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About Cube

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  • Birthday 04/11/88

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    North Wales
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    Firefly, Games, Sci-Fi
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    IT Guy


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    Wii, DSi
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    Xbox 360, PC
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    Banjo and Kazooie
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  1. Marvel's Phase 4

    I just feel like it's a complete mess and would prefer fresh takes on certain characters.
  2. Your 2021 Gaming Diary

    Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Short but I liked it...I think. I'll put more detail in a spoiler tag just in case but still try to keep is spoiler free. I feel the puzzles could be a bit more complicated, and there was one that didn't really work from a logic point of view (as in there's an obvious solution, but as it's not the intended solution it doesn't work). Transistor. I'm not a huge fan of "active pause" games, but really enjoyed this (although some near-end battles felt a bit annoying). Really nice style and great music.
  3. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Early 2022)

    Definitely something to keep an eye on. Could be the first Pokémon game I like. I'm hoping that the game will let you use Pokémon to navigate the world in different ways.
  4. Playstation Plus Free Games

    Dang, the main one I wanted is PS5 only. I'll give Remnant from the Ashes a try, perhaps Final Fantasy if I'm bored enough .
  5. The Star Wars Thread

    Chronological order is best. Some three episode arcs are strange. There are a few where the middle episode is in an early season...and the episodes immediately before and after are a few seasons later.
  6. Star Trek Masturbatathon

    Main characters in Star Trek Prodigy. I really like them. And no filthy humans in sight (although we know Janeway will pop up).
  7. Burnout Paradise Remastered

    @Vileplume2000 check out the online challenges and freeburn games. I spend 1,000 hours playing the original online because those things are so much fun, I didn't actually race that much at all.
  8. Virtual Reality

    Plus loads of people have poor quality provider provided WiFi routers.
  9. Playstation 5 Console Discussion

    There's a class action lawsuit for Xbox controllers happening as well.
  10. Your 2021 Gaming Diary

    I replayed Saints Row IV. The superpowers make it an extremely fun game, lots of fun riffs of other games and some great lines ("That light had a family"). I definitely think it's the best in the series. Characters are a lot of fun, too. The Christmas DLC is a lot of fun. I wasn't a big fan of Enter the Domanatrix (BDSM jokes aren't my thing) but it was worth it for the "escape" scene and ending. Also tried out Gat Out of Hell for the first time. Also a lot of fun - after a few upgrades, flying around with angel wings was a ton of fun. The big weakness is very few missions (mostly just challenges in the open world). Seems odd to let you play as Kinzie when the cutscenes give Gat all the credit anyway, but was still a blast to play. The musical number surprised me but I loved it. Most recently played The Vanishing of Ethan Carter. I do disagree with one thing about the lack of "hand holding" - something should make a hint to how the "Touch" thing means you have to do something (to begin with, I presumed you were left to your own devices in figuring stuff out instead of having to work out the "right" answer to be confirmed by the game. That said, once I figured it out, I enjoyed it much more. It was great discovering the "stories" along the way (I missed some but the game lets you warp to near the location near the end) and felt like I was actually figuring stuff out. Definitely the best "walking simulator" I've played.
  11. Playstation Plus Free Games

    Ratchet & Clank PS4 will be free from the 2nd March. Not part of PS+, just free to everyone.
  12. They had a spectacle about them, like you were altering them as you made your way through them - the whole dungeon was the puzzle, rather than individual rooms.
  13. I'm talking about the Sky, and the ground bits up to the entrance to the dungeons. The actual dungeons were great.
  14. I must have missed the vast majority of the game. Most of what @Dcubed said is a great description of the overworld in Breath of the Wild, loads of detail, lots of stuff to find and discover. While Skyward Sword felt like the emptiest Zelda overworld I've played.