Persona 2: Eternal Punishment, US PSX version.
It feels like a tacked on sequel but it's really solid and does the original storyline justice. Very good late 90s Japanese urban fantasy atmosphere, the music and the graphics are oozing with nostalgia. I wish the Persona series would go back to the feel of P1/P2 but it's just impossible.
Picked up FF7 for the third time, I hope to beat it this time around. Game is a blast, wish they kept the Midgar sections a bit longer though. A whole cyberpunk FF wouldn't have been bad either
What kind of emulator are you playing it on?
I want the KFConsole.
>>2888>Why would anyone buy this worthless garbage?
People that don't want to buy "gaming" pc or don't know computer stuff.
It's so much easier to plug and play than worry about scary wonders of technology. >10GB per hour
I don't know why you bring this up. Nobody with limited bandwidth is going to buy it.
At least that system heats your chicken. >>2890>don't want to buy "gaming" pc
Those people should get a switch or xbox, or even better a nvidia shield.
>I don't know why you bring this up.
Because it's a retarded amount of data to be using.
>Nobody with limited bandwidth is going to buy it.
I'm sure there are plenty of dumbass normies out there who will.
mednafen. It practically runs anything
Never used that one before. Looking through a list of the supported systems and looks like it's mostly emulates lower end systems, no psp, dreamcast and psp. That's too bad.
Well both Dreamcast and PSP have better standalone emulators dedicated to them already. Plus mednafen has the best Saturn emulation atm and their PSX emulation is good, not requiring any plugins.
I'm kind of partial to emuelec. Saturn emulation must be fun, there's a ton of obscure Japanese rpgs that came out for that system.
I have developed a love hate relationship with league of legends. I do think it is a fun game. I like it mechanically and I like the round based format of hero building. It also satisfies the competitive/ladder climbing itch.
One obvious downside is the community but I can handle that for the most part. Where it really irks me is that it is open ended. It's that type of game that you can play until you die. This makes me feel like it's a waste of time as long as there are games I am interested in that I can progress through and actually conclude. It prevents me from crossing things of lists so to speak.
I intend to leave it alongside my other activities as a constant although this bears the risk of losing skill due to lack of practice. Also I would probably have to figure out a system to moderate the amount of time spent on it to solidify its parallel status. Perhaps a set amount of games per day.
I've posted quite a lot bout league yet nobody wrote that he plays it lol >moderate the amount of time spent
I feel like only players busy with social life can pull it off.
You don't have to limit anything unless it's addiction that doesn't click with your life.
I managed to quit league for longer time like twice.
Although in the end I just switched for different game and after some time came back to league.
We probably have nothing in life to motivate us so we just spend time getting good at things that don't matter.
For me it's escape from my thoughts. You can't think when you're overloaded with things going on your screen.
The issue is that I'm doing it all the time.
I've come to realize after a period of a very long time (20+yrs of online gaming) that pretty much every online game has the same problems as LoL does. I played LoL 2 years, over 4k games played I used to do 20 matches a day.
I have been playing MHW recently and during online play, while it's not a competitive game, no rank points - I am still reminded of those past LoL-like experiences now and again where my teammates just die over and over and I cant do much to stop it (besides standing in one spot chugging potions with a wide-range skill equipped). It still gives me negative experience of having to lose and fail an objective while just being a passenger on a train.
If you are looking to quit LoL then just change your mindset about Riot games and mobas as a whole. Once you view the company and the game genre as complete trash like it is you'll eventually stop playing.Another thing is realizing you are trash at the game too and will not suddenly start ranking up and be and esports pro if you just grind it out - the sad fact is none of the esport chads had to grind out their "skill" in the game…they were just naturally better because they are genetically gifted to have better reactions and make better decisions. A bit of luck and understanding how the system worked was all that was needed for them to beat the system and play only in high ranks.
Nice, MU soon, Hopeless was announced and dingaling is teasing something. This year may be good.
Just beat Holdover. It's a hard game where you barely have enough air. You can upgrade your air meter and other stuff. You lose clothes if you get hit but no sex stuff. Really sad actually. There are two additional pictures for winning and a secret. None are too lewd sadly. The pixel titties aren't detailed enough either.
