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Monday Chat: January 4

Happy New Year! 

It's Monday and after a relaxing two week break we are back with the news. So how was your Xmas? Did you get anything nice?

It's sure to be a great year ahead when it comes to games. But what have you been playing over Xmas? Did you manage to make a dent in your backlog?

Let's chat!

Edited On 04 Jan, 2016

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JoeToots 1 year ago
First off. Happy new year everyone hope you all had a good Christmas. Gaming wise before Christmas I bought myself some new PC parts. A Gtx980ti, 16gb of RAm and a new PSU mainly so now I'm set for games for maybe 3-4 years idk. Gaming wise though I have t really played anything that has pushed my system. Mostly played Fifa and a little bit of Arma which is very CPU based anyway. I did pick up seige as I got it free with my new card. I wasn't expecting much but I must say I am pleasantly surprised about how good this game is to play with friends.
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Turniplord 1 year ago
I've just become obsessed with Yakuza 5 on the PS3 - managed to grab it really cheap and i'm over 190 hour in so far and only at 30% completion so far! So much to collect and do! Prefer it over GTA anyday - I have Yakuza 4 and dead souls but never played, played all the GTA games and 5 never got my interest - found it boring. But this, I can't stop, so many mini games and missions and funny events. I can't wait for Yakuza 0 to get a release over here on the PS4 now. It didn't sell many copies, but it is a real hidden gem that everyone should play (digital only though
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PHILIP 1 year ago
Had a few games for Xmas including Until Dawn. Really enjoyed it finished it over 2 nights great story and graphics and good twist in it - Never seen that coming in it (can't see anyone actually) - if you haven't played it and intend to DONT google anything about it cause of spoilers just play it. Gonna try and platinum it as I want to try and finish it with complete ending as I ended up killing 3 people.

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