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 No.11095[Reply]

???

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 No.11142

AQUALUNG



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 No.11135[Reply]

Get on my level.

 No.11137

>>11135
can't go that low, sorry m8

 No.11138

>>11135
0 kills + 0 weapons = 1 win



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 No.11109[Reply]

Lol at assburger mod's(USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)

 No.11110

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Just put it in the right board, mate. It's not hard.



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 No.11099[Reply]

Greetings from Finland. WTF is tis board?
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 No.11104

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EBIN!
Do you guys like Sirkku/Cirno?

 No.11105

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Hellou vrom vinland

 No.11106

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SUOMI SAUNA RÄYH JUHANNUSYÖ

 No.11107

>>11105
THAT IS JUST EWW!

 No.11108

Moved to >>>/sp/6103.



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 No.11049[Reply]

/dep/ - depression

Complain about your shitty lives here, we can all wallow together. It'll be fun!
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 No.11089

>>11088

Or he’s just a colossal sociopathic faggot.

 No.11090

>>11079
What? People are always wallowing. You wallow in misery anytime some thing happens to you where the feeling you gives is more comfortable than fixing the problem. You wallow in anger after a bad day. You wallow in sadness after you lose love etc. It's a perfectly natural thing to expirience, unless you've never experienced any failure.

 No.11091

>>11085
>prime college time
You're an adult. Stop being pampered. College isn't children. You have the mindset to make deductions and find solutions. Use that instead of your emotions. Wallowing isn't synonymous with experience. Everyone experiences failure, letting it consume your thoughts is just stacking failure on top of itself.

>>11081
>Mental illness is a doozy
If it's mental illness, then it isn't normal, is it?

>>11088
The CDC has published that Millenial males don't consider themselves adults until 27 and 25 for females. Emotional growth is stagnating and that's a serious issue. So although most current 20 year olds wouldn't agree, it is true that most 20 year olds are experiencing stunted growth, so still consider themselves children or transitioning into adulthood. Why is that? Maybe there are causes that keep young people from learning to cope and we should look for those solutions to that.

>>11089
Just the last part.

>>11090
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>>11091

this.

it doesn't have to be a huge project, just something to help you center yourself

 No.11093

>>11091

I grew up in a really shitty household and while I was able to get some associate degrees, I'm just now getting my life off the floor at 28.

I feel that for many, it's just easier to play vidya and not really give a fuck. Society is garbage. It's easy to get lost in escapism and have a difficult time finding your way out.

I think the problems my generation are seeing is only the beginning. I think it'll be worse down the road for others.



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 No.11058[Reply]

Nintendo Direct 2/13/2019

GET HYPE
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 No.11064

>>11059
F-Zero x StarFox game confirmed! Suck it.

 No.11066

>>11064
>>11059
>>11058
sonic masterrace

 No.11067

>>11066
Sonic Team Racing also confirmed. OWNED!

 No.11068

>>11067
oh

well okay I guess

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>>11058
>no Pokemon
I'm kind of disappointed. Was expecting it.



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 No.10382[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

current wallpapers and post other wallpaper you just like as well
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 No.11032

>>11031
I think it was meant for >>11024

 No.11034

>>11032

Well thanks for the explanation, guess I really am a retarded boomer.

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 No.10896[Reply]

I wanted to make this thread to discuss video games that have impacted you profoundly in some way. I know most games are just dumb fun, but I and I'm sure most have you have come across a game or two that changed the way you thought about the world in a very real way. I'll begin with one of the games that changed me.

Today marks seven years since the release of Katawa Shoujo, a game that was very meaningful for me. It taught me a lot about relationships and life, and helped me look at my own dealings with people in a different way. It taught me to be more compassionate, to never white knight. It also taught me that I'll never truly know what is going on in someone's head, nor will anyone else know what is going on in mine. It's free, and you can download it here: http://www.katawa-shoujo.com/

What are some games that changed you, finalchan?
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>>10942
I just recently threw away my drum kit.
Theres a chuck of wood on the left most pad.

