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  • Member since: Sept. 17, 2012
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  • Return to Zork in reply to Mostly Walking - Secret of Monkey Island Day 5 by Day9

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    A little warning about Return to Zork: The game is easily rendered uncompletable by multiple actions at multiple times, without any indication until hours later. Among those things are actions you can take in the first screens of the game.
  • Zork: Grand Inquisitor in reply to Mostly Walking Suggestions by ThomasBayes

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    If you're going to play a Zork game on stream, and not one of the text based ones but one of the point and click-y ones, then I think Return to Zork is to be discouraged, as that game has ...
  • All youtube videos video-sound unsynched.

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    I got rid of Flash and am now using pure HTML5 for online video, or Livestreamer+VLC. But these last few months, all Day[9] videos on youtube have been desynching. This includes the HTML player as well as if you try ...
  • Games for the future in reply to Mostly Walking Feedback Thread by Day9

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    There's a lot a adventure games that I really liked, whether they were text adventures (Infocom made all those I have played in this group), graphical adventures with a command parser (e.g. Jewels of Darkness), third person point and clicks ...
  • Boardgame geek here in reply to Board Games by NakeDex

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    I play a LOT of board games! For the more casual family gathering type stuff, I'd say games like Labyrinth, Ticket to Ride, Carcasonne, Settlers of Catan, Smallworld. Which is good, because they are replacing absolutely awful games like Monopoly ...
  • FTL: Advanced Edition in reply to I know he already played FTL but.... by concept514

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    This has my +1. FTL was great, and this is a great content patch. I'm certain it will bring in quite a lot of people back to FTL as well.
  • Funny you would say that... in reply to Price curve by Scoob

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    ...because of the Blizzard titles you listed, I think the ones that had best story were the mid to late 90ies ones, while the gameplay and engines (including netcode, graphics, audio, map customisability for custom games etc.) is what improved ...
  • Goats in reply to Goat Simulator by FTANG-FTANG

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    Honestly, I consider Escape Goat 2 a considerably better goating game than Goat Simulator. At least in the long run, for a whole day of streaming. Goat Simulator can be fun for an hour or two before you run out ...
  • Pricing of games nowadays in reply to Goat Simulator - Really???? by SteppeLively

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    Honestly, I think games are dirt cheap nowadays and I would certainly not think $10 is too much for *any* game. In fact, I would consider it fair pricing if a developer had a solid €80-€60-€40-€20 base price staging for ...
  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons in reply to Which game has the best story? by PickledParsleyParty

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    Well, this game has a story that is good but not great, but what it really has is the very best in the way of story telling, and that includes any other medium. This game excels at storytelling, through telling ...
  • Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight games in reply to Day[9]'s Day Off - HearthStone laddering by Day9

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    I think it'd be fun if word got spread about Amnesia Fortnight before the sale ended, so I'm going to repeat my suggestion from the day off suggestions thread:
  • SNES in reply to ALL THE ROMS! by misread_

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    Well, I would have got an amazingly hard time putting this down to just 5 games. Honestly, I would split them up into a list of best-of-kind lists...
  • Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight Prototypes in reply to Day[9]'s Day Off (more) suggestions! by Day9

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    This was the last post in the old thread, so I figured it could bear repeating here so it doesn't get lost.Double Fine has a game jam internally where they during two weeks forget whatever project they are on and ...
  • Double Fine's Amnesia Fortnight prototypes in reply to Day[9] Day off suggestions! by Day9

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    Double Fine has a game jam internally where they during two weeks forget whatever project they are on and work on making prototypes for game ideas pitched by their staff. The last two, 2012 and 2014, were made with public ...
  • As a player... in reply to Where you do go for Indie titles? by SteppeLively

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    My foremost source of games is Humble Bundle (also good for learning about great games you didn't knew existed, this is how I found Trine, DustForce, Bastion etc.), followed by Good Old Games (GOG), GamersGate and finally Steam. Green Man ...
  • Perspective or Contrast in reply to Day[9] Day off suggestions! by Day9

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    Both these indie games have similar mechanics, 2D to 3D conversion and using the environment from different perspectives. Perspective concentrate on puzzle and mechanics, Contrast a bit more on story. Would love to see Sean play either or both of ...
  • This is really good in reply to Perspective by RoflmayoMan

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    Played this when I found it on Digipen, it's just brilliant. I can't imagine how hard it must be to think of levels and level design that is both discoverable and not overly obvious in a game like this, and ...
  • slashfic already? in reply to Gart Gasper and Junia Mayflower [NSFW] by TotalNightmare

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    Really, the world of fanfic is advancing rapidly... I wouldn't be surprised if a TVTropes page (sorry whoever never heard of it and looked it up, but I can't give you back your time) is made already.
  • Gah. in reply to Day[9] Daily #534 - I hear the Oracle is good by Day9

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    Ten, nine, eight *cuts to ads*...