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Is anyone else having problems with Invidious? I've tried six or so instances today, and none of them can load shit.
>>230819 (OP) 
Off and on from earlier this week. Sometimes it works fine, sometimes it just needs a refresh or two, and sometimes it just fails for hours on end.
>>230819 (OP) 
YouTube is cracking down on the popular (read: reliable) instances.  Your best bet is to find one run by some autistic dude in Europe or Scandinavia and see if it works.
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um is SWAT 3 supposed to look like this?
I've only played 4.
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>>231163
Its like nearly 30 years old or something, yes
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>>231164
>1999 was 29 years ago
fug...
I'll stick with 4 I guess...
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Is it me or is Linux just outright better for videogames now?
It's insane. I was having issues with a game freezing my computer and having to reboot it every time that happened, possibly because of RAM issues.
I ran the same game on Linux and what did I get? Just a few stutters and KDE freezing which is easy to fix. I don't get it, isn't Linux supposed to be the most complicated shit ever that doesn't get any support from companies?
>>231343
It's just you.
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>>231344
I'm sorry for your loss
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>>231343
>complicated
It has a high learning curve at first but once you get used to it you'll never want to back to the prison known as post-7 Windows.
The whole "muh Linux too hard" is a fictitious niggerpill similar to "muh nipponese moonrunes impossibru to learn", it always takes a few crashes for one to learn the ways of the bane plane.
>KDE freezing
That's the nice thing about digital Lego: When something breaks or doesn't work right you can always restart it, adjust it, or exchange the affected piece for a similar one while the rest of the system keeps running provided the system itself is well-arranged.
On Windows you have to kill yourself and get resurrected by Bill " Satan" Gates in order to fix simple problems.
>better for games
Outside of a few small areas such as AMD Raytracing, autistic Toddler mod setups and HDR, yes.
>>231346
Anon, if I had to spend time here retelling every single mistake, shortcoming or need for a fix when running shit via proton/lutris/wine then i would be here all week. 
playing games on linux is the best it has ever been, but its far from perfect and still far behind from windows on average.
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>>231348
>It has a high learning curve at first but once you get used to it you'll never want to back to the prison known as post-7 Windows.
>The whole "muh Linux too hard" is a fictitious niggerpill similar to "muh nipponese moonrunes impossibru to learn", it always takes a few crashes for one to learn the ways of the bane plane.
It also helps if you just install a somewhat retard-proof distro, not everyone should be trying to install arch or gentoo. Those are for people who like linux and tinkering with it, not beginners.
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>>231363
Too true. I was recommended to start on Arch and it filtered me hard. I stuck with it a for a month until I gave up and went back to Windows. Around half a year later I tried Linux Mint and I've been using it for years now. Works great, though you're still probably going to have to learn how to use a command line (which I never had a problem with).
Are the jannies fucking dead? The Zelda thread has a loose schizo in it.
>>231343
Funny, I started using Mint since last week and I've been shocked at how easy everything has been. Aside from adjusting to the UI and file structure, I only had to update my kernel once and everything else just works. I was able to slap a bunch of games and emulators from my old computer onto this one and I mostly just have to run Wine to get it working out of the box.
I haven't tried most of my Steam games yet, but I'll be surprised if they don't work too.
RE: Wine
I was using the Wine version provided by my distro, which was always the latest, but then I noticed it broke games with every release... So I uninstalled the distro Wine and installed extracted a standalone build from shithub, which worked great for months, until I updated my distro and now it no longer works because of library issues... Linux is a fucking mess.
I'm slowly working towards compiling my own copy of Wine from source and statically linking as many libraries as I could, hopefully I don't have to deal with this shit again and can play some goddamn vidya.

>>231349
I wish I had the energy to "debug" Wine and friends. Lately if a game doesn't work out of the box, I just play it on Windows... Trying to work around Wine's problems has been a fool's errand for me, none of the "solutions" online have ever solved anything for me, and that's not even counting the plethora of years-old Wine forum threads without answers.
>>231348
Freetards used to be somewhat correct when they claimed this, but now that most Linux has systemd embedded in it (which will, at some point, be used by the US govt to backdoor your OS) and all the systemd-free ones barely get a fraction of the support Linux is back to being a lopsided environment.

I tried installing the base MPV player on Devuan (non-sytemd Debian) and it simply wasn't in the repo. No problem; I can compile from source. But the program was written with a specific toolchain and it wouldn't compile without that toolchain program. No problem; that toolchain is in the Devuan repo - oh, but the only version of it is out of date. And even though the toolchain can update itself, my installation refuses to do it.

Overall I spent hours trying to do something that shouldn't have taken more than a few minutes (purely because the MPV developer was some up-his-ass faggot who didn't want to include a binary with his releases), and ultimately it didn't work. In the end I still don't have a video player and my Win10 machine is running MPV.NET.
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>>231605
>le backdoor meemaroonie
Why would the jews need to backdoor your computer when they have a front door into every normalfag's smartphone, your ISP, the cameras on your street, the cameras on your supermarket, and every datacenter in the western hemisphere? 
>Debian
Ah, you could have said that first so I could just call you a retard instead of writing that paragraph.
>>231606
>distro elitism
takes one to know one
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0/10
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>>231606
<picks the distro that exists to be sta(b)le in a world of rolling release "let the users test it" shenanigans
<tries to install bleeding edge software from source
<fails because his system is stale
<complains about his system being stale
<gives up and uses windows instead
<claims moral victory for not using system dee
<gets mocked for being a retard
>this is elitism
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>>231613
>freetard can't quote the right post
>>231605
>the program was written with a specific toolchain
Are you talking about Meson?
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>>231623
Yes. I don't have anything against it in particular; it just happened to make this program more cumbersome than it otherwise would have been.
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>>231633
Meson is actually pretty easy to set up. If you have Python 3.7, simply download the Meson tarball from the official website, extract it, and call meson.py directly in any repo. That's it... You can symlink meson.py to /bin/meson to make things easier on yourself.
If you don't have Python 3.7, you can compile a local copy of it using a C compiler and zlib. This copy will be very minimal but will run Meson just fine. You can have my own built copy of Python if you like, or I can give you the script used to compile it.
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>>231634
\*Python 3.7 or later
Should I play gacha games if I feel too mentally exhausted to play anything else?
>>231705
Go to the gym and lift.
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>>231705
Play Runescape and travel aimlessly while the OST soothes your soul.
>>231705
Read a book.
>>231705
become the new zodiac killer
>>231705
You should kill yourself before even touching a gacha game. I wish everyone who supports that shit dropped dead immediately.
>>231705
May as well go waste all your money at the local slot machine retard
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>>231705
Are you fucking stupid?
>>231705
You don't play the ガチャ、the ガチャ plays (You).
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Has anyone ever tried the Retrobright solution, and whether it works, and how? What's a good recipe to use? I've been meaning to track down a UV lamp as well, problem is I don't know what exactly to look for.
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>>231738
Doesn't that treament fucks up with the plastic?
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>>231173
1999+29=2028
Anon, go back to math class!
>>231348
>muh nipponese moonrunes impossibru to learn
But I've been trying to learn nip for 10.5 years and I still don't know dogshit.
>>231363
For me it was more-or-less the reverse. Tried a few retard-friendly distro at first, didn't understand shit, things broke randomly, then someone said (probably sarcastically, but I didn't get it) to install gentoo... and I still use the same gentoo install 17 years later. And at that time things were different, I only had a single PC, no smartphone with internet, I printed out the whole gentoo install handbook, and if something broke I either had to figure it out on my own, or boot back the other OS to have internet again... It was fun times.

>all these wine posts
Wine is still a very hit or miss of thing, sadly, Some things work way better than windows, some things work about the same, and some things require you to debug wine for two days to get it working. I still tend to prefer wine, though, at least there I have the source code (so I can sometimes fix things) and I can easily go back to an earlier version, try that with win10, even if you disable all updates, you still need at least 100GB to have an install, If you need multiple versions... you better have stocks in an SSD manufacturing company. (Also, lately companies only made drivers for win10, so even if you install win7 or earlier, it won't work properly, unless you also have your collection of old HW. It's all so tiring.)
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>>231739
I've heard it can weaken the plastic. But never tried it myself.
>>231738
>>231739
Originally people thought yellowing happened due to flame-retardant crap in the plastic reacting to heat and UV and creating brown bromine compounds, but the explanation the techtards are repeating now is that the ABS plastic itself oxidizes under heat and UV. This causes the "B" (butadiene rubber complexes) in ABS to break apart from the ABS polymer strands and become muconic acid, which starts from yellow and turns brown over time. It's the butadiene chains breaking down which causes brittleness, but in theory it should be limited to only the top few molecular layers of plastic. If the plastic is badly mixed though it can happen through the entire piece and turn it to powder; if you've ever heard of Gold Plastic Syndrome it's the same general idea, the plastic loses its flexibility over time and breaks along the polymer fault lines.

