everennui

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  1. @qbanicbind y "special autosave" You can save at any point by going to the options menu. if people are bitching about the difficulty, you're probably doing it right. provided you can beat it yourself. edit: I now see that I'm in Doom 2016 thread. :/ Should I get this game? I've been thinking about it.
  2. I'm a killer clown from the ICP gang.
  3. I don't have the technical know-how to do it, but wouldn't it be kind of cool if the default textures were randomly picked? I don't think that it's ruined. It's one of my favorite textures.
  4. I disagree. What about the mood? I think since the SNES and probably earlier, people have thought, "how can it get any better than this." that effects your worldview, and remembering these games brings your sentiment back to an earlier time. I'm on mobile so I can't really go into it to much. When you think of a game, do you think of just the game, or do you think about everything else that was profound to you at that time? I go all the way back. Every game has a feeling around it. Looking back at older games, there's this overwhelming sense of wonderment with technology. It's so multifaceted to me.
  5. Has anyone here used a Udoo? I'm really impressed by what I've seen, but I've never used a Raspberry Pi or anything like that.

    1. Manuel-K

      At first I thought that you misspelled the drum (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Udu), but then the second sentence does not make any sense. ;-)

       

      I've got an old Raspberry Pi hooked up to the TV. I'm thinking about upgrading to the newest version.

       

      I would be interested in opinions about similar computers.

    2. everennui

      everennui

      The Udoo x86 looks really awesome. Looks like something that would compete with my old PC. I'm looking for something for my mom, for basic web browsing, Skype and solitaire.

    3. Manuel-K

      My mother uses a MSI Cubi. Obviously more expensive, but they have an SSD and are very quiet (most of the time).

  6. https://www.callofduty.com/wwii/beta

    Come get some.

    I didn't know Raven Software made this. Neato.

    1. dmg_64

      dmg_64

      Heh, they have been working on call of duties since 2010.

  7. From what I've heard, they aren't likely to make a PC port for the first game, as the code for it - by the admission of Rockstar - is pretty much held together by bubblegum, and many people were surprised that it worked at all. I can't imagine the next game not having a PC port. GTAV has been very successful for them in the PC space, and it's not likely they won't try to imitate that success with RDR2. I wouldn't be surprised if we had to wait a number of months after the console version to see it though.
  8. I know. I know. I need to activate windows. Watch it in crystal clear HD. https://www.rockstargames.com/reddeadredemption2/
  9. I'm not sure. I think my dad bought a few games for us kids. It was around the end of 1998 when my family got our first PC. The first four games that we got were. Motorcross Madness Ace Combat Microsoft Flight Simulator Quake 3 Arena The first games I got for MY first PC were Doom 3, Oblivion and Quake 4.
  10. Oops, how embarrassing. I'm curious how many people use Spacebar for jump. It seems really common, but I've never found that as intuitive as right click on the mouse. Spacebar is always "use" for me.
  11. I don't know if I've ever played a better war map than Stalingrad from Allied Assualt. Fun times. This is when I was good at FPS games. I mean, just look at it. You could do all these crazy jumps, and get places really quick. I'd love to fire that game up, and give it a go.
  12. The first "Piano Doom" video to pop up, that seems pertinent to this is for a channel with a game called, "Mosh Pit Simulator" is that you? That game trailer is hilarious. If I had a Rift/Occulous I would totally buy it. If that's not you. Oops, how embarrassing.
  13. Far from it, actually. "Amiibos, now you're fuckin' around with power." I agree with your sentiment though. Another class divide isn't what the videogame industry needs. Someone who pays full price for a game shouldn't have to feel like they're missing out on the whole game. It's basically psychological extortion - for $15.00 extra dollars you can play the, "whole" game. An extra classic Doom room with a dumbed down puzzle. Pass. Addendum: I actually changed my mind about this in the middle of thinking about it. At first it seems kind of benign, but I think it's also kind of a cash grab. I don't know. Maybe they're not so bad. I can see it from a collectors point of view. What is the extra content like when you pair these Amiibos with your Switch?