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 No.742[Reply]

Even if Nintendo got almost everything wrong with this console starting from horrible loading times to censoring content, I still find it extremely comfy - the menu music, the forgotten games, the whole experience still has something other consoles do not have.

What are you playing right now? I'm going through Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. I was mad when they showed that it wasn't gonna be a true SMT x FE back in 2015, but a colourful, cool and comfy adventure in modern Tokyo with an idol show business setting is good too.
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 No.974

>>742
mostly use mine for Wii and GC

 No.990

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>>787
So as promised I finished the platinum medals for Pikmin 3 and the only thing left in BotW is find like 350 or so Koroks and defeating a couple of rock bosses+ Gsushi roll, won't move until the file has 100% but haven't been playing that one lately.

And also installed Mario Kart 8 and have been having fun there, but it pains me to say the Deluxe version for the switch seems the definitive version without a doubt.
Will try Axiom Verge soon, seems interesting.

 No.994

>>742
I've been using my Wii U mostly as an emulation machine.
Lately I've mostly been playing the N64 Zeldas! Ocarina was good, tho the early game was a bit boring, and Majora seems very promising so far!

 No.995

>>990
If you get all the DLCs for MK8 on WiiU you should have the same experience. Or is there additional content?
>>994
Maaan I miss the Virtual Console. The New NES/SNES Online is such a step down in terms of content. They must have lost lots of publishing rights with the new generation since all they publish on Switch is minor publishers like Jaleco. WiiU VC had everything, even Turbografx games! Probably with the rise of mini consoles everyone thought it was better to make their own collections/thing and to ditch Nintendo's service.
Online emulator play on Switch is nice though I must admit.

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>>995
Even with all the DLCs there's some big differences between games. Among them is the revamped battle mode, the 200cc time trials, the extra characters such as king boo, inklings, etc. and the comeback of the double item box and also the ability to carry 2 items at the same time. Regarding items there's the feather and the boo which aren't in the WiiU version and there's also the difference in stats between karts and characters, so instead of there being like 8 different "tiers" or so there's like 13 on the switch.

And there's the thing known as firehopping or something like that which seemingly was removed on the switch so even the way to move through stages might have been modified a bit. So yeah, they knew what to add to make it worth it to buy it on the switch.



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 No.1[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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

picrelated
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 No.980

>>979
Oh neat, any mods?
> i can't enjoy videogames the way i used to, my hoarding tendencies have only gotten stronger
Oddly enough I've gotten better about being OK with missing things in games instead of burning myself out on finding/picking up everything

 No.981

>>980
nah i like vanilla

 No.982

I finished Diddy Kong Racing, been a while since I last played it.
It runs beautifully on retroarch, it's so smooth, more smooth than my N64

 No.983

I haven't played a game in a while, but the most memorable game I played recently is this obscure arcade game in which you tear off women's (and sometimes men's or other object's) clothes.
Other than this I've also played Rain World and I'm getting close to the end of it. It's a really fun and underrated game that takes quite a bit of skill.

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>>619
Just got the game in the steam sale and its incredible. Highly recommend.



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 No.598[Reply]

do any sushis still play (or ever had) ps vita? i just got done playing some horizon zero dawn using the ps4 remote play on vita and its the comfiest handheld i own.
what are you favourite games or vita moments?
have you hacked yours?

let's talk vita!
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 No.684

I used to play a ton of Freedom Wars on that thing. I miss that game so much. I was so bummed when I lost it.

 No.813

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>>626
I work at a retro game store, and have only seen one come in for over a year (which I bought myself)
I've been having a blast with the Vita, definitely my favorite handheld of all time.
I soft modded mine, and it can play some RPG maker games and PC VNs.
It runs PSP games better than a PSP, emulates a ton of systems, and is a swiss army knife of retro gaming in general.
The memory cards are prohibitively expensive though, which is a definite downside if you're not using an SD2Vita card.
Currently I'm having a blast playing Freedom Wars, although it gets frustratingly hard near the end.

