up against 3 other rival colonies, these all have different levels of funding. You can interact with these colonies via trading, gifting, insulting or even colluding to eliminate another colony.

I did run into a couple of problems, a lot of my Geologists decided to stop working in the Geologists specific jobs, which left me running low on key resources such as Rare Metals, which you can either sell for extra funding or use to make electronics. Nothing too major but a little annoying.

Other than that the game is very well made, plays excellently and has a very mild learning curve. This is arguably the most polished game I've played recently.

Also, Frontier(Planet Coaster, Elite Dangerous, Jurassic World Evolution) have picked up the developers for this game and will be publishing their work from now on.

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17 Jun 2019 20:28:32
Yeah I enjoyed surviving Mars but my colonists seemed to keep getting infected with those spores even tho I had air purifiers etc

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18 Jun 2019 00:57:58
I've not come across that yet lol. I got to 100% terraformed and kind of stopped playing. I might try a new game with just 1 rocket of Earth colonists, see how long it takes me to get to 1000 population :D

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23 May 2019 16:21:32
Codemasters are rebooting the Grid franchise. Looking forward to this!

Grid racing game

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24 May 2019 10:08:32
Yeah could be good m8,the old grid games were great and codemasters usually nail racers

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12 Jun 2019 19:27:08
The F1 games that Codies release are pretty solid, plus I was a pretty big fan of GRID and Autosport, so hopefully this new one is as good as those are.

{Ed001's Note - I do like the Grid games.}

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23 May 2019 07:39:34
Completed my first playthrough of sekiro and think its on par with bloodborne and dark souls 3.

Vertical level design is amazing and gave me prince of persia sands of time vibe.

Has to be the most difficult game for newcomers as there is a mini boss around every corner of the game but the developers for the very first time have added tutorials, clues and explain what each item does to make it less frustrating.

After my initial struggles, once the game clicked and i got used to the combat the sword fighting in this game is unlike something you have ever experienced.

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27 Apr 2019 14:12:43
A little gem of a game I've been playing the last few weeks is vigor on xbone. It's coming free to play in a few months (allegedly) but there's a two hour trial available. It's a wonderful "escape from tarkov" clone for console and definitely a good purchase for pubg fans. Worth a punt for players with nerves of steel. Mine were shredded in minutes.

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14 Apr 2019 17:25:19
Does anybody play f1 2018? I'm really struggling with the fuel and tyre management on the practice sessions if anybody could give any tips? Thanks

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14 Apr 2019 21:32:02
Are you using a controller or wheel/pedals?

Tyre management is difficult with a controller, especially if you have it on the harder difficulties.

Fuel management is usually quite easy to achieve, try letting go of your acceleration about 0.5s before you would normally brake on each corner, This works especially well on tracks like Bahrain, China and Azerbijan. If you keep practicing it you'll eventually find the right spots.

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15 Apr 2019 13:24:19
Thanks mate and yes controller. I’ve managed to get a bit better on tyre management by running the lean fuel on corners and the high fuel on straights it’s just the fuel saving is a pain. I also have traction on full basically all the assists bar braking as I’m a newbie and spin everywhere without tc. Any other tips would be greatly appreciated

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15 Apr 2019 14:54:58

Try watching some of the videos from Tiametmarduk, he's a youtuber who streams racing games. He also gets inside info about up coming F1 games and updates, as well as offering tips to people who struggle with F1 games.

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15 Apr 2019 17:49:04
I’ll check it out, cheers mate

{Ed001's Note - you really need a wheel and pedals to get the most out of a game like that mate. It is much easier to gently depress a pedal to avoid wheelspin than it is to avoid it on a controller. The range of movement on a controller is so much less.}

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15 Apr 2019 23:06:01
Thanks Ed, it’s something I’ll definitely stick on the wish list for the future they do look a lot of fun especially with the three screen set ups. Do you play much racing yourself and do you have wheels and pedals?

{Ed001's Note - I do have a couple of sets. By mistake, I ordered one and misread the fine print, it turned out to be compatible with the PS3 not PS4. I did wonder why it was so cheap! I love racing games especially on the PC with multiscreen set up. I am going to save up for a gear lever set up, as it is better for some games having the option. I couldn't play a racing game on a controller any more.}

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16 Apr 2019 11:36:26
Ok thanks Ed I think I’ll have to invest myself soon, I can see how much easier it would be on a wheel. But I won’t be playing truck simulator, each to there own but that looks terrible!

