Ace Combat 4 - the perfect blend of sim graphics with shoot-em-up gameplay basically, ideal for those of us who watched Top Gun a few too many times as a kid. Loads of replay value due to not being able to unlock all the planes & difficulty levels on the first play-through too, the sequels were decent though added too many fiddly extra features that didn't really work and got bogged down with over-earnest plots so 4 remains the high-point of the series for me
Ah, me too. Incredibly they ended up doing 'End 2 End Burners' on Jo Whiley's awful TV show too
No-one going to slag this off so the Coldplay e-teaming zealots can turn up and flail at you ineffectively?
Though they do seem to have finally got over that whole 'find fixed machine gun then get rushed by loads of bad guys' thing
The new project from Owen Brinley (Grammatics/Stalking Horse) is pretty exciting too > https://www.facebook.com/departmentmband?ref=ts&fref=ts
I don't think Sony owned the rights to the song at the time or something? (Also why it wasn't on one of their singles re-issued in the 90s)
Gosh, this isn't epic, bantz OR legendary, mungo & binky totes lied to me
Who can't comprehend that one person's opinion in a review is somehow proof of DiS having some sort of editorial vendetta against the band
Witness all those £20 'special editions' in HMV
You lied to me! There is a Swansea!
At least, that's what they want you to think...
Oh wait, hang on...
"What is recited over garbled telephone lines before 'The Vague Archive', and who is doing the reciting?"
A message from a crazy stalker fan, apparently
Err, care to show us the bands next time?
Now you can grow it back just to spite me!
I wish he'd shave that bloody beard off
There was a lack of interest due to the somewhat steep £23 ticket price...
The RZA in York? That's going to be a surreal treat all on it's own...