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Looks like a new ps4 jailbreak is coming out soon. From what i've read it could be possible to jailbreak all the way up to 11.00

Nintendo 3DS: https://3ds.hacks.guide/
Nintendo Wii U: https://wiiu.hacks.guide/
PlayStation 2: https://www.psx-place.com/threads/tutorial-the-great-ps2-aio-guide.30219/
PlayStation 3: https://www.psx-place.com/threads/exploiting-4-90-ofw-installing-cfw-running-ps3hen-flash-writer-ps3hen-now-supporting-4-90-fw.39772/
PlayStation Vita: https://vita.hacks.guide/
Multiple Guides:

http://www.3dbrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_Applications (3DS only)
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which CFW are you running?
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Why split ISOs when you can just put the loose game files on the HDD?
The PS3 backup loaders are traditionally jank, if one doesn't work try another.
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4.90 Evilnat Cobra 8.4

>Why split ISOs when you can just put the loose game files on the HDD?
Because it's a fat model and I don't want to go through the process of tearing it apart to upgrade the HDD.
>The PS3 backup loaders are traditionally jank, if one doesn't work try another.
Okay, I'll try one of the other ones.
Been a long time since I messed with it, so I might not be up to date on what's current, but I recall using MultiMan as the loading interface on mine. That said, my experiences with it were rather limited. Most PS3 games were still quite cheap here back then, but it worked fine with Tales of Vesperia and Berseria which had to be digital on the HDD to use their English patches, as well as some PS2 games (60gb fat model, so it emulated via hardware). Only issue I noticed was that, despite already being stored on the hard drive, Berseria still had to be installed since Multiman had the system treat it like the ISO was a disc. So a game can take up twice as much space as it was intended to use.

Also, what this guy says. FTP them over. A cheap ethernet cable to your computer if you have have them both nearby will save a lot of time on that end, considering how big PS3 games could get and how slow the system actually was for things like data transfer via wifi.
New PS4 Jailbreak up to 11.00 is out

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We asked 100 anons "what makes you instantly drop a game?"
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Yeah he became president then saved the US and doomed the world.
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>JRPG where you can't change the party leader/who you walk around as on the world map
You saw him? How fucking old are you?
I've gotten so picky lately if a game's opening menu annoys me slightly I'll drop the thing.

>Rainbow/Trannyflag is an instant 'get the fuck off my screen'
>shoehorned political anything outside of how people really are, warts and all
>auto-aim/aim assist that can't be turned off is total cancer. That is NOT where I aimed cunt!
>motion blur that can't be turned off
>'innovative' flight controls, just do what works ffs
>unmoddable level caps that hit at appropriate times, just sucks the life of it out early, good thing we can monkey with BG3

Another thing is what I call 'Oobah' design, by which I mean physically edgeless and clean, making everything look like a plushie toy it screams 'kid-shit' to me, normally I never even download them to drop them in the first place but when that gets sprung on me into the trash it goes.
>includes in-app purchase
>rhythm based gimmick
>SP is just MP with bots

>Roguelite game where you have to die to progress, Hades, Gungeon
Dunno about Hades but you don't have to die to progress in Gungeon

