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  1. Correct, Realms are paid, servers are not. I haven’t tried the bedrock (console/win10 edition) server program, but the Java edition (original PC) was pretty simple to set up in the past.
  2. 2008 My personal pick would be Dead Space Some other notable releases Gears of War 2 Lost Odyssey Lost Planet FFVII Crisis Core Battlefield Bad Company Fable II Far Cry 2 Left 4 Dead
  3. There is server hosting available for bedrock edition, however it isn't available for the switch due to "console restrictions". Well not without some tweaking https://www.reddit.com/r/NintendoSwitch/comments/cgzwcl/guide_to_minecraft_bedrock_dedicated_server_for/
  4. I never had a problem with 2. I enjoyed as much as the first, but iirc EA stuck there noses too deep into DS3s development and pushed the game in a horrible direction.
  5. Interesting. I found A Hat in Time to be an absolute blast while Yooka-Laylee to be an absolute bore. I didn't even get more than an hour or 2 in before I'd completely lost interest.
  6. Working night shift + coronavirus means that pretty much everything is closed while I’m awake. I’d take almost any local food at this point.
  7. Pretty much anything is better than Pineapple.
  8. Control Metro Exodus Star Wars Battlefront 2 Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Ori and the Will of the Wisps The Messenger Doom Eternal Resident Evil 3 Final Fantasy VII Remake Wolfenstein: The New Order Super Meat Boy Titanfall 2 Gravity Rush Remastered Halo 2 Anniversary The Last of Us Part II Momodora III - Cute and short little metroidvania/platformer, not sure its really worth playing. I'd highly recommend just playing RutM and Minoria Minoria - Sequel game to Momodora series. Love the parry system the game introduces, dislike that the fastest way to move around is by spamming dodge. Still prefer Momodora RutM, but if you liked that you'll like this. Gunfire Revolt - Beat all the bosses on Elite. Really excited to see where this game goes when it gets out of early access. Its a super fun roguelite shooter, never though I'd actually give a positive feedback to a roguelite.
  9. Middle Earth Halo AC That would be my priority anyways.
  10. I'd probably go more towards entry level hobbyists rather than lazy. I had this conundrum years ago when I was trying to get into landscape astrophotography and buy a decent bike to ride to work everyday. I had about a $500 limit for a decent bike and my biking coworker urged me to spend more and that I would get so much more return from the bike. I'm glad I didn't because the bike I bought was exactly what I needed to be. My photography coworker was much more level headed about it. He gave me an entry level body to shop for with a handful of lenses. Said if this becomes a much more serious you can always spend more after the fact, but people get pushed away when you throw a lot at them. Start small and get bigger. I never bought another body, I did pick up some more expensive lenses, but thats about as far as the hobby has gone.
  11. Can vouch for the Philips SHP9500S. Used them for a good year or 2 before picking up some DT990 Pros. Fantastic headphones.
  12. My eating habit are usually the 2 bad meals a day with a ton of snacks inbetween. I would prefer the smaller meals throughout the day with maybe one larger meal for dinner.
  13. The closest I can come to is my friends buying Crackdown for the Halo 3 beta invite. My allowance wasn't high enough for me to pull something like that so I just played the beta at their house. If Humble Bundle counts, then yeah I have some unredeemed games that will never get redeemed
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