I like borderlands and will get this at some point, but being on the epic store its price wont drop for some time yet.
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competition is normally good, but for Streaming its not been so far, the more competition the less value there has been for the consumer.
The services arnt really innovating, there just buying what ever content they can label as exclusive to their platform to gain subs.
To not miss any big shows, you need to be subbed to Netflix, Prime, and now Disney.
I'd rather one company have the monopoly here so we only have to pay for one sub.
@Jacanuk: France in particular have said they will veto another extension if we ask for one without any reason for it.
As they should, how long is this charade going to go on.
Yep, not sure what is going on within the British parliament but it's a farce that just won't end.
The funniest thing is that the Labour party know they can´t win an election and are too scared to give Boris an actual Majority. So they try to seize power without an actual election.
whats confusing about Labour is that they wont back remain, hes put himself in a position were both leavers and remainers arnt likely to vote for him, leavers will be swung to brexit party and remainers to lib dems.
When an election happens, labour could loose a lot of seats.
@thehig1: "Personally I have the Saturn ahead of N64 I was stuck with that console for a few years before I got a ps1."
What Saturn has over N64?
The Saturn had a couple of Exclusives that were pretty good, Virtua Cop, House of the Dead (2 lightgun games were N64 didnt have nay lightgun games) Virtua Fighter, Sega Rally, Nights into Dreams, Daytona USA, Deep Fear (awesome Resident Evil like game) for exclusives.
Then the Saturn had several multiplats that were not available on the N64,
Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo
Road Rash (different game to Road Rash 64)
Street Racer (although I get this is a knock off version of mario kart)
Die Hard Trilogy (more light gunnage)
Command & Conquer
Tempest 2000 (no need for an Atari Jaguar ;))
Also I also get that all of these were availble on Ps1, but I was a child back then and wasnt able to get a ps1 until late in the generation, around half the games above I owned the rest I either swapped with friends or rented from blockbuster video.
Finally the controller on the N64 made games unplayable for me, hated the thing.
@brimmul777: disagree about Metallica, they are still awesome live they put on a great show, and there last album was thier best since Justice.
A few Ive thought of
Queensryche - going from operation mindcrime in 87 a true power metal concept masterpiece to what they have been over the last 15 years is one of the biggest falls from grace.
The legal issues with Geoff Tate screwing the band over didn't help but they havnt been able to pit anything decent since the early 90s.
Nightwish- first few albums up to 2005s "Once" were fantastic, then Tarja left the band and they were never the same
Opeth - Started out as a straight up melodic death metal band, then evolved to be the greatest ever progessive death metal band, then stripped all metal elements out and just played progressive rock (barely rock)
Such a dramatic change means the band are no longer playing to their strengths anymore.