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  1. What are your thoughts on the hit game fortnite? Personally myself I do not play it anymore although I have skins. Now I kinda just think its getting boring as it gets more and more popular.
  2. Are there any other fellow video game collecting enthusiasts around here? I imagine at least or two must be around. I'm probably, like always, the odd man out being the one who collects, primarily, PC games. Short of the Facebook groups I'm in, I'm always the oddball collecting big box PC games. :p Here's a few random pieces of my collection: No, that's not even close to a tenth of what I have overall. xD I've got shelves, boxes and tables full of stuff. Anywho, any other fellow collectors of video games and video game accessories?
  3. So, does any one on here collect retro video games? If so, what consoles do you collect for? Any specific game genres you like to collect for or do you collect them all?
  4. Any games made you rage quit lately?
  5. Now before you go full rage on me, I need to clarify: Ocarina of Time IS a good game, just not my favorite. I love OoT a lot, but other games have come after that and I have played those more. Wind Waker I find is my favorite in the series, the cartoon look, the cel shading, the atmosphere, and story telling that continued after Ocarina! I find a lot of moments in that game that made me feel like I am on a real adventure of a life time across the vast sea! As for anyone else, do you have a favorite that surpasses OoT? If not, that is perfectly fine, there is nothing wrong with favoring OoT.
  6. Even video games we enjoy can frustrate us. Whether it's something small, or something that makes us despise it with a burning passion. It does't matter how much we enjoy the game, we can love and hate it. For me it would Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. I have ragequit this game any times, due to its obnoxious difficulty and flawed life system. Despite this, I still enjoy it thanks to the charm and the ideas it brought to the table. If I solely hated it, I probably would have never revisited it.
  7. So, my question is do you keep or sell your old consoles when a new generation of consoles release? Do you think it's better to keep them? I usually I sell my old consoles. I sold my 360 when I bought my Xbox One.
  8. So, I recently picked up a PS Classic. For some reason, I just really wanted to play the original Resident Evil as well as some of the other games on the system. I realized that I hadn't played some of these games since I played them on the original hardware. I personally like the system. I think it's pretty cute and well designed. Would I have payed $99 for it? No probably not. I know most people were disappointed with it for its selection of games, but I am just curious, if you could have chosen the games for the system, what games would have you chosen? My only restriction is you can only choose one game from a series, so you can't include both Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy VIII for example.
  9. I'm sure this thread has been posted multiple times, but I figured to give it a new kick start! Anypony here play MTG? What kinds of formats do you like to play? What's your favorite color (or color combination) to play? As for me, I like Commander, and my favorite color combo is UWR, or Jeskai/America. Hoping to chat Magic with anyone here!
  10. Mario is a gaming icon, has been ever since his humble beginnings on the NES. Since then so many Mario platformers have been released it can make one's head spin. 2D, 3D, a sort of mix of the two, Mario has had a lot of games. With such a huge collection of games with an even bigger collection of levels, it makes me wonder, what are your favorite and least favorite Mario levels? There are a lot to choose from, so have at it! I will say one of my least favorite levels ever: Roy's Castle #5 from Super Mario World. While that level is short, the reliance on that moving platform is so irritating and brings the pace down to a halt. The boss itself is also 'meh' as he can be defeated incredibly fast.
  11. *Disclaimer: This thread is meant to be about the singleplayer mode, not Red Dead Online. So Red Dead Redemption 2 has been out for a bit now, and most of us have had a chance to complete at least one playthrough (or at least get a decent ways into the game). Now, don't get me wrong, it's a damn good game, and gorgeous as hell, but it's not this level of good: This would imply there's literally nothing wrong or worthy of critiquing in the game, which is objectively just not true. So my question is, as the title says: what, in your opinion, is the biggest thing worth critiquing, the biggest drawback, the biggest annoyance you have with RDR2? Personally, I think mine would be the bounty/wanted system. While yes, the story does try and steer you towards an honorable playthrough (or at least ending), you are, at the end of the day, an outlaw-a criminal. And they appropriately included robbery mechanics-why include them if they're not meant to be used? But the way the wanted system works, from response time of the law, to the law's omniscience, to the convoluted and ill-explained (both in game and by the devs themselves) mechanic to remain anonymous, to the poor AI when it comes to receiving a bounty for self defense or NPC stupidity (seriously, get those horses some turn signals ), this entire portion of the game just seems poorly implemented at best, flat out broken at worst. Especially when it comes to non-story train robberies. There's simply no way whatsoever to get in and get out before the law arrives, and they spawn whether a witness actually gets away or not, and spawn within seconds of you taking out the engineer. This is one of the most lucrative activities in terms of time-efficiency and payout (unless you google gold bar locations and hunt them down, but that feels like cheating); but with how it's working it's pointless because you get a bounty worth as much or more than the loot you snag from the train. Kind of takes the 'outlaw' out of actually being...well, an outlaw. And what's sad is Rockstar is likely not going to implement a fix for this, because it would require a drastic overhaul of a base/core system from the ground up. I'd say that's something that would/should detract from a perfect 100 review score, hm? I also agree with a lot of the points made in this vid-the good and the bad-and I'd be curious to hear people's thoughts on this as well (also linking this vid because I like sharing teh lulz ):
  12. Legend of Zelda is a great game series. I want to know which games is your favorite. Vote above and post reasons below. My favorite is Twilight Princess. I know not many people like this one, but I really like this one. It was also the first one I had ever played in the series. It was very dark (I like dark) and had a great story. Also, it had Midna, the best Legend of Zelda character ever. Feel free to discuss the series as well.
  13. Sondash Studios

