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    • Games Spot Reviews: Everything Review

      Imagine taking a philosophy class where a brilliant, engaging, charismatic professor opens your mind and helps you see the world like you never have before who also pauses every few minutes to play a Frank Zappa album. That should give you a rough idea of what it's like to play Everything. It's a game that manages to convey profound beauty and a sense of one's place in the universe that's periodically undercut by a compulsive need to interject a sense of twee and abstract randomness. It's hard to tell how seriously you're supposed to take it all.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Malicious Fallen Review

      Malicious Fallen may not be developed by Platinum Games, but it sure does look the part. This may have something to do with the fact that developer Alvion supported Platinum Games during the development of such titles as Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Bayonetta 2, and Anarchy Reigns to name a few.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

      After the first few hours of Mass Effect: Andromeda, I was discouraged--maybe even a little distraught. Within that short span of time, I'd already encountered unconvincing animations, bog standard missions, clunky user interface, stilted dialogue--basically every red flag you hope to avoid when approaching a lengthy shooter-RPG powered equally by action and story.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Shovel Knight: Specter Of Torment Review

      Shovel Knight is defined by its likeness to games from the era of 8-bit consoles. It takes inspiration from games like Mega Man and Ducktales not only in its pixel- and pitch-perfect audiovisual aesthetic, but also in its mechanics--Shovel Knight is a resolutely unforgiving 2D platformer.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Styx: Shards Of Darkness Review

      As you sit atop a wooden beam observing patrol patterns, you plot a series of moves: fire a bolt at the overseeing guard right when another walks into your acid trap, swoop in to snatch the loot and run off before anyone else notices. If it doesn’t go according to plan, you’ll cloak, hide in a closet, and slip out as the investigating party turns its backs to your exit. Styx: Shards of Darkness attempts to deliver such thrills, and at times it succeeds. However, these moments are sparse since you’re rarely put in a position where cunning is required.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Fast RMX Review

      Since both Nintendo and Sony seem intent on not continuing their line of revered hovercraft racers (F-Zero and WipeOut), it’s good to know other developers are happy to pick up the slack. Witness Fast RMX, a digital-only launch title for the Switch, that fills this niche nicely. Astute racings fans may recognize this as the semi-sequel to the excellent if boringly named Wii U racer, Fast Racing Neo (itself the sequel to the Wii game, Fast Racing).

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

      Ghost Recon: Wildlands is a squad based Tom Clancy game that plays by the numbers. It stays true to the series' Rainbow Six-inspired roots, emulating the cold and calculated nature of organized infiltration and coordinated stealth kills. Whether you're syncing shots with friends or an AI companion, there's gratification in taking down targets efficiently. Unfortunately, the adherence to this specific kind of gameplay gets lost and diluted in Wildlands’ vast expanse of Bolivia.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Snipperclips Review

      As a Switch launch title, Snipperclips does little to sell the unique features of Nintendo's new console. Playing the game on the go isn't ideal, since the Switch's small screen and the bumpy nature of playing it in cars (or buses, trains, or planes) derails some of the accuracy needed to complete its puzzles. The game also doesn’t make use of the Joy-Cons' advanced haptic capabilities, meaning there's no real benefit to playing with the minuscule controllers--even though you're forced to do so.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

      Dungeons & Dragons has a long, storied history in gaming. The classic pen and paper game has had several successful digital counterparts,and its approach to role playing has influenced and been repackaged as everything from Final Fantasy to Skyrim. If you’re only familiar with modern role-playing games, you could be forgiven for assuming that they’re all about crafting and loot, leveling and growing stronger. In truth, D&D’s many progeny have simply sidestepped what makes role-playing games one of the most powerful, affecting genres.

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    • Games Spot Reviews: Loot Rascals Review

      The opening cutscene of Loot Rascals, largely narrated by a teapot-headed British spaceman, establishes the game’s strange tone well. Instead of arriving at a holiday-resort planet to restore a medical unit's antenna as intended, you crash on an alien moon and find yourself battling against the game’s eponymous “rascals” that have stolen the medical unit. To get it back, you’ll need to trek through five randomly generated levels, battling or avoiding the moon’s many aggressors.