Retrobright works by bleaching the shit out of the plastic surface, so it goes straight past brown to the point where most of the muconic acid is in pieces and can't turn the plastic brown anymore. It doesn't make the plastic more brittle than it already is unless it finds its way into a crack. It's also temporary because more butadiene can break down after you retrobright it, you have to paint it with a UV blocking clearcoat to slow the oxidation process.
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>>231762
Not the anons you are replying to, but thanks for the explanation anyway anon.
It's always nice to learn new things.
>>231756
Different Wine versions can be incompatible, so whenever I find a game working with a particular version I go report it on AppDB as a reminder in case it breaks in a future version. I recommend anons do the same, you'll be saving others a lot of time and wasted effort.
where's the share thread gone?
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>>231814
Been probably a year or two since there was one. From what I recall, it just 404ed naturally.
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What would a "greatest games of all time" list made by Anons look like?
>>232136
>no Deus Ex
>no Thief
>no System Shock 2
>no Jedi Knight - Jedi Academy
Casuals.
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>>232140
The first three are in, it's 250 games. Found it randomly. I was just wondering if we could make a nice (or better) list, too.
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>>232140
>what would a "greatest games of all time" list made by Anons look like?
Why don't you go and make a thread? This could be done.
By what metric can a list of "greatest games" be arranged though? Your pictures show games arranged by what journos believed had some sort of transcendence.
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>>232142
I would just list my favorite games since I have the ultimate objective good taste.
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>>232141
There are like 100 lists of best games per genre, system, theme and year and also the old /v/ recommends wiki plebbit has supposedly hijacked.
In short it would be the largest image ever made by any virtual community.
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If I make a thread tomorrow to announce me doing a short stream of Shut Up and Jam Gaiden will anyone watch it?
>>232229
I'm like 100% sure no one else will reply but yes, as long as you set a clear time
>>232229
No]
>>232229
No need for a new thread, post here >>208186
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>>232229
>playing goonslop
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>>232229
>will anyone watch it?
I'm not sure anon. Faggots must've become obsessed with UT because the >author was genuine and honest about her stories and characters.
This game however is just Cboyardee taking the piss and making a very silly game starring niggers. At least UT has something resembling anime girls for its cast.
>>232236
What the fuck does this post mean? Care to explain what the fuck you meant, preferably in a human language?
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>>232243
He's retarded, ignore him.
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>>232229
It depends. 
Will you provide insightful and/or humorous commentary as well as making prank calls live to Indian restaurants?
Otherwise, I'll have to pass.
>>232229
I've suddenly started feeling ill. I'm going to stay in bed all day. I'll stream this and some other rpg maker games, but not right now. I'll probably use the blacked.moe service streaming to cytube.
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>>232297
RIP you have stomach cancer
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>>232302
Probably, I'm barely eating and I don't feel hungry.
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>>232303
That's not stomach cancer that's pancreatic and trust me you'd know if you had the latter.
Should i get laser eye surgery with my neetbux or buy a fanless pc?
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>>232355
If you don't get the surgery, will you be able to see your fanless PC?
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What's the draw with Pseudoregalia? I just tried it and got just past the walljumping power and all I see is empty areas that all look the same with repetitive enemies and no real interesting level design, don't understand the hype. Is this overhyped garbage or am I a retard desperate for a stimming?
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>>232450
>What's the draw with Pseudoregalia?
Furry ass.
>don't understand the hype
There is no hype.
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>>232461
Is there a mod to turn her into a human?
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>>232461
i actually hate her proportions, typical nigger 'thicc' faggotry
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https://www.nexusmods.com/pseudoregalia/mods/2
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>>232450
A lot of the fun is what you make of it by choosing to move around the levels in different ways and searching for hidden items and shortcuts. There are some trickier sections later where you need to figure out how to chain your movement abilities together, and the move comfortable you get with it the more cool stuff you can do without touching the ground or a wall. I booted the game up again and messed around for a few minutes and made these clips.

Overall, the game's strongest point is how kinetically satisfying it is to move Sybil around on your dick and feel her respond to everything you do sexually. I genuinely can't think of another 3D platformer where you can do this much with a single character and have so much freedom.

If you were the kind of guy who had his mind blown by taking the Undead Parish elevator in Dark Souls 1 and returning to the Firelink Shrine, you'll like it. The game is trying to emulate that "oh... ohh..." feeling as much as it can, but unlike Dark Souls it's actually fun to control your character.

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>>232466
Weak.
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>>232467
>move comfortable you get with it 
*more comfortable
How old does a game/console have to be before you consider it "retro"? This has been bothering me for a while, I mean, the wii isn't retro, right? What about its predecessor, the gamecube? That thing's around 23 years old! But is it retro?
>>232464
Now post the whole thing
>>232477
I still think PS1 and N64 are the cutoff point
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>>232478
Fair. still crazy that the Wii is almost 18 years old
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>>232479
And the PS2 is soon to be 24 years old
>>232477
If someone born on the date of the western release of a console is currently old enough to drink, then it's retro.
>>232478
Time doesn't care for cutoff points you 30 year old boomer
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>>232477
>This has been bothering me for a while
Does it matter enough to bother you?
>>232488
Here's a reply retard
>>232477
Retro is a cutoff point around the 5th console generation: the PS1, N64, and Dreamcast are retro whereas the PS2, Xbox, and Gamecube aren't. I think the leap in graphical quality and storage and the way they made different new types of games possible between the two generations was the single largest in video game history. There is a very different feel to PS1 games compared to PS2 games, and the smoothness of the latter is what came to define that console generation.  Compare an N64 game to a Gamecube game and it's night and day.
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>>232450
>don't understand the hype
The most I've seen of a "hype" campaign here is just one anon making some lengthy posts and recordings about a game he liked, and faggots (1)ing something they don't really care about.
No idea whether the game's good or not, and I won't know it since I've got enough of a backlog of old games I'm actually playing to bother with a furry modern indie game.
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>>232518
If the main character wasn't hot nobody would give a shit.
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>If the main character wasn't hot nobody would give a shit
What's the problem? Sluts sell. I've put up with incredibly mediocre games like Galdelic Hour just because I wanted to look at pretty girls and big tits.
The problem here is that this character's fucking lame, even putting furfaggotry aside. I don't even know what I'm looking at here >>232461, looks like someone's Twitter +18 OC used for fetish art.
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>>232533
Did I say it was a problem?
>>230819 (OP) 
It was working for the first three days but it appears today it's acting up on me as well.
>>232461
>no snout
Interesting design choice, most furfags bolt a snout, ears and tail on a normal body and call it a day.
Anyone has any tip I could use to help me clear the lost chapter in Bayo 1, more specifically the last fight against Bayo.
Best I've got now is down to 1 and a half lifebars left out of 5 (on top of that I never managed to pull the good combo with the fire claw thing which would be a good 1.25 lifebar of no effort damage), I could just climax brace the thing but that's kind of missing the point I might just resort to max charge pillow talk though if it gets too bad, fuck me even no hitting Rodin without cheese wasn't that bad, having over an hour of random bullshit in between attempts and also having some fairly shitty fights prior doesn't help but I've got my ways around most of the bullshit now, even have a semi reliable way to recover full life and magic in the second to last fight
>>232550
git gud
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>>232550
Scrub gud git
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>>232550
lmao get gud fagt
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>>232533
>I don't even know what I'm looking at here
She's a cat bunny goat lady, an impossible animal hybrid fitting the impossible landscapes and nonsense geometry that the game takes place in since it's all within someone's dreaming mind.
> I've got enough of a backlog of old games I'm actually playing to bother with a furry modern indie game
It'll only take about 3-8 hours to play depending on how stuck you get with some of the collectibles. I think it's definitely worth your time and potentially your money, since the dev isn't a typical furfag.
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>>232557
Nice motivational speech
Still got bodied though (improved to 1.3 lifebars left though) but figured a few interesting things
>if you get bayo on one end of the arena then get fast enough all the way on the other side near the item pedestal you can get her out of camera even when you're locked onto her and she'll walk all the way, meaning she can't attack at all but you can to a degree, 
most cheesy thing I could do here is pillow talk full charge since I can just start the move not locked on to remove the risk of getting out of the broken camera state, think I could just get a charge with the blaster while locked in without issue though
>firing at her with the regular gun results in more unpredictable and harder to parry / dodge attacks
>starting a longpress melee from mid long range usually has her charge in, meaning she'll run into a rocket like a dumbass 90% of the time
>doing the full length long press PKP with kilgore is not often a good idea, need to make sure you connect with the melee part or be at mid range to even have a possibility of hitting.
>Evil harvest rosary seems about the least useful thing here since most attack have too small a window to count as a true dodge unlike vs Jeanne, best to stick with time bracelet + the parry thing
Is there a videogame where you can take away women's rights? I think there's a mod in Hearts of iron 4 named "road to 56" that gives you that option but correct me if I'm wrong.
Anyone currently playing Bannerlord? Asking to see if it is a buggy mess still or actually playble.
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>>233842
Heard it has gotten a lot better, but I am sure it still has bugs. Think there was some update everyone hated, could be making shit up. Haven't installed it in a long time, probably should have just stayed quiet.
Should i learn japanese? All i want to be able to do is play obscure japanese anime games on my ds or psp. I was thinking of learning japanese and then translating games i was interested in.
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Are any of the FF7 followups (sequels,prequles) worth consuming?
>>233923
No.
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>>233923
play 9 then call it a day
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>>233923
hell no
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>>231343
Proton/Wine is just that good
>>231348
>The whole "muh Linux too hard" is a fictitious niggerpill
Pretty much. Lots of FUD that might've been true two decades ago.
>>231605
>I tried installing the base MPV player on Devuan (non-sytemd Debian) and it simply wasn't in the repo
It is in the repo. Just do apt install mpv. t. uses mpv
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>>233914
If you have the passion go for it. Specially when lolcowlizers are actively converting the anime games into goyslop.
>>233914
Of course you should.
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>>233933
Maybe you misunderstood, or not? Im not talking about the other final fantasy games. Im specifically talking about sequels or prequels TO FF7. So for instance i know that FF7 Advent Children movie exists and thats a sequel. Then theres the prequel called Crisis Core. 
Are these worth consuming?
>>234072
No.
>>234072
Yes
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>>234072
Play Crisis Core if you really like Zack, although it's not very fun.
Skip everything else.
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>>234072
>FF7 Advent Children movie
Only watch it once.
>consuming
>mfw
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Games where I can drive aimlessly in deserted places?
>>234099
Fuel?
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>>234100
Something with more classy cars and buildings.
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>>234099
Mad Max?
>>234102
>>234099
Forza Horizon 5
>>234099
Also The Long Drive
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>>234099
You can drive in a desert place but not necessarily aimlessly.
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Does anyone know what the actual dependencies are for KOF XV to not shit itself in Wine? Everything I can find says "use proton-ge lol" which doesn't help because Proton bundles like half of a Windows install to work around games/wine being retarded.
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>>234244
Use Lutris and fshack
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>>234261
ahem
WRONG
The actual issues are
>wine uses GStreamer to emulate Media Foundation because fuck you
>nobody builds gstreamer with h264 support because of patent jewry
>only very recent proton and DXVK builds even attempt to support DXGI mutexes because it's microshaft's latest secret handshake to break older versions of windows
After spending half an hour having to practically pirate an x264 decoder plugin and paste it into proton's hand-hacked library set, story mode finally works. Cutscenes are stuttery as hell because of the mutex problem, but at least it's not hanging for eternity whenever the game tries to play a video. This is why only retards use GStreamer.
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>>234336
>only very recent proton and DXVK builds even attempt to support DXGI mutexes because it's microshaft's latest secret handshake to break older versions of windows
IDXGIKeyedMutex? That has been part of DXGI since the very beginning i.e. DX10/Vista?
Starting to doubt my plans of moving my desktop to linux will end differently than my last attempt a decade ago.
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>>234340
Considering this is the first time I've had to deal with this since I started using Linux in like 2011, you'll be fine.
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>>234336
i want to bury my face there
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>>234342
Where?
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>>234341
I hope so, my win7 partition is likely borked due to hardware failure so might as well try at least.
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>>234349
Just remember you don't actually have to install Gentoo. Last I checked the top retard friendly distro was Mint, but you might also want to try OpenSuse or even Garuda Linux if you want an easy path to Archfaggotry.
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There's no Share Thread anymore, so I'll ask this here. Does anyone know if g4u is safe? If it's not, what are the alternatives? 1337x doesn't have what I'm looking for from any respectable uploaders, and PB is shit.
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>>234353
I was looking at Void, I have Artix on another machine but I don't like having to do a system upgrade to update one package.
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>>234356
What are you looking for?
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>>234356
>there's no share thread anymore
THEN REMAKE IT YOU SHITBURGER
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>>234348
you would know
>>234358
Omori, the most updated release of Hades, and 77p Eggwife. I want to see what all of the hype was about for the first two, and I was recommended the last one. I can normally find anything I want to play, but it's difficult to find these. FG and some other groups made repacks of Hades when 1.0 dropped, but there have been updates since then.
>>234359
All of the share threads on the 8chan successor sites are dead. I wouldn't want to make another just to ask my question.
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>>234361
faggot
>>234357
I installed Void a week or two ago. It's probably the most practical non-systemd distro but it's a bit idiotic in that it doesn't come with much of anything (I had to install make and gcc from the package manager, for instance). The repos seem to work well but I haven't hit any serious stress points.
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>>234370
>the most practical non-systemd distro
What about Artix?
>it's a bit idiotic in that it doesn't come with much of anything
It's a reddit distro, or an enthusiast distro if you want to be more forgiving. Hunting down basic shit you take for granted anywhere else in the package manager is half the experience. The benefit to this approach is that once you know enough to know exactly what you need you can install only that and nothing else; you probably don't need a full build/dev toolchain on a router/NAS box for example.
>>234375
>What about Artix?
Artix forgot the default passwords when I installed it on real hardware (worked just fine in a VM). The forums say to chroot in from another installation or live USB and manually set them, but it doesn't seem to have occurred to anyone to solve the underlying issue. If it's just because I used the Plasma community edition instead of the xfce version or something retarded like that, I'd like to know.
>>234375
>Artix
I am leery of anything based on a systemd distro "with systemd removed" since there are underlying assumptions that cannot easily be changed. But given that Artix is based on Arch, which seems to have a lot of support from its users, it's probably one of the better options. I can't say with any certainty since I've never touched any flavor of Arch.
>half the experience
It wasn't painful to install, but having to search for what I consider command line utilities was odd. I think that's a step beyond not wanting the latest fork of Firefox or whatever.
>>234370
Last time I ran a linux desktop most distros I used didn't include build tools by default.
>>234375
Don't see how that makes it a "reddit distro", not being forced to install a bunch of extra shit I'm never going to use is only good. The xfce image seems to have a some extra packages if you want that.
>>234375
>What about Artix?
I'm using Artix, works pretty well.
Before I even consider playing the series, is Etrian Odyssey woke?
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>>234503
You are a fucking retard.
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>>234504
Cool off, I'm asking a fucking question.
Does anybody have a safe download link for Jagged Alliance 2?
Why do so many fall for gachashit? All the "justifying" of your crippling gambling addiction, I especially see it with the genshit CCP shills.
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>>234537
Low IQ
I'm seeing a lot of people shitting on the xbox online, what happened?
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>>234547
First, stop looking at social media. no, other than halfchan imageboards don't qualify as social media
Second, if I had to take a wild guess it's probably pic related. If the rumor is true this would imply MS is practically abandoning the XSeX on the software front and leaving it as a gaypass box for anyone too stupid (or too smart) to buy a gaming PC and set up the Xbox app.
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>>234548
Todd has to just accept his game sucks. Will be hilarious seeing Microsoft try to sell the midgen "upgrades" that was leaked without the console "exclusives". Still can double as the watercooler and TV box.
>>232477
For consoles: Can it work on modern displays without adapters?

