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  1. anyone with a decent PC... botw...

    The chances of Nintendo upgrading the baseline switch hardware and releasing a game that *isn't* backwards compatible with current Nintendo Switches is literally zero sadly. The Nintendo Switch is here to say and in all likelyhood Nintendo will camp out with this same hardware for another 5 years in order to milk the massive install base for as long as possible. Ergo BOTW 2 will be same as BOTW in all regards
  2. Wireless headphones

    The shitty but still there noise cancelling and actually sounding like normal headphones combination is rare and much appreciated yeah. Boses literally sound worse than $2 buds
  3. What Anime Are You Watching Right Now?

    wtf the uniform is actually red in We Never Learn World God only Knows vibes to the max Kimetsu no Yaiba is good shonen but I sincerely doubt it has a fraction of Dororo's brilliance.
  4. What Anime Are You Watching Right Now?

    wtf is this Dororo I might have to sample this series
  5. What Anime Are You Watching Right Now?

    Promised Neverland wins best OP and maybe best anime Kaguya is also best OP and is in the running for best romcom Alicization is fantastic (when you watch it on 4x speed in VLC like I do)
  6. What games are you currently playing?

    Pokemon mainline games are absurdly easy and simplistic, only the romhacks are close to worth playing. If you think turn based is boring you should play Into the Breach, which is an example of how you do turn based right. Turn based is super dependant on the UI and mechanics and it's easy to do wrong. Currently playing tons of ATLAS and it's an amazing game which has been patched amazingly fast, all of the release issues are solved and it's one of the best games to play with a large guild ever. And one of the worst to play solo.
  7. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    I don't think United need a Virgil Van Dyk at centre back. They need someone, but frankly a 2017 Bailly would be good enough, but they need a Sergio Busquets in the midfield if they want to win the Champion's League, and fullbacks who bring a lot more. There's a big difference between what United needs tomorrow, and what United needs to be world class There will be plenty of destinations other than Madrid in 18 months when De Gea can walk away on a free, he will have the world at his feet.
  8. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    Utd can't compete at the top until they get a 2nd world class midfielder, and maybe 2 fullbacks, and honestly there isn't any to be found in world football for love or money, even if United throw the piggy bank out there's nobody really available.
  9. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    The fact there isn't even a shitty "The Sun" link between United and a decent defender, even for summer transfer, makes you wonder if all of De Gea's efforts are even worth it. Like hopefully he doesn't want to leave this summer, if he wants to leave on a free in 2020 good on him he deserves the massive wages a free transfer will get him.
  10. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    City are not that much better relatively speaking than the United/Arsenal teams at the turn of the century, people forget just how stacked those teams were because there were far fewer big clubs competing for talent. City are better only in the sense that the on field standard has risen as money and professionalism ratcheted up, so in an absolute sense they are better, but not exactly the best standard overall compared to the continent.
  11. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    Definitely seems to be a massive must win the league silo mentality. Ofc they are in a brilliant position to do just that and statistically leading at Christmas makes it almost assuredly likely that they close it out, but the pressure is clearly ratcheting up massively on Liverpool, they HAVE to do it otherwise the entire project explodes. Liverpool will probably drop points to a side that isn't top 6 at some point, it's just likely, but Brighton doesn't seem more likely than any other opportunity
  12. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    FA Cup is extremely relevant in that it's a knockout football comp and it's supposed to be a measure of a team's ability to play knockout football. Especially in an era before the Champions League etc etc etc it was the avenue where you proved yourself in knockout football, and it remains extremely relevant in that sense under the idea that sides may still be a lot better at knockout football and turning up to a big game than they are at the 38 week grind. I wish there was a way for it to be taken more seriously because I like the philosophical idea of what knockout football represents. Also that the November internationals got the axe and there was a proper winter break instead. Unfortunately it exists in a football world where really players play an obnoxious amount of games that is basically unhealthy for them. The stories you hear about "this youth player was really good but he got injured because he playing two games a week is physically ridiculous for a developing body" is crazy. Being good at professional football is as much about being gifted the constitution and health work to not be injured while running a half marathon or more across a two game week as it is to being good.
  13. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    Like let's call a spade a spade, Klopp basically throws the FA cup every year and doesn't give the slightest shit, and Liverpool is the only club in the top 6 that does this. Probably a fair enough move but there's no other possible excuse, Klopp played maybe the best back 4 he had available but he didn't play close to the best side he could have
  14. Net deck a deck, go onto Duelingbook and draw into opening hands and play out turn 1s to play through the combos and read the cards and try to teach yourself to follow the rules and how all the rules changes actually work. The amount of actual rulings that have changed in that time has been pretty ridiculous, no summon Chaos Sorceror auto remove a monster for example, so there is a lot to catch up on.
  15. Barclays Premier League 2018/19

    Paying out an employment contract isn't necessarily legal in all cases. If that was true clubs could just pay out 4 years of a player's wages whenever in order to get a transfer. Realistically this never happens. The details of Poch's contract are something I would only trust when his agent leaks it to the Times or the Telegraph, as commonly happens, and not before. Until then Poch's 5 year expensive contract is a black box that can't be opened, and nobody can predict the contents