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- Wed, 20 Feb 2019 14:35:30 EST FL0qkv/Z No.732168
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Last thread was obviously wiped, time to stop living in 2018 and post what you're playing in 2019.
Just beat Yakuza 6 last night, and still going through Hitman
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Claude - Wed, 20 Feb 2019 14:41:38 EST JnCi6abM No.732169 Reply
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This game is so fucking runnable. With RE7, I got bored after 2 runs and didn't even bother with the Not a Hero and Joe Baker DLCs. It's not as good as RE3 or the original RE2 but it's definitely on par with RE4.
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Shy Guy - Wed, 20 Feb 2019 15:22:25 EST VUQw5N0B No.732170 Reply
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The challenge was to dump all 4 targets in Colorado into the sludge pit by the barn. So I thought instead of taking out each one and having to stealthily drag their bodies to the pit, or even luring each one to the pit then taking them out, I would just try to kill all the NPCs in the level leaving the four targets, then take them out, then in broad daylight dragging their terrorist asses to the pit because there's no NPCs in my way. Pretty sure I killed everyone possible in the level. It got so bad I had to abandon my spot because I was dropping framerate.
I'm also replaying Hollow Knight after the Silksong announcement got me all hyped
AND i'm playing Shovel Knight Spectre of Torment after beating the main game. Finally beat the boss run at the end. Spectre of Torment is pretty fun but i'm a little disappointed in the reuse of bosses. They use different moves and abilities but I was wanting to see some new faces on the roster
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Hugh Darrow - Wed, 20 Feb 2019 19:24:38 EST IMq1LVU/ No.732176 Reply
>>732170
I been replaying Hollow Knight. Trying to get all the achievements. I've got 100% completion on Steel soul mode, wasn't actually that hard. But I'm stuck on the last achievement I need, the Pantheon ending. You have to do a boss rush, kill every single boss in the game in a row and then a final super hard boss. There's 43 bosses, each run takes an hour. What the fuck.
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Cody - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 05:57:13 EST UcENjjuY No.732249 Reply
>>732176
I really don't get the hype for this game, it's just so boring and needlessly obtuse.
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Boo - Thu, 21 Feb 2019 22:31:56 EST YShfzgns No.732288 Reply
>>732249
It's kind of slow paced until you start unlocking traversal upgrades, but that only takes like an hour or two. Dunno what you mean by obtuse though, it's a pretty straightforward Metroidvania. The lore is intentionally vague, but like Dark Souls, you can just ignore it.
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King K. Rool - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 00:11:51 EST 6E4XLFVn No.732293 Reply
>>732249
I just came back to it after playing it for 2 hours and feeling the same way. It gets much better with time, and you get tools that make the world easier to manage
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honk - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 12:05:46 EST hRfsG87y No.732337 Reply
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>>732249
It's charming, but I agree, the first hour or so is definitely a slog. I also find it impossible to get back into once I've stopped playing for a long period of time. I need like another hour just to figure out where everything is, but that could be because I'm bad at metroidvanias.


>>732169
S stands for Sick! I was playing it last night and was thinking about just how much I'd rather have a RE4 remake with the new engine instead of RE3. As well polished as the RE2make is, I don't think it's overall that great of a game and I can't really put my finger on why exactly. I think it's something about the scale, like the levels are too small for how much game they're trying to jam into them if that makes any sense.
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Soma Cruz - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 16:03:48 EST FnQhUnkm No.732344 Reply
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>>732337
I agree with you on RE2. I think it has something to do with the rushed feeling scenario layout of the game or something like that, but I'm just speculating.


On topic: I guess I'm just playing more gungeon today until I beat the damn bullet and robot's past. I have an immense backlog but I never can decide what to play.
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Soma Cruz - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 16:58:39 EST JnCi6abM No.732346 Reply
>>732337
>like the levels are too small for how much game they're trying to jam into them if that makes any sense.

Not really. Capcom completely nailed recursive level design with backtracking that doesn't feel like you're retreading old ground despite going through the same areas multiple times. Like the originals, it's designed to be a relatively short game that takes 2x-3x as long the first few times you play it as you begin to understand the objectives, map routing, and what key items and resources you'll need and in what order you'll need them in. Not only did Capcom recapture this from the original but they also improved and modernized it in a triumphant way. From a pure gameplay and level-design standpoint, this is exactly what an RE2 Remake needed to be.
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Nick Havoc Parker - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 18:05:38 EST 7WThRyHM No.732349 Reply
Got sunless sea very cheap in the sale. I mean zale. Currently trying to decide whether to "win" and retire or to fulfill the merchant's request for a permanent pages boost. I'm only a couple of objectives shy of getting my father's bones now and I've started getting good at making money and blowing up monstrous zee life.
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Rash - Fri, 22 Feb 2019 19:23:46 EST JnCi6abM No.732352 Reply
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Finally got S+ with Leon. I actually had a very bad time in the sewers with the G-Embryos. Ironically, I coasted past them at first and got all the way to the lab pretty swimmingly but then hesitated when the Lab Lickers popped out a little too long and got proper fucked. Went back to my first save I made when I arrived at the Monitoring Room and got wrecked by bad RNG over and over trying to get out of the Bottom Waterway.

Crazy that my Claire and Leon As are both within 4 seconds of each other though.
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Tron Bonne - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 00:37:29 EST IdEg9hi0 No.732375 Reply
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Playing Battlezone, the old wireframe version. Was fun for about an hour.
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Ridley - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 07:33:05 EST OyMZsSMK No.732386 Reply
>>732346

What this guy said.

I don't think a single moment in resident evil four came close to having the atmosphere RE2 had. Honestly don't really care for the second half of resident evil four anyway
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Sly Cooper - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 14:14:25 EST WK70lQyn No.732394 Reply
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Beat Crackdown 3. Had some fun with it, but goddamn what a disappointment after all these years. The main thing that made Crackdown 1 so fun to play was that Pacific City felt like a real, lived-in, if somewhat exaggerated, city, which made it fun to run around blowing shit up and jumping on top of five-story buildings to collect agility orbs. The new city just feels like a giant jungle gym made for the player and isn't believable at all, and the boring, samey, Ubisoft-style objectives scattered around don't help either. The story is just dumb and constantly gets in the way of the gameplay, too.

Wouldn't recommend unless you LOVED Crackdown 1 and just want more of the same.
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Simon Albert - Sat, 23 Feb 2019 17:32:28 EST IMq1LVU/ No.732399 Reply
>>732249
It can be boring if you get stuck in some of the first bits. Without the mobility upgrades and with minimal directions and maps, it's pretty easy to get stuck bouncing around optional areas without a clue where to go next. The first time I played it I also put it down after two hours of that. But man am I glad I came back to it.

I think what makes it so enjoyable for me is the combat, never got bored of it. Specifically the Colosseum of fools, it makes you master so many crazy combat moves. Like making the floor lava and having you kill enemies for a bit while always remaining airborne using wall jumps and double jump if you have it.
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Four - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 00:37:35 EST gsvxpxbR No.732420 Reply
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>Animal Crossing

I wasn't actually sure of what the game was about before i bought it. Didn't really know what i was supposed to do in the game. First time i jammed it in my DS, i ran around the Village for a bit before i gave up on it. Didn't realize the game is meant to be played at your own pace, just keep coming back for it every now and then, at least that what i think it is im still not sure. Even if it wasn't, i kinda enjoy this pace. I have my DS next to my bed all the time so i check on the town before i go to sleep and when i woke up. I thought Animal Crossing was Nintendo's take on the Farming Simulator genre but im just chilling here with my neighbors and try to make the most money out of my Turnips. Its a nice game but it throws me off a bit cause i've been so used to just playing the game from start to finish as quick as i can. I dont think this game has an ending.
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Ashley Graham - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 09:52:47 EST uo28BM46 No.732430 Reply
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>>732420
All Animal Crossings are basically the same. Theres an end goal (paying off your debt and getting the biggest house, completing the museum, getting the best home ranking, do all of the holiday events) but its more about the getting there at your own pace. IMO if you try to rush animal crossing you're gonna have a bad time. Its more of a game to play for like an hour a day. I like the first animal crossing the best, but thats mainly for the tunes.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=dIWlztcYiJg
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=6bWilabrMFw
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tF5sm6TBXhg
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Col. John Blade - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 01:57:00 EST 8Gf56vEE No.732491 Reply
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Getting obsessive about Kerbal after probably 3 years of not touching it. As my dear grandfather used to say to me in the golden days of my youth... "its good"
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Dr. Eggman - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 02:36:31 EST rYW5DxZx No.732495 Reply
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Booting up Dark Souls 2 because as of Saturday, it's the return to Drangleic event. Pretty excited to play the game with an active playerbase, every time I've played it in the past it was offline. Think I'm gonna play as a Pyro Ninja this time around, never done that before.
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Boo - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 07:40:46 EST A1zZaANe No.732506 Reply
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>Dragon Quest 11: Draconian Mode

I started Act III about a week ago after finishing Resident Evil 2. I still miss the Mordegon timeline party. For me, personally, the game did a really good job at building a bond with each of the party members during Timeline A. Now I have 100 hours clocked in. Dicking around with a bunch of post game content. There's so much shit to do after Act II.

Pic related: I found this screenshot of someone comparing DQ11 to FFXV. I love it.
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Thunder Hawk - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 11:46:15 EST UcENjjuY No.732517 Reply
>>732506
>Kino

wtf is language anymore, how the hell did the German word for cinema end up as chanspeak to express something good
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Kyle Hyde - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 20:09:07 EST Hh+Pi+x+ No.732530 Reply
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Remastered Arkham City. Finally got around to it. Didn't play it before. Definitely enjoying it.
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Ares Enduwa - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 23:14:17 EST JnCi6abM No.732540 Reply
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Felt the need to boot up this old classic after playing through the REmake almost two dozen times. I still think it holds up to the remake better than the original Resident Evil holds up to the original REmake.
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Cait Sith - Mon, 25 Feb 2019 23:24:56 EST Gbx4cP4S No.732541 Reply
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The Magic Circle

It's kinda like The Stanley Parable?
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Cait Sith - Tue, 26 Feb 2019 08:05:30 EST Gbx4cP4S No.732564 Reply
>>732543
One of the characters certainly is.

I didn't take many pictures and I don't want to spoil anything, if you liked TSP you'd probably like this, there's open ended puzzles and lots of secrets to find, it's not quite so linear as TSP and there is some gameplay here. I think it works for what it's trying to do / be.
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Dylan Morton - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 15:17:13 EST xH3Qk3i8 No.732656 Reply
>Overwatch releases a new hero
>Baptiste
B: "I'm a soldier with a dark past who can also do AoE healing..."
76: "Hey, I'm already a soldier with a dark past and AoE healing!"
B: "Then I'm a BLACK GUYYYYY."
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Felicia - Wed, 27 Feb 2019 22:10:25 EST JnCi6abM No.732681 Reply
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So Skyrim's transitioning into 2019 nicely. I love how modded Classic Edition Skyrim looks like it's a whole generation ahead of Fallout 76. Now I'm just waiting on Carved Brink to finally get released so I can actually start playing the game instead of screwing around with silly animation mods.
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Aya Brea - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 10:31:30 EST eXye2g9V No.732697 Reply
>>732681
yeah, *looks*, until you actually try to play it, then it crashes within an hour on you.
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Felicia - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 11:58:22 EST JnCi6abM No.732703 Reply
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>>732697
That's such a pedestrian thing to say. It's easy to fix the engine issues with ENBoost's expanded memory management and get around the race conditions by locking the game to a single thread during loading. Any crashes after that are either due to issues in the mod itself like dirty edits, corrupt nifs and missing navmeshes, etc. Anything else is all down to user error by not knowing how to follow instructions, meeting all the prerequisites, and not sorting your load order properly.

>>732699
You're not helping Four.
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James Sunderland - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 16:30:11 EST FL0qkv/Z No.732716 Reply
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>>732700
Maybe Four is like Gail the Snail and we just need to find his version of salt (probably pictures of real women) to throw at him to get him to shoo.
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Isaac - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 17:23:50 EST +BODe16O No.732718 Reply
>>732716
Good idea. If you post any pic of a woman with some meat on her bones, he'll post the same anime girl throwing up pic.
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Ghost Riley - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 23:02:24 EST JnCi6abM No.732729 Reply
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>>732720
No, I'm saying that despite Todd's best efforts, the modding community, through blood sweat and tears, has overcome all the bullshit Todd Coward left in his broken ass game and made it into something worth playing.

Show some respect you fucking tone-deaf dickweasel. Skyrim was rescued from the hands of an abuser by a loving community.
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Lu Bu - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 00:02:05 EST VUQw5N0B No.732732 Reply
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Pogeymans Platinum
I started playing a few days ago and what do you know Sword and Shield got announced right after that. The real reason I started playing is because I never played beyond gen 3 and plan to start collecting TCG cards again, just casually. I've got a few generations to go but when I do start collecting i'd like to at least recognize the ones I collect
I used to have a pretty good collection when I was a young lad, I even had one of them holo charizards that are apparently worth like 300 dollars these days but sold them off after becoming a teen and wanting money for other things
I don't have a 3DS but luckily I can play gen 4 and 5 on an emulator for now, sword and shield look great so i'm glad I already have a switch
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Four - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 00:03:22 EST CHpocCho No.732733 Reply
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You know, even going back as far as the Gameboy, WayForward has been dishing out quality licensed games. I’m just sitting here playing Sabrina the Teenage Witch and I’m telling you it’s actually pretty good. Hard to imagine how they kept it up for long, but WayForward is the type of studio that takes that shit seriously. As much as love Shantae, I still prefer games like The Mummy Demastered to their Original work. That game had no right to be as good as it was. Only game by them that I didn’t think was that great was the Adventure Time game on the DS and I guess BloodRayne Betrayal. I guess I ought to get excited for Bloodstained, but I’m not sure how i feel about the way the game looks. Their is just something off about it, like it would hurt my eyes to play the game for a long time or something.
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Four - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 00:20:46 EST XPWr4l79 No.732734 Reply
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>>732732
I have so many conflicting emotions with the new Pokémon Games. For one I’m excited for it, it’s a new game in a new direction, but to walk away from the classic handheld experience and the charming graphics is just a bit too much for me. I don’t think the Switch is a very comfortable “Handheld” to play on, doesn’t feel like it was designed for it so the whole handheld part about it always felt like a gimmick rather than anything. Always hated the Wiiu controller and the switch just feels exactly the same to me. Now I’m not saying the 3DS was perfect, my 3DSXL is actually pretty heavy if you compare to the DSXL, and the graphics are no longer your usual pixelated experience so finally making it official by moving the Pokémon Franchise to the big console line is inevitable but still. I don’t know, it’s hard for me to finally say goodbye to the Nintendo HandHeld devices. I’ve been kinda in Denial ever since the Switch was Released and now that the New Pokémon game was finally announced, it finally dawned on me that it is actually happening. No more Nintendo Handhelds man. That’s kinda messed up.

Yeah I’m also doing a final run through the Pokémon games just to say goodbye. Finished the original Pokémon yellow on the gameboy color and the game is still good fun to this day. You should look into playing the remakes instead of the original, as far as it goes, I think they did a good job with them.
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Four - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 08:01:50 EST No0GyT5P No.732746 Reply
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>>732745
Listen, I don’t watch your normie shitcom so I don’t understand the reference but the least you could do is post a decent image. like talking to a guy browsing on a Sony Ericsson.
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Gruntilda - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 11:29:46 EST lVcnVX1a No.732753 Reply
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>>732746
We all knew you have bad taste but to call Always sunny a shitcom? Well that is expected of a guy whose favorite genre is shojo.
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Alexander Romanov - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 19:30:12 EST U04z9t36 No.732761 Reply
>>732760
You think he cares? He feeds off that shit. If everyone would just ignore him he'd probably stop but the problem is he changes IP so frequently it's easy for a four post to slip through the cracks. I swear I've ignored like 10 IPs with Four as the name and still sometimes see one
Just the other day I saw him change IPs within the span of like 15 minutes, it's fucking madness
I wish the mods would ban him but 1. He's really not doing anything illegal besides being a giant faggot and 2. He'd just switch to a new connection
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Nicole Brennan - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 20:50:17 EST QHSRdvJ1 No.732762 Reply
>>732761
Board might be cleaner if we just banned anyone who replies to a fourpost instead of just ignoring him again.
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Yoshimitsu - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 00:40:04 EST /hW2W/1d No.732770 Reply
>>732760
>>732754
Ironically he's one of the people I don't hate, and I hate quite a lot of things and people. I'm just completely ambivalent about him.
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Four - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 08:26:23 EST k/Zs1wAf No.732786 Reply
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>>732770
Thanks. That’s the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.
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Riku - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 12:42:30 EST A1zZaANe No.732790 Reply
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>Devil May Cry 3

Currently playing this for the first time. So far it's pretty fun.

The only DMC game I've played to completion was the fourth special edition game, which I felt was okay.
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Chibi-Robo - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 16:53:55 EST m9p7c/80 No.732795 Reply
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Nehrim doesn't get the love it deserves
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Haggar - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 17:27:35 EST OtCVGuwS No.732797 Reply
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>>732786
I tells you what four. I likes ya and I wants ya. We could do this the easy way or the hard way. Dont make me no difference
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Prince of Persia - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 19:53:01 EST SeH/SU+B No.732800 Reply
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>>732790
Fun fact: I found out I was gay when I was a teenager and noticed that looking at dante's abs in the cover of the game was giving me weird feelings. Why is it that only japanese AAA games have blatant homoeroticism and sexualised male characters?
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Clank - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 20:35:34 EST uo28BM46 No.732801 Reply
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>>732800
I think the japanese culture in general has blatant homoeroticism. Alot of their males are just straight up pretty. But hell, Japan sexualizes everything. They do have alot of traps in anime though for some reason.
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Penelo - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 21:52:11 EST AIRfbpjc No.732803 Reply
>>732800
How could you not know you were gay until you were a teenager?

I was fucking myself in the ass with weird shit and fantasizing about buggery with other boys from when I was 12. And I'm not even gay
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Penelo - Sat, 02 Mar 2019 21:59:03 EST AIRfbpjc No.732804 Reply
>>732801
Ghostposting! Spooky

I think they don't really see it as sexualization. Think of Rambo covers with Stallone and his rippling muscles.