{Ed001's Note - sad to say but I find that quite addictive at times. Got both European and American as part of a Humble Bundle or for free from them (I forget which) and have tried both thinking they would be rubbish but just wanting a laugh with mates. However I did find them quite good fun, especially when you switch off the speed limiter so you can charge along trying to swerve between traffic at over 100mph with a heavy load of tractors on the back that you have to be careful not to get tipped over by on tighter bends.

I do much prefer racing games though. I just wish Gran Turismo was available on PC too. It is no longer the standout racing game, but nostalgia makes me want to play that over other racing games. The first one was the reason I got a playstation in the first place.}

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16 Apr 2019 13:25:15
Fair enough Ed I suppose it’s better than trying it in real life!
Yeah the original gran turismo, I lost my childhood to that game and f1 97. I’m only on console at the moment so I’m going to save up for a gaming pc and the full set up.

{Ed001's Note - build it yourself mate. A good case or chassis is only fairly cheap and it will save you a lot in the long run as you only need to update the part that is struggling when it struggles or breaks, rather than buy a new PC every few years. It is not that difficult to build either, as most things will slot in and just need you to download software to set it up.}

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16 Apr 2019 14:52:00
Lerchy, I would recommend you visit and then venture onto the forums and ask them what to get. You'll need to give a rough estimate for a budget, but they are incredibly helpful and knowledgable.

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16 Apr 2019 16:34:00
Nice one lads, great replies!

{Ed001's Note - if you have any old pcs already, you could just buy a case and cannibalise them for most of the parts you need just to get started. For gaming, the CPU and RAM can be easily skimped on a bit with older parts.}

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14 Apr 2019 09:13:33
Anyone looking forward to the new Doom game when it comes out?

I'm personally a big fan and very much looking forward to it.

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15 Apr 2019 14:04:06
Yeah hsf I’m looking foward to it,loved the reboot from a few years ago

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15 Apr 2019 15:05:19
I think it's great that they went back to their roots with the reboot, making it a fast paced shooter, with a few added extras like double jumping and weapon upgrades.
My only issue with it, was that it was a little easy, so hopefully it's harder to complete in the new one.

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27 Apr 2019 14:06:56
Right, have to ask, doom is sitting on my desk to be played when I get a chance. How good is the mapmaker? I still gather friends over for time splitters 3 matches using custom maps and was hoping doom might be the next step. Any thoughts would be welcome

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26 Mar 2019 16:19:24
Anybody started with sekiro? Prices are too high for the game here. Will pick it up later.
I heard it punishes you for playing it like a soulsborne game.

{Ed001's Note - I had a look at it but the price put me off too.}

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27 Mar 2019 07:18:31
Agree ed, wouldn’t be surprised if activision has a hand in this. The collectors edition in the states is cheaper than the standard base game here. Luckily these type of games drop in price very quickly.

{Ed001's Note - games are getting ridiculously overpriced in general. I only got the Division 2 because I had saved up credit through Humble Bundle over years and it made it a reasonable price. Otherwise I doubt I would ever buy a new game again, I just can't bring myself to pay the amounts they are asking for what is always just a rehash of something that has gone before.}

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28 Mar 2019 13:56:52
I really fancy getting seriko as well but I’ll also wait on a price drop,done the same with far cry new dawn and managed to get it for 20quid last week

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09 Mar 2019 16:32:07
Seems quiet here. Anyways started with red dead redemption 2 a couple of weeks back and can easily see it cracking my top 10 games of all time.

Wasn’t a big fan of gta 5 and went into rdr 2 thinking the same. The terrible shooting mechanics is carried over from gta 5 but everything else is just magnificent. Also the most immersive game i have ever played with so much attention to detail and the best voice acting as well.

Please don’t fast travel in this game as you can stumble upon some amazing encounters on your way. Truly set a standard on how to develop an open world rpg and hope more developers learn from them.