>>662 you can install VPKs through Vitashell, you can also wirelessly move them to your Vita using Vitashell's FTP function.
There are other methods for installing games, most sites that host files explain the process.

>>651 I definitely reccomend JPKG, Easy RPG, Cavestory is always a good pickup, and you'll probably want the Higurashi VN program which can interpret a ton of VNs. There is also a solid PSP emulator, but I don't remember the name off the top of my head.

 No.814

I have like 7 folders of Vita games. And yeah its hacked. I really only touch it when I'm on public transit though. I've enjoyed it more than my 3DS. I'm still a little mad Sony just let this great handheld die and paid more attention to its big brothers. Being able to play old PSP favorites is probably the best thing about it in addition to its newer shinier games. It's also a decent PS1 emulator and the smaller screen doesn't stretch those games as bad to the point it needs anti-aliasing.

 No.976

>>598
have a fully-hacked 3.68, but the sticks died in less than a year

 No.1001

>>976
You can find replacement sticks from China pretty cheap. Sony was smart and made the sticks separate from everything else. In fact, all the controls are on their own PCBs. ifixit has a guide on doing the repair.



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 No.996[Reply]

This is a sequel to Rolypolys here https://compu-lsd.com/wiki/index.php?title=Rolypolys_no_Nanakorobi_Yaoki

https://compu-lsd.com/wiki/index.php?title=Rolypolys_no_Sekai_Ryokou This game here, on the right. Anyone have any ideas? Where to talk?

 No.997

I don't think you'll have much luck on the english speaking internet, I think your best bet is to check japanese auction sites or ask around in unexpected places for people who might have a copy to upload a disk image.

 No.998

(of course if you're looking for no nanakorobi yaoki [which I don't think you are?] it's up at http://satoarchives.com )

 No.999

Ah made a mistake there, I did. I'm searching for World Tour!
I'm trying to find it on Japanese auction sites, but no luck there, game's rare. And I don't think even if I find a Japanese owner they'll want to rip it, Japanese copyright laws are wack

 No.1000

>>999

Can you update this thread if you ever have any luck? I'm intrigued by all this



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 No.67[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

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.954

>>952
she cute

 No.955

>>953
I just like how her ridiculously edgy coat contrasts with a bubbly teenage fad hat

>>954
Thanks I spent actual money on the hat

 No.991

A Short Hike is one of my favorite games I’ve played recently. It’s only a few hours and is fairly easy. But, the relaxed atmosphere, cute tasks, and soaring as a bird made this game so relaxing and left me in a better mood after playing.

 No.992

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Finished my replay of Dark Souls 1, this time I finally beat every boss (I'd never fought Kalameet or Gwyndolin) and even summoned Solaire for the final fight just for the heck of it. I had a lot of fun and it was very comfy because I know the game well enough that I had podcasts or youtube videos on for background noise the whole time.

 No.993

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>>953
There is a Medamayaki Headgear in Ragnarok Online: http://idavollhoruma.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-326.html



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 No.985[Reply]

I haven't bought the game yet and I wanna hear what more people think of it before I make a decision. The game seems to be getting poor reviews but a fair deal of them look like review bombs from people who haven't actually played the game.

 No.986

Pro reviews seem fine with it, only unhappy with the closed world which is a bit unfair as the story seems consistent anyway

 No.987

i haven't played either of the games, but it seems that from the people's perspective, the gameplay is still dull and they utterly butchered the story

without spoiling anything, they basically shat on the first game's legacy for the sake of a bad revenge plot

 No.988

From what ive seen, its a hallway simulator with all the latest tenets of the New Religion. I will watch a playthrough of it though, looks like a train wreck.
Polite sage.