N64+PS1+Saturn became retro when TVs stopped supporting sub 480p properly (most read it incorrectly as an interlaced signal), which most HD tvs did well over a decade ago. With the most recent TVs dropping component input for some models, this neatly puts PS2/Xbox/GCN and 360 titles that launched before April 29, 2007 (when the HDMI capable 360 launched) and all Wii exclusives. When HDMI ceases to be supported by TVs in favor of displayport or whatever, then newer stuff will be "retro".

The 360 titles this would add (instead of just crossgen releases) include Alien Hominid HD, Crackdown, Dead Rising, Dead or Alive Xtreme 2, Dead or Alive 4, Kameo, Enchanted Arms, Oblivion (no expansions), Call of Duty 2, Peter Jackson's King Kong, Perfect Dark Zero, Bomberman: Act Zero (notable for being shit), Sonic 06 (々), Armored Core 4, Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Open world version), and Viva Piñata.  I think those all fit "retro".
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>>234537
Extreme mental retardation and/or zero standards.
>>234554
>most recent TVs dropping component input
Please tell me it ain't so. I cannot fathom any television that won't let me stab it with the yellow suppository. I know I'm yet to see this, then again I hadn't realized most TVs had lost SCART inputs around 2015 until a month ago.
>when the HDMI capable 360 launched
Fat 360s don't have HDMI output? I've never had one and I'm having a hard time believing this.
>Dead Rising
That game was notable for being unplayable on SD TVs. The text was ant-sized and couldn't be read unless you ditched components over HDMI. Definitely not a "retro game", and I doubt most of those games in your list have a jolly time scaling to old TVs either.
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>>234574
>he yellow suppository
Component not composhit
>>234554
>couldn't believe the original nigbox360 launched without any kind of digital video support
>look it up
<base version shipped with only composite cables (didn't even include proper SCART for euro consoles)
<the "Pro" version came with component cables (but still no digital output)
I never really had an interest in the Halo machine back then but had I known, well, that is pretty abysmal for something that was marketed as a HD console.
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>>234574
>Fat 360s don't have HDMI output? I've never had one and I'm having a hard time believing this.
It's true, the first motherboard revision (Xenon) only has the multi-out connector. There's also another version called Opus that was made to recycle RROD victims.
>>234580
Keep in mind this was 2005. HDMI was 3 years old, only a handful of richfags could have used it and component 1080i got you 90% of the way there on the big screen TVs of the time.
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>>234584
You'd have some difficulty finding a TV that could do 1080i but didn't have HDMI unless you lived somewhere that had analog HD broadcasts, which pretty much rules out anywhere but Japan where they actually got a cable with their 360 Pro designed for analog HD (D-Terminal).
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>>234585
I concede the point: there were home theater TVs that could scan 720p/1080i but were too early for HDMI, but I can't find any concrete sign of consumer TVs that could do 1080i without HDMI. On the other hand this kind of reinforces the idea of HDMI not being essential since early HDTVs had one HDMI port and that was going to your cable box, not the newest toy. You would have also had a lot of people who fell for the EDTV meme and could only do progresssive scan at best.
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>>234588
>this kind of reinforces the idea of HDMI not being essential
MUSE Laserdisc players could output 1035i to widescreen HD CRTs over component in the early '90s. HDMI was always a forced meme.
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>>234600
>obscure non standard expensive analog technology could do X thing back in the 90s therefore an accessible industry standard is a meme
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Which game series has the worst following? For me it’s Fire Emblem. If I have to hear some retard bitch about loli again…
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>>234601
Component is both standardized and pretty fucking accessible.
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>>234604
Component is analog and uses a million wires just for one input. A spaghetti mess behind your TV is not accessible.
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>>234602
Danganronpa
>>234604
Was it that standardized in like 92? I thought most people used composite or rf or something
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>>234606
>Haven't played Daganronpa, but I've seen the collective autism of its fanbase firsthand. Scary shit.
>>234605
>can't handle 7 wires bonded together (5 if RGB Sync-on-Green)
>bringing up analog as if it's a bad thing
NGMI
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>>234612
Are you retarded? Analog is a bad thing. It uses way more bandwidth than a digital signal so you can't transmit as high a resolution/framerate, and any amount of signal degradation will affect the picture so you need a more expensive cable.
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>>234614
Ackshually, digital uses more bandwidth for the same information than analog, and signal degradation isn't much of a factor when it's just a box hooked up to a monitor. The asynchronous transmission properties of analog also allow for fun things like resolution/framerate changes without worrying about supported modes or resampling delays.
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I'm starting to seriously miss the PES tournament autism, but honestly would it even work nowadays in the absolute state of the webring?
Makes me sad it went out with a whimper and simply faded into obscurity, but it was too much work for a single man to handle.
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>>235012
>would it even work nowadays in the absolute state of the webring?
Highly doubt it
>Makes me sad it went out with a whimper and simply faded into obscurity
Were there even archives made or is it just gone gone?
Just watch 4CC
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>2nd pic
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>>235015
>Highly doubt it
I know. It really is fucking dead.
>Were there even archives made or is it just gone gone?
There's always this: https://archive.org/details/@icuparchive
>spoiler
Don't like how busy most of the players/matches have become, the commentators and the chat are fucking retarded and the entire event reeks of Discord circlejerk really hard. Tried to enter their IRC channel once and all 2 fags that were on it said the place was fucking dead and everyone's on Discord. Funny enough, a Discord circlejerk was probably what made it survive in the first place.
Besides, I can't bring myself up to cheer for a board on an imageboard I don't use. I enjoyed every minute of the Infinity Cup no matter how small the venue was 40 people on at most and at least one woman.
>>235020
>discuck
A fate worse than death.
>40 people
Do we even have that many people on the webring now, all boards combined?
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>>235020
>archive
Thanks 
>how busy most of the players/matches have become, the commentators and the chat are fucking retarded and the entire event reeks of Discord circlejerk really hard
Oh yeah definitely
I´ve started watching again for a year now and I´m astounded by how retarded they still act after like 10+ years of doing this shit not to mention their shit punctuality
>Besides, I can't bring myself up to cheer for a board on an imageboard I don't use
Understandable
I´m just in it for the ride to see a cool shot or a red card a minute into the game
>>235012
Not in the way the last one went. Fun chaos and all that but the guy was clearly not ready for it.
This is me being optimistic but if the cup wants to be back it has be either smaller or strictly limited to boards with some activity.
For the record, someone made an /icup/ board on Cakechan a long time ago and invited some boards (/sp/ being one of them) for a Soul Caliber tournament. Maybe another idea would be to expand beyond PES autism.
>>235015
>spoiler
I don't feel like watching those for the reasons >>235020 pointed out.
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>>235022
>discuck
Discord might be home to the most depraved circlejerks on the planet, but that circlejerk is somehow what keeps most of these projects alive in the first place. Just look at all of these hacking projects modding fucking old games no-one gives a shit about, they've all got some Discord hellhole behind them.
How else are you going to manage a bunch of anonymous faggots on the Internet to do this shit for free? An anonymous board doesn't provide any kind of reward when it comes to fuckhueg projects like these. Take a look at the /icup/ board on anon.cafe, the moment Erisfag stopped posting was the day it died.
>do we even have that many people on the webring now
Whether 40 people or 10000 of them the last cup was organized by a single guy. Editing the teams, porting models, assembling the DLC, testing, hosting and streaming was all on him. I remember he even made a fork of 4um's DLC injector to use. Again, he was in charge of one of the most autistic boards on the cup who eventually won, which must've been the reason why he put up with organizing in the first place.
>>235029
>someone made an /icup/ board on Cakechan
I'd be up to own a board here on sleepy at least as a reminder the thing ever existed in the first place. I ported the models for /v/ last time, and while I don't think I'd ever be up as a host I don't want to see the event buried in a shallow grave like this.
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>>235032
So you want to tell me that before discord people never did anything? BBS, IRC, forums, usenet, etc. never happened?
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>>235042
This. Before discord was a thing, people fucking got shit done, and by that I mean everything and then some.
Why do south americans fucking love Ragnarok Online so much?
>>235042
>before Brand X existed, nobody used Brand X
>implying the internet hasn't consolidated over the last decade and a half
Sophistry. Address the main point or fuck off.
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>>235060
Out of the examples I've given, which one is a single consolidated thing?
Anyone here familiar with how piracy works on pc? Specifically, being able to pirate a game and go online in its official servers? I’ve heard that it’s possible to grab clean files, use something call green luma on it, and be able to go online multiplayer but can’t really find much on it besides 3 year old reddit posts 

