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  • CoD Zombies never gets old... My fav maps are Nacht der Untoten, Kino der Toten, Verruckt, Der Riese, Five, TranZit and Shadows of Evil.

    StackOverflow is literally the worst nightmare for beginner coders... Don't ask questions on that shit site full of power tripping and gatekeeping people who close perfectly valid questions... Fortunately I'm not a beginner coder at all so it's cool I don't have to use it much
    Cat Headed Eagle
    Cat Headed Eagle
    for them to give you an answer, you have to prove you at least tried. If you did and you still got shit thrown at you, then you should have invested more points in CHA.
    Hobo Elf
    Hobo Elf
    Hello sir.
    AlphaYellow
    AlphaYellow
    Even if you show you tried before posting a question, they'll still downvote you to hell.. elitism going on there.
    Obviously AIs like ChatGPT and DALL-E 2 bring up serious issues about copyright, since creations done by computer programs are not protected by any copyright under copyright law, only human creations receive those protections. So who really should own the rights of those creations? It's an interesting discussion to be had.
    Some crazy experiment I'm doing with ChatGPT, I'm asking it to simulate as if he was a famous person and I'll make him questions and he has to answer those as the said person most probably would, very very interesting so far
    Anyone remembers when PC games used EAX and A3D to improve the sound experience, requiring a proprietary sound card for audio hardware acceleration on Windows 98/ME/XP? Those days are long gone but still miss those.
    Hey guys, you prefer to play old games (mid to late 90s/early 2000s) in their intended resolutions or push it as high as possible (either ingame, config files or unofficial mods)? I always prefer to play any game no matter how old it is always in the highest res possible (in my case 1080p)
    AlphaYellow
    AlphaYellow
    My yt channel proves otherwise, more than 130 old games in 1080p :) For archiving old games on yt and other platforms, higher resolutions are better. But yeah, 480i and 576i along with the CRT look tended to hide a lot of the old graphics' roughness on consoles
    Stavrophore
    Stavrophore
    I prefer to play at the resolution at which UI is still manageable to see.
    AlphaYellow
    AlphaYellow
    Yeah, many old engines don't scale their UI, that part sucks.
    So this ss was taken in mid 2013, was one of the servers I used to own, was in a squad meeting (nick was BlackOps), was probably busy checking reports and handling forums haha, good times

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    Only the OGs remember these games on the PS1, literally MoH and Trespasser from 1998 saved DreamWorks Interactive from bankruptcy, when EA acquired them in mid 2000 they were basically their savior. But ofc turned out to be another failed acquisition from EA, they never really did another amazing MoH game, Airborne and Frontline were above average but still didn't blow me away

    What online games did you play back in 2009? I played CS 1.6, Metin2, LoL, SA : MP, MTA:SA, COD 4, MW2 and WaW.
    First 3D game that Ubisoft has ever made, Laura's Happy Adventures, released in mid 1998, having been a licensed Playmobil game. Engine was called OpenSpace, and didn't feature a software renderer, a bold move at the time from Ubi to say the least.

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    Now a really obscure one, a licensed game based on The Da Vinci Code book, it was developed by the California based studio The Collective, already known back then for developing licensed games based on very famous properties, like Star Trek, Indiana Jones and Star Wars. Highest points of the game are the investigation, puzzles, atmosphere and soundtrack.

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    Assaulting Normandy's Omaha Beach in Allied Assault... never gets old, I love all old WW2 games.

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    NecroLord
    NecroLord
    The soundtrack is absolutely awesome as well.
    Imagine taking a screenshot like this in a game that doesn't even have photo mode, I have no clue how I managed to take it but it's perfect, Dead to Rights 1 is the game btw

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    AlphaYellow
    AlphaYellow
    Yeah, it's a cheap version of it, but still gunfights are exciting
    puur prutswerk
    puur prutswerk
    That's Pax Mayne, an okay dude, but sadly haunted by ghosts because of his painkiller addiction.
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    puur prutswerk
    Wait no I typed something like haunted by the ghosts of his past earlier and then tried to make this from it, because of Pac Man
    Painkiller is so frickin good, recording a walkthrough of it.

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    Vlajdermen
    Vlajdermen
    Wait until that magnificent military base level. Painkiller is the best haunted house ever made.
    AlphaYellow
    AlphaYellow
    I still remember that level, it's a true nightmare haha
    Tweed
    Tweed
    I liked the Opera House the best.
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