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What is this?
>Sven Co-op is a co-operative game originally based around Valve Software's Half-Life.
>In this game players must work together against computer controlled enemies and solve puzzles as a team.

Join the server, its IP address and port are:

All weekends until May 25, including this one starting 7:00 PM (UTC).
Or whenever (You) want, even on weekdays. Just post ITT for anons to join the server.

Windows and Linux (both packed together), choose one of these:
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So which Chel does he love? Is this the Colombian girl from Road to El Dorado?
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>answer another guys question
>That guy drops that one on me
>Get caught saying yes to both.
And apparently I'm Marcus too. All I did was your mum jokes what'd I do to deserve this treatment? :(
You answered your own question.
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>marcus getting all defensive again
you're one mad marcus, stop molesting teenage kids you weirdo
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if it's not too late here is my dumb map request
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Lol. This is why i fuck your mom.

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This thread solely exists to remind you that you are a dork.
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>Recent news
(LEAK/RUMOUR) NVIDIA GeForce RTX 50 "GB20X" GPUs to feature similar memory interfaces to RTX 40 "AD10x" series - VideoCardz.com
NVIDIA R550 Linux Driver's Open Kernel Modules Performing Well On GeForce GPUs

>Advice on building or upgrading
Post your build list or current specifications, including a monitor: https://pcpartpicker.com/
Provide specific use cases (like playing vidya, editing or programming).
Specify your budget and region.
Think twice before deciding to buy something to avoid buyer's remorse.

At least one PCIe 4.0 M.2 slot.
Good VRM (power delivery) is required for CPUs like the i5 13500 and above.
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I´m going to be honest, i supported NVIDIA even before i fully knew what it was, now with the AI boom i feel like getting NVIDIA hardware was the right choice and i´ll be on the right side of history once all of this ends.
i have replaced my game addiction with AI image obsession
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>right side of history
I can't wait for the "AI" bubble to burst.
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nice bait
I don't think it will burst, it will just get bigger, since everybody and thier mother are using it.

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Planned release date: Q1 2024

#1: https://files.catbox.moe/p9ivcb.zip
#2: https://files.catbox.moe/85kj7n.zip
#3: https://files.catbox.moe/bgkd2g.zip
#4: https://files.catbox.moe/bosv0h.zip
#5: https://files.catbox.moe/plzavp.zip
#6: https://files.catbox.moe/szw3sc.zip
#7: https://files.catbox.moe/09ke9b.zip

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Good shit
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Oh, I'm dumb.
You mean like this?
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>Just try to improve the covers. That's all I ask.
Sure thing. I'll be posting progress ITT but much later.
>They've been pretty stagnant since issue 3#
I did change the cover layout starting with #6 and introduced great improvements in #8 based on anons' feedback, I honestly can't see how those two are comparable to #3.
>My favorite cover is issue #1
That cover has sentimental value to me obviously, but looking back I find it boring and plain. You see, back when I made it I was still in the mindset of creating "modern" "streamlined" "minimalistic" garbage like the works of so-called professional designers, and that affected the first few covers... Thankfully I've been unlearning that shit and embracing the wackiness of the 1990s/2000s with SS, so let's leave the boring stuff in the past.

>meth teeth
Yeah, no. I prefer >>246543 and >>246565
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How about this?
>embracing the wackiness of the 1990s/2000s
It looks nothing like a cover from that time though.
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>How about this?
Definitely better than the other teeth versions, although I still kinda prefer the open mouth version.
>It looks nothing like a cover from that time though.
That's hyperbole, the similarities are palpable.
If you're expecting a literal 1-to-1 copycat rendition of old vidya covers then forget it. SS is a creative project, not a cloning one.