    Gaming Games that give you nostalgia.

    Here's some games that give me a ton of nostalgia playing them: - Donkey Kong Country Returns - Mario Kart Wii - Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine - Croc 1: Legend of the Gobbos - Croc 2 - Midtown Madness (Of course, they're all old games but I love them!)
  14. Nightmare Muffin

    Gaming Pokemon Go

    Yeah I realize I’m super later to the party, but I finally got a phone with enough ram to let me download the app, and.....I don’t think I like it. I started it at night. So it’s not safe to go out and walk anywhere to find Pokémon right now, and I’m really an introvert who hates social interaction. So raids and stuff that become available as I level up, apparently, aren’t going to be my cup of tea, let alone befriending anyone.... I don’t see the hype in this. Kinda already regretting downloading it, actually..... Clearly this is geared toward extreme extroverts. Thoughts from any introverts, perhaps?
  15. Twilight Sparkle ✨

    Mega Thread What are your computer specs?

    Tell everyone about your computer (or computers, if you use more than one)! What model is it and what OS does it run? Myself, I work from two laptops: an HP Pavilion dv6-3170ca for school, and an HP EliteBook 8740w for home (mostly) - both run Windows 7 x64. Here's the smaller one: Specs: Intel i5 2.2 GHz Dual Core w/ Hyper-Threading (up to 2.8 GHz w/ TurboBoost) integrated graphics 4 GB DDR3 RAM 500 GB 7200 RPM hard drive 15" glossy screen (1366x768x24) fingerprint reader Blu-ray drive (read-only) And the larger: Specs: Intel i7 1.7 GHz Quad Core w/ Hyper-Threading (up to 3.06 GHz w/ TurboBoost) NVIDIA Quadro 5000M GPU w/ 2 GB GDDR5 VRAM 8 GB DDR3 RAM (high speed - 1333 MHz!) 500 GB 7200 RPM hard drive 17" 1.07 billion-colour matte screen (1920x1200x30) fingerprint reader backlit, spillproof keyboard Both are beautiful computers and serve me really well. I use the dv6 for school because it wasn't a very expensive computer and has great battery life, and the EliteBook is my awesome gaming/do-it-all machine.
  16. Has anyone seen that shocked Pikachu meme that's been going around, lately? Well, apparently, a starter in the Pokemon Sword & Shield trailer looks strangely familiar....... has anyone noticed? https://twitter.c om/NyghtmareMuffyn/status/1102780704369270784 Any thoughts on this, or what memes might result due to it?
  17. Cruising

