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What do you guys think of the game? I'm personally in love with the constant dread and characters.
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played through it about a month before the Coronavirus hit. That whole part where you learn what happened to the world on the TV made me replay it.

Also, I didn't understand the first puzzle when you meet the 2nd robot you can talk to. Him, or it, constantly screaming and sobbing while I struggled to progress the game got to me.


Just finished it. I loved the plot, setting, characters, dialogue, and the puzzles (for the most part). The real treat was Simon and Catherine’s interactions, and the philosophical conversations about technology’s capacity to preserve human consciousness (and whether such a thing is a worthy goal).

I found more of a horror element in the setting, traversing though dead undersea bases and so forth. I also felt quite disoriented and panicky when walking the ocean floor, wondering when/if I’ll even be able to make it to the next location.

A very good game overall. Would highly recommend.


The game is awesome, the ending is literally perfect, it is true horror, I couldn't even imagine a fate like that, it's nightmare fuel. I really liked how the devs made the game so frightening without using cheap jump scares or other silly crap like that, but truly a psychological horror on a subject most people have probably never even contemplated. Yeah it is a walking simulator, puzzles are pretty easy, but it's still really good as you're meant to read/listen to stories and logs that provide the lore of the world which slowly lets you know what's really going on, it took me about 10 hours to complete. I probably won't play it again but still I'd give it a 9/10, only issue I had was a couple time enemies would be patrolling an area in which there were lots of data logs and computers to read through but I wasn't able to really read any of the stuff in that section of the game because I'd get killed, would have liked if there was a way to contain the enemy so that I could have went through all those logs.


My favorite horror game, just wasn't a fan of Simon's antics. I didn't like his voice or his feeble personality. And him lying to Robin Bass annoyed the hell out of me.


I like how they promoted this game with a succubus

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I've started a new modded Terraria playthrough in expert mode. If anyone is interested, join the steam group at https://steamcommunity.com/groups/eventv

Pirated clients should be fine as long as you have a steam account and Terraria (or thereabout) with tModLoader I'm still working out a better way to connect but steam should do for now. The mods will download automatically if you try connecting through tmodloader.
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Building a little town for the NPCs


Feel free to post any of your own builds that you might want to show off. No one seems to be interested in playing so we could at least use this thread for that; I'd like to see what other wizards are building


Looking good


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thanks wiz


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Be honest, is the Seventh generation of Pokemon really as bad as people say it is?
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About as hard as vanilla iirc, so pretty easy


Can someone explain to me how one can like GEN II+ pokemon titles?


The same way one can like gen 1 or 2.


Because they took the ideas of Gen 1 and 2, solidified and added to the mechanics as they went (gen 1 especially is today regarded as a buggy mess), on top of updating the series every few years with scores of new monsters to use. The mechanics became solid enough for a competitive and fluid metagame to develop. They always did/cared enough to hold onto sizeable chunks of existing fans while drawing some new ones thus stayed successful for 20+ years with the same fundamental formula.


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Does this include HGSS? With the exception of the level curve HGSS eclipses GSC in everything else.

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This are my favourite kinds of games. Really cheaply made games, often free or very cheap, that you can tell were made for love not profit. The kind of things you see for free on sites like Itch.io, the fanwork games sold at Reitaisai or Comiket, the silly, cheap mods of larger games like TF2's mario_kart or trade_plaza, the gaming world's equivalent of the music world's "lo-fi", essentially. While I'll enjoy AAA games and big budget releases, cheap and obscure games will always be my favourites.

Does anyone else feel like this?

Please refrain from political shitposting about Gamergate esque indie dev drama, that's not what this is for.
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This, I hate it when people on here say 'uh hur dur 2hu is too normie bro', its a really fucking good series, and normalfags don't know anything outside of the mainstream games, and the literal 10 year old shitpost/memes surrounding the first 10 games.


Bump, been loving this thread for years.


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I've been playing 毛塊 before bed, if you have a phone give it a try. They had this game for years on there then the thing disappeared from google play for a whole year. Now it's back up again.


