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Anyone here play team fortress 2? Anyone interested in the mods?

>tf2classic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDFm8KqHfmQ

>open fortress: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZwJvp3XYbU


I started playing again recently but I just play normal TF2. TF2C is a stupid drama pit so I don’t care much for it.

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Bubble Shooter Classic is a mix between a puzzle game and a classic arcade game


I used to play this shitty flash game as a kid.


Good information. Lucky me I discovered your site by chance (stumbleupon).
I've saved it for later!


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so browser game thread?
best browser tetris right here https://jstris.jezevec10.com/
options for single player in the "Play" dropdown menu.
tower of heaven is a niche old platformer http://askiisoft.com/games/tower-of-heaven/ the gimmick is that it adds rules after every floor (ie dont touch butterflies, controls reversed, jumping kills you, etc)

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Im planning to purchase a brand new prebuilt pc soon as I suck at tinkering with stuff and don’t want to bother learning to build one. Is now a good time to buy? Im not even sure how much money I am ready to sink into new hardware, but Id like it to last as long as possible ideally… Are there brands to avoid, standards soon to become obsolete, any basic trap for retards like me to be aware of?
PC I have right now is from 2011/12 and it was outdated even by that year’s standards, and I still use an old VGA screen from the mid 2000s, I guess I’ll have to ditch it and buy a new one?
I’d also like to know if shelling out some more money on top to get windows 10 is worth it? Again I reiterate I am tech illiterate and will rather spend more for convenience (like having the thing prebuilt) than waste time setting up linux or a pirated OS or something.
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nope, no need to defrag ssds, it could even decrease the longevity of your device


can i use the windows 10 disk cleaning software thingy then?


i don't know about that tool because i don't use windows 10. if it's just clearing unused/temporary files or whatever then i suppose it's fine, make sure it doesn't delete anything you need though


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I want a desktop but everyone is pushing laptops. Argh!


Personally I use CCleaner but the in built windows one is good enough I suppose.

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The first big one being, how many games do you finish a year? This is the one I really want an answer to. Getting some answers/feedback to all the others provided below would also be appreciated.

How long is your backlog? Does it feel like a burden to you & do you chastise yourself for not clearing more games that you have on the back burner? Are you like me and is it an obsessive matter that you can't shake even if you want to? Do you find anhedonia makes finishing games or working through your backlog immensely difficult? Do you even bother with a backlog?

Do you feel as if time is running out, either with your current life situation, or with society at large, and you'll never get around to playing certain games you might really enjoy? Do you ever procrastinate playing these sorts of games, even if you know you'll probably enjoy them, merely because it feels like too much effort?

Do you still enjoy gaming? Do you bother to play a lot of different games, or do you just stick to a couple old reliables & don't bother with the rest? What about the classics? Have you played them all? Do you even want to play them all? If not, don't you feel like you're missing out? Is FOMO a concern when gaming for you? Is FOMO a concern in other forms of media, like films or anime or whatever else?

Do you ever have the need to prove yourself when gaming? Does a sense of pride or validation from straining yourself ever factor into how effectively you're able to enjoy yourself? Do you care about how well you do, even if it's in a non-competitive experience like a single player game? Are you like me and, at least in a subtle way, push yourself so you can meet your own standards and therefore feel better than other people because of how good you think you are?

Do you find your skills degrading as time goes on? Are there certain genres, or games, that you simply couldn't see yourself as playing anymore?

Did you ever waste a lot of time playing stuff you didn't enjoy? Do you still find yourself doing this? If so, do you feel as if that has partially hindered your ability to derive satisfaction from the past time? Do you feel anhedonia is inevitable? If so, do you feel as if anhedonia becomes a new normal & that it will forever hang over you like a dark rain cloud, even outside of gaming?
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>Out of all of them, I could probably delineate it down further into the ones that I particularly liked or enjoyed the most, but I'm not sure what the point would be.

Such lists are helpful to the person making it because it helps you organize your thoughts about the several games you have experienced. Having a top list also helps with picking your next game to play since usually from such lists patterns arise and you notice a studio, genre or theme arising from your choices. Besides it's fun to do really, to reminisce on your past experiences. In your case it's actually interesting for other people as well, given the fact you finished many hundreds, perhaps thousands of games.



>Having a top list also helps with picking your next game to play since usually from such lists patterns arise and you notice a studio, genre or theme arising from your choices.

Perhaps that might be true for others, but I can't really say that's what would be the result for me. A personal "top games" list would, by & large, simply feel like a chore for me to comprise. I also can't say that there'd be much insight gained from the process either. In my case, there'd really be no point. Even if I did decide on a few games to fill it out with, it would only lead me to the same sorts of "classics" I have such a hard time with starting now. Again though, I'm also just lazy. Too much effort in the end, either way.

>Besides it's fun to do really, to reminisce on your past experiences.

Yeah, agreed. That's why I keep the sort of more "general games" list that I do now, the one being that I already posted. I prefer a more complete picture of my habits, instead of one that's simply cherry picked. It leads me to cringe sometimes, looking at some of the trash I've endured here & there, but, again, it gives a clearer continuity to my gaming related habits. Both for myself to pick over and even others, should they wish to take a gander at it.

