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Talk about games or look for frens to play with in this thread!
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Dead Cells is super fun for me. Though when you play it enough and start getting to the higher difficulties you start to see some of the balance problems.

I keep playing it because I want to beat the final difficulty and real final boss.


I can't seem to find anything that interests me or that I will actually play.


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I can be your tomodachi if you want anon, I’m buying l4d2, OJ and a couple of other gemus this sale if you’d like to play together.


oh sorry I meant to reply to this >>32027 poster, but anyone can add me as a fren if they wanna play gemus!


Finally! A new Project Diva game!


When is this series coming to PC already? I thought one of the reasons it was always on playstation systems was because of the sony buttons or something but now its on switch so what's sega's excuse?


You can always join your /nen/frens for OJ during weekends!
The room name is /nen/ and the password is easy!


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I procured some money and bought Kenshi.


Kenshi is fun. It's hard to go solo so I would recommend building up a party and train while traveling all over the place until you feel ready to set up and defend a base.


How did I not know all this time that /nen/ has a lobby??


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Miriam's game is fun


It looks fun. I will pick it up later when it's on sale and most the bugs are fixed.


Yeah its a short but fun game. Nothing too extraordinary but it feels fresh when you haven't played a metroidvania game in a while.


It's a solid game, I didn't think much of it the first hours but ended up liking it. The gameplay is what gets it going.


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So there's going to be a new Kunio-kun/River City game with Kyoko and Misako as the main characters. Do you like their new look, /nen/?


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Hmm, pink hair...


cute! Since it's wayforward, they'll probably put in some kind of swimsuit ending CGs. They better not forget the bullet wound scars.


More from Wayforward


I thought Kenshi had a good premiss but it was not executed as well as it could be, it felt kind of empty and lifeless after a while.


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The lobby's open now!


Cyber girl siro is gonna voice moze in the japanese borderlands 3 dub!!!


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I taitaitaikirai gearbox's writing but I daidaidaisuki sirocutes voice, doushio do I do?


learn to like gearboxes funny jokes




then no fun for you!


EDF 5 came out on pc!


what has changed since EDF frens point one version?


Wing divers can fly much longer and more fluidly now, new weapons and vehicles, new fencer moves, and more


I already bought it!!!



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Fun in the sun


I finished the main story of NieR: Automata yesterday!
Now all that's left to do is upgrade all the weapons and take care of a few secret events to satisfy my completionist nature!
I'm glad I played through the entire series before playing this game, there are a lot of references to previous entries, although they're not really required to understand the plot.
Can't wait to play Yoko Taro's next existential nightmare!
Glory to Mankind!


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>I'm glad I played through the entire series before playing this game
DOD doesn't really change much between EN/JP versions, but did you play NieR Replicant, or Gestalt? Because if you played Gestalt, then you missed a good bunch of details and facts from the story.
Like you said, that's not really necessary for understanding N:A (or the series in general), but it adds a lot of consistency to the background in NieR.

I'm currently writing a small report with the differences between both versions if you (or anyone here) is interested.


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Are the differences that big? I read up about it after playing through Gestalt and from what I've gathered it just changes some minor details in conversations with Yona and Kaine.
I know there's a ton of additional content in light novels and mangas but I never looked into any of that since I'm only interested in what's presented in the games!

There's a translation of Grimoire Nier which explains a lot about the characters and even has weapon stories that were cut from the game and even an additional "true" ending but I didn't read that one either, here's a link if anyone's interested: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vEP2iZ52P-DWhQBQ2Is6R8Wjao99AGi0YuWShTvA-tA/edit#

I'd love to read a summary of all the differences between Gestalt and Replicant though since there's nothing like that online as far as I can tell! I kind of hope that they'll eventually release like an HD version of Replicant in the west! If I remember correctly both versions are canon but Gestalt takes places before Replicant and Gestalt ends with ending C while Replicant ends with ending D (or E, I suppose).


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>Are the differences that big? I read up about it after playing through Gestalt and from what I've gathered it just changes some minor details in conversations with Yona and Kaine.
It's not that there are huge differences which make them completely different stories/games or some such. But the background is completely different, which in turn makes the way the characters interact with each other differently too; in both subtle as well as straightforward ways; something more than changing "big brother" for "father" in the translation. In my opinion, while Gestalt isn't bad per se, it has a lot of holes that can be only filled by those details in Replicant, hence why I say "it adds a lot of consistency to the background in NieR". Also, Replicant is far more cruel, which is probably what Yokoo-san envisioned in the first place (as there are no sidestories of Gestalt Nier in the grimoire, I think they didn't deem that as important).