{Ed007's Note - RDR2 should be classed as a work of art 👍 and it's easily the best PS4 game I've played.}

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12 Mar 2019 22:26:03
Agreed absolutely loved rdr2 ,didn’t even bother trying the online tho

{Ed007's Note - I've done the first bit before you go into the open world but never went back to it after the lad across the road said it was brutal.}

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12 Mar 2019 22:43:48
Yeah Ed m8 I never liked rdr1 or gta online so I never bothered

{Ed007's Note - I couldn't get my head round GTA5 online at all, my Mrs liked all the crazy races but apart from that I never managed to do anything in it.}

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09 Feb 2019 23:58:20
Anyone seen this new Early Access game on Steam called SkaterXL?
It's literally bare bones at the minute, with only 1 map which is pretty empty, however the modding community have really taken to this game.

If anyone is a skater or used to skate, I would highly recommend this game, as it's not only realistic, but the community are really, really involved.

This video is about 2 days after release on the basic default map. If you want to see some of the excellent modded maps, just check out the rest of Nightspeeds videos on youtube. =]

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26 Jan 2019 01:52:22
Nice to see EA breaking everything. Again.

The release of the Anthem demo has caused their servers to have a massive meltdown. Great way for EA to start 2019.

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13 Jan 2019 21:15:42
So saw post a while back and as a result but divinity 2 original sin, going to start with my missus. How much to class’ affect play?

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04 Jan 2019 15:23:18
Anyone remember the original football manager game from the 80's?
Where you start in the fourth division but could buy players like Maradona etc for you Fourth division club.
It cost like £1.99 and you didn't need to go to a games retailer to buy it. As many newsagents used to sell these games on cassette.
The other one i enjoyed but Emlyn Hughes Soccer.

{Ed001's Note - a guy who worked with me ma rewrote the programme to increase the difficulty, so that was the version I had of it. But I forget what it was called, might have been soccer manager.}

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05 Jan 2019 11:40:47
Lol ed i used to change the player names and stats to99

{Ed001's Note - games were much better back then.}

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31 Dec 2018 23:42:39

Apart from games, can discuss about pc/notebook specs here as well? Need some opinions and advices on this.

{Ed001's Note - go for it mate.}

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01 Jan 2019 04:45:22
Thanks Ed01.

I'm going to replace my PC with a laptop. I have kind of a strict budget, but I want it to be decent enough to play some of the recent games.

Between Ryzen and i5, which one would be better? Then the graphics, the Ryzen comes with RX 560, while the i5 comes with GT1050. Both with 4GB graphics memory.

I really like the price of the Ryzen laptop, which is few hundreds Malaysian Ringgit cheaper than the i5. Some said Ryzens and Radeons are actually a bit better than its equivalent Intel and GeForce. But you know sometimes you tend to be a bit sceptical when considering the cheaper options; is it really better, if it is why it's cheaper etc.

Games will be just like the secondary usage of this laptop. Mainly want it for the kids. I can't consider to buy two, wife will be furious that's for sure.

{Ed001's Note - I don't know which of those are better, as I have used neither but I do know why they are cheaper. It is simply their USP is to undercut the market leader. When people get an idea in their mind that one thing is better, it becomes difficult to get them to consider an alternative. Intel and Nvidia have much bigger advertising budgets, so you can't use advertising to convince people you are better. The other main alternative is to go cheaper, as budget is always a key consideration when buying an expensive product like a computer. (I knew those business courses I did would come in handy one day!!!)}

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01 Jan 2019 05:27:51
You might have a point there Ed01.

I did some of my own research on these two. The Ryzen/Radeon seems to be a wee bit better in terms of specs compared to the i5/Geforce. But too much of figures and jargons that I really couldn't understand from the articles that I've read on this. And yet the Ryzen is cheaper. Brand power, is it?

Now comes to brand. The laptop that I'm considering the most is an Acer. I'm also considering some from Asus and MSI. Is the brand Acer okay? In terms of reliability I mean. Tech support is something I don't think too much of here.

{Ed001's Note - my old laptop is an Acer which I picked up very cheap as it was the previous year's model. The only problem I have had with it, apart from running ridiculously hot (so hot you can't have it on your lap! Though, to be fair it is far too big to seat comfortably on a lap anyway) is when a Windows update caused an issue with it and I had to roll it back. Other than that, never had a problem.

