>30 year old boomer
there was a baby boom in the 80s? news to me…
It’s a crappy 4ch meme
don't read too much into it, its just 30+ oldfags
Incredibly comfy image.
was considering posting this, glad i checked first and that someone else did. it is easy to mod in content as well
Isn't it crazy how alienating the modern internet is?
If you ever wanted to feel alone and like you're staring into an empty void, just read internet comments and the people will make you feel the abyss. It's like they don't even exist as people…
>Just a bunch of meaningless outsider memes as a thread
Go back to shitchan
Duke Nuken - A kid at school introduced me to this. He said was the coolest game ever. It turned out it was pretty good indeed. There were even naked succubi in it you would believe. I never got past the first stages for some reason, I can't remember now.
Age of Empires II - This is the game I played after school to relax. I would put everything on the easiest settings and just build walls around an area and create a rural utopia where everybody is happy and soldiers never need to go die in some god forgotten part of the map.
Jagged Alliance 2 - The one I played the least in this list. Very charming and captivating game. I could never get very far in it because I kept reloading every time one of my mercs got killed. I just liked those guys too much to let them get blown away in the field. To this day I've never seen the ending to this game.
Simcity 2000 - The comfy simulator. I've done pretty much every possible run in this game. The relaxed rural society, the megametropolis, the subway addicted city, you name it.
XCom Apocalypse - The first game I ever talked about it online. The people older than me and long time fans of the series would make fun of me for liking Apocalypse over the previous entries in the series. What can I do, it was my very first X-Com. I didn't even know it was a series when I first played it. To this day it's still my favorite. I also suck at it I might add.
Counter Strike 1.5 - The first and only regular job I had in my life was working at a cyber cafe, back when these existed on pretty much every corner. All I did was playing games there and ate junk food. I didn't quite like Counter-Strike but EVERYBODY would play this. And I mean EVERYBODY would play it. Not only that but they would ONLY play CS. So I ended up playing a lot as well. It's funny how I remember wanting to play something else but now I look back and feel a huge nostalgia kick for the old Counter Strike. Back in those days everybody was complaining how fucking awful CS had become with the recent 1.6 release. Cool times.
This was the first game I ever downloaded. At that time, i could hardly believe an entire game could be DL'd to a computer, but it was possible.
Serious Sam: The Second Encounter was probably the FPS of my childhood and early teens. I'd have to go back in time like you did but so far this is the first thing that pops up.
With mouse and keyboard I might add. Never got a joystick
I love that game so much.
Also Gothic 1 and 2
Jagged Alliance 2: Never played it before, such a great game.
There goes my weekend.
You know I played up until the last mission and then dropped it, some day I'll finish it. It's really great although a bit too easy.
Why not AMID EVIL or/and DUSK instead of that?
It's a matter of taste, I think all three are great.
yeah, actually you're right. I'd have loved Ion Fury but the man character is female so, it's a no from me
> character is female so, it's a no from me
Does it really matter? Nevertheless, it runs on the Eduke32 engine, and mods will surface sooner or later. If you are lucky there might be a male-player-character mod in the future.
It doesn't really idk, I just don't like it when it's a succubus who goes guns blazing, funny enough I played Mirror's Edge and I really liked it, finished it twice but as i said
As for the mods hopefully, but I'm not really sure about the male main character thing because of the voice acting stuff.
Dragon's Dogma is great>>46910
The character's one liners aren't even funny which for me, is half of the appeal for those kind of games.
I loved Spellforce. I played it a lot, usually I would make forts and have my characters live there and protect the town from monsters that would invade. It wasn't how you were supposed to play but that's how I had fun with the game
in theory, shouldn't all games on this board be 30+ games?
Christ, you're pathetic.
i think that video belongs in the interesting video game videos thread
How are these boomer games?
my guess for why the wiz posted kenshi:
can pause the game and control time
real time strategy squad/god game
tactical thinking is rewarded
old fashioned user interface
the thread does say "some new shit worthy of attention. None of that zoomer shit." and it doesn't seem like zoomer shit
What do you mean by boomer games? Gamer boomer have played in their youth or games a boomer could play and enjoy? If it's the latter I definitely see why an older guy would enjoy Kenshi, not sure about Soma.