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20 Jul 19
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The story of Demon’s Crystals (related in half-assed text scrolls at the very beginning and end) is some evil monsters arrived and changed everyone into monsters, strange since you control half-dragon half human characters, but whatever, kill them all and reclaim your crystals back using magical guns, because it’s a twin stick shooter. The hordes […]

20 Jul 19
J2J Plays Life

Hey all! As many know, I’ve been working as a full time Veterinary Technician for going on 10 years, my dream career. Well, how quick life can change! This past Monday I parted ways with my former employer on a mutual basis. Now, I find myself here a year and some change later with all […]

19 Jul 19
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Everyone likes free games. Well, it's halfway through July, and that means PS4 games are available free of charge to PlayStation Plus members for July 2019. As usual, you have about a month to claim these free games. and add them to your Playstation account, where they will stay for as long as you are […]

18 Jul 19
GTA Online – how long did you play it for? The Evening Inbox is split on whether a Sega Saturn Mini console is a good idea, as one reader has a dirty suggestion for Joy-Con drift. To join in with the discussions yourself email   [metro-fact-box title=”It never ends” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Can’t believe how long it’s been since GTA V first came out so it’s crazy to think they’ve been keeping the casino back all this time. Normally I’d expect to see comments about does anyone still play the game? And who cares? But I don’t think I’ve ever seen a top 10 where GTA V isn’t in there, and that’s over the course of six years! So obviously people do play it, but I’m curious as to whether that’s a constant flow of new people or if there are some people that have been playing GTA Online non-stop since it started? I’m always fascinated by that sort of dedication, not just because it seems so alien to me (I’d rather play something new as often as possible) but because I’m interested to see how companies keep people’s interest. At this rate I don’t see GTA Online ever slowing down, not given how big this update seems to be, and I think now the only question is whether they port GTA V to the PlayStation 5 or if they finally get round to GTA VI. If I was a betting man I’d say they’ll just go with an enhanced port. Crasp [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”On the podium” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I guess I could see how The Division 2 would be the biggest game of the year so far, but I think that’s more an illustration of how slim the release schedules are for the first half of the year compared to the second. Most of the other big games were either exclusives or fairly niche so I guess The Division 2 wins by default. I certainly don’t know anyone that plays it though and until that single-player rumour I had forgotten it even exists. I guess the obvious answer as to what will be the biggest will be FIFA or Call Of Duty but I think Borderlands 3 is also in the running, or will at least certainly round out the top three. The hype for that seems to be huge, plus it’s a known quantity so people are going to be confident about buying it before seeing reviews, etc. I know it’s disappointing to sum that it hasn’t really changed from the last ones but I think that’s exactly why it, and other popular games, sell so much. Sully [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”All-in-one solution” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] In response to Snoops’ letter in Thursday morning’s Inbox. A couple of weeks ago on YouTube I chanced upon footage of a product dubbed the Polymega that looks highly ambitious. It’s a system that its creators claim uses custom BIOS/emulators that provide a high degree of accuracy when replicating the console in question. Or rather consoles in question, as the base unit has a disc drive and on its own apparently emulates a multitude of CD-based systems including the PS1 and Saturn and an awful lot of previews of the system seemed to concentrate on the latter. The system also allows for add-on modules to be purchased separately for a number of cartridge-based systems such as the Mega Drive, NES, SNES and so forth. One of the features touted is the ability to back up the original game discs and cartridges to the hard drive and play the title from HDD to reduce wear and tear on said discs/carts. The interface looks slick and shows off very official looking artwork for each game. It seemingly looks to be a quality piece of kit that would eliminate the need for a bunch of individual mini SNES/Mega Drive/PC Engine style consoles vying for HDMI inputs under a TV. But what I find most intriguing is the suggestion that the creators are speaking with a number of games companies to allow you to buy a digital copy of many retro titles for a few dollars each from presumably a Polymega branded version of Steam or PSN and it’s the latter that’s got me interested. Meestah Bull PS: There now appears to be a lightgun peripheral that they claim can work on an HDTV! [/metro-fact-box]   E-mail your comments to:   [metro-fact-box title=”Together at last” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I don’t know if anyone has suggested this before but with the rumours that Zelda is going to be playable in Breath Of The Wild 2, given how prominent she was in the trailer (and how rubbish she was in the original game) but maybe the sequel will actually be co-op? Zelda has had multiplayer games before but they’ve usually focused on more than two people and been more like novelties. What if Breath Of The Wild 2 had more story-focused co-op and allowed you both to explore and play at the same time? Maybe they’d have to make it so you both can’t be too far away