>There's a translation of Grimoire Nier

Ah, funny, that. I was planning in adding a translation to the Witch's Banquet at the end of this report as an omake, since they only have a summary extracted from some chinese forum. I was thinking about translating the alternative ending too, but it's far too long and I didn't feel like it was worth it.

>I'd love to read a summary of all the differences between Gestalt and Replicant though since there's nothing like that online as far as I can tell!

That's mainly the reason I'm doing one! I feel that not even the wiki does a good work at explaining any of this.
The mail I use for translations is "a2501 AT waifu DOT club", feel free to shoot me a message. If you prefer staying anonymous, then just wait until the report pops up somewhere; I'm still looking for a good place to upload it, but I'll post about it here when it's done if you want.
As of now I only have a relatively long draft that needs a lot of edits, but most of the differences are already there. It's the first time I've ever wrote anything that isn't science-oriented, so I think it may be very amateurish, at least until I clean it up a bit.

>I kind of hope that they'll eventually release like an HD version of Replicant in the west!

I really, really want this too; N:A was a blessing by itself. If Yokoo-san managed to do that, then he may be able to kick NieR back to the market. Let's just hope it happens soon!


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I've been playing Total War: Three Kingdoms lately. I'm impressed that they've retained the mechanics of hero units from the previous warhammer fantasy games while using a new setting, although it leaves me wondering if they could manage another game with those same mechanics. Personally, I would like a game on Greek mythology, where they might have the Greek gods against the Titans while Zeus just tries to build up his harem.


It kind of feels bland in Three kingdoms, all the heroes fit into a handful of classes and every hero within that class is the same. I am disappointed with the game in general, I won't get the new DlC when it comes out in a few days.


Haven't played it yet, but why does only having a few classes matter? In older total war games, you only really had 2 broad "classes" basically just whether they should be outside fighting or better to just sit in town accruing money. Later games that had skill trees still followed a similar pattern of like frontline fighter or behind the line strategist.

If each of these classes in three kingdoms has their own skill tree on top of that (a skill tree that branches out a bit), you could have a lot of variation. If this is the case, i think you're simply playing "too optimally", like you just pick the same skills over and over since it might be the optimal strategy. Maybe you can play a little suboptimally and have more variation in skills and hero builds.

Again, haven't actually played so idk what it's really like.


They feel the same, play the same and lack individuality. Older total wars never made generals the selling point and focus like this one does, the focus was on battles and factions. This game only really has one faction, possibly two if you could yellow turbans but I don't really like them, even the unique units each factions gets are just reskins of an existing unit with a few stat changes(aside from the bandit factions who actually get a unique unit).


The thing I liked about how generals acquired traits was that it was partially random and partially based on what you did with them. Like in Medieval 2 how choosing to execute prisoners or sack towns would increase dread while choosing to release prisoners and not sack towns would increase chivalry. Then there were various benefits you could only get from staying in certain settlements where you had upgrades (like high level academies, markets, etc.). A lot of mods expanded on this system and made it really fun to keep track of your various generals and agents as actual characters. Stainless Steel and Europa Barbarorum 2 come to mind especially.


don't they still do that though?
the last one i played was actually shoujo 2 total frens but they had both acquired traits and branching skill trees. don't they do that in the new ones?

the emphasis on traits diminished though because if they were still as frequent (and decisive) as older games *and* combined it with the skill tree system, you'd have jedi generals all the time, so they try to strike a balance between the two systems.


Generals in ME2 were fun. There was one guy that I wanted to deliberately kill early on and who later became my best general, because of these random traits. Amazing life, should have written it down like a chronicle. The way traits work remind me a lot of Crusader Kings 2.


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I got a bunch of Street Fighter Alpha/Street Fighter Zero games. Maybe I'm just bad because I've only played IV but these games are tough, I keep getting ripped to shreds just playing against CPUs.


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I'm trying to catch up on the fire emblem series so I can play the new switch one. I just beat fire emblem blazing blade on my emulator, and I'm about to start sacred stones. I owned the two gba and gamecube ones, but never managed to beat any of them so I'm really happy I managed to beat it. Sacred stones was always my favorite, since it let you pick your protagonist, and I can't wait to play Eirika's route!


Is there any reason to own a Wii U in 2019? I can buy one for cheap as heck but...


Most it's exclusive library got switch ports or sequels, but there's a few that didn't. It's also very easy to hack if that's your kind of thing.


I bought a used one last year because it was fairly cheap then. The Zelda game alone was worth it. But I also don't have a Switch or the original Wii.


there's a working emulator and a lot of games were ported to the switch


probably because of the poor sales, i was never a fan of that era anyway within the nintendo timeline

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