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58433 No. 58433 ID: 1057d5 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Recently bought this on ps4. I like it.
Tell me about it, is it op chan approved?
>> No. 58434 ID: 46b95c
Fuck yeah it is. Play Ranger Hardcore, it's the only right way to play Metro.
>> No. 58435 ID: dbae23
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I played through it and like it. The Metro games are pretty awesome anyway. Metro Redux of 2033 fixes some minor things and has fewer load screens where they combined several levels. Looks a bit better and seems to run a bit better then the original.

Don't know what the difference between Last Light original and Redux is though.

Overall some fantastic games and probably the closest we are getting to sequels to Stalker. Though anyone going into the game should be aware while there are many similarities (some of the people who worked on Stalker formed 4A games and the novels the games are based on are kinda similar to Roadside Picnic) the gameplay is pretty different, Metro being a linear shooter compared to Stalker's open world design.

Probably the only thing bad about it is it along with Stalker has inspired some chav ass motherfuckers in Russia to completely fuck up some old bunkers and underground storerooms.
>> No. 58440 ID: d4c8ee
Metro 2033 was great. I ended up playing through it several times, Redux is essentially the director's cut edition and fixes a lot of bullshit like the Amoebas.

Last Light, I dunno. I played through it once and didn't feel any inclination to go back to it. It felt kinda like a "Red Dawn 2", something that missed the point of the original property. Or like how the two sequels to "Jarhead" are direct-to-DVD action movies.
>> No. 58446 ID: 46b95c
The biggest improvement I noticed in Last Light Redux (never got around to finishing it, like you said it wasn't as good as 2033) was that they actually made Ranger mode playable. In the original release, there was no way to check your supplies at all, for some stupid reason. In Redux they add that to the journal screen, where it was in 2033.

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58410 No. 58410 ID: 30f399 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Ever play Avalon Hill's solitaire game, B-17: Queen of the Skies (1981)? An interesting game where you fly your fortress to a target and back. Drive off enemy fighters and withstand flak over the target. Mechanical systems get damaged, crew get incapacitated, ammo runs low, oil leaks, engine fires, and all manner of unfortunate things can occur (such as dropping out of formation) as your mission drags on. Get back safely and continue to hopefully complete 25 missions to get you that ticket home.

B-17: Queen of the Skies is a strategy game which re-creates the early bombing missions and aerial combat of the B-17 (F Model) bombers of the US Eighth Air Force over Europe between October 1942 and May 1943. Movement to targets is through zones. Die rolls and game tables determine appearance, type, and position of enemy fighters. Charts are used to determine if hits are made, where the damage is located, and how serious the damage is. Game tables and die rolls also determine everything from the bomber's target and formation position to weather, flak, and German fighter opposition as the B-17 makes its way over land and sea to its target.

The game has a low complexity and typically, the playing time is generally less than one hour after your first few games.

B-17 is designed to be primarily a solitaire game. The player controls a B-17F Flying Fortress bomber, trying to survive German fighter attacks and drop its load of bombs on the selected target, then return home safely. Optionally, a second player can control the German fighters (to some degree; their appearance is determined randomly, but successive attacks are under the control of the German player). If each player has their own copy of B-17, then they can fly their bomber while playing the German fighters in their partner's game.
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>> No. 58422 ID: 30f399
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Helpful play aid sheet for B-17.
>> No. 58428 ID: 9dcda2
FLAK STORM: German WWII Anti-Aircraft Defense (1080p)
>> No. 58436 ID: f04314
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Interesting instructional training video on bomber crew flying evasive maneuvers in order to avoid anti-aircraft artillery fire. I remember reading interviews with older pilots who were flying bombing missions during the '91 Gulf War who also flew 20+ years previously in the Vietnam War. They could actually maneuver their nimble F-16 Falcons away from flak artillery shells that they saw. And when other attack aircraft flew effective flak and SAM suppression ahead of the bombers, the anti-aircraft problems quickly dwindled away.

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  Sup fools. This board is half dead, I understand you guys are working men with generally pleb taste, but here's this thing. Hope you enjoy.
>> No. 58405 ID: 699348
Is that VR? That's fucking cool looking.

Man, i've been playing a lot of Insurgency and some Warthunder here and there.
Also kind of getting back into fractured space.
I bought Subnautica but haven't played it in some time.
This is all when i'm actually home, which I haven't been for most of the summer as I was in Texas for a few months.

What have all you other faggots been up to?
>> No. 58406 ID: 29ed80
The game is pretty much Insurgency in VR, played 8 vs 8. I've never toyed with VR but as I understand it, movement is handled via an analog stick on the controller. It looks fucking amazing, might buy me a VR set just for this.
>> No. 58407 ID: 2f239d
  Fuck this is good. I'm getting PTSD just watching these videos.
>> No. 58408 ID: 2f239d
  Some more gunplay. Note that the videos are most likely taken from the left eye perspective, so it looks like he's almost never aiming down the sights.

