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Comfy vidya thread Anon 06/27/2020 (Sat) 15:23:10 No.1760
ITT we discuss video games that possess the comfy factor. For me it's all manners of RTS games, taking time to gather resources and build a cool base is great fun. Driving games are cool too, I have fond memories of pic related (although I was pretty bad at it as a kid).
>>1760 league of legends
>>5144 I feel soo bad for you.
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Mount&Blade is comfy. Even combat is comfy when you get good at it
>>5147 yeah
You stoopy fags your fave games are from the 90s cause your sad neckbeards fight me irl
>>5278 That's not berry nice.
>>5278 In a year i will have the cash to waste on unnecesary travels, when that time comes i will find your home, beat you and call you idiot. I bet you won't be tough after that.
>>5278 Sad neckbeard here, I like games from all decades since the 80s
>>5279 >>5291 >>5292 He's just griefing. Ignore him and the I.P he listed
>>5293 He won't be griefing after i beat him up
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>>1760 Dark Souls is the comfiest caca, when you crawl through some undead cacahole and finally return to firelink
>>5298 How is it comfy? I break at least one keyboard while playing the game.
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>>5302 >playing with a keyboard There's your problem
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Exploration in Souls games is quite comfy even if enemy encounters might not be for you. I think this is arguably one of the things that makes Sekiro so good since you can sneak around unseen or grapple away from most encounters if you just want to explore and sight see. The environments themselves are extremely comfy.
>>5320 The reason why i play witha keyboard is i broke the ps controller while playing ds2.
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>>5324 While you were playing DS2 or because you were playing DS2?
>>5331 After wasting my life watching buff men i created die in stoopyest ways, i had a schizoid attack and broke the controller thinkingu was winning.
>>5332 Was it the hitboxes that got ya or was it the lack of invincibility during door opening animations?
>>5333 I think that was in the first giant area's bonfires door. Some skeletony thing comes and hits me while my fat lard tries to push the quacking door. It was horrible. I don't like games when they put restriction on my characters instead of making the enemies strong, i also don't like when games force me to be tryhard.
>>5324 find better games
No love for Stardew Valley? You escape your droll, work-a-day life to chill on a farm in the comfy Pelican Town. No rush, just grow your crops, make friends, fall in love, rebuild your community. It's great
>>1765 Rather than exploration, i like to build and enhance my little comfy village in Minecraft, i can spend hours and hours
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Just wanted to mention a new board /valis/ is now open on the webring. It's a place about entertainment systems using video or rich visual mechanisms as feedback that may or may not have been put together by a few 8vg anons :^) Discussion can also range to saloon activities like cue games and card shuffling due to their social and classic nature in the ludic activities of people around the world. Having or remembering fun and sharing tips and tricks sounds like the goal, come visit sometime
>>6213 gaems
>>1765 have you played Vintage Story? It has a stronger emphasis on voxel based crafting/forging rather than just building giant structures out of blocks It also looks a lot better with more realistic biomes and weather, exploring it feels a lot more meaningful than just the endless repetition of Minecraft worlds Also make sure you're using the most up-to-date survival expansion mods for vintage story, the base game is caca unless you mod it out the ass, trust me.
What are some comfy games to play with friends lads? An open-world game like Minecraft or Vintage Story (see post above) seems like a good idea, but I want something different. Maybe an RPG like FFXIV that one's really popular right now.
>>6376 I used to play valheim with a couple of guys and it sounds pretty sinilar to vintage story from what you're describing. I thought it was really comfy building a base and taming wolves or boars to have as pets.
>>6376 Divinity Original Sin 2, or similar party-based rpgs
>>6376 Breath of the Wild. It's such an easy game for me to just get lost in. In a good way ha.
>>6451 botw is probably the comfiest gaem I've ever played, I could just spend hours doing nothing, just screwing around in the map
>>6461 I used to do that in Morrowind.
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https://smuglo.li/vg/res/10891.html >What is Veloren? Veloren is a FREE AND OPEN SOURCE spiritual successor to the short-lived Cube World. It uses similar combat mechanics to cube world, similar crafting mechanics to Valheim, exploration quirks like BoTW, and a minecraft aesthetic. It has both a third person and first person mode, and is all about running around as cute little cube people and murderhoboing your surroundings (or the villages). It is a community-led project that gets almost daily updates. Most importantly, it can run on potato PCs. The entire server uses about half a gig of RAM. The game can be obtained here: https://veloren.net/
> get elytra for the first time > try it out > smash face into ground > half health, but didn't die thanks to feather falling IV > this apparently pissed off two endermen > hurting for certain due to half health and not wearing chest plate > they're too fast: can't eat, can't run > die for the first time since I got all diamond armor with prot IV
>>6814 It seems you had quite a lot of fun on your minecraft run. Try spawning monsters and do a tower defence scenario.
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god games are one of the comfiest genres imo doshin the giant is a nice simple one. i also love the aesthetic of populous: the beginning. recently i've been playing some modded minecraft
>>6881 >i also love the aesthetic of populous: the beginning. That's a highly underrated game. I just played a level from Undiscovered Worlds not that long ago, and the game popped into my head again today. Apparently there are still people playing multiplayer, but I've never tried it.
>>6882 yeah there's a decent little community that plays regularly at popre.net they have a matchmaking application, and there's another singleplayer version they have somewhere on there with some little extra patches etc
>>6814 reject modernity, embrace minecraft tradition anon.
i don't have a new game to recommend but i just bought a gamecube and luigi's mansion this weekend and i'm stoked
Monster hunter is great Going to the hub after killing monsters is crazy comfy and I always spend more time there than I should https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBBhBI_Tna4
>>7042 How much was it? Have you been enjoying it? I am thinking about getting one of these but I’m not sure I will use it when I have a nice gaming rig, a laptop, a phone and an iPad mini already.
>>7106 That's the Miyoo Mini right? Those Chinese handhelds are pretty good actually if you have a use case for them (lunchbreaks for instance). Something to consider with the Mini is that it's only about the size of a playing card, so cramping is likely to be an issue.
>>7107 Yeah it’s the Miyoo Mini. It does seem like cramping wood be an issue. I also don’t have any specific games in mind so I’ve been on the fence about getting one. Lunch breaks and playing out in the sun most likely. I don’t really like playing games on my phone for whatever reason. I sweat out of my hands more than anywhere else. I’ve already played through Pokémon back when I was able to run an emulator on my iPhone. Now I’ve already talked myself out of it lol.
>>7108 Depending on what you usually play these devices may be a good opportunity to explore libraries that you otherwise woodn't get around to (for me that generally means 4th gen and below, including romhacks). If you wanted to spend a bit more then you might consider something from Anbernic, their horizontal 351 series is still pretty compact without the ergonomic or chipset compromises of mini devices (Miyoo Mini, RG280v, TrimUI etc.). Of course there's little point buying something unless you'll use it.
If you Refresh on https://www.chunkbase.com/apps/seed-map enough times you'll come across seeds where you start near or right next to stony peaks biomes. Why is this good? You start next to huge amounts of exposed iron without having to go underground. For example, the first pic you start near three stony peaks so huge that you could spend over six hours just comfortably mining in peace.
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>>7518 By Refresh I meant Random, sorry for double-post.
>>1760 Pic related has amazingly unique comfy/sad vibes. You can spend all day just smoking if you want.
>>7547 This was absolutely brilliant, thanks Anon.
>>7547 I played this one when it came out, and I found it berry grindy :P

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