from each other but I’d like to see them try and with the two characters they have the perfect excuse. Dallas [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Planetary disaster” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] RE: Snoops. Sorry pal, but I completely disagree with just the mention of a Mini Sega Saturn console. I remember back in the day when I paid £400 for one on its first day of release and was always green with envy of my other friends owning the original PlayStation. Now if you wrote in about the hopes of a mini Sega Dreamcast that would be a complete different story I’d be asking where/when do you want me to sign up! For me personally I’m just waiting for the release of the new Capcom home console to be released this coming October. The list of the 16 games on offer are my kind of games that I enjoy playing and also the cherry on the cake is that I also like the idea of the actual console having the original Sanwa joysticks and OBSF buttons for durability and precision! JAH [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Mega Drive too” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Snoops’ email about a mini Saturn is on the money, I’d definitely buy one, as would a great deal of other people who’d be curious having missed it the first time. While making it work would be more technically demanding than the PS1 mini was, Sega have a distinct advantage in that they own most of the Saturn’s top games such as Panzer Saga, Sega Rally, Vitua Fighter 2, and Burning Rangers, to name a few. This would mean that they can make something that would be better received than the PS1 mini. Couple this with their partnership with the incredible M2 (who’ve done the Mega Drive Mini’s emulation and OS) and it seems to be really doable. My guess is that it won’t happen just yet as there’s still a great deal to mine from the Mega Drive’s back catalogue, including both Mega CD and 32X titles like Sonic CD, Shining Force CD, Snatcher, and Knuckles’ Chaotix which has never been re-released. Rezapoc [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Pro solution” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Thought I’d add my weight behind the Joy-Con drift issue. My Switch was one of the launch units and by October the same year one of the Joy-Cons was drifting. Shortly after I purchased a Pro Controller and haven’t had to use my Joy-Cons enough since to notice if it’s still happening. Obviously, there is an issue here. There’s far too many people experiencing faulty hardware. It’s put me off buying another pair until I’ve heard that the issue has been fixed. That being said, the Pro Controller is really fantastic and I urge any Switch owners who don’t have one to invest. Matt [/metro-fact-box]   Catch up on every previous Games Inbox here   [metro-fact-box title=”Dirty and cheap” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I don’t have a Switch so I can’t say for sure but I’ve been getting the same drift problem with my PlayStation 4 pad for a while now and I’m certain it’s simply down to dust and dirt build up. I use a thin strip of paper and slide it around inside the thumbstick housing (anyone else getting aroused?) and that usually fixes it, but I’m a filthy dog so it does start again after a while. A better solution would probably be to use a can of compressed air but not only am I filthy I’m also cheap, so I’ve never tried it. Next time it happens I might take the pad apart for a proper clean out and see if that makes for a longer-term fix. Will report back on my findings. Magicsquirrel PS: I thought I’d enjoyed Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz on the Wii and think I even mentioned in the Underbox not long ago how I’d like another, glad the recent letters on the matter have pointed out how wrong I was. PPS: Sorry about the sarcasm. PPPS: That was also sarcasm. I can’t help it, it’s a sickness I tell ya! PPPPS: Also, I like cake and I’ll often go to a number of different cake sellers for their exclusives cakes. If the cake is good enough I will get the cake, and I will eat the cake. PPPPPS: I definitely eat too much cake. [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Inbox also-rans” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I’ve just had a sneak peek of the next gen Formula One game ***SPOILER ALERT*** The cars have massive inverted wings on the front and back to give the tyres more grip when cornering Johnny Alpha SD Currently playing: Elite Dangerous and Inside on Xbox and Phoenix HD on iOS GC: Is that a racing pun? We feel that’s probably wasted on us. When I said 70% I meant 70% of Destiny 2 players don’t play it anymore. And as for it being a hit, it wasn’t a hit for long, was it? David GC: Right, but where did the 70% figure come from? [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”This week’s Hot Topic” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation”] The subject for this weekend’s Inbox was suggested by reader Gannet, who asks what video game franchise have you been playing the longest? What series do you have the longest history with an what was the first and most recent entry you’ve played? Do you consider yourself a long-time fan of the series or is it simply that most of the games are high quality? How many entries have you played and do you own any related merchandise? Do you consider yourself to be loyal to the franchise and do you always plan to buy new games, even when they’re spin-offs, if they’re part of the series? E-mail your comments to: [/metro-fact-box]   The small print New Inbox updates appear twice daily, every weekday morning and afternoon. Readers’ letters are used on merit and may be edited for length. You can also submit your own 500 to 600-word 4Player viewer features at any time, which if used will be shown in the next available weekend slot. You can also leave your comments below and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter.
17 Jul 19

