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Seriously is this just an ad for your twitter feed now?
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I think it's okay, he produced enough content on yt to earn the right to post his tweets from time to time :worship: It's not a very active thread and as long as tweets don't derail the discussion (as they did in some political threads), they should be okay imo.
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If my Thinkpad x220 allows me to play it, I want to start Hollow Knight this evening.
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Lmao people really do hate me on this site now ever since I got into politics and twitter. No worries, that will change soon.
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Just in case: I wasn't specifically referring to you when it comes to posting tweets but in general, also including me.
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Nah I understand that, but I was one of the most liked members here, and then I got sick and discovered politics and now people leave due to my vitriol and bring that vitriol back to me. It is clear that my new-ish posting habit and personality is now unwanted, and if I don't even watch films anymore... so wtf is the point of me being here?
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It's surely just a couple users? I'm glad someone keeps this thread active for one and from what I've seen you seem like a cool dude. If I don't reply it's simply because I don't know what you're referencing.

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Pretentious Hipster wrote: February 18th, 2021, 3:10 pm Nah I understand that, but I was one of the most liked members here, and then I got sick and discovered politics and now people leave due to my vitriol and bring that vitriol back to me. It is clear that my new-ish posting habit and personality is now unwanted, and if I don't even watch films anymore... so wtf is the point of me being here?
People left because of your vitriol? Not aware of that at all. You're not unwanted at all on here. You leaving would have a bad effect on the forum. You have been here for many years and are an integral part of the forum. I, for one, would be very sad if you left and I'm sure many others feel the same. We are a community on here and you are one of the main people and always have been.
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Pretentious Hipster wrote: February 18th, 2021, 3:10 pm Nah I understand that, but I was one of the most liked members here, and then I got sick and discovered politics and now people leave due to my vitriol and bring that vitriol back to me. It is clear that my new-ish posting habit and personality is now unwanted, and if I don't even watch films anymore... so wtf is the point of me being here?
I personally like reading your posts and enjoy your perspective on stuff, films included although you do not seem to watch those much anymore.

However the twitter posts drive me insane because they are just an unloadable blob on my screen every time. Just say what you intend to say directly (even copy/past would be fine), or post a real link to the original content because the embedded twitter stuff is useless and ephemeral.
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Fair enough. It just felt convenient for me to posted the embedded links since they were the same things anyways.

I should apologize. If anyone follows what happened to me the past few years it's around this time of the year when I end up in the hospital, so bear with me lol
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On a side note I just did this... did the video like 3 times, and tbh I despise all the versions of it, so I'm just posting the latest one. I might be in a bad perspective though, because see above, but it is also the first time where I try to incorporate skits and special effects.

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Looking at my stats the watching time is fantastic considering its length, but everyone left during the skits LOL I guess they were super badly done.
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This is actually strange, but I'm finding some edutainment stuff to be fun as hell. If they do a great balance of education and entertainment, and make it motivating for you to actually learn the stuff. It can be an engaging experience.

I did find a windows 3.x archive, if any of you want a link I can PM it (but it's 370 GB), and it seems like most of the stuff for windows 3.x was either edutainment/multimedia, Myst clones, and porn.
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outdoorcats wrote: February 18th, 2021, 3:54 pm@tirefeet

*chants* Holl-ow Knight! Holl-ow Knight!

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That ain't that much. Once you get towards the end and start cleaning up, you'll end up with way more Geo than you'll know what to do with. (also, that screenshot isn't mine, just pulled off the net)

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I'm so disappointed in AC Valhalla, the world is so uninteresting and the enemy AI is just beyond stupid.

A real let down as the viking world was an interesting choice and I thoroughly enjoyed Odyssey. I am now contemplating to put the controller down on Valhalla after 11 hours and re-install Odyssey or buy Origins.
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I'm going through the Zelda series again now as there is a huge motivator for me now (will post a picture in one or two weeks hopefully). I've started Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. An entry where on ranked Zelda videos it's usually either last or second last. I gotta say, I don't agree with them at all. The criticisms against it are the difficulty (I'm a bad gamer and it's honestly not that bad), and that it's not a "real Zelda game". That criticism is frankly absurd. It's the second entry in the series. The formula wasn't even established until the 3rd entry.

It has some of the most satisfying combat I've seen in a game. The precision, timing, and patience required reminds me of the Souls games, or the older entries Severance: Black of Darkness, and Moonstone: A Hard Days Knight. It provides a nice balance of exploration and linearity. The only two flaws imo are the lives system (fortunately it doesn't take long to get to areas), and that some enemies take your XP. Still, this legitimately has a chance to make my top 5 zelda games thus far.

