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12727 No. 12727 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Do you think Sony or the other guys will ever port over their old exclusive games to pc?
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>> No. 12764 [Edit]
For all of those strictly first party games, you're likely to find a very similar one available for pc.
>> No. 12765 [Edit]
I'm forever surprised by how much "fanart" there is of christ-chan.
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>Do you think Sony or the other guys will ever port over their old exclusive games to pc?

I thought they already did that??.
>> No. 12771 [Edit]
Not the first party games.

No. 12429 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
We already have a thread for full video game OSTs but how about one for individual tracks?

I'll start, I'm crazy about Let's Do the Odyssey! from Super Mario Odyssey, I never would have expected a song like this from a Mario game.
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>> No. 12494 [Edit]
Hideki Naganuma worked on the soundtrack for Sonic Rush but he also composed the soundtrack for Jet Set(Grind in NA) Radio.
>> No. 12509 [Edit]
Spoiler alert!
>> No. 12613 [Edit]
Been playing a USA game in Darkest Hour recently. The entire soundtrack for Hearts of Iron II is really good, it actually works really well despite the slow pace of the game because of how the tracks have highs and lows that fit your ships moving from LA to Wake as well as they do marine landings on Iwo Jima. In terms of immersion for this theatre, Japanese Spirit stands head and shoulders above the others. It makes the micromanagement and frustration of moving large numbers of troops across contested oceans onto tiny specks of isolated rock actually pretty cool instead of annoying as shit.
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Composers: Shiho Fujii, Atsuko Asahi, Ryo Nagamatsu, Yasuaki Iwata
Mario Kart 8 - Big Blue
No song makes me as ready to race as this one in MK8. That saxophone is just amazing on it's own but it also plays really well with the guitar. Just being able to hear this while racing is one of the things that made the DLC worth it. It's even better listening to this while racing in 200CC.

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12928 No. 12928 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
How do you play VNs on linux? I am using a version of GNU/Ubuntu and noticed AGTH doesn't run in WINE. what do you use?
>> No. 12930 [Edit]
Virtualbox layered mode with the vn and texthooker in the virtual machine. I don't read many VNs so haven't experimented much but this works pretty well on an otherwise shitty laptop with a lot of RAM.
>> No. 12931 [Edit]
When my old Windows PC broke and I only had my laptop, I used wine. The VNs I played during that time ran well, never encountered a problem but I have to admit that it wasn't that long until I got myself a new PC.

You might be interested in this thread >>979

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12866 No. 12866 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
We have a thread for anime and video game screencaps, and for manga panels, so why not one for VNs?
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12756 No. 12756 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
One of the best TPS I've ever played, I've been playing this in the last 10 years and this game never gets old. It's amazing all the different things you can do and the different game modes you can play. This game really needs more recognition.

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12743 No. 12743 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Post a video game quote that will give away the game without saying the title.

Example: "but our princess is in another castle!"
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>> No. 12748 [Edit]
"I sense a soul in search for answers".

Including a picture makes it easier though.
>> No. 12753 [Edit]
enemy officer defeated
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>> No. 12755 [Edit]
You have to guess the previous posters' quote first, then write your own for the next person.

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12681 No. 12681 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Don't you hate how even an idiot can complete a hard game by simply Googling it?
That's the problem nowadays, it's not that games aren't hard, it's that it is too easy to look up the answers.
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>> No. 12701 [Edit]
Yeah I replied even though I recognized that style right away. I'll try to avoid feeding him in the future.
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I'm the stupidest stupid that ever stpuded on this stpuid planet stupid so it's pretty convenient for me. I try and work out a puzzle myself first, really try, and if after repeated attempts I can't solve it I look up a solution.
Or I google it if I don't want to deal with it. I always broke many rules gamers held sacred but... eh, whatevs. It's a game, not a test.
>> No. 12707 [Edit]
Games and tests are quite similar, both ask you to solve the problem presented.
You might be too used to looking up the answers, like how modern humans are used to technology and wouldn't be able to start a fire or skin an animal.
>> No. 12708 [Edit]
As long as you have fun, it should be alright.
Please don't use Google though. They're evil.

