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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.

 No.1006

I have actually played TLOU2 and it was a great game. Most of the bad reviews are from review bombs from idiots who haven't even played the game relying on misinformed leaks (as you can see from this thread) and/or people that wanted a game that plays it safe but also has an amazing story like the first, which it's impossible to have both. I really enjoyed the story (my only complaint is one section of the game was a little underwhelming from a story perspective but it makes more sense later) and I really appreciate the risk they took to try to deliver a great story that could compete with the TLOU and I think it paid off. As long as you have an open mind for how the story could play out, you will enjoy it. The game play was really fun and expanded upon the first game very naturally. The environments in the game are consistently breathtaking and also lend themselves so well to game play. There are quite a few sections of the game with more open areas than in TLOU (though not open world) that give you a lot interesting ways to approach stealth/combat. I guess the only other issue anyone might have is the inclusion of LGBT characters. There are multiple LGBT characters in the game (and were already a part of the series prior to TLOU2 so Idk what people were expecting) and they aren't forced into it as some say; the characters and their relationships fit very naturally. My suggestion: if LGBT stuff bothers you, get over yourself and enjoy a great game, or just don't play it.



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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.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.682

>>681
Looks like it is online. Runs on 1.12.2 (limited by the mods the server runs with), so not the latest version.

 No.683

>>682
Thank you friend
I will be playing soon :)

 No.878

The server works with legal copies only? :(

 No.879

>>878
Currently there are not many plugins for Minecraft Forge 1.15, and there is no way to authenticate logins from cracked Minecraft clients. So, if I allowed them, anyone could just connect as me and have op powers. Allowing cracked clients will depend on a server-side auth mod being developed for Forge.

 No.880

Fun server. Played a few weeks back but have been busy.



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 No.816[Reply]

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

 No.825

Well rip. Does anyone know where I can post?

 No.870

>>816
Buy/borrow it from him?



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 No.830[Reply]

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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 No.857

The Talos Principal is a fun puzzle game that supposes an interesting world and lore, to a rather familiar set of puzzle rules. You don't kill anyone per se, blow up robots on some puzzles I guess.

Quite comfy talking to the computer, just like being on certain image boards, very pessimistic points of view. Lot's of secrets to find as well.

 No.858

This belongs to both this thread and the comfy games one.

Flower and Journey, both by Thatgamecompany.
Both games are your character's lone pilgrimage through their world and interacting only with it.

 No.860

Puzzle games:
- Baba is You
- Zachtronics games [TIS-100, Spacechem, Exapunks, probably the others too]
- The Secret of Monkey Island (Sword fighting exists, but the loser is just disarmed not dismembered. Avoid the sequels if you can't stand cruelty in general)

Platformers:
- VVVVVV
- Fez (my favourite game ever)
- Grow Home
- Monkey Ball (1 and 2 are the best. Avoid Banana Blitz for the wii, it has boss fights)

Other things:
- VA-11 HALL-A
- Minecraft (peaceful mode, it's pretty easy to be vegetarian in it)
- Animal Crossing

 No.862

>>858
They also did Fly, a similar game for ios.
It's beautiful.

 No.867

>>860
Fez owns. Visually beautiful but also thinky puzzly and Rare-ish.



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 No.807[Reply]

Does anybody here play "I wanna be the guy" fangames? Maybe even the original. They are quite fun, i am currently playing "I wanna kill the Kamilia 2" and at the end of stage 6. Share your progress if you do play them here.

 No.812

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>>807
I used to play them a lot
It's a pretty niche thing but I also really like them, the satisfaction you get from beating them is just so good.
Also Kamilia 2 is really fucking tough. I think I started my playthrough in 2015 and took long breaks from playing it because of how tough it was (got stuck for hours on the boss rush)
I just finished it last year with pic related as my death count and timer
Have you tried "Not Another Needle Game"?

 No.823

>>812
Yeah, at 15Xth level on NANG. At boss rush in Kamilia, beat destination and trying crimson now.

 No.824

>>823
Nice, destination and crimson are definitely the hardest bosses.
If you're not already doing it, you should really try to find all the secrets in NANG. It's really worth it for what you get.