If one has an SSD for the operating system, rather than an HDD, then I would suggest taking that. The difference is extremely noticeable between the two, far more than the difference between the CPUs and GPUs in terms of performance.}

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01 Jan 2019 08:02:38
I totally overlooked this. Further look at the specs, the Ryzen comes with 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, whereby the i5 just with 1TB HDD. Yet, still, the Ryzen is cheaper. Thanks Ed01. Now I know which one I'll go for.

{Ed001's Note - that would defo be my choice mate. An SSD is so much quicker, even just booting up.}

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01 Jan 2019 20:19:26
HaizanMSS, if you're looking for something to game on, I would stick with a desktop. Laptops have improved significantly in the last 5-10 years, but they're still years behind desktops and any failures with components, require you to buy a whole new laptop. Desktops also have the advantage of being fully customisable(unless you buy a Dell - DON'T BUY ONE), they have advanced cooling features which can prolong component lifespans and they're far more powerful.
Desktops are also attainable over a period of time, you can buy each component seperately when you're finances allow, this increases your budget overall.
For example I spent £1400 on my desktop over a period of 4 months. I purchased different components at different times and now I have a seriously powerful rig.

If you require portability for traveling then ignore what I've said, except one thing. Stay away from MSI, as from personal experience, their components fail regularly as in all 4 of my own MSI components failed over the years.

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01 Jan 2019 21:18:36
Thanks hsf. I oftenly bring my kids to here and there, even when I have outstation trips, that's why I have no choice but to go for a laptop.

The model that I'm eyeing is a gaming laptop, a budget one of course. I assume these gaming laptops have much better cooling system than the ordinary laptop. Am I right?

Some of my friends suggested MSI, and yet none of them have used or currently using it! Hence I came here. And again, thanks a lot hsf!

{Ed007's Note - This all baffles me. I'm trying to get the £ together for a PC powerful enough to let me stream my PS4 on Twitch, run OBS etc and I've been told it'll cost anything from £400 to £1500 just for a start up system.
I'm not saying guys like Ed001 & HSF don't know what they're talking about btw but just how confusing it all is to joe public and how easy we can get ripped off without having people like them to ask.}

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01 Jan 2019 22:28:21
Agree Ed07. I did find some articles, as well as forums discussing about these things, but they were more discussing about hardwares that are way way off of my budget. High-end stuffs. High-end means 4 or 5 thousand plus considering my currency here. Plus, like I said they used lots of numbers and figures and jargons which I found it difficult to understand. Like talking to engineers. I can create an account in any of these forums and post my questions there, but I'm not into having too many online accounts and stuffs. Good thing is, I have you guys, Eds. You guys created these sites, which easy for us to discuss and ask about almost anything in here.

Again I agree when we asked the wrong person, we might get misled or ripped off. Some suggested to me to walk-in to any of the stores, but that despise me. Whenever a customer mention about "budget", especially shoestring budget, most of these sales person tend to make those irritating faces and just refuse to attend the inquiry as much as they should.

Hsf, I missed asking you about Dell. Dell was initially one of my preference, mainly because years ago my clients preferred me to quote and supply them Dell computers, and these clients were mainly in engineering field and RnD. I had an assumption that maybe Dells are good. I decided against Dell purely because they are too ridiculously expensive, and those that are within my budget probably might just allow me to run Tetris! Why you advice me not to consider one, if you care to share. Thanks a lot hsf!

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01 Jan 2019 23:37:45
Agreed Ed007, I still seek advice from the overclockers forums because you can never be too sure. A lot of the component review sites are bias in some way or another, so relying on personal testimonies from PC enthusiasts is more beneficial.
£1500 sounds a bit much for a rig just to stream. But then again I don't stream, so I wouldn't really know.

