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    Games: Metal Gear Solid and anything Kojima-related, arcade racing games (Burnout), mascot 3D platformers (Crash, Spyro, Jak, Ratchet, Sly)

    TV shows: Mr. Robot, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Scrubs, Avatar: The Last Airbender

    Music: all genres

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  1. Inktober has begun, and Iofi has launched her own verison - Holoctober. Iofi herself has been posting art and speedpaint videos each day, like this one: She knows what she's doing with the themes, and the results you can find on Twitter have been pretty nice so far: I'd post more, but I don't want to spam. In terms of streams, I've been watching more Kaela. She played VVVVVV recently, which is nice to see in 2022. Today, she's streaming Ex-Zodiac. It's a Star Fox clone with retro-stylized graphics. Unique choices of games to stream, I like it.
  2. @LastMinuteSavior I haven't played NFS since Shift 2 and Codemasters games since Dirt 2 πŸ˜…. But I like to keep up with what's happening to these series. Seems like people haven't been very excited about an NFS game in more than a decade. @Apocasy Yeah, their Twitter is showing signs of life again, was just going to post this.
  3. Need For Speed Unbound Developer: Criterion Games Publisher: EA Release Date: December 2, 2022 (not confirmed) Platforms: PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC Reported by Tom Henderson via Insider Gaming: Unbound is going to be the first NFS game developed by Criterion since 2012, as it was revealed in 2020. The last 4 games have been made by Ghost Games (EA Gothenburg). EA: Also worth mentioning, it's the first NFS game after Codemasters acquisition.
  4. Bruh, this feels like the middle of he PS3 gen where everything was remastered, but worse.
  5. A great interview (if you can even call a man just laying down tons of knowledge on you that) with the Crash Bandicoot co-creator Andy Gavin. A very smart, intelligent, creative, and just fascinating man. It was very interesting to hear about all the ingenious ways he squeezed out the juices out of PS1 hardware to make the game run as well as it did. Even hacking PS1 to get the extra bit of memory he's not supposed to have. This is the short version of the video, I really like how they did the editing, some transitions and visualizations are very cool. But if you want more, there's also a 2-hour version with more details.
  6. Fauna did a drawing stream yesterday, and not just for members. I had to be there, even though it was the middle of the night for me. She was drawing Councilrys as Alice in Wonderland characters. The results were good, Mumei as Alice with American McGee vibes, and Sana and Kronii as queens. Here's all three together timecoded. I hope to see some fanart of them πŸ˜„. Also watched Pekora play the new Gundam Evolution game. It is a decent Overwatch clone that also reminded me of PS3 era Transformers games that had multiplayer modes as well, IIRC. She doesn't play compettitive shooters too often, but she was doing well. Watched more Nyanners MGS. Watched some bits of the first MGS3 stream, and also watched the MGS1 stream highlights, because I missed the whole thing. And also saw some clips of Pekora talking about her IRL meetup with ID gen 1. Too wholesome, man.
  7. Chainsaw Man. Wanted to draw something for Inktober c:
  8. Taxi Driver. Martin Scorsese, 1976. You already know that this story isn't going to end well. If you somehow haven't heard about this movie, then you can guess from its first 10 minutes. Each subsequent dialogue, each new internal monologue, each new scene just adds more detail to the portrait of Travis as he spirals downward mentally. He's a man who sees many problems in the world but doesn't realize that he and his actions are another result of them. It was interesting to watch Taxi Driver after seeing the films it inspired, mainly Joker. But it's funny that a comic book adaptation sometimes gives you more reason to watch a classic you should've seen long time ago. We truly live in a society.
  9. Remembered this today
  10. Looks like I imagined it, a decent looking Monster Hunter competitor with a unique twist. These mechanical things will make it stand out gameplay-wise. Will it be good enogh to reach MH highs? We'll see, but I doubt it.
  11. Titanfall


    Lords of the Fallen


    Babylon's Fall

    Destiny 2: Lightfall

    Atlas FallenΒ 


    Why is everything falling?

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    2. PooPooBlast


      Ghost recon Wildlands

      Ghost Busters 😁

      Sniper ghost Warrior

      Ghostwire tokyo

      Cod ghost (thats from 2013 though 😁)


      I guess not as much "fall"

      As much as*

    3. zizimonster


      You guys missed:


      The Fall

      Transformers: Fall of Cybertron

      Black the Fall

      Fall of Light

      Until You Fall



      Dreamfall Chapters

      Seasons After Fall

    4. Slava


      Guys, I found the worst video game title:



  12. But will it be backwards compatible with Sega Game Gear? πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”
  13. Added 2021-2022 Also, bruh. The rarities have changed a lot since 2020. I'm too lazy to edit them though 😁.
  14. There was probably a better thread about the best/favourite year in gaming, but I found this one first. For me, it's 2004: Burnout 3: Takedown Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater Need For Speed: Enderground 2 Jak 3 Ratchet & Clank 3 Prince of Persia: Warrior Within A couple more 2004 games I haven't played, but played a very similar version of: Half-Life 2 (I only ever played HL2: Episode 2 lol) Katamari Damacy (I played We Love Katamari, which is mostly the same game with new levels, from what I've read) So 2004 is definitely my favorite year, but I want to give a shout out to 2008 as well: Burnout Paradise Grand Theft Auto 4 Mirror's Edge Prince of Persia Fallout 3 World of Goo