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12646 No. 12646 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What game(s) do you want to experience for the first time again?
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The plot only contradicts itself when Kojima tries to erase MGS2 from Metal Gear history, which is every-time MGS2 needs to be brought up.
>> No. 12659 [Edit]
MGS2 is my favourite game. I wish he kept playing it weird even if it alienated some people. The third one was supposed to feature permadeath and restarting the game if you died. I also hate that the ending of 4 was changed because of bad first response to it.
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Me too man.
But I don't think Kojima himself cared much for it, seeing as he personally tries to forget it exists (Ground Zeroes Deja Vu mission, the MGS2 logo is hidden behind a sign you have to physically destroy to see, then Miller says 'Snake's polygons' instead of Raiden's even though Raiden is the main character).
You see, people forget (because nobody ever reads the credits) that MGS1, 2 and 3 had another writer by the name of Tomokazu Fukushima, and he is solely credited as the 'Codec Script' writer. All other Metal Gear games do not feature him as a writer.

You may or may not have noticed it, but MGS1, 2 and 3 had a specific kind of anti-Americanism, it wasn't a direct attack but a sort of acknowledging that 'might makes right' (America being the mightiest) even if that 'right' isn't what is good.
When Fukushima leaves Konami (after MGS3), the theme disappears.

But yeah, that's business. Can't help that most people are intolerant of philosophy.
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time or Super Mario Galaxy.
Both games had an emotional impact on me, Ocarina gave me a sense of wonder and adventure. I was mesmerized when I first stepped out to Hyrule Field because before that I played Wind Waker. In that game I saw a place I wanted to see more of outside of the castle area but I couldn't explore it until I played Ocarina of Time and I stepped out into a vast area I just wanted to see and know more of. It gave me a sense of wonder and adventure so few games ever give me.

Super Mario Galaxy was another one, it also gave me a sense of wonder to see so much creativity go into a portrayal of space like what I saw. There was also another character who I admired for years and have a lot of respect for, which is probably why some people thought she was my waifu.

Both games rest in my collection and my memories as very well-loved favorites.

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11323 No. 11323 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Let's help each other get better at games! Name the genres you're bad at,and the genres you're good at. Give help to those who are bad at what you can do and get help from those who are good at what you can't.
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>> No. 12630 [Edit]
I have heard that Perfect Cherry Blossom is easier than EoSD
>> No. 12642 [Edit]
I'm good at driving/racing games. Suck at fighting games.
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>why you want and/or expect someone else to put the time and effort to answer all your questions
I don't know, I just decided to throw the post out there in the hopes that somebody would give me an answer.

>Even if ignoring the previous statement, wouldn't asking this on a board or forum dedicated to TF2 be a better idea? You disagreed with most of the advice you found, so it's likely you actually might be the most acquainted user in this site regarding that game.
I've kind of tried that already and it's mostly met with expectations of the Pyro player (me) simply "gitting gud" and complete dismissal of circumstance, the knowledge other players may have, map design, number of players on one team, skill stacking, greater numbers on another team, and quite simply thinking that skill is the one and only factor that determines the outcome of a match.

>I find odd that you mentioned this. What gave you the notion others might think that?
I had a reason for why I mentioned this but I forgot. I guess just because it was true and nothing more.

>In that case, why not just go with the good ol' Doc? When I used to play it was rare for the match to load with someone already a medic.
I did that a lot of the time and Medic got pretty boring after a while. In my experience what was equally, if not more, rare was an Engineer on the team so sometimes I had to play to fit the role.
Though when I did get bored of Medic I found myself realizing that the character was well thought out in the sense that you actually start to feel like the Medic after a while, having to babysit the team and hope they actually do something.
>> No. 12673 [Edit]
First and foremost:
You need to have competition at the level you're at. A friend who's equally ass, or an active online community.
After that, it's all about three things: knowledge, execution, and strategy. Understand that strategy is what ties knowledge and execution together to produce wins. The idea is that at each level, you'll go deeper in all of these categories.
Also, you should always play the coolest character. That's really important. And don't be discouraged by how hard fighting games are, or by how long it takes to get your first victory. They're pretty hard.