{Ed007's Note - If I'm buying anything electronic I ask Ed001 for advice, from laptops to phones and tablets and he's never let me down yet - the Samsung tablet he recommended when we met up in Birmingham about 6 years ago is still running well enough for what I want.
I think the £1500 prices are more for if you want to play games on the PC, which I don't but I wonder how many people buy (or are 'conned' into buying) a PC that they don't actually need?}

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03 Jan 2019 18:33:14
HaizanMSS, they've just done a few shady things in the past with their hardware. They used to cheap out on some components like the power supply and memory. The power supply for example would be "just" powerful enough to run the system, but would be some off-brand garbage that would likely fail shortly after the warranty.
Memory would be the lowest frequency the motherboard could handle.
The case fans would be cheap and have strange adapters so they couldn't be replaced.

I don't know if that is still the case, as this was around 2006 maybe? But it was enough for me to never ever buy one.

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04 Jan 2019 14:06:37
Wow. That sounds more like robbing the customers. Regardless, I ain't going to consider Dell definitely purely because of the price.

Went to a shop, and found a model with SSHD, a hybrid of HDD and SSD. A bit more expensive though, but the margin is not too much and I'm really considering that one now.

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05 Jan 2019 19:58:38
One other thing I should have mentioned before is the cooling pads. A friend of mine uses one and highly recommends them.

They are a pad which your laptop sits on, that has fans built into it. All you need to do is plug it in via a usb port on your laptop.

SSHD's are pretty good, they cut down on load times a little bit as they have a specific sized cache dedicated to SSD, as well as a large HDD storage area. It's pretty clever and quite efficient.

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21 Dec 2018 11:38:19
Right, serious advice needed here. Me and the wife are just finishing off diablo 3 on ps4 couch co op. Was hoping to get another couch co op for Christmas, as of now, it'll be original Star Wars battlefront 2 but my eye has been on divinity 2, original sin. The reviews are amazing but I'm just not sure yet. Any thoughts on the game would be welcome or any suggestions for ps4 or xbone.

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23 Dec 2018 07:00:09
Divinity original sin 2 has to be the best rpg that has come out this decade by a mile for me followed by dragons dogma and Elex.

Divinity can be played co op but it is nothing like diablo. Its a slow paced game where you will be reading & listening to many dialogues and text. The combat is turn based and ruthless at some places.

If you want something like diablo but in a futuristic setting take a look at alienation, very solid game.

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24 Dec 2018 10:06:26
Much appreciated mate, yeah, I’m about to get hate but diablo 3 got so freaking boring. Especially the last act. I know that’s sacriledge. It started off fun but we completed it on the hardest setting available and it wasnt a challenge at all. We were completely op. We’ve gone and bought divinity 2 knowing full well now it’s going to be a major undertaking. Watched a number of different videos and holy spit, the combat system looks incredibly deep. The whole game does, excited and terrified jumping in. We are hoping it’ll be a game we’ll play for the next few years. I think it’ll be putting an entire day aside and just throwing ourselves in and learning. Any noob tips for a NOOB would be greatly appreciated.

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25 Dec 2018 13:34:31
The game is so complex that referring to a guide would make it even more confusing. I recommend playin it on the easiest difficulty since it won't kill the pace of the game in coop. You can always push the difficulty higher once you get the hang of the mechanics.

Important tips off the top of my head:
- try to make hybrid character builds which cover all elemental damages(fire,ice,water,poison,etc) and also consider long/close range (eg.long range- archer,mage,etc. / close range - warrior, knight,basically tanks, etc)

- higher ground during the battle gives you a damage buff

- You can create oily, water ,toxic, etc surfaces during battle so pay attention to your environment.

- explore everything and talk to all npcs. Get the pet pal perk which gives you the ability to communicate with animals.

- get into the habit of saving the game manually every 15 mins and keep multiple saves instead of overwriting.

- also the game rewards you for sneaking and thieving every place.

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25 Dec 2018 13:58:24
Diablo 3 was a decent game but never replayed it again. You should seriously consider alienation and helldivers, both twin stick shooters. Helldivers has friendly fire which makes co op even more fun and challenging.

Anyways merry christmas to you and all the posters/eds.

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28 Dec 2018 12:59:54
Much appreciated mate, same to you and your family. Crazy Christmas so far and haven’t had a chance to put it in the tray but I’ve already decided I need the animal perk on your advice. We’ll find a way to get our asses kicked from the off but looking forward to it.