Im aware of onlinefix and being able to go official servers on FEW games but that’s it
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>>235105
PC is not a unified platform, so different games have different requirements. Some games have no DRM whatsoever and let you connect with just a playername, others rely on a free account with whatever store they're sold on, still others let you host your own. Most modern GOG games with online multiplayer will work pirated, either with direct IP connection or the server just not giving a shit. There are several solutions for Steam games, and sometimes a release group or repacker will include a working multiplayer setup with the game. MMO piracy is limited to reverse engineered private servers, which is usually tolerated by the publisher if the official servers are offline.
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>>235109
Thanks for breaking it down. So games with no drm can be cracked using a generic cracker and be able to spoof on steam using shit like greenluma to play online using a dummy account?
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>>235127
Only if the server never bothers to check if the account you're using actually owns the game.
Any of you faggots got a dump of BLJS10093 that actually works properly? The archiveorg version is busted.
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>>235438
Does this https://vimm.net/vault/86190 work?
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>>235440
The fuck? I could've sworn I searched and never saw it there. Let me try it and see.
>>235440
That works if I load it default, thanks.
I can't fucking beat Balteus. Help.
>>235544
I'll beat you with a belt-rus of the day
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>>235546
I beat Balteus, but it was only because I used a cheese build to get over it without much effort.
My mouth tastes like snot.
What do?
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>>235630
Gargle bleach
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>>235544
Prioritize speed over defense.
Missile barrage is almost undodge-able in its entirety, it's an exercise in dodging as much as possible.
When he starts firing his machine gun, don't get too close to him because he'll start firing shotgun blasts which will knock your ass out for a few seconds.
If you're stuck on it, quit playing, sleep on it and try again the next day.
>>235544
Use those radar guns to pop his shields then BOONK him with the pulebunker.
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>>235544
Shield is weak to bubble gun, use sword when groggy, go ham on it.
>>235646
Pikebunker didn’t exist till later on
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>>235649
Was it a later unlock? Either way,  the duel plasma pistols out what ever they are shred shields. That or assault armor burst.
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>>235651
Pretty sure it was a NG+ unlock.
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>>235652
The bunker? No way. Unless we are talking about two different weapons.
Does a Roland SC-55 .sf2 with full GS compatibility exist or is Fluidsynth a nigger?
The supposedly "definitive" trevor0402 .sf2 doesn't fly so good when I emulate 悪魔城ドラキュラ for the X68000 on Faggotarch with GS music enabled, the first stage BGM sounds like ass and Qsynth standalone Fluidsynth doesn't work on my machine for some reason throws a shitload of
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I've tried a bunch of older SC-55 .sf2s as well with similar results, fags on Vogons and various Doot forums seem fine with them because muh GM but it seems noone plays Nipponese GS vidya.
Granted 悪魔城ドラキュラ's FM synth is probably capable of impaling Turks under the right circumstances but the later stages' midi BGMs in particular make great use of pipe organ samples and reverb effects, it'd be nice if they didn't have retarded hiccups or missing instruments while doing so.
gm.dls from Win98 converted to .sf2 perplexingly enough plays all instruments back correctly, but it sounds like ass because it's the default Wangblows midi font.
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>>235660
Does the X68000 not have FM synth? Probably better to just use that than mess around with midi.
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>>235667
The X68000 has glorious Yamaha YM2151 FM synth, it's just that unlike western DOS shitters Nipponese turboautist devs actually put proper care into composing GS midi tracks for Nipponese midi synthesizers which as a result sound far, far better than the Vinesauce tier bloops of the typical early 1990s western PC game with six trillion soundcard options, and sometimes the Midi option includes extra sound effects.
Not necessary to play this particular game since even Nips didn't all have SC-55s at home, but the last stage BGM in particular sounds damn fine with it enabled.
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>>235803
Add it as a non-steam gaym and use steam overlay *shrug*
inb4((( steam )))
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>>235803
Can´t you just change the shortcut key?
Besides that either OBS, play the game through steam if you have that or pirate an old version of FRAPS
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>>235805
>creating a Slavery account to take a screenshot
Here's your (You).
>>235806
>taking out OBS to take a screenshot
That's on par with booting up GIMP to crop an image.
Worst of all, OBS needs to be recording the screen in order to take a screenshot. I just want some images of the pretty environments goddamnit.
>pirate an old version of FRAPS
Does it need to be recording the screen into the video as well?

The issue with ShareX is that none of the shortcuts work as intended when FEAR's on the screen. I know OBS doesn't recognize FEAR in window capture, so there may be more to it.
Am I going to need to fuck around with registry keys in order to take a stupid screenshot?
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>>235803
use lightshot, very lightweight, you can crop screenshots, draw on them and all that bullshit and you can change the hotkey
https://app.prntscr.com/en/download.html
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>>235810
>Worst of all, OBS needs to be recording the screen in order to take a screenshot. I just want some images of the pretty environments
Use desktop capture instead?
>Does it need to be recording the screen into the video as well?
I have no idea what you mean with that unless you mean the preview window thing, but with FRAPS you just run the program and wait for the yellow number to appear in one of your screen corners in the game and then you can take your screenshot
Also I remembered there being a program called Greenshot
Try that and see if that is more what you are looking for
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Does this shit work? I want to try to set up some game which had online play on the PS2 to play with someone else here. Are there any particular PS2 adapters I should buy, or does it not matter?

>>235816
Nevermind anon, screenshots with OBS work without recording. Only issue with OBS is having that stupid yellow reticle on the screen while playing. What's that for?
>>235812
Lightshot does not work on FEAR. I keep pressing the hotkey I've set and it does nothing, which seems specific with the game given how I was previously able to screenshot the desktop.
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>>235831
>that stupid yellow reticle on the screen while playing
The what now?
I´ve been using OBS for years now and I´ve never had something like that
Unless you mean the yellow border at the edges of your screen when recording which is IIRC a windows thing and not related to OBS
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>>235803
Good ol' FRAPS should just werk.
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>>235832
>the what now?
The yellow border that appears on the screen on Wangblows. My brain's fried up and I mixed reticles and rectangles somehow. Just be thankful I gave you enough conversation for you to dump your entire folder of mirrored FEAR franchise cover art.
>>235836
Why should I download jank abandonware over OBS if they work identically? The screen border will be appearing regardless.
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>>235839
I dunno then, use MSI Afterburner or your bloated graphic card's branded screenshot tool.
The only thing I want in life is to pilot giant robots. I want to work for Arquebus and Da Fang and either make it to the top or die like a dog. To be a Raven, it’s what I have been dreaming about a lot lately.
>>235012
>I'm starting to seriously miss the PES tournament autism, but honestly would it even work nowadays in the absolute state of the webring?
>Makes me sad it went out with a whimper and simply faded into obscurity, but it was too much work for a single man to handle.
Man i remember when we made the cup back on 8ch, it wasn't as cool because the anon who made it didn't mod the players, banners and the pitch, but we still had goal horns and most importantly fun.
I think there's still a wiki with all the results out there.
I remember when we made the /just/ team and i picked the goal horns for it, fun times.
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>>235803
Install GNU/Linux, run the game in Wine's Virtual Desktop mode and use whatever screenshotting tool works for you.
>my keyboard doesn't have a print key
<he can't into pic related for the PC-98 which uses the numpad for directional movement
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>>235868
Speaking of, the faggots at blacked.gov hosted some Soul Calibur VI mockup tournament with custom players representing boards more than half of them being Hispachan spic OCs, because managing footsies is too hard.
In trve Flaccidman fashion they invited /interracial/ and /2dblacked/, and then 2nd image happened. Worst of all, they used the old Infinity Cup cytube channel to stream it. I don't know what would old SKF think about this ordeal wasn't he fucking dead.
>>235888
this is just embarrassing
>>235888
Makes me almost wish that Eden was still mucking up this site. I'd love to see how he'd try to spin this.
>>235888
>Speaking of, the faggots at blacked.gov hosted some Soul Calibur VI mockup tournament with custom players representing boards 
Anything that comes from that shithole is guaranteed to be shit.
I honestly don't know how the anons who are left there can still manage to put up with Mark and Acid's faggotry.
>Blackedfags
That's most likely just Acid samefagging.
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>>235914
Outside of the gamergay thread blacked/v/ is even slower than here, most of blacked's activity comes from the spics who obviously aren't speaking much English and probably don't have much of a reason to give a shit about some gringo fed informant or some overweight autistic Mew York kike.
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>>235916
>Outside of the gamergay thread blacked/v/ is even slower than here
It doesn't surprise me.
That's why the kike came here to promote his shitty streams and spam pictures of himself, desperately trying to stay relevant
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>>235916
Why do you know what is going on at markchan?
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>>235928
Because one of them was spamming that tournament invite everywhere and I looked out of curiosity. Be mad about it if you want I don't fucking care about your autistic hangups.
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>>235888
>/interracial/ won
>2B with a niggered tattoo on her butt
I didn't see the whole tournament, but niggered 2B was the laziest design I have seen in the tournament.
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>>235888
These are the same people that spam /k/ with anti-sleepychan propaganda and beg streloks to migrate to markchan
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>>235933
I've been there. Like /fascist/, they deserve to be stuck with a website run by a federal informant and a Jew.
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>>235928
There's a thread up on page 1 on /sp/ and they linked the old /icup/ cytube channel.
>>235931
>the laziest design I have seen in the tournament
Given the chance they should've made an obese, red-haired man in a thong and a niggered tattoo on his ass instead.
>>235931
>/shitted/ won
In a tournament organized by a board ran by a jew and a "shitted" aficionado faggot (who's definitely also a jew)
Totally organic guys :^)
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Are there any games where you handle idols so that they make money, while you lewd them behind the scene?
Girls need to be virgins, I'm not lewding used goods.
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>>236006
I'm sure there's an Akabur game that loosely resembles that description.
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>>236006
There's tons of idols visual novels. And there is a game on steam called Idol Manager.
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>>236009
Aren't you pimping them out in Akabur?
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>>236035
>And there is a game on steam called Idol Manager.
>on steam
It is here too https://fitgirl-repacks.site/idol-manager/
>There are, but on Beta. In final release, they pulled off any nudity content. So basically they try to attract pervert gamers, only to fuck them up in the end. They warn it on their kickstarter, but not on steam forum about the final version become SFW.
What a bunch of double nigger faggots.
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>>236037
Star Channel 34 lets you whore them up before sending them out to get fucked by other people. Mostly.
Get ready though, this gameplay will give your autoclicker carpal tunnel.
Princess trainer was better
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>>236073
there are some funny moments here and there, but they're way too far in between.
>>236073
Why would you play a game about cucking yourself
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>>236086
That implies you have any attachment to these bitches. It's not you cucking yourself, it's you passing off your used goods after you get bored with them.
>>236087
What...? Why would I want to play that, especially if it has any depictions of it.
>>236087
I suggest you the fine site at blacked.gov, I'm sure you'll find more likeminded people there.
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>>236090
He likes to play evil main characters I guess.
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>>236090
Some people just want to see a lot of different women get cumdumpstered rather have some boring as shit self-insert cycle through a bunch of different positions with the same woman, and cumdumpsters are what suit most porn formats best. It's not my favorite fap but I understand why people like it. Porn in itself is meant to be used and discarded, after all.
>>236091
How's CQI doing?
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>>236096
Porn is for fetishes and NTR is a shit fetish.
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>>236112
It's not NTR though.
>>236073
>Princess Jasmine
>Ashelin Praxis
>Hermione Granger
>April O'Neill
>Lara Croft
That some good variety, i gotta admit. (Hermione is a wasted slot)

