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 No.23316[Reply]

These are the only 4 games I know that have wave dashing
If you know others please add to this list
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 No.23340

>>23339
Suck it up, casual. Good games should leave scars on the player, both emotional and physical.

 No.23341

>>23334
>>23339
I'm with this anon. Abusing glitches is just cheesing the game as far as I'm concerned. It just speaks to poor game design and implementation. You can cheese non-reflex games too. It's just more obvious how stupid it is to try to cheat your way through a challenge you're only doing for the enjoyment of it.

 No.23349

>>23336
having no life issue

 No.23352

>>23334
This has to be the worst fucking take I’ve ever seen on movement in fighting games ever made

 No.23391

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Wavedash crew coming through



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 No.20397[Reply]

Post about Civ

Favorite Civs, Leaders, ongoing games, etc.
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 No.23240

my o
>>23239 Ffer still st
Ands

 No.23260

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Let me introduce you to the GILGACHAD.

 No.23267

>>23260
i love gilgabro near me in my games. he will always accept a treaty of friendship on the turn you meet him.

 No.23270

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set out to create as many national parks as I could for a fun cultural victory, got this yuuuuge l o n g park that was super satisfying. ive got a lot of mods on which is how im working mountain tiles

 No.23307

Gotta love how they make state economies the best economy but then make it out to be evil in the civilopedia descriptions. Very based



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 No.23268[Reply]

Playing this game rn.

When I downloaded it I didn't think I would send operatives do coups in the third world with the help of the IMF and the CIA but you know if it works..

It's complex, rough around the edges, full of noob traps so not for everyone but I personally love it.
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 No.23294

>>23290

runs pretty seamlessly in wine

 No.23295

>>23289

isn't that just a warning about every single 4X map painting game? the point isn't to have "fun" it's to scratch an obsessive itch or satisfy your autism or to role play

 No.23296

>>23295
Actually this game has some depth and progression of gameplay compared to the average 4x. You first gain power for your faction on earth trough geopolitics, then you colonize space to get some resources, then you take the fight to the aliens. Meanwhile you race against others factions, everyone is pillaging the economies of the world for their agenda, the alien threat is growing exponentially and basically everything is going to shit because stuff like climate change and nuclear winters are in the game.
The issue is that the part where you send councilors to do stuff every two weeks is repetitive. The game is rough but it's still in early access and it has the potential to be really great.

 No.23297

>>23295
It's way easier to fast forward through stuff in other 4Xs and skip to the war

 No.23305

>>23283
This is why the Kazakhstan protest were ignored, the real masters of Evrasia



 No.22782[Reply]

What are your favorite games for old consoles? The older the better, but if you are young as fuck I understand even PS3 might be retro for you.
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 No.23273

>>23272
nah, i don't like how prnt screen puts numbers instead of dates on filenames

is there a way to customize the prntscreen phots?

 No.23274

16 BIT CHE GUVERA

am i fighting against the cubans or the batistas

 No.23275

>>23273
I just printsceen and the paste it into paint and crop from there.

 No.23277

love the music, hate the game
every sports game in the retro era was ass, and honestly even in this era i assume

 No.23278

>>23275
i have decided to use win+alt+prntscrn, using the xbox game capture

it gets hdr, kind of as well



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 No.23258[Reply]


What are some gaming franchises, or just games where there's a best way to play because of reasons like better controls, bugs fixed, bonus content?

Let's get a thread going
There's so many ports nowadays, especially of Mario, Idk which one to pick

 No.23259

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I feel that RTS games are very comfortable to play now because the bigger monitor resolutions allow the player navigate the battlefield better than with resolutions of the past like 800x600. This is especially noticeable in games that often have you control more than 100 units at once, like Red Alert 2 or Supreme Commander.

Also, the sheer amount of support and fan-made content made for certain classic old games makes them have more longevity than any AAA titles that are produces these days. I would note Doom, Neverwinter Nights II, Age of Empires II and Warcraft III as some of the prime examples of old games being not only kept alive by their fanbases but also revived the interest of their original developers to continue their support, although in WCIII's case I would not say that it was positive thing, considering how ActiBlizz practically butchered it with Reforged.

 No.23266

>>23258
I feel like small puzzle games play better on mobile than on PC or console. They are the modern equivalent of doing a casual crossword. Games like Monument Valley or Badland.



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 No.23168[Reply]

One of the most famous and iconic series and characters ever.
But where do they even go with it from here? And what are they thinking with the movie?
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 No.23256

>>23247
no i got it from twitter
i'm an A.I for leftypol.org that gets it's data from

the last part is fake

>>23249
do you want to watch it together?

