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 No.46[Reply]

set up new build and trying to think of games to emulate and play, currently got Dead Space torrenting and a few gamecube iso files knocking about, what're some good NES games or games in general to check put my doods?
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 No.54

>>51
ooh I recognise Star Control 2 from somewhere, though i'm no 100% sure where from, deffo gonna slap that on my backlog; it looks a little bit like those star wars space fighting sims they put out on DOS.
SNES is top comf yee, just finished another playthrough of super metroid funnily enough.

If you like space type stuff i deffo would reccomend colony wars on ps1, such a fun and atmospheric game, much like a lot of the ps1 library really.

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>>54
Star Control 2 is probably my all time favorite game, though to be fair I've played the game for years and know it like the back of my hand. When I first played, it was a rather indescribable experience. I adored it and the way they portrayed all the characters, but on the other hand it takes a lot of practice to get good with every ship you'll be potentially using in the campaign and a little bit of luck too. The lander minigame is a little bit repetitive too, but it's honestly the most comfy and relaxing part about the game if you land on the right planets.
also it definitely shows symptoms of 90's game design and basically requires you to have a notebook or pad nearby to jot down notes and key information you get from alien races. at least you have a whole heckin' lot of save slots though.

>SNES is top comf

oh goodness I agree. I used to play the SNES so much when I was a kid, and I despite having all my old game consoles, the SNES is always the one I break out and play for days on end. I never played Super Metroid, I was always a bigger fan of the platformers like Donkey Kong Country and Yoshi's Island.
>colony wars on ps1
I'll have to check it out actually. I never owned a ps1 so I've missed out on a lot of absolute classics. Thanks for the suggestion!

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*siiiiip* oh yeah, its cozy drunk CRT gaymen time 8)

what other stuff should i get downloading for this?

 No.244

>>51
I loved SNES harvest moon and Sailor moon another story. In my country snes wasnt really available, a luxury similar to ps5, I played those on emulator even before winxp i think. SMAS was sometimes hard, so I had to figure out the register hacking mechanism. Was comfy to tweak things a little.



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 No.233

>>232
FitGirls Game Repacks are also good.

 No.234

>>233
Yeah, I agree with that. Just make sure to use the real official site. Clone sites install cryptominers on your PC. (Not a big problem for me cause I use a phone hotspot and am offline with my desktop a lot of the time.)

 No.237

>>234
I've learned this the hard way.

 No.238

some other goto sites for me are nicoblog & skidrow, latter i need a VPN for though as my ISP blocks it otherwise

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installing a cryptominer lol ama



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First!

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>>3
eyy, waddup man.

 No.239

>>3
Third, actually. Retard.



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 No.224[Reply]

I don't play much games anymore these days, but I enjoy listening to some video game music. Post some of your favorites.
Sonic 2 Chemical Plant Zone
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LYB7iLZNWE

 No.228

This may seem cliche but
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aam9VvzFuI0
Songs from doom.

 No.229

shit from square is usually top tier, esp in their RPGs where they go for that grandiose atmospheric or hopeful adventure shit like this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aS9H4E1LdVI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4OQDvRBKcE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cZHfOs2XOc
shit man heavensward really had the best music of the ff14 expacs on god yo

If you're looking more for songs with vocals and some cheesiness to it too, you can never go wrong with some mgs tunes either:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXkgn3QUA2w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m4tYUfYCj4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gmzay5oAwOM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vfkzMAWWKE
the vocalist from the MGR stuff also worked on some tunes from cyberpunk 2077's OST also so that might be a good peep for you also:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfUo2mPYQ2E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN1RJF55NXI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Igq3d6XA75Y

 No.230

>>229
Japanese composers are very good at making great immersive atmospheric music to keep you pulled into the game.
>>228
I'm a HUGE fan of a lot of music from old FPS franchises. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_0G6WPuss4 One of my favorite songs is from the Facing Worlds level in Unreal Tournament



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 No.206[Reply]

>Meanwhile on the /comfy/street…

 No.208

That's a bit extreme /comfy/street.

 No.211

>>208
At the end of the extremeity, do we find our eternal comfyness.



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