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 No.39573[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

And so the wizard streams thread returns after a long absence. Feel free to plug your own stream here, discuss active streamers and so on. As far as I can tell I'm the only active one currently, https://www.twitch.tv/stream_wizz (yes I just added another z to the old name, I'm not very creative), if I'm missing anyone just let me know and I'll delete and remake the thread.
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 No.49136

what do you think of noita?

 No.49141

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luna nights first, then tomb rAAAider, then maybe something else, tho i doubt it
https://www.twitch.tv/bozdogan123
>>49136 strong recommend

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attempt at luna nights then tomb raider, then maybe a dominions 4 game
https://www.twitch.tv/bozdogan123

 No.49152

>>49151
never fucking mind, its either wizchan or my internet, but the post refused to appear when i tried to post it, so i just assumed it didnt apepar at all.
sorry >_<

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>>49151
take 2
attempt at luna nights then tomb raider
https://www.twitch.tv/bozdogan123


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 No.47331[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>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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>>49124
portal is extremely dry gameplay wise, they even admitted it themselves
they had to pad it out with story

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>>49130
>they had to pad it out with story
The first game is like two hours long, and about ten minutes of that is story.

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>>49131
More than cutscenes think about how much glados makes the game and what a nothing of an experience it would be without her.

 No.49156

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Actually thinking about dropping this fucking thing. Difficulty so far has been mild, but when I got to the last tournament it got fucking impossible.
The courses are 90% sand or rough, the greens are miniscule and they're all fucked up and the fucking computer doesn't score more than -1 in every single hole. It's infuriating doing half a decent tournament and then fucking everything up because you fell in the bunker in hole 9.

 No.49159

>>49156
Ok I'm actually fucking retarded. What I kept doing all the time was doing about half of the tournament and then thinking "alright there's no way I catch up" and giving up. So I just decided to bite the bullet and play the whole thing, like always the computer started doing -1 or -2 in each hole, but then something weird happened, after hole 10 it started losing points (or gaining?) in each hole. So I didn't catch up to it, it lost so many holes I actually ended up first. I don't know if this is made like this on purpose or I just got really lucky. Now all that's left is getting a couple of badged to unlock the last character.


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 No.44026[Reply]

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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>>46250
This has everything, thanks

 No.47739

Noice

 No.49145

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Any game before 2000 is considered retro?

 No.49158

>>49145
of course



 No.49157[Reply]


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 No.48771[Reply]

are you excited for New Horizons? have you played any other animal crossing games?
I've only played New Leaf and the original. I missed the DS and Wii animal crossings, and heard the Wii one was pretty bad.
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Today's sweep went pretty good. I even got lucky and now have this guy moving in. There's also a cute goat looking character moving in too.

 No.49146

>>48773

>>48847 summed it up. games being pretty scarce on nintendo systems + fear of missing out on a big phenomenon and word of mouth. a lot of people on the internet you can just tell are forcing themselves to look forward to it when it comes out
not saying that the games aren't good and that fans aren't genuinely enjoying them, but it's interesting nonetheless to see that how much fomo can push sales for what should normally be a very niche series.

 No.49153

>>49146
Animal Crossing isn't niche, New Leaf was one of the bestselling 3ds games.
New Horizons sales have definitely been insane though.

 No.49154

>>49153
> New Leaf was one of the bestselling 3ds games

But that might reinforce his point in the case that it was "one-of-the-few 3DS games, period".

 No.49155

>>49154
well it's true, that's why so many mediocre nintendo games are million sellers since the N64 era.



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 No.36308[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

