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did anyone here use this one ever? Casually knew that Doom & Destiny got its graphics from it.
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>unless you're able to code many things for yourself, and if you're someone who can do that then rpgmaker is probably not the engine you want to use.
So if i know C++ and use SDL2 i can do better than it, at the cost of boilerplate code? Anyway programming and even art, especially pixel art like in this case is rather easy compared to music synthesis.

I can waste an entire day and write 500-1000 sloc, i can do the most simplistic sprites by painting normally at a large scale then shrink to the desired size and patch it afterwards, but i can't get into music at all, i have no talent. How are you going to make the music?


Same way I did the art. I'll sit in front of the computer and grind on until something I like comes out.


Damn. I thought there was a special trick to it at least. I'm thinking of taking piano lessons, maybe those will help me a little.


If you stop to properly learn everything you need to make a game you'll never make one wiz. I think it would be better to learn how to use flstudio or some other software you like and focus on doing content you'll use for your project. I really doubt you need to know music theory and piano in order to make some nice 1 or 2 mins long music loops for your personal project.


From what i got from that short piano lesson was that the composition is indeed subjective and the most you can do is follow some rules about tones and their placement and try your best until you get something pleasing to the ear.

I'm now halfway through a introduction to synthesis from the 80s https://invidious.fdn.fr/playlist?list=PLQ04PwFvui1BCUAE9wxmOqHE51mrDv8Ui
and i must say that it explains very well since in like 10 minutes i managed to create a decent sample by modifying a sine wave with audacity. I will try to make more and then glue them with OpenMPT.

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What are some FPS you like?

What are some casual and easy FPS?

Which have the most massive epic MMO battles?
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It's a very fun game, but it's multiplayer. It can be legitimately scarier than most horror games.


Damn, I am actually getting somewhat close to getting most of the achievements in CS:GO.
Only have like 30 to go. Got most of them because I use the bot modes to learn maps and practice my fundamentals. But so I play the bots so often I slowly racket up a lot of the achievements. Including many of the rare ones.
Maybe my next day off I will grind the two rifle achievements I haven't got yet, then focus hard on getting grenade kills so I can get the super rare all weapons mastery achievement. Only like 2% of players have.

I think the grenades ones will be the hardest since even a direct hit only does 80 damage to someone with armor. No clue how I am going to get a 3way multi kill with one other then a total fluke.


Just download a achivement map from steam workshop and get them with minimum effort.


*any achivement


Why the flying fuck would I ever do such a thing?
The whole point is to play the game more not less.
It's fun earning stuff that makes you work for it. Plus it it pushes you to play the game in ways you haven't before. Like I neglected the AK because I was never a fan of it's recoil pattern and how finicky it is about how movement effects first shot accuracy. But in going for the achievement I am pushed to master it.
What is even the point of a achievement you didn't earn?

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This 28 year old game is finally translated into English. It's my childhood game. What e
lse can I say?

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So what other Wizards think about it? Personally I played it completly and I liked it.
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i played it in 2015 and didnt enjoy it. i think i would have enjoyed it as a little kid playing something like undertale on my gameboy. it wasn't fun playing on pc and i didn't really like the story.


And 2018 is when tumblr banned porn and it’s culture moved to Twitter, becoming widespread *everywhere*


I have still never played the game, I can't get over the fanbase being retarded plus the weird tumblr characters, and I doubt I would even enjoy it at this point in life. From what I've seen in gameplay clips the pseudo-deep story looks like it was made to appeal to kids and teenagers, and I'm getting well past that point now


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I have beaten Undertale at least 5 times. The first was completely blind, where I feel I 'messed up'. Went back, did it 'right'. Then did it 'very wrong'. I still wanted more. I tried beating hardmode, but it turns out that isn't completely implemented. Then I beat it on pacifist again just to try a few more things. I bought it on switch and beat it 2 more times, once for the exclusive content and another for completionist sake of trying to find everything. Its one of the few games I ever felt like I really wanted to explore. And yet, for Deltarune I just am not very interested. Maybe I just want to play the full game when its out or something but I have no interest following its development beyond chapter 1, which kind of felt like I discovered everything on the first playthrough.

tl;dr phenominal game, best game of 2010s


The story is, from what i remember not that good due to the lack of advanced plot elements like tension, urgency, cohesion etc. You fall into the underground and your goal is to go back up but for that there is way to much dialogue and way too many characters that have nothing to do with you (All except Toriel) that exist just to pad the game with endless dialogue (that could be easily compressed) especially Alphys. 1-2 hours in and you will forget what was your purpose since your character (Frisk) has no character development or dialogue by design. No one else cares about your mission until almost the end, except Toriel which stops being plot relevant after the first area. If you were to remove the references to the underground/overworld you could have a totally different plot based entirely underground and the later parts like the core could be set up for a different goal.

Contrast this to lets say Cave Story which does this too but with a smaller relevance and for a limited time before remembering you what you're supposed to do through plot progression events.

