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Pepperpot

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  1. Strap yourself in. "Hey! What did I tell you!? Don't touch anything!" I can't wait until they meet Bill. 😄
  2. I remember people saying the fog and the radio in the SH games was also because of the limitations of the era, but they became a staple or recognisable asset to the series. Even the little doot doot sound when you pick up something, I like. You know it's a SH game if you hear the little noise.
  3. Well, I'd say yes, they are important. But I think in RE games, they are making everything too quiet and dark. There's barely any music. You can add the original soundtrack, which just feels meh. But really. The graphics aren't bad, but they just want everything to be too dark throughout practically every room you go into. It's not like that in older RE games. I still think the RE[1] remake on the GameCube has the most peachy graphics, despite coming out all the way back in 2002. I think it was out in March that year, but I got it in September, as the PAL release was late. If you had an Action Replay device, you could actually use it to play import games from other regions, months before it hit shelves wherever you may be. That was nifty, but then cheats got done away with, as well, it's cheating. Ain't it? I don't really like RE much anymore. It's not just because they are too dark. It's mainly just because the story is ass gravy now, and I think Capcom has hired some lame writers for their games. Plus, I don't know what to make of some of the zany stuff in RE8. But nonetheless, I felt it was a good series up to a point. And I do like RE4, as a general game judged by itself. Although it's hardly a sequel, as the plot is about the parasites in Europe. But it's not really like the previous games, which is why I say it's like RE had basically been turned into a new IP altogether, yet the name was carried across. And most of the games since 2005 have been uneven Steven. You know? But anyway, that's just because Capcom wanted to do different things each time, so of course some results will be bad, but some will still be effective.
  4. I wonder if they're going to have Ada's red dress as an unlockable. In my opinion, she should have had it from the start anyway, and the combat outfit should have been an extra costume. They're totally changing up her character.
  5. Provided it's not essential, I don't mind. Still feels unnecessary. Back in the day, you didn't buy content. You unlocked it, and could give yourself kudos. But it's 2022. That's just how the industry works now. https://www.dualshockers.com/resident-evil-4-remake-will-include-in-game-purchases-according-to-esrb-summary/
  6. The RE4 remake is due out in March, and already I am seeing rumours that there will be microtransactions... Uh, can I have a quiet wee word, Capcom? 🤭 Like for example, in the original RE4 you could use a red beam on your guns to aim at enemies. But it seems that you're now going to have to buy this feature. So I would not be surprised if you have to buy your German Suplex counter move as well. 😆 In all seriousness, that's rather shoddy. 🤑
  7. Saw II. Imagine having to remove your own eye to retrieve a key. 😧
  8. I'm excited for Alan Wake II. I played the first one years ago, when I still owned my Xbox 360. I never finished it. It was very hard. But it was not really a true horror game. This is seemingly going to change for the sequel...
  9. [i]Lady in White[/i]. It's about a boy who is locked in a closet by bullies. He then sees the ghost of a little girl, who was murdered. I actually find that I often struggle to finish films these days. I get easily bored.
  10. The other night, I watched Student Bodies. It's a funny parody of the slasher genre. The killer is called "The Breather" and constantly walks up steps, standing on chewing gum stuck to them. 🤭 Whenever somebody dies, there's a 'kill count' that pops up on the screen.
  11. That's sad news about Kevin. I mind of watching the animated series when I was a youngster. The figures were cool. I remember I had Killer Croc with a little green crocodile that you could attach to one of his hands. Clayface shot out a mace spike by pressing his stomach. I ended up trading it for a broken Mr. Freeze figure with a mate. 😁
  12. I'll remember that for the next time, Shagger. 👍
  13. Survival horror fans might want to give this new PS5 game a look. https://thechant.com/
  14. What's the co-op like? 🎮 I bet it's not as fun a zombies game as Days Gone.
  15. I watched Annihilation with Natalie Portman yesterday. It didn't make much sense, but it was still entertaining. It's about women who go inside a forcefield looking thing that's called a Shimmer. Turns out several men went there before, including the partner of Portman, who she found earlier in a flashback, behaving all strange. Some extraterrestrial lifeform mimics you. There's also a pretty messed up looking bear that launches an attack while a member of the group has turned suspicious and tied up the other survivors in a house. She runs outside because she hears her seemingly dead friend's voice shouting for help. Then the bear strikes. 🐻 Michael Does Life wouldn't have had a chance. 😄
  16. Hostel. And the sequels it has. 🙀 It's about two guys who go to Amsterdam hoping to get laid. What they don't know is that rich people in the villa pay good money to see folk getting tortured and killed by their hands. This all occurs in this place where you get a private room. The women are there to trick outsiders into being captured. Clients are then expected to kill their subjects. All of the films have sickening levels of sadism. 👹
  17. The second Terminator, no questions asked. Aliens as well.
  18. The original 13 Ghosts. It goes blue when you need to put the special glasses on.
  19. I am gonna miss not seeing Sly back as his legendary character, Rocky Balboa. Otherwise, I think it's gonna be another hard hitting, motion picture experience.
  20. What sites have the best data on record for the dates 15 March to 16 August, 2020? I think this time period was most likely unofficial and ignored by the NME, etc. Trolls World Tour was apparently number one for ages, yet it's not even listed on Box Office Mojo as such. ~thesaunderschild
  21. Yes. Yesterday, I watched the masterpiece that is Psycho. The ending where the psychologist is describing Norman Bates is a hoot. The sequels are good too, but I don't get how he was released from the asylum again after 3, as 4 depicts him talking to people on a radio show about his demons. Unless the third film is ignored. It's not clear. I don't know how they could release him once, let alone repeatedly.
  22. I like snooker as well. I used to play it in a venue called the Ball Room. But it's harder than pool. If you trail too far behind in points, you have to make your opponent carry out fouls, then attempt to pocket the balls in a certain order, ending with the black ball, which is worth 7 points. The table is massive too.
  23. It's just who's behind the games. Their other projects weren't exactly a success. One of them released an adventure game about a cat lost in a city. But it's just a storyboard type of thing. Not a game in that traditional sense.
  24. I want to try 6-ball. It is where you have to pocket balls on your designated side of the table. Like 1 to 3, or 4 to 6.
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