There are a lot of Japanese guys who will go the other way though. It's pretty common. But meanwhile there is basically no LGBT community, and people just assume such people don't exist. It's weird.
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Blaze the Cat - Sun, 03 Mar 2019 14:48:00 EST 8Gf56vEE No.732814 Reply
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Sure, hunks are great, but you know what's really sexy? Mammuthus primigenius

Kinda regret getting Dawn of Man, not because it's a bad game (although it sorta lacks variety and big endgame projects), but I always lose interest in these Banished-likes after unlocking most of the buildings. Cool theme, though, and very polished. Maybe I'll give it a while and try one of the harder maps.
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Alex Kidd - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 01:08:51 EST m9p7c/80 No.732850 Reply
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Maskars Oblivion Overhaul is pretty cool. Also using a mod that lets me spread vampirism to other NPCs, and they can continue to spread it to other NPCs themselves.
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Four - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 02:06:45 EST 8OLgsErU No.732851 Reply
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>>732850
Never could mod Oblivion. Something about the Vanilla Experience is almost sacred to me. I might add weapons and magic spells but look wise it just has to stay the same for me to enjoy it.
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Revolver Ocelot - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 08:29:19 EST VL5IL9fR No.732862 Reply
>>732851
Even the broken grindy leveling system? At the very least, all pc players ought to have bug-fixes and some .esp cleanings.
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Wario - Mon, 04 Mar 2019 09:31:17 EST JAfM/azk No.732865 Reply
>>732851
I'm like that too, I mostly only use mods to fix bugs. But the next time I pick up Oblivion I do wanna try out something different, at the very least the one that stops things from leveling with you
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Slippy Toad - Wed, 06 Mar 2019 03:41:13 EST VUQw5N0B No.732925 Reply
I started The Witness
Boy this game is a fucking head scratcher, I feel like i'm using a part of my brain that hasn't been used in years. Whenever I play games I like to put on some background noise like random youtube videos or a show i've seen before but for this I had to turn everything off and focus
The artstyle reminds me a lot of Rime, which I loved. I'm looking forward to playing more tomorrow
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Vaan - Thu, 07 Mar 2019 22:12:08 EST 4VPVikJ9 No.732972 Reply
>>732947
Yeah I was playin' Skyrim VR for like months last year. It was awesome.
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Pitfall Harry - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 01:41:48 EST CMAOPcJv No.732975 Reply
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idk what the local villagers/scholars were smoking when they wrote this shit but i want some. they're very big on contemplating the abundance of food but nobody can explain this godforsaken mess of text they got in their village library.
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Gex - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 08:50:56 EST Gbx4cP4S No.732986 Reply
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>>732972
You kinda have to make your own fun after a while in it, especially on console where you don't have mod access, but it's still a nice playground to play in.

I'm slightly miffed you can't grab corpses but I absolutely know why you can't.
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honk - Fri, 08 Mar 2019 18:31:45 EST hRfsG87y No.733012 Reply
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>>732947
Hahhahahaa, that looks so satisfying.

>>732814
Good to know. I've been keeping an eye on this for a while, but have put off buying it since it's early access. Do you think it's better or worse than Banished?
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Bullet Bill - Sat, 09 Mar 2019 02:19:29 EST 8Gf56vEE No.733032 Reply
>>733012
It's been a while, but I think outside of hunting Banished has more depth and variety overall. They aren't entirely the same game, like advancing through the ages is cool and having to defend yourself from raids is a nice touch - even if I wish there was more to it, like being able to launch raids of your own, for example. Or at least more options for controlling your fighters. Anyway I probably wouldn't recommend it in its current state/price, but they said they're planning to expand the late game through free patches, so definitely something to watch if you're into the genre.
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Dormin - Sat, 09 Mar 2019 15:26:23 EST VUQw5N0B No.733058 Reply
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Huh. I would have thought S&D would have a ton of players in it, I remember it being a really popular game mode back in the original.
Its kind of weird being back in this game. I used to play the original CoD4 on xbox and now that i'm on PS4 the games seem super quiet which is a nice change. Its pretty common for online playstation games though since mics are sold separately and a lot of people dont even bother
Its just nice playing a match and not being called a jolly african-american faggot or being told by a 12 year old that I suck and I should kill myself
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Four - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 06:23:18 EST Of+vd4RW No.733083 Reply
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>Animal Crossing New Leaf

I really don’t get this game. Am I really supposed to just play this game every day doing the same mundane shit?
I’m not even sure why I help the town folks. I kinda gave up anyways and just open the gift they ask me to deliver cause I just can’t be bothered looking for the recipient. Build a clock and a watch but both pretty pointless. I’m actually kinda mad cause I spent all this cash and barely anyone helped me. This game would work out great as mobile game but it’s weak so far.i feel like I’m gonna regret spending 20 on it. Should’ve researched the game beforehand, I just thought hey it’s twenty bucks the game is famous so it must be worth it.
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Leon Kennedy - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 08:46:17 EST rLKwEYtG No.733086 Reply
>>733083

I mean, I would have assumed based on the pictures alone that this was obviously not an ordinary game for ordinary adults.
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Four - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 09:24:12 EST ifjZdTW3 No.733088 Reply
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>>733086
It’s not strange for a cute game to have deep and thoughtful gameplay and Narrative. You might be surprised but cooking mama is a proper cooking game for children but even someone like me can learn from Mama and I love cooking. I’m pretty good at it too, you have to be if you’re a vegetarian. Mama doesn’t just put you through a recipe, nah she shows you what happens in between. You get to learn which vegetables you need to toss on th pan depending on what you’re cooking and how to make eggs with a white and fluffy feel and taste to it. She really does teach kids how to properly cook.

Legend of Legacy, a game that’s currently kicking my Ass has a kinda of cutesy look to it. This game is freaking Brutal though. Worse part of it, the leveling up is tied to chance, a kind of lottery thing going for it. Playing RPG games for long hours is fine for me cause I know the more time I spend the stronger the party gets. Now my party doesn’t level up, I’m supposed to keep exploring and maybe if I’m lucky a party member will get a new skill. I don’t think they thought this game through to be honest. It’s pretty infuriating. Your playthrough could easily become a a cakewalk or just the most brutal shit you’ll ever play depending on your luck and I tend to be unlucky in games.

Animal crossing though I don’t know. I don’t feel like there is a lot going on for the game and I honestly not willing to keep checking on it from time to time. I guess I’ll check on my town everyday for a week. If things don’t get better I think I’ll just drop it.
I got The new Fate Extra game coming out soon, this one has playable Astolfo.
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Geno - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 12:10:42 EST uo28BM46 No.733091 Reply
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>>733088
You're a vegetarian? That mostly explains why you're such a giant douche. You can gtfo now
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Geno - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 15:48:09 EST uo28BM46 No.733110 Reply
>>733104
Ive only met a couple people who were vegetarians and weren't douchey about it. Cool vegetarians are a rare breed.
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Leon Kennedy - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 17:34:13 EST rLKwEYtG No.733114 Reply
>>733110

That makes sense considering many of them likely quit eating meat because the factory farming industries in their countries are jacked up, so they'd likely enjoy other people stop eating meat. I mean, it makes sense to me.
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Geno - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 18:30:11 EST uo28BM46 No.733115 Reply
>>733114
Yea they saw a couple PETA videos, and now everyone who eats meat is a piece of shit. Most have never even been to a farm or a private meat seller. Sure the meats pricey, youre going to be probably be spending twice as much. But it really is better than the meat they sell at Wal-Mart. I live in Colorado and got to a place called Skanga every now and then. If you want to know how their cows are treated all you have to do is drive down the road.
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Marc Kai - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 21:19:05 EST SeH/SU+B No.733138 Reply
>>733115
>Most have never even been to a farm or a private meat seller.

Yes, I have -- three in fact -- because many of my family members are farmers. Small farmers treat their animals like shit too, they don't give a shit. I still have childhood trauma from seeing my uncle stabbing a pig to death; the pig took too long to die and its screams were horrifying to hear, I remember it even shit itelf because of how painful that was. Small farmers are held to little to no scrutiny because people think they're saints for some reason, but they're usually ignorant bible thumping, pieces of shit deprived of empathy. Lets give these people the right to kill as many animals as they want, what could possibly go wrong!

Fucking vegetarians, man, these fucking uppity kids wanting people to stop killing animals left and right and innevitably causing insane amounts of suffering in the process, fucking douchebags.
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Isaac Clarke - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 21:24:19 EST JAfM/azk No.733139 Reply
I want to increase my vegetable intake but I probably won't ever abandon meat. And it's not like I give a shit about animal rights or whatever the fuck, it's because it's legitimately healthier. But being arrogant about being a vegetarian is pretty pathetic and boring
nb
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Lee Chaolan - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 21:34:14 EST /hW2W/1d No.733140 Reply
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>>733115
It's because you're still killing the thing. It would be like if someone said they ate dog, and then said no it's okay they don't eat Chinese factory farm dogs only the dogs that get to run in a field for several years before being slaughtered. It's selective morality and j think the cognitive dissonance itself is why those people get so butthurt when someone says they abstain from it entirely, although industrialized flesh factories are their own specific type of horror. Nb for getting wildly off topic.
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Guan Yu - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 21:47:16 EST uo28BM46 No.733142 Reply
>>733138
Saw something similar growing up in Mexico. They slit a pigs throat while it was hung upside down to drain it faster, the fucker screamed literally bloody murder for a full minute before it died. Those were some damn good tacos that night though. Same thing when my uncle killed a cow one time, him and a couple of his buddies were drunk one night and made a bet my uncle couldn't kill a cow(which was about to be killed anyways) by throwing an axe at his head. My uncle got the cow first try and it was the loudest POP I've ever heard. Again some good ass food to be had afterwards. Im not saying that small time farmers aren't pieces of shit, but they're usually just trying to eat and live just like everyone else. And yea, Skanga meats are owned by bible thumping pieces of shit, but man they sell some good steak.
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Guan Yu - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 21:51:28 EST uo28BM46 No.733143 Reply
>>733140
This is a terrible opinion that im going to get shitted on for, but cows and dogs are not the same things. Dogs are appreciated more as a pet than as livestock. Although ive met people who were stationed in or around Vietnam because of the military, and they claim dog tastes alot like chicken. Whatevers easier to raise as livestock, thats what the cultures going to eat.
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Four - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 22:02:40 EST ifjZdTW3 No.733144 Reply
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>>733143
>cows and dogs are not the same things

I just don’t know what to say anymore.
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Five - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 22:09:32 EST K0lo1bml No.733145 Reply
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>>733143
I agree with you, Yu! we base our cultural pets around how we used them in the past, because dogs were more important as a tool for hunting and foraging in western countries, we consider them more valuable and sacred than typical livestock like cows and pigs (whether this should still remain the case in todays world is a question for another day!) anways I agree and hope you have a good day man.
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Guan Yu - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 22:28:45 EST uo28BM46 No.733147 Reply
>>733144
You really shouldn't be saying anything you dreamcast stealing, non meat eating, unable to beat ff3 queer.
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King K. Rool - Sun, 10 Mar 2019 23:16:52 EST YShfzgns No.733149 Reply
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Finally beat CrossCode.

Great last dungeon and final boss that really throws all the skills you learned over the game back at you. Really loved the story and got attached to a lot of the characters. Spent 90 hours playing and still felt sad that it was over. Can't wait for the epilogue update. Also ROM cameo.
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Marc Kai - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 00:18:34 EST SeH/SU+B No.733153 Reply
>>733139
>And it's not like I give a shit about animal rights or whatever the fuck

What an outrageously retarded thing to say. nb because off topic. Just wanted to leave my fuck you.
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Frank Fontaine - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 04:17:53 EST CMAOPcJv No.733156 Reply
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more CoQ text. or qud text? it's text. procedurally generated in caves of qud. it almost makes sense sometimes when i read the in-game books.

sadly i keep getting killed by the local wildlife before i accumulate enough lore to figure out wtf is happening.
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Frank Fontaine - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 04:17:53 EST CMAOPcJv No.733157 Reply
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more CoQ text. or qud text? it's text. procedurally generated in caves of qud. it almost makes sense sometimes when i read the in-game books.

sadly i keep getting killed by the local wildlife before i accumulate enough lore to figure out wtf is happening.
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Four - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 14:41:08 EST 8OLgsErU No.733179 Reply
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>Legend of Zelda A link between Worlds

Absolutely amazing. Loved every minute of it. Never have I ever felt a game suck me in that I had to sit next to my charger just to keep playing.
A link to the past is my favorite and I still prefer it, but that’s mostly the Nostalgia cause this 3DS remake did everything right. I’ve been playing lots of shitty games lately so this one really hit the spot.
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Banjo - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 15:25:27 EST EM2FiVsS No.733183 Reply
>>733182
fuck you thread porfolio guy. you and brazil fag can jump of roof.
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Carl Johnson - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 16:14:24 EST NU7TXF91 No.733186 Reply
>>733183
Thread portfolio and brazil fag are the same person my dude
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Guan Yu - Mon, 11 Mar 2019 16:31:57 EST uo28BM46 No.733187 Reply
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>>732168
I guess ill try to get the thread back topic. Ive been playing Vice City on ps4, trying to get all of the packages, but im missing 3 of them. I already went through the all the packages using a guide twice. I really dont feel like going through them again. Has this ever happened to anyone else? Also props to the people out there that got the gta packages without a guide.
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Porky Minch - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 17:30:34 EST 40BetU7w No.733262 Reply
Azur Lane is grindy but playable in short bursts.
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Chell - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 23:21:48 EST A1zZaANe No.733276 Reply
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So goddamn fun. I'm glad I finished DMC3 before getting into this, as it allowed me to appreciate it more.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 12 Mar 2019 23:51:47 EST w5pLayIE No.733279 Reply
Fallout 4, been a while since I played it. Any good mods to download?
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Juste Belmont - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 05:03:45 EST 40BetU7w No.733286 Reply
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>>733281
>DMC5 Protip :
NSFW Turning off Depth of Field in DMC5 removes the light glare from 'THAT' cutscene
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Chell - Wed, 13 Mar 2019 08:18:01 EST A1zZaANe No.733295 Reply
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>>733281

Same. I like how Capcom retconned Nero's face and a bit of his personality. He's actually a likable character now.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 00:10:25 EST w5pLayIE No.733328 Reply
I finally beat every mission in Sunset Overdrive. Guess now I'll try to complete the challenges and unlock more achievements. It is fun to pick up and play if I ever feel like destroying stuff.
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Snow Villiers - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 03:31:05 EST YShfzgns No.733331 Reply
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>>733330
One of those games I wish I could wipe my memory of and play fresh every day. My only complaint is that kitty can't be found and pet in-game, false advertising :(.
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Four - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 04:36:42 EST 2iSlmlLz No.733335 Reply
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>>733295
I didn’t mind him that much in the past but he’s just perfect now.
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Noel Vermillion - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 13:48:48 EST JAfM/azk No.733368 Reply
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When you kinda wanna buy a game you already played pirated because you genuinely love it and wanna support the devs but then you remember they're in bed with DENUVO
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Tifa Lockheart - Thu, 14 Mar 2019 21:03:34 EST YShfzgns No.733414 Reply
>>733342
I didn't even remember the cat ending. Maybe my wish came true.
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The Vault Dweller - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 03:08:53 EST BKRiN3fF No.733424 Reply
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Playing Shenmue remaster and what in the actual Fuku-san.

It sounds HORRIBLE. And I actually switched to the original, which certainly doesn't sound good, but not HORRIBLE. The original audio is clearly low sample rate low bit depth as they were gonna play this shit on the Saturn at one point and you haven't exactly got CPU cycles coming out of your ears for MPEG decompression.
So they shrunk the audio data the only way they could. BUT WHY IN THE FUCK did they do lossy compression on it in its poor format already? It sounds like absolute dogshit. Why not build OPEN SOURCE FLAC support into the fucking thing?

Also, despite being a remaster it looks worse. The Dreamcast version has shadows the PC doesn't. Now the DC version isn't perfect, the shadows in Ryo's hair would overlap and look funky, but it's not nearly as jarring as the blocky shadows that don't include his hair or jacket.
Meanwhile, they had the opportunity to replace the jank-ass original motion blur with modern motion blur. But they removed the fog effect and upgraded the water texture ever so slightly so fucking HD Remaster ladies and gentlemen.

And they couldn't even make the controls a LITTLE less shit? Like, make use of the analog stick in any way other than emulating a D-pad? This is the worst goddamn "remaster" I've ever seen. They didn't remaster shit apart from the UI. It's literally just a port, and not even a good one.

There's no excuse for any aspect of the game to look or sound worse 18 years later. Absolutely none.
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Sly Boots - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 04:24:10 EST r/00hWNG No.733433 Reply
>>733424
I haven't tried the remaster yet, but I think a bunch of people on Shenmue Dojo have released and are working on mods to unfuck the audio and other stuff.
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Four - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 07:04:40 EST 3vftCZ7/ No.733440 Reply
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>Animal Crossing

I give up. I don’t want to shake another tree ever again. This game is god damn boring.
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Kim Kaphwan - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 08:00:04 EST A1zZaANe No.733447 Reply
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>DMC5

Finally unlocked Dante. This game went from fun to sicko mode.
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Cid - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 05:08:03 EST CMAOPcJv No.733493 Reply
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ye old caves of qud. all those snapjaws and their leader managed to kill 1/4 equimax before getting pulverized.
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Boogerman - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 06:42:27 EST HVlnnNcy No.733495 Reply
I had a dream last night that I really wanted to go out and play MTG and work with an urge to buy it. Then I remembered I know one person at most who plays. I'll probably talk to them about it later and not buy for now.

So instead I downloaded arena. Winning with a 10/11 flying cat is quite amusing. I know it's the tutorial but this image of a giant glowing angel winged cat powered by holy pledges wrecking everything is classic.
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Abel - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 21:08:29 EST A1zZaANe No.733527 Reply
For anyone else playing Devil May Cry 5, can you explain why V was dying? I understand that he's Vergil's human half.
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Grendel the Green Gigas - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 01:36:17 EST 2WtoplRC No.733538 Reply
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>>732168
doing NV for the first time in years. Just a courier with a drinking and gambling problem in over his head working for odo trapped in a computer.
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Four - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 11:48:39 EST dBxX6jqY No.733551 Reply
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>>733527
Because he’s falling apart due to being separated from his original body. Not the first time I’ve seen this done, Muramasa the Demon Blade Also had a character suffering from the same thing.
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Caius Cosades - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 17:52:11 EST 4VPVikJ9 No.733564 Reply
>>733538
I recently replayed NV to finish up all of the achievements (Desert Survivalist is a bitch) on Hard Mode. It was still pretty fun. The amount of replayability is somewhat high in that game.
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Kolyat Krios - Sun, 17 Mar 2019 21:22:16 EST 2WtoplRC No.733573 Reply
>>733564
I had mostly forgeten the entire game and the first and only other time i played it was with the 40k conversion so I missed a lot by way of just purifying the wasteland via exterminatus. I'm always finding new shit to do and the inbuilt survival through hardcore mode is perfect. This time around I'm paying attention to all the factions at play and so far I'm neutral with a side of helping house and famed with NCR. I learned how to play caravan and beat the crazy old man in novac. took the 800 caps winnings and went to the strip and put 10% on 14, 45% on red and the rest on even. came up 14, now I'm rich as fuck.
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Fulgore - Mon, 18 Mar 2019 02:54:15 EST CMAOPcJv No.733589 Reply
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qud has officially taken over my spare time. been hacking my way across the wastes, dismembering my enemies and using their faces as masks and food.
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Bullet Bill - Tue, 19 Mar 2019 15:23:03 EST 8Gf56vEE No.733653 Reply
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Hanging out with Big Mommy Quangus at her apartment in Orlando in the classic title, Dark Man
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Nana & Popo - Wed, 20 Mar 2019 17:24:09 EST s9b3Oc0L No.733704 Reply
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Guess what game I'm playing too
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Darth Malak - Wed, 20 Mar 2019 22:10:07 EST YShfzgns No.733718 Reply
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>>733704
Is that that third person walking sim about a transgender female cancer patient with enthusiasm who stares out of windows contemplating suicide while her nude HIV positive lover passes out in the corner? Heard good things.

