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 No.58947[Reply]

I want to go get a playstation 1
How should I try to get one. I recently acquired a playstation 2 and I don't really care about having a playstation 2. So should I sell the playstation 2 and go buy a playstation 1 or do a trade off with someone. The reasons why I rather have a playstation 1 is childhood memories and I heard the playstation 1 is easier and cheaper to repair than a playstation 2.
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 No.58949

>>58948
Actually, I'd enter that auction myself if I had ~$70 to spare. Probably not a big enough bid to win though.

 No.58951

>>58948
Thanks for letting me know what I am getting myself into take care of yourself and be safe fren

 No.58956

>>58947
You are aware that the PlayStation 2 can play PlayStation games, right?

 No.58959

>>58956
I'm aware of that. I also am aware that it can also play DVDs. The only downside is that I heard it's not as easy to fix and I can't use a game shark for the playstation one games on the system.

 No.58983

>>58959
Why not just use epsxe with a Ps1 controller and USB adapter? Probably cheaper than buying a ps1.



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 No.54530[Reply]

Any wizards like sports games? Madden 22 just dropped last week. I'm playing as the Buccs with my boy Brady.
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 No.58933

>>54574
The problem with Fire Pro is that its a game made by autists for autists

That also counts for Total Extreme Wrestling?

 No.58934

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 No.58950

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I like the NBA 2k games' career mode where you play as one single player instead of controlling the whole time. The RPG mechanic is neat too.

 No.58952

Dose Tony Hawk count? Never played any of the post-PS2 ones.

 No.58964

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>>54533
Remember when there was no difference between fighting games and combat sport games?
>>54533
This one is fire, did you played the Suda51 DLC?



 No.58957[Reply]

Made a Vtuber AI game and posting it here for you to shit on and rip apart.

Link: https://beta.character.ai/chat?char=SxOW7dHg5RwzSW6julpoZXIQ8FUKnc8pIWHccxQI6ls

 No.58958

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 No.48196[Reply]

hello fellow wizards, i was wondering if you knew some good wizard related audios to listen for long session gaming that doesn't require your full attention like grinding for example.
any recommendation is welcome.
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 No.58926

Sleepycast and Dead Rabbit Radio are my go to podcasts. I know my buddy likes to have movies on in the background. Personally I don't really like to listen, unless playing multi-player I listen to music

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 No.58928

>>58927
listened to a few episodes and the hosts are obnoxious (the one who sounds jaded is particularly annoying) and don't know what they are talking about
i know podcasters in general are dilettante and this is an unserious medium, but come on

 No.58929

>>58928
Either you were listening to the first episodes, which are terrible, or more likely you didn't. myth20c is a bunch of econ/history/International relations graduates and they're extremely well read, although after dark is dodgy.

CIA: Wilderness of Mirrors is one of their better ones

 No.58930

>>58929
yes, that was a while ago



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 No.57572[Reply]

Playing Cataclysm:DDA once again, waiting to see new features from when I last played. Using a square font in my terminal, will probably replace it because uppercase vs lowercase is hard to tell apart.
I'm roleplaying as an old man.
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 No.57699

>>57698
pls look forward to a mc comeback

 No.57755

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Made a new character. He's a serial killer pyromaniac that had to escape from prison to survive. I've been lucky so far and found a bunch of useful stuff early on, a crowbar, a baseball bat (which is now a nail bat, one of the best early game weapons), riot armor in prison, cargo pants, backpack, a bunch of books etc.
9 str, 12 dex, 9 int, 10 per
Being a serial killer he's a good night raider too, he has nigh vision, weak scent and light step so raiding cities is fairy easy (at least the outskirts), especially with that nail bat.
He lives in a pump station close to a city but not too close so it's safe and of course there's a water source right inside the building which is amazing. There was a spider lair nearby but I've burned it. Now that I'm (relatively) prepared I'm gonna start leveling crafting/interaction skills like health care, tailoring and applied science and maybe some electronics too.

