Hi! My name is Paul and I currently reside in Glasgow, Scotland.
I've been an avid gamer for well over ten years now, starting on a second-hand PS1 when I was around 11 years old. Since then, my gaming collection has grown to include a PS2, PS3, Wii, GBA, DS, 3DS, Wii U and a gaming PC.
When I'm not playing video games, I'm either studying electrical engineering at Strathclyde University, recording music for my YouTube channel ("songsfrompaul") or watching (and occasionally reviewing) Disney movies.
All bases are universal, except for the Xbox 360 version. Apparently there’s something in the licensing agreement that means that 360 accessories are only allowed to function with that console. It’s weird.
Obviously, that would be silly. I’m just saying that the last time Polygon tried to get all mathsy and extrapolate numbers to predict game sales, it was rather disastrous.
Unfortunately, with only 6 million Xbox One’s sold, Rise of The Tomb Raider is likely to be the worst-selling title in the franchise’s history.
Playing a friendly match against my brother, I managed to get a 4-Leeroy combo together using something similar. I didn’t have the second copy of Ancestral Spirit to do the whole thing.
As the article says, the chances of actually pulling it off are pretty low. Keeping Baron Rivendare alive for even one turn in the late-game relies on your opponent having very few options, and spawning five Leeroys requires you to have almost no minions (other than Rivendare) on your side. If you want instant-kill Leeroy shenanigans, you’re still better off with Miracle Rogue.
I saw Guardians of the Galaxy yesterday (it launched a day early in the UK) and it’s probably my new favourite Marvel movie (after The Winter Soldier had already earned that achievement earlier in the summer). It’s the most fun I’ve had at the cinema since… well, probably The Avengers. GO SEE IT.
I’m glad it’s only a 4-hour downloadable title, because Platinum must have only had a year to work on it if it’s supposed to bridge the two most recent seasons of the show. Given their pedigree, I can’t see this going wrong!
At least the first Disney Infinity had The Lone Ranger and Cars sets – franchises that I had zero interest buying into. All the Marvel figures look fantastic and the new Disney characters are really well chosen. My wallet will be very sad.