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New PS4 Jailbreak up to 11.00 is out
Mists Of Pandaria event derailed by frog exploit
>an old tactic popped up that’s practically derailed the event. On the Timeless Isle zone, there are frogs that spawn infinitely. Unlike most spawn points, the frogs spawn instantly after being killed, allowing coordinated teams to endlessly kill frogs without a break.
>These frogs (like all mobs in the Remix event) were dropping Bronze coins, Threads, and even Lesser Charms of Good Fortune. The charms became the sticking point, as for every 10 collected allows players to fulfill a repeatable quest for the game’s factions, and each turn-in awards a small chest for the event which comes with Threads, gems, and other event-specific goodies.
>Players farmed these frogs until their stats were ENORMOUS and some players could almost one-shot heroic raids. Most notably, one player had over 7 million HP (for reference, most tanks in Retail WoW have around 1.2-2 million).
Vanillaware is hiring for a new fantasy action RPG
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It's a Yakuza clone, if you like Yakuza you'll like Lost Paradise.
I had fun with it. Definitely the best FotNS game.
Although it follows a different story.
If you want something more 1:1 of the anime, I recommend the PS1 game. It's pretty good as well.
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small amygdala
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Says the spiritual 4dditor typing on his keyboard as his opinion wasn't worth anything.
I don't think it has anything to do with cuteness overload and everything to do with loli being a shit nasty disgusting fetish.

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I'm going to be honest. I'm not very good with horror games. 
I do enjoy the thrill of being scared. The Silent Hill franchise, for example, I can be both scared by and intrigued enough to make me want to continue playing.
There are some games that I find to stressing to play though. Laugh all you want but the multitasking in the FNAF games makes me want to close the game. Of course, the jumpscares aren't scary at all and you get used to them very quickly, That's where this new fan game comes in which ramps the scare factor up to 11. I've tried but I just can't force myself to play it. It's too scary.
Also I've never played Ao Oni. I should give it a try.
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poor anon.
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>Be 5 and play RE1 for the first time
>That zombie cutscene
Stopped playing right there
Finished a few year later
>13 years old
>Staying at my 16 year old cousins house 
>His room is filled with PC gaming stuff
>He has one with a Doom 3 cover
>Think it looks cool as shit
>Tells me he bought it like yesterday and was going to install and try it out
>But we have to wait till after dinner to set the mood
>11 PM
>Switch off the lights 
>He plays and I watch
>He boots is up
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I was able to join my own server, but it seems Anon doesn't want to get spooked.
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what is this
how do i play mario with anons
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If you're on Linux you need to grab a plain US M64 ROM in .z64 format, then rename it to baserom.us.z64 and make the port, if you're on Windoze you can just get the patcher in the releases section and drag your ROM on it.
It only accepts regular US/JP/PAL(?) ROMs, ROMhacks aren't really hacks in this but rather a category of mod.
Once you've started the port, go the serb joining menu, choose "private lobby" and enter the password.
Ingame options can be accessed by pressing start to enter the pause menu and pressing R on your controller/RShift on your keyboard.

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A bread for all things emulation.


>Yuzu trannies act like degenerate faggots for years, sharing leaked XCIs on their Shitscord and bullying fellow emudevs for distributing custom builds/forks outside their gay nigger patreon while taking said devs' code and claiming it as their own in violation of the NAP GPL
>them "dropping" Windows 7 support by changing a few lines of code that didn't merit any change PCSX2 style was the last straw
>The cultured Windows 7 community alerts Nintendo to their blatant faggotry, which results in a lawsuit leveled against Yuzu's HRT LLC set up to launder manage their Patreon income
>Troons have to pay up 2,4 mirrion dorrah and shut down Yuzu+Citra forever
>Stoners keep uploading Yuzu forks to Shithub for the lulz while Nintendo tries to shut it down in an epic game of DMCA-mole
>meanwhile Ryujinx is completely unaffected by this due to not being ran by absolute retards it's still way slower than Yuzu on toasters sadly
>nothing of value was lost in the realm of 3DS emulation as Citra alternatives are finally, finally getting off the ground

>DOSBox Staging 0.81.0 adds multithreaded Voodoo chipset emulation and fixes a longstanding SC-55 MIDI playback bug.