Also I can't be the only one who read this as FAP and WANK.
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Bob the Killer Goldfish - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 06:09:00 EST KPChXmhP No.733744 Reply
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Have been looking for this a while, played it a bit when I was a teen but totally forgot the name of it.
It's kind of silly, both in the characters and graphics, but comfy also. The attention to detail is almost a bit spergy (EVERY single book in every bookshelf has it's own title, everything on screen has some flavour text). Music is super good.
Something for when you just want to toke up with a cup of tea and play something quirky and get comfy.
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Dr. Yang - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 11:01:02 EST 1PRipo9X No.733756 Reply
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>>733744
Sounds a lot like The Sea Will Claim Everything, maybe the same dev? Or at the very least, that might be something else you'd enjoy.
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Q-Bert - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 11:31:18 EST rr+55eIJ No.733758 Reply
>>733744
>Something for when you just want to toke up with a cup of tea and play something quirky and get comfy.
That sentence and that picture made me remember Crayon Physics. That was a great game and I wish they made more, or at least some more levels as an addon.
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O'Shaghennessy El Fadil Abderrahman Mohammed Ahmed Abdel Karim El O'Reilly: The black Leprechaun - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 18:29:25 EST +/p2ZszC No.733773 Reply
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Okay I know MGS takes some liberties with medical science and engineering and everything in general but it's really a stretch of the imagination that we've plastic surgeried Snake into this.
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O'Shaghennessy El Fadil Abderrahman Mohammed Ahmed Abdel Karim El O'Reilly: The black Leprechaun - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 18:39:50 EST +/p2ZszC No.733774 Reply
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>>733773
Dear Kiefer Sutherland,

I may have a smashed back, but I'm comin' for that asscrack.
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Norton Mapes - Thu, 21 Mar 2019 22:45:17 EST uH1vzJOG No.733784 Reply
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Picked up both Dead Cells and Blossom Tales for the switch.
Haven't played blossom yet but it looks like a pretty good zelda clone so i'm excited for that, i'm gonna start it tomorrow
Played less than two hours of dead cells and I suck some dick. I Keep dying in the promenade because those two sword guys that hit like a truck. Its a really interesting game and fun, i've never really played anything like it.
I was gonna get hitman 2 but I have been playing hitman 1 so much that I figured I should give myself a break. If I buy it now ill probably get burned out easily, but I did play the demo they had on PS4 of the first training area. Seems like theres a lot more items to use and a few other little quality of life improvements and thats all I really wanted
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Vic Viper - Fri, 22 Mar 2019 02:05:54 EST 3bEeWxkg No.733791 Reply
>>733773
I never finished that game so I don't know, but do you ever actually see the face you create at the start?
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Travis Touchdown - Fri, 22 Mar 2019 17:37:14 EST FnQhUnkm No.733838 Reply
>>733784
You should grab it just to play hitman 1 with the new QOL features and graphical improvements. Sprinkle in some Dead Cells and I'm sure you won't get burnt out.

Dead Cells is phenomenal
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Fleurette - Fri, 22 Mar 2019 22:10:13 EST YShfzgns No.733863 Reply
>>733838
Isn't the Hitman 2 season 1 DLC missing a bunch of escalation content?
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Sly Cooper - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 09:04:13 EST BrQqe0Qd No.733885 Reply
AY I just got back into Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition

After realising the main missions were too easy i decided to do a tour of the fighting clubs. This is probably the most fun to play this game. Drive to one, struggle to beat all 6 rounds, do that for all of them and then do the Enter the Dragon style Zodiac Tournament, which I just did last night having known nothing about it. I actualy now need to take on the monestary, I remember playing that part and when you think youve finished suddenly like 20 monks come out. I m also gonna do a tour of the races. Having lived in Hong Kong this game takes me back especially as I got in a stupid feud with some criminal bar owner and got in fights and beat up irl [sp]
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Nathan Drake - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 17:57:53 EST An8kNAhA No.733901 Reply
>>733885
Don't forget karaoke. Wei Shen's version of a-ha's Take On Me is the only version I want to hear ever again.
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Tom Reed - Sun, 24 Mar 2019 15:33:56 EST uH1vzJOG No.733956 Reply
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Blossom Tales is dope, surprisingly challenging for such a cute looking game.
And I played Dead Cells like all day yesterday. The game fucking rocks. I only beat the concierge like twice and died in the stilt village very quickly afterwards. I'm there now with a pretty good set of weapons so I hope I can at least get through that area. I haven't even tried the toxic sewers yet
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Dr. Wily - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 20:48:16 EST hS6LzuFn No.734021 Reply
>>732168
I hate mario kart wii fuck rosalina fat fucking bitch mirror rainbow road can suck my dick I'm too fucked up dor this shit fuck you fsggot fay boy fuck I'm so mad fuck u
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 21:28:40 EST h8+XyKOU No.734022 Reply
>>734021
What controller scheme do you use? I go with the Classic controller.
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Alexandra Roivas - Wed, 27 Mar 2019 11:37:12 EST 1PRipo9X No.734065 Reply
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I unlocked the first shortcut in Dead Man's Wharf and homeward boned to cash in, not knowing I had a clear shot to the second one mere feet away that would've let me skip that clown car house with like 50 varangian guards, only to spend the rest of last night getting progressively more drunk as they repeatedly wrecked my shit. And then this fuck head shows up and thinks he's funny.
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Kerrigan - Thu, 28 Mar 2019 22:36:01 EST uH1vzJOG No.734217 Reply
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I had an itch to play some Xcom 2 again so I reinstalled it. This has got to be one of the most addictive and replayable games I've ever played.
On another note, next months free PS+ games are going to be The Surge and Conan Exiles. Anyone have experience with either of these? I've never played them.
Pretty sure ill get at least SOME fun out of The Surge since its souls-like, Conan idk i've read a lot of reviews that completely shit on it but I could go for some survival fun. Consensus seems to be its a pretty meh month
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Jak - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 03:53:20 EST CMAOPcJv No.734240 Reply
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risk of rain 2. dear god this shit be amazing.
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Geno - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 04:01:09 EST 93voU8ra No.734242 Reply
>>734240
Eh? And it's 3rd person?

When you've played more I'm definitely interested to hear what it's like. The first one was cool but not very accessible... never quite got into it. Could see the potential though, with tuning. In 3rd person it could be the right move.
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Geno - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 04:02:51 EST 93voU8ra No.734243 Reply
>>734240
It's also buy one get one free for a little bit of time. So hook up a copy, homies, if you buy it.
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Darkstalker Kaathe - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 05:45:22 EST UcENjjuY No.734250 Reply
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Playing Elex again, goddamn this game is fucked. But the world is beautiful and exploring is awesome. The janky combat and poor leveling mechanics could be excused, but the difficulty curve is just the worst. You'll be spending the first 6 hours or so just doing non-combat quests and running from almost every mob because everything murders you.
But man once you get past the initial wall and get going it's really statisfying.
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Zangief - Fri, 29 Mar 2019 15:42:45 EST t3dce7sc No.734268 Reply
>>734250
Right on it's fucked. Yet it's one of those rare games which gave me some really great memories of exploring vast hand crafted places.

It's kinda hard to explain the feeling. It's like exploring places you feel you're not really supposed to be, but because of the hardship and experience you gained you still can.
It's something Zelda BotW refined but it lost some of the edge in the process.
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Stryker - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 00:45:05 EST CMAOPcJv No.734289 Reply
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qud yet again. i'd post shots of some of the ruins or enemy groups i've run into but my infatuation with the limb and dismemberment mechanics continues. got both this fucker's hands and he was still attacking me somehow. i then made soup with the hands. sadly the cooking system doesn't grant bonuses for consuming pieces of legendary fallen enemies.
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Barret Wallace - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 16:21:03 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.734309 Reply
>>734289
How can anyone eat animal parts when they're high

Even an egg is pretty disgusting when you think about it, which you absolutely will while you're high. I mean it is literally mucus fried or boiled into being solidified mucus that came out fo a chickens ass. If you have any sense of smell you can smell the mucus. Meat is even more disgusting. This is probably why I stop being hungry when I'm high. Only star apple jam sounds delicious. Sugar is delicious. Fruit is delicious. Nuts are also pretty good. Everything else I'm pretty sure God did not originally intend for us to eat. Like clams. That shit is disgusting while sober.

I think I can live on a diet of entirely fruits and weed and avacado. I think I should fulfill this dream.
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Mona Sax - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 17:03:28 EST G9vm2/oh No.734312 Reply
>>734309
well if you respect the sanctity of ALL life instead of just animal life then you are forced to realize that everything you eat and drink (aside from water and salt) at one point was alive, and that your existence is predicated on the destruction and consumption of other life forms
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Little Mac - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 19:01:04 EST 6nzOC2yq No.734320 Reply
>>734309
I once made myself a jumbo shrimp sandwich, high as fuck and having just fought Leviathan in FFXV and I felt like I was consuming a goddamn sea monster. I could taste the entire history of the shrimp, and as I absorbed it its soul spoke to me and taught me the secrets of the sea.
It was the most epic eating experience I've ever had.

I'm sure your avocado tasted fine too.
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AC !QqL8nX9URE - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 20:45:36 EST gNBJa0Vj No.734323 Reply
>>734309
Mucus and semen are mostly Polysaccharides and not protiens. The egg white is the undeveloped protein of the chick, and the yolk is just fat stores that eventually connects to the umbillicus before being consumed as food energy by the chick during development.
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Turok - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 21:11:12 EST 1PRipo9X No.734324 Reply
>>734323
lmao. Maybe YOUR mucus and semen. Real men such as myself exude protein from every orifice
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Sgt. Cortez - Sat, 30 Mar 2019 23:05:52 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.734329 Reply
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>>734323
You know what that's the other thing. I fucking hate it when you're high and around a woman who wants to have sex. Why I do not know because I'd imagine being jabbed repeatedly internally while high would be a horrifying psychological sensation, way more than it's unpleasant being a guy. Or an acid. Why would someone want such a thing? Am I just having a more extreme psychedelic headspace reaction or something? Because eating and having sex are horrible things when you're high or tripping on acid. So is drinking alcohol. Especially on mushrooms. You know the full reality of it being organ destroying poison.


>>734312
Hence you will notice I specifically said fruit. Fruit does not harm or kill anything. Fruit is specifically designed by the host organism to be delicious, so that way you'll consume the cells that made the fructose rich fruiting body along with its encased genetic material and poop it out thus providing a fresh nourishing manual meal to kickstart the life of its offspring. Fruit is the kind of stuff you eat as a Buddhist monk. I think weed just facefucks your mind brutally with the reality of your actions. Even eating a carrot may feel a bit awful but only insofar as it is a recognition of the supreme horrorshow being a lifeforms typically entails.

>>734311
No. If I can barely do egg when I'm stoned why the hell would I enjoy using my face to rip dead flesh out of a heated corpse? I am a necromorph with a conscience. It looks terrible. Oh God and you can smell the bird smell in the flesh and the bones. Not being a cigarette smoker shows you even more awful reality. Just the presence of bones, it is terrible. And the smell. Oh God, ghe fucking smell. Try smelling raw egg when you're high. Then cover a chewed dog bone with raw egg and smell it. It smells like corpses and inescapable horror and 93 different distinct forms of mucus, none of them human.
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James Sunderland - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 02:16:36 EST CMAOPcJv No.734331 Reply
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>>734242
>>734243
it's really fucking good. they took the original design and extended it into a 3D environment and managed to change only what had to be changed to keep the mechanics, it works far better than i would've expected.

it's also harder. you gotta worry about what's behind you now, and also because close to 50,000 players jumped into it and most of them seem to be new. people are still learning to prioritize getting the fuck out of a level within 10 minutes instead of letting the difficulty steadily tier up while they scrounge around for more loot. on the plus side half the fun is a direct result of the shit making full contact with the fan.
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Princess Peach - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 05:59:15 EST I+d0TStq No.734337 Reply
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>>734329
I can't imagine being so alienated from the human experience as you are, my friend.

All the best.
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Gex - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 06:57:13 EST h2MzOCFt No.734341 Reply
>>734329
To fully appreciate wholesomness of meat and other animal matter aroma I suggest not eating fir a week.
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Manny Calavera - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 08:09:47 EST 93voU8ra No.734343 Reply
>>734329
Booze may harm your organs, especially over time, but it's also a pretty great general drug, which is why it has had such universal success across almost every culture worldwide. No other drug can rival it in that regard. Top 5 or possibly even top 3, from an objective standpoint.

Also, fantastic for a mushroom/acid comedown. Rounds off the edges nicely.
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Ashley Graham - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 08:15:35 EST HVlnnNcy No.734344 Reply
>>734343
Booze is a terrible drug. However it's a good way of keeping water from containing pathogens.
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Amaterasu - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 08:19:31 EST GGjTDUnU No.734347 Reply
>>734343
Booze sucks, its not even a drug. Makes you dumb, violent, annoying or dizzy, hangover is a bitch and its addictive as fuck and can destroy whole societies, not to mention families and single lives.
Its good for rounding off edges in small amounts between one and two beers worth of buzz and thats it.
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Blinky - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 09:30:25 EST XTkbRuzQ No.734355 Reply
>>734329
Wow you sound like terrible smoking companion. Go do some dabs. Maybe itd make you think less and you could enjoy food. Do you even smoke alot? Or are you done after one bowl?
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Manny Calavera - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 09:42:34 EST 93voU8ra No.734359 Reply
>>734347
By popular decision it's the best drug, though ease of creation does have a bit to do with it.

I don't get dumb, violent, annoying or dizzy with it. I get empathic, joyful and silly. I bond with my fellow human beings despite the fact that we will all die soon.

Like any drug, its misuse destroys lives and families. This is true for any drug that can be used regularly, and also some that can't. Its benefits to society have been seen by almost every society to outweigh the problems that it can cause. It is the highlander of drugs.
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Minsc - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 11:20:41 EST OV540gTM No.734362 Reply
>>734359
Ive never seen weed abuse destroy a family, and popular doesnt mean best. Alcohol is easy to produce, legal and addictive, thats what makes it so widespread.
It has some potentially good effects when youre not addicted or drunk, but I still fucking despise its after effects, which are easy to notice even if its just an hour or two after drinking a glass of wine.
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Guile - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 02:17:52 EST CMAOPcJv No.734397 Reply
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made it to the six day stilt for the first time. visited a waterpipe tent and found a weapon turret relaxing among the travelers at the hookahs. fuck knows how a turret AI became a mechanimist, since the turret is itself an artifact and by the mechanimist teachings should consider itself unworthy of its own physical form. kudos to whoever carried his immobile metal ass all the way to the stilt.

also we all need to chill out and play some damn games.
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Zerg - Mon, 01 Apr 2019 04:07:12 EST 93voU8ra No.734399 Reply
>>734362
Pot's not been legal long enough to see how it'd affect family structures, I don't think. Mostly the older people who used it in the past were open-minded and kind. We're starting to see more shitheads use it these days as it explodes in popularity, so we'll have to wait a good hundred years or so to see how that works out.

I agree about the after-effects; that's why I never drink until I can keep drinking and then go to bed. You should be sleeping those off. Could never understand anyone who drinks in the day.
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Sonson - Wed, 03 Apr 2019 19:37:03 EST s8ZhL7lA No.734529 Reply
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>>734397
I thought mechanimists worshipped machines/artifacts? Or is it just robots? Dunno I haven't paid enough attention to the lore.

Found this guy just chilling in the middle of lava. Maybe he made camp there before the lava weep appeared or grew or whatever they do
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Kabal - Thu, 04 Apr 2019 06:02:48 EST CMAOPcJv No.734563 Reply
>>734529
the mechanimists like tech but also constantly yell about how people should cast away their artifacts due to being unworthy. like tech is all holy relics not for mortals or something. i need to read more lore books.

lava weep looks like procgen shenanigans. like checking a door and seeing the tile also contains a chef, an oven, two hostile critters and several containers of liquid. possibly considered normal in-world though since spacetime dickery is not uncommon lol.
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Princess Zelda - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 02:47:31 EST cGyTjEbp No.734607 Reply
Was gonna get Metro Exodus but having only played a bit of one before I got the cheaper 2033 and Last Light remastered. Fucking awesome so far.
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Zits - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 10:45:27 EST 1PRipo9X No.734627 Reply
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Lately I've been checking out Workers & Resources: Soviet Republic

It's finicky as hell and incredibly obtuse right now - getting all your roads and conveyors to snap together is a huge pain, you have to constantly level and re-level terrain when you're building a big production complex, or really anything (god help you if it's in the mountains), nothing is explained and a lot of it is completely unintuitive... but I fucking love it. It combines like, Tropico-style citybuilding with a bunch of logistics/transport sim elements, no political system (yet?) but even in it's current state it's super in-depth - a huge map with a ton of different production chains and period-accurate vehicles (that you have to individually micromanage, require fuel, etc...)