Even with the benefits that lists or various other bits of information bring, it's still hard to gauge what one might like, or might not like. Having just finished Saya no Uta, I hadn't really thought I'd get much from it going in, being that it's simply a visual novel and all, but I actually quite enjoyed it. Does that mean I should check out more visual novels? Perhaps, perhaps not. In the end, the fact that I played it at all was simply a fluke. An ephemeral whim that simply came to me out of the blue. The sort of thing that's totally unsummonable under any other circumstance. That right there is my real problem and it's an utterly intractable predicament. It's like I'm sitting here in a boat without the wind necessary to send it moving in the direction I want. As a result, I simply have to wait for another fluke of some sort. A unique sort of fluke to send me playing a game I know that I should play and that I'll probably enjoy. As was, again, the case with Saya no Uta, whose installer had sat on my computer for quite sPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


I play online games vs randoms sometimes to just get a reaction.


>how many games do you finish a year?
none. can't get into them. might replay an old game for a few mins or days at most just to remind myself of something.

>How long is your backlog?

Don't have one anymore. Watched everything I want to death. Now into surfing/ pathfinding as some kind of shinto ritual thing. Have to make it my own thing. Rather, impossible to avoid.

>Do you feel as if time is running out

Only felt this when I was young, likely from parental/ society pressure. It's something most serious people realize is false.

>Do you still enjoy gaming?

Not really. They aren't on the same wavelength and heavily restricting.

>Do you ever have the need to prove yourself when gaming?

This never came up even as a kid. I just pursued whatever was fun. Eventually got fixated on 'hard' content and ran out. Only thing left is arbitrary 'sports' ways of playing in team games or speed running. It's a viable thing to pursue but I have better things going on.

>Do you find your skills degrading as time goes on?

Reaction times/ memory recall/ strategical thinking. Stuff I don't care about.

>Did you ever waste a lot of time playing stuff you didn't enjoy?

Not in the past. Sometimes now when looking around for the next thing. The anhedonia dissipates as I get closer to what I should be doing, which is rarely games.


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Playing Animal Crossing

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I miss a thread related for retro games. Lately I've played Zelda ALTTP. Post here rooms for emulators or about …
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This has everything, thanks




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Any game before 2000 is considered retro?


of course

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in this thread, ask other wizards for game recommendations

i am looking for a game that is
*single player
*not normalfaggish
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Im playing the first one and it’s pretty nice, but I’ve reached a point (5-7hrs in) where the characters won’t stop talking, there are cutscenes every couple minutes and the game doesnt really open up yet. I don’t care much about the story so it’s starting to annoy me a bit.


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>implying STILL not done
>after all these years

I couldn't beat the sequence part of the second one anyway.


I have no idea what to play next. Help
I want a third person single player game with good story and preferably not RPG
I have a toaster PC (Win 7, 1GB VGA, dx 9.0c)


Max Payne
Soul Reaver


What wiz above me said, also Resident Evil 4 (you don't need to play 1-3)
The Suffering
Silent Hill 1,2,3,4

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I get 1.5 months off from the corona virus memes so I figured it would be a good time to play some single player games.

Specifically what I'm trying to find are games that are:
1. Playable on PC (or emulatable on PC)
2. Games that are beatable and have an ending (e.g. Half-Life 2, Dark Souls, etc.)
3. Not so much looking for niche genres (e.g. 2d puzzle, simulation, etc.)

Obviously a lot of games fit this criteria, you can probably think of about 10 franchises off the top of your head, but it would be interesting to see some non-franchise obscure titles if you know of any. Just solid single player games "beatable" games.

Pic related is a game probably no one here has heard of. It's a decent game for the time and it fits the criteria. I'm sure everyone here has played a couple random games like this. I'm just trying to make the most of my 1.5 months of NEET.
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you mean like kind of unknown games that are decent? I think Freedom Fighters fits the bill.
Red Faction Guerrilla too.


I remember liking that game a lot, but so many people were butthurt because you couldn't die.


90% of franchise games will have better story than all your "obscure" stuff.

maybe this:
American McGee's Alice
The Darkness 2


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Dynasty Warriors , Samurai Warriors, Sengoku Basara and Warriors Orochi have some of the best entries emulateable


Anyone ever play the jrpg Legend of Dragoon it was on PS1 it was the first RPG I ever played and I have to say it was probably the best one I ever played very interesting plot very great gameplay very engaging game to play anybody ever play it?


Yes. I was born in the early 90s and bought this game for my birthday in either 2001 or 2002. It was my first RPG and I completely fell in love with it, and while I know now that it was a shameless attempt by Sony to cash in on the success of Final Fantasy 7 I still love this game and have I the OST on my phone.

I'll post a few tracks you might want to rip and listen to with headphones on.


Now for some Soundfont changes. I really like these.







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What locations in games do you wish were real or wish you could see for real? What reason do you want to see that place be real?
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oh my bad accidentely pasted it from clipboard. Just ignore it haha


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i liked the starting island from kingdom hearts. i was really dumb so i spent a few real life days here before i ever found that cave you were supposed to go inside. gives me peter pan fantasy island vibes or something

pretty much any videogame with islands, floating land masses, or tiny living spaces. i like those places a lot


I actually like the first village from the first game a lot.


Fighting Game Stages are the best & the worst


One word, Myst

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Ok wizards
I wanna play games and shoot the shit and post cool music and just spend time
So made a steam group where we can do just that


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Dude I come here because it's anonymous. Steam is not anonymous. Shit, I thin I'd even prefer discord cause I can easily make a burner account for that. Why not use tox or mumble if you're insistent on this?


its not like youre posting your national id nad card number on steam, its just a prof pic and a username


Moved to >>>/b/460513.

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