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 No.3422[Reply]

Just whatever you think looked cool, either on straightforward artistic merits, or representing the game's content, or whatever. No accounting for taste.

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 No.4723

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Roger Dean had a pretty good run at Psygnosis.

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 No.4724

File: d0cadadbd659609⋯.jpg (114 KB, 736x812, 184:203, captain fizz.jpg)

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 No.4725

File: 8ef4169e21d8955⋯.jpg (128.7 KB, 995x575, 199:115, awesome.jpg)

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 No.4726

File: 28b3736b69f2688⋯.jpg (206.73 KB, 707x911, 707:911, ishar1.jpg)

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 No.4728

File: 482bb35e7e0e0e2⋯.jpg (346.91 KB, 800x1010, 80:101, unreal1990.jpg)

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File: 1461374819927.png (1.56 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, saturn boot cartridge.png)

 No.4559[Reply]

Holy shit, has anyone here seen this?!

20 years later someone finally broke the copy protection.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hS8NlfBjWI

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 No.4560

>>4559

That's actually cool, I'm still swap-tricking mine to this day although I have the 4meg action replay cart.

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 No.4586

I've tried it. Uninstalled it later since I you lose the action replay's functions and I have a mod chip anyway.

>actually having a working cartridge slot

modchips are better anyway.

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 No.4603

>>4586

I hear the cartridge slot dies easily on non-sega made carts, if you just leave it in there it'll be fine.

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 No.4702

>>4603

Official memcards can kill it just as fast. It's very cheaply made.

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 No.4682[Reply]

Freakin' Funky Fuzzballs is a DOS action/puzzle game in which you search for keys to progress while evading a monster following you around. The soundtrack is pretty catchy for its time, too.

It's damn near impossible to find online though. Every copy seems to have the anti-piracy system bypassed, but not solved, so it's impossible to play more than 3 or 4 levels before it force-quits, so I went and found a physical copy and uploaded it. As far as I can tell, this version doesn't have any copy protection at all, but I haven't played all the way through to find out for sure.

https://a.pomf.cat/dldyiu.ZIP

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 No.4696

Good shit thank you, made it to stage 4 so far and good going to hit you back tommorow with full confrimations.

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 No.4574[Reply]

I found these in the street.The guy wanted $5 for each but I gave him $5 for both.

They work damn well except for the analog sticks. One has a stuck left analog and the other has a dead right analog and a random left analog.

So I need to replace at least three of them.

Is that even posible? Are the parte being sold anywhere?

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 No.4595

Maybe in the future 3D printing will be able to re-create parts for us.

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 No.4619

I took this cheap ass original Xbakws contrailer apart once beacuase the right analog stick was funky and just carefully superglued the metal pointy thing onto the rubbery stick inside and that worked great.

TL;DR; take it apart, work your brain, fix it.

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 No.4622

>>4619

That sounds fine, but not really my style.

I'll do it if there are no parts being sold.

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 No.4642

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 No.4143[Reply]

I don't see too many arcade posts, so I thought I'd start a thread honoring our favorite arcade games. What are some of your favorites and why?

Here are a few that I still play on MAME from time to time:

1. Crystal Castles - I was fascinated by games that looked 3d and I also enjoyed using trackballs. Marble Madness was another good one of this kind.

2. Gauntlet - Being able to play with three other people was novel at the time. I was so obsessed with this game that I got left behind during day camp at a pizza parlor and I had to call the head counselor to get me. The manager gave me free tokens while I waited so it was a win-win. The Elf and the Valkyrie were my favorites.

3. Street Fighter 2 - It wasn't easy to get in a game because it was so popular, but I played it anywhere I found it. Circus Circus in Vegas had the Turbo version that was my favorite. I played Blanka and Ken the most.

4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - It was a really great 4-player beat-'em-up. Since I was a dumb kid I asked for the NES version thinking that it would be like the arcade, but I was sorely disappointed.

5. Ghosts n' Goblins - This was the first horror-themed game I ever played and it was hard as hell. I loved the NES version, too, though the sprites would flicker in certain areas.

