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Re: Video Games

Unread postby NGJON » 15 April 2017, 21:27

idk about video gaming , but i have been playing alot of 'evil apples' on my phone, it's like card games against humanity online
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby OprahWindFury » 18 April 2017, 00:10

Horizon Zero Dawn changed my life.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby UVic91 » 20 April 2017, 14:37

Boyfriend got me the NES Classic for Christmas. Absolutely in love with it cause I grew up playing SMB's 3 on the original NES. So many memories of losing our minds trying to get that damn thing to work.

Also just got a Switch and haven't messed with it too much.

Still am, and always will be, a Halo fan. Lots of my birthday parties were LAN parties with people around the house screaming at each other over these games.

Used to play a lot of Runsecape back then too. I miss those days.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Prince_G_24 » 21 April 2017, 02:18

Finally got around to playing Final Fantasy X over the past few weeks. I was thoroughly disappointed with how easy it was to beat the last boss(es).
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Paragon » 21 April 2017, 02:24

Prince_G_24 wrote:Finally got around to playing Final Fantasy X over the past few weeks. I was thoroughly disappointed with how easy it was to beat the last boss(es).

But that's par for the course for Final Fantasy. By the time you're at the final boss, you're already way overpowered. Meanwhile, there's probably a bunch of secret bosses that are harder to beat, yeah?
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Prince_G_24 » 21 April 2017, 02:53

Paragon wrote:
Prince_G_24 wrote:Finally got around to playing Final Fantasy X over the past few weeks. I was thoroughly disappointed with how easy it was to beat the last boss(es).

But that's par for the course for Final Fantasy. By the time you're at the final boss, you're already way overpowered. Meanwhile, there's probably a bunch of secret bosses that are harder to beat, yeah?


I haven't experimented with super bosses/legendary weapons or any of that side stuff, just played through for the story. Most of the disappointment came from how simple some of the bosses were despite what I've heard.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby StevenFromTheOrient » 21 April 2017, 04:35

I play team fortress 2 a lot. It's a free to play game but will end up costing you more if you want those silly hats!

I recently came across this funny little gem called Radiator 2 on steam where you spank a dude, stuff an ice cream in some guys mouth and drive with an orgasm face. But it feels more like a statement of "we gays exist" in a world of straight games than an actual game with more gameplay.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Mod » 21 April 2017, 08:46

StevenFromTheOrient wrote:I play team fortress 2 a lot. It's a free to play game but will end up costing you more if you want those silly hats!

I recently came across this funny little gem called Radiator 2 on steam where you spank a dude, stuff an ice cream in some guys mouth and drive with an orgasm face. But it feels more like a statement of "we gays exist" in a world of straight games than an actual game with more gameplay.


I really like that developer, I forget his name but he's made a few social commentary games like those. He also made a selfie game that was all about taking the right dick pick and having the game score you on it.

TF2 is super and yeah like all Valve games the moment you go after the big skins you're lost in a rabbit hole of money.
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Prince_G_24 wrote:Finally got around to playing Final Fantasy X over the past few weeks. I was thoroughly disappointed with how easy it was to beat the last boss(es).

But that's par for the course for Final Fantasy. By the time you're at the final boss, you're already way overpowered. Meanwhile, there's probably a bunch of secret bosses that are harder to beat, yeah?


I haven't experimented with super bosses/legendary weapons or any of that side stuff, just played through for the story. Most of the disappointment came from how simple some of the bosses were despite what I've heard.

The other thing about those secret bosses is that by the time you beat them and earn say the Ultima Weapon, you would've wanted it most against that secret boss.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby StevenFromTheOrient » 21 April 2017, 10:31

Mod wrote:
StevenFromTheOrient wrote:I play team fortress 2 a lot. It's a free to play game but will end up costing you more if you want those silly hats!

I recently came across this funny little gem called Radiator 2 on steam where you spank a dude, stuff an ice cream in some guys mouth and drive with an orgasm face. But it feels more like a statement of "we gays exist" in a world of straight games than an actual game with more gameplay.


I really like that developer, I forget his name but he's made a few social commentary games like those. He also made a selfie game that was all about taking the right dick pick and having the game score you on it.

TF2 is super and yeah like all Valve games the moment you go after the big skins you're lost in a rabbit hole of money.
I fell off pretty hard but it's still fun to come back to sometimes and be a scummy pyro or demo Knight :D

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Prince_G_24 wrote:Finally got around to playing Final Fantasy X over the past few weeks. I was thoroughly disappointed with how easy it was to beat the last boss(es).

But that's par for the course for Final Fantasy. By the time you're at the final boss, you're already way overpowered. Meanwhile, there's probably a bunch of secret bosses that are harder to beat, yeah?


