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19-01-2020 23:26
I personally prefer to do stuff that don't take me more than 3 hours to complete. The only exception was Faria which brought me childhood memories.

19-01-2020 20:21
@KAGE-008, Aw shucks. I didn't wanna steal it from you, but thanks anyways.

19-01-2020 18:01
Digger, Yoshi Island JP is all yours to do. Enjoy Smile

18-01-2020 16:46
@DiggerandIndy For Pokemon rpgs is it very stable and you must not use the cursor as touchpen.

18-01-2020 14:56
@Mariofan98 True, unless you're working on a game with strenuous stylus usage. I tried to record Bomberman Land Touch once, but I knew I had to wait.

17-01-2020 21:27
nope, DeSmuME works great and has a great AVI output

17-01-2020 20:39
@Mariofan98 I know this is crazy expensive, but maybe you should invest in those Katsukity or Loopy 3DSes. They work great!

17-01-2020 11:27
@DiggerandIndy yup, DeSmuME v0.9.9

17-01-2020 00:49
@Mariofan98 Are you using an emulator?

16-01-2020 21:15
Ok, i'll give up with longplaying Pokemon Platinum Sad

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System Shock 2



System Shock 2 is a 1999 first-person action role-playing survival horror video game designed by Ken Levine and co-developed by Irrational Games and Looking Glass Studios. Originally intended to be a standalone title, its story was changed during production into a sequel to the 1994 game System Shock. The alterations were made when Electronic Arts—who owned the System Shock franchise rights—signed on as publisher.

The game takes place on board a starship in a cyberpunk depiction of 2114. The player assumes the role of a soldier trying to stem the outbreak of a genetic infection that has devastated the ship. Like System Shock, gameplay consists of first-person combat and exploration. It also incorporates role-playing system elements, in which the player can develop skills and traits, such as hacking and psionic abilities.

System Shock 2 was originally released in August 1999 for Microsoft Windows. The game received critical acclaim but failed to meet commercial sales expectations. Many critics later determined that the game was highly influential in subsequent game design, particularly on first-person shooters, and considered it far ahead of its time. It has been included in several "greatest games of all time" lists. In 2007, Irrational Games released a spiritual successor to the System Shock series, titled BioShock, to critical acclaim and strong sales. System Shock 2 had been in intellectual property limbo following the closure of Looking Glass Studios. Night Dive Studios were able to secure the rights to the game and System Shock franchise in 2013 to release an updated version of System Shock 2 for modern operating systems, including for OS X and Linux, and announced plans to release an Enhanced Edition of the game. OtherSide Entertainment announced in 2015 that they have been licensed the rights from Night Dive Studios to produce a sequel, System Shock 3.
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I followed the OSA path. I didn't use any weapons at all but I made a good use of hypos and implants along with the skills otherwise it would be way more difficult to complete the game. I got all items and cybermodules I could find and opened every box. As an OSA agent I had limited firepower but some of the skills, like Invisibility, were very helpful. A pretty decent longplay in my opinion.
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