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What a nice board!
READ THE RULES https://zzzchan.xyz/v/custompage/rules.html
Check this thread out >>>/vhs/6

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Last one is on page 10 and autosaging.  Keep it video game-related.
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Who made the 3rd webm?
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>>44953 (OP) 
>that first webm
>30MB for 2:41
Give me a link  to the source and let me try to webm it.
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I miss how janky MMDs used to be
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>2nd webm
Please, explain the context.
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Do you not remember the fallout of DmC?
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A Penguin's Memories (1987), mostly about a penguin dealing with PTSD.
It's on nyaa if you want a copy.
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>third webm
i forgot how much i hated mid-2000s pop, thanks for digging that back up
I'm pretty sure I'm the only person autistic enough to remember all the context since I posted that webm in a webm thread with that exact filename and haven't ever seen anyone else talk about it.

Several years ago, the guy who ran the Loltaku tumblr made a twitter account for shitposting.  He would later go on to become a homosexual furry Twitcher, but before he totally lost his mind he posted something along the lines of "reminder that DmC did so poorly Ninja Theory had to sell donte's model to dental hygiene companies" along with that video.  It got mild attention and was posted to the Super Best Friends Play subreddit because they famously hate DmC.  Someone asked for more details but nobody could find any, and it was the kind of thing that would be stupid enough to happen in this industry - especially given how badly DmC flopped.  A similar story of posting, asking for details, and none being there happened in the Devil May Cry subreddit.

Hindsight seemed to support this since Ninja Theory's next game (released the same year as the twitter post) was made with virtually no budget.  The behind-the-scenes videos show the motion capture performer and the cameraman working in a bare room that the team jury rigged in their office, and you can hear Tameem talk about how they had to drastically scale back from their usual AAA standards.  I would honestly respect it coming from any studio but Ninja Theory.

However, with the passage of time and the fact nobody else reported on this incident, it seems increasingly odd to me that something like this would happen without being confirmed by at least one independent party.  We don't even know the name of the dental clinic that allegedly bought the model.  Furthermore, the characters and assets in DmC are owned by Capcom (to my knowledge), who would likely not have any reason to sell them off.

At some point, the original twitter post stopped working, either because twitter is awful or because the Loltaku guy deleted it.  The replies are still there, and one person claims that the dental company is located in Vietnam, which may indicate the model was simply used without permission and then sold to some unsuspecting dentist.  Given everything else that happened, my best guess is that the original post on twitter was deleted because the Loltaku guy realized he had no evidence and that it was likely a case of the model simply being ripped and used without permission.
No problem man.
>3rd webm
Uncanny valley.
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>My files didn't upload
RUDE. Lets try that again.
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Guess I'm not the only one having problems with uploading files.
>webm thread
>can't upload videos
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How much cash was it?
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Nice, thanks.

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>>44953 (OP) 
>2nd webm
That's clearly a shitpost.
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Most likely, since I doubt anyone would shill a product on such an obscure at the time, anyway imageboard. Still, what a time to be alive.
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I'll never understand why these people get so asshurt over a simple spoiler.
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That's late 2000s/Early 2010s though
Not like 2000s and 2020s Pop was/is much better.
It's cancer all around and you're better off just surfing Bandcamp/Soundcloud/Youtube for half an hour.
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People just wanted to shit all over Fallout 4 and Mark pretended like he got an anonymous "tip" that Beth was going to shill the board and allowed for a cyclical Fallout 4 thread where people were essentially spoiling and shitting all over the game, and that any other Fallout 4 created be shitposted to death.

It was glorious

And there was actual shilling on 8chan at the time.
vr is cancer.
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Finally, image uploading is fixed.
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And as I say that, the webm I wanted to post didn't go through.
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Yes it did, its right there. You can't see it?
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>he can't see it
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He probably can't even triforce.
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Reminder that you escaped.
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>that pan up
>The godfather of Gamergate
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>it aired
>no flare up in users in any board
wow u guys said it was going to be a million people and this was going to be like facebook, what happend? Were you wrong?
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If it was completely wrong you wouldn't be here. Also, stop being here immediately.
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It's hard to tell if Mark is reading from a prompt or is that fucking awkward when he has to speak in a formal manner. Probably both. Still, all of this, risking the flooding of people that don't belong on imageboards to them, just so Mark could get a free meal. 

That would depend if the full show even mentioned the aftermath of 8chan's shutdown and creation of the webring, much less showed how to access it.
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>He looks out of breath for taking a stroll
Can't make this shit up.
They are only talking about Qchan in a desperate move to revive the website.
Sounds like you are mad that it was correct. Nothing happened anywhere and once again anons were whiney little dramaqueens.
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The next 2 episodes come out this Sunday, I think, and they will inevitably talk about the fall of 8chan/8kun and disintegration of the community. They could namedrop 8cake, they either need to find it or find the link on Twitter (Mark has it linked on his profile, there's a 8chan.moe twitter account) but that would require them to not be complete amateurs at researching, so it's unlikely.

