3156 posts • joined 5 Mar 2009
Re: I already have a PC
Handful - there are a LOT of exclusives.
So you miss Uncharted, Killzone, Infamous, Gran Turismo, Resistance, Motorstorm, Little Big Planet, Journey, Ratchet & Clank, God of War, and a lot more. And if you are in the other camp Halo and GEARs of War.
Well over 25 above just for PS3 over 10 are over 90% on Metacritic of my list (eg no Wipeout)
Re: Meh, too early for PS4
I know what you mean but my back log is NOT that big, but I have not bought that many games.
But then as an example I could not be bothered with Skyrim yet my children do. Yet they don't like Fallout 3. CoD and BF do not interest me. Used to like Assassins Creed but lost interest during the 2011 game.
I am the only one to finish Dishono(u)red (twice and I have no kill - so cool).
I tend to run 2 games, one for SP and one for MP, currently they are Portal 2 with Sixence patch for Move and Killzone 3.
Probably get Far Cry 3 at some stage.
The Last Of Us and Bioshock Infinite are my two for the early part of this year.
Re: I threatened my boys
That if they mess about I will go into it on their login so it shows on their trophy list!
Re: GT5 Infamous 3
Yes I do and I lost all interest by then.
Howver it is about the right time span and the rumours are coming from that directions
As to Sucker Punch - I think new IP is more likely.
Also I can't see all of MM doing Tearaway
Will buy when
A must buy game appears on it.
I hope it still supports all the PS3 controllers, that would help.
But rumoured launch games may force a purchase. Explain what Naughty Dog other team and Guerilla Amsterdam have been up to? NDs other team should be near with another Uncharted but no noise even - unless this is due to TLOU delays. And Guerilla, I know Cambridge are working on a Vita game, but the main office, two years since KZ3, should have seen a KZ4 at last years E3, this to me says KZ4 is a launch game.
And of course Polyphony has mentioned GT6 is well under way.
I am going for the 4 big launch games are
Gran Turismo 6
The Last Guardian
<------ Red Dust
What about UK?
Would you be automatically guilty of crimes?
Re: Prof Brian
Getting a bit too everywhere, seems to be on everything
He always seems to be making speeches.
Well he does on that new sitcom and also in my favourite multiplayer game
Re: I can't believe nobody has linked to this yet.
Got a couple wrong, silly ones but I am glad not knowing AntOrDec was correct, they need A or D tattooing on their foreheads.
Tray - I put help clean up!
Re: I had a look
New test passed but one, I said 21 not 18 for Jury
Old test - I knew one.
Who gives a toss about the number of constituencies (no Too Many option)?
As to Farage - not filled with confidence about him either.
Is David Davies still available?
Re: Which of the following makes for gormless TV?
1 & 2 but you forgot farm
Re: @Richard 12
Never overestimate the intelligence of the voters, I have the worrying thoughts that we will end up with PM Millipeed and Chancellor Bollocks.
As to Lib Dems - I think they had a huge shock, but they did need to see that being in charge means you have to be serious.
I will admit to wondering if the wrong David got the job.
But if you compare the three main party leaders, only Cameron is not a complete joke, and that is struggling!
I am crap at history
Don't remember dates but of course I know who Nelson is. And what is significant about Trafalgar. And Waterloo.
Anything involving dates would stuff me!
What about SOTC and TLG?
You keep on about ICO what about Shadow of the Collossus and of course where is The Last Guardian?
Well I like them as Cornish Rattler and Westons Stowford Press
Re: Anything to stop TV companies buying it?
Might be to you but Con/Lib is perfectly fine for me
Anything to stop TV companies buying it?
Just thinking about this, what would stop say Virgin or Sky buying a channel and using it for TV?
Re: setting a worrying precedent?
I searched it and got your post!
And it is worrying I know what you mean!
As to complaints, I think the average child doesn't care and the average parent is having a laugh
Now got the theme stuck on my head.
Definately facepalm moment
I remember this from the first time, just a parody of a TOTP show.
The Tweenies were a very good preschool programme.
What is worrying is that I can remember Max, Milo, Fizz, Jake, Bella, and of course Doodles. My boys called their sister Bossy Bella after her.
Re: Super men
Do ride a bike.
With a large engine and a three figure power output.
Re: Wait for the Jag @MJI
Someone at work has a Dakar kit car, Discovery chassis kit car, no issues in the snow.
My main things are.
Large (5 people), comfy, can tow, interesting, then either handling or can get places.
I owned a 4 3/4 year old German car 7 years ago, I still have it.
