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  1. "If life is a radio, turn up to 10" ....or better still.... 11!
  2. Yeah, I'm really looking forward to it as well. I loved the 'House of Gold & Bones' albums.
  3. I will eventually, yeah, but like I say, I need to play the Wii U one first. That's why I think it's doubtful they'll bring X over to the Switch, Xenoblade 2 is due out later this year anyway. It seems a no brainer for them to do Wii U ports to fill out the Switch library of games but I can also understand if they don't want to overload it with Wii U titles, especially as it sold so poorly. They probably want to distance themselves from it. The thing with Bayonetta 2 is it's a pretty niche game so it would depend on whether they think it would sell enough copies to bother. Loved the first Bayonetta.
  4. I'll probably get a Wii U if I can find a bargain, I did the same with the Wii and PS3 last gen, got them towards the end of their lifespan just for the exclusives I wanted to play and managed to pick them up pretty cheap (I'd had a 360 all last gen). I got the PS3 mainly for The Last of Us. It'll be annoying if I do the same with the Wii U and then the games I mentioned come to the Switch though. I really NEED to play Bayonetta 2, Xenoblade and the new Zelda.
  5. I'm trying to think of an American movie that's comparable to Trainspotting and I'm struggling tbh. It's VERY British. I'm not surprised if it doesn't really translate that well across the pond. Imagine them trying to get their heads around the jock accents.... especially Spud?
  6. Made me laugh for some reason. Best one for me wasn't while going about my everday life exactly but me and my Dad were down London to see The Stones back in '99, we went into a small, sort of backstreet McDonalds and we sit down at a table, only us in there and in walks Dave Gilmour with a couple of young kids. I noticed straight away and was mouthing to my Dad "Dave Gilmour" and nodding my head towards him. My Dad looks over and is like "yeah, it is". So he orders their food and sits down a couple of tables over and we're just sat there silent, munching away, neither of us dared go over and bother him. Was the weirdest Big Mac and fries I've ever had.
  7. Really like that. Quality tune.
  8. I would love to see it back. One of Axl's best songs.