D&D thread.
This a thread about the D&D games that are going on already between a few wizards.
We spawned out of the previous thread with a lot of time and effort, but we're always ready to accept more players.
Writeups of the sessions will likely go here and discussion of the game and system(s) also goes here.
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We resume where we left off. The party is back at domea, haveing obtained a new party member, Golonov. Saren does administration, sorting out the specifics of the peace treaty. He talks to the head of the guild to weave him into his plan. The plan; a minotaur peace, is floated easily. The guild master says he'll bring it up at the council meeting, and he doesn't expect resistance. Saren also meets with Mirabella. Kind and caring, but also sly and perceptive, she grills the suspicious man on the dealings. She clearly doesn't like him, but accepts the plan for peace, possibly trusting the minotaurs more than the aged poisoner and his Apocathery buddy.
Still, they grab the firbolg from the pen, and he transforms. First into firbolg, and then when ready for the meeting, into a minotaur. The true minotaur representative that they were expecting. This gentle giant makes his way into the town hall, not without a few gasps. Mirabella takes her role as chief of the village and greets and makes agreements with the minotaur. They sign the peace treaty and underline with blood. The general terms of the agreement are non-agression, and to set up a trading outpost where goods can be exchanged in neutral territory. So far so good.
Saren leaves them to sort out details and finally the party gets ahead with their jungle adventure. Sense of progress intensifies. Saren does some detective work, trying to figure out what happened to the people he hired. Taking a hint from a carpenter building extra carts/wagons, he accidentally stumbles into them the next morning, since they were delayed by lack of equipment availablility. So they travel together. Fith gets pulled out of the sheep pen at the last minute, having spent 3 or so days ignorant of any politics and just eating grass. He has become the sheep. Transforming back was fairly strange, like a sheep transformed into a firbolg, several hours was needed before he fully reunderstood that he wasn't actually a sheep.
They move on through the plains. Nothing went wrong, and they got to their intended spot and set up camp. Some wagons were here already. The team explained that they were left there by them last time they were here, and this is a fairly popular camping spot.
So the party sets out for the jungle. Jungle. They move north, and it's so sudden, the change in habitat. Just a mile of travel, and it's temporate kind of mild autumn weather in one half, and then humid hot jungle in the other. Permanent sweaPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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He steps out away from the fire, and screams. A sharp pain bolts up his leg, and he awakens the party. He looks down and a snake is attached to his leg by the jaw, possibly unable to let go of its prize. Saren leaps out from his slumber and with the agility unknown to most 70 year olds, slips a rapier blade into the creature's skull and pulls it off. Trey's leg aches and he can barely walk. He is treated by saren, who carefully collects and boils rainwater, and with clean, boiled cloth covers the snakebite.
Morning comes. The party survived their first night. They wonder, quietly, if they will make it to the second. Still, they pack up and move on. Hours of jungle travel pass without incident, the dull wet travel of moist plants, punctuated by moments of unease and fear. But Saren spots creation, or well, creation by man. A square stone block, sticking out of the jungle plants, larger than he is. The writing is too worn to make out, but there is another nearby. Moving to this, a clearing is visible through the dense brush - A stone temple. A ruined ziggurat stands alone in a clearing, covered in vines and history. Almost 30 metres tall, it towers alone in this wild country.
Getting closer they notice an old skeleton at the base of the ziggurat, half covered in vines. They climb. Or at least they try. Stepping around this skeleton, the vine underneath the feet reacts with a lightning snap, wrapping vine around the feet of Trey, barbs pinning Trey to the spot. They party wrestle to cut, slash and burn the vine off, but not fast enough for Trey to avoid an injection of vine poison, a burning liquid that flows up his veins and carves the god known as pain around his heart. He is freed by stabs and slashes from the party. The party looks up at this ziggurat, the stairs covered in vines. There must be something at the top here. They push forward. Again the vines attack, again they send their toxic fluid into the adventurers. And again, and again. Fith uses bonfires to scope the way. The longest stair climb of Trey's life ensues, and he is toppled by a plant as he runs ahead of the cleared area. It lets go after Trey's body gives up, and finds targets anew. Powerful healing magics raise Trey up from the grave, and he is felled yet again. The brave soul is stabilised to his mortal body, and after the vine is felled, he is raised once again with a greater healing potion from his own pouch.
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>>47813
why do these phishing bots show up here?

 No.47815

>>47814
Cause we don't have anything to stop them.

