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Ollie

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About Ollie

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    If you'll be my bodyguard, I can be your long lost pal.
  • Birthday 28/10/1989

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    I am a frontiersman, trapped in suburban england.

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  1. Wipeout on VR is INCREDIBLE!! @ChrisSteeleAteMyHamster if you've not tried it yet you absolutely need to!
  2. Oh man, I've been loving the super hard SMM2 levels. So frustratingly good.
  3. Sting looks like he's begging for the sweet embrace of death.
  4. Picked up Super Mario Maker 2 yesterday. Only played through the first handful of story mode levels so far but it's a blast! Any good creators worth checking out?
  5. See this did annoy me when I first played, but now I love it. There's no shortage of weapons in the world, everything is totally disposable. As soon as you get the hoarding out of your mind, it becomes a lot more manageable. For me I just love the freedom of it all. There's a lot of games now that seem to drop you in an open world and tell you to get on with it. They might point you in the direction of the main quest but it's totally up to you if you choose to ignore it and start marching the other way, it's just that BotW is the first game to do it and make it fun. In the likes of RDR2, The Witcher, Fallout and multiple others, I know I can fuck off and do my own thing but I always feel like it's just plodding along until I go and do what the game wants me to do, but I don't get that with Zelda. It's phenomenal.
  6. This was going to be my answer and was the reason I started this thread. Fuck yeah, RPS.
  7. No ifs, ands or buts, what is the best game of all time? Like, by all means talk about other people's choice and that but don't give a list of, like, four games and say you can't choose. You can only choose one, if you choose more than one you really are a total bastard. Greatest game. Ever. Go.
  8. I think the only thing I'd definitely need a guide for is Alexander and getting a gold chocobo. Everything else I'm fairly confident I could do without.
  9. Spider-Man was excellent, but I found some of it a little repetitive, especially towards the end when the side stuff seemed to be a bit copy and paste. Still, swinging about was always an absolute joy. Also rumour has it that Last of Us Part II is coming in February. 2020 is going to be stacked, and my wallet is going to take a massive hit between September and May next year. Oy.
  10. The FFVII Remake hype train is giving me the itch to replay VII again, but I fancy a bit more of a challenge. Not sure whether to just do a 100% run again or try something like a Low Level or No Materia run.
  11. I just wish DLCs had an option where you could do a quick tutorial on the game before playing. I've never got round to the Spider-Man, Horizon or Bloodborne DLCs because by the time I gave them the chance I'd forgotten how to play the actual game.
  12. Ollie

    E3 2019

    Yeah, showing the voice actors was a weird choice for E3 and screamed to me that they didn't really have much else to show. Don't get me wrong, I love Troy, Nolan and Laura as much as the next guy but I didn't need to see them trying to explain why I should be excited for a game that really should have sold itself. For me I think it goes a little something like this: Nintendo Square Microsoft Bethesda Ubisoft But really that's not saying much because even Nintendo didn't hit it totally out of the park. As far as games I'll be purchasing from E3, I think Link's Awakening, Cyberpunk 2077, 12 Minutes, DOOM Eternal and Final Fantasy VII Remake are all day one purchases. I'll probably also begrudgingly buy Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order on day one because fuck it, it's a single player Star Wars game and that's an unfortunately rare commodity these days. I'm interested in Outer Worlds but that can wait for a sale. I'm super interested in whatever Deathloop is but don't know quite enough about it yet. Watch Dogs Legion and The Avengers haven't sold me yet, and I'm hoping they can convince me otherwise because I'm a big fan of both franchises. Overall, a kinda lacklustre E3. It's a damn shame.
  13. Ollie

    E3 2019

    Oh Link looks like such a pure cute boy. I am so ready for September.
  14. Ollie

    E3 2019

    Not going to get a chance to watch it live, but will watch this evening. Hoping for some Metroid news, a release date on the Link's Awakening remake and some new Smash DLC. Honestly, even one of those three and Nintendo will have won this year's super lacklustre E3.
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    E3 2019

    Honestly, all the conferences have been somewhat underwhelming so far, which is a damn shame. I was super hyped for Microsoft whilst it was happening, but that conference should have had everyone coming out of it wanting to invest in an Xbox. Instead all the games I'm interested in from it are available elsewhere and it was very much a case of them telling us to wait until next year. Bethesda wasn't great. The Fallout 76 additions have me interested and I'll probably finally pick it up at some point but it's still very much down the totem poll as far as excitement is concerned. DOOM Eternal and Deathloop both look phenomenal, but only DOOM is coming this year. Ubisoft was bad. Legion looks promising (if it works) but there was literally nothing else that hyped me up. The Division 2 DLC looks okay, and I might jump back in for it but it hasn't totally blown up my skirt. Square was a 2 game show. FFVII looked absolutely stonking, but it seems like the first part is only going to be Midgar, which makes me think it's either going to be a very underwhelming part 2 or it'll be split into 700 parts. I don't want that game to be as top heavy as it seems to be. Still, that trailer was pure fanservice and I loved it. I'm not sold on Avengers yet. I don't like that it sounds like a service game and it looked a little dated. Fuck, E3 hasn't been great this year.
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