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Yesterday, 09:02 AM
OK, here is my pop:
Crypt of the Necrodancer
11-11-2015, 01:47 PM
I had a day off work yesterday and actually spent some time playing games. Hurrah! This was a dipping in and out and seeing what I like session.
Tomb Raider: Legend. Don't tell anyone, but this is...
11-09-2015, 08:37 AM
I suspect my tactic of 'aaaah, dude in cowl, run away, RUN AWAY RUNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN' probably won't be sustainable then.
I did briefly try punching penguins, but decided I would probably...
09-09-2015, 12:25 PM
I bought three games in the Humble sale, and with my wife and son away for the weekend, I actually managed to play them.
Mini Metro is brilliant. It is nice and simple in concept, but the...
25-08-2015, 08:38 AM
Damn you John Walker *shakes fist*
14-08-2015, 08:53 AM
The first game I remember playing was Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future on my uncle's Spectrum.
Like Swagzilla, the first game I owned myself was Alex the Kid on the Master System (which I had...
07-09-2012, 09:32 AM
Interestingly, 2K/Firaxis are saying that they will essentially guarantee the Elite Soldier Pack to Steam pre-orders anyway:
It was great fun last night, although there was a certain pesky spy mentioned above that I am going to have to hunt down and pummel next time. At least I learnt a few things (1. I suck as Demoman; 2....
Sorry I didn't make it last night, the requests of a pregnant wife are not to be disregarded.
The couple of sessions I have been to have been fun, which is the important thing for me. I've...
23-07-2012, 05:13 PM
I learnt that some forward planning, playing of demos in advance, and most importantly stopping and thinking about what I am considering buying can help me stop wasting money on games that I don't...
The only thing to add to my list is a copy of the DoubleFine bundle as an anniversary present for my wife. I'm quite happy with £22 for me and £9 for gifts.
I was going to say that 10pm was a little late for me, but my wife and I are expecting a baby, so I should probably start training myself for late nights and limited sleep.
I'm not sure if I I'll...
It looks like we will have to wait to find out. South Africa were sensational.
That was excellent fun, thanks guys. I was having microphone problems as well, I'll get that sorted for next time. I'll also try something other than Heavy.
I can't offer any opinion on maps and...
I'm amusingthebrood on Steam as well.
He is very useful to have at 7. De Villiers took five catches, it will be interesting to see if keeping wicket is detrimental to his batting.
I am not in any way sat at my desk at work reading it and eating chocolate instead of doing my job. Not at all.
20-07-2012, 02:26 PM
Agreed. I tried with the keyboard to start with, but the pad felt much easier to me. Glad you enjoyed it though, I love the game as well.
20-07-2012, 01:01 PM
I have sunk many hundreds of hours into II, III, and IV and was cautious of V after reading reaction to it, but I am really enjoying the fresh perspective on Civ. It does some things better,...
I've joined the group as well, I hope nobody minds. I haven't played competitive FPS with humans for about 15 years, but have been fancying some shooting of men for a little while. TF2 looks fun, but...
15-07-2012, 05:09 PM
For me, this is a key aspect. I don't enjoy playing games where I have no control over a situation or no ability to change the outcome. If I am killed because my skills/knowledge/dexterity were...
14-07-2012, 08:44 AM
Well, The Binding of Isaac is interesting, isn't it? One of the more unique £1.48s I've spent.
£ 2.99 Trine 2 as a gift for my wife as we enjoyed playing through the first one.
£ 1.71 Sanctum DLC
£ 7.12 Sonic Generations and DLC
£ 1.48 Binding of Issac and DLC
£ 8.61 Civ V and...
21-06-2012, 09:49 AM
I am currently playing Civ V. I finally picked it up in the recent free weekend/discount. I have a long history in Civs II to IV and am now really enjoying V. I was planning on waiting a while to get...
My wife used to work night shifts, so you have my sympathy. One thing that helped her was to eat her largest meal when she got up in the evening and only eat lightly at the end of the night before...
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