I dunno if I'd recommend it right now unless you're really into the theme and have the patience to learn all the quirks, but I can see myself sinking a ridiculous amount of time into it when it's a little more polished
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honk - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 14:17:36 EST hRfsG87y No.734636 Reply
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Just a heads up that if you own Borderlands on Steam, you get the GOTY Enhanced edition automatically. It's still fun.
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Dr. Neo Cortex - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 17:15:29 EST yzOaL1Xn No.734642 Reply
Also how in the fuck
This turned into one of the worst food threads I've ever seen how in fuck did the whole thread turn into
>Four
Oh
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Miles Edgeworth - Fri, 05 Apr 2019 19:48:50 EST t+p/jCic No.734647 Reply
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>>734627
>re-leveling terrain for construction
>roads wont connect
>finicky as hell
sounds like communism alright.
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Daxter - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 03:23:34 EST CMAOPcJv No.734649 Reply
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today i learned that you can stand on the giant electric jellyfish.
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Orchid - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 08:24:07 EST fpO1DpjD No.734669 Reply
>>734649
RoR2 is already fun as hell, I've played like 5 hours but I'm gonna sit down and play a lot this weekend.
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Uriel Septim - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 10:09:00 EST 1PRipo9X No.734671 Reply
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>>734647
Take off that helmet, bitch, you look like a danged fool
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Kairi - Sat, 06 Apr 2019 22:48:38 EST ZffG7YEO No.734687 Reply
Just played an hour and a half match of DotA. we ended up losing but could have ended 45 minutes earlier if Windranger didn't fuck around
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Professor Layton - Sun, 07 Apr 2019 01:43:14 EST CMAOPcJv No.734692 Reply
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>>734669
the addiction is real. only like four maps rotating and few enemy types, somehow it just works. somebody better do a video or something with the devs discussing their decision process when translating the original formula and mechanics into a 3D environment.
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Tetra - Sun, 07 Apr 2019 10:46:27 EST wNcsjSSV No.734696 Reply
>>734692
I'm sure the development process was completely different, but gameplay wise most of the mechanics translate pretty perfectly to a 3d looter shooter. They did a fucking great job animating the monsters in 3d though, really kept the feel of the enemies in the first game somehow. Can't wait to see what they add.
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Tron Bonne - Tue, 09 Apr 2019 14:29:36 EST iK7y/Htn No.734800 Reply
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I wish I knew what those sounds are, the creepy noises. There's one that sounds like a voice moaning out from deep within the zone. I am drawn to it. At first it sounded scary, but I think it wants me to find it. There is a storm coming, I'm going to take cover and drink some vodka while it passes. Then I will venture deeper...
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Jon Irenicus - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 01:59:46 EST CMAOPcJv No.734931 Reply
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everyone but me died, managed to finish off the bosses and babysit the teleporter, one of the big red fuckers ran up and killed me as the teleport began.

to be fair i don't think anyone could tell what was happening since the game was 75% flying shit and enemies for most of the stage.
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Paperboy - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 02:32:29 EST HNYPA77y No.734932 Reply
Playing dota and trying to figure out why I always have such a hard time when I play with parties. It seems like they always stick me with useless teammates, but only when I'm in a party. When I'm playing solo, I almost always do really well.
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Mike Dawson - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 04:14:50 EST 3DsUb7le No.734934 Reply
>>734931
Ahhh I really like it! Super rad game. Need to get better at it though.
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Eric Lecarde - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 04:21:09 EST G9vm2/oh No.734935 Reply
>>734932
idk about dota but games like that tend to favor pitting partied players against partied players and solo players against solo players so perhaps you are getting put up against more cohesive teams
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Lord Lucien - Fri, 12 Apr 2019 19:48:15 EST 1PRipo9X No.734958 Reply
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Played a bit of the Anno 1800 weekend open beta. Feels like... another Anno game?
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Captain Onishima - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 03:30:47 EST CMAOPcJv No.734986 Reply
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love when the team votes for max difficulty then hits every challenge shrine. 5-6 bosses at once? sure. don't worry about the time being too high or not having enough items stacked up to handle it. it'll be FINE.
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Glass Joe - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 08:54:27 EST Gbx4cP4S No.734995 Reply
Verti Go Home

A simple game. In the hour I've played it I'm already in the top 100 on the scoreboards. Getting kinda frustrating though, some obstacles are extremely difficult to get through and it's largely RNG when/if those show up.

It's like an easier / less stimulating Polybius I think.
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Alexander Romanov - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 13:43:01 EST IMq1LVU/ No.735000 Reply
>>734958
Went to get the beta and found out Ubisoft has changed their mind and won't be selling Anno 1800 on steam anymore. I can only assume it's going to be a uplay exclusive. Guess I'm just gonna pirate it now. The only thing that stopped me from buying the other Anno games (after I'd pirated them) was that I'd have to get uplay to play them even on steam. Can't fathom why anyone would spend money on an inferior product (that comes with bloatware) when you can get a superior product for free. Ubisoft needs to figure their shit out.
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Donkey Kong Jr. - Sat, 13 Apr 2019 13:53:39 EST 1PRipo9X No.735001 Reply
>>735000
I think you can still pre-order on Steam and you'll be able to play it there, but yeah, Epic and Uplay after release. But TBH piracy is probably the way to go regardless of the store. Again I haven't spent much time with it, but I haven't noticed any real changes to the formula. The early game at least feels like Anno 1404 with nicer graphics and no hemp farms :(
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Dante - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 01:14:48 EST CMAOPcJv No.735037 Reply
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just lost a good run on caves of qud. got injured and was running from a bunch of critters. a slugsnout cornered me and i died trying to charge it with my axe. decided to throw together an illustration since the graphics are very basic.

latest update messed with armor values. if an enemy cracks your armor, instead of wearing off now it's permanently reducing the armor value of the gear. all my shit was ruined and i was equipping anything i could find. this was also applying to my horns, which are a mutation and cannot be unequipped. hopefully this gets ironed out soon.
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Jarl Balgruuf - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 02:27:06 EST DOykDSES No.735039 Reply
Just been replaying Bayonetta 1 and 2 on Switch.
I just wonder why they announced Bayonetta 3 when it was at it's early stage of development. It's 2019 and the game was announced in the end of 2017, more than a year had passed and they still didn't showed any new footage of that game.
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Vivi Ornitier - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 04:19:06 EST G9vm2/oh No.735045 Reply
playing that final Gungeon update "Farewell to Arms"

these new items are dope as hell yo
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Four - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 11:29:39 EST n3uyC8Yy No.735062 Reply
>>735045
Back when i was your age, Dope meant Heroin, not something you find amusing. Whenever i hear you kids use that word, i cringe a little inside.
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Gex - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 12:37:26 EST Gbx4cP4S No.735063 Reply
Got to max speed in Verti-Go Home, according to the scoreboards only 30~ people (with PS accounts) have gotten that far? I can see why with how repetitive it is but it's certainly intense after a point. My only real complaint is certain times the obstacles just roll into your path and there's nothing you can do about it because the entire path was blocked the same instant you had to pass through it.
Fun for the $2.89 I spent on it.

>>735062
0/10, get back in your coffin.
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Bayonetta - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 12:50:43 EST I+d0TStq No.735064 Reply
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>>735062
That's dope, fag.

>>735045
I can't believe how much they added to this game, I'm so far behind and I suck dick but I love playing it. The art style and the myriad of guns really won me over, I hope Dodge Roll comes back to it after their next game.
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Banjo - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 13:47:28 EST IrHSPSUc No.735065 Reply
>>735062
As you're momentarily unignored I'm going to expose that you're also ignorant.
Here's something from 1987
>Soul on a roll, but you treat it like soap on a rope
>Cause the beats and the lines are so dope
Then in the 90s sleep released "Dopesmoker" an album about smoking pot. I am not about to tell Sleep they are wrong about pot. It'd be like telling you that you're wrong about being an unlikeable know nothing know it all.

But hey at least I've got bring the noise in my head which is pretty dope.
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Four - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 13:53:13 EST ifjZdTW3 No.735066 Reply
I can’t for the life of me figure out how to get Ultimate Skyrim running. You would think with the express installation and automaton it would be easy but somewhere along the line things go wrong and I have to start the process all over again for another six hours or so. I’m not even excited to try it, it’s just something I wanted to fuck around for a bit.
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Lan Di - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 14:28:39 EST FL0qkv/Z No.735069 Reply
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>>735062
You pick the most moronic shit to feel superior about. I guess when it's all you got, it's all you got.

And even before it meant heroin (actually opium originally, fag) it meant a stupid person, e.g., you, Four
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Kraid - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 16:42:46 EST uo28BM46 No.735076 Reply
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>>735062
Are you really trying to brag about how old you are? You used to straight post anime girls, and now you're trying to brag about your age?
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AC !QqL8nX9URE - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 20:19:41 EST gNBJa0Vj No.735077 Reply
>>735062
People have been saying dope since the fucking 70's dude
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Gray Fox - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 21:20:12 EST R8xVP9gf No.735078 Reply
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>>732168
>Playing FF X remake
>beat Yunalesca
>oh crap i forgot a jecht sphere back in besaid
>oh whats this, dark valifor? should be a tough fight
>9999 damage with one attack
>ohno.jpg
>party proceeds to get obliterated

thanks game
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Four - Sun, 14 Apr 2019 23:47:04 EST ijDrtMn6 No.735083 Reply
>>735066
Yeah, I give up. Game crashes at the title screen no matter what I do. I guess it’s just my PC then. Either way, Requiem is meh and the changes it makes are not the greatest. I’m better off creating my own Ultimate Skyrim experience over this Modpack.
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Four - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 03:33:39 EST eJHohDAk No.735094 Reply
>>735093
I’m just posting an update on my attempt to run Ultimate Skyrim and kinda hoping someone out there is trying to do the same.
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Gray Fox - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 19:36:20 EST fpO1DpjD No.735136 Reply
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Best run yet in RoR2 solo. Shit was intense by the end of it, this game is already so good.
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Dr. Isaac Kleiner - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 13:03:13 EST Gbx4cP4S No.735182 Reply
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Gun Club VR.
(volume warning)

It's fun, but some levels are pretty dang hard, especially sniper levels with how imprecise the move controllers are. Pistols work great though, and any fully auto weapon can have controlled fire or just aim a little lower than you want to compensate for recoil.

Bolt/pump action weapons though... eugh.
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Four - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 13:06:31 EST 3GVia9qJ No.735184 Reply
>>735094
Finally Got it working, turns out it was a problem with the drive itself. Serves me right for buying seagate.

I’m pretty happy with it. The entire modpack experience seems to be designed to resemble Morrowind and previous games of Elder Scrolls.

It’s a lot of fun I have to admit, it’s got that Morrowind charm to it. I started off as a pathetic peon (still am) and almost everything kills me except for the rats which I hunt for cheap food. Spent around three hours just getting to know the game and understand my limits. For the mean time, I’m sticking to Morthal. The Area is perfect for leveling up my Herbalism until I make enough money to get gear and Venture further. I picked the Permadeath option which makes the game really immersive and enjoyable. I just hope I don’t get killed by a glitch or something but the game is very stable.
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Sagat - Tue, 16 Apr 2019 22:52:47 EST 1PRipo9X No.735205 Reply
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Had a steam coupon lying around for it so I picked up Production Line. It's alright, but not a ton of content so it gets pretty bland after a while. I think I prefer Big Pharma for factory management (or Gear City if I just wanna fuck around with cars)
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Mr. Game & Watch - Thu, 18 Apr 2019 15:10:42 EST Gbx4cP4S No.735310 Reply
Unbox : Newbie's Adventure

I thought it was gonna be awful but it's actually a pretty fun playground. The hub and first level are stuffed with collectibles in every nook and cranny, but the snow level is at the same time too big and big enough, there are huge areas with almost no collectibles at all, but also huge ski tracks you can move at high speed through, so it's kinda mixed.
Music gets pretty repetitive. Controls are a little janky but it usually works well enough, the air jump mechanic is basically your safety net for nonsense if you can recover quick enough.

What's nice though, is that (in the first two levels at least) everything has been placed with purpose, there's almost no area that has nothing to be found or experienced (except the ice level) and I can feel like everything was placed by hand and not just with a terrain brush and a few strings of collectibles.

This third ice level is kinda fuckhuge and I'll never find all the collectibles in it, it took me hours to get all the collectibles in the relatively tiny hub world.
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Jason Fleming - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 00:32:52 EST CMAOPcJv No.735337 Reply
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did a round of RoR2. we did not survive The Shit this time.
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Arthas Menethil - Sat, 20 Apr 2019 23:37:36 EST CMAOPcJv No.735453 Reply
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earlier i located the historical site of teppir. i'm not sure how or why it's historical because i find no mention of it in my journal notes about historical sites, despite having marked visiting the site as a quest. oh well.

there was little of interest, though roughly half the ruin itself was made from empty bookcases.
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Geralt - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 14:00:49 EST b/PNKhlC No.735477 Reply
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>Kiryu CHAN!
Been playing the PC version of Yakuza 0 and Kiwami 1 for a while, those Yakuza games are fun as fuck LOL!
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Heishiro Mitsurugi - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 14:05:42 EST L6HF0tfx No.735478 Reply
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Just replayed Bayonetta 2 on Switch
When this fuckers will release the 3rd game?
I'm tired of waiting for this shitt!
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Q-Bert - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 16:26:54 EST 0/m22J6y No.735489 Reply
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>>735477
I really wanted to get into Zero, but I went into Kuze fight totally unprepared and didn't realize the game practically expects you to spam recoverables to win. I got really frustrated at the idea of quitting, stocking up, and going through that whole fucking building sequence again, so I just dropped it like two hours in. I feel like I didn't even make it far enough to experience the full game proper, and I'm bummed because besides the tedious brawler combat, I really liked it.

Playing Little Nightmares now.
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Sephiroth - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 17:21:19 EST 5LYJws1L No.735499 Reply
>>735489
How is PLN. I wanted to play. Just waiting for it to be on sale.
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Bad Mr. Frosty - Sun, 21 Apr 2019 21:00:34 EST 0/m22J6y No.735508 Reply
>>735503
About 3 hours to beat, but you could squeeze a couple more going back for collectables. There's also an expansion that adds a few levels, which I plan on picking up next sale. It's really cool, although a bit frustrating at parts. If you liked Limbo or Inside, check it out for sure.
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Donkey Kong - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 14:13:28 EST DPiTUbQs No.735540 Reply
>>732168
Finally got into Subnautica. Didn't bother for a long time because I loathe open world + crafting hype. Boy was I wrong when it comes to this game, I expected a random generated world but instead it seems carefuly hand crafted. Also those big motherfuckers, the darkness, and claustrophobia genuinly scare me at times.

I finally got built the big submarine and I'm trying to explore the deeper parts. I built my base near the starting point like a lil bitch but I want another one in a deeper place, any suggestions?
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Jago - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 17:31:12 EST Gbx4cP4S No.735543 Reply
I got No Man's Sky on PS4 (a used copy for 20 bucks) thinking the VR update was already out, but unfortunately it's not until "Summer" this year. Wanted to hold off on playing it until then but I figured I'd try and get the hang of the mechanics and now I'm 50+ hours into it.

There's certainly some janky bits and parts that could be fleshed out a bit more, but for a fancy graphics minecraft with spaceships I think it works well enough. Excited for when the VR update finally comes out, that's gonna be a trip.
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Dogmeat - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 23:14:41 EST 0/m22J6y No.735560 Reply
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>>735540
Same. I slept on it because I hate open world survival crafting games in general, but Subnautica basically takes everything good about the genre, and leaves out all the shit that sucks. Once I had the sub, I basically only used bases as battery recharge stations, but Tree Cove in the Lost River (pic related) is a good safe FOB for the late game. Build a bioreactor or slum it on geothermal energy if you don't need a lot of modules. No predators, Lava Zone adjacent, close to a variety of resources:
https://subnautica.fandom.com/wiki/Lost_River#Tree%20Cove
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Dogmeat - Mon, 22 Apr 2019 23:23:39 EST 0/m22J6y No.735561 Reply
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Also finally started playing 2064: Read Only Memories on PC, which I've been meaning to check out for years. I already kind of love it, but I heard that the Switch version has some extra content, so I'm probably gonna drop it and wait until I can pick it up in an eShop sale.
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Seong Mi-na - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 04:29:14 EST CMAOPcJv No.735574 Reply
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this happened. some critter that spawns other slugs was a pilgrim at the stilt. the spawned slugs were hostile. they attacked an endgame murderbot that was sitting next to them. it then blew everything on the screen to bits trying to shoot the slugs, including the merchants. i make bank off all the newly-ownerless stuff that got dropped.

there's also a giant oil weep creating infinite valuable oil in another section of the market. i can just bring a bunch of empty containers whenever i go and effectively get whatever i need from the market for free. blessed run.
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Nana & Popo - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 11:41:18 EST 1PRipo9X No.735578 Reply
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I'd been eyeing Dying Light for a while since it regularly goes on absurd sales, but the whole zombie crafting survival aspect kept turning me off. But I have to say, it's not bad as like a dumb Far Cry style open world loot game. I think the parkour aspect is mainly what does it for me, despite feeling a little wonky at times.
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Norton Mapes - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 12:30:40 EST wutGafCX No.735580 Reply
>>735578
Dying Light has excellent atmosphere, one look at screenshot and Im there. Not too many games can do that. Great game.
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Nana & Popo - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 15:48:44 EST 1PRipo9X No.735588 Reply
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>>735580
Yeah, the old town especially has a really cool vibe, I'm surprised at how many little interior nooks and crannies you can stumble across while running around on the rooftops. It feels like some are recycled, but there's still a lot of personality. Or the environment does, at least. The story and characters are pretty cliche, but I guess that's sorta par for the course with these kinds of games.
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Sinistar - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 16:03:46 EST +FEWF/1n No.735590 Reply
>>735560
I followed your advice but my dumbass didn't bring enough stuff to make a sustainable base. I had to back for supplies I couldn't get locally, going to plan it out properly this time so I can stay for the long haul, whatever that may entail.
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LeChuck - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 17:49:53 EST 4eTDaNW/ No.735591 Reply
>>735590
Good idea to always keep a sub chest stocked with the materials need make a barebones base that you can set up and tear down as needed.
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honk - Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:16:40 EST hRfsG87y No.735592 Reply
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>>735580
>>735578
I think I barely survived my first night outside of the base, got invaded by another player and noped the fuck out of the game lol. I should go back and beat it, but it legitimately unsettled me.

