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I think he's a pretty good Bond.

He's definitely a good actor, but he's definitely not memorable as a Bond.

I have a hard time remembering any of his lines from the past 3 films, which can't be said of most previous Bonds.

And that's not necessarily a bad thing.

It makes the things going on around him seem richer and more extraordinary.

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@TwinStripeUK: Haha, it changed like 4 minutes ago.

St. Eddie is listening and does answer prayers after all.

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It would have been too honest for Eddie to have just added the words “XBOX ONE” to the title.

God forbid 80% of gamers not clicking on an article that has literally no useful information for them.

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@aiat_gamer: If you think it's just a nipple that takes AF2 too far, then you're about as tone sensitive as a brick.

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@aiat_gamer: And Quiet is a woman in a bra, and AF2 is absolutely, borderline disgustingly out of order.

You know the difference between the two, right?

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@Darkhol0w: I genuinely don't understand. Are you implying that having an afro is offensive?

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@aiat_gamer: If you'd played AF2, you'd not be comparing how it treats women to how MGSV does.

But then again, not playing this game didn't stop you comparing Peter's opinion of it with your own petulant guesswork, so who knows?

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As a Sony supporter, I'm amazed they were stupid enough to even release the Vita.

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There's something about Chromebooks which just result in a really nice user experience, and the last Toshiba model was probably the best of the bunch,

but $429 is pushing it a little I think.

I would probably get a 4GB RAM, i3 Surface 3 at that price (which are lovely little things as well btw).

I noticed CNet in particular, every time they review a Chromebook they say,

“severely limited when offline.”

Given they they're supposed to be experts I'm forced to conclude that they're intentionally marking Chromebooks down, because that simply isn't true. You can write and save e-mails for sending, you can watch films, you can write documents and work on spreadsheets. In offline mode it's only as limited as any computer in offline mode.

I'd say get a hands-on with them before you decide, because they're very convenient and nice to use.