I probably will start filming soon. The video might seriously be over 6 hours so I think it's best to film them in parts, edit them in parts, and then combine into one video.

Here is what I have left:

Currently playing:

Four Swords
Tri-Force Heroes (going to play multiplayer because singleplayer is legit worse than the CDi games)
Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link

What I have left:

Spirit Tracks
Majora's Mask (replay)
Four Swords Adventures
Breath of the Wild (replay)
Hyrule Warriors
Age of Calamity
Zelda: Wand of Gamelon
Legend of Zelda: Game and Watch
Assemble some more footage for Link's Awakening DX, but just make it to the colour dungeon

I will at least touch on the 3DS remakes of Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, and try out the Master Quest.
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Pretentious Hipster wrote: March 9th, 2021, 7:58 pm The precision, timing, and patience required reminds me of the Souls games
Now you're just trying to get me to play lol. Might work. I had always heard Zelda 2 as a love-it-or-hate-it game with a small cadre of passionate fans.

As far as games go, I've been busy. I was able to save up and get a used PS4, so I can now play a ton of games I've always wanted to play but couldn't. Either because they are PS4 exclusive, or they would never run on my potato PC (after all, a used PS4 is a tiny fraction of the cost of a gaming PC). I haven't been discussing them here because they're all pretty big AAA titles that I'm sure everyone has already talked about, but I'll just lump them all together in this post:

-Bloodborne of course was first. Artistically a staggering achievement, even most video "art" games are competing in the minor leagues compared to what Miyazaki achieved here. You can tell Miyazaki didn't just want to create a Horror Souls, he set out to make the best horror game of all time. That said, playing parts of it made me a lot saltier than I ever was with the DS games, even the Dark Souls 2 DLC. I really struggled with Father Gascoigne, and, in the DLC, Laurence and Orphan of Kos (took me over 100 attempts I think? at least the checkpoint was right outside the boss room). But I loved Lady Maria and Ludwig, two examples of really hard but really fun bosses. The playstyle is just so different, even though in so many ways it looks and feels like a Victorian, Lovecraftian Souls game. Particularly coming off a replay of DS2, where everything is pretty slow and you have to wait for each animation is finished before pressing the next button or it doesn't count, and in Bloodborne you kinda just mash the dodge button. That aspect of it I'll probably like a lot more on a replay.

-Horizon: Zero Dawn. Loved it, liked the DLC even more (which addressed some of my nitpicks of the base game really well) and excited for the sequel.

-What Remains of Edith Finch. Looking at the graphics, probably could have played this on my PC, but it was like 85% off or something, so there you go. A short, 2-hour game which is basically a visualized short story, but within that framework it was incredibly well done and creative, with each of the sections feeling unique from one another.

-The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt + DLC. This is pretty much what I've been playing exclusively for a while now, putting a ton of hours into it and enjoying every one of them. The Blood and Wine expansion was pretty much The Witcher 4. The best part of it is your choices having actual consequences that can completely alter your gameplay experience, making me feel like a co-author in the story (Telltale could learn a thing or two). The best way to play is to not even use your manual saves and commit to all of your choices, even if you see them as "mistakes," because it makes both Geralt and the overall story more interesting, IMO.

-and I'm currently playing The Last of Us, Part II and thinking it's pretty amazing so far.

Coming up next (not in any order)?

-Dark Souls 3 (putting off on purpose because when I finish it, no more Souls content :( )
-Nier: Automata
-Red Dead Redemption II (hopefully less homophobia this time?)
-Journey
-Sekiro when it next goes on sale

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outdoorcats wrote: March 10th, 2021, 7:08 am
Pretentious Hipster wrote: March 9th, 2021, 7:58 pm The precision, timing, and patience required reminds me of the Souls games
Now you're just trying to get me to play lol. Might work. I had always heard Zelda 2 as a love-it-or-hate-it game with a small cadre of passionate fans.

As far as games go, I've been busy. I was able to save up and get a used PS4, so I can now play a ton of games I've always wanted to play but couldn't. Either because they are PS4 exclusive, or they would never run on my potato PC (after all, a used PS4 is a tiny fraction of the cost of a gaming PC). I haven't been discussing them here because they're all pretty big AAA titles that I'm sure everyone has already talked about, but I'll just lump them all together in this post:

-Bloodborne of course was first. Artistically a staggering achievement, even most video "art" games are competing in the minor leagues compared to what Miyazaki achieved here. You can tell Miyazaki didn't just want to create a Horror Souls, he set out to make the best horror game of all time. That said, playing parts of it made me a lot saltier than I ever was with the DS games, even the Dark Souls 2 DLC. I really struggled with Father Gascoigne, and, in the DLC, Laurence and Orphan of Kos (took me over 100 attempts I think? at least the checkpoint was right outside the boss room). But I loved Lady Maria and Ludwig, two examples of really hard but really fun bosses. The playstyle is just so different, even though in so many ways it looks and feels like a Victorian, Lovecraftian Souls game. Particularly coming off a replay of DS2, where everything is pretty slow and you have to wait for each animation is finished before pressing the next button or it doesn't count, and in Bloodborne you kinda just mash the dodge button. That aspect of it I'll probably like a lot more on a replay.

