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  1. I really don't like this. This duo made Iaora Tahiti, Autoditacker, Instrumentals, Niun Niggung, Idiology, and Radical Connector, all of which I love to death. Varcharz was pretty solid too. Maybe they should have stopped after that. Parastrophics was okay, but felt more like a Hud Mo album than a Mouse On Mars album.
  2. This has been really nice from Epic. Tons of quality free games over the last year and a half. I also like that they charge developers less in fees. Unrelated, beat the first section of The Last Campfire. Gives me some N64 Zelda vibes in terms of how the world is structured, though the gameplay is a lot simpler.
  3. I bought it on PS4, but I missed the sale that's happening on it. I use both Epic and Steam. Don't really understand Steam loyalty. Unrelated, I was finally able to snag a PS5. Feel like the bundle is kind of a ripoff, but I got Miles Morales with it. Should come in two weeks.
  4. I beat Hyper Light Drifter. I did enjoy that. Got it for free from Epic Games Store. Ghostrunner is first person wall running and killing. Like a modern Mirror's Edge with a sword. It moves too fast for me.
  5. Downloaded the Ghostrunner demo. Couldn't get the hang of the controls. Kept dying near instantly. Having a bad run with hard games. Started Gorogoa on PS4 and downloaded The Last Campfire too (from No Man's Sky devs). Still waiting on a PS5 to play Miles Morales.
  6. I tried Cuphead. Unbelievably difficult. Took me dozens of tries to beat the first boss on simple, and then they told me you don't get credit unless you beat it on regular. I am just terrible at platformers. Art style is amazing though.
  7. Le Samourai (1967): stylish fa sho, struggled a bit to work through the why of the ending.
  8. Went through a lot of the Amazon shows as I got a free trial to watch The Expanse. Finished The Boys, and it was solid. Now working on Jack Ryan, which based on the pilot I liked better than Patriot or Tales from the Loop.
  9. 93-96. Incunabula and Anti are my favorites. Love Trip Repetae, Chiastic Slide, Envane. They really lost me when Confield hit, and haven't been much into them since. Outside a couple amazing tracks like "Pen Expers" and "V-Proc", it hasn't been interesting to me.
  10. The Expanse: Been a huge fan of the show. This season's just all right so far. WandaVision: I actually dig it quite a bit. Creative and mysterious. The Boys: Finished the first season and really liked it. Second season kind of weak so far, but only a few episodes in.
  11. Started Jedi Fallen Order, and it's all right so far. Not as polished as Titanfall 2. EDIT: Stopped playing it. Very unpolished controls. I think I'll finally get around to trying The Forest.
  12. Started Jedi Fallen Order, and it's all right so far. Not as polished as Titanfall 2.
  13. i started with Yakuza 0 and ultimately gave up maybe halfway. Combat was boring, and I wasn't into the story. I did love how they had classic Sega games you could play inside the game though.
  14. New season of The Expanse. The villain is not great.
  15. I could not figure out what to do and kept dying, so turned it off LOL.
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