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  1. dualhunter

    What beer or liquor have you drank recently

    Wiser's 15 Year Old
  2. dualhunter

    General Gaming What are you playing today?

    Finished Mega Man X2, planning to start FFXII remaster tomorrow.
  3. dualhunter

    What beer or liquor have you drank recently

    I'm not a big fan of Crown Royal but I prefer this to regular Crown Royal.
  4. dualhunter

    PC No "headset hair" with Razer "Ifrit"

    I prefer the razor approach to preventing headset hair. The downside is that after using my Sennheiser 598s for an extended period of time I have little rectangles on the top of my head for a while after.
  5. dualhunter

    PC Tech What mouse do you all use?

    While I haven't used a vertical mouse, I find the different wrist position when holding a Wacom stylus very helpful so I am intrigued by vertical mice. I recently saw something about a new Logitech wireless gaming mouse that is low lag, I think this is it: https://news.logitech.com/press-release/gaming/new-logitech-g-pro-wireless-gaming-mouse-proven-winner Also, trying to play Starcraft with the double click on my old G500 is why I got the G502.
  6. dualhunter

    PC Tech What mouse do you all use?

    I have the Logitech G502, the non-RGB one since it was cheaper and I just wanted blue anyway. I haven't tried it so I don't know if it's any good for gaming but Logitech has a new vertical mouse. You're less likely to have wrist issues with it than with a normal mouse.
  7. I love when they advertise that it's a scam call like that. I guess the down side is that like Spork mentioned the numbers are often spoofed so I'm pretty sure that the few times when I've gotten calls from people I don't know claiming I called them when I didn't, it's because they missed a scam call that displayed my number and then called it back. I get them even less. I think the last one, my phone marked it as likely to be a scam.
  8. Watch Nintendo release an N64 Classic loaded with Mario Kart 64, Mario Party 2&3 and other multiplayer games but not produce enough controllers.
  9. dualhunter

    General Gaming What are you playing today?

    I'm hoping to finish FFX-2's The Last Mission tonight.
  10. dualhunter

    Vintage game party

    Last year my sister had some friends over and I hooked up the SNES but most of the games were having issues (either wouldn't start or would lock up, probably from spending years in a box and naturally my cleaning cartridge from the early 90s was useless having dried out long ago). Killer Instinct was one of the games that was still working. In the end my sister and I ended up playing through SMW and DKC 1-3 on Wii U Virtual Console. We also got Mario Kart 64 (another sister has the cart so we got it on VC) because they were complaining about Mario Kart 8 and my sister and I started playing a warp-less run of SMB3 but she lost interest in World 6. N64 is great for a retro party. Besides Mario Kart 64, there are games like Star Fox 64 (make sure to unlock tanks and no vehicle), Bomberman 64, Mario Party 1-3 (though if you play the first one go easy spinning the analog stick), Diddy Kong Racing, Super Smash Bros. and Goldeneye. There are also puzzle games including 2 versions of Tetris, other shooters such as Turok and South Park, other racing games, and I recall having fun with Battletanx when I rented it.
  11. In that case get the PC version to enable turbo. I think the main things you need to enjoy FFVIII are to know how the rank system works for pay days (the max gil booster will make it so you don't even need to worry about that) and how the card game works. It also helps to play Chocobo World on the PC version, let it run until it maxes out the items and then backup your save so that you can keep importing it back into the main game so that you don't have to farm as many items (if the updated PC version has an all items booster like FFX/X-2 you can skip it). A potential downside of the PC version is a certain part where you have to input buttons according to on screen prompts if you're not using an Xbox controller. It was a pain on the old PC version where the prompts were for B1, B2, B3, etc.
  12. I think it was the DRM that limits how many times you can install it that was the issue. The Steam version of FFIX is great. The boosters make getting rare steals take less time and there's an easier way to win the jump rope minigame.
  13. Maybe they couldn't get Chocobo World to run I'm surprised Nintendo is letting them put FFX on Switch given how Lulu's Overdrive works
  14. The big question for me concerning versions of FFVII is do the vocals play for One Winged Angel? Are the PC versions the only ones that have the boosters? They really help with the more tedious aspects of these games.