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14 Jul 19

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13 Jul 19

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13 Jul 19

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13 Jul 19
Red Dead Redemption II – do you regret your time with it? Readers discuss the video games they wish they’d never played, from time wasted on Destiny 2 to battle royale hit PUBG. The subject for this week’s Hot Topic was suggested by reader Hatton, who asked what game do you feel ended up being a waste of your time? Did you still finish the game and if not how often do you end up giving up on a video game before beating it or spending a substantial amount of time on it? We had a wide variety of answers, including classics ranging from Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night to The Last Of Us. And yet in many cases not only did people end up finishing them, they even played other games in the same franchise/genre.   [metro-fact-box title=”Bitter end” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] The game I most regret playing, at least recently, is Red Dead Redemption II. The painfully slow start nearly had me switch it off and trade it in, but I persevered and started to quite enjoy it. The trouble is that I only QUITE enjoyed it even at the best moments. The graphics and voice acting were superb, but I wasn’t impressed with the story and the sheer amount of horse riding required between each bit of interesting play. I know a lot of people adored the game, but I found that too much of it was simply dull. At no point did I find I was actually having fun playing it, which has become the most important thing to me in a game. I ended up playing it through to the end, just to get it done, but I ended up with a feeling of disappointment. BadgerOfDoom [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Major embarrassment” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I really wish I hadn’t bothered with is Crackdown 3. Now, I know that’s kind of my own fault and I should’ve just listened to the reviews but I loved the original and had kind of convinced myself that there was no way the third could be as bad as the second and that people were just being overly critical. The thing is though I wouldn’t even necessarily call the game bad, it is just so outdated it’s almost kind of embarrassing. Not one little effort was made to update it, in terms of gameplay, graphics, or anything. I don’t really understand how it could possibly have taken as long as it did. And as for the multiplayer… well, I don’t regret my time on that because it last about two goes. What a load of broken rubbish. I doubly wish I hadn’t spent any time on the game because then I wouldn’t have all these regrets. Mousra [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Lesson learnt” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I would love to get back the time I spent on Fallout 4. Looking back I have no idea why I spent so much time on it, but it’s over 250 hours! I’ve always been a big Fallout fan so I think it was almost a sense of obligation to try and 100%. Although don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy it at the beginning and I certainly don’t think it’s a bad game. It’s nowhere near as good as Bethesda’s other ones though and now I’m other side of it I really wish I’d spent that time doing something more productive. Funny thing is I think the reception to Fallout 76 has made me look back on the game with even more regret, as if it was exposing how I’d been suckered into playing it. Needless to say I never played that game, so I hope that shows I’ve learnt my lesson at least. Gatchaman [/metro-fact-box]   E-mail your comments to:   [metro-fact-box title=”Time limit” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I think the game I most regret playing was Oxenfree. It was on sale on Switch for around a fiver, so I didn’t feel too guilty about it but it was just a game that wasn’t for me. It’s not because I don’t like these style games because I have enjoyed others, but I just found myself not really engaging with the narrative or the characters in Oxenfree. I regret it because I saw it through until the end, as I was waiting for something good to happen and I suppose I was kind of intrigued as to the mystery of the island at the beginning, but by the end I just didn’t really care that much. I know it’s a short game but it was still a few hours I could have been spending playing something else I enjoyed more. Oxenfree taught me a lesson though, now the most time I will give a game to grab me is two hours. If I’m not engaged with the narrative by then, or if the gameplay isn’t interesting me much, I will move onto the next game. There is the odd exception if I have heard from people that it takes longer to hit its stride, for example Red Dead Redemption II. I gave Red Dead Redemption II more time after the first couple of hours would still be classed as the tutorial, however, by the end of chapter 3 I still wasn’t enjoying it much so I stopped playing it. This was a hard thing to do for Red Dead because I enjoyed the first game so much and thought I was missing something, but when I read that others were having similar problems to myself with the game I didn’t