6. Joust - This game seems ageless because it's just as fun now as it was when I first played it. The NES version was a pretty good port and I have a somewhat rare Atari Lynx cartridge of it too. It was my first experience with a physics-based game.

7. Space Invaders - This is the oldest game that I enjoy. I loved it so much that I created a paper collage in high school art class that recreated the game screen with color gradients.

8. Arkanoid - You could find a lot of cocktail cabinet versions of this game. It's my favorite Breakout-type game, though I wasn't able to beat it until I bought the NES vePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.4304

>>4144

I think I rented T2 for the NES and it was pretty good. This was the one that Ocean released, correct?

I liked the Midway arcade version also and I think they ported a version for the SNES too.

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 No.4321

>>4218

lol when they first came out I went through three of them within two years. Only console I ever bought a Best Buy warranty for, I still have my fourth one around I bought sometime in 2004ish. It barely works.

Lots of games I like, but what a piece of garbage.

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 No.4325

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>>4219

>>4321

See, I was a Dreamcastfag and didn't pick one up until years later. Loadsagaems and bypassed the bricked earlier consoles - that worked out much better than expected! SEGA collapsing face-first in a puddle of its own sick was a minor trade-off at that point.

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 No.4475

Tron: As a young kid, I couldn't resist the blue-light joystick. It was badass.

Final Fight: Nobody else at the time (it seems) knew you could pile drive people with Haggar.

Karate Champ: I wasn't sitting in the corner stacking buckets repeating "California" to myself but I remember being less than 8 years old and knowing how the control scheme worked.

Crime Fighters, Double Dragon II, Operation Wolf, P.O.W.: While my mother shopped for groceries, I had to make 2 quarters go a long way. I was pretty good at Crime Fighters and P.O.W, though.

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 No.4635

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Galaxian, in part because it was the one I was addicted to back in the old days when my uncle had a bar with some early arcade games.

Also love me some Defender, Arkanoid, Pengo, Marble Madness, Gauntlet, and Ghouls 'n Ghosts.

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 No.4613[Reply]

Discuss retro fighting games from Street Fighter II to Marvel vs. Capcom 2. I also have a mains chart if any of you have any mains in fighting games.

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 No.4630

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>>4613

This is a more fitting mains template for the /vr/ board.

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 No.1609[Reply]

Castlevania threads are always great, whether they're about the classic ones, the explorey ones, or the preference for either - but not when they're not about CHARLOTTE!JONATHON! and God of Transylvania.

What are /vr/'s favourites?

I love everything about Rondo of Blood - the dual-character system (even if Best Imouto is easymodo), the general progression, and the slickest soundtrack in the entire series.

I still enjoy Bloodlines a hell of a lot, though.
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 No.4562

>>4519

LOL, Australia-kun is that you? Or just somebody else imitating him?

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 No.4566

At times I feel like I'm one of the few people who only likes the original games (except for Simon's Quest, that game sucked), I wasn't into the SNES ones as much.

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 No.4577

>>4566

>At times I feel like I'm one of the few people who only likes the original games (except for Simon's Quest, that game sucked), I wasn't into the SNES ones as much.

That's weird, because this sounds like copypasta of an exact opinion I come across a lot, including my own and some in this thread. Can't get enough of my dedicated jump arcs and upwards staircases with medusa heads.

But in case you're suffering withdrawal, you should remember to play Bionic Commando as well.

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 No.4578

>>3599

>SOTN-style Castlevanias instead of classicvanias.

>aka Metroidvanias

>aka igavania

That's some unavoidable doom that was headed your way from the get-go.

