Hey does anyone know of a good place to find games as in title pre-cracked, doesn't have to be the latest games just a good source for old games that I don't want to pay for. Like right now I really badly want to get Settlers: Heritage of kings
Anyone with a good site?
sorry, but you can't have any visual novel live up to every single one of your expectations.
I'm playing it in Japanese. Shit's weird man.
http://renai.us/ has some good stuff, but Sturgeon's Law applies hard.
so I bought JAST's translated Demonbane (in before me being called a sucker), and noticed the back claims it's "from the creators of Phantom and Chaos;Head" ...
Capitalization issues aside, I don't remember Chaos;HEAd being a Nitroplus production - wasn't 5pb the guilty party? Or are they part of Nitroplus?
Incidentally, I really enjoyed how the Demonbane setup program gave me no option of changing the install directory. I just love cluttering my system partition.
It was a collaboration between Nitroplus and 5pb. I'm not sure exactly what Nitroplus contributed to it, I'm pretty sure none of their in-house artists or writers were involved.
did you guys do shuffle?
Does anyone here game in Linux at all? If so, what games do you run, native or emulated (Wine/Crossover), and where do you foresee the future of gaming on Linux?
Lately, I've been using Wine to play a handful of games. Right now I'm getting Skyrim onto this machine through Crossover. I think the future of gaming on Linux is going to start looking good, with Gabe Newell talking about Linux being the future of gaming and the soon to be unveiled "Steam Box", which has been rumored to run some variant of Linux (Probably Ubuntu)
This probably has to do with Debian being one of the more pedantic "Free Software" distros out there. Try Mint.
I love roguelikes, Cataclysm DDA: is really good and DCSS is my favorite
Outside of roguelikes, I play emulated games and a remake of Command and Conquer: Red Alert called OpenRA which I have been having a blast with
I can't get my games to work most of the time. I need to find a solution to this
Getting Quake 3 to run on Linux was a pain in the ass, since the best version doesn't have an executable on any repository and has to be manually installed and linked to the appropriate libraries, but it was worth it. Quake/QW was much easier to get running. Those are about the only games I've played much recently, besides roguelikes.
I'm on BSD (close enough?) and mainly just play simple text games, roguelikes, IF, and emulate really old hardware of 8 and 16 bit era. I used to have some 90's 3D FPS stuff, but I deleted all that so I could focus entirely on older games. I also want to get some real old 80's hardware at some point, as those are the machines I grew up with.
Gaming on GNU is horrible.
>GNU is horrible.
No more heroes
I like how its a satire on "EPIC" plots in general not just games.
But I still consider Killer7 as a better game despite the change from its original script . Cant wait for
Flower, Sun and Rain in October so I can get some sort of understanding of his Kill the Past series.
I just finished Terranigma and oh boy was it fun. It's been a long time since I've played an offline game, I'm glad that I'm getting back into it. Cleared it in 18h40min at Lvl31. The thing that was kinda disappointing was that I accidentaly overleveled at some point so up until the last boss I basically one hitted every mob and killed every boss in 1 - 3 minutes tops. The last boss was kinda harsh if you don't know what to do at first and the final form battle was also really long for a change, I liked it. I can't put my feeling into words properly, if you haven't played that game you definetely should.
I beat Doom II. It kicks ass and you should go beat it too if you haven't.
I meant to start Doom II, but I decided to finish some of the other Mission Packs for Doom I before it. I got to the last level, or some kind of secret level, where you spawn with a shotgun and all the monsters are invisible. I never managed to beat it, I'd end up playing the level for half an hour after I ran out of ammo trying to beat up Barons of Hell with my fists. It was just taking so damn long.
>>speaking of Doom II I finally beat Plutonia on Ultra Violence.
Arch Viles are the worst.
Beat the Orc campaign of Warcraft II, probably not for the first time, but the first time in many years at least. Still working on the Human side.
And the Human campaign too. I guess that leaves Beyond the Dark Portal but I think I feel like a bit of a change of pace first.
I have no mouth and i must scream.
There was a thread like this in /anime/ and, although it seems to have died from lack of interest, I liked it. Let's try it here.
For instance, assuming >>0's favorite is THE GAME: What fun is a game that can't be won? Also, you just lost it.