    Gaming The "BotW" Fallacy

    Why do people pretend that this: Looks "much better" than this: Both look like mid-gen Ps3 releases at best. Yet nearly every Switch owner I have conversed with seems to drool at the mouth over BotW while dismissing Sw/Sh as subpar or "disappointing". Open world Pokemon would be nice, but I'm referring mainly to the visual complexity on display here. Why are these people so enamored by BotW's graphical presentation? Is it all some big inside joke I am unaware of?
  18. Silent

    Gaming Game: Cry of Fear

    Has anyone here played Cry of Fear? If so, what are your thoughts on the game?
  19. Adorkable


    Hey, everypony. ^^ I hope I'm not the only one here who's heard of's infamous series: For those who know what I'm talking about, sweet! ^^ For those who may not, allow me to explain. ^^ Death Battle is a series where 2 characters from (usually) video games, have their "skills, weapons, and armor" completely analyzed by 2 awesome bros known as Wizard and Boomstick, to see who would win a fight. It's actually a really awesome series, I would highly recommend it to those who haven't watched it. ^^ Death Battle has answered some of the most common asked questions to "who would win a fight between x and x?" Some of their most infamous battles have been: Goku VS Superman Mario VS Sonic Spider-Man VS Batman and just for us Bronies Starscream VS Rainbow Dash This series is really cool, and I think there's some serious discussion behind all this. ^^ Today, they have just released their newest Death Battle: Luigi VS Tails Now, take these with a grain of salt, because there's a lot more battles then these I've just named. ^^ For those who have already seen the videos and wish to discuss, I ask that you keep spoiling parts under spoiler tags. Oh, and did I mention that they animate a fight at the end of the videos? Very cool! ^^ So, that's about it. ^^" I'm not entirely sure where to start discussion besides saying that today's Luigi VS Tails battle was amazing! ^^ Has anyone else seen it yet? ^^
  20. VG_Addict

    Gaming Google Stadia.

    Google is making a new gaming service. Will you get one?
  21. Does anyone here have any games that they replay every year or so? These are mine: -LA Noire -Red Dead Redemption -Metal Gear Solid 1-4 -Super Mario Bros. 3 -Sonic 1-3&K -Mafia II -SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom -Ed, Edd N Eddy: The Mis-Edventures -Uncharted 1-3 -The Batman Arkham series -Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) -Donkey Kong Country 1-3
  22. Hailcanuseacomputer

    Gaming Your favourite video game(s)?

    I don't know if anyone has posted this yet, but I looked. What your favourite video game? Or games? Here's mine: 1. Star Trek 2. Sonic: lost world (I still love it) 3. The sims 3
  23. Kzr haekS