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 No.4598

>>1775

>shit-talking symphony

my favorite memory of 4 is my roommate guffawing when i'd kill an enemy by limply flailing the whip around

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 No.3073[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

ITT: Things that have aged badly

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 No.4587

>>4575

>If you have any kind of money to buy games, you can afford several consoles. That's not an issue. You're probably talking about casuals who never understood anything about games, could only afford one console and no games, and pirated a shitton of them and spent all their time trying them out instead of actually immersing themselves, dropping anything that didn't hit their skinner box soft spot immediately and hard. That's the core PS audience who would call it "obvious" that PS is the best way to go. Anybody who isn't a casual can tell you that even on PS, they needed to find their personal niche among everything the platform offered, and persevered in finding it.

You're an absolute retard. Even in the actual quote you used, I said "if you were a kid." You think kids can just go out and afford these types of things? Until you're a grown ass adult with a stable enough job that you can pay rent comfortably and shit, video game consoles are a luxury, and more than one even more of a luxury.

So for people on this board younger than their mid-30s at least, yes, it was frequently a concern.

>But if you can afford one you can afford many!

Are you retarded? Do you have no sense of money? Do you not realize that two is twice as much as one? You could buy like ten games for the price of a console, if you weren't buying them new, and even if you were you could buy several games for the price of a console. And once again, you know full well if you're a kid and you ask for a second console when you already have one, you'll get the response from your parents "But you already have one, why do you need another?" It's a completely different thing from buying new games. Especially when they go to the store and see many of the same games are on both consoles. (And those games are almost always vastly improved on PS1 compared to the N64 versions, by the way, though most kids wouldn't have both consoles to compare, so they would never know that, which is probably one reason you keep defending the inferior system).

Kids also don't typically know how to pirate, especially in the fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.4591

>>4587

>Kids also don't typically know how to pirate, especially in the fucking '90s.

If you had been older than infant in 1998 you'd know it was only easier than today. Because people actually existed who would sell you those pirate copies for cheap. That's what real piracy used to be, and even the legislation is written on that premise. If that doesn't count for you then congratulations, you're not the people I'm talking but just a person who misses the point thinking it's always all about you. I guess you were too much of a rich kid to know any russian immigrants.

>technically inferior games

Yeah, nintendo never supported AutoCAD either, the most technically impressive video game of all time.

If you're talking about fucking Tomba here then try to keep to your own damn argument. But if somebody wanted Bomberman 64 and Goldeneye then guess what, they still wasted their money on the Tomba machine. Chads are the people who did that only because their dad figured he should definitely have Colin Macrae on it as well, and that's probably why they grew up as chads anyway. If they hadn't, they might have not bullied you into becoming the wiener you are now.

But at least they didn't waste that time on an inferior system either, amirite? And I'm hoping here, that you didn't become this anal without some severe social damage affecting you, otherwise you're just too sad to exist.

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 No.4592

>>4587

>Those are personal things and cancel out.

This is so retarded it deserves its own response. No they fucking don't. Somebody else having better theoretical chance of liking your console that you only tolerate because it's all you have doesn't cancel out shit. I told you this is a statistical error, and you stared truth in the face and remained willingly ignorant. That's objective.

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 No.4593

>>4591

>If you had been older than infant in 1998 you'd know it was only easier than today. Because people actually existed who would sell you those pirate copies for cheap.

I already addressed this. Thanks for not reading. It was relatively uncommon unless you knew the right people, and even if you did, you'd have to convince your parents to let some shady chinese man at the flea market fiddle with your system while promising "no breakee" before you could actually play those games. To say this is easier than today, when anyone can download shit, is absurd.

The PS was relatively easy to pirate for, but that doesn't mean it was particularly popular with the audience we're talking about. Because that audience would be too young for that. You're making the classic autist mistake of thinking everyone is as autistic as you. You're even doing this throughout time, and acting as if kids 20 years ago were as autistic as you are now.

>If you're talking about fucking Tomba here then try to keep to your own damn argument.

Do you have no reading comprehension. The point I'm making by listing games is that your whole argument just boils down to "well my favorite games are on N64, so there!" That's subjective. You're just being too butthurt to acknowledge that some people don't have the same favorites as you. And I'm not using that argument to say "no, you're wrong, the best games are elsewhere!" I'm using that to just point out that you could actually try to argue more objectively, instead of being a butthurt babby.