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I played through 4 free indie games today that you can get off Steam. I'd say all 4 had their merits. I'll list them below.

#1 - September 1999: Very short horror game that only lasts for about five minutes, but has good atmosphere and also no jumpscares to worry about. Has a found footage aesthetic. Neat little experience. Similar to another free game called The Static Speaks My Name, which I'd recommend checking out as well.

#2 - When the Darkness comes: Stanley Parable type game about anxiety and depression with a bit of a horror aspect to it that has a length of about 40-50 minutes, but can be replayed for different endings. Bit of an in-cely feel to it at times, but has some otherwise good/unsettling segments in it that actually feel relevant to being perpetually socially isolated and struggling with mental illness and thoughts of suicide. The developer speaks as the narrator and has a very thick (French?) accent and sounds like he's about 16 years old which can also be quite distracting/annoying, so fair warning on that. You also have the option to just hang yourself at the end, which I appreciated and is the only ending I chose, or cared to see.

#3 - Burning Daylight: LIMBO/Inside type sidescrolling adventure game set in a neon laden cyberpunk dystopia that lasts for about 30-40 minutes. Pretty high production values for a free game, which is commendable. You don't really do much except walk to the right and take in the scenery, but it does that sort of thing well enough and has good atmosphere to soak around in while taking note of the environmental story telling going on in the background. Reminded me a bit of that show 'Love, Death, and Robots', in the sense of it being almost like a playable segment similar to the likes of the stories you'd see showcased there. Would be interesting to see it become a full game someday, but it's a solid and complete experience as it stands.

#4 - Answer Knot: Short first person narrative that lasts about 25 minutes. Kind of annoyingly normalfag at first, since you play as a guy listening to your wife's phone messages that she periodically leaves you while stumbling around some house and interacting with items based on what she's talking about while inevitably seeing photos of their obnoxious normalfag life plastered everywhere, but the game picks up once the actual story/strange events start coming into play, which takes roughly about 5-10 miPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


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From the same developer is 30秒マン. If you're interested in shmups or any other kinds of games that involve dodging, this game is a nice way to practice that. Rather than having free movement or a jump or anything, you constantly hop back and forth between the ceiling and the floor while Metal Blades come from the sides. There's three stages and each stage lasts 30 seconds, although there isn't a scoring system or anything. Just last 30 seconds and you're done.

According to the in-game rankings, only 37 people have beaten the game on Hard. I might try to beat it, too. It would be cool to have tangible proof that I'm one of only ~50 people in the world to have beaten something.

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Do you guys have any good lets play channels to recommend? id like some background noise that isnt zoomer cancer


yeah right, like boomer cancer and all other cancer is any better


why bother with letsplays if anything can go as background noise


Let's plays are cancer.
Put on a longplay or an ambient album.


If you want background noise vidya related things, I actually recommend you chedk out some SNESdrunk stuff, he's published a number of videos besides normal content that are things like "3 hours of relaxing SNES music" "3 hours of upbeat SNES music", it's great.



39daph is the only twitch streamer i'll watch occasionally

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Anyone here played this game? I ordered it. Arrives on Monday. I love hiking so I think I'm going to enjoy it.
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u can pre order this piece of shit on steam, something over 60 bucks in my country
fucking LOL


You’ll never get any decent death stranding thread this game is cursed by zoomies who got sick of kojima dick sucking. I’m not sure why of all the games that doesn’t make sense this is exception Making any sense is isn’t justifiable.


Liking hiking is not a prerequisite for liking this game. Boredom is.


Haven't played the game but this song isa banger


it's a shame you can only play music in your base, i know it's for the player to feel the loneliness of sam on mission but it could have been cool to add it at least when you finished the game. i haven't followed latest updates tho so they could have changed it

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>Discuss games here that don't deserve their own thread.
I'm changing the scope of the board's general slightly this time. Let's discuss anything related to video games that don't deserve their own threads.