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    • Drain cover missing. Drain is quite deep and lots of children here, 28th March
      There are lots of small children here and someone will get hurt.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Hemlock Close, Stoke Mandeville
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    • Very worn tarmac along Daswood Avenue with several potholes in a relatively short length of the road's surface., 28th March
      Potholes have gotten worse along this road from opposite Gallows Lane, up past the bus stop to where the vehicle garage is at the top of the height. It's become very difficult to avoid the potholes as one needs to swerve out into oncoming traffic or stop unexpectedly until it's safe to avoid the pothole without hitting it. The bad surface is widespread across the road in both lanes.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 192 Dashwood Avenue, High Wycombe
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    • Pothole, 28th March
      Pothole on handy cross flyover northbound right hand lane
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): M40, High Wycombe
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    • Collapsed Drain (Repeated problem), 28th March
      This drain collapse is a repeating problem - I first reported it on January 14th when I sustained £400 + damage to my new vehicle. Highways had repaired the damage as detailed in a letter to me refuting my damage claim. These pictures were taken again on 27/3/2017 the drain has collapsed, also the previous one adjacent to Rostrever gardens.

      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Church Road, Iver Heath
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    • Farnham Lane, Farnham Royal, opposite Long Readings, oblong patch's north-west corner has disintergrated creating dangerous motorcyclists pothole, 28th March
      Another example of Bucks CC's unwillingness to repair the roads properly. Farnham Lane, Farnham Royal, east bound, oblong trench has been poorly repaired and now a corner of that repair has disintegrated created a pothole. Would be nice if Bucks CC did the repair properly the first time..
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Farnham Lane, Farnham Royal
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    • St Mary's Road, South Bucks, two large potholes by canal bridge, 27th March
      More ignored potholes at the southern end of St Mary's Road. Bucks County Council does not properly inspect the roads and keeps ignoring the many "invisible" potholes which are dangerous for motorcyclists and damage car suspensions. It is a pretty bad advertisement for a Tory council which privatised its highways repairs and now it can not afford the very expensive "service" allegedly provided by its USA owned contractor. Would be a lot cheaper to get some eastern Europeans in to do the work better and more quickly. Bucks roads are dangerous because of the council's deliberate neglect.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): St Mary's Road, Slough
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    • Large potholes, 27th March
      In Slade oak lane there are several bad spots between the M25 bridge and Higher Denham in particular in the first part near Higher Denham and also just before one gets to the M25 bridge. It does not take a brain surgeon to spot them they are the really bad ones. I still cannot understand why the whole road was marked up to repair all the holes months ago but then nothing happened and the white paint marking the holes dissappeared with the weather
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Slade Oak Lane, Uxbridge
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    • 5 potholes, 27th March
      5 potholes between house called "Woodmans Nap" and single gate entrance to field, on Piddington Lane. 3 are illustrated above in photos.

      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 12 Piddington Lane, Piddington
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    • Street light currently not working, 27th March
      Street light not working for couple of days.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 50 Sharps Close, Waddesdon
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    • Huge pot hole in road and several others along the street., 26th March
      This pot hole and the others have been here for several months now and getting bigger and deeper.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 24 Bonnersfield, Long Crendon
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    • Many potholes and condition of road is very bad, 26th March
      There are lots of potholes and parts of the road missing. I cycle up here and have already fallen off once due to the poor condition of this road
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 161 Cherry Tree Road, Beaconsfield
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    • Street light bulb has gone, 26th March
      The light stopped working about 3 months ago and now at night it is very dark when walking by as other street lamps are far away.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 183 Cherry Tree Road, Beaconsfield
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    • Loose drain cover, 26th March
      A drain/man whole cover has come loose and is very loud when a vehicle drives over it.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 47 Oxford Road, High Wycombe
      Report on FixMyStreet
    • Unnecessarily disruptive roadworks, 26th March
      The roadworks outside the Holiday Inn are unnecessarily disruptive. The traffic could easily flow freely if the temporary traffic lights were programmed properly. In fact, the road is wide enough for cars to flow in both directions even whilst the works are going on. A great many people are being highly inconvenienced by this shambles. Please can somebody get into the site foreman and get him to set up a more sensible arrangement.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Aston Clinton Road, Aston Clinton
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    • Loads of potholes, 26th March
      Probably caused by all those big heavy Arla lorries. Carries on all the way down the road past the entrance to the dump.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): College Road North, Aston Clinton
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    • Road damage, 26th March
      A big, sharp pothole at the base of the dip in the road. Another one the other side makes it hard to avoid.
      Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Chiltern
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