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 No.67[Reply]

Hey sushirolls. What are some of the comfiest games you've ever played?

I recently just finished playing Va-11 Hall-A for the first time. It's not really a game by everybody's standards but it was really comfy and a great experience overall.

I'd totally recommend it to anybody with a rainy night, some tea, and time to waste.
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 No.538

>>72
I just finished this one a month or so ago. Really good stuff.

 No.541

>>462
I used to love playing Outrun 2 on the arcade machine they had at a cinema nearby, but they've since demolished it and I can't find it anywhere else anymore.

 No.544

>>541
I hear the Xbox version of the game is pretty good. Not sure if it translates the arcade experience well. I've only ever played the Xbox version, and I love it.

 No.550

>>544
I didn't know it was ever ported to consoles, I'll check it out, thanks

 No.551

>>550
It did get a couple ports, though as far as console versions go Outrun 2006 is usually the more recognized one. It's basically a combo of Outrun 2 and the arcade-only SP tracks with a campaign mode of sorts and some other stuff, and most notably it got a PC port that more or less works out of the box. From what I heard, 2 still has some stuff 2006 doesn't so it's probably worth trying out both.



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 No.512[Reply]

I set up a Minecraft Lost Cities modded server to play around with. Take a look. It's a mapgen mod, so the world is an auto-generated abandoned city in all directions. If there is enough interest for me to find donors, I will add some more features and plugin support. Currently it is otherwise vanilla, with 12 player slots.

There are skyscrapers, highways, bridges, tunnels, subways, and other structures. Forever. Treasure boxes and mob spawners are scattered randomly about, making it a very hostile world with infinite exploration value.

IP: 142.44.222.37:25582
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 No.545

I join for an hour here and there, I was a complete newbie but getting better

>>540
Thanks again for the iron armor, I learned to craft it myself now

>>542
I think it's fine, maybe lacking surprising structures (or maybe I haven't explored enough yet)

 No.546

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>>545
I forget what it is called, these small areas of nature located within urban areas (I think they have a name). I think those are really nice to find. Small pretty areas of nature.

 No.549

Someone complained earlier that since mobGriefing was disabled on the server, villagers can't farm or pick up / share food. I looked into it, and I was able to re-enable mobGriefing while specifically disabling creeper and enderman griefing using plugins. So villager stuff should work now.

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This gigantic structure is the Purple Tower. Accessible from a bridge that connects to the roof of the spawn building, this tower is filled with teleporters that provide quick access to interesting locations throughout the server. If you make a super neat project I can add a teleporter for it to the Purple Tower. The bottom floor has a directory posted.

 No.554

I have tweaked the map generator settings. Now newly explored areas further from spawn have much more wilderness, with cities a somewhat rare occurrence, making for a more rural setting on the outskirts.



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 No.259[Reply]

Are you ready?
Don't update your systems if an update pops up!
Hack it!
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 No.504

>>503
Once you've CFW'd it, Homebrew Launcher has a direct menu option to launch a region-locked game.

 No.505

>>500
Yeah it's great. Been playing a lot of the fan translated puyo puyo and got a bunch of people I know via irc in on it too.

 No.511

If I hack it, is there a snes emulator? That's all I really care about when it comes to hacking a console, emulation, especially if it's a snes emulaor.

 No.535

>>511
Yeah, there's BlargSNES and Snes9x, both very functional. Old 3DS and Old 2DS do struggle with enhancement chips tho. Other than that it runs most games fine, and there's also emulators for most retro consoles (stuff like GBC, NES, Mega Drive, etc) and native support for GBA games

 No.536

>>511
>>535
If you've got a new model you can also inject your snes roms into the official nintendo snes emulator. They only used it to release a few titles on n3ds, but I hear it runs really well.



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 No.513[Reply]

hello sushi lets share some cool freeware games.

i'll start

white chamber - a cool point n'click adventure game set in space
http://www.studiotrophis.com/site/projects/thewhitechamber

ben jordan series- a point n' click adventure where you play a paranormal investigator
http://www.grundislavgames.com/benjordan/

irisu syndrome - a cool japanese tetris-like puzzle game with a cool story
https://www.vector.co.jp/soft/win95/game/se463417.html
english translation patch for the game -> https://www.mediafire.com/file/nlujzb91wjl0bu7/IrisuSyndromeENv2.03.zip

 No.514

also foss games are welcome to

 No.516

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If you're looking for free games, there is a MASSIVE uboachan thread full of them https://uboachan.net/og/res/1838.html

A couple that aren't on there however:

>Mason Lindroths games

https://masonlindroth.tumblr.com/games

>Strangethinks games

https://strangethink.itch.io/
https://mega.nz/#F!Jz4zwQTJ!2cmt1v83Yh5kHaYKrgjnZQ (The ones in the mega were deleted originaly by Strangethink, these were salvaged from a now-dead forum post about the lost Strangethink games a while ago for Uboachan, I especially reccomend Error City Tourist)

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Would there be interest in uploads of old Win95 and DOS games?