I've been on a Battlefield 1 kick lately. Game's fun.
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Nodunaga Oda - Wed, 24 Apr 2019 10:18:06 EST 8XD1XdAg No.735637 Reply
>>735591
That's a good one. I keep forgetting you can deconstruct stuff with no loss of materials.
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Sonya Blade - Thu, 25 Apr 2019 00:56:07 EST aXDp9PIf No.735671 Reply
>>735588
Cliche but effective and not without personality and charm.
I like how the stakes grow from investigating a virus that can kill cities to protecting people you befriended while questioning authority.
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Postal Dude - Thu, 25 Apr 2019 03:30:23 EST ZokfmUrz No.735675 Reply
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I burned down a gay dance club in the midst of binging some crack and ended up running from the police... Pissed on Dad's grave before some rednecks managed to hit me upside the head with a shovel and tossed me into a freaking gimp suit...they were planning to get funny but I killed them with a shovel and escaped captivity only to run around the city looking like an ass clown just searching to find more crack and fast food on the way to pick up my dry cleaning.... What a day.
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Dark Queen - Thu, 25 Apr 2019 23:50:11 EST An8kNAhA No.735704 Reply
I just stopped trying to play >observer_ after about two hours it crashed. If I wasn't epileptic before playing this, I think I am now. The warning at the beginning was justified. Fuck, my eyes and brain hurt.
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Anton Slavic - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 03:58:13 EST 93voU8ra No.735712 Reply
>>735704
Is it worth playing? I got it free from Twitch Prime but like 90% of the games they give me I've never bothered to install it.
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Viewtiful Joe - Fri, 26 Apr 2019 22:04:28 EST 0/m22J6y No.735765 Reply
>>735712
It's kind of an interesting story, but the gameplay mostly consists of walking from door to door in a drab condemned apartment building and talking to people on the other end, and occasionally jumping into a mindfuck horror map when you brain jack dead bodies. Pretty dull as far as walking simulators go.
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Sir Daniel Fortesque - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 18:25:01 EST WAMLGFs2 No.735808 Reply
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>>732168

Just got Overgrowth this morning. The combat and movement are quick and satisfying, and I'm really digging the Watership Down vibe I get.
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Sir Daniel Fortesque - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 18:28:52 EST WAMLGFs2 No.735809 Reply
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>>735808

The levels have a fantasy-type feel to them, which is pretty cool. I get my shit fucked up pretty hard sometimes. You have to do some work planning out your fights because a single hit can kill, and it can be surprisingly easy to land wrong on a flip or jump attack and die from smacking your head into a rock. nb for dp.

Also, it's on sale right no 50% off so check it out or something it's p gud
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Hammer Bro. - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 20:34:03 EST KPChXmhP No.735819 Reply
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I'm doing some Baba is You.
Great and comfy puzzles. Found myself having a small giggle while solving some. Would recommend.
>>735808
>>735809
Oh man I played some earlier version beta or something of some bunny thing by the same devs years and years ago. Had forgotten about it until now, remember thinking the depth of the combat was so cool. Might've been an early Lugaru demo, just checked that out.
Will have to check out Overgrowth.
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Nathan Drake - Sat, 27 Apr 2019 21:46:01 EST vrQiXcHX No.735821 Reply
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Onigiri has some new loli youtuber event happening, this game has no shame
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Roxas - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 01:03:59 EST CMAOPcJv No.735831 Reply
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nightly RoR run hit the fun zone. last 15 minutes nobody had any clue what was happening.
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honk - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 11:01:19 EST hRfsG87y No.735859 Reply
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I just played a couple of games of Natural Selection 2 after years and man did it bring some memories back. Game recently got an update, so there is an uptick in players trying out the game. It's still fucking great.
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Cyan - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 17:03:05 EST vrQiXcHX No.735882 Reply
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>Moero Chronicle Hyper

I bought this to support Compile Heart and for what it is, I'm enjoying it. I can tell a lot or effort and fun went into the main concepts, even if the gameplay itself is a bit underwhelming
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Buck Bumble - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 19:48:42 EST 1PRipo9X No.735889 Reply
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Playing a bit of Aeon of Sands. It's super atmospheric and the setting is really creative, plus some excellent music (honestly I never buy game soundtracks but in this case I'm seriously considering it), but unfortunately the dungeon crawling isn't my favorite. Then again I was never a big fan of Dungeon Master style gameplay. I'll take boring M&M IV turn-based combat over endless circle strafing any day.
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Kuma - Sun, 28 Apr 2019 22:23:34 EST vrQiXcHX No.735893 Reply
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>>735882
I played way too much if this game today. I beat Tales of Berseria this morning, experienced a beautiful catharsis, and proceeded to collect monster girls all afternoon.

On the bright side, never thought I'd have a monster girl harem that powers up by rubbing them. Life turned out better than 6th grade me would ever imagine>>735882
>>735882
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Hsien-Ko - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 04:17:18 EST G9vm2/oh No.735904 Reply
>>735893
>, never thought I'd have a monster girl harem

yeah but you fucking don't

If I build a fucking roller coaster on roller coaster tycoon I don't have a fucking roller coaster. And furthermore, at least 6th you was doing it with there imagination, which would make it closer to you than if it was simulated in 2d on a screen and drawn by other people.
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Four - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 04:59:40 EST Iyc8G0Pj No.735905 Reply
>>735893
My issue with Compile Heart is that the last three games I played by them felt lackluster at best. They started off really strong but now with how Popular Neptunia series is and all the low effort spin offs they released, I can’t help but feel very cautious about their games.

But monster Harem is my jam so I’ll check it out.
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Four - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 08:23:38 EST 1b8eFkIe No.735925 Reply
>>735919
My friend here is dedicated to the cause. A deranged post like that won’t crush his resolve.
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Laura Croft - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 09:12:50 EST iK7y/Htn No.735928 Reply
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Squad is finally starting to feel like Project reality 2 and i think im in love
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Dr. Wright - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 09:21:45 EST wgff5D35 No.735929 Reply
>>735928
Why does everyone go so overboard with the ambient occlusion around grass?
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Soma Cruz - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 10:53:59 EST BnqDOJcu No.735935 Reply
Finally finished Subnautica, took almost 40 hours. At least 10 of those must be collecting and sorting resources I never actually used.

Checked out the wiki and theres a lot I never did, I skipped a couple of biomes including the mountains (which judging from the description might be a good thing) and I never saw a sea treader leviathan.
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Cyan - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 12:45:38 EST c5yp3CyH No.735941 Reply
>>735925
I feel what you said about Compile Heart. Cyberdimension for example, it had so much potential to be much greater than it was. Considering it was supposed to be an MMO world, they severely dropped the ball on the online multiplayer.

And you are correct to assume I live for the art, my resolve is uncrushable as it is. Btw I beat Tales of Berseria, it was beautiful!

>>735904
I can sense your empathy and appreciate it. I hope you find your Roller Coaster one day.
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Serah Farron - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 19:55:39 EST 93voU8ra No.735974 Reply
>>735935
I'm also near the endgame. But haven't finished it. Seems like a pain to power that huge sub. I could make a lot of batteries, or I could make a power station/stations on the way. Seems like more work than fun though

I've heard it's quite difficult at the end as well. Still a great game though
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AC !QqL8nX9URE - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 22:15:53 EST gNBJa0Vj No.735979 Reply
>>735974
The sub isnt too hard to power once you get Thermal chargers, just park it over a steam vent
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Hugh Darrow - Mon, 29 Apr 2019 22:57:30 EST 0/m22J6y No.735980 Reply
>>735974
Nah, batteries are easy to craft, and once you unlock the ion batteries power requirements are trivial. The inactive lava zone can be dangerous if you're not prepared, but it's not really hard if you are.
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Katt Monroe - Tue, 30 Apr 2019 03:26:52 EST +FEWF/1n No.735993 Reply
>>735980
Unlocking the ion batteries felt kinda pointless tbh. At that point I barely had anywhere to go.
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Diddy Kong - Fri, 03 May 2019 17:39:42 EST OPaV0PP1 No.736262 Reply
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This months PS+ games are Overcooked and Edith Finch
Two shitty months in a row
Overcooked is probably fine but I have no one to play with and I also hear Edith Finch is really good but it's what a 3 hour game at most. There's been games they put up before that I've been busy with the whole month because they're so good, like Hitman
What are you xbone bois getting?
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Miles Edgeworth - Fri, 03 May 2019 18:19:15 EST FL0qkv/Z No.736267 Reply
>>736262
It's especially shitty because these are two of the first months without ps3/vita games on offer (a good number of which could be played cross-platform on a ps4, too)
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Earthworm Jim - Fri, 03 May 2019 18:54:14 EST uH1vzJOG No.736271 Reply
>>736267
yeah you'd think they would up the quality of the PS+ games if they were going to do that
maybe next month will be something phenomenal
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Joe Higashi - Sat, 04 May 2019 19:05:57 EST 1PRipo9X No.736338 Reply
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Imperator has all the standard Paradox release problems, will unquestionably get 999999999 DLC 'content packs' within a year, and lacks basic quality of live stuff or content for everyone but the suggested nations, but honestly it still feels like a more interesting and complex game than HoI4 was on release. I say that as someone who has an enormous hard-on for WW2 and almost zero interest in ancient history or fucking lame-ass Rome (whose AI probably needs a buff, btw, pic related. They pretty much folded within the first 50 years). Their business model absolutely deserves the review bomb, but in terms of the game itself, like, it's no Darkest Hour or CK2, but for a blobsim it seems like a good foundation. Still, might wanna wait.
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Stryker - Sat, 04 May 2019 19:59:50 EST OH/OGlHP No.736343 Reply
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>>736338
I think if we're just comparing base foundations its definitely the best game they've ever made, bearing in mind I'm a massive Victoria 2 fan with a second place spot in my heart for EU.

My biggest problem with it is that the AI doesn't seem to be able to keep up with a player, more so than their other games, and once you hit your basic regional expansion goals you're basically unstoppable. Like that screenshot you posted is kind of bare bones what I'd want as the start of my borders as Carthage (who I havn't played as yet) but I know there's probably not a single country in the game who can even come close to standing up to you.

This was the first real game I did, started as a minor in Crete, unified Crete, unified Greece, became unstoppable, I don't even feel like I've blobbed that hard or have that big an empire but the game is essentially over.
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Candy Kong - Sat, 04 May 2019 20:47:00 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736344 Reply
>>736343
>>736338
I don't even know how to play those games and it makes me feel retarded. How do you play CK II, EU IV, HoI III, etc.?
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Ignatio Mobius - Sat, 04 May 2019 21:21:56 EST R8xVP9gf No.736346 Reply
>>736344
Its not as hard as it looks. If you ever get one of those games, just spend a bit in the tutorial and youll be ok after doing it.
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Blaze the Cat - Sat, 04 May 2019 21:34:33 EST 8Gf56vEE No.736347 Reply
>>736343
Oh, nice. Do you get all the Macedonian decisions and events with that route? Yeah, I've mostly been using it as something to break up reading before finals, so I'm definitely not powergaming - Carthage seems like a beast if you use it to its full potential (and don't get into a huge civil war like someone *cough* did), but TBH I was hoping for a more interesting rivalry with Rome.

>>736344
>>736346
Honestly Paradox tutorials are a bit shit and this is no exception. Personally, I learned by picking manageable regional powers (not huge, sprawling empires) and just playing a few games. If you lose a war or two, roll with it and get a feel for how a typical game plays out. Before long you'll be on your way to forming Serbia in Vicky 2 or whatever the hell.
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Candy Kong - Sat, 04 May 2019 22:31:28 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736351 Reply
>>736347
No like, I have those games and I don't even understand how to do anything in them
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Candy Kong - Sun, 05 May 2019 15:32:42 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736412 Reply
>>736352
Okay thank you. Because when I started it felt like I couldn't do anything and actually had no control over anything and felt like I was just watching time pass.
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Viewtiful Joe - Tue, 07 May 2019 23:49:18 EST uH1vzJOG No.736561 Reply
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Been playing a lot of rocket league the last few days. I saw it in my library and realized I never really gave it a chance.
When it was more popular I bought it and played a total of around 2-3 hours, it just didn't stick with me. I didn't understand the movement and how the game should be played.
But I went back, played a few matches and started to really learn whats up. I still suck but I'm learning a lot more than when I initially played and because of that having a lot more fun.
I got into a match with someone that was clearly way above everyone elses play level today and he was doing some stuff that I still just dont get though. Like he'd drive the ball up the side of the arena, jump off with the ball and in midair direct it towards the goal. To a peasant like me that looked like some MLG shit and I just cannot wrap my head around how others can do stuff like that
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Gwyn Lord of Cinder - Wed, 08 May 2019 00:48:14 EST CMAOPcJv No.736563 Reply
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caves of qud. this run i've been collecting faces as trophies from the stuff i kill. (wearing them provides an ego point bonus that boosts psychic abilities and yields better prices from traders.)

wonder if crucifix guy is still around?
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Vergil - Wed, 08 May 2019 05:28:21 EST zRMIfnL5 No.736566 Reply
>>736561
there's training drills that players have made if you wanted to practice a bit of the aerial moves some more, but there's definitely guys like that in all game modes who are doing aerial moves off the walls even if they absolutely suck at doing them. I've had multiple team mates who try to emulate what the competitive Twitch streamers do (using the Batman vs Superman batmobile, aerials, going for boost at the pitch, etc,) and just failing every time.

It's a fun game in bursts, so I usually pick it up and play it for 1-2 hours with friends and then do something else.
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Tron Bonne - Wed, 08 May 2019 09:07:13 EST Gbx4cP4S No.736570 Reply
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I only wanted to play No Man's Sky a little before the VR update but I'm 100 hours in already.
I'm still excited for it when it does hit but I may exhaust almost all the meaningful content before it happens. I just bought a big honkin freighter for 80m which was a good upgrade from my 5m starter, and I'm already at my limit for exosuit space and mods.

There's some weird bugs and lack of features here and there that I hope are squashed with the update though... Like not being able to sell a ship, or how the scanner will point you to places you've already been, or how questgivers will just evaporate or move somewhere that has no NPCs to turn in the quest to.

It's pretty relaxing to play though, especially since I have maximum shield power now so it takes 10+ hits for me to even begin to be in danger (though shooting a grenade a little too close is still an instant YOU DIED)
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Alex Mercer - Fri, 10 May 2019 21:43:09 EST uH1vzJOG No.736721 Reply
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I started playing Darksiders II. Kind of forgot I had it on my console for like 2 years. Never played the first one, but this one kind of feels like a mash up between god of war and a 3D zelda game. Dunno how I feel about it so far but I'm having enough fun. The weapon and armor options were a surprise, I wasn't really expecting looting like that in a game like this
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Nathan Hale - Fri, 10 May 2019 21:56:44 EST CCfv1sMw No.736722 Reply
>>736721
God of war mixed with zelda? Thats literally how the first one was advertised
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Blaze the Cat - Fri, 10 May 2019 22:58:02 EST 0/m22J6y No.736727 Reply
>>736721
First one is worth playing too. Less emphasis on loot, but still a fun Zelda Slash em' Up.
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Cyan - Sun, 12 May 2019 12:47:13 EST vrQiXcHX No.736801 Reply
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>KurtzPel

After the charming bad trip that was Onigiri, I wasnt expecting much from a new MMO kinda game

So far this game is really cute and plays well. The music is chill too
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honk - Sun, 12 May 2019 19:58:25 EST hRfsG87y No.736808 Reply
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>>736727
>>736722
>>736721
I bought the remasters of the first two a while ago and still haven't beaten either one. I don't know why but I can't get past the art style. It just seems so generic and like mid 2000s metal band logo personified in a lot of ways lol. I should give it another go.

Anyways, still on a Natural Selection 2 kick. Game's fucking neat.
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Zero - Sun, 12 May 2019 23:18:15 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736821 Reply
>>736808
What's a good rpg to get into? I feel like I've already played just about all of them especially the space ones.
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honk - Sun, 12 May 2019 23:26:45 EST hRfsG87y No.736824 Reply
>>736821
What are your favorite RPGs and what systems do you have? Are there any that you hated?
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Zero - Mon, 13 May 2019 00:51:15 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736827 Reply
>>736824
Well, I'd rather a scifi rpg. I guess VTMB, KOTOR, and Planescape were some of the best I've ever played although at this point I can't stand the usual elf and wizard shit of most games. It's even worse if it's just flat medieval stuff. I have no idea why so many people insist on inhabiting and building these sorts of game worlds because the whole medieval era is unspeakably dog shit. I suspect they are all idiots who lived in a place like Brooklyn their whole lives and are terrified of pigeons as "wildlife" so what they want is a nature walking simulator. If I wanted to go throw old fruit at rabbits I'd do so, because that's what I normally do. I can't just walk out to the porch and get a nice view of Jupiter from one of its moons.
>Oh you meant that system
None because consoles are shit and I'm not about to drop a couple grand on multiple consoles that won't have anything I really care about that I could probably play on PC and much better anyway, although to be fair Dead Space plays like ass on a PC. It just doesn't seem like there's many rpgs set in space or hell anywhere not full of elves or knights and medieval pigshit. The last major one I can think of was Mass Effect and it was pretty mediocre all around.
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honk - Mon, 13 May 2019 01:07:52 EST hRfsG87y No.736830 Reply
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>>736827
Alright well I was gonna recommend you some great games until you went into a retard tirade there, so I don't think you deserve to play any games really.

Have fun not having fun there, Hillary.
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Zero - Mon, 13 May 2019 01:09:41 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736831 Reply
>>736830
What where I said I don't play consoles? lol I don't retract that at all.
>Hillary
???
In that case you sound like a dumb cunt and you probably have terrible taste in vidya to match.
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Kid Ying - Mon, 13 May 2019 01:27:39 EST 1PRipo9X No.736836 Reply
>>736827
Have you played Deus Ex or System Shock? More recently, the new Shadowrun games are pretty good. Also Wasteland 2 and Underrail are alright if you're into the classic Fallouts.
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Zero - Mon, 13 May 2019 04:32:59 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736839 Reply
>>736836
You know I haven't played Underrail. I have it but haven't played it. I took a good like 5 minutes and it ddint grab my attention so o fucked off to something else but keep hearing how good it's supposed to be. How's the story?
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April Ryan - Mon, 13 May 2019 07:21:02 EST 93voU8ra No.736841 Reply
>>736839
It's not bad, just a bit unpolished. I got into it for 3-4 hours but it didn't hold my attention. Didn't feel like the world had much going on.

It does kick your ass, though, which is cool. I think you have to get deep enjoyment out of the Fallout mechanics to get into it. And I do really enjoy those mechanics ...but Fallout just has a much more interesting atmosphere.
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Sly Boots - Mon, 13 May 2019 09:48:51 EST UcENjjuY No.736847 Reply
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>>736836
>the new Shadowrun games are pretty good

Can confirm.

The first one isn't amazing. It has a cool first act but kinda goes downhill from there. Your teammates are mostly rando's you choose for every mission. Makes for nice variety but obviously there's 0 personality, some missions have story related runners.

Dragonfall is miles better in almost every way. You have a fixed team (party members) but they're all pretty well written and have interesting backstories and sidequests.