>>4592

>Somebody else having better theoretical chance of liking your console that you only tolerate because it's all you have doesn't cancel out shit. I told you this is a statistical error, and you stared truth in the face and remained willingly ignorant. That's objective.

You realize this argument applies better to yourself than it does to me, right? The only problem is that your console, that you only tolerate becausPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.7832

That was a bad theme for a thread.

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 No.1592[Reply]

So I'm playing pic related for the first time (on an emulator) and I was wondering if there are any technical issues I may need to fix before hand.
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 No.2246

>>2225

Teach me, how can I, too, manage to seem as autistic as you in one single post?

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 No.2265

>>2238

N64 emulation in general is probably the worst emulation scene of all of them.

>>1592

Depends on what you're using to play it. There are lots of graphics quirks and some slowdowns on Project 64, for example. You should be able to complete it.

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 No.2276

Whatever happened to that guy that asked for donations to code the supposed ultimate n64 emulator plugin?

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 No.2327

>>2227

>Mednafen

Ahh, the retoarch core uses the PSX Mednafen emulator. Mednafen isn't really standalone though.

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 No.4589

>>2225

Ceci n'est pas un shitpost

it's a bunch of pixels on your monitor resembling text that was created as a shitpost

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 No.690[Reply]

How long will it be before some indie developer takes the NES version of Unchained Melody and turns it into a feelsy 2deep4u game?

Sounds better if it's slowed down a little. Here's the ROM download.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSDUfft-qfY
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w65XjxRW-OA

>mfw I wouldn't mind it at all.
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 No.4289

>>932

yes, why not, i always thought The Dims and Barfville were utter crap, but if its some retro stale game i can be smug about it.

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 No.4408

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 No.4417

>>1119

>implying any indie dev has made anything close to a Mario game

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 No.4436

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>Unchained Melody

>not Canon in D

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 No.4588

>>4417

>implying implying indie devs only remember Mario implies that indie devs made anything close to a Mario quality game

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 No.3209[Reply]

Honestly this is the best JRPG from the SNES era that nobody played. It was initially to be localized but never released outside of Japan. A shame too as I could have seen it considered up there with the likes of FF6 and CT.

It's fan translation by Gideon Zhi of AGTP has only recently received it's final revision, I feel that if it were fully translated in the late 1990s like FFV was it would've been regarded as something of a cult classic.

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 No.3288

>>3281

Pretty unique.

I'll give it a bash some time soon.

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 No.3336

>>3281

That looks like something I might like, actually. Sort of turn-based strategy-esque.

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 No.4077

Odio took over my soul.

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 No.4571

>>3248

>Still no smt:if progress

I think that hipster faggot lost the files and is too afraid to say it. The patch was supposed to be practically done about a year ago. He kept talking about it on twitter last year and suddenly he goes silent, retweets pure crap and floods his twitter with things no one cares about to bury those tweets.

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 No.4572

>>4571

If so, maybe that should be a good example of why one shouldn't take on that many projects at once as being active, or at the very least back his stuff up elsewhere (if only just to a USB drive) in case it gets lost? If he did lose the files for SMT if… though, would he at least let someone else take a crack at making a translation patch rather than leaving it tied up like the other thirty translation projects that he's got listed as "active?"

On that note, the fact that Square-Enix is apparently localizing the remake of Romancing Saga 2 (but only the mobile version of course), it makes me wonder if the SFC fan translation will wind up cancelled out of "respect" or whatever for the localization. Of course his webpage says nothing, but he hasn't made a news entry since last June.

You're right though, the complete silence on that, or anything after the 2.1b Treasure of the Rudras patch on his actual site is odd to say the least, and as I don't make a habit of digging around on twitter (I really hate social media) I have no clue what, if anything, he's been up to on the fan translation end since then.