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17 Dec 2018 13:39:53
I finally got my first solo chicken dinner on pubg last night. The ps4 version is much much more stable than the xbone version and I haven't seen any sign of mouse and keyboard cheats at all. Definitely worth a go for anyone who's tired of fortnight's epic building or the general crap ness of h1z1.

{Ed001's Note - solo chicken dinner?}

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17 Dec 2018 14:29:08
100 players on one map try and kill each other as the map closes in around them. When you win you receive your chicken dinner. (Essentially winner winner chicken dinner pops up on the screen.) I’ve put in around two days of gameplay on xbone and never got a solo victory and I finally got it on the ps4. A large part has to do with the fact that it’s a better version. Far smoother and just a joy to play.

{Ed001's Note - a chicken dinner? I am sorry but that is terrible.}

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17 Dec 2018 14:50:29
Haha to any pubg fans that’s sacrilege ed. To get a chicken dinner in pubg is sacrosanct. In fortnite it’s called getting a victory royale which is fine.

{Ed001's Note - I am sure it is very nice, but it just seems a bit meh. I certainly won't be bothering to try it if that is all you are aiming for.}

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17 Dec 2018 15:20:38
I think Battle Royale modes have shaken up the games industry to be honest. It mightened be everybody’s cup of tea but until you play one, it’s hard to describe what emotions you go through. Especially if your not great at the game (like me). I’ve never had my heart beat or hands shake with as much adrenaline as I found myself in the last part of the map with three other players all vying for the same position as a blue shield of electricity closed in around us forcing us to move. The terror of hearing footsteps in your headpiece or silenced gunfire landing around you and you haven’t a clue from where, is something regular deathmatches just can’t offer because when you die, you just respawn. When you’ve spent half an hour looting houses for armor, health and your preferred few guns of choice, (ak47, red dot site, with compensator for stability) and know any misstep will get you killed it’s frigging awesome and as I said, terrifying at the same point. I know you are an rts fan ed but if you ever get the opportunity or play a round on any format, really do give it a shot.

{Ed001's Note - I am not a big RTS fan mate. I just don't really enjoy FPS. Bores me.}

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17 Dec 2018 15:48:52
Sorry ed, I thought you’d said you play stuff like like c and c when editing. I imagine you don’t get to play much at all with the sites so “big fan” was probably a misstep on my part. I’m with you with FPS and tps, but having played shooters for the last twenty years I was bound to get board. that's why br mode has blown me away, it’s wonderful when games in a stagnant genre reinvent themselves in some way. I think it forces developers to push forward the industry as a whole. Pubg affects me wonderfully. Again I reiterate to any other ps4 gamers who ere curious, it is a cracking port across

{Ed001's Note - no mate, it is games like Civ and Total War or similar that are turn based I tend to play as you can just take a go and then leave it to play the rest. Or RPGs that you can just pause and come back to. Not that I get to play a lot, but it has to be something solo for me as I just do not have the time to sit and play anything. Be no point me trying something like PUBG to be honest.}

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17 Dec 2018 16:01:50
Don’t forget champo manager 2001/2. Your articles convinced me to go and download it again. Still the best to this day. 😉 I should thank you but I lost 4 straight days of my life to that last month. Barely getting work done as it is. I’ll stick with pubg for the wracked nerves for the moment.

{Ed001's Note - hahaha I did get it back again but have yet to open it. I barely get to play these days. I tried Conan Exiles, might be great but I just kept dying while I was editing.}

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17 Dec 2018 16:24:49
For the good of the site, don’t open it. Really don’t open it. Yeah Conan really kicks your ass. That type of game constantly runs but if you want a survival game like it, you can play offline 7 days to die and pause mid edit. It’s one of my all time favourite games for its many flaws but again, not everybody’s taste. It’s conan exiles but with zombies and easier building

{Ed001's Note - I did look at that first but after about 5 minutes decided to try Conan and just never got round to going back. I couldn't figure out what I was meant to do on 7 Days but Conan seemed easier to get started with. Now I have the idea I might have to go back to it one day to try it.}

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17 Dec 2018 19:16:17
Yes Ed, it is terrible. Welcome to modern video gaming.

{Ed001's Note - oh you sound like an old man now!!}

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