My favorite: Metal Gear Solid 3
No protracted arguments in this thread please, just keep it going.
The "style over substance" entry in the series
LSD: Dream Emulator
Not a particularly accurate emulation of dreaming, or LSD for that matter.
Elevated nuke-happy Gandhi from an innocent bug into a moronic joke.
Crusader Kings II
japanese no'1 game FF14
I've never had any training with this gun, so that means I cannot accurately cap a guy in the head from five feet away.
Crusader Kings II
CKII is like digimon: started off as an original idea and quickly spun into a ripoff of a Japanese property.
Animal Crossing GC
Nothing ever happens. You keep trying to get money to get out of debt and keep running up more debt until you get bored and quit. Villager interaction is shallow.
Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance
And no, I don't mean the Apogee era ones.
I've been rediscovering my enjoyment of Duke Nukem 3D, and looking into the franchise some more, and it seems that in between 3D and Forever there were a bunch of spinoffs, mostly for consoles, that I hadn't been aware of for the most part.
So, are Time to Kill, Land of the Babes, Zero Hour, Manhattan Project and any other interim game I forgot any good? Most of them seem to have the fuck-ugly Playstation polygon look that turned me off to consoles (and to some degree video games in general) of that era, but being ugly doesn't necessarily mean they're not fun, or at least a source of Nuclear amusement.
Try to find Lameduke, a pre-release beta before DN3D, with completely different levels..
Discuss the various information from the Electronics Entertainment Expo in this thread.
MORE AC GAMES FROM UBISOFT
I just want Mirror's Edge, anything else is just a bonus for me. Kind of interested to see the 'raw' gameplay of Battlefront though.
And Sony need to show some of their hand when it comes to exclusives. The Order: 1886 was meh and the only good one we've had has been Bloodborne - we need to at least see what they've got coming.
The last digit of your post number is Dewie's answer to your question.
4 I don't know
5 Can you repeat the question?
6 You're not the boss of me now
7 You're not the boss of me now
8 You're not the boss of me now
9 You're not so big
0 Life is unfair
I don't think this works here.
I've been thinking about getting a new console but I'm not sure about what console to buy. The new Xbox and Playstation are out of the question, most stuff that comes out on those consoles will come out on PC sooner or later and good PC parts aren't that expensive anymore if you look closely or just wait a little.
So I've been thinking about getting one of the consoles mentioned in the title.
I'm currently leaning a lot to the Wii U since you can play Wii games and games like SSB and Mario Kart are exclusive. Vita doesn't let you play PSP games instead you have to buy them in the store. Not that I had a PSP to begin with but still. The 3DS is region locked and I already have a NDS that is NOT region locked. While the Wii U is still region locked at the moment the pressure will hopefully get to Nintendo.
What do you think? What console have YOU got?!
It somewhat depends on the type of games you're looking for.
I have a 3DS, which has great stuff like Shin Megami Tensei 4, Ace Attorney 5/Dual Destinies, Etrian Odyssey, Virtue's Last Reward (also available on Vita), as well as classic Nintendo stuff like Super Mario 3D Land and Yoshi's Island 3D. The eShop kind of sucks, especially when it comes to virtual console releases.
The Vita has great games in the PSN store, like a wide selection of some of the best PS1 and PSP games available. Some of the regular games for Vita are quite good, especially with the Grim Fandango remake coming in the near future.
There's not that much I know about the Wii U since neither I nor anyone I know has one, but I think it looks quite promising. With some of the announcements at E3 this year, I think it's gonna be pretty sick. Not to mention, the eShop on the Wii U is much better than on the 3DS, especially the Virtual Console which has GBA and SNES unlike the 3DS, so you can get Earthbound and Mega Man Battle Network!
All three systems have Netflix, so if that's the kind of thing you're looking for, you have nothing to worry about.
eventually i bought a Vita for 110 bux and installed an ARK. I'm happy with that
Invest in a N3DS.
So you can play a shitty game ported from the Wii downscaled in everyway?
The new 3DS is like a regular 3DS but on steroids. All the menus load faster. Games load faster. It even downloads faster.
I recommend everyone who still doesn't own any 3DS to get a new 3DS XL.