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I like getting PS2 games because they usually come with thick, fully colored manuals and they are very satisfying to open.
My copy of War of the Monsters came with a cool poster and it's really cool.
I also like my MGS Legacy Collection copy which has a MGR:R ad on the manual. It didn't come with the artbook it's supposed to come with but I got if for relatively cheap.
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i bought the collector's edition of mgs v for ps4 but never opened it because i never bought a ps4, I should probably sell it and get myself something nice instead
I have the metal case metroid prime trilogy. wii collection I bought it on a whim when visiting gamestop because I was like, oh hey cool. They are all in one. Apparently it's rare but I aint never sellin. I love me Metroid.
>MGS Legacy Collection
Would've been decent if MGS1 wasn't a fucking digital download code, what a blunder that was.
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i got the super mario anniversary novelty game & watch as a silly christmas gift, been playing it every so often, it's great to just take the small thing and play right away.
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I almost forgot, i also got the KOF XV Omega edition as a present, which is pretty nice.
But that's it as far as limited editions go.
Other favorite pieces in my physical game collection are maybe:
>the Coded Arms - MGS Portable ops double pack for the PSP,
>El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron for the PS3 (which, stunning visuals aside, i don't think is that good as a game, but i think is physically pretty rare) 
>Obscure: The Aftermath for the PSP
But generally speaking, it's not about games that are rare or anything, but more about those that i enjoy replaying once in a while and i know i don't have to worry about some company removing them from my library like may happen with digital titles.
So stuff like Ninja Gaiden Sigma, Dragon's Crown, Vanquish, REmake, OG Dead Space 1,2,3, Binary Domain, Rayman Origins/Legends, Metal Gear Rising, Batman Arkham Asylum/City, Gravity Rush 1&2...
I wish i kept my PS1 with its pirated games and my PS2 though, but i had to sold my PS1 in order to get my PS2 and my PS2 to get my PSP.
Also, while i love my physical PSP collection, which is still in pristine condition (games are still inside their original cellophane) my PSP sadly stopped working years ago, so either i fix my PSP or i sell its games.

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Books and Tutorials
Sometimes they get nuked but >we try to keep them updated.

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That reminds me I've been overhearing people talk more and more about going back to physical media, and a rental store would also be the best kind of place for people to rip uncensored older media to keep it available for everyone. I've also noticed DVD/game selections in thrift stores being bought up more frequently lately, all but the shittiest movies and games are gone at a big one I go to a lot when just a year ago they seemed to have almost an entire Blockbuster's worth of media that had been just sitting there for a few years.
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It's not surprising that a lot of people are trying to find older media where they can find it when big box retailers like Best Buy have entirely removed their DVD/BluRay sections in the store. That being said, I'd also advise shopping around more than one thrift store because there's also "overlooked" stuff wherever you go.
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The "Blockbuster" in Bend, Oregon is a family run movie store and museum wearing the skin of Blockbuster, making it difficult to replicate the experience of visiting a Blockbuster during its heyday. Combine this with Bend's tourism-driven economy and how destabilized every other sector is from pandemic settlers, especially those from Portland, Tahoe, and the Bay Area, and it's not worth it. This isn't to mention how 1/10th of the town is now Mexican or how tons of the town's once grassroots economy is now owned by conglomerates and corporations to meet demand from its exploding population.
I do do that, I'm not stupid enough to say I noticed a trend just from going to one store. It's just the one I frequent the most because it's fucking huge, it's 3 floors of all sorts of bullshit for sale.
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It's not really new, I have made comics with 4 or less panels before.
I wish I could make 4 the standard, but I'm not smart enough to simplify some ideas from 5 to 4 or less panels

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>#8/agdg/ via irc.rizon.net
>https://matrix.to/#/+agdg:matrix.org via matrix programs
>Dev resources: http://8agdg.wikidot.com/resources
>Wiki: http://8agdg.wikidot.com/
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that rabbit is cute
>once again turning on development
That implies they ever started turning before, which they didn't. You've been ideafagging about this for literally over a decade and nothing has materialized.

>getting this control system nailed down
>first order of business is to create a new model and animations
You're doing it wrong.
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>making a fetish game
>expecting the fetish shit NOT to go in first
Are there any embedded scripting languages out there that support saving and loading the interpreter/VM state?

