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Remember those two TF2 mods (TF2 Classic and OpenFortress) that got their downloads C&D'd like that was Valve's higher priority than the bots? How the guys behind them assuaged people that Valve was interested in making their shit "official"? Turns out they actually didn't give a shit and ignored them once the downloads were gone, and unlike most cucked fandevs who never fight against Daddy Corporation, these guys found their balls and put their downloads back up while explaining everything that's been going on.
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On one hand, you posted a cuckjak.
On the other hand, you reminded me that his name was Jason Grant.
You're on thin ice, fuckhead. I've got my eye on you.
<i hate cuckchan so i'm going to use cuckchan lingo in my post
Don't stoop to his level, Jackposter.
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I mean just port the damn game to Source 2 already you lazy bums
By the way that Medic will haunt me forever
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i've still been having fun with it lately, the bots are somewhat manageable and the core gameplay is sitll there, but if this was just discovered yesterday then I don't even want to know how bad it is right now.

tf2 was never as much of a moneymaker as CS:GO or Dota so they don't care what happens to it. considering that it's running off of 15 years of piled-up spaghetti code I don't think anyone even knows how to fix it or even touch it. you're asking them to take out all the asbestos in the twin towers without knocking them down :^)
For once, Valve fixed it immediately.
>Fixed an exploit related to clearing the in-game text chat
>Fixed an exploit where players could use sv_cheats on secure servers
>Fixed an exploit where players could teleport back to their own spawn by changing loadout/class while touching the other team's No Entry gate
>Fixed an exploit with the Huntsman in which a player could change loadout to negate the speed debuff when charged
>Fixed an exploit with the Ap-Sap where players could spam noises
>Fixed an exploit where dispensers could heal through glass on some maps
>Fixed an exploit where a Spy could disguise and create an invisible bullet blocking shield at their feet
>Fixed laggy animations on Halloween bosses, skeletons, ghosts and other ghoul-like beings
>Fixed the Spy using incorrect disguise weapons when disguising as Soldier, Pyro, Heavy or Engineer with no member of the same class on the opposing team
>Fixed projectiles sometimes colliding with teammates too early/late
>Fixed being able to change names during a matchmaking game
>Fixed some HUD images being blurry when using low texture settings
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the bots are still prevalent and now they're getting smarter, their chat messages make them blend in a bit more. of course they all still use the same profile pic and pool of names so finding them is easy. being able to have concurrent votes helps though.

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And most importantly, are you still having fun?

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You DO have a white PS vita, don't you anon? you wouldn't like to have a nigger handheld now would you?
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Is PStv worth it or what? can it be hacked just like the vita?
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Yes and considering the lack or real aftermarket batteries it might be even more longlasting then the vita itself. Although make sure to use it with a DS4 controller as some games require the touchscreen functionality to be properly playable.
Maybe if you posses a CRT. Most of Vita's games render at 960x544 (with some exceptions like Gravity Rush), which means that they will look horribly blurry at native resolutions higher than that.
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I would.

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Planned release date: 7/7

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>What is this?
Sleepy Station is an e-magazine by anons for anons, made in the spirit of 1990s-2000s gaming magazines back when fun was still allowed. It's a quarterly e-magazine which means a new issue is released roughly every 3 months.
>Can I contribute?
Of course! Write an article/review about a game you love, a top 10 list, an amusing ad, a comic or art piece, a rant...etc and post it in this thread.
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No I'll only use Photoshop and there's nothing you can do about it. Fuck you.
>was planning on doing a Battle Network article for fall
>Capcom announces a Battle Network collection
I guess that settles it then. Not a snowball's chance in hell that they'll be arsed to include a netplay feature. I already know about Tango, but damn.
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Wouldn't BN netplay just be who can spam Gater the fastest or something?
You're doing a good job op but goddamit smarten up and stop replying to this faggot who is very obviously just trying to derail your shit.
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>person actually doing something
<stop replying to obvious derailers
You mean like (you)?

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Starfield got me thinking about space games. I've always thought that space-themed games are boring, there's nothing very interesting to me about floating in empty space with a space ship and shooting at other space ships that are floating in empty space, nor about exploring a planet made up of rocks no matter how space-like those rocks are.

