Old fighting games are nice. Fightcade and some other doujin games come to mind. A lot of players for these older games are veterans so just buckle up for a smack down.
If you have a dollar lying around, you could also buy the original Counter Strike. A surprising number of people still mess around with it (20k+ daily peak).
Oldschool Runescape is also a thing if you like turning your brain off and doing repetitive tasks for hours at a time.
Lovers in Dangerous Spacetime is good and I don't think it is too memory heavy. It's a collaborative adventure/sorta galaga game, but you have a lot more freedom to move around. It is also incredibly cute and has wonderful music.
I have been super into Hello Charlotte. I might make a thread about it once I am done with the series. It's beautiful both in an artistic and a world-building sense.
Is this that game where you can buy a planet for yourself?
A couple of questions.
What is the name of that game? Is it free? Does it run natively on gnu/linux?
It's free, you just have to register an account and run the installer.
It won't run natively without Windows, but there's a thread about WINE support here.(haven't tried it myself though).https://www.phantasystaronline.net/forum/index.php?/topic/24378-wine-patch-for-psobb-on-linux-and-mac/
There are more like 2 playthroughs I think. But there are different endings to get, so you can reload an earlier checkpoint and play from there. Tho the second playthrough needs to be done from the start. The second playthrough is also shorter, since you don't get as many of the smaller quests.
it seems as if everyone is playing skullgirls recently. maybe i should learn some painwheel combos again
Are you playing Linux on a PS2?
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.
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
Yea, I see that I guess. I'm a filthy Peacock main, so I wouldn't know anything about challenging characters.
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
i searched far and wide but nobody has uploaded footage of Frosty Faustings X skullgirls tournament
I've become fed up with multiplayer games recently but I picked this up on a whim and I've not been able to put it down. There's something about speeding around the map that I find fun even if I don't really know what I'm doing beyond pointing and shooting. I hope the game doesn't die because it seems like it has a lot of potential.
I've been playing it since new years, and it is pretty fun. Not very good yet, but playing it is fun enough, even tho I lose most of the time. I think the last patch was a bit of a mess, but I still hope the game does well, and that next patches will be much better.
After the last patch for QC, I've been picking up Reflex. Servers are empty when I play, but playing on the race servers is fun. Just going through the tracks and learning the movement is fun by itself.
QC is pretty but like, I don't think it'll last long. It didn't really get off the ground cause of all the issues it had and still has. I'd love if they made some radical changes instead of trying to do small balance changes within the system they already have. They probably won't do that though, cause money and corporate stuff.>>562
Reflex is nice. Mechanically sound but doesn't have a lot of players, so it'll probably fade away. I really like all the fun little movement things you can do.
I've just been playing Team Fortress and the occasional fighter, which satisfy my game addiction i guess..
Played fistful of frags after a long time of not playing it. Game feels really broken now.
I got kingdoms and castles. It's pretty nice and looks cute. It's sorta casual but I'm at a point where I just want a game to relax with more than be in a constant survival struggle. Though it does have harder modes if you're into that I guess.>>55
I got 2033 and last light on sale this year. Played them back to back.
Great games. I loved some of the equipment the ai had. Looked so cool.
My main problem with QC is the time it takes to get in and out matches. I have a pretty decent computer with an SSD, but the load times are ridiculous when starting up, and loading into maps. Then there's the que times. I know an arena fps isn't going to have the biggest player base, but I find faster games in UT 2014, and that game can't have that many more players than QC.
Still a decent game overall, more fun than most other shooters out there. Although I kind of prefer UT, but that game is on life support via Fortnite existing.
Yeah, I think at some point they tried to balance too much stuff.
Played some today and realized the old coachgun is gone
I've been p[aying disgaea ds lately, it's pretty comfy.
final fantasy 14 when my internet works, horizon zero dawn when it doesn't
learning heroes of the storm right now.. almost bought a 2ds yesterday, but needed new shoes more >.<>>77
Dagerfall Unity has a complete main quest now.
Playing P3P. It's my first Persona game. Yukari is the best girl.
Hey I played a load of that, though I never did finish it I did get pretty far. I recently found out that P2 exists and portable is the downgrade so I got that but I haven't gotten around to playing it yet. Yukari is agreed best girl.
How are you finding it?
So far, so good. I'm not a fan of turn-based combat, to be honest, but I don't mind it here.
Series with incredible art by Soejima and his favourite work ever is atlus.
I've been playing Crosscode. Anyone else?>>617
The MMZ games are some of my absolute favourites. Good taste sushi.
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. It's fun as always for MH games but online seems to be halfway dead or people only want to hunt monsters I'm not particularly interested in. It's hard to find people to hunt G rank monsters that I need parts from with and doing it solo is such a tedious exercise that I'm simply faffing about in lower ranks now.
Soul Calibur 6, sushi.
I'm loving the new reversal edges, and not to mention IVY is super badass again. Combo chains are rediculous and look flashy.
The character creation is kinda meh, and most of the items will be gated behind dlc purchases.
I really detest money grabs in video games.
(speaking of money grabs, does anysushi have any good android games they enjoy? I'm having a hard time finding decent ones that dont try to drain your wallet)
Riptide GP Renegade
I have a bunch of other games I like,but I don't want to flood the thread with them.
Ah Wayward Souls. I still have the mobile version on my phone, downloaded 4 years ago.
It's a really neat game. If you ever get the chance give Mage Gauntlet a try. It's the spiritual predecessor to WS also on mobile by the same company, rocketcat games. IMO one of the better rpg's in the play store with a nice story to go with it.
i still like scv more but sc6 looks pretty and people actually play it so im gonna play it alot. tira looks really pretty and astaroth is sick
I haven't played SC since SC2 on the PS2, but it was the only fighting game that I really enjoyed back then. Hated tekken since I always got my ass beat by people just button mashing, and some of my other friends were annoying to play with since they kept pausing mid game to look up combos. The weapons were neat and the fighting felt good.
Are the newer games an improvement over SC2? I don't care about the character creation, but would get the game if the game offers the same kind of fun as SC2.
I was thinking of getting Hell Yeah Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, I love metroidvanias.
If you've already played it you could find some fun in replaying it but if you're just picking it up I wouldn't recommend it since it's pretty dated at this point. That said when it came out it was pretty funny and it has decent game play.