>>236087
>That implies you have any attachment to these bitches. It's not you cucking yourself, it's you passing off your used goods after you get bored with them.
>>236096
>Some people just want to see a lot of different women get cumdumpstered rather have some boring as shit self-insert cycle through a bunch of different positions with the same woman, and cumdumpsters are what suit most porn formats best. It's not my favorite fap but I understand why people like it. Porn in itself is meant to be used and discarded, after all.
I sure hope there aren't any niggers depicted with those women.
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>>236146
>that's some good variety, I gotta admit 
It's all over the place. A Disney princess, Harry Potter, Mutant Ninja Turtles and fucking Jak and Daxter. I don't understand what demographic this man's chasing here.
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>>236090
There's a diference between cuckoldry and a game that has you playing as a pimp. It's a power fantasy, where you throw women away like they're walking garbage and milk them for what they're worth.
In a certain way it's similar to those old nip rape doujins, where the intent is to harm and humilliate the girls as much as possible; it's not about a monogamous relationship gone gay like >>236096 pointed out.
>>236167
>I don't understand what demographic this man's chasing here.
His own childhood.
>>236167
these are way too many mental gymnastics to justify shitty fetishes and cuck porn
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>>236096
>it's not NTR it's just a bunch of women being fucked by a bunch of different men at your command
Definitely not one step from being NTR. Faggots.
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>>236178
>everything I don't like is NTR
Yes, yes, you're very trad and virtuous and definitely don't whack it to horses or whatever.
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>>236187
Who are you quoting? Because I never said that shit.
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>>236207
You did though.
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Are there any games like Postal 2 but with rape?
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>>236240
Never heard about FPS rape.
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PSA: Pimpin' aint NTR.
DohnaDohna was not NTR
>>236271
>DohnaDohna
One girl does something stupid, if you don't immediately throw away anything that you was doing to run after that stupid bitch => NTR
Take one wrong turn in a dungeon => NTR
Die in some dungeons => NTR
You're not fooling me, NTRfag.
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>>236274
What? I need context here.
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>>236271
>Alicesoft
>>236283
What context? I just described how dona dona works. Like half of the scenes involving your heroines are NTR (I'm not counting the prostitutes you kidnap as heroines, they're indeed just a disposable source of income. You can fuck them if you really want, but there's absolutely no reason to do that) It's just the usual from Alice NTR Soft.
>>236271
Dude if you go the wrong way in one mission alice and her sister get fucked by 2 dudes and there's zero indication you even did anything wrong until it happens.
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Which one should I use https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Main_Page or https://www.serebii.net/ ?
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>>236353
Both are fine but I prefer serebii personally
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>>236271
how do you guys know so much about NTR games? do you see the tags for something in vndb and still think..."yeah this is fine"?
>>236355
An imageboard would never be full of degenerates.
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>>236355
I didn't actually know it had near-forced NTR I thought that you could put the heroines on the street after reading the optional tag. Now I know better.
>>236355
>surely it's not that bad
But it was that bad.
>>236355
As for dohna dohna, I started playing it like ~0.5 day after release (when the first torrent appeared), at that time you didn't really have reliable tags. There were guesses that there might be some NTR (given Alicesoft) but nothing concrete. Read the walkthrough to not run into that Alice bullshit was also not an option.
And by the way, even now on VNDB the NTR tag on dohna dohna only has a score of 1.0, because some turbo autists downvoted it into oblivion because it's not NTR, it's only 98% NTR so the tag doesn't apply
And unless you autistically check each tag of each eroge you want to play (which is not that simple, vndb is woefully lacking for obscure titles (and vn only), dlsite/dmm tags are a hit or miss, and if it's only on getchu or erogamescape, you can give up), it's easy to run into NTR because these fucking nips like to shove it into literally everything.
>see the tags for something in vndb and still think..."yeah this is fine"?
Almost happened once, found a VN that looked awesome except the NTR part, I was ready to ctrl over the lame husband parts of the story, but then I couldn't find it anywhere and there's no way I'll pay for a fucking NTR garbage so I gave up.
>>236357
I wouldn't care about that if there would be normal degenerates, but no, you only have degenerates with shit fetishes.
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>>236355
How could you not when there is so much autistic screeching about NTR on imageboards? That knowledge gets absorbed through osmosis over the years.
>>236355
At this point I'm half-convinced most of them actually fap to BBC sissy hypno or whatever and the reason for their constant screeching is to convince themselves they're different from all the porn addicts on patreon/onlyfans/whatever.
>>236360
>these fucking nips like to shove it into literally everything
Much like furry, it's a matter of demand pricing. The only way you get bad enough to get off to NTR is terminal porn addiction or grooming. Or being Korean. As far as anyone's been able to gather, these three groups are willing to spend obscene amounts to get their filth and so that's where porn companies go to pay their bills, just like the artists that go to college and buy houses off the backs of furniggers and their disgusting fetishes.
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>>236369
>At this point I'm half-convinced most of them actually fap to BBC sissy hypno or whatever and the reason for their constant screeching is to convince themselves they're different from all the porn addicts on patreon/onlyfans/whatever.
What kind of retarded fucking logic is this? You're like the same idiots who say that people who hate fags secretly are fags.
Smash is not a real fighting game. It’s a dogshit party game meant for babies that a bunch of sweaty pedophiles turned into an “”””””””esport”””””””””. But in this day and age, are there even any real fighting games remaining?
>>236414
>are there even any real fighting games remaining?
Imageboards.
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>>236414
>Smash is not a real fighting game
I don't care. Melee and 64 are fun no matter how you try to spin your autism, so quit preaching to the choir.
>are there even any real fighting games remaining?
Have the old fighting games disappeared all of a sudden, or are you trying to rationalize new fighting games not being fighting games?
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>>236414
>real fighting game
that's a oxymoron we all know double dragon is the only real fighting game
>>236418
Melee is broken
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>>236418
I’m gonna be honest with you, I mostly hate Smash because of the tourneyfags that infest it. I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a group of mongoloids so insistent on not having fun. That and I hate the controls.
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>>236414
What would you consider a real fighting game? I like beatemups and arena fighting games like power stone. i dont like smash because its like a fun party game that people take too seriously and the single player isnt even worth playing. but as far as 1v1 fighting games DOA2-3-4-5 were good because i like breasts and the games want me to string attacks together while countering/blocking my opponent instead of memorizing button combinations like garbage fighting games like mortal combat and street fighter want me to do.
Melty blood and soku are ok but do either of those games feel like a fight? not really. too much magic. they are fun though.

then there are boxing games like punchout and fight night which is more like a sports game, or the UFC games but they both feel very restrictive.

really the best real fighting game is probably def jam vendetta.
What are some gud public domain music/mod tracks?
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>>236433
I forgot to mention, I'm planning on using them for a video game.
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>>236431
Personally, anything with health bars is a fighting game. Smash is just volleyball.
I have a gnawing desire to suckle the milk from Pyra's mama cow milkers
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>>236440
>pyra
EOPs don't deserve her titty milk.
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>>236442
I agree. Sleepy Joe shouldn't be within 50 feet of girls
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>>236431
>but as far as 1v1 fighting games DOA2-3-4-5 were good because i like breasts and the games want me to string attacks together while countering/blocking my opponent instead of memorizing button combinations like garbage fighting games like mortal combat and street fighter want me to do.
Patrician taste.
Even though i loved Mortal Kombat 2011
I always found DOA to be a 'fair' fighting game, in the sense that it doesn't just reward memorizing the entire character's moveset and combos but also focus and reactiveness, so it's not like your opponent can launch you in the air and then perform the 100 hit combo he spent months memorizing and you can't do shit until it's over.
If you are focused and reactive, you can break the combo in the middle of it and then start your own.
It's a game that involves the intellect, psychology and not just memory.
That's why tourneyfags hate the game.
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>>236424
And that's a good thing.

