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How much do you expect you'll spend on games & consoles in 2018?
£0 - £1 - Yar, yar and/or freeware for me yo. 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
£1 - £50 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
£50 - £100 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
£100 - £200 (~£12.50/month) 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
£200 - £300 18%  18%  [ 3 ]
£300 - £400 18%  18%  [ 3 ]
£400 - £600 (~£50/month) 12%  12%  [ 2 ]
£600 - £800 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
£800 - £1000 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
£1000 - £1200 (~£100/month) 18%  18%  [ 3 ]
£1200 - £1500 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
£1500 - £2000 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
£2000 - £mental 6%  6%  [ 1 ]
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Lolololol.

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Surely that NES thing is unplayable with the cartridge sticking out the top? Does it make your hands ache?

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Surely that NES thing is unplayable with the cartridge sticking out the top? Does it make your hands ache?


It's not bad actually. The console and game come in at under 300g (a GBA is around 200g), so it's light enough to not be a nuisance. I'll mainly be using it to test cartridges out anyway, so I won't be using it for long periods of time.

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Surely that NES thing is unplayable with the cartridge sticking out the top? Does it make your hands ache?


It's not bad actually. The console and game come in at under 300g (a GBA is around 200g), so it's light enough to not be a nuisance. I'll mainly be using it to test cartridges out anyway, so I won't be using it for long periods of time.

I’ve promised Darwin when he’s a bit older I’ll get the real NES out the garage so fingers crossed it will be working by then :)

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Mr Russell wrote:
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Surely that NES thing is unplayable with the cartridge sticking out the top? Does it make your hands ache?


It's not bad actually. The console and game come in at under 300g (a GBA is around 200g), so it's light enough to not be a nuisance. I'll mainly be using it to test cartridges out anyway, so I won't be using it for long periods of time.

I’ve promised Darwin when he’s a bit older I’ll get the real NES out the garage so fingers crossed it will be working by then :)

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I'll mainly be using it to test cartridges out anyway

I've got to say - you seem to have a lot of devices you "use for testing cartridges".

Just how sure do you have to be?

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I'll mainly be using it to test cartridges out anyway

I've got to say - you seem to have a lot of devices you "use for testing cartridges".

Just how sure do you have to be?

:)


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The handheld MD, SNES and now NES that I've got are very convenient just to see if a cart is basically working. If it doesn't work in one of them though, then there's a chance they're not compatible with them, so I have to then test them on the various original consoles dotted around.

I'm getting steadily more organised and efficient.. although the living room still needs a lot of work.

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You need to put the numbers in angle brackets for the forum to count them up dude.


Oh. I'll fix it tomorrow on PC. I didn't know it did that.

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You need to put the numbers in angle brackets for the forum to count them up dude.


Oh. I'll fix it tomorrow on PC. I didn't know it did that.

One reality slap coming for me at the end of the year lol.


The totaliser for 2019 is here:

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You'll have to let me know if it's any good. I'm sort of tempted..

Also, I probably should update my total. I reckon I've spent another grand or something daft since I last posted something.


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You'll have to let me know if it's any good. I'm sort of tempted..

The main "campaign" is short, but fun. Some of the puzzles take a bit of thinking - I've had about 4 hours out of it, and have just unlocked some more objectives that appear when you complete the main "story".

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Tbf Nintendo games rarely dip below £40, even when they’re a couple of years old. I bought Mario Maker 2 for £40 on release because I found a shop selling it for that much — it was £50 everywhere else.

I’ve been waiting for Mario Kart 8 to hit £30 or under because I played it to death on the Wii U. I ended up borrowing Joans’s copy of Zelda: BotW because it was too expensive, even in sales.

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Fifty quid? There's one born every minute


It's a digital purchase so it's just whatever it costs on the store. Is it possible to get it on cartridge for less? Probably, but not by much I'd guess, and I can't be arsed looking, and I like digital purchases because fuck physical media.

Plus, it's such a wonderfully crafted and delightful game I'm more than happy with the price.

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It's a digital purchase so it's just whatever it costs on the store. Is it possible to get it on cartridge for less? Probably, but not by much I'd guess, and I can't be arsed looking, and I like digital purchases because fuck physical media.

Plus, it's such a wonderfully crafted and delightful game I'm more than happy with the price.

Live and let live I say. Won't stop me looking on in horror though.

Although now I've looked into it, I see it's a remake and not the original NES game. Still though, fifty quid.


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It’s by far, the least objectionable purchase. Everything is made completely from scratch.

I think Super Mario Bros. U Switch Deluxe for full price; Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Breeze for full price; Captain Toads Treasure Tracker for full price or the other WiiU half assed conversion jobs for full price are more worthy of derision.


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Captain Toad was never full price as far as I know. I bought it quite early on after missing it on the Wii U and I paid £25 I think.

You are right in general about the price of Switch remakes though.

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Space Hulk: Tactics is a turn-based strategy game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, pitting squads of Space Marine Terminators against swarms of alien Genestealers aboard massive amalgamations of abandoned starships called Space Hulks.

Based on the classic Games Workshop boardgame, Space Hulk: Tactics lets you pick between these two factions in full campaigns, solo vs. AI, or competitive online play. A new card system enhances the turn-based strategy gameplay, ensuring no two games are ever the same and giving you many more tactical options on every turn. With a map creation tool also available, you will never run out of new scenarios to play.


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I've only played the tutorial mission but it seems decent so far. The tiny font is going to be painful though

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You are using the 'Ted' forum. Bill doesn't really exist any more. Bogus!
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RIP, Owen.

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