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 No.4553[Reply]

Hey fags, notice there's a lot of Doom talk in here because of the new game but I haven't really kept up with games so much the past few years because I've been busy with work and college. Anyway I wanted to replay Duke Nukem because it's one of my favorites from my younger days. This game is so fucking good. I played the DNF demo back when it came out and I was really disappointed and never finished that game. (It's still $40 for the game and DLC on Steam. WTF?) But Duke3D still holds up to my memories. Anyway, kinda what triggered this thread is I couldn't find a place to buy it! My old CDs have gotta be in storage in my parent's attic or something. I remembered there being a Steam port but it looks like it got pulled. I shouldn't have to pirate this fucking game, it's legendary. Anybody know whats going on with that?

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 No.4556

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>$40

>save two cents

WHAT IS THIS BULLFUCK

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 No.4525[Reply]

These are three of my four Super Nintendo consoles. They all work. Two classic ones and one Junior.

I have another Junior somewhere, and it's not working but it's a cheap fix, so for less than $10 I could have four working Super Nintento consoles.

Insert, the Retro Advance Adaptador, which I don't own.

They're relatively cheap though, and I want one. But I don't know whether or not you can link the Retro Advance Adaptador to a regular GBA using the cable, or maybe even to other Retro Advance Adaptadors.

So I wanna ask before purchasing four Retro Advance Adaptadors, is it possible to link them?

Because I also can get four TV sets, and I have more than four friends.

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 No.4536

>>4534

I understand like half of what you said, but it sounds smart and cool.

Have a video or some sort of diagram?

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 No.4537

>>4534

I understand like half of what you said, but it sounds smart and cool.

Have a video or some sort of diagram?

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 No.4542

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>>4537

Here's a video going into detail about the video stuff. Basically, you can get a memory card you can put an SD in and load isos and homebrew, so you can buy the game boy player base (it's the cheaper part, the disc is more expensive), and either load the iso or use the homebrew game boy interface which still uses the game boy player but is supposed to be better.

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 No.4550

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>>4542

I found that video informative and stimulating.

Also, thanks for introducing me to the channel. I subscribed.

Anyway, that's fucking cool. I already have two Gameboy Player units (working perfectly), and at least one working GameCube.

But it seems that modding them would be expensive. Not that I don't want to (not that I saw the video, I reslly fuckin' want to mod them so they have HDMI) so for now, the cheaper and dirtier solution would have to be adaptors for the SNES.

Oh! Also, I have one of these! I've never used it, because I don't even know what it is.

I just bought it years ago.

What exactly can I do with this card?

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 No.4555

>>4550

You can get Swiss (I think) on it and then use that to load isos for games as well as game boy interface.

If you could find a GameCube for cheap even if you don't mod it you'd still probably be better off than with the adapter. I don't know how much each costs these days though.

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 No.4544[Reply]

To submit an entry to the LEVGEM, follow this link, and put a forward-slash where the word 'slash' is and a period where the word 'dot' is (forgive me, for 4chan's formatting limitations precede me): goodotglslashIrvTbp please do not bother checking to see if it's already there, I can do that myself.

In 2014 someone named data_baser posted his List of Every Video Game Ever Made to /v/ and /vr/, and asked for help completing it. He nearly doubled the number of games in his list in a week, but his list is still not completed, and it is now outdated.

Let's get down to the brass tacks now. My name is KaffiN, otherwise known as KACofNN, Keith Shores, and Keith Cethin. I would like to carry on data_baser's project and ask for your help. I would now like to open up the list to any and all games, including flash games, mobile games, ROM hacks, fan games, the little dinosaur game on Google Chrome's no-internet-page, etc. You get the picture.

You may reach me at plasmacr@gmail.com

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 No.4546

Literally impossible. So many new games are being created all over the world all the time. It's not that it's conceptually impossible, it is, it's just that in reality it's impossible to implement. You'd have to spend so much of your own money on translators and other employees to help with translation, organization, and maintenance of the list itself (unless you're some kind of master coder/linguist) that it's just unrealistic.

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 No.4485[Reply]

a game recording bittorent hash 17CB9340 174744F3 8DAFF983 5CC8B30F A1641345

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