I haven't experimented with super bosses/legendary weapons or any of that side stuff, just played through for the story. Most of the disappointment came from how simple some of the bosses were despite what I've heard.

The other thing about those secret bosses is that by the time you beat them and earn say the Ultima Weapon, you would've wanted it most against that secret boss.



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Re: Video Games

Unread postby WizardWalter » 21 April 2017, 19:14

UVic91 wrote:Boyfriend got me the NES Classic for Christmas. Absolutely in love with it cause I grew up playing SMB's 3 on the original NES. So many memories of losing our minds trying to get that damn thing to work.

Also just got a Switch and haven't messed with it too much.

Still am, and always will be, a Halo fan. Lots of my birthday parties were LAN parties with people around the house screaming at each other over these games.

Used to play a lot of Runsecape back then too. I miss those days.


The Super NES Mini (I am guessing you got the NES mini) is rumored to be coming this December. There were so many great games on the SNES. They better make enough of them.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby UVic91 » 22 April 2017, 02:59

WizardWalter wrote:
UVic91 wrote:Boyfriend got me the NES Classic for Christmas. Absolutely in love with it cause I grew up playing SMB's 3 on the original NES. So many memories of losing our minds trying to get that damn thing to work.

Also just got a Switch and haven't messed with it too much.

Still am, and always will be, a Halo fan. Lots of my birthday parties were LAN parties with people around the house screaming at each other over these games.

Used to play a lot of Runsecape back then too. I miss those days.


The Super NES Mini (I am guessing you got the NES mini) is rumored to be coming this December. There were so many great games on the SNES. They better make enough of them.

Agreed... This BS of having limited stock on release day is getting old. I got super lucky by getting a Switch on release day without having to stand in line. And I left my house to stand in line during a restock day before Christmas for the NES mini when my BF had to break the surprise of what he already got me for Christmas.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby KrisCross » 22 April 2017, 10:29

Yeah if the mini SNES rumour is true, I don't want to miss out on that, I have given up on the mini NES.

The Switch shortages are apparently due to the very high production costs though.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Mod » 22 April 2017, 10:41

Well in general it seems like Nintendo just has a problem with assessing Western appeal. That's before we start talking about artificial scarcity with stuff like Amiibo.

For y'all sake I hope that the new snes nostalgia toys come with things like download options and a controller cable length that actually makes sense.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Millennialtrucker » 6 May 2017, 03:45

Received my new Alienware 15 R3 laptop a month ago and have beat farcry Primal and currently playing ghost recon wild lands.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby DrawingAstronomer » 15 May 2017, 06:27

Has anyone hear played The World Ends With You for the nintendo DS? It is pretty old, well almost a decade old so not that old but still a pretty fun game to play.

Probably one of the better games for the DS, since it actually makes the most use of the device. In particular, using both screens to fight enemies at the same time, while also using the mic for certain attacks.

That is a pretty vague description but for more info you could always just google it. Also they did remake the game for Ios devices, and that only costs like 20 dollars.

So if anyone has not played this game but does not want to buy an outdated handheld, you could always just buy from the Apple store or whatever handled device you use.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Lucas » 15 May 2017, 12:32

^ Cool


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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Frigid » 15 May 2017, 17:01

TF2 and Dungeon Defenders 2.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Severelius » 16 May 2017, 18:32

Got hit with the sudden urge to binge my way through the Dragon Age series. A series that I've loved from afar but never really stuck with enough to see it through because whenever I play fantasy RPG games I develop serious commitment issues in regards to what class I want to play. The choice between rogue or mage, for me, sets off a harrowing identity crisis and makes me long for free-form systems like Skyrim where I can be both.

But anywho, I picked up the ultimate edition of Dragon Age: Origins yesterday and despite it aging poorly (far as I can remember it wasn't exactly the height of graphics or performance when it launched) I'm enjoying the slightly campy straight-faced nature of it as a story.

Only question will be if I can see it through to the end or if I'll lose interest and wander off to other shit.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Derek » 16 May 2017, 18:40

Severelius wrote:Got hit with the sudden urge to binge my way through the Dragon Age series. A series that I've loved from afar but never really stuck with enough to see it through because whenever I play fantasy RPG games I develop serious commitment issues in regards to what class I want to play. The choice between rogue or mage, for me, sets off a harrowing identity crisis and makes me long for free-form systems like Skyrim where I can be both.

But anywho, I picked up the ultimate edition of Dragon Age: Origins yesterday and despite it aging poorly (far as I can remember it wasn't exactly the height of graphics or performance when it launched) I'm enjoying the slightly campy straight-faced nature of it as a story.

Only question will be if I can see it through to the end or if I'll lose interest and wander off to other shit.

It's one of the most modded pc games. There are plenty of improvements you can make.
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Re: Video Games

Unread postby Tony » 17 June 2017, 09:11

This looks like alot of fun :3

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