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  SNOWPIERCER is a sequel to WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
Posted by: NZs no.3 - 10-01-2019, 02:12 PM - Forum: Music, Movies, and TV Shows - Replies (1)

hahahah this was a good watch. Totally for you Taco:

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  Katamari is hella decent
Posted by: NZs no.3 - 08-01-2019, 07:19 AM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - No Replies

So here's a game series I have long heard of, but never thought I would be into:

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Its a long standing series that started on PS2, but man its fun.

I only picked it up because ive been nabbing cheap Vita games before they become ultra expensive (the deader the console, the more they are usually worth). And this was a launch title exclusive.

Really decent game. The goal is to roll shit up in a ball to get it as big as you can, or as the level demands. So sorta like rolling a big snow ball. But you roll everything from household items, to later levels where you are rolling up cites. My fav level was starting in a park being not much smaller than a person, and ending with rolling across mountains haha. Really awesome level design, which is where i think the game most shines.

Very short tho, over and out in 5 ish hours. But the idea is in the replayability and beating your old score on levels plus collecting all the bonus stuff.

Switch just got a shiny new port of the first game, now called Katamari Damacy: Reroll. Thinking of picking it up, but it seems to be no longer than what I just played and they want 30$. Also the original game had bad tank controls. There is a free demo and you are stuck with these controls. So bad. I hear there is a 'simple' control set that makes it more modern (hopefully twin stick like the Vita version) but I cannot confirm this in my googling.

Either way, go by an expensive dead Vita and then a copy of this game (currently 7$ on sale digital) or buy the Switch version and pray the simple controls float your boat.

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  Season 3 of A Series of Unfortunate Events
Posted by: crispier taco - 06-01-2019, 05:38 PM - Forum: Music, Movies, and TV Shows - Replies (2)

Lemony Snicket Wrote:Like handshakes, house pets, and raw carrots, many things are preferable when not slippery, and the least preferable slippery thing is a slope, which is why I implore you to look away.

Just started watching episode one now, pretty excited

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  Oxygen. Not. Included!
Posted by: Jargonion - 06-01-2019, 02:50 PM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - Replies (6)

Hello,

I bought this game because I read one steam review. It said that there are lots of intermingling systems which play off of each other. In addition, it was made by Klei, who made Don't Starve. I never really got into Don't Starve, but I saw the level of quality with which it was made, and decided to give Oxygen Not Included a shot. The game is still in pretty early access, but jeez or mighty I think it's pretty neat.

The game plays as a mix of don't starve and Rimworld. You need to juggle myriad resources, needs, and threats, all of which come with an awesome amount of detail.

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This is how it looks when you go to start a new game- variables for stress, mood, hunger, and immunity. Hygiene plays a strong role in this game!

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When you start, just like Rimworld, you get to pick three different starting characters. Each have their own strengths and weaknesses. You also start with a machine that creates new characters on a regular basis, but it wont print them until you decide you want a new character.

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This is the team I decided to start with.

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Here is where I started. Before playing this run, I did mess around with the game for roughly an (drunken) hour, to figure out basic needs and controls.

Every little pocket is filled with a gas (or not, in the case of vacuums). In addition, your characters need clean air to breath, and excrete carbon dioxide. This starting pocket was a little too small and scary for me, so I immediately tried to open it up to bit to get some extra air in while I thought of how I was going to deal with this poor starting placement,

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Just like Rimworld, you have a lot of tasks to do. Digging, crafting, medicine, researching, survival tasks, cleaning, hauling, the list goes on (only a little bit longer). I map out access to the water chamber below us, and then set a few basic tasks to be more important than the others.

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I decide to also mine to the right in order to open up a little oxygen pocket. This might have been a poor decision, but I'm not well versed enough in game mechanics yet to know.

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At this point, I haven't quite figured out the best way to set up a pump for this water, but I start making a little area to set up a water collection point. This water is clean, so I'll want to find a way to keep it from being polluted later on. I have also mined out an area to the left of my starting position to be used as a barracks.

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Some time has passed, and I have a look at my oxygen overlay. Red pockets are bad - the red in my base is carbon dioxide. Because it's heavier than air, it is settling down near my water pump. This is not good at all. I have since researched ventilation, and absolutely fucked everything up while in the process of trying to figure out if I can pipe the bad gas elsewhere. I'll post that stuff up once I feel like it.

Neat game!

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  Happy new year!!!1!
Posted by: NZs no.3 - 01-01-2019, 12:22 AM - Forum: Everything Else - Replies (1)

Happy new year! Let us say thanks to those who make the forum great.


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  Tabletop Simulator
Posted by: Jargonion - 29-11-2018, 12:15 PM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - Replies (2)

Hi guys,

If you like to play games, you should get tabletop simulator. It's really neat.

You can download mods that give you virtually any tabletop game, from monopoly, to the game of life, to D&D, to munchkin, to the old pokemon board game, to mahjong, to anything you want.

It's physics based with hotkeys for things like flipping cards. There are tokens, and pens, and anything else you would need.

We can literally play anything we want together in our own server with voice chat.

Just buy it!

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  J'argon'ion Plays: Morrowind
Posted by: Jargonion - 22-11-2018, 10:29 AM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - Replies (22)

Hello,

One of us is a pleb who never got into Morrowind. I will play the game, and break it down into English so that they can feel satisfied that they experienced the game without having to play it.