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Post your shitty gameplay and get bullied by other anons.
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There's not enough booze for this 1st turn ambush bullshit. Zahar's drunk ass knows this too well. He's truly a hardened veteran. I always use him to eat a death. Ch.12 gives a preview of end gaym troops. 19 and 20 Evade on the enemy is annoying. The chance for your CP to turn to vapor feels like 1/3. Had to abuse the Tank Vest to conserve CP in Turn 1. 6CP lets you shit fury down Gusurg's throat for the rest of the map. S Rank is 4 turns (enemy wipeout) and reinforcements replace downed foes. Turn 3 has him in a DEF UP order. You must down him before your Turn 2 ends so he can't make the call.
Cindy GayGaleforce, Cindy Squall, Cindy Tempest. Being named "Cindy" in the Empire is a curse. Yes those 3 Aces are in various chapters of VC3. They're all ... broad and flat-chested girls. It's like SEGA got with the times before all this crap was "popular". What trendsetters! True trailblazers!
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Shin takes a sniper round to the balls at the start and shrugs it off like nothing. THIS IS HOW A TRUE MAN FIGHTS!
I love levels that represent a culmination of your knowledge. Do you understand ...
movement and range?
defending points?
how ragdoll works?
how to use your vehicle?
what each class excels at?
what gear/accessories each class needs?
what adjustments are needed to make unfit squadmates excel in a particular class?
how passives trigger? Which passives trigger better? Even in low morale (3 or less)? Which squadmate unique passives benefit you, especially in low morale?
Doing this in 1/2 hour and 1 turn earlier than required for S Rank is quite the achievement. The cheaty RNG can easily eat up your CP and thus time. Alot of things simply had to go right. SHITLER's glorious open oven roasting (2:22~2:42) for a triple kill. The asshole in the grass there never moves and is very hard to kill without fire. Zahar's nade over the wall can easily fail due to wonky hitboxes. Amy's nade only has maybe 10% success because it's a crouching Boss target. This faggot can dodge back attacks, which isn't supposed to be possible, thanks SEGA. Margit's segment was clutch (10:58~13:40). Her blind side-attack in the grass and then taking down a crouching Scout was make or break. The sniper in the grass takes 30+ shots from the front. Need to take his side while he's invisible to conserve AP to reach the capture point. The Scout is the usual "Evade 8 but
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One other possible reading of "シンディ" is the surname "Sindhi". Cindy is however very much the obvious and primary reading.
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I can't cook

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General thread for video game footage editing and streaming. Ask questions, give advice, and share live streams ITT. Read the software list below first (all FOSS).
Previous threads:

>Video editors
- Shotcut: A great video editor with various effects and filters, suitable for beginners and pros alike. https://shotcut.org
- Kdenlive: Buggy video editor by the KDE guys. https://kdenlive.org
- Blender Video Editor: Part of Blender and utilizes its node system. Like Blender itself, a pain in the ass to use but supposedly powerful. https://www.blender.org
- Olive: A new, promising video editor. Currently in beta but usable. https://olivevideoeditor.org

>Video recorders
- OBS: Record and/or stream anything on your screen, optimized for vidya. https://obsproject.com

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Did you scream "Oh vey!"?
Weekly VNS stream will be tomorrow at 1 PM Pacific/4 PM Eastern!
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Stream is live: https://8chan.tv/view/f664ceb8-3b9d-480b-bcdf-c95f1711043a/
Show will start in about 20 minutes.
Due to my work schedule, there will not be a VNS stream this week.

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A new Metroidvania game came out a couple days ago and it's currently the highest rated game of the year. Secrets are still being uncovered about it as of this OP and a lot of it is collaborative stuff, so don't be surprised if you come across something that stumps you. It's a lot like Tunic or Void Stranger if you've played either of those.

Game can be downloaded at https://files.catbox.moe/y34ula.zip and the password is cs.rin.ru.
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Baby duck syndrome. 

He will fuck it up until he likes it.
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I like linux actually.
Just use KDE and rice it into whatever you want it to be:
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Although that video is about XFCE. Point is, you can have classic Wangblows aesthetics.

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Ask ITT whatever you feel like asking that's related to videogames; anything that doesn't deserve its own thread, nebulous denominator notwithstanding.

Why are the PS2 controllers such a cheap Chinese piece of shit? I've got two of them lying around and both of them are ridden with issues. Joystick drift, shoulder buttons caving in after a press, face buttons not working, broken D-pads; the thing falls apart the moment you lay an eye on them.
The original Dualshock, while uncomfortable, was well built and meant to last long, and for once isn't plagued with any of the above. It'd be a no brainer given how the PS2 is compatible with PS1 controllers, but there are some games which forces you to use the PS2 controller and its "features".