I'm more concerned about anons that never cease to tolerate the retarded mong jew's ever heightening faggotry, they're so complacent it hurts and this behavior ends up dividing the community further.
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They were only ever concerned about doing a hit piece on the q-shit. They don't care about where the rest of the users went. Man I love how when faggots were whining about this shit we got like 60 extra users and now nothing. As for mark I no long care what he does yet not even browsing his board I get to hear about him every day.
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According to Mark himself, he was "shitting on Jim" in the interview. They did an entire segment to falseflag GG so it's not entirely focused on Qshit. Low risk, but it's not over until it's over.
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>They were only ever concerned about doing a hit piece on the q-shit.
Have you actually watched the documentary?
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OBVIOUSLY not, how else could I be so sure and opinionated?
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Jesus, it gets harder and harder to watch as it goes along. Normalfags truly are incapable of understanding anything that isn't spoonfed to them by (((trustworthy sources))). It's like the concept of lurking is completely foreign to them.

Thank you for posting this. I needed it.
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>According to Mark himself, he was "shitting on Jim" in the interview.
He would never bite the hand that fed him.
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He's been permanent enemies with Jimbo ever since they stripped him of his board, and forgot the thousands of dollars he gave him for being a good little pet who did useless chores like manage Jimbo's news board.
>every third word is croaked out of his sagging, gaping mouth
Drink a bottle of water for shit's sake.
Shit, this thread really took a turn into meta discussion.
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it's got metroid music in it, so it's videogames
>2nd webm
fake and gay there's literally no fucking way you could land an airliner on a carrier and stop that quickly without cables, it's gotta be shitty physics
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Sounds like someone is bad at videogames.
Maybe it could be pulled off with no passengers, cargo and with a low fuel load, plus reverse thrust...
t. armchair combat pilot
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It's a video game.Anything is possible.
Who's got the Arma webm with a Tire Breaking system?
anybody got that video of the rat puppet threatening to take away the pokemans after koffing spawned at the holocaust museum on the mobile game?
>that video of the rat puppet threatening to take away the pokemans after koffing spawned at the holocaust museum on the mobile game
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I know exactly which webm you're talking about, but I don't have it.
he keeps rubbing his hands and one of the lines was "Now a moment of silence in memory of the 60000000000000000000000000000000000"

Fun fact: my webms aren't coming through again
Fun fact 2: Groundhog day is a movie about a man who save-scums only to learn that the only way to win is to git gud.
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this, I have it but zzz is shitting the bed right now. very good site.
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Let's see if it allows this one video.
if/when the problem is sorted out, i would greatly appreciate if you shared that video. unironically asking for a friend who doesn't want to use imageboards for some reason. had it at one point but been through a couple hard drive failures since then.
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Looks nice.
Oh no.
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>Apple logo at the end
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shit's working again, yay
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you're awesome bud
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This is a piece of art.
I love this. Do you know if there's any more like this?
Anyone has that webm from a drawfag who was hired to draw hundreds of wojaks?
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Best I got.
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I didn't know hot wheels was on this shit too.
I'm looking for that webm of a tik tok soyboy who did the "I love videogames" song. He wore a pipboy, that's all I remember
Was this ever confirmed or was it just bullshit?
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Nevermind, I found it
Watch at your own risk
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why does this exist.
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Do webms fucking work now? 
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It's just the product of a nation subverted by consumerism.
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probably a bigger stretch than the rat puppet video and i hate to be such a faggot with nothing to contribute, but i don't suppose anybody saved General Ivan's ye video games of olde video?
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Well, they are attention whores, of course he is.
I posted more like 2n'd at >>>/b/22831
Also noticed fuck huge vids, with static images refer to >>>/tech/1544
I don't have anything to contribute so sage
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Keanu should have done Neuromancer instead of this shit. Truly the worst timeline. They even tried to shift the blame for their massive failure to him lel
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If there was a way to go back in time, (one of) the first things I'd do is kill this cancer of a genre before it even started. 
>"[My parents] don't know how much I spent on the game" 
I hope they watched this and beat the shit out of him for doing so (though given the model collection he had, they'd be too apathetic to do shit).
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The 2 supposed shifts are a good reason for why the game took 7 years and is non functional. This isn't to say it would've been good other, simply playable by the majority of the player base.
>Spent 70,000 nip dollars just to get a JPEG
Why do weebs do this? You're not going to feel happiness even when you've obtain the 700th big titty animu.
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>Why do weebs do this?
That's what obesession, porn, and being a introvert does to you. 