-Horizon: Zero Dawn. Loved it, liked the DLC even more (which addressed some of my nitpicks of the base game really well) and excited for the sequel.

-What Remains of Edith Finch. Looking at the graphics, probably could have played this on my PC, but it was like 85% off or something, so there you go. A short, 2-hour game which is basically a visualized short story, but within that framework it was incredibly well done and creative, with each of the sections feeling unique from one another.

-The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt + DLC. This is pretty much what I've been playing exclusively for a while now, putting a ton of hours into it and enjoying every one of them. The Blood and Wine expansion was pretty much The Witcher 4. The best part of it is your choices having actual consequences that can completely alter your gameplay experience, making me feel like a co-author in the story (Telltale could learn a thing or two). The best way to play is to not even use your manual saves and commit to all of your choices, even if you see them as "mistakes," because it makes both Geralt and the overall story more interesting, IMO.

-and I'm currently playing The Last of Us, Part II and thinking it's pretty amazing so far.

Coming up next (not in any order)?

-Dark Souls 3 (putting off on purpose because when I finish it, no more Souls content :( )
-Nier: Automata
-Red Dead Redemption II (hopefully less homophobia this time?)
-Journey
-Sekiro when it next goes on sale
My advice is to get most stuff digitally and wait for the sales to happen. They might show up in thrift stores in maybe 3-4 years? But with digital sales becoming more commonplace that will probably be tougher to find.

For more souls-like games, I might recommend Severance: Blade of Darkness. It's abandonware now, and you need to play around with it to get it working well on your PC, but I can help with that if needed. My video of it has the most views but please don't watch it. It's a very early review and it's so bad I can't even look at it.

Zelda 2 obviously has simpler combat, but it reminds me of it almost being like a puzzle, trying to find the best way to approach an enemy. A common tactic I've used is to jump away slightly, then jump towards at the right distance, and smack the enemy's head at the right time.

It does a few cheap tricks though. The zelda sword beam doesn't work on armoured enemies for example. I am actually stunned that it is such a hated game to the point that I just think people only hate it because they hate retro games. The fact that a retro gaming forum I go on call it one of the best of the series is more proof.

Also videos are going to be delayed now because I split the camera with my mother 50/50 and the camera's shutter broke :( it's covered by warranty repair at least.

I plan on doing two long-term videos, one of them being plot-driven, it's just that the game I'm playing for it the latter one sucks now, but I am around a third done.
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Halp needed with Hollow Knight, outdoorcats and other icmers who possibly played the game

https://ibb.co/F5c4rV4

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I am stuck at this point, appreciate any tips :) Dat 2nd screenshot is bit skewed yes :turned:
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Also what do you do when you get stuck when playing, do you prefer to check out gameplay guides, watch video walkthroughs or ask for subtle hints?
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Video walkthroughs for me. Yea I'm weak like that lol
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I've been buying everything digitally as packages typically just get dumped on the street in front of my door and therefore usually stolen.

I just watched a gameplay video of Severance and it looks fun. I dunno about Soulslike, but fun.

Is the video going to be a ranking of all the Zelda games? That should get some views (and would be very iCM-like). Also, what odds would you give on Nintendo remaking Zelda 2 one day?

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tirefeet wrote: March 10th, 2021, 2:55 pm Halp needed with Hollow Knight, outdoorcats and other icmers who possibly played the game

https://ibb.co/F5c4rV4

https://ibb.co/bPFXZgB

I am stuck at this point, appreciate any tips :) Dat 2nd screenshot is bit skewed yes :turned:
You'll need a certain ability to get through those which you may or may not be able to get yet (it's something you get later in the game). I'm not sure how far you are through the game yet, so I'll put the answer under spoilers.
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To get this ability, you have to beat Hornet a second time in Kingdom's Edge. You'll get the King's Seal, which will allow you to go deeper in the Ancient Basin where you'll get this new ability.
Or, if you want, tell me what abilities you've gotten so far and I can give tips on where you might want to go explore next (though after the first two areas, there's really no set order and multiple routes/pathways to progress through the game).