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>>10896
On the subject of VNs, a lot of games by Key really got to me and taught me a lot. Kanon taught me a lot about the importance of memories and what they mean to us. It also taught me about how our actions, even those when we were children, affect those around us for a long time afterwards. Clannad taught me about the importance of family and the struggle with change. It taught me about being an adult and not to look down on people who may appear to be wasting their lives. Planetarian taught me to never take for granted the beauty of the natural world and how to find joy in the happiness of others. Here's one of my favorite quotes from Kanon.
>But I don't mind predictable stories. I mean… When you’re halfway through a story, you want to be able to look forward to a happy ending, right? You don’t want it to be sad, life’s tough enough without that. I believe that’s where fiction came from… people dreaming about a world where things end happily.

 No.11037

>>11036
The best works of fiction end on a sad not.

The American
The Good Earth
Moby Dick
etc.

What you learned from VN is that happiness is some sort of goal, as opposed to experience and growth. No one grows with a happy ending. That's the ending to chick flicks for a reason.

 No.11038

>>11037

Everyone needs an avenue of escape at some point. Having a nice clean story that buttons itself up at the end has its own benefits.

If all you ever have is shit, eventually you forget anything else exists. You need balance and there is more than enough content out there to provide that.

>>11036

For that anon, they take solace in there medium of choice, in this case VNs.

 No.11039

>>11037
I have several thoughts about this post. So, first of all, re: sad endings, I think what's important is two things. The first is that the quote I posted is great because of the context of the character and situation. Obviously, this makes it less than ideal to post randomly in hindsight, but I think it is a valid point. Hamlet's "My thoughts be bloody or nothing worth" speech only works because of who he is and the context, not because it is necessarily always true. I'm not trying to compare Kanon to Shakespeare, but the concept is important. Obviously, a different quote probably would have worked better though. Secondly, I think that in many respects, sad endings are still happy for the reader. A good sad ending has some sort of catharsis and logic behind it. As a reader, I accept the ending and I understand why it happened. I can grasp it logically. This is already a huge step up from life, where so often things feel as if they are just random or do not serve any purpose. So maybe the better way to put it is that people dream of a world where there is justice and logic behind tragedy, but it's a bit more cumbersome, isn't it? It should also be noted that the VNs I listed do not necessarily have happy endings themselves. Planetarian has a tragic ending, and Kanon has a bittersweet one. Clannad has a happy ending, but only after much hardship and tragedy.
>No one grows with a happy ending
This is something I just can't agree with. Character growth can happen well with happy or sad endings. Take Lord of the Rings as an example. Do we say that there was no growth for anyone, even though they ultimately defeat Sauron? Of course, all is not totally perfect, but overall, the ending can certainly be considered a happy one. Or, to use another Shakespeare example, are Beatrice and Benedick the same people at the end as they are at the beginning? Of course not. Just because things end up well does not mean you lose whatever lesson you learned along the way. Let's say I'm unemployed, and my goal is to get a job. If I work hard, clean up my appearance, practice interviewing, make my resume better, and ultimately find gainful employment, does that mean I didn't grow in the process? I don't know of anyone who would come to that conclusion.



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 No.9584[Reply]

I am more powerful than all of you faggots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENs91xw0X3E

 No.9585

neither do i, i only listen to porn audiobooks narrated by old white men. get on my level

 No.9586

Porn is only a problem when you either
A) cant get off to your imagination
B) are entering a kink spiral where you have to use more and more fucked up shit just to get a boner (looking at you 4/d/)

 No.9588

>>9586
B happens to a shit ton of people, not just 4/d/. I see it all the time. I had to do a sort of nofap or reduced fap for a while to get back to normal tastes myself. I think that's really the most destructive thing about it.

 No.10991

>>9584
You don't like porn, but you get satisfaction from watching anime gore? What exactly about it do you find gratifying?

 No.11026

No, you post anime so you're just another dweeb.



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 No.10961[Reply]

Video game thread since /v/ is gone.

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 No.10984

>>10965
link? I bet I can beat your high score.

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>>10984

It was a ROM of Franklin the Turtle for the GBA, I don't want to post a link and have Nintendo all up finalchan's ass



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