 No.49147

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Hi everyone - sorry for the lack of updates. we've still been running sessions but it's hard to keep writing summaries too. I'll try and get back into writing summaries but shorter.
The dinosaur zombies were slain. Their bodies line the temple. Saren takes the circlet off his head. Or he tries. Again. He feels as if he has been violated, his entire purpose for existence destroyed by it - It forces an assassin, a liar, a spy, to always tell the truth. This old man's days are over. He kills himself in the night. The party thinks that the circlet is cursed and holds off on using it again.
The party continues through the jungle and find a number of groups, mushroom people, cat people, frog people. A frog person joins their party after saren died, and leads them through this terrain. The frog is exceptionally stupid and thinks that the party are Grungs like himself. Well if they weren't grungs then why would he help them? They end up rescuing a number of mushroom men, one from psychotic cannibals that tear up flesh and attach it to themselves in grotesque ways. The party slay all these cannibals. The mushroom man they freed though is mentally damaged by his experience and experiences symptoms of psychotic breaks - which are accelerated by the party. But this acceleration causes his community to notice and he's given proper treatment. He might be okay. Or he might rip off other mushroom people's faces and wear them on his knees. Whatever it is, it is not important to the party.
They find a dungeon that the cannibals were protecting. Inside is a dungeon of the mad Wizard's design. Archibald Thistle made this, and his fingers are all over it. An experimentation lab for domes and fields, the party navigate through it, fighting all sorts of monsters born from Thistle's arcane experiments. They find some magic items and another key piece. They learn some properties about the domes, too. Artificial, mallable, Archibald was experimenting before deploying. Unfortunately, the Grung's pet frog died and so the Grung leaves the party to look for another.
They leave the jungle and meet up with the wagon party they left. A man rides up and tells them that an airship has landed in domea, with the fire mages that Golomov was seeking! Too late since he doesn't really need any now they've left the jungle. He still wants to burn the jungle down though. He hates snakes. The wagon and the party move to domea, leaving the jungle behind forever.
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Least thread >>28403
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I may have burned myself with this one. I wanted to explore every single nook and cranny of this game without any faqs and I have been doing just that. 80 hours in though, and I'm tired of the game and there's at least 4 other bosses and a whole area left to explore (that I know of). I really should have finished the game first and then do this heavy exploration on the second run, then I would have at least seen the ending. Another thing making it harder to continue is that I built a pure mage for this run as all the other Souls games I made the same characters over and over again (guy with a sword that rolls around, pyromancer guy, the usual) and wanted something completely different. This build though means I pretty much can't get a single hit in any boss as all of them can one easily one hit me. The only way I can beat them is to know inside out every move they have and it can get pretty boring doing the same boss 30 times. I know if I take a break I'll just forget about it and never come back to it.
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 No.49129

>>49125
Yeah those puzzles are pretty bullshit, I just put the puzzle difficulty in normal whenever I play SH3

 No.49135

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Trying another game that I wish was a console or steam game and not gacha, plus android garbage has so little space you can only have one or two games at the same time.

 No.49137

I've become hopelessly addicted to Stardew Valley.

Its the kind of game that I'd always thought would be about as compelling and or entertaining as the old phrase "watching paint dry" but I was pleasantly surprised and very happy to be wrong when I eventually gave it a shot just recently.

It only has a few minor glaring flaws due to it's creator Eric Barone being an SJW soy slurper such as fag + interracial marriage + nigger scientist characters that are doubly unrealistic since niggers in the real world simply are not scientists( save for "Token" De Grass Tyson whom SJW's and libtards can't get enough of slurping on his nigger dong) nor do they like living in the boonies/countryside type environment where Stardew Valley takes place since nigs prefer big cities due to all the free gibs as well easy access to goods and services ie they are lazy fucks.

Also the homeless character should be a nigger or a mestizo since even though ALL races for sure can and have homeless members on AVERAGE its going to be a non white you see rifling through a garbage can for your recently thrown away bag of half eaten McNiggers slop and generally not a white person.

"Linus" is of course charming as many have pointed out but the character would be better served as a bald nigger named "Rufus" with a mad scowl on his face whose ready to stick a shiv in you for your tbone steak.

 No.49140

>>49137
How realistic the multicultural aspect is aside, the aesthetic of it really repels me. Brown skin, fucked up haircuts, bulb noses, big eyebrows. Anime removed features until you had an ideal, these modern western indies seem fond of doing the opposite. And yet it still tries to look cutesy, so gross.

 No.49143

>>49137
I'm a big Harvest Moon/Rune Factory fan so I've thought of trying it out many times but seeing the art for the character portraits always turns me off



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 No.40462[Reply]

I seriously want to play fighting games but i fucking suck at them, how do i get good?
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 No.48643

>>48641
SOULCALIBUR VI - Haohmaru Gameplay Trailer

 No.48644

>>48643
Very cool.
If the price for the dlc is reasonably I might give him a shot.

 No.48656

DBFZ 3rd season

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SSF2X Ryu punishes.

 No.49139

>>40462
Find someone willing to teach/tutor you in fighting games.



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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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>>48967
Like as she appears in the game or r34/fan art?

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>>48971
Which game was Cammy the best? She was average in SF2 and SF Alpha.

 No.49067

>>49062
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

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>>49067
Wait, I just realized I have been posting in the Waifus thread and not the fighting game thread somehow…
Whatever

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For me, it's Rainbow Mika.

>>49068
It's cool.



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