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 No.2314[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I think this game is on to something lads
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 No.9188

>>9051
It's connected the Harry. The game is about him more than the whodunnit.
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 No.9189

>>9188
connected to*
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 No.9197

>>9188
How tho?
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 No.9201

>>2314
I finished this game for the first time a week or so ago, it was really great, played through with my BF and enjoyed it thoroughly.

I can only emphasise the other good stuff people have said in this topic about it, I will say that I was expecting there to be more combat (since there's pretty much none) but I'm not disappointed in what ended up happening. I found the bit with the phasmid at the end to be really beautiful, also.


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 No.2214[Reply]

Okay, come on, I know I'm not the only one that's started playing it, what do we all think?No spoilers please, or put them in tags, cause it only just came out.
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 No.4989

>>4805
It's basically this. I still enjoyed the game, but I was underwhelmed given the people that worked on it.
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 No.4993

>>4989
I'm the guy who made that post and to be fair according to the devs the game barely had any budget. It was more of a passion project than anything else.
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 No.6037

I've been trying to complete this game since it released and I can rarely bring myself to play it, and when it I do it's rarely for more than a half hour. The humor is just so fucking grating. Nothing is ever taken seriously. Futurama and Rick & Morty are an enjoyable format for &lt30min segments. Not for hours of open world gameplay wherein every character is the butt of some joke.

I really want to enjoy it, I also really want to finish the main story, but I just want the jokes to fucking stop.
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 No.6046

>>6037
I think this is a big problem with modern writing, the constant dumb jokes and nothing ever being taken seriously. There's moments for humour and moments for seriousness but these people can never take it seriously. I mean soldiers like to have fun and goof off and shit when they're just waiting around but when they're in actual combat? No, they get serious and cold-blooded and shit.
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 No.9199

I like the game so far, am doing a sneak and long rifle lone wolf build, in typical fallout fashion.
the dlc looks cool too


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 No.9130[Reply]

Yonah *loves* her onii-chan
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 No.9143

>>9130
this is why dad Nier was better.
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 No.9158

>>9136
Brother/sister incest is superior, sorry.
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 No.9161

>>9158
>makes them unrelated by blood
Just Japanese things.
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 No.9184

>not loving your siblings
?
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 No.9191

>>9158
Nah if we're going by what's more taboo, parent/child is worse/better.


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 No.8040[Reply]

I'm a newbie player of creed series. I just finished AC Liberation HD & AC Brotherhood. And about to play AC IV Black Flag. I kinda interest with creed since the stories about rebellion, uprising, & well…. anything us leftists want to be. Discuss anything.

Vittoria Agli Assassini!
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 No.9120

>>9109
You realise that if there was an AC game set in Tsarist Russia/civil war that the bolsheviks would be the bad guys.
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 No.9172

>>8048
It's baffling, ubisoft are beyond liberals, even liberals are supposed to support the bourgeois revolutions of france. Ubisoft are actual reactionaries.
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 No.9179

>>9120
Didn't the player save Anastasia or some bullshit like that?
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 No.9181

>>9179
>>9120
Assassin's Creed Chronicles Russia
you basically run around killing bolsheviks with the tsar's daughter who escaped her family's firing squad
some real dumb libshit why would anyone expect ubisoft to be good
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 No.9182

>>9181
There you have it. I didn't even know that game existed, but I still knew it.


 No.9147[Reply]

What is the materialist explanation of esports cheating?
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 No.9165

>>9149
You don't know how smart these guys are man it's something as simple as installing a cheat engine on their cell phone and plugging it into the usb drive for 1 second and then unplugging it. People are paying thousands of dollars to compsci devs to make them custom cheats so they can go undetected it's insane (my friend literally made money custom making cheats for CS).

These assholes ruined an entire game and Valve does nothing about it.

CSGO more like Counter-Cheats: Global Aimbots
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 No.9174

>>9165
>word.exe
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 No.9175

>>9165
Valve was content to see TF2 ravaged by cheats and later as they saw what juicy cake Overwatch ad taken from them…
They relaunched TF2 without spectator mode for "competitive reasons", didn't they?

I'm more worried about things like a company rigging the game to condition players or extract microtransactions TBH
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 No.9176

>>9165
They shouldn't be able to bring a phone in either. Look I get your point but I'm saying, these big tourneys are making hundreds of thousands of dollars. If they really wanted to stop the cheating they have the resources to try harder.
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 No.9177

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>>9176
Just email yourself your program (why would you use anticheat on a lan computer? muh fps!) and delete all the evidence

in my opinion, these big tournament organizers are all corrupt in one way or another, be it in collaborating with or allowing cheating, or sucking the players dry


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 No.7861[Reply]

Without Colonel Soll, there would be no New Sordland!
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 No.9119

>>9117
They made constitutional reform even harder? It already seemed impossible to pass le ebin Stalin constitution without cheating
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 No.9129

>>9119

You basically need to go 50% Stalin and focus the anti corruption or secret state police on the old guard, as well as carefully word what you say to the moderate judges.

My main want going the Stalin route is the expanded presidential decrees tbh (To purge the military & control the central bank). The rest can be negotiated.
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 No.9152

>>9119
You can, but you have to use every opportunity to swing votes.
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 No.9166

>>9129
>Control the central bank
So dumb that they don't allow you to do this on a pacifist reformist run. Central bank independence is a neolib meme that DIDN'T EVEN EXIST UNTIL FRIEDMAN THOUGHT IT UP holy shit just nuke U of Chicago nothing good ever came from that place.
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 No.9171

>>9166

Definitely agree that the intensity rating of the decrees available is not proportionate. Like desollinization and media control should be much harder to do compared to taking back central bank control for example.