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57913 No. 57913 ID: f197c2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Anybody else playing Battleborn? Just picked it up and tried a couple story missions, it's pretty fun. Pretty good mix of Borderlands-style co-op shooter with MOBA elements.

My Steam ID is godofthunder44 if anybody else is down for some Jolly Cooperation.
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>> No. 58200 ID: ade114
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It's a good thing that Gearbox didn't stake the fate of their company on Battleborn, man wouldn't that be bad?
>> No. 58201 ID: 4c768d
lol might of bought it if I didn't hate gearbox's shitty sense of humor
>> No. 58257 ID: d4c8ee
  Was waiting for this guy to make a video.
>> No. 58378 ID: d4c8ee
A little over two and a half months after it released, Battleborn is now in the $15 tier of a Humble Bundle. Player count is currently around 500 per day.
>> No. 58379 ID: b2f730

Brutal as ever. That guy is the MDE of video game shit.

Should have way more subs.

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54286 No. 54286 ID: ef6ae2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Alright well I'm late to the party on this, but who else plays this?

I cannot for the life of me figure out how to even start. So far I've stumbled through 3 of the towns and only been able to find 2 missions, the one in Ciudad de Oro (which isn't even on the map) and the Top Secret one in the military base which is border line impossible to do ATM since I only have a shitty pistol. There doesn't seem to be any walkthroughs or beginner guides on the internet. What the dick do I do? Also I'm broke as fuck from paying bartenders for leads to people that don't even appear in town anywhere. This is using the BSM mod.
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>> No. 57666 ID: 456a85
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>try out the hard life mod
>first "real" mission
hoo boy
>> No. 58210 ID: 2ce51f
I have two questions about the Hard Life configurator: How do the "Max hunger percent" and "Max weapon wear" work exactly?
Does setting "Max hunger percent" to 0% make so that mercs don't suffer from hunger? Does setting "Max weapon wear" to 100% make so that enemies can get weapons that are falling apart?
>> No. 58302 ID: 6c205f
How am I supposed to use the sight adapters like the WR>Mini14 one? I tried dragging it over the weapon, using the toolbox while my character is holding both the weapon and the toolbox, I tried dragging and dropping a random sight on the adapter, none of that seemed to work. Pls help.
>> No. 58303 ID: 6c205f
Nevermind I'm retarded, I just realized I was trying to mount a scope meant for an M24 on a Weaver rail.
>> No. 58304 ID: 6c205f
Alright, I have another question - what are the crafting recipes? The steam forums say that there's a file with all of them in it and yet I can find it. So far I only managed to make tripwires. For example I can't figure how to install fuses on the mortar shells you can buy at the rebels' camp.

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  The nations which are still dazzled by the sensuous glitter of precious metals, and are, therefore, still fetish-worshippers of metal money, are not yet fully developed money-nations. [Note the] contrast of France and England. The extent to which the solution of theoretical riddles is the task of practice, and is effected through practice, the extent to which true practice is the condition of a real and positive theory, is shown, for example, in fetishism. The sensuous consciousness of the fetish-worshipper is different from that of the Greek, because his sensuous existence is different. The abstract enmity between sense and spirit is necessary so long as the human feeling for nature, the human sense of nature, and, therefore, also the natural sense of man, are not yet produced by man's own labour.
>> No. 58279 ID: d4c8ee

>CS:GO Lotto allows users to put down real world money for a shot at winning virtual Counter-Strike: GO skins. The skins themselves - earned by paying $2.50 for an unlock key to a random item - can be sold for huge sums, depending on their rarity. Some go for thousands of dollars.

>As you'd expect, these gambling sites work by letting players pay real-world money for a chance at a virtual item. Pay up and you can watch a spinner tick round, roulette style, until a winner is chosen. The winner receives the item but it's the gambling site that wins in the long run, as it makes money off of every pot won.


>Gambling on virtual items in Steam games such as CS:GO has been criticised in the past for allowing easy access to real-money gambling for teenagers and children - who are often also the target audience for YouTube stars which promote such sites, who in turn are often paid to do so.

>Back in April, Bloomberg ran a report on how it claimed virtual weapons were turning teenage gamers into serious gamblers, which pegged the video game betting boom at generating $2.3bn last year.

>One class action lawsuit has already been launched against Valve for facilitating gambling. At the very least, the suit says, Valve has allowed a grey market to emerge where people can easily be ripped off via bets and trades with scammers. Or, more seriously, Valve is actively encouraging this to happen and should be held responsible for children using the unregulated system.

>Despite CS:GO Lotto's ownership now being in the public domain, numerous questions still remain to be answered.
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58209 No. 58209 ID: fd7bf6 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
The sale is live. No more flash sales btw.

I've bought:
Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak
Cities: Skylines Deluxe Edition
Emerge: Cities of the Apocalypse
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>> No. 58265 ID: 576963

What difficulty?
>> No. 58273 ID: 86d09e

Hurt Me Plenty. And sure, you'll say I should have done my first playthrough on Ultra-Violence from the getgo. But Hurt Me Plenty is the standard.