Hong Kong further builds on the improvements from Dragonfall. I didn't like the story and teammates as much but it's still pretty good. Also a lot less combat, many missions (especially early ones) can be completed without killing anyone. It kinda depends on how you build your character though.
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Kid Ying - Mon, 13 May 2019 11:25:21 EST 1PRipo9X No.736850 Reply
>>736839
The story is pretty understated, like April said. It's one of those where you get most of it through exploring and poking around where you shouldn't. Personally I loved the atmosphere and the freedom - like, it's easy to get completely lost off in a tunnel complex and then stumble across all sorts neat little areas that don't appear to have any relation to the main plot. Not super dialogue heavy, and after you level past the difficulty curve it can get a bit samey, so not for everyone. But worth checking out if the setting appeals to you since it's pretty cheap for the amount of content. I got it in early access, put in around 60 hours over 3 characters, and will probably hop back in for the new expansion.
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Zero - Mon, 13 May 2019 16:55:24 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736876 Reply
>>736866
>>736847
Returns was better than Dragonfall I dont care what anybody says. I never liked Dragonfall that much. It's also got possibly the worst tonal dissonance of the entire series. Everything looks like some retarded children's cartoon in Dragonfall while your one companion is talking about being raped by Satan, but then even that story is told in such a hamfisted ass headed way like, let's talk about demon rape, but pretend demons are all cool wonderful people otherwise and some really weird fucking tone like it was some dumb shit written to not offend Wiccans or idk even wtf was going on with that part. I hated most of Dragonfall. So many parts of it were so incredibly stupid and dissonant I couldn't stand it. At least Returns made it work and kept the grimdark and made the color palette actually work. Hong Kong was a better game by far with a more interetsing and better told story, more well done characters especially the Triad lady, the color scheme actually worked with the story being told and better gameplay and so on. Dragonfall was the weakest in the whole series. I have no idea why so many people liked that game but just thinking about it makes me irritated again.

>>736841
> does kick your ass, though, which is cool.
Yeah I have no interest in playing a game just because it's difficult, which can easily translate into better terms like "unbalanced" or "tedious." If the game fails at storytelling and atmosphere too then it reminds me why I stopped giving a shit about that game soon after I tried playing it. What made Fallout good was precisely the story and atmosphere. Same thing with say Planescape. Nobody gives a shit about Fallout or Planescape because of the fighting. It makes it sound to me like the dev just tried cargo culting the post apocalyptic crpg thing without having any clue what made it awesome to begin with. I can put up with lack of polish if the gameplay is fantastic or it has at least a decent story. I already have Stellar Tactics with a similar lack of polish I have more interest in playing but I can't fucking fix the LoadLibrary failed with Error 87 problem because apparently it's an issue with the fucking AMD driver and my fucking chipset is so old that fucking AMD doesnt fucking support it anymore and I can't get a new one for it and I also can't fucking fix the issue by getting an old Catalyst version. It's been frustrating me for awhile and that error has killed my ability to play Transistor and Stellar Tactics so far and I haven't got a clue how to fix it because I can't even find the right driver version update. I tried Crimson or whatever the fuck the new control panel for AMD is supposed to be and multiple copies of Catalyst and nothing has fixed the problem although I probably also have literally hundreds of broken registry keys at this point too. I honestly have no idea how that machine even still runs at this point.
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Zero - Mon, 13 May 2019 19:14:19 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736887 Reply
I'm still on SC2 HotS.

It's grown on me a lot but man, I can still feel the WoWfag taint all over it. It gets better but I can already tell there's going to be absolutely dumb fucking canon breaking shit about Amon. They already trashed the canon with the stupid shit on Zerus. Like the only fucking thing that really actually came from that world was the Zerg lava, yet for some utterly bizarre reason they decided to act like every single Zerg strain actually originally comes from some sort of wild beast on that world, not to mention the unbelievably obnoxious boss fights "I'll tear the flesh from your bones!" horseshit as if this is some sort of faggy WoW Horde port. Fuck I hate warcraft shit.

I mean the whole thing did start taking a bad direction all the way back in Broodwar, but this is pretty freakin bad. Gameplay and interface and all that jazz quickly improved but it just doesn't even feel remotely like a Starcraft story at this point. I can't even see myself trying to pirate the Protoss installment right now. The story clearly went in an awful direction and I haven't even started chasing down the Hyperion yet. I mean, it's just, so, bad. What kind of an idiot was in charge of the storyboards? No wonder Blizzard eventually got to that "you all have phones right" point. Gameplay is at least fine as long as you ignore the boss mission shit. I'm just cheatcoding my way through them at this point. Whoever thought having the "zerg" bosses on Zerus voiced is an idiot.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 14 May 2019 01:23:20 EST w5pLayIE No.736903 Reply
Finally got to Lt. Colonel in Halo: Reach and got an achievement for unlocking an item with my new rank. Also completed the 100 kills in matchmaking challenge too. Can't wait to play it on MCC.
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Jax - Tue, 14 May 2019 03:16:18 EST iu14qoYO No.736908 Reply
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Can you guys help me find out the name of a game, I want to know if it was cancelled or not. I remember seeing some gameplay for it several years ago from E3
Best I can describe it was that it had a souls like feel but the camera placement was more like a third person shooter. I remember the gameplay I saw was a fully armored knight using a spear if I'm not mistaken
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Jax - Tue, 14 May 2019 11:35:55 EST iu14qoYO No.736916 Reply
>>736910
I actually found it. It was Deep Down, which isn't officially cancelled but there hasn't been any news about it for a while. Capcom did renew the trademark last year though
https://youtu.be/jIRUImPWaOo
Thanks anyways
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Lei Wulong - Tue, 14 May 2019 23:28:07 EST ohXAuBS+ No.736953 Reply
>>732168
Picked up XCOM 2 War of the Chosen.

My god Marina Sirtis is the absolute worst voice actor of the Star Trek cast. Like, fuck.
Michael Dorn and John DeLancie are excellent.
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Fawkes - Wed, 15 May 2019 08:26:28 EST UcENjjuY No.736971 Reply
>>736954
wow never knew she did voice work
Then again teenage me was more concerned with Matriarch Benezia's tits back then.
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Lei Wulong - Wed, 15 May 2019 11:25:47 EST ohXAuBS+ No.736977 Reply
>>736954
There's also a huge spectrum of Marina Sirtis.
And you can see it in her voice fading from Deanna Troi's accent into Marina Sirtis' accent over the course of TNG and movies.
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Mr. 47 - Wed, 15 May 2019 13:19:33 EST cqXHNMKT No.736978 Reply
>>736971
She was Demona in Gargoyles too.

(Both her, Franks, and even Spiner were on that show too)
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Anakaris - Wed, 15 May 2019 14:46:09 EST gJHM9U1p No.736981 Reply
>>736980
The standards were high in the 90s. The standards now are pure shit. Spongebob is a great example of a cartoon that's pure trash with no production value.
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Lei Wulong - Wed, 15 May 2019 14:59:36 EST ohXAuBS+ No.736982 Reply
>>736981
Not for voice acting and audio production. What was better was the animation.

>Spongebob is a great example of a cartoon that's pure trash with no production value.
Them's fightin' words my dude and not a jury in the land would convict me.
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Scorpion - Wed, 15 May 2019 15:51:34 EST uH1vzJOG No.736984 Reply
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Still playing Darksiders II
I feel like the game could have used some polish but i'm still having a lot of fun with it
The combat specifically could use some work and honestly its my least favorite part of the game but adventuring through the dungeons is a blast.
Theres also some other glaring problems but I think they're mostly because its basically just a port over to the PS4. Like in the menu screens you can't use the D-pad, instead of options being the start menu the touch pad button is, while options button brings up your inventory and what-not, and on the map screen you use the right stick to move the cursor instead of the left which feels counter intuitive as fuck
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Cammy - Wed, 15 May 2019 18:05:01 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736988 Reply
>>736982
>Them's fightin' words my dude and not a jury in the land would convict me.
Spongebob is shit this is correct. Prove otherwise.
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Cammy - Wed, 15 May 2019 19:11:44 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.736995 Reply
>>736989
People generally react with violence as their response when what you said is true. It is their only recourse because they failed in the court of fact. So you must be admitting you realize the show is garbage and that everything made in the 00s and beyond was inferior to the 80s and 90s. Spongebob is the most visible example of the inferiority of 00s cartoons.
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Dormin - Sun, 19 May 2019 03:31:19 EST CMAOPcJv No.737153 Reply
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caves of qud, bitches. permadeath remains in effect. the shack in the default starting village that i use to store valuable/useful stuff that i don't want to carry is becoming a small fort. i've been buying furniture from various procgen villages, collecting colored chests from dungeons, and using portable walls to expand my small manor. this run will end as per usual in frustration and tears but until then i am a goddamn king, my character is robust, my stashes of gear and resources provide versatility, and i am content.
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Dormin - Sun, 19 May 2019 03:34:22 EST CMAOPcJv No.737154 Reply
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>>737153
pic fucking related. this game punishes assumptions and rewards critical thinking and paranoia. if you enable saving you are trash. when you slip up and lose a run you should thank the game and criticize your own bad decisions. en bee.
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Bubsy - Sun, 19 May 2019 18:26:02 EST I+d0TStq No.737173 Reply
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>>737154
Playin' some Grim Dawn for once, feels pretty nice.


I have Qud but I never spent enough time with it, I need to check it out one of these days that sounds like a lot of fun.
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Glass Joe - Sun, 19 May 2019 20:58:22 EST MjTlErDu No.737185 Reply
>>737173
GD is cool until it gets monotonous, like all of those games.
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honk - Sun, 19 May 2019 22:08:59 EST hRfsG87y No.737190 Reply
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>>737173
>>737185
Agreed lol. I keep reinstalling Grim Dawn and I have fun until it wears off and then I reinstall immediately.
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Pyramid Head - Mon, 20 May 2019 07:00:58 EST 4VPVikJ9 No.737228 Reply
>>737173
I find that with Grim Dawn I get more mileage out of it if I'm playing the game with a buddy or two in co-op mode.
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Ibuki - Mon, 20 May 2019 09:13:02 EST I+d0TStq No.737239 Reply
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>>737228
Same, but all of my friends are busy with dumb shitty games and have no interest so I have to generate my own interests.

It really reminds me of the glory days of playing Diablo 2, I'm sure I'll get burnt out but there's 2 new expansions since I quit and I never got particularly far.

I believe there's some procgen dungeons which should extend my playability and interests.
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Saren - Thu, 23 May 2019 15:28:29 EST VwL44FHQ No.737422 Reply
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Picked up Deus Ex Mankind Divided for 7 bucks. First I ever played of the series. It's pretty fuckin good. When I'm high it's too much work, though.
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thread portfolio - Thu, 23 May 2019 17:59:42 EST FgQLy1hU No.737434 Reply
>>737422
How does it run on your pc? Heard it's really demanding
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Franziska Von Karma - Thu, 23 May 2019 18:36:59 EST 4VPVikJ9 No.737438 Reply
>>737422
Yeah Mankind Divided was pretty polished. I was just so disappointed because after Human Revolution, Mankind Divided felt soooo short.
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Trevor C. Belmont - Thu, 23 May 2019 22:10:28 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.737454 Reply
>>737434
Well it definitely won't work on mine. Which is a shame because I'd actually buy and play it but I'd at minimum need to upgrade my RAM and get a much better GPU.
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Zidane Tribal - Fri, 24 May 2019 16:52:14 EST 8Gf56vEE No.737495 Reply
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kid's nodding the fuck out
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Edgar Ross - Fri, 24 May 2019 17:16:14 EST uH1vzJOG No.737497 Reply
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At the beginning of the week I bought Cuphead and Owlboy but because of finals I decided not to play them until today. I've only just beat the first boss of Cuphead, the Root Pack, but this game is so fucking well done. Everything about it seems like there was so much love and effort put into it, and because of the grade system I think its going to have a lot of replay value for me. I already love it.
I'm probably going to love Owlboy too but I haven't touched it yet
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Kaebora Gaepora - Fri, 24 May 2019 18:06:54 EST 0/m22J6y No.737498 Reply
>>737495
What game is this? Not that I'm only interested in drugging children or anything...
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Thunder Hawk - Fri, 24 May 2019 18:29:05 EST Gbx4cP4S No.737500 Reply
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0°N 0°W

Screenshots won't do it justice
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Sonson - Fri, 24 May 2019 19:21:35 EST S4c8HFon No.737503 Reply
>>737498
stereotype orphan simulator. you can become addicted to morphine, catch syphilis from longshoremen, knife wealthy pedestrians for their coin purses, and learn many irritating and cartoonish accents to blend into different parts of victorian london.
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Cate Archer - Fri, 24 May 2019 21:40:38 EST 8Gf56vEE No.737506 Reply
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>>737498
my bad, thought I'd already posted it in here but it was a different thread. it's Pathologic 2. and technically, she's drugging me

>>737504
really cool game, get in on this shit. I think they're doing a similar thing set in China next, which I'm hype for
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Ashley Riot - Sat, 25 May 2019 04:26:25 EST S4c8HFon No.737513 Reply
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ubermosh volume 7. this is everything good from the previous 6 games, but refined. even if you only make it 30 seconds there's enough happening to be entertaining, but the skill ceiling is still high. you win if you survive 90 seconds. i've max-cheevo'd and gotten competitively high scores in the previous six games. 66 minutes logged on vol. 7 and have not cleared a single 90-second round.

>>737505
was gonna post about impressions i've got from watching videos but ffs went ahead and got a copy. did not know that a gmail/youtube/skynet account could be used to login with humble. easier than piracy goddamn.
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Ashley Riot - Sat, 25 May 2019 06:02:35 EST S4c8HFon No.737517 Reply
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also holy fucking wat.
wat.

2-stroke engine in a car. wat. infininte wats. apparently you can use this design in an automobile and the game is in 1990 post-communist europe but damn yo. primitive shit. why the fuck am i adding 2-smoke oil right into the fuel tank of my car? fuck. bout to have words with my polygonal virtual east german uncle here.
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Simon Belmont - Sat, 25 May 2019 07:27:39 EST uB7/csZl No.737518 Reply
Playing FF VII again. Only beat it once when I was like 14 with only kicking the Ultimate Weapons ass. Plan on beating all the Weapons this time.
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Eric Lecarde - Sat, 25 May 2019 09:16:53 EST M9fnjLmI No.737521 Reply
>>737517
If you think a 2 stroke is crazy check out a 3 cylinder opposed diesel.
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Cyan - Sat, 25 May 2019 18:44:17 EST vrQiXcHX No.737545 Reply
I spent 8 hours playing Osu today. The fact that you can download hundreds of songs and use a midi drum pad made it really fun
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Bob the Killer Goldfish - Sun, 26 May 2019 00:36:14 EST uH1vzJOG No.737595 Reply
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Finally.
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Lydia - Sun, 26 May 2019 05:01:01 EST S4c8HFon No.737614 Reply
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waves 2. the first one is an excellent twin-stick score chaser someone here recommended to me years ago, this a worthy sequel.

>>737593
word on the skreets is 0n0w is that weird shit.
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Lydia - Sun, 26 May 2019 05:01:54 EST S4c8HFon No.737615 Reply
>>737545
also careful yo that game will turn you into a japanese dork if you reach 1000 hours.
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Richard Aiken - Sun, 26 May 2019 07:04:39 EST Gbx4cP4S No.737619 Reply
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>>737593
It's not really about anything, it's just a lot of visual stimulation, pretty much everything is moving so still screenshots are just not good for it.

I like it because it's colorful and there's no real goal, you just walk around and look at the environment and maybe find a door / object that takes you to a new area.

Think LSD Dream Simulator, but more randomized.
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Boo - Sun, 26 May 2019 22:06:46 EST EvqB3elZ No.737654 Reply
>>737434
Playin on regular ps4. It does seem to push the hardware a bit. Sometimes the HUD will glitch out (map points everywhere/disappear) and stay that way until reboot. Before I installed the update there would be vast swathes of dialogue in which the characters' heads would be bobbing around but there mouths were shut and no words came out. Mostly minor shit and much less since the patch. But it's so good I don't even care. I like how it's short enough that I can actually remember what choices I made the first time so I can change stuff.
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Miles Tails Prower - Mon, 27 May 2019 00:58:21 EST S4c8HFon No.737657 Reply
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ubermosh 7 again. bananas. got the gunner class raised a bit and he now has extra arms and carries 3 guns into the match, plus 4 orbiting guns, all of which are on rapidfire. the difficulty is such that having all this bullet tornado shit going on just means you have a slim chance instead of no chance at clearing the timer.

currently on break because this shit was giving me an irregular heartbeat.
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Glacius - Mon, 27 May 2019 07:01:11 EST R8xVP9gf No.737678 Reply
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Strolling through FF VII, the only times I died was when I got confused when I had the Beta Enemy Skill queued up and well, low and behold, my character casts it on the party, we take more damage than we had HP and game over. And this happened like 2 times in a row. It was so ridiculous that I laughed.

Just beat the Temple of Ancients and on to the Forgotten City and well...you know whats next.
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Sniper Wolf - Mon, 27 May 2019 09:46:57 EST ZC29wW9i No.737683 Reply
>>732168
I'm really getting into dark souls 3, i had a hard time getting into it but now i started a new game and i'm fucking loving it.
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Kamek - Mon, 27 May 2019 11:36:09 EST 5LYJws1L No.737687 Reply
>>737683
need some help. i just got ashes of andrieal and I am super rusty, looking to get back into it. add me psn: janus06
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Officer Tenpenny - Tue, 28 May 2019 00:35:43 EST uH1vzJOG No.737717 Reply
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Damn boi she thiccc
Bet theres a mountain of fanart of her
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Capt. Olimar - Tue, 28 May 2019 09:44:26 EST +FEWF/1n No.737731 Reply
Picked up American Fugitive on the Switch. It's basically a 3D top down GTA set in a small rural town. It's pretty fun but kinda repetive, partly because it lacks the crazy violence and chaos you'll find in the GTA series. But it's a lot more relaxing and atmospheric. Haven't gotten too far yet so I don't know if the main story is any good, the premise is interesting enough but it gets sidelined pretty quickly after the intro.

Also the performance (on the Switch at least) isn't great, but the developer already patched the most serious issues a couple of days after release so I guess they're working on it.
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Michael Thorton - Tue, 28 May 2019 12:52:39 EST iK7y/Htn No.737736 Reply
Been playing some classic wow... I forgot how much more fun MMOs are when the PvE isn't brain numbingly easy. People are grouping up, its almost like that was the point of MMOs! Killing mobs is dangerous if you make mistakes and don't have a party. You actually have to listen to what the quest-givers tell you to do instead of just following a glowing arrow until endgame.

definitely excited for full release of Classic
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Nicole Brennan - Tue, 28 May 2019 18:32:34 EST 1PRipo9X No.737751 Reply
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'atsa assetto corsa. a-badda bing-a, a-badda boom-a. rigatoni
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Ultros - Tue, 28 May 2019 21:48:25 EST S4c8HFon No.737761 Reply
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>>737757
still think wayforward's giant bondage mermaid from the last shantae game did the mermaid angle better, but considering studio mdhr is new and wayforward has been packing niche weeaboo fetishes into family-friendly games for years, the gorgon mermaid is still phenomenally good design.

i mean i'm not saying i endorse this degeneracy, this is purely academic here.
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Q-Bert - Wed, 29 May 2019 05:37:10 EST 75AJMjMa No.737772 Reply
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>>732168
Rolling through parts of the game that used to be super hard for me as a kid/teenager. I think I may have accidentally overleveled a bit.