>Game is still supposedly in alpha state
The retards who bought this "game" deserves every dollar they will lose when they decide to cancel this shit stain of a game.
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I'm starting to think some people feel happiness for this kind of shit. He looks happy at least.
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Aren't majority of people here introverts. But it's not just weebs, it's all over the place. It's just like Warthunder, just like world of tanks, just like any F2P game that exists. And mostlikely it's majority of normalfag weebs or one of those ironic weebs that do these shit. 
Jesus I really wish that we returned back to the early 2000s or even the 90s in gaming world.
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Just, because you smile at the camera doesn't mean he's really happy. There's a difference between short-term happiness and actually being satisfied with life and your accomplishments. 

>Aren't majority of people here introverts
Probably I dunno, although it would make sense considering that so many anons are hyper-aggressive and don't like to socialize all that much within games.  

> it's all over the place. It's just like Warthunder, just like world of tanks, just like any F2P game that exists.
True, but it doesn't make any sense for mobileshit to attract so many autists who are willing to waste at least 1k-100k on drawings from overrated/shit games. Warthunder and all the other MP games that aren't mobile aren't excused from this either. 

>And mostlikely it's majority of normalfag weebs or one of those ironic weebs that do these shit. 
That's mostly what I think as well. I doubt /a/fags would spend money something like FGO.
>Why do weebs do this?
Because they can't rip 2Dlive assets.
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>I'm starting to think some people feel happiness for this kind of shit.
They do. Wish I could find where I put that article screenshot about some woman's husband buying her a birthday cake shaped like an Amazon box, all because blowing money on shit all the time and having it arrive is her favorite activity or something.
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This isn't anything new. It's just another flavor of addiction. All addicts will spend a retarded amount of money on whatever they are addicted to. If I had to take a guess, the guy probably started in his teenage to young adult years since that age range is the most vulnerable to making addictions. All addictions start the same way. You try it out and get some short-term pleasure out of it, then you feel a sense of urgency that makes you want to keep doing it. For the case of most mobile games the urgency probably comes from the need to keep playing, get time-limited characters, or some other dumb crap like that. Exploiting the human brain is how money is made. What is stops them from realizing that it is an addiction is social media. The power of social media makes it very easy to find other people who also spent hundreds of dollars on jpegs and that alone is enough for the ape brain to think that what it is doing is completely normal. What is new about this type of addiction though is that the number of mobile game addicts outnumber the people who are staunchly against it so any kind of reasoning will probably be ignored. It's probably too late to save them anyways though since they're too deep in to stop. People who walk the path of pleasure will never reach the end of it.
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>50 thousand dollar jpeg
You know I'm starting to think this hitler guy was onto something.
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At least buying online has the satisfaction of an actual good coming to you, and gambling has the chance of some kind of return. This is absolutely nothing coming back to the spender which makes it all the more peculiar.
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Don’t look up NFTs if you think that’s ridiculous.
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Too late, I'm already tying the noose.
You think Japanese people are capable of feeling happiness? Not since we glassed two of their cities. Ever since then, they have learned from Americans and replaced any form of internal self-worth with the ceaseless void of consumerism. Why feel bad about your shitty job, lack of friends, and no gf when you can just spend money on plastic figures, JPGs, and dakimakuras?
Eastern consumerism is an enigma to me. I don't understand why they don't have more self-respect. Imagine if other cultures had a national holiday where everyone reserved a fucking mcdonalds happy meal weeks in advance. They would be mocked into fucking oblivion. Even then at least the fast food joint would probably actually be from that culture, the nips don't even have that excuse with their autistic KFC obsession. What a bizarre country. If it weren't for the games and anime girls they'd be a complete laughing stock.
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Those stupid fucking nips don't even know that Popeyes is a thousand times better than KFC ever was. The only good food item KFC ever put out was the abominable double down sandwich. 
As usual, japs display that 90% of them have awful taste in everything.
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>You think Japanese people are capable of feeling happiness? 
>Why feel bad about your shitty job, lack of friends, and no gf when you can just spend money on plastic figures, JPGs, and dakimakuras?
Yes they are capable of feeling happiness and Japanese society isn't so souless that no one makes friends there. What you're referring to is an otaku problem, not really a problem wrong with Japan as a whole. You're really showcasing that you don't know much about Japan if you think it's all anime and otaku filth, when they have their share of hating the otaku culture as well.

