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About Somerset_Bumkin

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    It's all in the reflexes
  • Birthday 06/21/1983

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  1. As in, you think how amazing it actually is the be immersed so deeply in the Wild West and be free to do almost as you please. It is a privilege, wasn’t that long ago for me I was playing Jet Set Willy! The original was definitely a better ‘game’, and I’ve played that though twice. Still not feeling the urge to play 2 again, would rather see a remaster of the original.
  2. Nah, it was epically awesome I thought that was totally immersive. I think you missed a trick by not doing the side missions as some of those were the best ones. Game is completely jam packed full of detail that constantly leaves you awestruck. Didn’t you notice the shrinking stallion balls in the snow? You make a valid point though, RDR1 was a better game to play. But the sequel is an unbelievable privilege to be able to play.
  3. For me it’s because me it does a rare thing and that’s drag me into its universe. Anyway, we’ll up for some coop on the others if your playing.
  4. 5 was beyond average but not much worse than 4. I still think CE plays well from start to finish, I enjoyed 2 more on the remaster than I did first time around as I forgot how massive it was, felt 3 was a bit overrated but still great.
  5. I still think it plays well, what’s wrong with you? Was it the Library?
  6. But you couldn't invert the Y-axis so had to use the motion controls. Controls weren’t bad, just not dynamic enough for some of the boss fights I felt.
  7. Luigi’s Mansion 3 (Switch) - Loving my Switch atm, fast becoming my favourite console. I love the Luigi games and this is a highly polished AAA release but felt like a slight chore at times, kind of like it lacked much variety to the gameplay despite each level being very different. Clunky controls (that suit the game) made some of the bosses quite tough for the wrong reasons and for some reason I struggled with the 3D perspective, often pointing in the wrong direction because I couldn’t work out where I was etc. Great game on the whole though but I enjoyed 2 a lot more I think. Also the dark levels really didn’t suit playing in handheld mode.
  8. Cool, got the for Christmas along with COD. Looking forward to it.
  9. Thanks, sounds much simpler!
  10. Yes, that’s right mate. Will my TP link do that?
  11. Ask away buddy, I’m not precious!
  12. Far Cry 5 New Dawn (Bone) - Not a full FC game but more than some DLC. Basically an enhanced endgame to FC5 set about 15 years after and covering about 1/3 of the original map. I really got into it as I find the FC formula very addictive, everything FC5 did well this does well and vice versa, tried some new game mechanics that don’t really work but it’s still great. Best part are the expeditions that are 7 unique mini maps where you do a smash and grab of a back pack and then have 2 wait a few minutes for rescue gunning down hordes of enemy. Highly recommended for sub £20.
  13. I’m lost with networks nowadays so would appreciate some help if you can. I’ve basically built an outbuilding and put a cat 6 cable out to it and installed TP-Link TL-WR940N 450Mbps... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003Y5RYNY?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share for WiFi. is it possible to set it up so it replicates the WiFi in the house so I don’t need to create a new login for phones etc? It’s basically plugged into the back of my home WiFi router via a network cable. Thanks in advance.
  14. Somerset_Bumkin

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    We’ve got into Stranger Things and really enjoying it. Can’t wait to finish it so we can watch The Witcher. Missus thinks it looks great, haven’t told her it’s a computer game!
  15. It really has been a completely forgettable trilogy. Far too many people/politics/accountants involved for any sort of coherent vision. They’ve tried to do what Marvel did (before they bought them out) but forgot to actually plan the story out properly. Absolute shite. Only film worth watching has been Rouge One although I didn’t mind Solo too much and thought that was overly criticised. Main trilogy though was a complete, cash-in, re-hash, money-spinning waste of energy.
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