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The Long Dark by Caroline Goodwater - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:14:25 EST ID:im2lg+g1 No.14406 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://hinterlandgames.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Long_Dark

Well this looks survivally as all fuck.
Wind chill, day/night cycle, and scenery porn.
Has anyone checked this out?
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Augustus Hezzlewire - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 11:42:40 EST ID:4toHPZ7s No.14407 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14406
its an awesome game. go play it!
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Albert Muzzleson - Fri, 12 Aug 2016 22:30:25 EST ID:rmAeL3ij No.14409 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can't attack wolves with a hatchet. Stupid.
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Hedda Mibbersidging - Fri, 19 Aug 2016 10:41:46 EST ID:6Yq0XhDM No.14410 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14409
You can shoot them with a flare gun.

Hunted mode is pretty tense, you get stalked by a bear who seems to be part Terminator and part Slenderman.
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Esther Cellydud - Wed, 31 Aug 2016 02:31:29 EST ID:7099uN5X No.14414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just went through my first play-through today and holy flying fuck is this the most realistic survival game I've ever played.

Day 1: Woke up beside my partner, he didn't survive the night. Recover some antibiotics and his knife. Followed the right-side path, eventually stumbling upon a lake side cabin, finding some food stores inside, bed-rolls, and ammo. Continue traveling along the lake until I find a camping center. Find more food, a fishing tackle, ammo, and instructive book on dress/skinning techniques.

Day 2: Discover that the lake is full of fishing shacks and cabins; loot some of them for more food, a fishing manual/tackle, and more ammo... all this ammo but no sign of a rifle, shame.

Day 4: Food stores are getting low, decide to explore. Follow some train-tracks to some wrecked cars, find some ammo and a hatchet, but alas no food. The winds pick up forcing me back to the center to recover. I still need food so I head towards a fishing shack, break the Ice, light a fire, and try my luck. I catch a couple fish but while I was fishing the fire went out without me noticing, and a blizzard has reduced viability to almost zero. Freezing and disoriented, I am luckily able to find my way back to the center. At least the fish will hold me over for tonight.

Day 6: Made my first real mistake. Fishing provides barley enough meat to survive, if something goes wrong I will starve. Decide to fish for as long as I can. Stopping two hours before sunset was not enough time to get back. Not wanting to waste a flare. I am forced to put down a bed-roll and make camp in the fishing shack, barley surviving the cold.

Day 7: I make a decision, I can barley survive on fish or I can try and find a rifle somewhere. I can't make a bow without animal resources, and there are no carcases to scavenge, so I decide to follow the train-tracks for as long as I can. I encounter a wolf who begins stalking me. I am forced off the tracks and into a clear-cut. The wolf begins to get unsettlingly close and I resort to using my flare to ward it off. I find myself by a lumber-camp. I explore the trailers and find enough food to last the day, two flares and some more ammo, but alas no rifle.

Day 8: Leave the camp to explore the rest of the clear cut. Round a hill I spy a fire-watch cabin, but can't see any means passed the sheer cliffs it's perched upon. Making my way round the cliffs I'm attacked by a wolf, luckily I have bandages and antibiotics to patch myself up. I eventually find a way to the cabin, which is dismally barren. I find only a single granola bar, and most frustratingly, an empty gun rack.

Day 9: I have no food. I make my way through a valley round the cliffs, but there is nothing. I see crows circling overhead and decide to investigate. I find a deer carcass, and am able to extract some meat, hide and innards. it is late in the day, and I am exhausted, I am forced to use an emergency-stim to get back to the cabin. I barley make it into the bed, and am forced to consume my freshly acquired meat.

Day 10: This cabin is a horrible base, It is isolated and takes excessive amounts of energy to leave and return. I once again have no food so decide to head for the tracks. I get to them and make a judgment call. Instead of making for the camping-center, knowing I will not have enough time to acquire food that day, I follow the tracks in the opposite direction hoping to find a more immediate food source. Just as I'm thinking of turning back I come across a damn.

The damn has a nice cache of food and building materials, but I cannot find any place to rest, and I now remember that I forgot my bed-roll in the fishing-shack. I have no choice but to continue exploring the complex. It proves to be extensive, and I am forced to use some discovered coffee to keep me going. I am no longer starving, but I can barley move due to fatigue. I go through a door which leads me to an outdoor area across the river-valley. The door locks behind me. I am now stuck outside with only a few hours left in the day. I have no choice but to make my way down the valley in hopes of crossing back to the dam entrance.

Day 11: I've made it to the river, but it's the middle of the night and I'm fast becoming hypothermic. I hear multiple wolves howling around me, only kept at bay by my last flare. I use my remaining wood to light a meager fire, it barley lasts an hour. With what little warmth I have left in my body, I try to find an exit, but cannot find a way out of the valley. I eventually find a small overhang of rock, and resolve to wait out the remaining hours until day.

I die from exposure just two hours from dawn, my last thought is that I should have chosen the fish.
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Hannah Pabblesodge - Sat, 17 Sep 2016 04:00:06 EST ID:n0cUcHNw No.14424 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Eternal Winter is another nuclear winter game, this time with a team of sled dogs you manage.
http://www.surviveaneternalwinter.com/
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Angus Simmerfit - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 09:01:31 EST ID:+sp1plIE No.14425 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>14424
Having to manage supposedly sapient NPCs is hard enough, but a pack of fucktarded derphounds? No thanks.
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Beatrice Murdham - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 10:43:11 EST ID:Mph9lwKg No.14442 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Interloper mode is out. It's pretty much nightmare mode, where nature actively tries to kill you, like a body attacking a germ.
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Rebecca Goodgold - Sat, 01 Apr 2017 13:22:01 EST ID:jmDpCjIC No.14554 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'm watching Bluedrake42 play Escape From Tarkov, another STALKER spiritual successor. Looks good, very realistic FPS, very tense multiplayer stealth, paranoia and looting.


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