None of the companies save Microshaft still exist anymore to raise stink on copyrites.

 No.518

>>517
I've currently been going back and playing some DOS, Win95,Win98, and early stuff that came out during the XP eras.



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 No.413[Reply]

Thread music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atD8coOkWso

I'm really into racing games.
There's something cathartic about constantly improving yourself and shaving milliseconds off of your time, becoming perfect over each iteration over your run.
The physics start feeling just right, you feel the car sliding to corner at a perfect apex on a dime, what a feeling.

Who here likes racing games?

I own a bunch but I identify racing games I play the most into three categories, they're all good for different moods:

Semi-realistic racers:
Rally racing, circuit racing, if it gets too realistic the physics become cumbersome, but it's nice being focused on the weight transfer of the car.
Examples: Sega Rally 2, Dirt Rally, Colin McRae Rally, Gran Turismo.

Mindless tuning racers:
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Racing games are great fun. Been playing Wipeout VR recently and it's crazy how much of an improvement it makes over the normal game. The depth perception and sense of scale make it so much easier to judge corners. It's kind of a shame that all the unique ship designs have been changed to a single chassis across all ships for the VR version though. Surely there could have been a way to work a cockpit view into the existing designs. I've gotta try Dirt Rally with this headset too if I can get it hooked up to my PC properly.

Also super excited for Drift Stage and Burnout Paradise Remastered on PC.

 No.496

Burnout 3 anyone?

 No.498

>>493
>Drift Stage
What's the status on that? The last time I heard anything was early last year when someone sent me the backer build and confirmed that the physics are still complete bunk. It's a damn shame too, I like the concept and the soundtrack is absolutely spot on, but the gameplay itself just feels like a substandard Outrun 2 clone and it just isn't enjoyable.

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>>498
I only ever played the pre alpha they released way back and loved it. I don't do kickstarters so I never got to play any of the recent versions. I'll be disappointed if they ended up changing the game for the worse.

They just released a backer update yesterday ( https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1910344764/drift-stage/posts/2158029 ) so the game's still in active development. Hopefully we can play it sooner rather than later.

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>>413
Birds of a feather.



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 No.456[Reply]

Alright, i'll be the first to ask… anybody playing Monster Hunter World on PS4? anybody don't mind doing co-op even if I don't have a mic?

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 No.458

>>456
Personally I'm waiting for it to come out on PC.
I've got a couple of people to agree to play with me when it comes out. It will be the first time I will have played MH multiplayer so I'm pretty excited.

 No.459

I personally couldn't wait for PC myself. Between PC delays, fucking around with steam controller support, and PS4 exclusive content I wanted, I caved and got the PS4 version. You've got more patience than I, and I promise you, you will be rewarded, because MHW is FANTASTIC. Literally the best it's ever been.

 No.460

>>458>>459 I meant to reply to the post, god damn it.

 No.473

>>459
I've heard from other places thats it's been really streamlined and casualized with easy to spam combos and very predictable monster attacks. Any truth to this or is it just the usual shitposting.

 No.485

>>473
To be honest, it has been a lot easier to figure out monster patterns. I wouldn't say it makes the game easier. As far as streamlining, whether or not it makes or breaks the game is dependent on your preferences. If anything, the first real problem I ran into was the amount of monsters at launch being so small,thankfully, combat is fun enough for me to not care about what i'm fighting, as long as i'm fighting.



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honestly I just want the first post in this board so,
what are you playing right now sushirolls?

picrelated
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>>474
There was a pretty big sale on steam, so a lot of new people are getting into it. I myself bought a 4-pack to give out to people.

Also, you main Painwheel? That's a respectable main, her combos can be hard to handle.

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>>475
this is a friend's screencap, and yes they have linux on their ps2

>>477
recently i've just been playing characters i like, regardless of how hard they are. also sometimes, the character being difficult is cool so i want to play them more because of that. I tend to play characters that are more difficult because of that as well. I like juri from sf alot even though shes conventionally hard to play. shes really cool and the fact that shes a challenge is just really fun to me

 No.479

>>478
Yea, I see that I guess. I'm a filthy Peacock main, so I wouldn't know anything about challenging characters.