 No.989

The first one was fine. Dull at times, and with stupid zombies again. But it was beautiful, it probably was the game that pushed ps3 to its computational limits.
I won't buy the second game, we all know why. I won't look it up or watch it either.
Polite sage.



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 No.894[Reply]

Thread for TTRPG discussion and organization.

# What is a TTRPG?
TTRPG, sometimes TRPG, stands for TableTop Role-Playing Game. It includes big names, like D&D, and much less heard of ones, like Song of Swords. The rule systems run from extremely thorough, with rules for things like how many Thai chilli peppers you can eat before getting ill, to so broad as to be nearly nonexistent, with only basic guidelines on how to play. In almost all systems, the key component that sets it apart from video game RPGs is the presence of the Dungeon Master, Game Master, Referee, etc. They help to adjudicate edge cases not covered by rules and create exceptions to the rules in favour of fun, meaning a TRPG has much more freedom of action than a normal RPG.

# Where do I play?
Generally, TTRPGs, especially niche ones without large player bases, are played in-person, but there are also sites and apps that allow you to play over the internet and find groups. The biggest one right now is probably roll20; signing up is free, and as a player, you never need to pay for anything. Other applications include FoundryVTT (paid for by a GM), Maptools (free), AstralVTT (free), and Fantasy Grounds (expensive, but very nice). Some groups even play on Tabletop Simulator, which has the added bonus of letting you play poker or Life before a session starts or if someone flakes.

There's also the potential to show up at a gaming store; if you live in the US, Canada, or Europe, there's plenty of those around too. Gaming stores are in-person, obviously, but they also often boast long-time, highly experienced and confident game masters who are knowledgable at how to best cater to newbies trying to enter the hobby. There are many websites online to help you find game stores near you.

# Where do you get the rulebooks?
You can buy them from places like drivethrurpg, or you can pirate them from https://thetrove.net/. As a new player, you often don't need very many books; both Shadowrun and Pathfinder have relatively complete wikis online with all the setting-agnostic information you need, and Pathfinder even has a setting wiki so there's no reason to buy the books for their content.
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 No.943

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I wanted to avoid this actually but I'm not really sure there's a way to communicate this reliably otherwise
Remember that the game is on Friday now, "sama"game group.

 No.944

>>943
>I wanted to avoid this actually
How come? I was considering saying something about it if nobody else did.

 No.946

>>944
'cause this is a thread for TTRPGs in general and I didn't want to clutter it with announcements about one specific game.

 No.960

>>946
It's fine. A thread about only RPGs in general would be kind of boring. Posting more about something doesn't hurt anyone.

 No.984

The last thing I posted in the server holds, unfortunately, so go ahead and start the pirate run, and we can decide next week which direction to go from here.



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 No.892[Reply]

I don't know how many of you play this, but I'll set up here for now.

picrel: I thought the limited drops would end with the last update, so I panicked and spammed 3-1 pretty much a couple hours before maintenance. ~10 runs in, I finally got my first non-Chitose AV and my first foreign ship! hoping to get Fletcher or Isokaze next as I'm lacking in anti-air DDs, but that drop probably sucked up my luck for the month.

how's your base going, sushi?
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 No.964

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>>962
Well pants isn't something you can wear unless you're a woman, I don't see much point to that.
I just wish my debit card was accepted, it would save me having to go through the loop of charging money to paypal by a third party, since Paypal doesn't accept my card either.

 No.965

>>964
Damn this is a good picture
I always want to play Kancolle when I see the pictures of the girls but then I actually look at the "gameplay" and all interest just drains out of me.

 No.967

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>>965
I personally liked it because of it, you don't need to pay attention and invest a lot on it (except money, that is a literal investment). I can browse imageboards or play something else while the skirmishes happen or the timers fill out.
The only thing that pisses me off is that, you have to put something akin of 50 dollars to have enough space to collect all the ships

 No.977

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>>964
>Well pants isn't something you can wear unless you're a woman
That is very close-minded.