see the point in continuing with it just because it was a Rockstar game. I don’t regret playing it though because it sure was incredible to look at. Angry_Kurt (Twitter) Now playing: Blood & Truth (PSVR) and Axiom Verge (Switch) [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”In the bin” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Maaaaate, I’ve had some stinkers that I’ve regretted over the years! The first was probably GTA IV. After thoroughly enjoying the third instalment and San Andreas/Vice City, the fourth game was a major disappointment. Nico Belic was about much fun as third degree sunburn! I dunno how they got it so wrong, I gave up after having to take a date to a bowling alley! Seriously? What is this, The Sims? I’ve tried it several times since and I still can’t get over how forgettable the game seems. But despite this, I was one of the 1.35 billion people who bought GTA V. The second was Bethesda’s 2009 reboot of Wolfenstein. Whereas the previous Return To Castle Wolfenstein was excellent, the new game started off well… until I found myself drifting through silly fourth dimensional Nazi portals! Wait,- whut… It was completely jarring and ruined the immersion; so much so that I threw the game in the rubbish. In the rubbish! I never throw games in the bin! This act of spite haunted me for many years until I decided to buy it again (yes, I’m a bit nuts). It now sits on my shelf with a warning label, should I ever decide time has sufficiently rose-tinted my view of this painful disappointment. Having said that, I was first in line to buy Wolfenstein: The New Order. Go figure! The third game I’ll mention is Assassin’s Creed. I still struggle to fathom how this game killed Prince Of Persia. The controls are about as clunky as a 1950s gearbox and Altair has more arrogance than a certain American president. The accent doesn’t help either! Who on earth spoke like that in 1160 AD?! As you can probably guess, I headed out to buy Assassin’s Creed II. Sometimes you get lemons I s’pose. We can’t let them jade us though, as it’s all part of the gaming fabric! Cheerskis! Sonny (AERO_HDT – PSN ID) [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Failed attempt” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] After I read all the positive reviews I bought Dark Souls and spent many hours on the game. I only made very limited progress in the game and couldn’t justify the time needed to complete the game. I was also becoming increasingly frustrated with constantly dying and not being able to figure out why. At least I can tell myself that I gave it a go but in future I will be sticking to easier games. Rave [/metro-fact-box]   Catch up on every previous Games Inbox here   [metro-fact-box title=”Out of the loop” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Technically the game I have wasted the most time on is Destiny. I spent about 1,000 hours playing the original game and its expansions. However, I enjoyed the majority of the time I spent with it, so I am not nominating that. The sequel however… When I started playing Destiny 2 it seemed like an improved version of Destiny and had an actual story. I happily finished the campaign and moved onto the post-game, this is where things started to sour. The original Destiny was a bit lacklustre on the post-game but the Nightfall Strike, Weekly Heroic Strike, and Raids were all things I enjoyed and happily completed one to three times every week. On Destiny 2 I hated the changes to the Nightfall Strike, the rewards of the Weekly Heroic Strike made it pointless, and the Raid was merely OK. There was also Trials of Osiris but I hated that in both games. In Bungie’s defence they also added other means to get the top rewards but some of these were quite grindy and not that fun; realising this was the nail in the coffin. I had done lots of grinding in Destiny and enjoyed all of it, so why was I not enjoying grinding in Destiny 2? The excellent primary gameplay loop is the reason I played Destiny for 1,000 hours and the sequel still has the same basic structure. There is a difference however and that is Destiny let you use one basic gun and two specialist ones, whereas Destiny 2 has two basic guns and one specialist. This change allowed for better balancing of the multiplayer but for me removed variety from the single-player, which in turn made it less fun. Essentially, this small change to the primary gameplay loop and the changes to the weekly loop meant I simply did not enjoy Destiny 2 as much as the original, despite improvements elsewhere. It took me about six months of regular play before I properly realised this, which is why Destiny 2 is the game I have wasted the most number of hours playing. PazJohnMitch [/metro-fact-box]   E-mail your comments to:   The small print New Inbox updates appear twice daily, every weekday morning and afternoon. Readers’ letters are used on merit and may be edited for length. You can also submit your own 500 to 600-word 4Player viewer features at any time, which if used will be shown in the next available weekend slot. You can also leave your comments below and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter.
12 Jul 19
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11 Jul 19

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