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Just had a quick online play of COD WWII and played the London level. Got me thinking have there ever been any games set in Scotland?
There's a level on Uncharted 4 set in Scotland. it's a fictional castle though.

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There was a CnC type game called Highland Warriors.

Also the original GTA had areas named after parts of Dundee.

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The newest Forza Horizon will be set in Britain. 

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Picked up Star Wars Battlefront II on one of the PSN sales recently.  Enjoying it more than the first one.  The campaign is pretty enjoyable so far.  Certainly worth the £15  or whatever it was I paid for it.  

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On 29/08/2018 at 09:01, KnightswoodBear said:

Picked up Star Wars Battlefront II on one of the PSN sales recently.  Enjoying it more than the first one.  The campaign is pretty enjoyable so far.  Certainly worth the £15  or whatever it was I paid for it.  

The winter updates look good, id advise playing strike a lot first before galactic assault to get usex to the whole objective thing, tbh strike is the best mode, no hero spamming, starfighter assault is next best

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Started playing Rayman Legends (one of the free ps plus games a few months ago) and absolutely loving it. Always thought Rayman games were for kids but bloody hell they'd struggle with the majority of levels in the game!

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On 05/08/2018 at 15:56, Miguel Sanchez said:

Just had a nice race on Gran Turismo Sport against someone named possilproddy whose introduction in the chat was the Billy Boys

Charming

 

On 28/08/2018 at 18:48, The Grass Is Greener. said:

Modern Warfare 2 has just been made backwards compatible on Xbox 1.

So has Gran Turismo Sport, apparently. 

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14 hours ago, spud131 said:

Started playing Rayman Legends (one of the free ps plus games a few months ago) and absolutely loving it. Always thought Rayman games were for kids but bloody hell they'd struggle with the majority of levels in the game!

They're absolutely marvellous if you like that type of game.  Very well put together.

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Gutted to see Telltale Games shutting down. I think most people had gotten sick of their formula but i still bought and enjoyed nearly all of their games.

Episode 2 of the last season of the walking dead was due out next week but looks like the final two episodes after it may never come out. Only a skeleton crew left now and it appears unconfirmed whether they’re there to finish The Walking Dead or the Minecraft game they were making for Netflix.

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So after finally building up an office that actually has space rather than a room everything gets chucked into, I've bought the components to build a desktop.  It's not going to be top of the line, but it'll be enough to play most games out there in at least a good way, if not fantastic.

So, having been largely away from PC Gaming for ages, and already having a PS4 with a lot of the main titles on, what should I be looking to experience on Steam?  Preferably something that is close to PC-only, or at least has something you can't get anywhere else, like particular mods.  Not against picking up a game that I've already got on PS4 if it offers me something different (I've had to stop myself buying the Witcher just to see how good it looks) but definitely erring on the side of not buying huge, sprawling open world games given I'm unlikely going to be able to spend hours and hours on them.  Something I can dip in and out of would be good.

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12 hours ago, forameus said:

So after finally building up an office that actually has space rather than a room everything gets chucked into, I've bought the components to build a desktop.  It's not going to be top of the line, but it'll be enough to play most games out there in at least a good way, if not fantastic.

So, having been largely away from PC Gaming for ages, and already having a PS4 with a lot of the main titles on, what should I be looking to experience on Steam?  Preferably something that is close to PC-only, or at least has something you can't get anywhere else, like particular mods.  Not against picking up a game that I've already got on PS4 if it offers me something different (I've had to stop myself buying the Witcher just to see how good it looks) but definitely erring on the side of not buying huge, sprawling open world games given I'm unlikely going to be able to spend hours and hours on them.  Something I can dip in and out of would be good.

Skyrim and Fallout are the obvious ones for mods but you've already said no to them! There are some decent mods for Witcher too which totally changed the game for me.

Alien Isolation has a couple of graphic mods but, I think, they are more designed for high end machines.

The Telltale games are definitely worth picking up, especially considering the post above yours :( 

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On 21/09/2018 at 23:55, Rodhull said:

Gutted to see Telltale Games shutting down. I think most people had gotten sick of their formula but i still bought and enjoyed nearly all of their games.

Episode 2 of the last season of the walking dead was due out next week but looks like the final two episodes after it may never come out. Only a skeleton crew left now and it appears unconfirmed whether they’re there to finish The Walking Dead or the Minecraft game they were making for Netflix.

That truly is gutting. The first WD game was an absolute masterpiece. I've been playing the more recent one and it hasnt really gripped me, if Im honest, but I definitely wanted to see the story through

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That truly is gutting. The first WD game was an absolute masterpiece. I've been playing the more recent one and it hasnt really gripped me, if Im honest, but I definitely wanted to see the story through
Take it you know that Telltale are shutting down and that episode 2 of the current series (4) will be the last episode despite them having planned 4 episodes in this series.

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2 minutes ago, spud131 said:
3 hours ago, Mr X said:
That truly is gutting. The first WD game was an absolute masterpiece. I've been playing the more recent one and it hasnt really gripped me, if Im honest, but I definitely wanted to see the story through

Take it you know that Telltale are shutting down and that episode 2 of the current series (4) will be the last episode despite them having planned 4 episodes in this series.

I replied to a post saying Telltale are shutting down ;)

Seems like they are touting the WD series around to 3rd party developers to get it finished though, whilst screwing over their ex-employees :angry:

Read a couple of articles about Telltale this morning, a lot of which didnt make pretty reading.

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