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 No.7989[Reply]

What do you make of it? Do you always go with the presets or do you spend your Time in game to get the best Combinations possible.
I mean for games like RDR2, GTA, Ghost of Tsushima, etc.
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 No.8772

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>>8662
Damn, I'm lookin good.
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 No.8773

>>8772
Hello, 911 Emergency? There's a handsome guy in my bathroom!
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 No.8778

>>8768
Yeah I suppose you can, but so disappointing. When I heard that Cyberpunk had customisable genitals, I was hoping you could get a monster cyber dragon cock or something or a tentacle. What a let down.
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 No.9113

>>7989
i hate it. if the game doesn't give me a choice i don't worry about it and just focus on gameplay. if the game does give me a choice i become irritated that none of the choices are what i want. it's better to have no customization than limited customization, which all customization necessarily is.

but what i really hate is the western rpg skill tree nonsense. they all use the same three categories: defense, offense, and stealth/support, depending on whether the game is single or multiplayer. nine out of ten skills are utterly useless but you need at least five points per rank to unlock the next rank which has the skill you actually want. ninety percent of skill points are wasted and every character build ends up exactly the same in the end anyway. it's a completely uninspired boring system and yet every game made in the last decade insists on using it to the point that they're now cramming it into action games and watering down many popular rpg series with it.
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 No.9121

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i like to spend time messing about in character customization, i try and stay lore-friendly


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 No.8952[Reply]

Does anyone here work in the gaming industry? Be a programmer, artist or related
Is it bad as people says it is?
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 No.8963

>>8952
Nobody works here actually.
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 No.8964

>Is it bad as people says it is?
There's always news about gaming studios crunching and other shitty practices, so yeah.
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 No.9111

>>8952
the worst part isn't the sketchy employment practices, it's the egos. i worked at a studio split between macho bro types who "practiced" kickboxing during lunch (mostly posing and flexing in front of a mirror to "perfect their form") and textbook PMC liberal women with massive savior complexes. the few normal people i worked with often volunteered to work overtime on salary just to get done with our part so we could be laid off and free of the social black hole that the studio really was. we convinced the director that the greatest "experience" (the favorite buzzword of the lead designer that got slathered on everything like hot sauce in a university dormitory) would be achieved by using a 16 year old RPG engine for an MMO/action hybrid. We fucked that game up so bad just so we could be done with it and out of there. I've been working at an animal shelter ever since. Programming is a fun hobby but doing it for a company is masochistic just because of the nightmare personalities it attracts.
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 No.9112

>>9111
Sounds nasty, glad your new job really gives back to the world
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 No.9114

>>8964
he didn't ask you dr. expert news article reader. this addressee of OP is abundantly clear.


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 No.8954[Reply]

What in the fuck is this shit?
Looks like i won't be trying to afford a PS5 after all:
https://www.videogameschronicle.com/news/resident-evils-producer-says-village-was-balanced-based-on-feedback-that-re7-was-too-scary/


>In an interview with Axios Gaming included in its latest newsletter, Kanda said Village’s development team didn’t want to frighten off players, after some feedback suggested the game’s predecessor was too scary.


>When we develop a new Resident Evil game, our goal is not always to make it scarier than the previous title, but find a balance to deliver a scary but fun experience for players, he said.


>Some of the feedback we received regarding [RE7 was] that it was too scary to play,” Kanda added. “In one regard, that’s exactly what we were striving for, so it’s a huge compliment for us.


>But at the same time, it’s always our goal to create something that anybody can feel comfortable jumping in and playing, so we eased up on the tension curve [in RE Village] relative to Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, so that players aren’t in constant fear.



I'll just keep spending my money on cheap booze then, no thanks.
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 No.9063

Jump scares aren't scary
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 No.9071

>>9063
there aren't any of those in this game though
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 No.9099

>>9063
literally only people that are scared by jumpscares feel the need to constantly remind everyone that jumpscares aren't scary and that they're cheap no-good bad bad not scary i don't need mommy to hold my hand
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 No.9100

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You wanna know what fear looks like?
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 No.9101

>>9071
RE7 was filled with jumpscares
really pissed me off, I turned it off and played re4 again


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 No.9054[Reply]

This game is absolutely brutal and I'm playing all the levels on easy.
It almost seems like every stage has different timings for each button. Considering also you're not allowed to press buttons late.

Is the trick FPS or something? How do you fix it on linux? All builds that do only work on windows and wont work with wine.

Also general thread I guess
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 No.9055

Unmodded Friday Night Funkin has inconsistent tracks that do get better in the later weeks. Also mods give better feedback and even remove the penalty for early button press where it simply won't count.

https://youtu.be/uatUlGk-RP4
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 No.9056

When I played Stepmania I would always set the speed to constant across all tracks.
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 No.9070

the game is a buggy mess but it's still easy as fuck. no idea how you can have trouble with it at all, let alone on fuckin easy
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 No.9073

I'm op, I figured it out, stare at the buttons and use peripheral vision to check for new inputs.

>>9070
Because I didn't think of skipping week 2, didn't know it was the final boss.
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 No.9087

newgrounds propaganda


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