A Weapon got shot in the face with Shinra's giant Fuck You cannon, thats always fun I guess.
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Thunder Hawk - Wed, 29 May 2019 07:49:18 EST oj1gpRwk No.737777 Reply
>>737772
All FF7 aside, nostalgia is an incredibly powerful sensation. Merely seeing your pic triggered so much shit for me. A initial feeling of fear and excitement from my childhood hit me, and then I could hear the music playing as Junon is nearing destruction. Then empathy for the fallen weapon. Then anger at that cunt for stealing all my materia.
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Q-Bert - Wed, 29 May 2019 08:07:10 EST 75AJMjMa No.737778 Reply
>>737777
Trust me, playing through it again is making me relive it just how it was when I was a kid except I know what to do, where to go, and what materia does what.

I can't wait to spend 3 million years trying to get a gold chocobo because the RNG is so wonky you have to save scum to get it just right.
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Brad Vickers - Wed, 29 May 2019 13:43:53 EST mgiWCAc5 No.737796 Reply
>>737778
Getting the Gold Chocobo is easy, you just have to go to the Gold Saucer and defeat Ruby Weapon
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Frank West - Wed, 29 May 2019 13:49:43 EST XTkbRuzQ No.737798 Reply
>>737778
Its not hard to get one through breeding. Just use a guide. At the very most it'll take like 10 hours. And if you're playing on pc or ps4, theres a speedup feature
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Strider Hiryu - Wed, 29 May 2019 14:23:03 EST +FEWF/1n No.737800 Reply
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>>737731
Also the game looks pretty good. And the physics to everything really give it a tactile feel, I guess it's similiar to physics in most GTA style games but the macro viewpoint really enhances the impact on the game world.
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Strider Hiryu - Wed, 29 May 2019 15:06:01 EST +FEWF/1n No.737811 Reply
>>737806
It's certainly not as slick which is hard to expect from an indie studio compared to Rockstar.
There's a bigger focus on realism and stealth, as in you instantly attract cops when you get in a traffic accident or openly hold out a gun. IMO this isn't as annoying as some reviews may lead you to believe, just don't act like a typical GTA sociopath and you'll be fine.

There's also a neat mechanic of burglaring every house and holding up stores. It's not amazing but it's something I personally really missed in the GTA series.
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Fleurette - Wed, 29 May 2019 15:14:30 EST 7vH1LY75 No.737816 Reply
>>737798
I know how to get one, its just from what i remember, even if you fulfill the criteria, you still have a chance to just not get a gold chocobo, it was like a 1/10 chance, and restarting the save resets the RNG. Then again, this was back on the PSX so I dont know how the PC steam release works.


>>737796
Last time I tried to fight any Weapon outside Ultimate Weapon I got my shit pushed in. Ruby was the first and it just gave me the ole ass kicking in 2 turns. I died in one turn against Emerald.

Anyway, I don't do any chocobo breeding until hitting the Northern Cavern (unlike in FF IX,where it will behoove you to do all chocobo hot and cold before heading to Terra) so i still have some time.
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Naija - Wed, 29 May 2019 15:46:48 EST 5LYJws1L No.737819 Reply
>>737816
Emerald is not too bad, you just need the underwater materia and youre good to go.
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Christopher Belmont - Wed, 29 May 2019 16:49:13 EST uo28BM46 No.737826 Reply
>>737819
I remember when I was a kid, i lvl uped cloud to 99 and had the w-summon- knights of the round-mimic setup. So like 6 knights of the round in a row. Not enough to kill him in the first round. And then my party would get killed with Aire Tam stomp. I never knew the attacks damaged is based off of how much materia is equipped on the party. Also has anyone ever gotten the lucky 7s?
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Naija - Wed, 29 May 2019 17:37:08 EST 5LYJws1L No.737827 Reply
>>737826
>Also has anyone ever gotten the lucky 7s?

Yeah, I did it back in 98. There was strategy guide that told you how to do it. Its not that great, you just hit in 7777, and your HP & MP is 777
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Fleurette - Wed, 29 May 2019 17:44:38 EST 7vH1LY75 No.737829 Reply
>>737827
Yeah, Lucky 7s isnt great compared to Omnislash with Ultima Weapon or w-summon-KotR-mime.

Also your HP goes to 1 once its over.
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Guile - Wed, 29 May 2019 18:18:49 EST cqXHNMKT No.737833 Reply
>>737829
according to the FF wiki, it hits for just a bit under half a million in its weird blitz mode. That seems good.
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Fleurette - Wed, 29 May 2019 18:54:58 EST 7vH1LY75 No.737836 Reply
>>737833
its like 64 hits i think? either way, i wont be challenging it until I at least get KotR and W-Summon
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thread portfolio - Wed, 29 May 2019 19:24:17 EST FgQLy1hU No.737838 Reply
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HOLY SHIT sans on undertale is HARD, and I mean obscenely fuck you hard. I have beaten all dark souls games (including many DLC bosses), cuphead, super meat boy, and a bunch of really hard snes games, and I've never experienced any boss this bullshit hard. I've been trying to beat him the whole evening and I still can't beat this smug piece of shit skellington.
Of course there are a bunch of douchebags on the internet saying "it's so easy, bruh, I beat him 20 times". I can guarantee that NONE of the people who say that sans is easy actually even played the game,this shit makes me punch monitors so bad. If you think this isn't that hard, just look at gameplay of it on youtube or something and tell me that shit ain't ridiculous. Just fuck you if you're one of those people, fuck you, honestly. I'm so mad rn, this is fucking bullshit.
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Pit - Wed, 29 May 2019 21:24:09 EST S4c8HFon No.737841 Reply
>>737838
that boss fight was specifically designed to be a brick wall of frustration and rage. everybody who plays that part has a bad time exactly as that same boss character warns early on in the story.
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The Blob - Wed, 29 May 2019 21:33:17 EST 7vH1LY75 No.737842 Reply
>>737838
and he counts down how many times you die to him too everytime you speak to him before a fight.
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thread portfolio - Wed, 29 May 2019 22:41:43 EST FgQLy1hU No.737848 Reply
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>>737841
>>737842
I just beat it. Jesus christ, I'm a broken boy now, I'm feeling so much adrenalin that it really feels unhealthy, kind of like you'd feel after watching your whole family die or something. So yeah, I absolutely had a bad time, like he warned me.
I was really, really impressed with the game tbh. The genocide route revealed a lot about the game's phylosophy and ambition that you wouldn't get from just playing the other routes. Fucking Toby Fox, talented piece of shit did all this by himself, fucking piece of shit, I'm never gonna make anything close to this in my life.
They say that Nier: Automata is also a hugely ambitious game like that, is it? Should I play it next? I haven't played it, but if it's half as good as people say it is then I guess I should, but how hard is it? I don't know if I can take the stress of playing another hard game when I have so much shit to do with college and shit.
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The Overseer - Wed, 29 May 2019 22:47:24 EST ikm7fk1H No.737849 Reply
>>737848
Nier: Automata is fucking great. If you liked Undertale, you'll probably really like Nier too. Both games with great soundtracks, and smart metagame stories.
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Andrew Oikonny - Thu, 30 May 2019 16:26:42 EST 4ImWGkVJ No.737897 Reply
>>737848
maybe it's because I had just finished Sekiro, but NieR: Automata is a relatively easy game. Just do yourself a favor and install the Auto-Item chip as soon as you can. in NieR, you have to press 2 buttons to use a healing item, so a chip that automatically uses any healing items you have as soon as your health gets dangerously low is invaluable.
I just finished the A path and I'm not yet seeing what's so special, buuuut literally everyone says you have to see multiple endings to "get" NieR so I guess I'll just keep going.
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Aya Brea - Thu, 30 May 2019 17:03:06 EST uH1vzJOG No.737899 Reply
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Well theres my post final boss death count
I've always been terrible at games where you have to keep track of a lot of shit on the screen, which is why I barely ever touch bullet hell games, but I had a total blast playing this. I'm gonna try to at least A+ all the bosses but S rank not so much, I think that would give me a mental breakdown
Pacifist rank on the run n gun levels seem like it might be fun to try too
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E. Honda - Thu, 30 May 2019 18:54:22 EST XTkbRuzQ No.737912 Reply
>>737897
Nier is pretty easy, especially if you do the sidequests as they become available. Theres also the slowdown when near projectile chips and a bunch of other good support ones. To me the story was meh, but combined with the soundtrack and atmosphere and shit, it was a really comfy game. One day I just listened to the in game jukebox and dabbed/smoked the fuck out, great time.
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Goro - Fri, 31 May 2019 00:37:57 EST upfD+sBv No.737937 Reply
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Anyone have any experience with this game? I'm thinking about buying it
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Lei Wulong - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 05:43:30 EST S4c8HFon No.738036 Reply
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playing 'it lurks below'. it's like crea, which is like a chill version of terraria with a leveling system. so chill terraria with leveling, plus randomized loot.

commander foul puss. gross.
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Luigi - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 09:21:28 EST R6qL3OY2 No.738039 Reply
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All these ignorant queefs talking about how easy Nier Automata is. Okay beat it on very hard mode then. You won't be able to use auto anything and 2/3 of the health upgrades become useless.
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Penelo - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 10:22:17 EST iXKpqCXC No.738041 Reply
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>>738039
faggots who use Auto anything should just get the fuck out of /vg/
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Crono - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 12:33:37 EST e/vmN/Xp No.738044 Reply
>>738036
This looks fun, I wish it was on consoles
Seems like a perfect game for the switch
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Nodunaga Oda - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 13:31:59 EST XTkbRuzQ No.738048 Reply
>>738039
Okay, but we were talking about nier being easy on the default setting, which is what brazilfag wanted to know.
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Claire Redfield - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 13:57:27 EST I+d0TStq No.738050 Reply
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>>732168
Nioh 2 is legit, they banned the share button but here's a shotty phone pic. Having a blast need to play the first one to conpletion
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Kazuya Mishima - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 14:13:18 EST zRMIfnL5 No.738051 Reply
>>738039
nier automata's gameplay is not interesting enough to warrant playing it on a higher difficulty
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Selphie Tilmitt - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 14:31:00 EST R1bL2/M8 No.738052 Reply
Picked up Hitman:Blood Money for $2 on GOG! This game is really fucking fun maybe i missed it the first time I played the Hitman series but the missions are a blast and the AI and graphics are amazi g for a 2006 game, would recommend to all Hitman fans, theres some retarded deals on GOG right now
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Psycho Mantis - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 14:32:27 EST uH1vzJOG No.738053 Reply
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I ordered an SN30 pro the other day and it just got here, mostly so I can use it on my switch and it was a cheaper(ish) alternative to the pro controller that nintendo makes
Been testing it out for a bit and holy shit am I impressed with how well built this thing is. All the buttons are so clicky and satisfying, the Dpad is absolutely perfect which is one of the main reasons it caught my eye, and it connected to my switch immediately
Fucking grade A controller right here, I am so happy with it
I think it might be too small for people with bigger hands but it fits mine perfectly
I'm definitely going to be using it for emulation on my laptop too
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Lei Wulong - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 15:03:58 EST S4c8HFon No.738054 Reply
>>738044
>* would be perfect for the Switch.
lol
maybe. placing blocks with anything but a mouse is frustrating, usually. being able to wall off mobs to escape and heal up would thus be harder to do. also bridging gaps and building your hub area. if you played terraria or similar on pc using mouse control and later tried a console port the frustration gets obvious. everything else would work fine though.

also it should run even on a potato.
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Waluigi - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 15:40:51 EST BdnvxroW No.738056 Reply
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>>738053
Is the D-pad rubbery?
The Chinese SNES controller I got has a hard plastic D-pad that's easy to put in up and down inputs when going left and right if you don't press right near the edge.
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Psycho Mantis - Sat, 01 Jun 2019 16:47:39 EST uH1vzJOG No.738059 Reply
>>738056
its plastic but has a nice press to it, I played celeste for a bit to test out the diagonal dashes and it was really easy to pull those off
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Player One - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 05:33:36 EST S4c8HFon No.738091 Reply
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made it down to the Shit Layer where everything is shit. critters kill me. ore is scarce. no clue how i'm supposed to get ore and gems for a better suit of armor amidst the constant shit.
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Desmond Miles - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 07:26:11 EST R8xVP9gf No.738092 Reply
Just curb stomped Proud Clod and Hojo and all thats left (storywise) is the Northen Cavern.

But first, Chocobo Breeding and the Weapons. That's going to take up so much time.
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Machine Gun Willy - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 10:06:30 EST xH3Qk3i8 No.738094 Reply
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New WoW expansion feels tedious. Grind, grind, grind...

Have a silly OW death screencap.
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Vic Viper - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 17:20:56 EST 1PRipo9X No.738103 Reply
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Just noticed that Kremlingames snuck out a new release, China: Mao's Legacy, ahead of their widely anticipated blockbuster E3 presentation. It seems to strike a good balance between Crisis in the Kremlin and Ostalgie along with some neat new additions, while keeping that "UI designed in MS Paint by an unpaid intern who just got out of high school" charm. Anyway, in my last game I killed a Soviet reformer with a potato truck, reunified Korea, assassinated Deng, won the Falklands War and took back Hong Kong, Macao, and the rogue province of Taiwan by force
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Paul Phoenix - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 20:58:28 EST XTkbRuzQ No.738105 Reply
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>>738092
Just do it faggot. Its starting to sound like you're whining about ff7
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Kitana - Sun, 02 Jun 2019 22:36:17 EST R8xVP9gf No.738106 Reply
>>738105
Im not. Its mostly nostalga of me hitting a block back as a kid. Its the first time i've played it since i was 14. Im sure it wont be as shit as it was when I was a kid.
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Blanka - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 02:40:33 EST S4c8HFon No.738113 Reply
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suggestion for enemy designs in 2D platformers: if your enemies track the player from below after spotting them once, do not also include mobs that can dig through tiles while doing this. furthermore, do not then include enemies (in the same group) that spawn unlimited more enemies that don't despawn over time and persist even after the summoner is killed.

instead of a series of rooms with enemies, pic related happens. generally the player cannot deal with a couple dozen things piled up in a corner spawning more things every time the player comes into view.
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Donkey Kong Jr. - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 06:22:51 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738117 Reply
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Well I platinum'd No Man's Sky. Couldn't wait for the VR update.

I hope they add some features with VR Because while there are a billion zillion jillion planets to explore, they're all roughly the same functionally.
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Christopher Belmont - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 09:03:47 EST I+d0TStq No.738123 Reply
>>738117
Looks fuckin sick, I didn't know they added third person mode.

I need to boot it up again, I only played it that August at launch and was unimpressed but have heard many great things. Might just need to snag a VR for it, I have so many games in my library that I could use it for and there's that days of play sale coming up this month.
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Donkey Kong Jr. - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 10:29:24 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738125 Reply
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>>738123
They've added third person AND multiplayer.
The VR preview sold it on me though - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RpKmuRX0CM ( I didn't see this until after I actually bought the game )
I don't really feel VR will add much to the gameplay cause you're still going to be mining a stationary object a lot of the time and combat is... well... pic related, but it'll be a lot more immersive for sure.
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Witch of Izalith - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 19:27:41 EST WAMLGFs2 No.738137 Reply
>>738123

I remember it flopping at launch and didn't pick it up until towards the end of last year after they had added just about everything they had originally promised. On the positive side I'd say it's attention-grabbing, well optimized, and beautiful. While the flight controls are very sluggish, and you don't have much control over your throttle other than the differing extremes of various onboard thrusters, the transition from deep space to orbit and surface is pretty fuckin' sick. There's a broad variety of things to do in the game, but nothing really has enough depth to be rigorously engaging.

Like the guy below you said, the combat is outright disappointing. Like the guy above you said all the planets have the same general functionality and all represent an interchangeable experience. The game gets repetitive for me, but it can still be fun in it's own way just flying around, trying to survive on different planets.
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Cranky Kong - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 20:49:47 EST uH1vzJOG No.738139 Reply
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I started playing Owlboy
The dialogue and characters are well written and very charming, the pixelart is beautiful and the music is some of the best i've ever heard in a game
But there is something about the movement that feels really off. You'd think after 10 years in development they would have perfected it but doesn't feel great to move your character around. Especially in these little platforming sections that the game has, one specifically I encountered so far where you're no supposed to use your wings. The slightest touch in the up direction while you're jumping causes you to start flying, but it wasn't game breaking and I was easily able to get through that section even with the wings coming out.
Besides that i'm really enjoying it so far, the dungeons and puzzles are pretty fun.
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Saradin - Mon, 03 Jun 2019 22:42:11 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738143 Reply
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>>738137
I think it'll be nice to find a variety of places to sit and chill at in VR.
I dunno about well-optimized, on PS4 Pro my framerate gets chugging pretty bad at times, especially on my freighter because it's loading high definition models for hundreds of base/farm-related items at all times while I'm there.
I hope it works well in VR without losing too much detail. On PC you can just throw money at your PC and your graphics get better, but on console you're sorta stuck with a flat rate.

On topic:
Dug out the Dreamcast, was playing RED DOG but it's super hard and I already beat it once 15~ years ago and I don't think it aged very well so I started up BANGAI-O instead which is still pretty good.
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Prince of Persia - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 19:47:35 EST jVFTEcld No.738176 Reply
PS+ games for the month are live
Borderlands Handsome Collection and Sonic Mania, I already have handsome collection but it's still a pretty good month and now I won't have to get up to switch discs
And sonic mania will be my very first sonic game so I'm excited for that
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Pac-Man - Tue, 04 Jun 2019 20:11:21 EST FnQhUnkm No.738179 Reply
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>>738176
I've had those fkn games for 2 yrs but I'm glad ya'll niggas can play it.