The very large British bit is lasting very well, the steering and suspension bits though are consumables.
I think some of the best German made cars used to be from Russelheim
Or a 70l gas tank full of propane.
Yes my LPG ECU has blown an injector channel.
<-- a red car, mine is silver but this is a car review
Re: Wait for the Jag
Actually as someone who needs a biggish car, the XF appeals to me.
As my current car is nearly 12 - a British engined German car with French gearbox and a British badge I will want to replace it next year, now do I get a Discovery TD5 or Jaguar XF?
Re: More pretend brands
What's one of those? Not a Z car is it?
Does a search, 4wd 2l turbo - sounds rather good. And it has GT-R in the name.
We used to have a member of staff with a Nissan and it was the most liked car in our company.
3 year old GT-R however
A lot better than wrong wheel drive thankyou!
More pretend brands
I would rate the car better with a Nissan badge, it is not like they have a bad image, 370Z and GT-R provide a good image, but I would be too embarrassed to drive a Toyota Lexus or Nissan Infinti. Yet I would be proud of a GT-R
re. the spectacularly refined chap
Actually some of these wallpaper programmes have a lot of viewers.
I like Cornwall with Caroline Quentin as it is filmed in an area I know VERY well (relations and holidays), I never miss Great British Railway Journeys, but never watch soaps
IOS and Android
Are NOT called Windows
Re: If I had to buy a tablet, I'd buy a Surface before an iPad or Android.
Stuff that if you want to play games in your hands just get a Vita, it is cheaper and the games are games, as to that OLED screen.
I have seen the Android Net Support, he was able to do anything he liked including running our own software
Not it isn't
Chap at work has a Sony tablet, he logged in from home to control his Win 7 PC with it.
He bought the Sony after trying a lot including Apple products
Re: Games 'n guns link?
I'd be happy with a STA52, or a M82, but anyone know where I could get a Bullseye from?
Have they played any games?
Glorify violence - well I have played enough and to be honest they don't, Bulletstorm as an example - that is just an OTT shoot everything that attacks you, simply entertainment, no way are you going to go and shoot things in real life after that.
I play a few other FPS and online gaming is like a bunch of friends paintballing, not real, just fun.
Don't knock everyone
People can learn, most people (about 90%) are decent and even if not very clever can be productive and be likeable.
Some of the most stupid people are the most intelligent, that always gets me.
We get on well with most neighbours, but a local busybody and her pair of fans are the issue. Her husband is the nearest thing to an idiot around here, but just say my next door neighbour had a visit from armed police, who turned nice when they realised it was someone they knew and a bogus call.
Would you tell people that you used your work IT system to see what was happening with all your neighbours, then mention that person x is on meals on wheels?
Then would you post defamitory crap on an open Faceache page?
Mr Fan is just quiet, used to moan to me all the time, about Busy Body and her husband, suddenly he is their friend and blanks me, his wife is just rude, tempted to put a note through their door refuting her claims!!!!
Neighbours - who needs them!
Oh good, can I have a couple of neighbours arrested.
Been rude about me on Facebook with open profiles.
I am not a FB person but it was mentioned to me.
I don't speak to them as they are two faced and not right next to us, but someone who doesn't even know me called me an idiot.
The most common aircraft at that altitude is basically a glider design with jet engine.
Only others I know of were the SR71 and the EE Lightning
N8?, 808?, one of the others?
Not many left now!
I would have assumed that any Mac owner would have wanted a phone by Apple
Could you imagine someone relaying the WCML in P4?
The animations were very good, will show to my children tonight.
BTW don't knock our railways too much, there were quite a few very clever people involved.
So we started the tilting trains, worlds fastest steam & Diesel, steam heavy freight locos capable of an easy 90mph, most powerful Diesel in 50s and 60s at less than half the weight of the most powerful US loco, and most recent a heavy freight Diesel specifically designed to out pull the equivalent US design.
Be proud of them
OK you can carry on dancing with your motion controller.
I will carry on shooting with mine.
Profits are made on games for MS and Sony.
Re: It's still the same old programmes
Palin travel documentries
Portillos railway journeys
If you (or your wife) likes it - Strictly Come Dancing
And good dramas like Doctor Who and Sherlock
Plenty of BBC HD worth paying for
I have one, about 1" to 2" screen 1982 model, works on composite only - video camera viewfinder.
To be honest who actually gives a stuff about B&W TV, no one would prefer it, if they really want TV just let them buy a cheap digital TV.
I haven't seen a real B&W TV since Ridge Hill went colour. (My dad was an early adopter)
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