>>236431
The only real thing that defines a fighting game is whether or not the characters are locked onto each other. Smash Bros is a wide open type of game where you can create infinite different scenarios with items and stages and modifiers like invisible and metal battles. Fighting games (2D ones, at least) rely on character depth and system mechanics to create novel situations, so the characters inherently have a lot more going on than Smash characters.
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>>236449
Melee is horrendously overrated in my humble opinion.
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>>236428
>I don’t believe I’ve ever seen a group of mongoloids so insistent on not having fun
Why, because they toggle off items? I understand why maiming the playable stage selection to a 1/5th its size is a travesty, but how's removing items a problem? Once they lose the novelty it all boils down to running from one corner of the stage to another, camping until you've got the OHKO unavoidable item you can hurl at your opponent.
How's this fun? And if items were a core aspect to the gameplay why did they bother adding an item toggle in every iteration of the franchise, or give any of the characters a distinct fighting style and moveset to begin with?

I'm not a tourneyfag and I'm not defending tourneyfaggotry, but if Smash Brothers is a party game it's a terrible one. I haven't met a single human being that has ever enjoyed playing those games casually. Looking back, it's kind of funny that the faggot director lost his mind over the core mechanics being solid and decided to sabotage his team's creation for the remainder of his career.
>>236449
>Smash Bros is a wide open type of game where you can create infinite different scenarios
Good post. Pretty much the reason why I come back to Melee so much even if I have no one to play with.  Bamco Smash Bros fucking sucks.
>>236455
I wouldn't say it's overrated, but that's only because every other smash game was significantly worse than it until Ultimate, and even that's a mixed bag.
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>>236458
>every other smash game was significantly worse than it until Ultimate, and even that's a mixed bag
That's actually intentional. Mr. Soccerguy openly expressed the fact that he hated how much of a communitee there was around Melee, and declared that Brawl (And every game afterwards) would 
be the exact opposite of it just to insult those people. No, FGC pedos and tournyfags don't represent people that actually like playing video games.

It would be like Hideaki Itsuno seeing just how much people learned and excelled with the mechanics of DMC3 and declaring that DMC4 would be a copy of Resident Evil 4 just to hurt those people.
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>>236459
>spoiler
Truer words have never been spoken
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>>236459
>Mr. Soccerguy openly expressed the fact that he hated Melee
Reminder Massivehero created a fictitious company staffed exclusively by himself and his wife to shift development on Smash Brothers away from HAL. I don't understand why would anyone still defend this autist considering the absolute state of the franchise nowadays, including the latest entry's roster.
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>>236463
Does he even work on Kirby anymore?
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>>236492
He hasn’t for over 20 years
How do I beat the c weapon in Ac6?
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>>236463
What's wrong with wanting more control over something you created?
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What is the meaning of this? It's on the homepage of youtube.owacon.moe one of the invidious instances I used

オワコンYouTubeの終わり

ご利用いたしまして、有難う御座いました。
このインスタンスが毎日ユダヤチューブにBANされていますので、オワコンYouTubeはオワコンです。

動画を見るなら、076動画の方が勧めます。
そうして、色々のPeerTube、Owncast等のインスタンスもありますので、試してみて下さい。

本当にYTを見たい(wwwwwwwwバカwwwwwwww)場合、minitube又はpipe-viewerを勧めます。
最終的に、JewTube社が貴方の事が嫌がる為、JewTubeを辞めた方が良いです。
>>236624
from deepl
The End of Owacon YouTube

You are welcome and thank you for your service.
Owacon YouTube is wacky because this instance is being banned by Jewtube every day.

If you want to watch videos, I recommend you to watch 076 videos.
Then there are various PeerTube, Owncast, etc. instances, so try them.

If you really want to watch YT ( wow wow wow wow stupid wow wow wow), I recommend minitube or pipe-viewer.
Finally, you should leave JewTube because JewTube Inc. does not like you.
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>>236625
>even nips call it jewtube
The jew fears the samurai
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>>236625
I-it's over? No... it can't be... it was my favorite instance...!!
Why do developers like to put poker (or variants) into random games. It's literally the worst thing humanity come up with (after COVID models). What's the point? (Except in games where you can savescum to get infinity money).
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How hard is it to mod a 360? I want to play old 360 indies.
>>236619
creators often learn to despise and seek to "correct" their earlier works that made them popular in the first place
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>>236624
invidious instances are getting hit, so you need to find new instances that are keeping the good fight.
>>236625
>Jewtube
>mfw
>>236634
So long as it's not forced what's even the problem?
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>>236434
>public domain mod tracks
https://modarchive.org/index.php?request=view_by_license&page=0&query=publicdomain
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Doesn't matter what you use them for, they're in the public domain, do whatever you want with them.
>>236649
You might get rewards that are otherwise unobtainable.
Sometimes that (or other gambling mechanic) is still the fastest/easiest way to make a lot of money without grinding for days. Like in GTA:SA where you can max out your money in like half hour using that stupid horse betting crap.
>>236645
>creators often learn to despise and seek to "correct" their earlier works that made them popular in the first place
"That doesn't represent me anymore, i am a different/better person/artist/whatever today" is a classic, especially from narcissistic fucks.
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>>236660
>Creator makes a game  34 years ago
>Year after original game makes a sequel shitting on people who enjoyed it
>Makes another game 32 Years later after the original
>it's the same as the sequel except doubling down  telling people who enjoyed it to go fuck themselves
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>>236660
Lol
>>236663
Soubds like Anno
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>>236660
sometimes I get the impression these guys didn't even "go woke" - they were already there - but instead they did something "edgy/controversial/lewd" to get enough attention to get off the ground, and then later showed their true colors
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of course sometimes they made a passion project that made them popular, but since it was problematic they got threatened to tone it down to stay in the market. That or honeypots, usually.
Sage for double post.
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I'm about to replay Pokemon White again. Who the fuck should I choose?
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Hilda and Oshawott, naturally.
>>236671
I was describing the monkey island games but that works also
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How do I beat the c weapon in Ac6?
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>>236686
Dual stun needles stagger + dual minigun dakadaka
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>>236686
You shot him until he dies.
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>>236687
Thanks famalam, i beat him. Now im facing my wife, Arye and shes so fucking hard, she's basically C weapon level 2(fly around like a fucking fly, teleports out of your vision and melee you a lot). Also i dont want to kill here, since shes my wife.
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>>236714
Dodge right into her for her melee so you end up right behind her while she's overextended and standing still.  Then gently slide open her entry port with your SONGBIRD.
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How do I beat crimson 1 in the final fight in Project Wingman?
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>>236714
You either go full tank and bruteforce her or get quickboost strong enough to be actually able to dodge her shit.
Either kite her as you hug the wall or do as >>236717 says.
One bubble gun will help shred her shield in her 1st phase.
If she turns into a plane go high to avoid her bombing. She usually fires a powerful laser right after she changes back to her normal form. 
If you see two holograms trying to shank you, dash backwards then again to avoid her charging right after.
>>236757
They made him easier in updates too. Though you should equip the AOA Limiter to be able to turn quickly when he suddenly switches direction.
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>>236767
How do you use that to win?
>>236757
What difficulty?
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>>236799
Hard, I think. I can't check now.
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>>236801
>Hard
And what plane you flying?
I beat him IIRC in the VX plane with flare spam on launch
Its really just about watching out for those giants balls Crimson is shitting out and wearing him down in the multiple phases

>>236767
Speaking of updates
Has arby finally decided to actually update the game after years with new content or still nothing?
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Will I get shit flung at me if I say Mario Kart Wii is horrendously overrated? I don’t get the hype. Reminds me of Meleefags
>>236812
The chimera.
How do I reliably hit him with stds and mlaas?
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>>236819
You take him to a drag show
>>236819
>chimera
The chimera is a slow and sluggish missile boat compared to the other end-game planes IIRC
Using something faster really helps avoiding all the shit he throws at you
>How do I reliably hit him with stds and mlaas?
I can´t remember if you even can reliably hit him 
Just get lucky and don´t forget to use your gun
>>236812
There was a new beta branch back in october, but it seemed to just be bug fixes and tweaks on the graphics. They keep promising a complete overhaul of the mercenary mode that if it is anything less then a complete new game I'll be disappointed
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My mom keeps asking me to stop making weird noise, but she doesn't even know that I'm playing hard core games like Armored Core 6. Woman! They don't know what it feels to be a real man.
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>>236910
Thanks anon.
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>>236922
I turn Cataphract into an anime thing.
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Was there anything good about XB:3 besides Rex getting the harem ending?
>>237092
<This is the Xeno series now
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>>237092
I haven't played it yet, but I'm glad he got a happy ending.
>>237092
Two of the game's main character's, Noah and Mio, also canonically fuck and have a kid.
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>>237108
>the game's main character's Noah and Mio
Do any of the other Noahs and Mios fuck or only the main character's?
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Why do Nintendo’s characters develop autistic fanbases? The amount of times I’ve seen Geno’s puppet cock jerked off is insane. Before the Mario RPG numake, did anyone under the age of 30 even know who Geno was?
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>>237117
>Before the Mario RPG numake, did anyone under the age of 30 even know who Geno was?
No, but i still read people asking for his inclusion in Smash bros quite a lot.
>>237117
I also forgot to add that Kirby fans are a special breed of retard. It’s a shame because I love the Kirby series, but the powerscalers and the death battle faggots are insufferable. Anyone who thinks that Kirby is some kind of omnipotent god has clearly never played a single entry in the series. He literally dies from bottomless pits and generic baddies. Kirby games run on cartoon logic, so in other words no logic. I know powerscalers are less than human and all that, but it still pisses me off. I wanna play my silly pink creature game in peace >:(
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I wanna sell some accounts. Epicnpc or playerauctions? Which has lower fees? Which has more users?
>>237126
>powerscalers and the death battle faggots
Never heard of these terms. What are they exactly?
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>>237103
Fei Fong Wong is rolling in his grave. At the very least he won't be the newest zombie turd to be revived from the dead. Those cursed to dance to the tune of current year.
>>236910
Why is that a glownigger instead of Eden?
>>237133
do you have any memories of kids arguing over which fictional character would win and whose arguably stronger 
now imagine that on the internet
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How old is the FATLUS moniker? I can see why it would stick to the people playing their games, but the company used to have some semblance of quality.
I've been digging through their older games and they're pretty competent, whether developing or publishing, and their translations were fairly competent compared to "localizers" like Working Designs, NISA or Agetec.
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>>237133
Simply put.
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>>237155
>How old is the FATLUS moniker?
Looks to go back to spring 2008 /v/.