    Gaming Emulation Discussion

    Emulation itself is perfectly legal, its distribution of and downloading of ROMS for games you don't own which is the grey area. Please do not share ROMS on this thread or offer places that you can download them. Now that that's out of the way: emulation. It's something I do a lot of myself. However I mostly emulate games that I already own but either have lost the hardware to play, are too inconvenient to bust out hardware for, would like to play on the go, games I had that broke/were stolen, or games I just didn't get a chance to get and can't afford paying insane amounts on ebay to get. Though I keep to keep that last group as small as possible. I find myself mostly replaying Chrono Trigger over and over again on different devices, a game that I've bought every single version of because it's my favorite game of all time. I emulate most of my games on my PC, but when I want them on my big screen, I have them emulated on my Wii U (via the virtual Wii mode's Homebrew channel). When I want them on the go, I go for my modded PSP and sometimes my tablet/smartphone. With so many great emulation devices out there, it's a great time to be an old school gamer. I am reaaaaally interested in getting the Dragonbox Pyra when it comes out, as it's a sequel device to the Open Pandora which boasts better specs and such. What about you guys? What are some systems you emulate a lot? What devices are you using to do so? What's your preffered controller? All things emulation let us discuss them.
  24. Which games can you beat in or under 24 hours? I don't mean which games can you speedrun specifically (although you can include those) I just mean games you know well enough / games that are short enough that you can start from the beginning and finish it in the same day. Only 2 come to mind for me Spyro 2 - I've played it at least 200 times now for start to finish, and that's not an exaggeration. I've been playing since I was a kid, so I've had a ton of time to practice it, though I can't speedrun it Some lilo and stitch game - It was loosely based on the first game. I rented it back when blockbuster was a thing, and I beat it in 4 hours. I'm fairly certain it didn't have a lot of stages (5 maybe?) and I felt cheated out of a good game what about you guys?
  25. Welcome to Classic Games Discussion Thread (Unofficial)! This is a place to talk about all classic games and all things classic or retro. From Doom, to Zelda, from NES to N64, from PC to console, this is a place to talk about all things related to classic or retro games. Be it games that deserve a remake, games that need a sequel, or just discussing how great some of these older games are, this is the place for you. All older games deserve the same love as newer games, so feel free to share some old classics that many of us maybe haven't played yet! What constitutes classic? The jury is out on this one, but a vast majority of people consider classic games that are not current generation and most of the time past a certain age threshold. Most people would argue that classic is anything that came before the Xbox 360 currently, but obviously as time goes on, games that were previously not considered "classic" will become classic. A few good rules of thumb to follow when identifying if a game is classic or retro: Is the game over 10 years old? Is it available on the Xbox 360, Wii or PS3 upon its initial launch? Would many consider it "retro"? Are you able to find it easily in retail stores such as GameStop, or Walmart still to this day? Would you find it in a retro game store? Is it re-released on Nintendo's Virtual Console, PSone Classics on PSN, or the Xbox Live Arcade? How easy is it to get your hands on a legit copy? All questions to ask when you are determining if a game is classic or retro. A good rule of thumb that a lot of people go by is since 2005 was the year that last generation started, any game that was made before 2005 is mostly considered classic or retro. If it was made before 2005 chances are it's retro enough to talk about here. The exceptions mostly being games that are still being actively updated since then such as World of Warcraft. Minor updates don't count, such as GoG updating older games to work on new systems, and there are random exceptions such as Bethesda releasing a new episode of Quake after 20 years to celebrate the game's anniversary. What kind of stuff can I talk about in this thread? All things retro and classic, be it hardware discusses, tips, tricks, easter eggs, you name it. Some ideas of things you can discuss to get the ball rolling for you: Easter eggs in old games. Desire for remakes/current remakes Port comparison Buying guides Emulation discussion (within legal limits) Recommendations Reviews Mods for old games Show off your collection Show off your old school achievements Talk about old school hardware Make friends There is plenty to discuss for all people! Useful Links Below are some useful links to take advantage of if you're looking to get into classic games or retro playing. Keep in mind no one works for any of these sites and these are not endorsed in any way by MLP Forums. I am not advertising these sites, merely offering them as resources for you to use. GOG - A source for old school PC games. GOG prides itself on fair pricing, no DRM and getting classic PC games running on modern systems. They're an excellent source for those older PC titles that you've been craving to try out and for a reasonable price. Highly recommended for the PC gamer who wants to take a trip back in time to when office computers could actually run "modern" games and when story telling was crucial to the success of a game. Steam - I don't think Valve's distribution platform really needs much introduction, but you can find a good handful of classic titles on Steam these days, from Counter-Strike to I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream, Steam is actually becoming a pretty good platform to get classic games on, especially with devs re-releasing games to support it. eBay - If you're someone who prefers physical copies of old games, eBay is obviously going to be a place where you'll need to frequent to get your hands on hardware and software. Please do not link any ebay listings in this thread though as it violates MLPF rules. This is only linked for those who are unfamiliar with it (doubtful there are many) and no personal selling is permitted on this thread or anywhere else on MLPF. GameStop (US) - A little while ago, GameStop actually introduced a retro games program to get your hands on older games and hardware. While it's still limited and mostly restricted to US residents, it's a good place to start. Emulator Zone - FOREWARNING, NO POSTING OF ROMS, ISOS OR ILLEGAL DOWNLOADS. Emulation is a legal grey area, but if you own the games already emulation is actually perfectly legal, it's also legal for shareware and abandonware. It can be very useful for playing those cartridges you have laying around but don't want to break out the old hardware, or even just getting your games on the go. DOSBox - Essential for running a good chunk of old school PC games. While it is an emulator, it is almost mandatory for games that were made in MSDOS. It is also useful at running Windows 3.1 games.