Right off the bat, let me ruin this. I will be using two mods. Usually, I don't like mods and prefer vanilla over everything else, but Morrowind is vastly helped by these two.

The first mod is a multiple mark and recall mod. Mark is a spell that marks a location for teleportation. Recall sends you back to the location that you marked. In Morrowind, you only have one mark location. This is handy, but since the game has no real fast travel and plays  slowly, it's kind of annoying. There was a mod ages ago that let you set...6(?) marks. I can't find this mod any more, but there's a new one that gives you up to 12 based off of your mysticism skill, which seems lore appropriate.

The cedon mod is one for a merchant. There are two 'fences' in the game, and both have more gold than any other merchant. 

They still don't have enough.

Years ago, when I looked for a mod to increase Creeper's merchant gold, I only found one that gave him 50k. That's chump change. For the past decade, I've always resorted to making my own mod to change this. Now, I don't have a CD reader any more, so I can't install the construction kit from disk, but I did find a mod that restored the files for the Steam version.

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First mistake was installing it in the wrong folder.

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Ah, here he is.

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Used to be that you'd sell Creeper a bunch of valuable items, then come back later with a super valuable item. You'd sell him the super valuable items in exchange for his gold and any valuable items you sold him in the past, then rest to reset his gold. You'd then sell back all the valuable items one by one, resting in between sales. This cuts out all that tedious wait time.




For this run, I will play as a dark elf (lore reasons). Beyond that, anything goes. 

The story is that hundred of years ago, the dwarfs found the heart of a God in a mountain. The Nerevar (some war guy) went and cleared them out with his friends (the tribunal) and an army. The Nerevar and the Tribunal found the heart, and the Nerevar decided to destroy it. The tribunal, and the Nerevar's friend thought "fuck that" and killed him, and became Gods themselves.

The tribunal fucked off, and did their own God things.  Vivec hung out at Morrowind, suspending a meteor over the temple city built around him (after he died, the meteor hit the city and wiped out Morrowind (this is in Skyrim)), Sotha Sil went mad and built a sprawling clockwork city, and Alamexia (Neravar's wife?) had a temple built around her on the mainland.

The tribunal had to go back to the heart every now and then to renew their powers. The friend, Dagoth Ur, however, had been plotting. He harnessed the power of the heart and decided to create a plague across Morrowind, and rule it as its God, pushing out all the foreigners.

You play as the possible reincarnation of the Nerevar. Nobody knows if you are the Nerevar(ine) or not, but you're their only hope. You fuck around for ages, and eventually follow the prophecy to see whether or not you are the Nerevarine. You meet the spirits of the failed Nerevarines along the way.

The game is over once I kill Dagoth Ur, and the Tribunal. Fuck those guys.

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  Red Dead Redemption 2
Posted by: Jargonion - 27-10-2018, 03:25 PM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - Replies (41)

This game sucks.

The game insta killed me when I tried to hunt the bear at the start. It also controls as poorly as Max Payne 3.

Not impressed so far.

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  Forum Game: Rimworld- Ancestral Ruins
Posted by: Jargonion - 23-09-2018, 07:26 PM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - Replies (8)

Hi guys,

I thought I'd pitch this to Taco over steam, but I might as well do it here.

What's the coolest thing about Minecraft? If you answered with anything other than some variation of "exploring someone else's server that's been running for ages and finding lots of ruins and hidden things", then you can stop having your government subsidised retard wrangler read this to you here.

There used to be a minecraft thing where you'd make a single-player game, play for a while, then pass the save file off to someone else. Over a few cycles of this, you'd get this cool world full of awesome shit. That was something Minecraft tried to do by default, but didn't quite get right. Rimworld has a similar attempt at generating ruins, but they're just shit-boring rectangles of stone and floor.

So, what if one of us started a save file. Everything randomised. Once a disaster occurs, and the colony falls into death and ruin, we pass it off to the next guy. Using the dev mode, we can instantly spawn in a random wandering pawn (or three), and start over. This time, though, there's already a bit of infrastructure lingering from a colony long since gone. Eventually, (or more likely, after the only other participant's turn), after enough time, the save will come back to you, and you can see the result of many colonies building on top of each other.

I don't see why we couldn't eventually beat the game in this mode.

Anyone want in?

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Lightbulb There's a live action bleach film on netflix
Posted by: crispier taco - 16-09-2018, 11:20 AM - Forum: Music, Movies, and TV Shows - Replies (9)

Get excited

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Music Album out this month
Posted by: crispier taco - 08-09-2018, 09:42 AM - Forum: Music, Movies, and TV Shows - Replies (2)

Dir en Grey's 10th album: The Insulated World


Get excited

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Brick Rimworld
Posted by: crispier taco - 04-09-2018, 05:15 PM - Forum: Video Game Discussion - Replies (19)

Hey check out my Rimworld base:

I saw Jargonion do something similar to this the other day so I went ahead and stole his idea.

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I've walled off an area so I could farm it relatively safely, and tunneled into a cave.

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I was doing great with 4 people for quite a while, but hubris got the better of me so now they're eating faster than I'm producing. Hoping the season will grow me enough food to tide me through but who knows.

Apart from that, collecting wood is a bit of an issue, studying tree growing to keep trees nearby.

You may have noticed I blocked off my wood-fired generator from easy access my wood store with a battery. I just noticed now haha

I have a pet rat. I don't know if it has any value.

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