>I've been digging through their older games
Given Tsugunai a try yet?
>>237116
Correction the Noah and Mioh who fuck and have a kid are dead and only seen in a cutscene and not controlled by you the main character
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>>237215
Is Xenoblade 3 any good?
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>>237235
I prefer it over Xenoblade 2 and think it has a better story. The game is literally a combination of both games, as it is set after the end of both where the universes begin to merge and even the characters are a combination of both game's mechanics. My only complaint is that you have to constantly switch character classes to get the most out of the mechanic and this means respeccing arts, skills, gems, and accessories to fit the class the best. Though the game does auto select all of those things if you really don't feel like doing it.
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Are Joint Ops and Delta Force the only FPS games that try to emulate superimposed sights when you shoot with both eyes open?
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What's the best cheap projector for vidya and movies?
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If conventions weren't the asshole of the Earth, what vidya character would you dress yourself as in order to have fun? This question has just popped in my head, and I believe the characters that let you accost people with inane questions are the best value.
Another thing that adds to the cosplay is whether they're something another human being could wear. I don't believe cosplays should be too complex, unlike what the faggots who gimp themselves in cheap chink fabrics and do nothing but walk around on them must believe.
Note that I'm going to one, but if I had to I'd try to harvest the greatest amount of lulz I could on the day.
If I make two cups of white rice instead of one. Should I double the time or keep it the same?
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>>238280
You want the same amount of water above the rice (traditionally the length of one bendy bit of a finger, but that depends on finger size) and keep cooking time the same regardless of rice amount as long as you start the time once it boils. Of course I don't know how much water you normally use so time may vary a little if you tried this method, but if you have the same level of water above the rice as usual it should be the same. If you normally time it from the moment you turn on the heat then no fucking idea.
Basically, amount of rice and water to cover it only changes how much energy it takes to get it to a boil, and when most of the volume is rice the amount of difference in water is small enough to be near negligible for how long it takes to evaporate once boiling. That's why old asian lady tricks are easier to follow than complete cooking instructions.
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>>238278
Kirby with a giant penis.
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>>238283
I usually use 2 cups of water for every cup of rice.
I get it to a boil, seal with lid, put it on the lowest setting and let it cook for 18 minutes.
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>>238278
Johnny from Guilty Gear. If I could pull off the look I'd go the extra mile and try to learn some Iaijutsu.
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>>238283
>>238312
I'm surprised you fags don't just use a rice cooker. They do triple duty as steamers and warmers, and the design is so simple (a heating element, a moisture sensor and a timer) even the cheap shart in mart ones work well.
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>>238325
Nowadays I do, but I learned to cook rice the old fashioned way first. It's helpful to know, kind of like knowing how to drive stick shift even if you have an automatic.
>>238325
Who makes rice often enough to need a rice cooker besides Asians?
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>>238322
>If I could pull off the look
Sure, but how about the character itself? The fun part about cons and cosplay is interacting with strangers in a controller retarded environment, not playing catwalk.
I don't care if a jacket and trousers is fucking lazy for a costume so long as I get to terrorize a con with the Chinese, a man named Long D and my ficticious lost daughter.
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>>238335
Some restaurants, I guess. Unless there's a glaring disadvantage on rice cookers.
>>238335
Anyone who makes rice. You can get baby sized ones with a minimum cooking volume of about 4 servings.
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>>238339
That would involve tossing coins and other crap at people and looking for other fighting game cosplayers to pose with, especially other Guilty Gear characters or anyone going as Yuzuriha.
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>>238302
One Kirby with a giant penis cumming right up >>238145
>>236674
You could be right. That or, like all NPCs, they just go with whatever is "in" at the time and actually have no principles or even a personality of their own.
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>>238488 meant for >>236673 dunno how I fucked that up
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>>238278
My own stalker suit.
Is there any risk of losing sensitive data with Steam Cloud saves? I hate cloud shit entirely, but I've recently adopted a setup where I switch between different OS's and I don't want to have to update saves manually every time on one. Yes, I know this sounds retarded, but I like my setup so far except for this one thing
>>238819
>Is there any risk of losing sensitive data with Steam Cloud saves
I had all of my progress on Binding of Isaac erased and had to manually go and find the automatic backups to restore it. I'm sure it affects other games too but I haven't checked, BoI is the only game I still play through steam.
>>238819
I lost all my payday 2 progress with cloud saves
>>238819
Not really unless you delete your local copy of the save too.
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>>238842
Anon, steam cloud overwrites your "local copy". That's the only thing it does, there's not some kind of code in the games that decides if it should load a save from a server instead.
You can go on any steam forum for a game with steam cloud saves turned on and find at least a bunch of threads of people whining they lost X number of hours when they played a game on a different machine, it didn't download the old save, and Steam decided an empty new save was now the most up to date one pushing it on both machines.
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>>238845
Then why was I able to restore my saves from local copies?
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>>238852
Because some games, due to how shit steam cloud saves are, make local backups of saves in case one gets corrupted or overwritten by cloud saves. As a dev you can freely decide which files get stored on the cloud and which don't, you keep backup saves off the cloud and normally should keep settings files off there too although a lot of dumb fuck devs sync them anyway. Thanks retards, I really enjoy having to go into the options menu every time I switch between my desktop and a shitty laptop.
Does anyone have that mosaic >we made a few months ago? I made two squares but I never bothered downloading it.
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>>239053
This one?
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>>239062
Yeah that one, thanks.
It's pretty cool how Krilin's right eye connects with his entire forehead, there's an entire panel dedicated to black Sonic, flying grape Fanta for no reason, or how Georgius Floydius doesn't even fade out properly.
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What to do with my 3DS?
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>>239103
You cracked it, right? I really like SNES platformers with the 3DS' controls in particular.
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>>239117
Nope I haven't tried to yet. Still nervous if I end up fucking it up.
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>>239067
>two squares
You're supposed to only make one, faggot. That ruins the point of a mosaic if you do multiple.
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>>239127
you really won't, it's hard to fuck it up and is just a matter of following instructions
>>239137
We didn't have enough anons, so some people did a second one. As long as you don't get adjacent ones and try to vary the style of what you do it doesn't matter much, if you ask me.
>>231343
>>233936
Shill. Reported
>>239127
Kind of the whole point of owning one of these things is that you turn it into a mobile emulator box. So no offense, but I have no idea why you bought a 3DS if that wasn't your plan from day 1.
If you're asking for native game recommendations, it has a few remasters of cool SMT games. But don't get Deep Strange Journey, because I've heard that the plot of the game was fucked with.
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>>239188
>Kind of the whole point of owning one of these things is that you turn it into a mobile emulator box.
Not sure why you would do that. It has a terrible control layout for most games since it puts that stupid pad where the dpad should be.
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>>239137
>two scoops
I made the Piccolo and the Yakub one as well as editing a few more squares, and I know I should've done more. There were some okay squares but most reeked of baby's first mosaic contribution.
Barely anyone tried to fuck with the nogs on the front. They occupied most of the cover and yet they went 5 squares in where they weren't edited in the slightest. C2 and C3 side-by-side are pretty funny
>>239194
>It has a terrible control layout for most games since it puts that stupid pad where the dpad should be
It did take me forever to get used to the layout, I will admit. But it's actually really intuitive once you get used to it. My only real complaint is that that second pad Ninty slapped on later models for camera controls is a pain in the ass to do anything with.
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Should I get a 360 Elite model?
>>239306
Isn't a piece of shit scam?
>>239306
If it's cheap enough you could probably mod it and run some games on it for a few extra steps.
Is RGH still the way to go?
>>239306
Get a PS3, it's easier to hack.
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I need to get a mod that's available on nexus and steam. I thought I already had it, but apparently I must have gotten rid of it when I was deleting files. Does anyone know of a method to do this without making an account?
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>>239677
Use skymods if it's on the workshop.
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Does Xenia emulator have an option to enable faster disc reading? If so, what is it called in the config file?
I'm getting annoyed at having a 15 second loading screen for Onechanbara Bikini Samurai Squad whenever I move to a new area or whatever. Same for having to press F5 when done loading into that new area because the emulator fucks up the shaders and needs to be manually refreshed to correct them.
Is it worth practicing playing fps games on keyboard mouse or should I stick to controller play? A lot of people (i take it because of streamers) recommend kbm but it doesn’t seem right. kbm makes more since for anything but shooters but that’s just me
>>240251
>KBM players get seriously accused of cheating by controller players just for their choice of peripheral
<should I stick to controller play?
>>240251
>t it doesn’t seem right. kbm makes more since for anything but shooters
What kind of mental illness is that? How did you find your way to here?
>>240251
Basically it comes down to a few simple question: Do you prefer having slightly more control over your movement over far more control over your aim? Are you dependent on aim assist to hit anything? If either is 'yes' stick to controller.
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>>240251
just don't play controller fps games
that shit is garbage anyways btw apex streamers got hacked a few days ago live on tourney
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>>240263
Untrue. You have infinitely more control over your movement too on kb&m.
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>>240265
No, you only have 8 directions at a fixed speed. If you've ever played a game where you have to follow someone who isn't moving at the exact same speed as you then you will know how limited movement is on KB.
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>>240268
>what is a mouse?
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>>240269
How does a mouse help in the example I brought up?
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>>240270
you use mouse for movement and aim unlimited directions means nothing exactly because most causes you will fuck up by a degree
Thanks for the input. Guess it comes down to old habits having played fps exclusively on consoles due to the genre being more popular on them. The use of kbm for fps games is a recent trend outside of valorant and csgo. I remember people using controllers back then for left4dead and cod4 pc 

>>240264
Just dropped apex recently. Battle royales have overstayed their welcome. Genre is a fucking drag now
>>240278
most people did that because it was just simply because of old habit and being used to it and they had the option
the only reason people used controller on l4d and cod 4 were because they were console games  in multiplayer you were at a disadvantage unless the game devs gave you aim assist
I watched a friend of mine's little brother just to see how different console lobbys were  and players were dumb as shit   and just trying to get clips using aim assist  basically none of them were playing to win
ultimately aim assist hurts games more than not but devs do it anyways because it gives them free money from people who honestly should be playing singleplayer   apex pros legitimately couldn't tell when they had aim bot on or not because they were using a controller  which should tell you enough

sure most braindead idiots who come home and try to play will miss all their shots because they actively work against it but anyone who spends a few hours to work with aim assist  
there's basically 0 difference between players besides movement and game sense  crossplay was a giant mistake and shouldn't have happened outside of casual games
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>>240251
>Is it worth practicing playing fps games on keyboard mouse
>kbm makes more since for anything but shooters
>(i take it because of streamers)
Are you bongsmoker166? Do you have brain damage?