They've fucked up giving up on ps3 and vita games these ps plus games are lackluster as fuck as someone who already has them or doesn't give a shit (Edith). Then again you can't please everyone so what can ya do. I still think Galak Z or Rocket League were 2 of my favorite PS Plus games, fuckin gone are teh days.
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Diddy Kong - Wed, 05 Jun 2019 19:37:54 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738215 Reply
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Elemental Gimmick Gear

It reminds me of Alundra. As the Dreamcast's Zelda clone I'm expecting it to get good as I go deeper in, but it's really difficult with how slow your ranged attacks are and how short your basic attacks reach.
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Waluigi - Thu, 06 Jun 2019 03:29:11 EST /LuG2tyz No.738232 Reply
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This is the funniest thing I've seen all week
He's got a fucking shield for a face
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Basch fon Rosenburg - Thu, 06 Jun 2019 12:49:38 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738256 Reply
>>738215
I want to like EGG but oh man this backtracking is getting old fast on top of spending half my time backtracking to the same dungeon that only has one music track that's barely a song

There's a lot of pathways that you need upgrades to progress through but you can wander into those paths for a long while until you hit the part you can't move through and be forced to backtrack looking for the last fork you missed

When you die you respawn with 35% health so bosses are a lot more difficult / time consuming than need be, especially when a lot are gimmicky and may kill you a few times before you even figure out what to do when there's no visible enemy health beyond their behavior changing

Buh. Maybe I'll just watch a longplay instead and save myself the hours and play more CRAZY TAXI instead.
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James Earl Cash - Thu, 06 Jun 2019 19:03:54 EST xBmWBaJO No.738270 Reply
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Replaying the Saboteur for the fourth time maybe.

Its a shame EA gutted Pandemic and they could never finish this great game!
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Raziel - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 06:51:27 EST OMoVVrNb No.738305 Reply
>>738270
I had finished that game about 2 times, it's a really great game.
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Riku - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 14:36:24 EST RU2NyWN9 No.738321 Reply
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>>732168

Finally beat the sword trials in Botw. Novel experience did feel kind of like filler but made me appreciate the game a lot more. Just gotta get the one hit annihilator and the dlc memories then I'll be ready to attempt a completion of the game.
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Mr. X - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 17:47:04 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738344 Reply
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E.G.G.
This game feels a lot harder than it needs to be for a couple really dumb reasons.
  1. Dying puts you at the entrance of the room at 35% health
  2. Health is only obtained from enemy drops / a very small number of fixed points after getting the Vacuum / shops

Now anywhere that isn't a boss room, this works pretty okay. You aren't put back that far and you have enough health to tank at least one hit in most cases. Now, against a boss, this usually isn't enough health. The healing points are often a good long distance away from any bosses, so you have to rely on enemy drops to heal after a failure, or reload a save which may be quite a distance from the boss. So you punch the two enemies in the room next to the boss, get no health drops, exit, reenter, kill the two enemies, get 5 health, exit, reenter, kill the two enemies, get no health, exit, reenter, kill the t-whoops he hit you for 20 damage that time, get -20 health, exit, reenter...

But I mean... other than that it's pretty solid. I don't think I would recommend it though. It's interesting but frustrating. Like Dark Souls but with more mindless grinding for health.
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Ivy Valentine - Fri, 07 Jun 2019 22:56:21 EST 1PRipo9X No.738366 Reply
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Checking out the urban DLC for Mechanical Warriors: Battle Technology. I didn't get the last expansion but it sounds like a similar deal, pretty overpriced for the amount of stuff. Still, cities are a really cool change of pace from the usual maps

Also Jesus Christ these Attack-and-Defend missions are fucked up, I haven't had many problems taking on missions above my weight class so far, but tried a few of these that were below my level and had to nope out each time. "Oh yeah, make them babysit some buildings while wading across half the map through five waves of equally heavy mechs, that's reasonable and fun."
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Sander Cohen - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 12:15:11 EST xH3Qk3i8 No.738397 Reply
Zoned out in a WoW dungeon, fell off a cliff. No easy way to get back to the group. Uninstalled that garbage.

Why the fuck are people excited for Classic.
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Katt Monroe - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 15:28:44 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.738415 Reply
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>>738397
Why the fuck are people excited for any MMO? Frankly it often just breaks immersion so completely I fucking hate having people in a group. They always get on the mic with really bad audio or start screaming like the spastic useless attention whoring faggots on YT which at this point I'm thinking how to get the money together to just create an alternative to that shitty Alphabetagency owned piece of corporate data farming opinion manipulating trash. God I fucking hate most streamers especially the popular ones. Except Mandalore and RadBrad.

But anyway yeah the one I actually did try was SWL. I want to try TOR but I'm not sure I can handle watching my beloved series get violated in the way Disney probably has done to it. I checked and realized they are all somewhat cartoonish looking character models that vaguely recalls whatever that shitty godawful kids cartoon series they made that Disney seems hellbent on focusing everyone's attention on, and that is not a good sign. Combined with everything else wrong with trying to play anything like an RPG in MMO I doubt it's going to be anything but shit.

As for Wow yeah my post had nothing to do with that. Because I never played it. Because some things in life just have warning signs all over them, and not the good fun kinds. Like WoW. Or My Little Pony. Or /pol/. Or anime. Those things where you just look at them and say "this is evil stuff and I don't want to ever end up like these people."
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Hugh Darrow - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 16:47:26 EST noL7S+Qv No.738419 Reply
>>738397

>zoned out in 5 man where i play a critical role and carry at least 20% of the weight of the party
>noob who falls off cliffs, was probably just LBRS too


git gud scrub i bet you cry a lot in wsg
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Mike Dawson - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 21:58:14 EST T6MhRsNG No.738432 Reply
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>>738423

Priest here and you are 100 percent correct.


>>738424

Don't get smug, you're not people either
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Johnny Cage - Sun, 09 Jun 2019 03:31:41 EST BmMNL7RS No.738442 Reply
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>>738441
i'm just taking the piss at the guy who thinks everyone who plays mmos and whatever else he said are evil except mlp, those guys can die in a fire

i dont even go hard in mmos, i just play to have a good time like i do any other game. maybe that dude is talking about the tryhards who have to min-max everything by level 2 or youre not playing the game right. there are some chill folks out there, you just gotta weed them out because there's a bigger pool to pick with than your twitch shooters or battle royal games

but in the end, pic related. lifes too short to take things seriously, ya know?
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Cyan - Sun, 09 Jun 2019 09:51:11 EST vrQiXcHX No.738455 Reply
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>>738415
It's tough to find that balance of good gameplay, and good community. It's like making friends anywhere else, you've got to be social and make a connection. Sure you'll encounter some people you think are weird or annoying, or even straight up jerks. Build your friend group naturally over time and youll eventually have a lot of fun.

I've been playing Mabinogi a lot lately, which is very social focused. Met a few really cool people and we play every day now, sometimes just hanging out and talking. I think that's a beautiful thing with MMOs.
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Edgar Ross - Sun, 09 Jun 2019 15:05:35 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738461 Reply
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Chad I get you're there to demonstrate how anybody can scooter but I think if your arm is in a cast you probably shouldn't be doing sports

Also tie your shoelaces
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Altaïr Ibn La-Ahad - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 02:17:46 EST S4c8HFon No.738512 Reply
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party hard... 2. i need to play the first one at some point, word is that it's more tuned up than this one. it's fun though aside from one or two max rage levels and some jank. failed this stage at least two dozen times.

you're expected to spill water all over one room and outside it, call the stripper via the poster there, then break a vending machine after most of the guards come in to watch the stripper. the level remains hateful but becomes possible to clear after doing this.
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Lightning - Mon, 10 Jun 2019 03:51:01 EST VOoPeXbh No.738525 Reply
>>738524

Woops sorry my phone lagged out and I pressed the post button on accident. I was saying that I'm playing a whole bunch of games at the moment but the main one that I'm spending most of my time on is Silent Storm. I really enjoy that game. I love the strategy of it and the character animations and their dialogue is great. It's so satisfying to pull off a well played assault. I highly recommend this game to anyone who enjoys xcom or that other game that the name of escapes me now but you play as mercenaries who you hire and carry out missions in South America.

I'm also enjoying Battlefield Vietnam with a weapoms mod that once again I forgot the name. This bloody depression has messed up my memory. Thank goodmess that I managed to fix my desktop comouter so I can play games and take my mind off my pathetic life
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Raziel - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 13:11:58 EST uH1vzJOG No.738744 Reply
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Why have I never heard of this game its really good
The combat feels almost just like dead cells and the world is beautiful
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Donkey Kong - Wed, 12 Jun 2019 23:21:18 EST Mz5DvYKJ No.738763 Reply
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>>738442
I didn't say the people who play MMOs are evil, I said the MMOs themselves are evil akin to being a weeb or furfag or brony or whatever. It's like with heroin. It seems cute and innocent and fun enough until you're sucking some chinaman's dick for a bit more simulation gold
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8hfK3RQs2g
https://www.oddee.com/item_96657.aspx
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/internet-addict-tells-how-world-2098704
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Drunkard Hu - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 12:41:06 EST l1W6H/8m No.738808 Reply
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BL2
I got this game like half a year ago and could never get into it. The beginning of the game is kind of diccult until you get some good guns, but once you're over that hump and free to explore around doing whatever quests you want it's pretty fun
I'm also still running out of ammo all the time, maybe because I suck at choosing the right gun for situations
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Sheik - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 21:31:16 EST 8Gf56vEE No.738825 Reply
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>tfw Kunaev violates Lenin's principles of national policy
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Nemesis - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 23:51:37 EST ikm7fk1H No.738827 Reply
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Cadence of Hyrule.

This game seems to be tailor made for me because I liked the concept of Crypt of the Necrodancer, but found the rougelike aspects of it too hard to progress very far. This one seems to fix that by introducing more Zelda mechanics and rougelite progression to balance it out. Having fun with it.
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Lu Bu - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 08:28:25 EST IcB310ea No.738844 Reply
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MGSV (especially with no HUD and some realism mods) is stealth-action gameplay at its finest. Yet there's still so many ways the game could be improved upon. Strictly from the perspective of gameplay mechanics and how they tie together, control scheme, etc...nothing comes close. I see stupid amounts of potential here as a stand alone Mercenary Rambo Simulator.
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PaRappa the Rapper - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 16:13:05 EST rfuiyioa No.738848 Reply
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>>738844
Replaying NWN 2 and the UI is atrocious but it's enjoyable enough.

Lizardfolk are burning down the farms but Shandra Jerro's hasn't been hit yet. She's the last one. I remember at the end of this dialogue she turns around and sees her house on fire and is like "fuck, good thing I'm a level 7 fighter" and joins you.

However know that this is seconds away I spotted this guy during a few frames while she's talking.
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Dregs - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 16:18:40 EST qrPHyWe8 No.738849 Reply
>>738848
NWN2 is at least fixable if you rebind the keys. The UI isn't the worst that way.
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Cutman - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 18:14:42 EST fedHVc03 No.738855 Reply
>>738848
That is such a great game. Forgotten Realms really needed more big single player RPG's.
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Pitfall Harry - Sat, 15 Jun 2019 21:59:41 EST 8Gf56vEE No.738904 Reply
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bulgaria stronk

Ostalgie

>>738848
I keep trying to go back and replay this since I was super into it as a teen, but the generic story always puts me off. Might just jump straight into a MotB playthrough at some point because I don't think I ever finished the expansions
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Soap MacTavish - Sat, 15 Jun 2019 22:20:07 EST yP0BW1e/ No.738906 Reply
>>738855
Oh man I remember trying to play NWN2 multiplayer with a friend and it was soooooo tedious that the whole game froze for everybody whenever anybody opened up their inventory or talked to an NPC.

Don't get me wrong, the game had a good story and a cool world, but damn was it not really designed for multiplayer.
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Hwoarang - Sat, 15 Jun 2019 22:55:52 EST uH1vzJOG No.738908 Reply
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god damn this fucking witch is THICK
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Lich King - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 04:32:54 EST xH3Qk3i8 No.738926 Reply
>>738908
This is going to sound weird but I your image finally made me figure out what one piece of fetish art I found online was all about.
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Trish - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 04:51:07 EST S4c8HFon No.738928 Reply
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starbound got another update, adds some things you can do. was gonna just load up and look at the new stuff but wound up starting a new game. got sick of running out of food so i bought a teleporter and placed it on an easy planet along with a few structures w/ storage and some farming areas.

>>738926
ahaha
been there. everyone has that moment. usually happens more than once depending on how much filth you've observed.
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PaRappa the Rapper - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 11:15:31 EST FL0qkv/Z No.738935 Reply
>>738934
Posting whatever the fuck this is should get you banned.
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Christopher Belmont - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 14:02:59 EST w5O8WO5d No.738939 Reply
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>>738934
What a strange thing to get that mad over. I'm pretty sure everyone on earth has done the old game box switcheroo at least a few times.
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Great Mighty Poo - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 14:59:10 EST 1PRipo9X No.738943 Reply
>>738939
Oh, you're "pretty sure?" Get bent, fucker. You don't know me, you don't know my life
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Hwoarang - Sun, 16 Jun 2019 18:38:21 EST uH1vzJOG No.738955 Reply
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Katana Zero is very fun. All the enemies are one hit kill but so are you. You can deflect bullets and slow down time. Basically what you do is try to plan your route through the curent screen. And just as I was thinking the game could use a bit more variety it throws a fun boss and pretty sweet motorcycle level at me.
The soundtrack is great and the story is surprisingly engaging for a little game like this
Good stuff, would recommend.
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Ms. Pac-Man - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 08:27:54 EST Gbx4cP4S No.738984 Reply
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Evolution : The World of Sacred Device (Dreamcast)
It's a pretty generic dungeon crawler. It's not bad, but nothing really makes it stand out today. The main character's combat animations are sick though, he's got a big ol' exoskeleton arm that he punches stuff with and it's always satisfying to see.
The padding is kind of obvious but I mean, it's a randomized dungeon crawler so just throwing a few more levels onto the next area is all they can do.

One thing about the DC. The analog stick on the DC controller has full 360 detection and motion, but it will gently lock into the 8 main directions when you tilt it that way, whereas the Xbox 360 / Playstation controller is just full 360 motion, so trying to go straight left/right/etc. is much more difficult. The Switch Joycons sort of do what the DC controller did, but it's very subtle.
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Simon Albert - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 12:30:56 EST xH3Qk3i8 No.738993 Reply
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>>738943
Dude. I'm going to open your CD cases right now. Swear to god, if I find even one misplaced disc shit's going to fly.
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Ms. Pac-Man - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 14:55:34 EST Gbx4cP4S No.739000 Reply
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>>738984
>encounter with 3 enemies that all open with their charm move
>all 3 party members charmed and killing each other
>charm is only dispelled/resisted after player turn
>every time charm wears off one of the enemies uses charm again
>everyone dead
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mystery boy - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 15:49:53 EST fX2e19VR No.739004 Reply
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playing doom 3 with a high res parallax texture mod. I love parallax mapping, it makes me nut in my pantaloons when I see a parallax texture
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mystery boy - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 17:03:51 EST fX2e19VR No.739008 Reply
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oh yiiissss parallax
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mystery boy - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 19:28:50 EST fX2e19VR No.739017 Reply
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Who would'a thought that doom 3 could look this good so many gr4yph1c5
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mystery boy - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 19:30:01 EST fX2e19VR No.739018 Reply
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Also, is it just me or is doom 3 severely underrated?
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Quistis Trepe - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 20:05:40 EST Gbx4cP4S No.739019 Reply
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>>739000
Buh. Getting walled on one of the final bosses. They take away your healer for it which makes it waaaaaay harder than it probably should be. The boss will regularly (sometimes twice a turn) use an attack that deals 1000+ damage to your entire party, and one of the best healing items you can have restores 1000 health to the party. The rest restore less, and my only off healing skill is on my main DPS, and it barely negates the damage from that attack. You can see how this doesn't work.

There's also almost no MP restoring items available. I have exactly one that's a party full heal, and the only others I've ever found restore 30 MP, and my good moves cost 60-100 MP.

If I didn't have fast-forward on this emulator to speed up combat I'd have given up long ago. Right now since the final dungeon is a one way entry I'm forced to grind in this one respawning battle over and over and over and over and over to get strong enough to maybe beat this boss.

If I can't beat it in the next couple tries I'm just gonna hit youtube for the ending like I did with EGG. I don't have time to grind like this, there are thousands of other games I could be playing instead of mindlessly raising some numbers to an arbitrary threshold to progress the story.
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Professor T. Bird - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 21:08:22 EST XTkbRuzQ No.739022 Reply
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>>739019
I remember beating the gcn version as a kid, and it wasn't too hard. But the gcn version is probably easier.
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Quistis Trepe - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 22:35:27 EST Gbx4cP4S No.739026 Reply
>>739019
I read a guide and the trick was to repeatedly use the All Stats Down move one of the characters I never used can unlock since that works on the boss, it basically halved his power which was far more manageable.

There's a bit of an epilogue (that gives you a new debt to work off) but I'm probably not going too deep into that. I'll just start on 2 after a bit.

>>739022
I forgot it was ported to GC, I'm reading that Worlds was 1 and 2 together, and 1 was heavily reduced while 2 stayed full size.
>Also, due to limited disc space, the first part (re-release of Evolution) is highly trimmed down, eliminating almost all of its dungeon crawling and condensing the game's entire plot into fewer, but much longer, cutscenes.
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Mark Sheppard - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 02:36:04 EST 1PRipo9X No.739143 Reply
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After years of occasionally starting the tutorial only to get annoyed by the save system, hacking minigame, etc, and uninstall it, I'm finally digging into Alpha Protocol. It's alright. Doesn't actually play very well, but it has plenty of that old Obsidian charm, and I think I might actually give it another playthrough to see how much stuff actually changes with the dialogue choices.
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Mark Sheppard - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 02:41:04 EST 1PRipo9X No.739144 Reply
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>>739143
Actually actually, actually. Also it crashes a lot
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Laura Croft - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 02:52:26 EST gn9NnRC9 No.739145 Reply
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>>739144
Its hilarious how people still blame Bethesda for how buggy New Vegas is when Obsidian has a long history of releasing interesting but broken af games.
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Isaac - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 04:32:22 EST zRMIfnL5 No.739148 Reply
>>739145
I mean, the Gamebryo engine is still a piece of shit and just adding more and more on top of it like with New Vegas is gonna cause instability, especially when Obsidian had less than a year to properly work on it. Chris Avellone said in an interview that he wanted to use some of the time working on the DLC to go back and help fix up the base game, and would've used some of his own money to help fund that effort, but they shot him down. Obsidian does have an issue with not testing their games thoroughly, but New Vegas was a whole different mess.
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Astaroth - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 07:39:32 EST JaZGEw9c No.739149 Reply
>>739145
New Vegas is less buggy than FO3, and every bug I've ever encountered in NV that wasn't from a mod, was because of the shitty old engine.
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Viewtiful Joe - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 07:43:40 EST aqtFg3r3 No.739150 Reply
>>739148
>Obsidian does have an issue with not testing their games thoroughly
Obsidian has an issue with taking publisher contracts with not enough time to finish things properly.
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Hwoarang - Thu, 20 Jun 2019 20:46:36 EST I+d0TStq No.739178 Reply
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>>732168
Playing Rad, closed beta.

Loving the hell out of it, though I am a fan of the genre Double Fine makes some fucking sick games and I am digging the 80's style.

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