>Those stupid fucking nips don't even know that Popeyes is a thousand times better than KFC ever was.
Now you're just speaking nonsense and have no idea what you're talking about.
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Let me guess - posting from your apartment in Shinjuku?
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>Aren't majority of people here introverts
Yes, but it isn't a good thing. While they do make up most or at least a significant percentage of the community they are still gigantic faggots. 

>Why feel bad about your shitty job, lack of friends, and no gf when you can just spend money on plastic figures, JPGs, and dakimakuras?
This is a problem within East Asia period.
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No, I've been to Japan before and asked friends there what they've thought of otaku culture, which has a mixed reputation, especially among the more conservative types.
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I'm retarded
Japan hates otakus, they always have and they're only cool about it now because of all the money anime makes overseas.

If you look at interviews on the subject in the 80s and 90s most japanese didn't know much about it and we're creeped out by guys with collections of cartoon paraphernalia.  Anime as far as the public was concerned was for school children and the edge stuff we know about wasn't common knowledge or popular.
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Japanese consumerist culture expands beyond just weeb shit. Plus they're autistic work culture is driving them to all kill themselves. It's an absolute clusterfuck of a society and they don't even have the excuses of ethnic chaos that the west does.

Considering their average IQ and ethnic homogeneity there is no excuse for the state of their country.
I guess, but the implication of the article was that she buys shit just to buy shit, and not because it's stuff that's particularly needed or wanted. Just the dopamine rush of getting mail.
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Love playing videogames with this backstabbing Judas piece of shit.
your friend sounds like a reasonable man, you sound like a whiny soy chugging faggot
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That's why he's the bottom.
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>not taint hairs
Your friend sounds like a radio show host. Does he know about this place?
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I have read a few mainstream news site articles about NFTs, and it's funny always seeing lots of people in the comments sections that had not heard of it, thinking it wasn't properly explained and that they didn't really understand what it's about. And then you have to say, yes, it was properly explained. Yes, it is that fucked up and absurd.

NFTs are one of these things that are exposing to the world how completely fucked up modern consumerist society has become, and how the divide between the rich and the poor has only been growing. Especially in the current climate with more people than ever losing jobs and struggling to bring food to the table or keep a roof of their heads, while a few thousands have so much money that they don't know what to do with it and end up spending millions on useless bytes that don't have any use (it's pretty much the same as literally setting money on fire), the timing for NFTs couldn't be worse unless they actually want to help sowing the seeds for the spark of a violent revolution. Makes you think that capitalism was a mistake.
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He just smokes cigarettes whenever he's not smoking my wiener. We both used to shitpost on 4chan and 8chan /v/, /pol/, /k/, /biz/ and /tv/, he's given up on imageboards when 8chan got fucked few years back. He's on the level, but doesn't browse anymore.
NFTs are an attempt to cryptographically secure some data and because they operate on a ledger you can verify ownership, giving it the potential to have some weight with regards to contracts and ownership, what exactly that has to do with your lefty spergout I do not know.

Is that from the stream yesterday?
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Have you even been keeping up on what NFTs are being used for? People paying up to millions to secure ownership of jpegs. The technology doesn't even prevent copying in any way so it can't even be used as DRM.
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This thread has attracted a certain kind of self-reflection on addictions that has me pondering on my own future. I want to lay off the Internet and imageboards altogether, though every time I intend to abstract on textbooks and practical knowledge my mind is attracted to screens or shit that doesn't have the brain going. What do?
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You can't just quit in one go. Start by measuring the time you spend on a screen each day, and gradually lower that time, it may take months or years but eventually you'll succeed as long as you commit.
And you don't have to quit altogether, revisiting every now and then shouldn't be so bad.
My favorite thing was seeing NFTs being traded for crypto, particularly a video file, and realizing I could just use youtube-dl to steal it.
Yes I have and it's not the first time some richfag simply wants ownership of something for the hell of it using some new and trendy twist on it. All things considered using tech to verify something like a contract is still pretty niche so of course you will get either the enthusiasts or the vanity class using it.
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Since the contents of the NFT can be freely copied, they don't even actually own the content in any way. All they get are a string of 0s and 1s that "say" they own it, which only has any validity because they believe in it. You don't need some fucking crypto token for that, some handwritten piece of paper should have the same effect.
It doesn't make any sense to any person with a shred of sanity. Which is why so many people that first learn about NFTs keep scratching their heads thinking they've missed some essential information.

Even as a vanity item I find it sketchy and pointless as hell. I'd say even making a big bonfire out of 100 dollar or euro bills would be a more effective and less unelegant way to show off.