 No.978

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>>977
>That is very close-minded.
It's better that way



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 No.808[Reply]

Sushies into Interactive Fiction? I'm once again looking into it, and I also want to write some.
I like the idea of making a virtual world to explore. I also like it as a medium for worldbuilding. Then there is also it's value as a literary medium. Like a step further from traditional linear storytelling (not to diminish the value of it of course).
Along these lines I ask you, do you have any preferred genre or style of IF?
One specific I'm wondering about is the distinction between a short story with a clear impact and carefully crafted to deliver that impact, or perhaps a long and involved story with several branches on an open world?
There's so much variation here that I'll probably be bringing up more questions in the future. In the mean time feel free to bring out your own ideas, and for those who actually do write, let's get your thoughts on design.
Also, What is your favorite game? Advent? Zork? Hitchhiker's? I'm a big fan of Suspended though I haven't by far made much progress…
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 No.873

Zork is still really good, and "Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle" is hilarious.

 No.874

I started A Mind Forever Voyaging a few years ago, but I never really finished it. I enjoyed the time I spent on it, and apparently it is really famous for its interesting premise (you are basically a cyborg sent into simulations of the future world to witness the changes made by a proposed set of laws) and its bomb ending.
I think I didnt stick to it because Im not huge into text adventures, so I would absolutely recommend it to someone who likes them.

 No.875

>>874
Actually u are more of a robot IIRC, dunno why the word cyborg came to mind

 No.876

So, I ended up going on IFMud and asking the residents there, and from my description they knew right away which game I was talking about. The text adventure I lost that I really liked was called "Losing your Grip" by Stephen Granade. Highly recommend. https://ifdb.tads.org/viewgame?id=folz7olvvczasp88

 No.975

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>>808
used AI Dungeon to get high in a shower and yell at Todd Howard



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 No.947[Reply]

When I was young, my parents didn't have much money, so while I did play games a lot, they were always somewhat old;for instance, my brother and I played CoD 2 (2005) a lot even when MW2 was the big thing. I also fondly remember playing Super Mario 64 and some stuff on the Wii. Anyways, now it seems like the majority of games (big ones at least) are all just FPSs and battle royales and in general a lot don't seem to have much soul. The Outer Worlds just didn't have that FNV feeling. So I've been playing old games and actually having a lot of fun. Got Morrowind recently, which I remember playing a little around the time Skyrim came out/got big. Also a few months back I played N64 LoZ games on an emulator and I think I'm going to do that again. Any other suggestions for older games I might not really remember (or just comments)? Anything goes, these just seem…better but worse in a wierd way.

 No.948

>>947
>Any other suggestions for older games I might not really remember
I don't really play a lot of retro games, but I had a phase back in 2012 when I was 11 and I had just discovered emulators where I played a lot of GBA games. Some games you should definitely check out are "Mario vs. Donkey Kong", "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past" and "Super Monkey Ball". I love the GBA, the games for it have a really comfy vibe to them

 No.949

>>947
Seconding Link to The Past, but also Link's Awakening and the Oracle games (seasons + ages). All incredible games in my opinion, and I think they aged a lot better than Ocarina and Majora's Mask.

 No.950

I like the old Metroid games, and in particular really love Super Metroid. It's incredible for its atmosphere, the sound and graphics are still gorgeous despite the old hardware, and also has good gameplay and exploration. Plus as someone who's fascinated by game design and retrocomputing the way it's designed and programmed is also really neat. My favorite ones after that are Fusion and Zero Mission.

I also used to play a lot of emulated old Fire Emblem games and the F-Zero for the Gamecube, they're both pretty fun.

 No.951

i remember i used to play sims 1 alot because i learned how to mod the game

 No.969

>>947
If you are interested in long-form RPGs at all I would highly recommend Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 (both made by Obsidian, who made FNV). Otherwise anything on the GOG store is awesome, much more curated and DRM free to boot.



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