Its structure is unfortunately made in such a way that if you end up liking it like i did, you will certainly enjoy it till the end. If you didn't, you will see the issues that you otherwise wouldn't see if you were imersed, which also happen to start being visible on the second playtrough. For example i remember how annoying Alphys is calling you every 2 steps in order to tell you something you will forget 5 minutes later, even though this wasn't a problem on my first playtrough.

As for the depth and appeal, when i played it as a kid in early 2016 i really felt that the story is unique and interesting but i didn't put much brain tought into since back then i was too dumb for anything story related and would pretty much skip all the talking and move straight into the gameplay if it was a different game, but not for this one since i really liked it for some reason. If i were to play it for the first time right now i would still like it but probably wouldn't go past 40% of it since i have much less patience now.


Its amazing to me that my 2020 gaming PC far exceeding the recommended GPU benchmarks, struggles to get 60fps on games from 2010-2015

Games are such ridiculous resource hogs. No wonder PC gamers have to construct supercomputers to process them.
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What do you guys think of series x. Got one for Christmas and its a game changer. Load times are almost non existent, can play 5 games at the same time, and if you get gamepass ultimate then your pretty much set.


I have one,it's good, much cheaper than a PC too and with very good performance.

But people here hates consoles for some stupid reason so prepare to get shit for liking it.



>Everything I disagree with is bait


More bait

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What's the best metal gear game in your guys opinions?
If you say shit like Metal Gear Survive or Acid im gonna buttfuck you
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1 > 3 > 2 > 4


>Getting those versions to properly play on a modern computer is a pain in the ass way bigger than just using an emulator.
It really isn't at all.
It was a totally painless install and I had no issues on any computer I played it on.


>It was a totally painless install and I had no issues on any computer I played it on.
Well lucky you I had to jump through a lot of hoops and in the end it didn't even work properly with my controller, with the emulator it was just Download emulator, download ISO, open iso. The controls were even pre-configured for xinput


pcsx2 can be a bitch depending on the game, but as I understand the PS2 was quite a peculiar piece of hardware, and it's all we got anyhow.


It isn't just the hardware but also that some of the games use that hardware in very strange ways and are held together with hacks and hardware exploits to get it to do what they needed. Which doesn't easily translate in emulation.

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The last time I upgraded my GPU I bought a GTX 1070. All these years later and I still feel like I don't need to upgrade anytime soon, runs everything I play perfectly… not that I give a shit about the latest AAA titles anyway.

20XX wasn't worth the upgrade to me, and 30XX is probably the last graphics card you'll ever need so congrats if you got one for a fair price.
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I have said it before and I will say it again, right now with current GPU prices the best value for money is a console.

For $500 you get a fine machine similar to a RTX2070 with support for 5 years, that's completely unthinkable in GPU's.

The only exception would be if you live in South America or eastern europe where consoles are far more expensive and if you're gonna pay $1100+ may as well get a GPU.


hope you stay safe ukraine wiz
you really think so? some games used it well, super mario 3d land has the standard 3d effect where everything pops out and there is the depth mode, that one toyed with my brain because the levels sink into the screen


If you want a toy sure. Unless you can install a real OS on those machines they're worthless. Modern gaming is terrible and you can't even emulate on them.

VR has been dead for years, same way 3D had. It's a neat gimmick but it adds too much complexity over using a standard TV. 3D belongs in the cinema where you go to see a fancy effect once in a while then move on with your life. It doesn't belong in the home where minor positioning can ruin the entire experience. The 3DS dropped 3D entirely pretty early, it's best feature was setting it on but 0 3D so it dimmed the screen and caused less eye strain.


I can emulate on my XSX just fine using retroarch, up to certain PS2 games and pretty much everything before that.


In three to four years time full body tracking with haptic force feedback gloves and omnidirectional treadmills are going to be standard consumer devices. The headsets will be thinner, lighter and with better pass-through and higher processing power. They will have eye-tracking and lenses that don't cause distortion with fields of view comparable to what the eye can see naturally at resolutions where you can't see any pixels. VR is growing like crazy. The quest 2 outsold xbox last year. Comparing it to 3D TV just shows how little you know.

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Does anyone else really enjoy playing sports games? Pic related and NFL 2K5 are the best ones ever made.
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which year are you playing? the latest i have is ncaa 13. i'm wondering if it's worth it to buy ncaa 2013 or 2014.


I am playing '11


oh i made a mistake in my post, '11 is what i have as well. super fun.

ncaaf 14 for ps3 is over $150 on ebay for some reason lol. '13 is only $20 though. i'll buy it to see if it's any different.


Hell yeah wiz it is super fun it is one of the best in the series imo. And 07 was great as well. I remember I enjoyed one of 13 or 14 whichever one had the Texas running back on the cover. I think that '14 is 150 dollars online because wasn't that the last ncaa game they made?


What team should I do a dynasty with on NCAA 06?

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