 No.826

I played Jumper and Jumper II, the prequels of Super Meatboy and iwbtg I guess. Ogmos jump sound is super cute.

 No.829

>>824
I beat NANG on bad ending going for the good ending.



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 No.563[Reply]

It's so sad that no one is talking about this game. I get the price might scare away the general audience and the fact that action-puzzle games have been tainted by phone games doesn't help either, but this game is seriously a lot of fun! I guess it's cool that the few people who bought this game are also enjoying it as much as
I am, but considering that this is a nintendo game stuck on the switch and the 3ds, and the fact that the price is $50 means this game is probably destined to fail.
If you have a switch and want to play this game, just do what I did! I used those nintendo gold coins you get when you buy stuff from the eshop and knocked the price down to $43.
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 No.568

>>567
In the US new games for all systems have been $50-60 for many years. The only new games that go for $30-40 are re-releases of old games, or games for handhelds.

 No.569

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 No.570

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>>569
And then there is inflation.

 No.810

>>569
Holy shit wtf??? How the hell did Nintendo even make sales with that highway robbery??

 No.811

>>810
What options where there? The Genesis? You can charge whatever you want when you are the only player in the game.



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 No.721[Reply]

What PS2 games are you sushi rolls playing?

Been playing Armored Core 2. So bad From Software won't do another one. Also some DMC as usual.
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 No.758

>>754
Ah Yakuza 1. Compared to the rest of the series now it's kind of clunky, but it still has a ton of charm especially with its lackluster english dub. Still a great entry point, especially with how the series continuously builds upon itself in terms of combat and minigames.

 No.759

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I never had a PS2 growing up, though I do have nice memories of playing that one DBZ fighting game with friends in primary school. I bought FFX because I saw it cheap, one day I'll get around to getting something to play it on.

 No.783

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Been playing Phantom Brave recently. NIS were really good during the PS2 era

>>753
I loved Shinobi, need to replay it again.

 No.784

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Actually bouncing betweeun Gungrave Over Dose and Shinobi atm.

 No.785

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I haven't played PS2 in over 10 years. The only game I would buy for it now is Metal Gear Online, but that's RIP. One of the best games I've played, or maybe it was just cool to me back then and would suck now.



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 No.760[Reply]

Have you played crystal chronicles?
Did you like it?
I've only played the DS games and i loved them, their story, gameplay and music were great.
Any more games like this series?

 No.761

I played the one on the Gamecube, I think that was the first, and the one on the Wii.
The gamecube one was fun and sort of simple. I replayed it again recently and I can see that it is meant for multiplayer but even alone it offers a neat little game of trying to manage your movement options and inventory/attack choices. Plus it feels really comfy like you really are just the guy out on a journey for your town, little bits of lore thrown in like you're hearing stories from people around the area before you go in. So alone it's comfortable and relaxing while still being engaging, can't speak for multiplayer.

The wii one I remember less, didn't remember finishing it or really enjoying it too much but I might replay it eventually.

 No.762

I'd like to when I'll get a ds.

 No.763

I only played the original on gamecube. Beat the whole game in multiplayer a couple times. I keep really fond memories of it. Maybe gameplay it is a little too simple and repetitive, but the atmosphere and the ost are amazing. If you have the chance to play it with friends you definitely should.



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 No.695[Reply]

Anybody watching the E3 down here?
Anything you found funny from it?

 No.696

I'll wait and watch what I think seems interesting later. I'll end up missing work if I watch the live streams.

Hoping to see more sweet stuff for next year. Really enjoyed RE2, even tho I was skeptical of the trailer from last year (too gory to be atmospheric).

 No.697

>>696
There was a guy called Matt Booty on the Microsoft presentation, which was mildly funny

 No.707

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I did not expect the bethesda presentation to end up this adorable. She saved all of E3 2019.

 No.708

Keanu Reeves.

 No.719

Just watching these shows makes me uncomfortable. I can't put a finger on it, but something about this event feels incredibly hypocritical and cringy to me.



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