 No.480

>>479
did u see that one guy who was using solo peacock in a top 8? forgot when but i watched it live and it was wild

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>>480
Solo peacock? Now that's something I want to see. I'm best at Peacock when I'm going duo with Fortune.



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 No.437[Reply]

We don't have an official steam or discord group. If anyone posts in the thread about any "official" or not steam or discord groups, promising MP or not, be sure it's a shitposter group known for organizing raids and shitposting in the thread. They are known for false-flagging.

How fares your empire, /gsg/?


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 No.441

>>439
/gsg/ has always been the comfiest general tho (˙u˙)
>>440
EU4 is agreed to be the old flagship that's very beginner friendly. Stellaris is the new flagship that's arguably better and even more beginner friendly than EU4. HOI4 is too beginner friendly, so only play that if you're really bad at games. CK2 is way more in-depth but not as hard, so that's usually the natural progression. Vic2 and HOI3 are seen as the ones that have the highest learning curves, but they're both very rewarding once you get it. HOI2 gets an honorable mention for still being fun to play despite being 25+ years old.

 No.442

>>441
>25+
meant 15+

Otherwise you also have AGEOD games which have some mechanics you have to figure out first, but then plays very easily (also the graphics are gorgeous, so that's always a +) with AGEOD Civil War being seen as the easiest to learn.
For advanced players there's also Gary Grisby's War in the East, which is more like west point simulation software than a game.

 No.443

>>440
For the love of god do NOT play Stellaris

 No.444

Weirdly enough I only go to 4chan for /vg/ to get torrents and download links so to see this thread here is pretty suprising. But anyways whats with the fakey general image being posted around lately, is someone trying to shill their mod and decided to post it here because they got banned or are people legitmately trying to discuss grandstrat games here?

 No.445

>>441
>EU4 is agreed to be the old flagship
>EU4 is old now
How time flies.
I remember back when it launched I would play as England and lose against France no matter what I did.
It makes me sad when you get to know a game quite well, but doing so takes the magic away a little.



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 No.395[Reply]

hey sushis, I went to a game tournament last week and it was fun! I didn't do so well, but I loved talking to people about video games and stuff! have you guys gone to tournaments before?
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 No.409

>>408
ooh i play sg too, whats your team?

 No.410

>>409
I played Parasoul and Fukua. I'm more used to playing guilty gear, so knowing how to play and keep track of three characters would have been a bit overwhelming.

 No.411

>>410
yeah I can understand that, I play solo Val so I can rely on the ratio to make up for my lack of assist combos :P

 No.412

>>411
beowulf is pretty fun, especially once you figure out his OTGs.

 No.430

I impulsively took on someone's offer to tag along with his group this coming FFX because of a Koihime side tourney though I've never been to one. Now I'm scrambling to get good at UNIST since I thought I might as well make full use of my visit there. I'll probably get bodied though.



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 No.149[Reply]

I'm new here and things seem sort of quiet so I thought I'd make a thread anyone could post in pretty easily: old school favourites.

Everyone's got a game they loved from a time gone by, so let's talk about them!

Here's one of my all time favourites to start us off: Crystalis on the NES. It felt so much smoother than any other game I'd played around that time and you were so free to travel around, the magic was interesting and the world was constructed so well.. I almost wish I could forget everything about it so I could experience it all over again as if it were new.

It was sure a good looking game for the system too.
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 No.195

>>169
Earthbound is truly nice. The battlesystem isn't even good, and so on, but it still holds a special place inside my heart.
I can't even describe what it really is. Maybe it just stimulates my sense of adventure; Especially a type of adventure that is set in the modern world, and is actually fun, wacky, and lighthearted (well, lighthearted most of the time).

 No.394

>>192
whoa, I played this one. It was on a Namco arcade pack for the PSP.

 No.400

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my favorite game of all time, dragon quest 8, is around 13 years old. funny, considering it was on ps2 and i've always thought of the ps2 as a modern console my whole life

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>>150
>>152
Contra is one of my favourite games, I started speed running it recently (badly). The quality of the control in the game is excellent, even by today's platforming standards. I do like NES games, but Contra was a gem floating in a sea of shit for a long time for me. I always felt as though the majority of the difficulty in the games stemmed from the horrific controls.

I'd recommend hunting down the Japanese version (Gryzor). It is almost identical, except for a few cutscenes scattered throughout the game and a map thingy in between stages that is similar to the one in Ghosts n Goblins. It also has some really cool background/foreground animations that bring the game to life a bit more.

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Myst is incredible, I wish I had gotten the chance to play it when it was first released. Despite its age, I haven't ever played another game that can mimic its atmosphere.



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