Yeah, this use of NFTs is not the first sick and fucked up vanity nonsense that has existed for rich assholes, but I've been noticing that its exposure and timing is making some more people wake up.
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Right of ownership has no bearing on how the content is licensed and you can likely find a mechanism to only grant the person that currently holds the NFT to decrypt your precious waifu.png. But otherwise it is much the same as any normal document on paper with the exception that it's harder to manipulate the contents, which often isn't the jpeg people talk about, and you can better establish how it got into your posession.
>All they get are a string of 0s and 1s that "say" they own it, which only has any validity because they believe in it.
Yes just as any other system in that vein it doesn't mean anything unless you want it to or are forced to, just like normal legal systems or even just agreements in general.
>Even as a vanity item I find it sketchy and pointless as hell. I'd say even making a big bonfire out of 100 dollar or euro bills would be a more effective and less unelegant way to show off.
Sure, hell I don't even disagree with the notion that this is a couple idiots throwing away their money purely because the new method of getting something is popular but I also loathe people that let that color their perception of the entire idea or mechanism.
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Most people succumb to using image boards as "novelty spirals" in the same way that normalfags become addicted to social media.  You need to find something else to fill the time with.  Every time you think "I want to see what's on /v/ right now," you must reach into your brain and say "No, actually, I don't care what's on /v/."

Then do something else.  It cam be anything from reading a book to going for a walk, but as long as you're just not spending time around the source of the addiction then it's an improvement.
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>Most people succumb to using image boards as "novelty spirals" in the same way that normalfags become addicted to social media.
>Then do something else.  It cam be anything from reading a book to going for a walk
WOW, addicted to reading. Spending all your time inside, reading? That's unhealthy, man, and unproductive. Especially since you're probably reading trashy romance novels. Addiction is a nice meme, isn't it?
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More like addicted to shitposting and dopamine spikes it brings. Covering your ears and stomping the ground pretending that a human cannot get addicted doesn't remove the issue from existence.
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It's just a tool.
It can be used for more entertaining purposes just like this one.
>wtf how do we reach pod?!?112
>mostly full drill
>walk through bug cum with clear path next to you
lol noob
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>hazard 2
>Right of ownership has no bearing on how the content is licensed
Then what is the point of ownership? Why is there a reason to "own" an infinitely copiable and distributable jpeg?
>Sure, hell I don't even disagree with the notion that this is a couple idiots throwing away their money purely because the new method of getting something is popular but I also loathe people that let that color their perception of the entire idea or mechanism.
Smart contracts already exist. NFT's aren't just smart contracts, they're being used specifically for "ownership" over publicly available media content. No one is being critical of the tech behind smart contracts, they're being critical of the concept of owning something that you clearly don't own and only has value because of some retarded fad.

If you don't own the rights to something, you can't prevent people from distributing it, you can't even keep that data private, and all you have is a string of text that says "this is totally yours bro haha but also you don't actually have any rights to it at all haha", then you're either being scammed or laundering money.
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>Driller MVP
>mule went spider-man on our asses and up a 90° wall with a concave ceiling because our drop pod made a hole there
>the bug jizz was all over the corridor, we couldn't find a clear path on our initial descent
>that patch of cum-free ground is just that

>lol noob
sh-shut up...
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>Why is there a reason to "own" an infinitely copiable and distributable jpeg?
Because you owned it first.

>only has value because of some retarded fad.
Sure, but meme artists like Stone Toss can make tens of thousands of dollars from people sperging out over NFTs.  Why not take advantage of it?
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how about you drop this non-vidya bullshit and post some vidya?
Personally I'm not comfortable taking advantage of idiots, but that's not the point of contention. The point of contention is how fucking retarded the very concept of NFT's are in the current fad implementations of them.
Yes I get it, ownership in this sense is pretty meaningless but it has been for quite a while, it's right up the same street as music, video or art creators that technically own their works but have no meaningful way to actually enforce it aside from maybe DMCA it when they know about it. Now instead of the actual creators you might get some random other idiot who thinks he can unpublish something from the net.
So as to your
>Then what is the point of ownership?
there is none save for the people that pick something actually physical and thus exclusive to tie to an NFT, it's reddit retards and richfags not understanding who shit like this could be sensibly used.
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Not to jump into another's conversation like a reactive retard, but don't content creators usually only own the distribution rights for their works?
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So anon, are you the streaming lad in the other thread?

As far as I know they do own their work but due to how most video platforms work you give them a license to reproduce your works too

Guess I should also bother to post some webms in the webm thread.
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>second webm
Is there a game were I can abuse my spouse?
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Fable, maybe?
Always jump into conversations. Also, by default the creator of some content owns what he creates. However, many of them end up signing away some portion of their rights to employers, publishers, or content distributors in exchange for services or other things. It's pretty natural and appropriate for an employer to want to own the rights to something that a person creates on work time for his job as a function of his job on equipment paid for by the employer, for instance; I'm not saying that it's always inappropriate. Nobody should be surprised, though, that rich companies slowly encroach on the rights of creators by offering them useful cut-rate or free services in exchange for some of their rights to their content. Those entities are inveterate frog-boilers, and will always and forever be slowly pushing the boundaries of their contracts because that's more or less what they exist to do. 