Any wiz here ever made something with RPG Maker? I'm seriously considering taking a plunge for the next year and make a serious attempt at making one RPG Maker game. The thing that is stopping me is thinking about better gaming engines like Unity and how far would I get in those if I spend a year messing with them instead.
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>try to get into rpg
>play for a couple hours
>drop and delete


Thank you I will join it.


Did anyone play RUST? I want to give it a try because of the supposedly toxic community.


They fucked up with Cyberpunk - first-person view makes some people nauseous.


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if you mean this,
its a boring game if youre on your own.
i once found a house, and could hear someone inside. i typed on text chat, "open up, i just want to talk to you"
then said on voice chat, pretending there was someone with me
"i think were gonna have to breach"
"yeah get the c4"
the guy in the house got out, i killed him and stole his place.
so yeah. its full of assholes.
that was years ago though.

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Let's discuss the ups and downs of various female characters from a couple decades back. What did you like about some? Hate about some? Ideally give an example of both in addition to any responses to others ideas. I'll start off with the Donkey Kong Country games. This isn't a furry-themed thread or anything, it's just a really great example I can think of of the contrast that can exist even within a single franchise.

Candy Kong was this repulsive ditz and the only female in the first game. She was supposed to be "eye candy" but I just found her an infuriating aspect of the game which I enjoyed entirely in spite of her.

Dixie Kong was nice. She just randomly joins her friend Diddy in a much more terrifying world than in the previous game to save his mentor who she basically didn't even know. Despite being a lightweight like Diddy, she made for interesting play. Her hair could hold barrels overhead like DK used to require 2 arms to do (wtf her neck muscles) while Diddy was stuck holding barrels in front of him. Her hair could helicopter to slow her descent from falls, which was really useful in sticking landings. She wasn't as fast as Diddy (who could tap into the Speed Force if you lined up a series of cartwheels into opponents) and made cute "ow!" noises when she was hurt, and would cry, it was endearing. A strong female who didn't want to be put on a pedestol but who was still cute and feminine. So much so that she actually became the star of the 3rd game in the series with that faggot down-syndrome Kiddy Kong cousin because DK and Diddy were kidnapped by a scientist.

The TV series adaptations kept Dixie similar-looking (but much less adventurous, which I didn't like) and gave way to much focus to Candy, who they changed the image of and gave more personality, but it was still annoying, like some kind of hip hop negress.
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Hard to say, but when it comes to the meta it could be argued that she is almost overpowered when used well in SF5.
Though I like her redone CPS1 Theme in Hyper Street Fighter


Wait, I just realized I have been posting in the Waifus thread and not the fighting game thread somehow…


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For me, it's Rainbow Mika.

It's cool.


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SF2 Cammy was low-tier


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SF Zero3 poses are as 90s as you can get.

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i want to buy an old console but i don't want to buy games for it
i am a poor neet who can't afford to buy games
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took hours but i did it. 3.60 henkaku enso whatever.

…i don’t really know what to do with it now though.


Not that wiz, but some of my favorites are: Monster Hunter, Katamari Damacy (although the controls are kinda weird due to having only one stick), Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles, Persona 1,2 and 3, Patapon, GTA: Chinatown Wars.


Can you give us an overdrive link of them?


I'm not sure what you mean, if you wanna download them I usually use cdromance


I was just looking for a collection of your favourite games i could download

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This is a thread for sharing free game deals you find on the Internet.
Not free games, but specifically promos or ways of getting legit keys of otherwise non-free games.

You can get Watch Dogs for free if you install Uplay (Ubisoft's platform), launch it and click on the banner advertisement.
It's unclear how long this promo will last.
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> let the wimps hide in their blanket forts and fantasize about their ideal imaginary waifu anime succubus who wouldn't look at them for 2 seconds if she was real.

now, now, now, don't be so sure about that…


Not going to lie, I am exactly the kind of dork to do a bit like that with the light up glasses as a goof.


Hitman: Absolution free for another ~63.5 hours.



You probably got malware instead also


thanks for this. i've been playing it this past week. it's probably the first single player real "Game" made by an actual game developer i've touched in years

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