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  1. Picked up the Art biography book a while back. And the vinyl at the concert on Sat.
  2. Snaggletooth

    Gigs

    Distant Worlds was great yesterday, played a good mix of stuff with a second half mainly focussing on FF7. Absolutely in my element, Aerith's Theme is always an emotional one. Full Setlist Set 1 Prelude (Final Fantasy Series) Apocalypsis Noctis (Final Fantasy XV) Victory Theme (Final Fantasy Series) DragonSong (Final Fantasy XIV) - featuring Susan Calloway Ignis and Ravus (Final Fantasy XV) Suteki Da Ne (Final Fantasy X) - featuring RIKKI Festival of the Hunt (Final Fantasy IX) Answers (Final Fantasy XIV) - featuring Susan Calloway Dancing Mad (Final Fantasy VI) Set 2 Opening: Bombing Mission (Final Fantasy VII) Main Theme of Final Fantasy VII (Final Fantasy VII) Aerith's Theme (Final Fantasy VII) JENOVA Complete (Final Fantasy VII) Cosmo Canyon (Final Fantasy VII) Cinco de Chocobo (Final Fantasy VII) JENOVA (Final Fantasy VII) One Winged Angel (Final Fantasy VII) Final Fantasy Theme (Final Fantasy Series) Encore: Zanarkand (Final Fantasy X) Battle on the Big Bridge (Final Fantasy V)
  3. Bought the Remaster today, wasn't going to but Distant Worlds last night pushed me over the edge.
  4. Yesterdays Spotify playlist
  5. It used to take 3 episodes to travel from The north to Kingslanding, now they can do it in half an episode. Did I miss the episode they invented Mini Buses. Honestly though Pretty much enjoyed it,the people died who I thought would, Still a couple of wild cards flying around though.
  6. Really depends what the game is I suppose, FF7 was the example for me, for years even before announced I was adamant I wanted an Anime Style Turn based RPG, which changed next to nothing, as years have passed though I really am not so fussed I want to see them change it up as its dated horribly inso many areas. That being said, having not been a fan of the combat in recent FF gamesim not sure what would be best either. Its never going to recapture the magic of the first time, at best its going to invoke nostalgic memories, As for remakes in general though as I say it depend, remember syndicate on PS3 thats the type of remake done wrong, RE2 was perfect. Think the big problem with games pre PS2 iss the left so much more to the imagination so every body will have had different takes on dialogue and experiences with each game, so no one remake is going to please everybody.
  7. Snaggletooth

    Gigs

    Going to see Final Fantasy Distant Worlds at Albert Hall on Saturday, They are playing Mainly A ff7 Therned set, seen them once before, and they were great. Anybody else going along on either day?
  8. As long as it still gives you the freedom to wander the world, I always liked venturing back to other parts of the map after I had moved on, I can imagine them putting different parts of the world in different episodes
  9. Play Skyrim - And yet again the draw of skyrim is great, i'm back i for another playthrough, Mortal Kombat 11 - Story was great and fun to play, but ........ Bin. Mortal Kombat 11 - The Grind even post patch is bloody unbearable, it quickly sapped out any ounce of fun I was getting from the game Given the details of this didn't come to light until game had taken my money it has put me off preordering games in future (there may be 1 or 2 exceptions) to this rule. This game needs continued negative press, seems these days you can release a sub par patch and people move on, rather than continue to hold issues like this over the Publishers heads. Rant Over.
  10. Already fed up of the Grind, Story was great, and fun to play, but cant see me getting a lot more mileage out of this, may be due a trade in.
  11. Video for Let em go is pretty good as well.
  12. Snaggletooth

    Gigs

    Nice, one of my all time fave groups, last time I got to see them was back when they released super deluxe. Great live band, and massively under appreciated.
  13. You can still use a regular spotify account just not as full featured . Mostly though I just play Burnout 2 soundtrack on my Tablet.
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    What's your....

    As a Single Purchase Probably one of the LE Yakuza Import titles. think maybe £110 But Probably most money has to go to Rock Band When you consider the Cost of the Big Band Pack back in the Day plus DLC and additional Peripherals I would imagine about £1000 over the years
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