 No.57769

I found the game randomly when messing around on my alternate computer. I thought about you then. It looks to be the kind of game where you need to know everything to play, and by that time, it's really easy. It seems hard to craft things and get the stuff to craft it if you're a beginner. I might look at tons of videos and guides before continuing with this game. It would be nice to settle down somewhere and have people come to me for help (if possible). Then, with time, I could have town of my own or something. Sounds cool.

 No.58913

I want to play Cataclysm. Which one should I play? Bright Nights or Dark Days Ahead?

 No.58914

>>57755
that graphics pack looks really really good



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 No.54136[Reply]

Which visual novels have you enjoyed lately, wizzies? For me, I'd say my top VN's were Yume Miru Kusuri (only got one ending, am planning on picking it back up in the future) as well as "Our Lost World Beneath the Skies". I'm still looking for that VN that I can give a 10 on in Vndb, which I'm going to reserve for just one.
What qualities do you look for in a VN? I look for depth, music, and variety, and I don't like sex scenes (for YMK I would just skip past).
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 No.58813

VNs are trash.

 No.58826

>>58812
there actually is a truth to the mystery but the more important thing is that the actual "mystery" itself isnt ultimately the primary focus or what's most important
a shame though

 No.58827

>>58812
i don't think you're missing much. it's horribly paced and waaaay longer than it needs to be. i don't think it's bad, but i don't get why it's so popular.

the ost is amazing, though.

 No.58903

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Subahibi was constantly recommended to me, and now that I’ve mostly finished it, I can see why. It was definitely a reading experience that would be hard to replicate in any other medium, and I haven’t ever really read anything at all similar to it. It’s a somewhat poetic grasp on the ephemerality of life. The closest thing I’ve ever read to Subahibi is Notes from the Underground, where we see the insights of a typical social outcast who provides his opinion on society in general, and I really enjoyed Notes from the Underground, but that novel was much more literary while Subahibi is written in pretty generic prose (except for a couple of moments were the writing was genuinely good). The similarities end there, Subahibi is more like diving head deep into the utterly deranged fantasies of a lunatic, with each chapter providing a new character’s view of the events happening, and the reader is then constantly asking why, what the hell is happening? The first chapter is really quite boring at first, but I think that it has a lot of merit once you finish the entire game, and furthermore the ending leaves the reader with multiple questions about what just happened, each chapter leaves you more and more bewildered with events unfolding that are contradictory, characters endlessly defying time and space by suddenly appearing and disappearing. Another important part of the game is that it adapts Wittgenstein early work Tractus Logico-Philosophicus, which is a rather well-known work in the world of analytic philosophy, but I doubt the common visual novel reader is interested in epistemology.
The main themes taken from the Tractus is that basically that “The subject does not belong to the world; rather it is a limit of the world,” and “The limit of the world is the limit of my language.”
Those might not make sense from just reading them but basically all Wittgenstein is saying that our subjective experiences are ours and ours alone, the limit of the world is each and all of our experiences or I guess they could be defined as the ‘Transcendental Hypostasis”, and that the limit of the world is what language can express; in typical analytic fashion, all meaningful propositions in language is that which can be empirically verified, a proposition that goes beyond intersubjective experience is something Wittgenstein says “Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.”
Those propositions about the existence of God or whatever aren’t meaningless toPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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It took me far too long, but I finally finished AIR. It's a great VN. I just feel so empty. Whether I fill my head with fictional stories, or try to craft real ones, all I see is desolation and emptiness. Well, all I can do is cope with it…

…So, I like almost everything about AIR. It has a great cast of characters. I like all of them. Good soundtrack. It has this desolate setting that fits it well. I like all of the routes, and it has a bittersweet ending. I guess it should have been shorter, though. That's all.



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 No.54389[Reply]

i started to use a mic while playing vidya for the first time ever. usually the encounters are good or i just have people calling my voice retarded but i dont know how to deal with genuine irrational hostility.
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 No.56850

>>56802
Turn off other's microphones

 No.56861

All of that sounds so freaking obnoxious. I think I'll stick to single-player games.

