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  • Birthday 06/30/1979

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  1. Star Wars: Squadrons

    It looks too confined for a space fight/sim. I remember the old X-Wing/Tie Fighter games you could be having a fight around a Star Destroyer then some other ship would jump in miles away that would be a valuable target (kind of bonus mission) and it could take you 5 to 10 mins just covering the distance to get to it before it jumped out. Felt like you were actually in space and there were moments of calm. This looks very Arena.
  2. Hell Let Loose

    Its pretty good. Runs well and wasn't too buggy when I played a bit way back. Think I like it better then Post Scriptum but both very similar. Think I just liked the gun physics a bit better. But I get over WW2 settings pretty quickly. Most guns unless sniper only have iron sights from memory. And maps are massive and look pretty. Really need to play as a squad and have a good squad leader for it to be really fun other wise you just get stomped on. If I wasn't getting over an ear Infection I'd be keen as to jump on with a few peeps as its one of those games I keep meaning to get back into.
  3. Battlefield 4

    i'll be on around 8 ish.
  4. Star Wars: Squadrons

    hmm ok Interest has risen slightly. Cant deny that it looks amazing. and do love the fact that its First Person only. Campaign and Fleet Battles looks more like X-Wing/Tie fighter games of old then I expected. Hope the Fleet battles are a bit more mixed bag then what they explained as I reckon that could get old real quick. Could be worth it just for he single player campaign tho. Just hope they have enough content and continue the content afterwards.
  5. Star Wars: Squadrons

    Yeah that's what I was thinking. 5 v 5 seems way too small. Would love a larger scale like the Old X-Wing games then add in Co-Op or Multiplayer, where you have to take on Imperial Star Destroyers and really use team tactics. Have some in Y Wings doing bombing runs while X-Wings provide fighter support etc. Who knows might be different to what we think but I doubt it going on the early info.
  6. Star Wars: Squadrons

    My worry is that this will be too Arcade and not Sim enough for me.
  7. Total War Series

    oh hell yeah! These are the types of games where I finally check the the time and go "oh shit its 4am"
  8. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

    Its also about creating that good ol' company goodwill, which also equals money and is definitely a marketing decision Make it look like they are a socially conscious company etc etc, and avoid any backlash from releasing something which is Violent in nature in the current climate in the US at the moment.
  9. Battlefield 4

    Yeah good fun mate. Good idea organisingi
  10. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

    Sweet well that answers my question!
  11. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

    We have mainly been playing Normal COD multiplayer. All the old favs TDM, Kill Confirmed, Domination etc. So over the Battle Royal format. You actually get to do some shooting in normal COD. Have been getting the Battle Pass and been really fun unlocking all the Gun Attachments and Skins etc, so been plenty of content to keep the interest up. By the end of one Battle pass you usually have accumulated enough COD Points for the next one so have only needed to buy the first one so far. Plus there really is nothing else new that has come out to take me away from the game at the moment so has lasted a lot longer then I thought a COD game ever would considering I'm usually into the more Hardcore Tactical shooters like Squad and Escape from Tarkov.
  12. Star Wars *Contains Spoilers*

    Yeah that's what gets me with The Clone Wars. So many episodes aimed at kids with completely irrelevant story lines that I was bored out of my mind with. Then you get to the end and it builds up to something really good. I really couldn't do the whole thing again myself. Quite a few episodes each season as well so would be a bit of a grind IMO
  13. Star Wars *Contains Spoilers*

    Yeah just finished it last night. Typical Clone wars. Starts off meh then finishes like a master piece.
  14. Total War Series

    War Hammer ones are the ones Iv'e played. Love the Fantasy type setting. Have not tried the others but Free is right up my alley!
  15. YouTube Video Thread - Part 2

    Random Lockdown Youtube Channels found Thread!
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