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Guys do you remember the TV-series Sabrina The Teenage Witch? It was a cute and silly little comedy series back i the nineties. I remember watching it a lot, and loving it. It was a nice, light little series.
Well, the new one has nothing to do with it. It's basically like every young adult fantasy series since Buffy. The original one, not Riverdale.
Am I getting too old? Why do they have to remake everything into retarded young adult/teenage drama bullshit?
"The Woman who Fell to Earth"
Looks like Doctor Who will now air on a SUNDAY rather than the usual Saturday, starting on October 7th on BBC One (UK). It will also air simultaneously on BBC America.
This might actually help, given that Saturday nights can often see it competing with many strong shows.
I've probably mentioned before that I really am the most boring gamer ever.
As a PC-exclusive gamer, I tend to play the same old games over and over again, but what are some of your favourite games that you keep coming back to?
Tomb Raider II
(If you've never done the above while playing TR2, then you've not played it properly 😛 )
Some of the old classics I keep coming back to that you may have encountered:
One of the first games I ever played. You basically fly around alien mines/tunnels and blow up robots (Such as the red claw thing above). Ultimate objective is to collect 3 keys to gain access to a reactor (Or boss bot), blow it up and escape before you yourself get blown up. Probably play this (And the sequel) annually ever since I first encountered it 25 years ago......
Ok this one is a little more recent, and he series probably needs no explanation. I win by science victory most times... I'm not adventurous enough to win any other way...
Going back in time again, I play Settlers 3 onwards fairly regularly. An age of empires-style building game, although slower paced, and more resource-focused. The later games are geared more more on battle/story, but are still good.
Star Trek: Online
There's actually quite a few good Star Trek games out there, but this one is still actively developed, and they've added quite a lot of great new content. Just last month they released a big update featuring a large number of DS9 actors. It's great to hear a lot of the cast again after so long - Especially since I just marathon'd DS9... 😃
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
The first time I played this (And the sequel), I was absolutely amazed at how good the story was. It's little dated now, but I still enjoy the story and making changes to the characters to keep things interest.
I admit I never got into the Star Wars: The Old Republic (The online incarnation).
What do you keep coming back to?
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