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  1. I'd like to extend the similar sentiments to EVERYONE in that bloody game! Lightning is a bitch! Hope is a wimp! Fang is a genocidal maniac! Sazh is an idiot! Finally Vannile is the Disney Princess edition of Jar Jar Binks!
  2. The Sims and most other games with that kind of RTS isometric design are better suited to a PC interface. The experience on console can feel a little cumbersome. In case of Skyrim and similar games (especially from Bethesda) you can use debug consoles and/or mods to bypass certain issues or make the game easier. Beyond those two situations and bad ports aside (like Arkham Knight on PC for instance) I can't really think of any other situation where playing on a PC (or a console) makes the game any easier. For the most part it doesn't make any difference.
  3. Once after you've connected the controller physically the first time after the update it should work wirelessly after that.
  4. I definately remember witnessing and, admittedly, being in some heated argumnets about consoles way back in the 90's and early 2000's but I've never seen it actully getting physical. I've long since grown out of it, I mean it's poinless championing any of them! Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft and the pardae of compaines involed in whatever PC setup and games you might have don't care if you die tommorow, your just one of a ton of numbers that supplies them with revenue.
  5. I don't hate platforms... But Fanboys and White Knights of platforms really bring my piss to a boil sometimes! Yeah I despise that to, but even there it's not exactly the platform that's to blame. Especially when you consider how many of these cash cows are on PC and consoles as well now.
  6. I thinks it's becuase somtimes the update overwites the part of the system software that effects peripherals including controllers, so they need to be reconneted physically to register. I've seen this happen on the PlayStation 4 as well.
  7. My set up is probably way more complicated than most. It includes an XBox One, PS4, Gaming PC, TV (which the PC is also connected to), two monitors (one of which my consoles are also connected to) and a surround sound system. I use switch boxes so for audio and video so I can choose for both my PC and console whether I want to sit a my desk in front of my monitor or sit on my couch in front of my TV. I don't think having a second console should be to much trouble, you can get small units like this where two consoles will sit quite easily and even small TV's have 3 or 4 HDMI ports these days.
  8. I used to play allot of Destiny and Raids require allot of teamwork and co-ordination. P.S Stranger Things Does kick ass!
  9. It's not "Cheat Codes" per se but I often use the debug console commands on games like Skyrim. In particular for crafting materials if I can't be bothered to go round the map visiting multiple merchants to find what I'm looking for. It's also useful for getting around certain bugs.
  10. As the title suggests (or at least of the time of produce) the race for 9th gen supremacy has officially began with not only the official announcement of the next Microsoft Console, the XBox Series X but with the announcement of it's first game from it's acquired first party studio Ninja Theory. It is a sequel to it's critically acclaimed Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (which I love), Senua's Saga: Hellblade 2. Microsoft have officially fired the first shot, and it's got to be said from a fan of single player, story driven games like me... It's a 50 calibre. Your move Sony...... I can't wait!
  11. I've never tried it but in some games it can be done by hitting the home and start button at the same time.
  12. The Borderlands Series comes to mind, great looter shooters with a tons of weapon types and great comedy. There also the Far Cry series and although more of an RPG than an FPS I'd also consider Fallout 3, 4 and New Vegas.
  13. I could name a bunch, you got any prferences in terms of gameplay style or platform?
  14. Buffy has always been a favoutite of mine, along with some others already mentioned like Fresh Prince of bel Air and PInky and the Brain.
  15. I'm not so sure, I think allot of the PS5's initial "exclusive" line up is going to be ports of 2020 PS4 games like The Last of Us Part 2 and Ghost of Tsushima and we won't see many TRUE exclusives until the following spring and summer. I think this because initial reports from Sony actually had their release date in 2021 but they pulled it forward to react to Microsoft's announcement that their system was coming in holidays 2020. They can push to get the hardware out faster than initially planned but it doesn't mean the games will necessarily be ready by then and we've seen far to many times what can happen when game development gets rushed. I think that Microsoft shifted their focus onto next gen a bit quicker than sony did because, and let's be honest, this gen hasn't gone so well for them and may have the initial advantage as a result.
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