>From complete ass to newbie
1) Basic universal mechanics: blocking, hit levels, throws, movement, parry/focus attack/faultless defense/etc...
2) Know your character's moves. It's just stuff like "this is a low kick" and "this is a fireball". You don't need to read frame data.

1) Learn to jump and dash.
2) Learn to not jump. It's easy jump back when you intend to block, but of course, that's a free hit for your opponent.
3) You really have to be able to do fireballs. Anti-air shoryukens are something even pros miss. Don't mind.

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12636 No. 12636 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Rainbow Six: Vegas is pretty tacticool. Though it starts out very generically (I mean, god-damn generically), once you meet up with your squad it gets much better.

Door-breaching, rope-breaching, flash-and-clear et cetera. Enemies also only take one to two shots to kill, so single-fire is actually useful like it would be in real life. You also can't take many shots before being killed either, so working with the squad is important.
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I fell for the RS:S meme, and honestly it paid off. It was quite fun and challenging, until operation health.
As someone who hasn't played any of the other Rainbow Sixs, what would be the best one to start off with?
>> No. 12640 [Edit]
The pre Vegas games are dated fps games. You might like them but there is no real reason not to start with Vegas
>> No. 12641 [Edit]
I picked up Six Vegas many years back even though I've never been a big fan of the more grounded military games and instead aim for over the top ridiculous ones instead at best. I thought it seemed like an interesting setting for such a game however, and when I played it I went with hard mode (almost always normal here) where I think it was one shot and you're dead. It was challenging and not something I was used to, but it wasn't half bad. Couldn't really follow along too well with the story since it seemed to tie in with other games, but it was decent enough as it was. I'm still curious though what exactly happened in this game's world that caused all none dodge cars/trucks to vanish.
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I don't know if it's because I played it right after Vegas 1, thus still having it fresh in my memory, but Vegas 2 went in the wrong direction, I felt.

Being able to control a female Operator in a tank-top is neato, but the game-play itself took a more arcade turn.
The AI seemed to get stuck more often and moved slower (because they cover each other, even though it was useless for me). The areas you go to seemed to be made as 'interesting' as possible as opposed to as authentic as possible (malls, convention areas, Caribbean holidy homes etc). The enemies too often spawned-in as opposed to just being there like they should be if they were terrorists holding ground. Then there was that utterly boring bit you go solo and it seemed to want to be Splinter Cell. And then there was a freaking Boss Battle with a fucking helicopter!
And maybe it was just because it had a longer campaigne, but it seemed there were less civilian hostages to save than Vegas 1.

Over-all, it is either less tacticool or more forgiving of guns blazing. I like arcade-ish games, but Vegas 2 was neither here nor there.

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12615 No. 12615 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
The SNES classic launches tomorrow, who here is looking forward to it, what games are you planning to play first? I'll be camping outside Best Buy the following morning, if you happen to be going to the same store as me maybe we can talk to pass the time before the store opens, I'm going to the Best Buy in Santa Rosa California, hope to see you there.
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>> No. 12621 [Edit]
It's just a cute looking case for a simple SNES emulator. I'd rather play SNES and much more on the go with the GPD XD (which also can easily display on a TV through HDMI).

For the ergonomic feel I'd just get a cheap usb snes type controller, or an used true snes controller and an adapter.
>> No. 12623 [Edit]
I had no interest in this thing, but hopefully you managed to get one for yourself and enjoy it, OP.

I'm fine with just having a Switch.
>> No. 12643 [Edit]
I've already got a couple original SNES, and can emulate any SNES game on a psp or vita. What point is there to getting this?
>> No. 12644 [Edit]
Novelty, or maybe to resell if they go up in value shortly after they go off sale.

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