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Comrade 05/13/2016 (Fri) 22:42:14 [Preview] No. 5
what vidya does bunkerchan like
The Dark Souls franchise
Suoer Smash Brothers
Most Mario and Zelda games
pretty good taste

want to play a souls game but I don't have a controller for my PC
I'm a huge Zelda fan and love playing Kart Racing games tbh
Advance wars tbh lads
>want to play a souls game but I don't have a controller for my PC
My recommendation: buy a second hand Dualshock 3. It is pretty well supported on GNU/Linux system and the WinSCP driver makes it recognized by all games you love on Windows.

The D-pad is especially nice for retro games. I don't know if the Dualshock 4 is better, maybe it's more comfy in the hands.
80s/90s text adventures
Paradox RTSs
Tabletops (1st edition D&D especially)
90's JRPGs
Ill pretty much play anything thats DRM free and runs on Linux these days tbh.
FPSRPGS: STALKER, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines, Fallout: New Vegas

FPS: DOOM (it's all you need tbh), Blood, Shadow Warrior

RTS: Command and Conquer, Warcraft III

Text-based: Dorf Fort, Liberal Crime Squad

Turn-based: Darkest Dungeon
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Dark Souls, though I'm shit at it.
Civ 5 and Paradox games, mostly CK2.
Company of Heroes.

Classics are Age of Empires 2 and Heroes of Might and Magic 3.

I'd like to buy The Witcher but I'm stuck with a portable.

>mfw I haven't played anything in months now anyway bc coursework and theory
Stellaris is okay and the new patch should fix some of its glaring issues but it won't be great without serious modding or expansion packs


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