It's not like game mechanics change between Hurt Me Plenty & Ultra-Violence. If you can hop around on one while barely taking a scratch, then you can do the same on the other.
All enemies did at time is chip a bit of armor away. And I nearly always saved my ubers (quad, invuln, speed, berserk) thinking a larger wave of enemies would come which would require a well timed uber to beat.
I only used the BFG on the final boss. Hell, at one point I caught myself thinking, "what's the green spinning thing on the ground that I can never pick up? Oh, right... BFG ammo".
Same thing with the chainsaw. It feels like such a cop out weapon that I never used it. I'm sure that on Ultra-Violence/Nightmare/Ultra-Nightmare it's a requirement to use.

Either way, it's a beautiful game, with some nice weapons, but overall I'm not convinced it'll live past a single playthrough for most people. The choice to focus on achievements and trials feels wrong to me. The fact secrets on the map now grant permanent upgrades in the form of argent energy is also something that doesn't sit well with me. I was fine with the old style secrets which gave you weapons slightly earlier, health/armor/ammo or a uber.
>> No. 58280 ID: 4c768d
Got it the other day and had read some reviews about it getting kind of boring until you get to the harder modes, so started on Ultra-Violence difficulty. I guess it's technically "harder" but it really seems to just be more enemies, and you have to plan/think about how to clear certain areas rather than just running through it.

And yeah agree on the secrets. I'm just getting through it the first time then will go back for secrets, but some friends I was playing with are definitely are type to get everything on the first run and probably not do another full run through
>> No. 58281 ID: 86d09e
>I'm just getting through it the first time then will go back for secrets, but some friends I was playing with are definitely are type to get everything on the first run and probably not do another full run through

Yeah, I got 90% of the secrets on first run. I also started trying to do all challenges at first, but about halfway through I stopped bothering with that since it got really boring. I think in the end I cleared about 60% of the challenges and 80% of the trials.
I do think some of the trials will be significantly harder on higher difficulty.
>> No. 58285 ID: 1cf209
Anyone see that Huniepop was 69% off?
Anyways, the game has been surprisingly fun.
I don't even like anime, so I haven't fapped to it, even after enabling the uncensored version. Trufax.

I personally am amused at listening to the various VA's fake orgasms when you bed the various girlz.

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>> No. 58261 ID: c1c101
How often do you guys run big missions together? What day of the week, usually?
>> No. 58264 ID: 576963

Friday nights and Saturday Afternoons. We disable third person view in PVP scenarios but allow it in COOP ones. Inbetween events/weekends we try to organize sessions in other games or have some good old Zargabad insurgency.

If you hate realism units you'll fit right in.

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58232 No. 58232 ID: c2499b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I anyone here plays the game and is on Twitch and streams their game play please let me know. I would love to see you play this game. Please send me an e-mail to:


I would appreciate it and thanks.
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>> No. 58239 ID: c2499b
Why don't you stream your build? Or at least post your build on YouTube? How did you get the game? Was it an download or sent to you by disk? Can the game be copied on a disk? If it can be copied to a disk can you send it to me? Can you please e-mail me and I can send you my address so you could send me a copy. I appreciate the help. Thank you
>> No. 58247 ID: dc25fb

No. Go buy it on steam when it's on sale like I did.
>> No. 58249 ID: 18b57c
op i have many a disc's. please post your address here so can send fast.
>> No. 58255 ID: c2499b
How much would it cost? If it cost $25.00 I can't afford it.
>> No. 58263 ID: 99ecaa
what are you, 11?
it's $12 on sale right now at steam.

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58251 No. 58251 ID: 86d09e hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>Working with Blind Squirrel Games, we’ve remastered BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite making them look better than ever*. BioShock: The Collection brings the three titles together for the first time, complete with all single-player DLC** and a never-before-seen video series, “Director’s Commentary: Imagining BioShock,” which includes insights from Ken Levine – over $100 of content – for only $59.99.

Meh, whatever.

>It’s a circus of values! And if you already own BioShock, BioShock 2, and/or Minerva’s Den on Steam, you will be able to upgrade to the remastered version of the respective title(s) for free after release. It’s a circus of values!


>> No. 58252 ID: b2f730

Interesting, I bought the first couple games years ago in a charity shop for like a euro a piece, never installed them but I should be able to get them on steam from the disks. At least if the codes are good, I give it a 70/30 chance in favour.

Perfect opportunity to enjoy these highly recommended games for the first time.
>> No. 58253 ID: 5ad515
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To be honest the old Bioshock games don't even look that bad on PC. I feel like this is just another one of those recent "remasters" that's only there to cash in on the lack of backwards compatibility on current gen consoles, by offering titles from less than a decade ago with nominally improved visuals and, probably the biggest actual improvement (which PC users obviously already had), 60fps/1080p. Not super hyped, though more 'shock is never a bad thing I guess, speaking of which...

The System Shock remaster/reboot, on the other hand, is looking very fuckin' neato. This is a game that really needed a remaster, considering how painfully aged the original control scheme and UI specifically both are. They've even thrown up a playable 15~ minute demo to coincide with their Kickstarter release.


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