It actually reminds me of the plot to an old overhead proto-twinstick shooter the name of which I can't remember. Basically, demons appeared openly on Earth one day, and offered deals with people in exchange for tiny bits of soul or life energy or whatever. Eventually, once they were powerful enough from these deals, they openly went to war with humanity, securing or destroying all food sources. Once they had nearly total control of human food supplies, the deals shifted so that humans were forced to buy food from the demons in exchange for steadily larger bits of soul. Sure, it's an alarmist parable, but it does sound like the kind of Embrace Extend Extinguish methodology that we know at least one large corporation admittedly employed in the pursuit of its normal business, in that it involves become the best or sole source for a service, then using the lack of competition to force inequitable Hobsonian choices on others. But you really can't be a fox and blame a scorpion for stinging.
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Where's the third mp4 from?
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Mystery of the druids.
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>mystery of the druids
Is this an in joke
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>2nd webm
I want everyone who made that video possible to be lynched, maimed and then left at the mercy of ravens and vultures.
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after watching the one with the actual translation it's just not the same
I know that this might sound retarded,but what's the song used in the first mp4?
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>what's the song
darude - sandstorm
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Don't worry, it definitely sounds retarded.
>1st webm
can you imagine spending millions of dollars, working thousands of man hours creating hundreds of assets, graphics sounds, writing code and whatever else, only to fucking TANK that hard and being forgotten within a year?
It's insane how many assets and how much code is just locked away in a vault. Wildstar comes to mind. It should be illegal to turn a live service into vaporware like that.
didn't they advertise porn of the game as a last-ditch attempt to draw people in?
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Yes, I can.
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I feel like with both battleborn and lawbreakers they were so focused on making "the next big thing" that they forgot to actually make a good game.
>can you imagine spending millions of dollars
A lot of that money went into feeding his wife.
I thought they were just focused on making a clone of whatever was most popular at the time.
>I feel like with both battleborn and lawbreakers they were so focused on making "the next big thing"
Come on, anon, they were just following trends in an supersaturated market.
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Literal clones in a oversaturated market that thought they could achieve success by having  a bigger budget.

Now Gearbox is owned by THQ Nordic somehow.
>first webm
It tires to be cute but instead it feels like somebody has a fetish for giantest women.
The other two are actually cute
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>Is there a game were I can abuse my spouse?
Takeshi no Chosenjo.
Its very much like real life, and just like real life it is also a shit game.
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I wish the summer didn't have to end
I can't believe mizore-chan is fucking dead.
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>bloodborne PS1 demake
That's just Nightmare Creatures without tank controls.
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I know, that was first thought as well.
At least post the cover of the crispy console.
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Look at and listen to the eldritch abomination working on it. At least it's thematically appropriate.
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>somebody saved those webms I made of an obscure japan-only fighting game that was never translated or played by anyone
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>2nd webm
>the only way mustards will get to experience bloodborne is via a demake that plays even shittier than nightmare creatures 2, and is brought to them by a fucking tranny
Holy shit, just go to the nearest pawnshop and grab the cheapest ps4 you can find, guaranteed to be on a firmware older than 7.55 meaning you can hack it and not pay for a single game. Not that it's an issue since bloodborne is a $5 game, even the GOTY edition is $25 on amazon.
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You forgot to reply to yourself 4 times
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>someone saved those posts I made back when /1cc/ was still a thing, I was scouring the internet for the files and trying to get Chaos Breaker running on loonix 
Has it been 2 years already?
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fuck is this
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lurk more
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You paid attention to that board?  It was just a bunch of boomers filling out the email field and asking for tech support.
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Goddamnit. Cursehead is the perfect character design.
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I forget how I got to them but they had a website hosting DL links for a number of Nesica and TaitoX arcade games. However the guy running it never replied to me about updating the one for that specific one and I think it died at some point. I found a usable copy on some jank Brazilian forum instead. 

The first webm is what got me into the game in the first place. Curse head is fucking magic.
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The concept of a grappler with rekkas and a five-second armour install that only costs 1 bar is just terrifying.  I'll post the rest of my Chaos Breaker folder since it's a really cool game.