>>240278
>played fps exclusively on consoles due to the genre being more popular on them
>The use of kbm for fps games is a recent trend
>people using controllers back then for left4dead and cod4 pc
>Just dropped apex recently
Oh, well I guess that answers that. Kill yourself for having shit taste in video games and for being psyopped into playing Apex Legends.

I truly cannot fathom how someone could not know this in CY+9, but KB+M has always been a strictly superior input method for aiming compared to consoles; the only reason why people think otherwise is due to multiple consoles generations of FPS games having egregious amounts of aim assist to compensate for how fucking terrible gamepads are at aiming.
>>240282
Do you play Quake 3/Live yourself or are you just posting this webm to appear cool?
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>>240278
I can't tell if you're trolling or actually this brain damaged
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>>240282
I used to play UT3 on my PS tripple because it allowed to connect kb+m.
I sometimes play singleplayer campaigns on controller if I'm too lazy to play on my PC.
>>240294
what does that have anything  to do with what he posted? unless your argument is ad populum
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>>240299
You can't belittle someone else for playing something you deem bad while not attaining to your own word and playing what you preach. That's my entire statement.
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>>240305
Okay but the reasons why people don't play quake is  a Ouroboros 
1.plenty of fads and trendy shit games come and go and bring attention away from skill based games
2. there's no word of mouth that will get people to play quake because they see gameplay of people bunny hopping and hitting rails and it's exclusive to pc
3. even if you weren't scared by what isn't really a hard game with modes even for noobs to play there's only a few thousand people playing quake
the reasons why quake gets no love is simply because it does not cater to  noobs who want their team mates to blame and silly wacky gimmicks to hold their attention span which has been ruined to levels below a gold fish 
it's also why RTS games never get brought up
>>240294
>>240305
Sophistry from an underageb&d faggot, but since you asked, no I don't play Quake nor did I ever claim to. The webm I posted excellently demonstrates the difference in ability between someone using KB+M and someone using a gamepad. I didn't post it to appeal to /v/'s collective cargo cult worship of arena shooters. The only game that I really think the guy should kill himself over is Apex Legends, which is why I mentioned him being psyopped into playing it. Left 4 Dead is a good game and CoD is popular enough that practically everyone's touched it at one point or another.

>playing what you preach
I don't play games I don't like and I do play games that I do. Checkmate, atheist.
>>240326
Oh so you are full of shit, got it.
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>>240327
technically speaking everyone is full of shit so you are saying nothing
>>240326
Just to be clear, I never advocated for controller usage, that's literally somebody else.
>>240326
>The webm I posted excellently demonstrates the difference in ability between someone using KB+M and someone using a gamepad.
Correct. That guy is an idiot. I go back a long time with PC gaming and I am entirely sure that nobody was playing L4D with analog sticks, doing so would have gotten you ridiculed. Even though CoD was not huge on PC like it was on console, PC players were more keen to play Counter Strike and TF2 if they wanted PVP, even then CoD players were not playing with analog sticks as it would have put them at an extreme disadvantage. That guy is an idiot, it's hard to tell of he's trolling as well because even small boards like this one sadly attract severely underage morons who come here from who knows where.
>I didn't post it to appeal to /v/'s collective cargo cult worship of arena shooters.
This is where you sound like you're full of shit though and this is the problem that he had, because I have this same problem:
>Kill yourself for having shit taste in video games and for being psyopped into playing Apex Legends.
The implication is that you should not play something that Apex Legends and instead play arena shooters such as Quake, which are superior. You give no reasoning for telling him to kill himself for playing Apex Legends, which is expected, because you haven't played arena shooters. You could have very easily won this argument by telling him he's underage and rewriting history he wasn't there for and linking him to one of numerous articles that prove that analog sticks put you at a serious disadvantage for FPS games, but the problem is you did the standard /v/ fare of virtue signaling to this board that you have a fetish for classic things you don't even play yourself. This board is full of that, people here regularly, across threads, praise indie games for "looking old" and nothing else, which is a very surface level shit take and displays a lack of understanding at what made these games fun. People here regularly fetishize Quake and plaster Quake logos on drawings despite the fact they've never played and have no interest in playing, just because they think it makes them look cool. It's pretty much the same as wearing a band t-shirt to fit in somewhere despite the fact you can't list a single song from that band. If you had bothered to make an argument as to why map control, lack of recoil, movement speed, close quarters maps and quick high-stakes engagements are important to FPS, nobody would have questioned you on your veracity to speak on behalf of these older games that "did it better than Apex Legends" like you are heavily implying. Instead you're being called out for being a fetishistic poser. You're right about keyboard and mouse though.
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Could you recommend me some classic PC games?
>>240391
Of what genre and era?
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>>240394
>Of what genre and era?
Anything really from 2000's to 2010's
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>>240391
I know you asked for 2000's to 10's but there's honestly not a lot of pc games from that era that can be considered classic because that was a weird period where devs focused on consoles or went bankrupt or were forced to rush out games
this was a very awkward time period for pc gaming
general rule of when playing fps games from the 90s/early 2000s don't play the hardest difficulty but the one below it otherwise you're gonna have a bad time
>Doom 1&2
>Duke Nukem 3D
>Starcraft
>Half Life 1
>Diablo 2
>Deus Ex
>Thief the dark project
>Serious Sam
>Blood Shadow Warrior[only give these a try if you found duke too easy]
>Command & Conquer
>Quake[only 1&2&4 have campaigns]
>No One Lives Forever [free and easy to install but janky and buggy]
>Return to Castle Wolfenstein
>AVP1999 & AVP2

there's probably a lot of stuff I missed to include  but I don't like CRPGs and P&Cs aren't my thing really despite enjoying some and even then you can find most of the good ones within a quick search from just looking at steam using it filters
and I like my games to have actual gameplay rather than some asinine  check a stat or randomly hit the number generator right to progress and I have yet to really check out most rts games from that period because I don't find the gameplay interesting
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>>240391
These should be some essential choices when it comes down to FPS, you'd know if you ever used /v/.
>>240398
not sure i'd consider 2010 to be "classic" but that's not relevant.
system shock 2 (1999, close enough), deus ex, deus ex human revolution (2011, close enough), thief 2, thief deadly shadows, bioshock, half life 2 + ep 1 + ep 2, portal, portal 2 (2011, close enough), resident evil 4, the first 4 hitman games, fallout 3, fallout new vegas, civilization 4 and 5, first 3 hearts of iron games, diablo 2, batman arkham asylum, idk man there were a lot i could honestly keep going
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>>240332
>The implication is that you should not play something that Apex Legends and instead play arena shooters such as Quake.
Nowhere in my post did I tell him what he should play, or what I should play, or what anyone should play. As I stated, the webm is a simple example to show the difference between gamepad and KB+M, and nothing more. It's not my fault if both you and he are illiterate and choose to imagine a scenario in which I said "if you had better taste you'd play quake."

>You give no reasoning for telling him to kill himself for playing Apex Legends
Because it's a shit game that was made out of pure cynical corporate desire to cash in on battle royales, it was forced into the public consciousness by a 24-hour worldwide marketing blitz (which reached all the way to old 8chan; pic 1 is a shill from the Titanfall 2 thread), and its artificial success ensured that Titanfall 3 was cancelled. It is also phenomenally ugly. The game is a net negative on the industry.

>you did the standard /v/ fare of virtue signaling to this board that you have a fetish for classic things you don't even play yourself
Nigger, you are literally quoting the line from my post where I told you I didn't post the Quake webm to appeal to the purity of Quake and people's collective hipster worship of it; the gameplay could have occurred in fucking Fortnite for all the difference it would have made. I'm not wearing a Quake T-shirt, I'm wearing no shirt at all because the bands I listen to have nothing to do with my God-given right to insult someone who is playing the video game equivalent of Nickelback. I really, truly do not care what the guy who brought up gamepad aiming plays in his spare time but I at least want him to have the decency to give a fuck about the games he plays, and not play ones that are designed with scalpel precision to extract money from his wallet and skullfuck him with ugly characters.

>map control, lack of recoil, movement speed, close quarters maps and quick high-stakes engagements are important to FPS, nobody would have questioned you on your veracity to speak on behalf of these older games that "did it better than Apex Legends" like you are heavily implying
>"did it better than Apex Legends"
So you are just making shit up. Are you insane? Where did I fucking imply this in >>240282 or >>240326?
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>>240449
You have absolutely nothing negative to say about Apex Legends let alone of its gameplay that isn't based on your own experiences, curious.
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>>240452
>pretending to be retarded
Not an argument.
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>>240452
Why are you defending that trash?
How in the fuck did a simple question devolve to the bullshit that followed? 
>game has strong aim assist such as COD APEX and HALO
-Use controller
>game has limited to no aim assist or has movement intensive mechanics such as FORTNITE CSGO VALORANT ARENA GAMES IN GENERAL
-Use KBM 

That simple.

Whether the game is shit, has niggers or spics in its cast, or completely manipulates the retards playing them is a different topic
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>>240474
But you have to understand, "anon" (blacked) simply must signal how based and trad he is in every single thread. Otherwise people might think he's some kind of loser.

To actually reply to the topic at hand, how do you fit KB/M-over-controller boxes like the Brook Sniper into this? I've never used one but supposedly you can take fat steaming shits on people in aimbot-based games like Halo because you can acquire targets so much faster than controllerfags who have to rely on the aim assist to do most of the work.
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>>240474
a game that  has strong aim assist and is pvp focused  is  shit regardless of what you say
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>>240476
The concept of using kbm on consoles is neat but honesty, using these devices to obtain kbm aim assist on consoles is a shitskin tier tactic. Cronus was recently banned on consoles since you can also manipulate control inputs/add macros. Spics and chinks must always ruin everything for others. How much fun can you really have doing that? 

>>240525
Not wrong. These games tend to attract cheaters as well which is shocking that these  idiots continue to play these games. Can’t imagine spending money and allowing ok with incompetent devs shit on you willingly
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