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About gaggle64

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    N-Europe Forum Aficionado
  • Birthday 04/22/87

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    Hither and thither
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    Yer ma.
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    Her Majesty's adoring speedster.


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    SNES, N64, GC, GBC, GBA, DS, Wii
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    PC, Xbox 360, Yer ma.
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    Mordin Solus
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  1. Happiest of birthdays!

  2. Happy birthday!

  3. Xbox Series S | X Console Discussion

    According to this, looks like that's normal. Gotta keep itself cool while still ticking over.
  4. Job woes/wins

    Argh, that sounds horrible & frustrating! I would say you've got to look after number 1 first. It's shit not being able to fight back against someone's unethical behaviour but it doesn't sound like you're the one in a position to do it. If leaving represents an opportunity for something better & lets you protect your health that's a no-brainer and it's not an immoral choice. You are not required to destroy yourself on everyone else's behalf. Better to look after yourself until you're in a position to make a positive difference with proper support, whenever & wherever that is.
  5. Playstation Plus Free Games

    They're giving away Ratchet & Clank as part of their "Play at Home" initiative now, in case anyone missed it. Well worth a play.
  6. The Covid year has been a banner time for businesses, organisations, and the government easily doing things they previously insisted were impossible when they finally had no other choice.
  7. Advice for new TV

    I've been reading around as I'm also considering a 4k upgrade in the future. To be honest unless you're a real cinephile even the budget brands like Toshiba & Hisense are pretty decent TVs these days, especially if all you want is a good size and plenty of HDMI ports. I'll suggest this one if 55'' isn't too big for your space. I'm waiting until after new year's and seeing what's knocking around used or on clearance. I will also mention for anyone who might need to know, I've learned that if you want to make maximum use of the new consoles you'll want a TV with a HDMI 2.1 input specifically. Only some high end TVs include it at the moment though (for 4k120, HDMI 2.0 only does 4k60).
  8. Just tried it again, seems you can play your 10 mins multiple times if you want to test it's performance under different conditions.
  9. Just tried my 10 minutes and it worked astonishingly well for me. Obviously mileage may vary depending on connection & setup but it ran smooth, no artifacting, no jumping, and any lag controlling was barely noticeable while playing in handheld with the router on the other side of the flat. Already own it on a decent PC, but if I didn't have one I would seriously consider playing it this way.
  10. Glad they've put out a demo, I'm intrigued by a BotW prequel but unsure if I want a Dynasty Warriors-type experience filling up my time right now (have been looking for a podcast game though).
  11. Oh wow, I had zero expectations that cloud gaming on switch would ever make it out of the experiments in Japan.
  12. Demon's Souls (12th November 2020)

    Yeah, it's a very popular series in the "Let's Play" sphere partially because people are interested to see the different ways different people approach the challenge. I might one day give one another try, it's definitely one where the struggle is the reward.
  13. Demon's Souls (12th November 2020)

    The 'Souls games are their own very unique thing, so while some love them others will bounce straight off. I played a chunk of Dark Souls and decided it wasn't my thing but it still deepened my respect for the series. There isn't really anything you can compare them to outside of the series. The core of it is an extremely dark, European medieval fantasy with deep Bible-scale lore and supernatural elements. It's most basic premise is you are a soul literally fighting your way out of a gothic hell where nothing is quite what is seems and the game play is designed to reflect that. It's a gruelling journey. Every enemy can kill you easily if you're not careful and death can be a significant setback, so the stakes of most encounters are high. You can approach the challenge with a wide variety of character classes but you are not a nimble, indestructible fighter - you're a slow & clunky knight in armour, or a physically feeble wizard, or a lock-picking thief in a loincloth. Weapons degrade. Experience collected as "souls" from slain enemies can be lost when you die. Save points and opportunities to level up are sparse. Bosses are powerful, frequent, & radically different each time. You will die many times. Like I said, it's not my thing. However if you want a genuine challenge with interesting lore, phenomenal art, and some brilliant monster design, I would definitely give one of them at least a go. I'd honestly recommend everyone at least try to play one at least once, even if you then walk away, just to see what it is.
  14. What Have You Bought?

    Anime Store Clerk, sweating: Sir, please, don't you think you've had enough? martinist:
  15. General Switch Discussion

    Finally did something about my drifting joycon and it was much easier to fix then I imagined. All it was was dust - got underneath the little rubber skirt with one of those little brushes they pack with electric shavers and it's good as new again, after months of drifting. You could probably do it with a clean dry toothbrush with long enough bristles.