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outdoorcats wrote: March 10th, 2021, 3:08 pm Is the video going to be a ranking of all the Zelda games? That should get some views (and would be very iCM-like). Also, what odds would you give on Nintendo remaking Zelda 2 one day?
Yep :) although I did an estimate and it's gonna be at least 5 hours long, if not 6 :/ but there is a video that is 4 hours already and they omitted tons of games so it doesn't seem that extreme.

I will start recording soon as my outfit is almost shipped. I figured it's a lot easier to record it and edit it in 30 parts, and then combine it all into one video, instead of doing it all at once. I will still have to buy all the physical copies too for the video, which will take maybe 3-4 more months.

My video will include all the spinoffs, so it will be 30 games to cover. My ranking already has controversial stuff so I can see some hate, but I could the reasons to back them up.

I will also try to incorporate some skits, as they are quite fun to do.

I don't see them doing that. I think it's too divisive of an entry for them to spend the resources to remake it. They would definitely remake the first one before the second, but I guess you could consider breath of the wild to be like part 1?
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Will there be a 10-12 minute abridged version for us casuals?

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outdoorcats wrote: March 10th, 2021, 3:38 pm Will there be a 10-12 minute abridged version for us casuals?
That I really dunno, even the smaller ones tend to be like 30 minutes. I will add timestamps for each ranking, and sub-time stamps for each section of each ranking (plot, pros, cons) so I assume that will help a lot. Youtube does save where you last were though so I think that can help quite a bit.

Tbh, it can still be a fast paced video. If I spend 10 minutes in each entry which isn't that much, it's still 5 hours because it's 30 games.

Splitting them up to every 5 or 10 entries seems pointless to me, because everyone is just gonna watch the top 5.

I will do a ranking of another series first probably as a sort of practice run for it.
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Thank you outdoorcats, haven't checked the spoiler yet and I'll try to provide answers about what I have and did.

This is the map so far, those black barriers are in the area called Fog Canyon which is under Greenpath and left of Queen's Station.
https://ibb.co/RzG5FhD

I couldn't explore plenty of Fungal Wastes since I couldn't jump high enough. Also some areas in Greenpath because of poisoned water: https://ibb.co/QXzJ8h6

I also explored what I was able at Crystal Peak, which got me eventually to Resting Grounds.

My inventory looks like this: https://ibb.co/zF1rLXh I'm not sure if I should be able to use some of these items since there are no keybindings to them.

And these are the charms: https://ibb.co/F55mMFk

Would be happy to answer if you have further questions :)
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Keep exploring Fungal Wastes. There's something you can get to which you definitely need ASAP (I'm actually impressed you got as far as you did without it). You want to look for a specific area of Fungal Wastes called the Mantis Village. Once you get it, it will unlock a ton more.

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I would but I cannot take off of those bouncy pink plants to jump over to some places, but I'll dig further. I also tried to take on the dreamer ghost there but he's powerful for me.
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If it's gonna come down to this, could this be it for me :D

https://ibb.co/zxvFTyc

I may not have the finger aptitude to make it through.
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You need to use your nail to strike down on the plants to bounce off them. (Striking downward is also a very useful tactic in the game)

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Alright, that did it :) Thank you very much. It didn't come to me, was it supposed to without any hint from the game itself? Pondering time :think:
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Possibly, which might be a minor flaw in the game. I remember it took me a while to realize I could bounce off the heads of enemies and bosses (and floor spikes) by striking down. I don't think it's something the game "teaches" (either through a direct tutorial or some sort of visual hint), which for nearly everything else is something the game does incredibly well.

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So after the disaster AC Valhalla is, I took up AC Origins and ooooooh my goooood, the game is amazing. Graphics, combat, stealth, story, ... it all works out so well.
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I got to the Mantis village, those claws really cover some distance :grr:
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Yup! Let me know if you want more tips, but overall just explore every nook and cranny and if something seems too hard, come back to it later.

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Pretentious Hipster wrote: March 9th, 2021, 7:58 pm I'm going through the Zelda series again now as there is a huge motivator for me now (will post a picture in one or two weeks hopefully). I've started Zelda 2: Adventure of Link. An entry where on ranked Zelda videos it's usually either last or second last. I gotta say, I don't agree with them at all. The criticisms against it are the difficulty (I'm a bad gamer and it's honestly not that bad), and that it's not a "real Zelda game". That criticism is frankly absurd. It's the second entry in the series. The formula wasn't even established until the 3rd entry.
I agree, it's a good game. It's just not as good as the 1st or 3rd Zelda game, but still better than most games.
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