What am I supposed to do, buy a bunch of PS2 controllers and throw them away every 3 games? How easily can they be repaired, or at least fiddled with to work a little longer? Even if I were to track down some obscure conversion dongle for the PS2 I'd still not be able to play the games that use the pressure sensitive buttons (MGS, Silent Hill, Siren).
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Do you have your joycons plugged in 24/7 and have your system on nearly all the time? I have a nintendo switch HORIPAD that used to drift. Shutting the computer down more often has reduced that behavior greatly. I think the drift issue with joycons is not just due to using inferior designs. Speaking of inferior designs,
This covers the current issue with controllers pretty well I think. As for what I'm suggesting, unplug your controller more often. Yes it's a hassle but give it a try. Maybe you'll have my success. If not you'll have to seek out a controller that uses magnets.
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>white man comes up with a solution for a common problem 
>gives it away for free
>kikes chinks and brown subhumans begin to exploit it for profit 
I feel for the white man. 

Anyways, that magnetic swap is a neat solution but “fixing” a drifting controller is as simple as opening the controller and swapping the potentiometer. Usually find these in a pack of 20 or so for ten bucks with no need to fuck around with soldering etc
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I'm pretty sure SEGA started using hall effect sensor analog sticks on their Dreamcast controllers 20 years ago and possibly the DS2 did as well, but because of planned obsolescence it hasn't been a common practice since then.
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mr sato is a true gamer.
Some comments from the video I linked
>Fun fact: Sega put hall-effect joysticks in their 3D Saturn and Dreamcast controllers in 1998.
>The Sega Saturn used hall effect sticks back in the 1990s. Most controllers today with triggers that detect depth also use hall effect sensors. They know how to do this. They want the controllers to break.

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Recommend good indie vidya or rant about pozzed shit.
I been playan some good stuff:
This game fucks. Is the only instance I can think of, of a game doing the 90s/early2000s look right. No modern lighting, no pixelated textures, no bullshit. Just pure quake-like goodness and busty babes. Gameplay is fast-paced without unnecessary complex mechanics. It oozes personality, from the graphics, to the SFX, to the fun enemies.   My only grudge is that the music is just atmospheric with no tunes to rock with. I listened to old metal while playing which I recommend doing.
Overall, I recommend it a lot. Full-game is out on itch.io. Releases June 8th on steam.
>Spooky Milk Life
Just an eroge I played. Nothing special but has nice smut.
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Took me about an hour or so to beat. It was really fun. Run fast and jump platforms and stuff.
>Crow Story
All i can say is that it was a platformer. Took me around 30 mins or so to beat.
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palworld is fun
i like palworld
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How much have they progressed with the game's development since launch?
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a good most of their stuff right now is bugfixes for some pretty atrocious shit alongside various quality-of-life additions. otherwise really there's a new boss fight, but they showed off plans for a whole other island and pvpshittery for the summer
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It would be thread appropriate to talk about Wrath: Aeon of Ruin, but honestly there isn't much to say about that game. It's ok. I should be using power-ups more, but I can hoard them and you can't make me use them. Weapons range from good (shotgun, slag cannon, railgun) to meh (pistol, green ball launcher), but they aren't outstanding. Enemies are ok, I think, but man do I wish there were some mini-bosses like cyberdemon. Strictly speaking there's one guy that poses a significant threat like that, but he's melee, so it's over quickly either way. Considering the incredible length of the levels in the game, I miss pistol starting, too.

The game has some things going for it. Power-ups are pretty fun to use actually, even if I optimise my fun out of it. Blade parkour is neat. I like that there are no hitscan enemies (even if invaders get pretty close). Levels look rather pretty and detailed to me. It's just that the game isn't outstanding.

What else... I got to play"test" a niche indie game, because the dev is desperate for playtesters and lets you in if you simply ask about it.

For Starsector, you can get a Java 21 mod to make it run smoother, or a year for the next official release that will upgrade to Java 17

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