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>using wangblows when it is not absolutely necessary
I’m glad those cunts that worked on yuzu were finally taken down but it’s a damn sham that they managed to make millions, if legal rumors are true, before they got axed. 
Question is, why did they cause so much trouble using shady tactics if they were making a lot of money off people? No way would have any form of competition disrupt their money flow. Were they mostly made up of arrogant jeets/brownoids?
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<look in repo
<Rust garbage

I use both W7 and Linux as well, along with the programs you listed on Windows. I can offer you some Linux programs so your experience is more bearable.
Try Viewnior, it's pretty lightweight and does exactly what a basic image viewer is supposed to do. Pro: supports all image formats including webp. Con: can't set the desktop background (on my machine at least).
SMPlayer is a direct clone with better format support since MPC is no longer updated. Pro: can auto-download subtitles for you. Con: cannot export subtitles after you resync them.
Audacious supports Winamp skins and you can try it on Windows too. Also, like SMPlayer, it supports all the modern multimedia formats. Pro: scales the entire UI properly, not just the main player window. Con: doesn't support actual Winamp plugins, for obvious reasons.

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>not preferring terminal programs
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>Terry: if you can't work a command line, you're a nigger
>Anon: you should always use command lines

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>Another leaker has claimed that a PSP/PS Vita style PlayStation handheld is in the works, and it’ll supposedly support PS4 games at launch. 
>The handheld was first rumored back in February. 
>The following month, reports surfaced that Microsoft is working on a gaming handheld. 
>Could both companies be preparing portable systems?
>The latest report comes from Russian journalist Anton Logvinov (via ResetEra), who first leaked Death Stranding and Horizon Zero Dawn PC ports prior to their announcements. <There’s some skepticism about Logvinov’s reporting, so take this rumor with a grain of salt. 
>However, known leaker MooresLawIsDead (MLID) — who first leaked PS5 Pro specs — is also convinced that a PS Vita-esque system is coming.
>Logvinov claims that the “PSP” like handheld will support PS4 games at launch. 
>He also likened the device to Steam Deck, which somewhat aligns with what MLID said back in February.
>MLID claimed that the handheld will feature a custom AMD Accelerated Processing Unit, and will be backwards compatible with digital PS4 games as well as PS5 games with a “Pro-like patch applied.” 
>He further suggested that the d
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and yet i see people enjoying all of that way more than anything sony has put out in the last 5 years.
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Who cares?
I'd rather play Bloodborne remastered than any garbage Nintendo has made for the switch.
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me too but Bloodborne remastered is never happening, none of us wins and Sony will refuse to put their shit together  and nintendo will always outsell the ps2 no matter how much sony insists the ps2 wasn't retired over 20 years ago
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I doubt the switch will surpass the PS2 sales considering it's in its last legs.
Either way, I don't really care if they make handhelds as long as they are indeed PS4 quality.
Devs will keep making uncompressed bloated games anyways
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Remaster won't happen, you'll see a Remake by Bluepoint however.

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What have you bene playing lately? If you're human and play games on the regular there might be something about them that has stuck to you and you deem worthy of sharing. If faggot e-celebs exist it is proof that plenty can be said about videogames, whether good or bad. Gameplay, story, characters, its sounds department or its music, the graphics or lack thereof, and the like.

For instance, I've been meaning to finish Forbidden Siren on the PS2, and you can tell it's a Japanese game because there are funny slanted faces plastered over the 3D mesh equivalent of a potato.
Gameplaywise it plays like your average survival horror game with a unique twist. For some reason I'm yet to figure out, the player characters have the ability to "sightjack" the vision of the faggots trying to kill you. Using this technique you can check on their behaviour and their movement pattern, as well as guessing where they are located using the map and their field of vision. It's a pretty cool gimmick the game was built on, given you're helpless most of the time and there are plenty of villagers with firearms sprinkled throughout the map.

That being said, I've only procrastinated completing this game because it's a fucking slog to play through. The gameplay loop consists of missions printed on time slots on some retarded looking bulletin board, and each mission needs one objective done to be completed. Keep in mind there are 10 different playable characters the story is constantly jumping to fr
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>Rasputin has 5 fingers
>she has 4
I don't know how I missed this as a kid because this sort of stuff bugs the absolute shit out of me.
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Fine, I'd do her
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Bro you'd do anything with a pulse so long as it was attractive to you.
they are all weird puppet people, think of it like the muppets or smiling friends. all of them are weird beings that resemble animals or humans or neither so everyone looks weird and "unique"

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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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