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Remember to keep it cozy!

Captchas didn't work. Sticking to janitors while we try to think of something else.

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Exercising with Mamiya!
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Basically it's a shadowboxing rhythm game. You hold the joycons in your hand and do punches in time with the music.

There's also a "battle" mode where you beat up outlaws (by successfully completing rhythm combos). The outlaws don't really fight back though, they just stand there and shout stuff like "ABESHI" when you knock them out, or trash talk you if you mess up your combos.


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Even if you have no friends or family…Kenshiro is still here for you.


You wa shock!


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Nice jacket, bro


Video game version of the wooden dummy practise?

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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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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


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


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Been having a go at Anchorhead recently, really improves the mood to add a backing soundscape, it's set in a rainy coastal town so this ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppYmntFVY3g ) fit really well. Haven't gotten very far, but what I've seen I like, only gotten stuck a tiny bit, I'm not very proficient at adventure games so most times I try them out I tend to do so. The good atmosphere in this one is keeping me motivated to keep at it without looking at any hints or guides though.


This thread is the first time i heard of the idea, besides a few meh text-based android games. The idea of how they work sounded fun so i checked out >>872 and had a blast lol really nice content
Im curious about what i can find on the genre, gonna try the ones on the thread that sound more surreal


I want to write a text game where you're in charge of fixing a malfunctioning spaceship that is drifting through space. Half of the game would happen in the empty corridors and rooms of a dark and silent ship humming with the sound of machines, finding missing pieces and so on, the other half would take place in a console trying to "debug" what is wrong with the different systems of the ship.
I should probably use inform, though I'd also like to write it in a lisp language.

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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/?

This day in history, January 23:
1556 – The deadliest earthquake in history killed about 830,000 people in Shaanxi Province, China.
1793 – The Russian Empire and the Kingdom of Prussia partitioned the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth for the second time.
1915 – The Chilembwe uprising, regarded as a key moment in the history of Malawi, began as rebels, led by a minister, attacked local plantation owners.
1942 – World War II: Japan began its invasion of the island of New Britain in the Australian Territory of New Guinea.
1968 – USS Pueblo was seized by North Korean forces, who claimed that it had violated their territorial waters while spying.

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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?


>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.


Command & Conquer forever!


What the hell there's a /gsg/ here
Are we all W&B?


can one of you 2018 people look in the moqugasume hastebin and tell me what the russian piracy site is that i forgot the name of

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I am looking for PC-98 games to try out. I am not very familiar with the platform, but I know it is filled with obscure retro maximum fun. I have played Touhou 5, and Peret em Heru (pictured, translated), both excellent games.


Windows 98 ran visual novel games just fine.


Sex 2 on the PC-98


if sex is so good

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Been trying to find this. Looked for auctions and nothing. Know a guy who owns it but they have no interest in ripping/sharing the game, because Japan's copyright rules are trash. Pic related


Well rip. Does anyone know where I can post?


Buy/borrow it from him?


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Sorry for the necro, but the game was finally found!



A few years ago I smoked a lot of pot and thus found great entertainment in commentated professional gaming. The way commentators direct your attention and point out important things or just give background information on the players, maps, strategies and so on is really captivating and can enhance the experience of the game a lot.

When it comes to games I haven't played myself, a good commentator, giving explanations on game mechanics and meta, can completely shift my view on the action and appreciation of skill involved. This is prominently in speedrunning the case, where the beauty of tricks or glitches often only comes to shine with the knowledge of how to archive them.

What are your favorite e-sports?

For starters I recommend this post-match analysis of a game between Rapha and Cooller in Quake with Rapha himself explaining everything.
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cool video. i find it interesting that the one of the best ways to for terran to combat zerg is through a bio build with almost all marines and medics. That's very intruiging from a meta standpoint, thinking of the origins (starship troopers). Humans can hold their own with the worst of bio-plagues!


i was real big into TFC back in the day. anyone got the rent vs shark on openfire ?