 No.57180

>>54389
use a voice changer or an eq to remove nasal or ugly frequencies

 No.58887

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>find a group of people I get along with
>decide to stop being a mic-less fag
>reassure myself with "nobody gives a shit what you sound like"
>play for a while, find out I was right
>end up playing games with one of them every day for a year or two
>one day she flips out and goes on a rant about hating the sound of my voice
>it's been 5 years and I've never used a mic since
I've since found a new group to hang out in, and as the only nomicer I've become a legend. Some think I might be a celebrity whose voice would be recognized. Others think I'm a cat that plays video games. Some claim I've used voice chat with them when nobody else was around and only they know what I really sound like. It's fun. I want to join their D&D but there's no way that would work out without a mic and I don't want to end the fun or go through the pain of driving someone insane again.

 No.58892

>>58887
Silence is golden.



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 No.58227[Reply]

>tfw 34 y/o and have to solo queue because I have no interest in getting in discord with a bunch of teenagers or early 20 somethings
>even if I did want to do that, if they found out I was 34 I would get ridiculed
Wish I didn't enjoy playing zoomer games like Apex or DOTA. Videogames can be a good cope into your 20s, but if you're still playing them in your 30s you are a huge fucking loser and there is no one to play with.
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 No.58285

>>58227
>and there is no one to play with.
I have never played online or co-op with anyone, and I will probably never

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 No.58879

>>58285
Cringe

 No.58880

I did arena sometimes with people on my wrath wow server and people are wierd as fuck. You lose a couple of matches and then they stop playing. One bad week and they leave your team

 No.58886

>>58227
New gaymin friends have been near-impossible to make because of how flaky everyone on the internet is these days. The only time I've managed to make online friends since the push away from server browsers towards matchmaking has been in MMOs, but unless you're a charismatic chad (i.e. non-wizard) you're probably not gonna be a consistent part of any 4-man splinter groups that go off to play other games. Like getting picked last in PE class all over again, except this time it's for something I care about. I'd love to be able to find a group to play through 4player coop games that doesn't evaporate after a week again. But those days are over.

>if they found out I was 34 I would get ridiculed

literally never had this happen to me though



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 No.56253[Reply]

How do you do the PS3 hair dryer trick? I have the yellow light of death.
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 No.56256

Fellow PS3 owner here have my [+] OP

 No.56355

I think you actually want to take the board out and bake it at like 250 °F for an hour or so to reflow the solder. probably will want to reapply thermal paste when you're done, too. good luck

 No.58871

my ps3 turns on but my tv won't recognize it, any suggestions what to do? it's not the hdmi cable.

 No.58872

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 No.58873

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 No.56210[Reply]

This game sucks. The controls are slippery and stiff, the camera is obnoxious and the graphics are ugly and outdated.

This game is only popular because of nostalgia and shitty memes.
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 No.58846

>>56210
I don't see why saying that is considered controversial.I think the controls are still pretty good for one of the first 3D Platformers, but I feel like the Banjo Kazooie and Spyro The Dragon released a few years later were better 3D platformers.The controls might be "Better" in Mario 64 but Spyro and Banjo have more engaging level and collectable content. I grew up with Mario 64 like everyone else did but I don't feel it's the best 3D platformer of all time.

 No.58847

lol zoomers cant control the camera. my sister is trying to play ghosts of tsushima without learning how to maneuver the camera and its so painful to watch. somehow she doesnt suck that bad and manages to kinda hold her own despite not having full situational awareness… IF ONLY SHE LEARNED HOW TO USE THE CAMERA

 No.58867

I still think the first three Spyro games are overall the best 3D platformers

 No.58868

>>56859
The lack of story and just shooting through hordes of enemies is what makes all the Doom games great even the recent ones minus Doom 3. I start the game no boring cinematic intro to sit and you just run,shoot,find secrets and find the exit.No pretentious story just pure fun.The gunplay is still very good to despite it being one of the first FPS games.

So many modern fps campaigns have boiler plate stories that put me to sleep.

 No.58869

>>58868
This is the reason why I also love games like quake and painkiller, those are shooters in its purest form without any unnecessary stuff to it.

Modern shooters are just boring compared to the older and faster skill based ones and they contain all kinds of crap that doesn't even make the gameplay any better.



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