There's nothing particularly interesting about exploring the kind of alien planets that are usually depicted. Aliens or their buildings aren't very interesting either, there's nothing relatable about structures made up of random scifi shapes, there's nothing very practical you can find from there except maybe some energy source or a new weapon. I just can't get into it.

If instead you make a grounded fantasy story that takes place on earth or similar civilized planet, the world becomes infinitely more interesting. The world can be filled with structures at various levels of technology and for people from various walks of life, you can find ruins and dungeons, hidden item stashes, puzzles and locks and treasure, the objects you find are more likely to be of value to you since they're from your home planet where your kind live in, even if you find a golden chalice you can surmise that it's valuable because you know exactly what it is, the people can be friends or foes and their troubles are relatable and understandable since they're people like you, you can put more focus on smaller things since the world is just one map.

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I really don't understand what you find so strange about this, I would happily lick a girls eyebrows while making love to her.
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Wouldn't even consider forehead stuff otherwise, but man, that image always make me second guess myself.
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>He doesn't know.
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It ended 5 years ago grandad.

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What do you think will happen to online games, especially competitive games and MMOs, as AI keeps advancing?

Aimbots and other cheats will become more and more sophisticated and undetectable and easier to access as time goes on. Soon you'll be able to buy a cheat mouse that connects to your smartphone, just point your phone camera at the monitor and the mouse will aim perfectly for you.

Will we eventually reach a point where online games just don't work anymore? Will online games die out completely and be replaced with play-with-friends style multiplayer only? Will new genres or gameplay types replace the ones we know now, such as some kind of team-based non-competitive games where winning doesn't reward you in any way and defeats the point of the game? Will scoreboards and rankings become deprecated?
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Non whites like you are so pathetic.
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Non whites like you are so pathetic.
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Non whites like you are MADE for BWC
Most humans are arguably just as predictable. Doubly so if they're tierfags. The real problem with bots is they cannot be competitive without mechanical execution that is physically impossible for humans to do. Making it very difficult to intuitively learn the game's "true" fundamentals because the strategy against a cheating AI is to counter cheese, which rarely works as well against real players.
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Things will stay the same as they are now.
Unfortunately, there are already a lot of cheaters now. They're more prevalent in some games than others, but there's a fair amount of players that'll gladly cheat for advantages in games. Rust is a good example of a game with a ton of cheating going around; even just a hack that lets you see players through walls gives you a massive edge over others, without being too obvious.

>especially competitive games
They'll continue to feature cheaters in matchmaking. In Dota, for example, scripting is quite common.
It has been the norm in MMOs for a while that you can cheat all you want. Everyone constantly uses whatever exploit they can get their hands on and uses it as much as possible. Think of all the cases where people mass report someone to get them banned, or use exploits knowing fully well that its not intended and getting fixed soon, simply because "everyone else does it and I wont get punished for it anyway".

>Aimbots and other cheats will become more and more sophisticated and undetectable and easier to access as time goes on.
Cheats are already easy to access. Hardware/AI cheats like the one you posted aren't going to hit mainstream, because installing a piece of software and getting banned in the next banwave 3 months l
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Late at night, I was fapping to some double deck comic about Silent Hill with female Pyramid Head. I was having a good time but at the same time, because it was really dark and I didn't have any sort of background noise it kind of made me unsettled.
My dick was still erect but the comic's really oppresive style made me feel uncomfortable. I even tried putting some atmosphere music and it made the scenario even more oppresive.
Is there such a thing as eroge horror games? Do you think it would work?
I'm sure there are thousand VNs about erotic monster but I'm looking for gameplay similar to Silent Hills' or Penumbra's.
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In case somebody rushed to google it like me.
by Kachusha
Would she call you'll cowards for not smoking crack?
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Of course
Leaf did nothing wrong.
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 Starts at 7PM PST/10PM EST  
It's a late night Jackbox stream with /v/! Head over to https://cytu.be/r/Jackbox1 to watch the stream and join the game with a room code at jackbox.tv or go to wordsgame.lol for Use Your Words