EG Momochi vs MCZ Daigo Umehara - Stunfest 2015 Grand Final - CPT 2015


The tf2 competative scene absolutely sucks because the format is fundamentally broken, the scene is dominated by basically just one team and has been forever, and the meta is incredibly stale with very little will to experiment. Nonetheless, I think it can be one of the most thrilling esports with highly pog moments.


b4nny is a genuinely nice guy but yeah. Wish the game was playable in pubs.

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

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I've been playing the Sonic games for the first time. 1 was kind of rough but 2 was fantastic. Going to CD now.


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I'm playing around with Open Surge; an open source Sonic-clone/game engine.
I really dig how the physics feel, and the game is very easy to modify, so I've been trying my hand at doing some game design. Right now I'm still just testing out how to make and apply assets, but it seems writing new mechanics and interactions will be pretty easy when I get to it.


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I'm playing Atelier Ayesha and I think it's very cute but also atmospheric.


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Playing Pathfinder: WotR from Owlcat, a CRPG (so like BG, DOS, and NWN)
Very well-written, some of the better companions I've seen in ages. Also mandatory buffstack picture.


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I've been playing a lot of Cyberpunk 2077. While it's definitely a flawed game, it's nowhere near as bad as I heard it was before I got it (I like to pick up "bad" games when they go on sale and check them out for myself) If you're interested in the game I would say get it, but keep in mind that it's not perfect and the "100% redeemed!" people are kinda lying imo.
something that I thought was really neat about the game but is something of a spoiler is that the main plot sort of psychs you up into thinking the game is about making it big in night city before they drop the real themes of the game on you, which is about accepting death as a part of life, what defines identity, and what it means to live and die within an uncaring society where life is cheap.

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peak game


How difficult is it to pick up? I've read that you have to pick up a guide to fully grasp it at first.


The final section is the most tedious shit I ever done in a game holy shit


Played for about 15 minutes. Couldn't get through the first dungeon thing. Kept getting eaten by the first enemies you encounter. Decided to quit.

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


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.


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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Monster Hunter co-op on pc? What a sweet dream.


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I've been playing World on PC a lot as of late, after beating Alatreon in 3U.
Got to Nergi but he one shot me. If there is anyone that wants to go huntan' my steam account is this one
(mind me, I wanna go huntan', not just get carried).
Also, I main HBG so I hope that isn't a deal breaker
My timezone is UTC-3

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Some stuff happened to me recently, and lately I've found I do not enjoy violent games anymore. I just go to a bad place if I spend too long killing virtual people. This includes the "non-lethal" violence of mercilessly beating the shit out of people, or forcing them to take sleepy-time drugs against their will.

So let's talk about games that are non-violent, or at least have interesting non-violent gameplay options.

Thief 2 immediately comes to mind. Yeah, you can bean people in the head with a truncheon, but that's not at all required to finish the game (I think). Feel free to correct me.

OG Mirror's Edge is also a really good one. I think the art is beautiful, and I really like running the levels over and over and over trying to do things slightly faster than the last time. I guess this is how racing games are in general, though I haven't played many beyond Trackmania Squared.

Funnily enough, I tried to play Asscreed II non-violently: just focusing on the collectibles, touring the cities, learning about all the history and architecture, not killing anybody. Unfortunately, since I didn't already have a post-story save file on hand, the violence required to advance the plot and see new areas kind of burned me out and killed the whole experience.
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Sim City


Viva Pinata. It's a game about attracting living pinatas to your garden with plants, terrain, scenery or other pinatas. The game has some child-friendly violence with predators hunting prey, or smacking an unwanted visitor with a shovel, but they explode into treats when their health is depleted and reform themselves outside your garden perimeter.


Boku no Natsuyasumi


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Disaster Report
It's like a survival horror game without the guns or (non-disaster related) horror


Just a heads up, the optimization is terrible. I've given it a go this summer and I've had a dreadful experience, though it still can be fun if you're willing to look past that. :)

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