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  • Combat is trash and full of HP sponge bosses with no challenge other than patience. Story changes are standard wack Nomura-bait. I played about 6 hours before canning it. About as you expected, I imagine.
    I am good. Yeah I just lost interest in posting here. Not like the old days now. Life has gotten busy too with a little almost 2 year old taking up most of my time. :) How have you been?
    Hey mate. Thanks for the support.

    It wasn't (just) that whole saga. I'd been feeling like I'd been getting less and less value from the N&P sub in recent times and in truth probably not contributing as well as I'd like either. Given I don't follow cricket that closely atm I just thought a clean break from the site would be the least stressful way of detatching myself from some of the stuff going on.

    I'll may come back if I get bitten by the cricket bug again. I still have a lot of fondness for the game, just not a lot of time these days.
    i feel i should be bitter and sad about that test but honestly an injured laxman threatning to beat ohja over the head with a cricket bat was an atg moment and i wouldn't trade it for anything
    Also this team lose matches but rarely get smashed. Only Pune and Lord's come to mind. That team got dismantled by SL a few times, SA at Centurion/Nagpur/Ahmedabad, Australia at Melbourne etc.
    But they drew lots of matches, home and away, and seemed content to settle for draws while winning series by narrow margins. I prefer the current approach.

    Yes their batting was better. But Dravid was actually in ordinary form for a good period before his 2011 resurgence and Sehwag wasn't much better than the current openers outside Asia. Dhoni was pretty reliable in Tests everywhere upto 2011 or so, too early to say whether Pant can replicate that. I'd say the lack of runs and uncertainty over the keeper spot was a pretty big factor in the SA/England losses, looking back.
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