>I found a usable copy on some jank Brazilian forum instead.
I know.  I downloaded it and I was about to get a stable bundle together for my local scene before Corona-chan hit.  You also forgot to clear your history from that secondary program that resizes the program window, so it has both your name and the last two KoF games you played.
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I recognize the tune from that Big Band webm but I can't remember the song.  Is that Touhou music?  If so, I think I've only picked it up through osmosis.
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>tear my hair out trying to upload Vritra Mugen Combo.webm
>keeps telling me it's already in the thread
>it isn't
>it literally isn't
>Maximum Vritra.webm in >>47761 is what I have saved as Vritra Mugen Combo.webm
>JSChan tells me that I can't upload a file, but doesn't point to where the conflicting files is
I swear my blood pressure went up a few PSI.
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If you meant to quote >>48365 then yes, it's Flandre Scarlet's theme (U.N. Owen Was Her?) from Touhou 6. You also may have heard it from those old Ran Ran Ruu YTPMVs with nipponese Ronald McDonald.
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Was really confused what you meant by program resizer until I realized you were talking about those game files from the /fightan/ thread back in the day. I've never played a KoF game in my life and didn't make the resize program either. So I assume that belonged to the original poster.
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went in the files and checked myself. Can't figure out how to read that history.dat file because it's full of NUL text so I figure it's an encode thing. But I did find a .ini file that shows this guy also played Battle Fantasia. Had a chuckle because the name matches the place I got the files from in the first place.
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Activate windows, anon.
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I say pretty unlikely. I have taken a look into an episode guide and it doesn't look like they are going to mention the webring.
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It already happened, they didn't mention the webring. They gave him a long interview and carefully trimmed out 95% of it to fit their narrative that GamerGate was a muhsoggynistic hateful movement about doxing and harassing brave womyn in the industry. Everyone saw this coming a mile away, even him, but you have to understand he's a prostitute that sells himself for money and food.
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Was blacked.gov mentioned?
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No, the part he showed up in was solely about the 2014 exodus and GG to set the stage for more Q bullshit.
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This has to be satire, it's just too perfect.
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The bare mattress on his bed is a giveaway that it isn't.  Any self-respecting man would have his bed mad if people are going to see it.  He likely sleeps on the bare mattress because he thinks "it saves doing the laundry."
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>First vid
holy shit what a faggot. 
Why did he even make that video? It's just his stupid rant that has nothing to do with video games. His stupid ass should start a blog where he whines about political issues, if this is the kind of "content" he makes in his middle age
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I can now say with a 100%certainty that speedrunning is mindnubing and for faggots.
Why not just use the steroids at the beginning and jump to the end?
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Good that Terrafirmacraft is absolutly unspeedrunable.
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See, that's that why speedrunning is fucking gay. Not only is it repetitive, there's always some other technique which you would have never thought of, and whatever your record was it'll be beaten within any% seconds by an autist with a nigger supply of Ritalin than you.
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Always bet on duke.
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I am the King of the world, baby!
>competition is bad because I can't win
That's not why competitive speedrunning has become so gay, it's speds and trannies that efficiency all the fun out of it until you just watch some estrogen-based life form walk into the same wall for an hour waiting for the game to magically finish itself. That said it can still be fun to watch, especially marathon events where even Goys Done Quick tends to pick games that still have gameplay in them, plus the chance to watch these super e1337 pros shit the bed repeatedly when shit goes wrong and they can't just smash the reset button.
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You seem to have slightly misunderstood me:
I didn't say became gay, I said it IS gay. The concept may have been novel at first, but I can't see how playing the exact same sections over and over and over and over only for bragging rights can be good in any capacity.
Please, let's just agree to disagree, I don't want to get into an argument about speedrunning and trannies or the chicken and the egg.
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Grinding out runs for WR is retarded shit that idiots do for bragging rights but finding tech and routing is neat. Segmented runs and TASs should be the standard, but that'll never stop autists.
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>first webm
>I still have 12 minutes left
Those were the days.
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>watching vtubers
That engrish reminded me of a decade-old album where nip VAs were brought together to sing popular western music. I don't have the full album and only saved one of the songs. I am pretty sure that the VA here voiced KoF's Athena.
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>first webm
How many of these are from the games vs recordings of John on the convention circuit? I remember Duke sounding like Ralph Wiggum when I played Duke3D as a kid for some reason, but most of those lines weren't in it.
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he does quotes off of twitter bots, so its possible.
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One of my biggest disappointments in speedrunning was finding a FEAR speedrun, expecting a cool run full of fast-paced shooting and stuff, and finding the run was just abusing ladder transition animations to clip into the floor and ignore almost every single level.  And of course the runner played on easy mode so that the handful of enemies he actually had to interact with were no threat at all.

