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  1. Heading off on holiday for a few days, so gonna be a bit quieter around here for awhile!

    1. Bloxxerboy


      Have fun!

  2. Best Jim Carrey comedy? 

    1. Ryannumber1gamer
    2. Ernest the Panda

      Ernest the Panda

      Liar Li- ah

      Other than that, the Grinch.

    3. Ellipsis-Ultima
  3. Being honest, I think the biggest drawback of Doom 2016 is the lighting. Everything is so dark, it's legitimately hard to see a lot of the time.

    1. Candescence


      I think you can turn up the brightness, most games have brightness settings.

      At least it's not Doom 3, which forced you to use a flashlight separate from your weapon and was much darker.

    2. Ryannumber1gamer


      Yeah, I fixed it later. But their brightness adjustment at the start of the game is horribly unbalanced.

  4. Finally managed to unlock Sonic in SEGA Heroes aaaaaaaand...

    I don’t have enough gold to level him up. 

    1. Ellipsis-Ultima


      Aaaaand that's why we have to save up on gold and especially gems, since there are adventure chests and deals.

      ...are those adventure chests worth it tho

  5. This is my jaaam

    1. Corviknight


      Is it because of JAM Project? I caught onto your punage.

      Jam Project is a pretty good band tho.

  6. Holy shit, Sonic Boom made a Fawlty Towers parody episode with Eggman as Basil??

  7. We've got gameplay of SE's Avengers!

    1. KHCast


      Jesus the quality. I’ll wait a bit till there’s something more clear 

  8. And Spyro still isn't anywhere near big enough to justify needing a download. I can't believe this needs to be constantly said time and again - a HD remake of PS1 ERA GAMES should not justify 70GB worth of data, larger than GTA V, Spider Man PS4, or whatever else. Case in point, an update later pushed the data to 30GB. So again - the idea that Spyro is somehow magically too big to optimise is a load of nonsense.
  9. Spyro is literally nowhere near as big to warrant it, and the idea they couldn't lessen it down further is fucking ridiculous. Case in point, Doom 2016 is 80GB on PS4, and that was ported to Switch with no issues.
  10. >start up doom

    >doom data is apparently corrupted out of nowhere and PS4 crashes


    1. Marcello


      This happened to me and my PS4 was broken...

    2. Ryannumber1gamer


      Like what? It broke your PS4?

    3. Marcello


      I think the corruption came about from the HDD being broken. I had to reinitialize the PS4 multiple times and it'd last for a few hours and stop working again.

    4. Ryannumber1gamer


      I doubt it's that, I've got Doom installed to a external Hard Drive which is less than a year old.

      I think I might've run into a bug because I had the game sitting at the load screen for about five minutes at the beginning of the game. It's working fine now without a reinstall.

  11. Any Resi character would be boring after the shock that they got in. At least Phoenix Wright would have an interesting moveset, especially if inspiration is taken from UMVC3. Hell, I'd argue Dante would have a better chance, at least he's got DMC5 and a more interesting moveset, as well as the M rated merit Resi would have.
  12. I don't see a problem with them doing the anime again. It's always been super-abridged versions of the anime because of the fact it was always arena fighter games. Given that this game is gonna be an open-world DLC, with what-if scenarios from random characters around the world, I don't mind it nearly as much. The last time something like this was attempted was when Legacy of Goku attempted it a decade ago.
  13. Welp, I'm starting Doom tonight.

    @Polkadi~♪ you'd better be happy >:V

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