What's the Jackbox Party Packs?
The Jackbox Party Packs are games in which you can play with 
people in a single room or stream them live with others around the world. They can range to coming up with witty punchlines and jokes in Quiplash, creating strange T-shirts in TeeKO or wondering what the prompt is in Drawful!
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And now just the images themselves
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Thanks for the screens, strong night. Even Joke Boat was pretty good.
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It sure was
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Looking for someone to play runescape with me.
Must be: Cool, white, talkative and must like vidyagames. Bonus points if you like sonic the hedgehog and pizza toppings.
No voice chat only text (my parents tend to argue very loudly.)
Tell me at what times you're available, I may need to nap to stay up.
thanks you for reading this.
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Forgot the picture
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Runescape was an utterly unique game, something that can never be imitated due to it being a product of its time including its playerbase
I remember being absolutely immersed in its world, everything about it was so fun
OSRS just felt like it was trying to reach for the same thing, but couldn't quite reach it honestly.
The people are different, the game just feels off, its just a bummer really
I will say this though, I actually enjoyed the convenience of the grand exchange because looking for an item to be traded by someone was the most annoying shit if it was even a little uncommon, just a shame that once it was added, the economy of RS turned to some wall-street tier tism and manipulation.
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Yeah it seems to be slowly changing to something else. The people aren't the same, you're completely right. Also I think the "new" things they add in updates are basically just OSRSised RS3 features. I still like that it's so open. I like you can choose how you play which traditional MMOs just don't cater to. And I like how supportive the game is of alternative playstyles. So many people create limitations for themselves to make the game more interesting. I still think the game is worth playing but it's slowly losing its magic.
grand exchange theoretically:
I need a rare snapdragon seed or whatever that can only be obtained through 50+ levels of herblore and farming. Now I can get it much more easily.
Grand exchange in practice:
Now I just look at a list of all the items I'll need for a quest and buy them off GE rather than bothering to get any of them myself, while endlessly picking world spawn berries and telegrabbing wine of zamorak for cash
>Still thinking protesting works.
>Still giving Fagex money after the first Pride Parade.
Gayer than literal homosexuals.

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Hey /v/, we've got a solid pay-per-view coming up this Sunday and we're inviting you to join us. Come to Smug and have a good time!
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A reminder that this is tonight!
Pre-show now, main event in under an hour!
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>>144239 (OP) 
>/wooo/ is still a thing
I thought you guys disappeared like /just/
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Uncanny resemblance.
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Star crossed lovers destined to never meet.

Or just separated at birth.

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Let's talk about our favorite Real Time Strategy/Tactics games
I'm waiting for Starship Troopers Terran Command, I hope the delay was worth it and they fixed game well after the demo.
CoH3 Pre Alpha was also alright, plays more like 1 with some new units

And don't forget: Fuck Gookclickers, fuck Blizzard and fuck ((( GDI )))
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Well, I read your post but didn't really address it. The whole thing was something that could be placed into any setting, not necessarily a sci-fi one and that's what sort of made it stand out. Sci-fi, in my opinion, works best when it can blend the speculative fiction pieces with the more grounded in reality aspects. 

The psychology itself in that particular part made me think of the Chimpanzee ladder experiment, where you hate something for reasons you don't really understand and don't care to understand.
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Was updating some mods and C&C Generals has massively streamlined the hassle of different mods for the game. Download the repack by Elamigos, then grab the genlauncher and config tool. This wraps a shell around the game, applying crash fixes, actual zoom out and as you can see in the screenshot, 5 different mods like Rise of Reds, Contra and Shockwave that can be activated individually from this one program.
Haven't tested it online but played a 45 minute game against bots and it doesn't crash. Want to try deliberate crashing with airforce next but glad this game got this treatment.
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Neat, thanks anon
I had bad experience playing w\ players on genlauncher even when they had mismatch fixes meant to cross-compatible non genlauncher users. Also mod download speed is horrid & there are no alternative links.
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Love airforce general. Didn't even lag the game out calling in 3 runs on a base.

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