StewartBros

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About StewartBros

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  1. VALIANT HEARTS: THE GREAT WAR Bought this a few days ago with the intention of completing it this year, being the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War I. It was a very enjoyable little game, with lots of educational anecdotes about the war and the various weapons and technologies of the time. The only annoying part was the Healing Hero trophy - that took me a couple of dozen attempts before I finally got it. And no, I didn't cry at the end, like so many people apparently do! 😂
  2. Can anyone recommend Valiant Hearts: The Great War? Giving some thought to buying it shortly.

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    2. DamagingRob

      DamagingRob

      Yeah, it is really good. Highly recommend. 

    3. StewartBros

      StewartBros

      Thanks for the recommendations, all. Bought the game tonight and will try to play it this weekend. :)

    4. Cobby
  3. Had this on my PS3 for a good few years now, but only started playing it a few days ago. I could see why so many people think so highly of this game - it was a lot of fun, bar the bloody annoying air hockey minigame! Wish I'd played this sooner, but better late than never, right?! The camera system was clunky at times, especially during some combat sections, but nothing too troubling. It was also a bit on the short side, but again, it was no big deal. Still good fun to play.
  4. Shed Seven
  5. Iceman (Marvel VS Capcom 2)
  6. Not even then. Not even if it becomes free.
  7. Are you proud of yourself?
  8. ^ Aw hell no! You'd fight this man? 😯
  9. Just Cause 3
  10. Ocean Colour Scene
  11. Xorn
  12. Why not? It'd be interesting. 😂
  13. I actually did meet Mr Lee once, albeit very briefly. It's not uncommon at all for people to lament the loss of a celebrity that they're fond of. We all have our favourite actors, singers, and so on, and we will all be sad when those figures that many of us will have known of throughout our lives are no longer around.
  14. I was beyond gutted when I heard. Mr Lee changed the face of pop culture forever - the superhero comicbook industry would never have been the same without him. Given his advanced age, I suppose it was only a matter of time, but still, it's crushing news. Excelsior.