 No.23262

>>23249 u'r not allowed to enjoy things and be happy on my watch
>>23256 ve
ry cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 No.23263


 No.23264

>>23244
Honestly, I’m going to watch a camrip of it.
Not because I expect to be good but more because I expect it to be bad and I can laugh about it with my equally cynical compadres.

 No.23265

>>23264
It will probably have some meme potential.



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 No.13127[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

of course most /pol/tards side with caser's legion but looking at it almost every single faction is awful one way or the other, The NCR is literally a reboot of America that is in the middle of a manifest destiny, House is a egotistical maniac and probably appeals to Musk bros and Yes man is just a libertarian wet dream
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 No.23219

>>22594
>>22607
I have a feeling early on during development the writers wanted the Institute to be more explicitly xenophobic towards people on the surface and wanted to restore a "pure" humanity via the synths. Then they realized this made them resemble the Enclave too much and scrapped that characterization and just left a huge blank with no explanation for why they do the shit they do.

 No.23221

>>23219
That would make sense.

 No.23228

I wuld say Yesman

 No.23234

>>23221
That would also explain a shitload of random plot holes since it’s clear the writers didn’t want a repeat of the enclave and the autistic supporters it had but ran out of time to come up with a different faction

 No.23238

>>23219
So many games fucked over by time constraints, it ain't right…



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 No.22933[Reply]

How long has this been going on?
Which were the first ones

Has every console had a nudie game, I need to know literally everything about this
This is important

Let's talk
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 No.23110

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Posting the legend, the classic.

 No.23143

>>23110
>the game
>the artwork

they're lucky kids couldn't sue
now we have just ass, bring artworks back

 No.23148

>>23110
That game was a brilliant piece of marketing. Make the most dogshit no-effort game imaginable even by 1982 standards and sell it on the controversy value because it's about Custer raping an Native American lady. It wasn't even good porn.

 No.23150

Japan had way more adult games than anywhere else. Most PC-98 games have nudes and way higher quality pixel art than western stuff.

 No.23205

>>23150
can you post some?

>>23148
rest in piss that game



 No.22977[Reply]

I agree with the idea of this video that Mario is surrealist,

Like nothing in it sounds like common sense, Why tf is a plumber fighting a mutated turtle dino, for a princess?
Everything about it is like a weird dream

But it has become comforting, and "nostalgia" for lots of people,
Does that mean surrealism is relative?
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 No.23082

>>23069 mario's ochinchin 😳

 No.23144

>>23069
i hate cartoon penises, it weirds me out

>>23071
what is yoshi?

 No.23145

>>23068
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

who is the first guy

>>23073
i genuinely hate every water and air level,
it is un enjoyable, the later 2Ds era is where I think mario became perfect

 No.23151

>>23145
Mussolini

 No.23204

>>23151
>pretend to be a socialist
>still look decent

>drop the act and go full fash

>ugly

THE COMMMMMUNIST SPIRIT IS REAAAAAAAAAAL



 No.23138[Reply]

Because most are unrealistic

Long explanation. Most aim trainers don’t train people to aim in a way that’s conventional in games. Most aim trainers use osu like mechanics were players are expected to shot flashing dots on screen quickly. This isn’t how people actually shoot in games unless your using weapons that one shot with but require such precision like csgos deagles.

This isn’t all bad some trainers acknowledge this by making targets strafe in random directions while grounded and preferably at a distance from players as it’s not uncommon for most gamers to just instantly react to someone’s presence no matter how far away if they can.

I think this approach to aim training is far better and so should tips on how to aim with a mouse of any kind. With tips things like arm aiming for better handling, learning how to flick your wrist for instant reactions, managing inputs on your keyboard as to not twist up your other arm that’s dedicated to aiming and shooting aim trainers can be far more helpful to players overall
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 No.23147

>>23140
My best suggestions would be the ones games already have
Csgo and apex’s firing range as a starter

 No.23187

Part of its also the fact most aim trainers also don’t take into account how people prepare before engaging in a firefight

Like being able to know your opponents position when they’re taking cover or running behind a wall you can shoot through. Or being able to react fast enough and analyze wether or not your shooting a team mate or an enemy or simply being able to know when it’s safe to shoot early

Those kind of aspects of aiming in shooters rarely gets any attention unless your using something open source like aimlab

 No.23196

i think i use aimlab or whatever lets the community build their own exercises and make a custom playlist.

>>23187
honestly this. flick aiming has saved my life in bad situations but positioning and prediction and such is how you get majority of kills

 No.23197

Never understood the point of these. If you want to get better at aiming then just play the game.

 No.23200

>>23197
It’s not that simple
There’s elements to gaming you can’t learn entirely through experience



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