It was hard, but I'm not hard. Go for the game play if you're interested. You'll find no lewd stuff here.
Holy synchronicity, liz! I have been playing the same game on an emulator for the past few days and seeing it on herr really put a smile on my face. GT2 is also really good (progression is a bit worse though) and the Japanese version of the game has awesome music.
What's your favorite car for now? I'm really liking the Mitsubishi FTO LM and TVR Cerbera LM.
I like the Mitsubishi GTO and the Acura NSX. I liked the Mitsubishi Eclipse, the car handles well but its speed was causing me to lose races. Maybe I'll get into the second game one of these day, from my understanding it had way more laps and cars.
It has a fuckton of more races and content from what I remember, including rally races, specific races for each manufacturer and a lot more. There's so many cars in GT2 that it feels like collecting pokemons lol
I've started to play. Is there any more dialogue from immediately killing leaf or is it impossible to do so? Are candies important?
Finally did it. I killed her. Here's the message. Also candies can be farmed so no.
She's kind of unlikable but not to her own fault. The creator prevents any meaningful connection by putting her on a pedestal. I can't rape her and it was really hard to defeat her. It feels when you put a character on that pedestal you take away and connection. I can be killed and possibly raped in this game. I can't make that connection with this fairy. I don't want to know her now. I spent most of my journey alone and she's probably unneeded. I leveled up so much and explored so much that she couldn't have existed and it wouldn't have made a difference.
I'm going to find different companions that I can relate to. I don't need her and I don't want her.
I didn't read full and tried to not look on pics but shouldn't ya spoiler stuff?
I considered it. It's non-essential information that's completely voluntary. It's an Easter egg that if I had known I would not have bothered going through so much to find it out.
gaming is so boring now everything is literally the same shit pumped out every fucking year
I have a hard time believing you have enough time to go through all the games released in a year to say that.
name one game right now that you enjoy
I dislike and I am scared of games with rules, and quests. I stick to Gmod and Masked shooters 2.
I 100%'d it. It was okay. I didn't bother getting all achievements, but I upgraded all the guns at least. I remember getting burnt out of the game at the end since I did tons of side content at one time. My favorite side content was the towers. I don't remember the music too well except the main villain talking on the classical channel. That was fun. I also died once on the final mission and that ruined it. I also remember having to upgrade the alien guns for the out of simulation missions. Cool idea, but I never used those crappy guns.
Miss getting really into gmod gamemodes, communities just don't feel the same anymore.
Finally got around to getting a ps2 and setting up a hard drive with a bunch of games
I don't know if it's the just novelty of playing on a tv again, but I'm enjoying myself more than I thought I would.
I also got a Dreamcast, it's really cool how you can burn discs for it and it just works. Been playing Crazy Taxi, but I'm not really sure what else to play, I'm not very familiar with its library.
should have just done a emulator
I emulate games all the time, but I wanted to play on the original hardware for once. Maybe a waste of money but I don't regret it.
he has a point. you're creating a lot of clutter for the novelty of playing the same games that you could on a cheap Chinese handheld emulator. oh well, whatever makes you happy
Played rimworld like 40 hours in but kept starting over because i was getting rekt.
Got bored started installing lots of mods but didn't bother to actually launch the game.
Hmmm maybe some other time.
I'm used to much to a tons of actions on screen that it's kinda hard to launch something chill.
The genre is colony simulator i think.
I was playing Dwarf Fortress for a bit today, but I forgot to pause the game when I took an hour break. Well, lo and behold, everyone's gotten a bit happier since I left for two seasons. Disheartening.
>>1715>Gonna play f.e.a.r trilogy but idk if I make it because I'm pussy.
This stuff still scares me and I didn't make any progress in these years.
Launched and tried many times though.
Recently upgraded keyboard with quiet switches (boba u4) and got some gay keycaps.
I really dig cute shit like this.
But this is the first thing I have in that sort of style.
Previously I wouldn't get stuff because cringe.
Now it's fun and I will embrace it.