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  1. FWIW, CD Project fired the idiotic social media person last year. He tried to claim he didn't know the offensive context of the memes he was sharing, which at the minimum makes him bad at his job, but he was clearly one of those dickhead "Gamer" people. https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2018-12-05-troubling-gog-tweets-a-fired-cd-projekt-employee-and-the-spectre-of-gamergate
  2. I started playing this with the £1 first month of Game Pass for PC. It's perfect for that (although the Windows 10 store is still a rubbish experience). I'm enjoying it a lot right now. It's some light, brightly coloured, arcadey fun. It's got a bunch of open world trappings, I hope it doesn't get drawn out too long.
  3. The Blood and Wine expansion for Witcher 3 has an achievement called David and Golyat, for killing Golyat the giant with a crossbow bolt to the eye. I hadn't read any of the achievements in the game in advance, so killing him and that achievement popping up was cool.
  4. Witcher 3 has sold an estimated 20 Million copies to date.
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    Valfaris

    I played a bit of this at EGX 2018. I think the rep at the stall was one of the devs, the metal album cover visuals and soundtrack and are a big part of what they're going for. It seems to be designed to be quite challenging, but I also didn't get to grips with the controls during my time with the demo was was pressing the wrong buttons a lot. I died at a spot they said had been stopping people all weekend - a combination of acid pits and constantly respawning enemies which ran at you and knocked you off platforms. Hopefully they managed to smooth out spikes like that, because it had been fun up to then.
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    El Hijo

    Looks pretty, and a good premise for a stealth game.
  7. I started Blood and Wine last week and I really like the new area. The architecture in towns is really bright and colourful, and the surrounding countryside makes a nice change from swamps. I enjoyed Hearts of Stone, but heard this is the better of the two expansions, so I'm really looking forward to getting further. For @radiofloyd, there's an entire new Gwent faction to collect and play in a tournament.
  8. So, PC Game Pass is available now, although typically not easy to find on Microsoft's store. The £1 for the first month, £3.99 thereafter.
  9. Love that new Wonder Woman poster. Also love that it's annoying the angry internet men.
  10. I loved The Crow soundtrack.
  11. Don't spoil the advertising, people. I'm being facetious, but this hobby makes me laugh occasionally. It's such consumerist, corporate apologist nonsense it does give me pause sometimes, to wonder what the fuck I'm doing.
  12. The last thing I pre-ordered/pre-purchased was Hitman 2 on Steam. Generally I won't pre-order games, but with this one I got the edition with the upcoming DLC included for the price of the standard edition, and got to play a few days early. I knew I was gambling a bit but having 150 hours in the previous one, I was hopeful I knew what I'd get, as long as they didn't fuck it up. It paid off that time. I haven't pre-ordered anything since, though. Before that, the last time was probably something multiplayer in the early years of X360. Tangential: but physical or digital pre-order extras and limited edition shit put me off more than they entice me to buy. If a game advertises a version with a season pass, it usually says "wait a year until it's all out" to me more than "buy this version".
  13. 13/01 - What Remains Of Edith Finch (PC) 22/01 - The Red Strings Club (PC) 24/01 - Pikuniku (PC) 27/01 - Tacoma (PC) 27/01 - Princess Remedy In A World Of Hurt (PC) 01/02 - Quarantine Circular (PC) 16/02 - SteamWorld Dig 2 (PC) 01/05 - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PC) 05/05 - Titanfall 2 (PC) 06/05 - Burning Daylight (PC) 06/05 - The Little Acre (PC) 12/05 - Hypnospace Outlaw (PC) 18/05 - A Short Hike (PC) 02/06 - The Witcher 3 : Hearts of Stone DLC (PC) 03/06 - Photographs (PC) A pixel art story/puzzle game. It's made up of 5 short, sad story vignettes, where you complete puzzles to move the story on, each with their own puzzle style which reflects the story in some way. It's an enjoyable, well put together little diversion. The pixel art is lovely - from the artist on Thimbleweed Park. The difficulty of the puzzles is a little imbalanced, I often found myself getting held up by a difficult one, then finally beating that and blasting through 3 or 4 simple ones in minutes.
  14. 13/01 - What Remains Of Edith Finch (PC) 22/01 - The Red Strings Club (PC) 24/01 - Pikuniku (PC) 27/01 - Tacoma (PC) 27/01 - Princess Remedy In A World Of Hurt (PC) 01/02 - Quarantine Circular (PC) 16/02 - SteamWorld Dig 2 (PC) 01/05 - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PC) 05/05 - Titanfall 2 (PC) 06/05 - Burning Daylight (PC) 06/05 - The Little Acre (PC) 12/05 - Hypnospace Outlaw (PC) 18/05 - A Short Hike (PC) 02/06 - The Witcher 3 : Hearts of Stone DLC (PC) I enjoyed it at lot, there are a couple of genuinely great questlines in there.
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    A Song A Day

    Awesome, I love 90s rap. Hope to see some soon...
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