>My mamma warned me about women like you!
>. . . I always hoped she was tellin' the truth ;)
I miss when cartoons could do stuff like that and have it be a wink-wink nudge-nudge thing for the audience instead of the creator just inserting his fetish into the show to get off and make things worse.  Unholy garbage like Big Mouth is all we get nowadays.
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Did you remember to take your dose today, anons?
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Thanks doc.
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>i amu beri happi~
fuck that's good
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Duke3D + Manhattan Project. All quotes are pulled from these two games.
Todays kids really are fucked in terms of cartoons. They mostly just watch rich youtubers splooge their wads on random shit. And what gets produced as an animated feature on Netflix for all the kiddies to watch instead of that? A product of zoophilia singing RnB and discovering ALL the sexual deviants in the big city.
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You are supposed to spoiler that, newfriend.
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Thanks doc.
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Is this what passes as funny on those Chinese video sharing services, son?
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Have a better TF2 video.
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I miss those days.
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Like tears in the rain...
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>is this what passes as funny
I can assure you no one who ever watched those videos laughed at it.
It's just little kids making videos just so they can waste more time idling on some shitty social media. It's a sunk cost fallacy.
>he didn't rescue the dog
Shit spy
>but he is ok
Thank God for that.
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Anyone remember what mod that ship is from?
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You're Under Arrest was such a great show.
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Good lord, fuck this. I'm going back to cakechan.
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The internet went to shit when literal gay nigger memes became accepted and popular.
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Good. Go back and stay there.
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Never post this again.
I hate it, but that ending got me to laugh a bit.
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Ironic shitposting is still shitposting.
I don't get it, what's wrong with this? retards post ricardo all the time but somehow this triggers them?
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I think you're on the wrong board.
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I think you're a stupid faggot
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I'm fucking losing it what is this
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That's ironic, considering you're advocating for literal homosex posting.
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I can't help but chase speed.
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Why did they make Aerith swear?
everything pure must be corrupted, we are not allowed to have nice things
Was this in the japanese version or is it yet another instance of pozzed localization?
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Cool thread, Ahmed. Mind you if I show this to the White House?
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what did he mean by this?
I have no idea, I didn't play this shit nor will I ever.
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>looks like she's struggling to walk up a ladder
>a ladder
>then hangs on a ledge one-handed with relative ease
There's a lot more wrong in this scene than letting slip a word that is hardly a swear nowadays.
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Why are the colors all washed out with bloom like I'm watching this on a shitty LCD?

This isn't the only videogame doing this shit either.
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>There's a lot more wrong in this scene than letting slip a word that is hardly a swear nowadays.
there isn't, aerith would never say shit. There is more character assassination with one word than if she hanged with one finger
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Worse than that is the fact that he doesn't have the freedom to walk around the sides of the water tower , the muddy low res textures straight out of 7th Gen and that there's a minimap for a literal fucking corridor.

AAA games are made for the absolute braindead.
Modern games are one big joke.
Never played this shit game so I looked up a let's play and she just says うそ, which is better translated as "no way" or "you're kidding me". It's certainly not a swear word.
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There's no way that scene isn't ironic. Some developer thinks this kind of cutscenes are retarded and made that ironically, but the people in charge of these games are too stupid to realize and thought it was fine.
I wish I still had your optimism and innocence
>jesus holy fuckballs! i nearly fucking died.. btw cloud, i hate niggers and kikes
shit, you weren't kiddin'
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I fucking knew it. I fucking knew it. She also doesn't sound like annoying condescending bitch in japanese, like "ugh, I'm a strong wommyn m'kay?". She sounds playful.
Some faggot translator thought "hey, let's add some spice to this! Aerith is a strong, independent woman, she can swear! This game is for adults, okay? Games have changed!"
Localization has gone off the charts bad and unplayable.
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You should know Japanese by now anyway. Localization has always been shit and is not going to get better.
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There were examples of bad translations, yes. But it has never been the insufferable americanized reddit pozz that we see now in pretty much everything.
>You should know Japanese by now anyway.
I know it good enough but not good enough to enjoy a game with every menu and every bit of text.
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No irony, just rushed out and laziness.
It's a loading screen essentially, but done really fucking poorly.

Subs are bad enough, but if you listen to dubs you need to be skullfucked.
Yeah, right. By that logic countless other examples of such great modern game design are all also ironic.
>But it has never been the insufferable americanized reddit pozz that we see now in pretty much everything.
You don't remember Working Designs?
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They were one specific case, so bad that they stood out. Now everything is Working Designs.
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>They were one specific case
Not really. You had Nintendo and their family friendly censorship on the S/NES, Atlus changing Japs to niggers, etc.
It's a forced loading screen intended to give context to why they're being warped during co-op play
Can you respond to active threads you actually want to participate in instead of just blindly bumping to slide the raid? I know you think youre helping but youre magnifying the raid.
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I want to go back
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kill me
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