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Digital-only Clothing inspired by Fortnite now a thing Anonymous 11/15/2019 (Fri) 20:13:31 No. 3852 [Reply]
>Earlier this year Richard Ma, the chief executive of San Francisco-based security company Quantstamp, spent $9,500 (£7,500) on a dress for his wife.

>That is a lot of money for a dress, particularly when it does not exist, at least not in a physical form.Instead it was a digital dress, designed by fashion house The Fabricant, rendered on to an image of Richard's wife, Mary Ren, which can then be used on social media.

>"It's definitely very expensive, but it's also like an investment," Mr Ma says. He explains that he and his wife don't usually buy expensive clothing, but he wanted this piece because he thinks it has long-term value. "In 10 years time everybody will be 'wearing' digital fashion. It's a unique memento. It's a sign of the times." Ms Ren has shared the image on her personal Facebook page, and via WeChat, but opted not to post it on a more public platform.

>Another fashion house designing for the digital space is Carlings. The Scandinavian company released a digital street wear collection, starting at around £9 ($11), last October. It "sold out" within a month.

>"It sounds kinda stupid to say we 'sold out', which is theoretically impossible when you work with a (((digital collection))) because you can create as many as you want," explains Ronny Mikalsen, Carlings' brand director. "We had set a limit on the amount of products we were going to produce to make it a bit more special.

>Being digital-only allows designers to create items that can push boundaries of extravagance or possibilities. "You wouldn't buy a white t-shirt digitally, right? Because it makes no sense showing it off. So it has to be something that you really either want to show off, or an item that you wouldn't dare to buy physically, or you couldn't afford to buy physically." Carlings' digital collection was produced as part of a marketing campaign for their real, physical products. But the firm thinks the concept has potential - a second line of digital garments is planned for late 2019.

>The Fabricant releases new, free digital clothes on its website every month, but consumers need the skills, and software, to blend the items with their own pictures. This also means the company has to find another way to make money until digital fashion becomes more popular. We make our money by servicing fashion brands and retailers with their marketing needs, selling tools, and creating content that uses that aesthetic language of digital fashion," says The Fabricant founder Kerry Murphy. It is not entirely clear who is buying the digital garments from Carlings, or downloading clothes from The Fabricant.

>Mr Mikalsen says Carlings has sold between 200-250 digital pieces, but a search to find them on Instagram only resulted in four people who independently purchased from the collection and had no involvement with the company. However, some of the those clothes might have only been shared privately. Amber Jae Slooten, a co-founder and designer at The Fabricant, concedes it is mainly industry professionals, who use the CLO 3D software, that are downloading their clothes. "But it's also just people are very curious to see what the files look like. People just want to own the thing, especially since that one dress sold for $9,500."

>Marshal Cohen, chief retail analyst at market research company NPD Group, calls the emergence of digital fashion an "amazing phenomenon", but is yet to be convinced about its long-term impact. "Do I believe it's going to be something huge and stay forever? No." He says the technology works for people who want the perfect image. "If you don't like what you're wearing, but you love where you are, you now have the ability to transition your wardrobe, and digitally enhance the photograph to make it look like you're wearing the latest and greatest."

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>>4154
Used to be true but isn't any more. Soy boys and metrosexual guys act just like women and spend like them. Gen X men were the first real metrosexual generation where they considered male grooming as important as female grooming. From there it all snowballed.
>>4157
Grooming as in hygiene?
>>4159
Grooming as in primping like women. There aren't even proper barber shops most places anymore because modern men go to the salon with the women.
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>>4157
>>4160
Was Bateman a prototype?
>>4170
>takes care of his own appearance with little reliance on others
>is very physically fit
>fucks women then murders them
>instead of being pegged by women and then murdered by a bull
I'm not seeing the parallels here.

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HIGH QUALITY GONDOLA PAINTINGS Anonymous 11/19/2019 (Tue) 11:22:41 No. 4078 [Reply]
WHere were you when cake kike tried to sell you your own OC at a premium?
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>>4110
If I was Jim, I'd leave burgerland ASAP the federal laws here are very kiked see >>4107
>>4088
>They'll be dead in a few months/years anyway.
I'm not sure about that.
>>4100
Not all of them.
>>4114
Tell him on Facebook.
Some days ago (maybe weeks now) I was on anon.cafe /r9k/ and saw someone saying they wish they could make money drawing gondolas.
I'm starting to wonder if that was cakekike.
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>>4166
Why don't you link & ask?
https://web.archive.org/web/20191120054650/https://anon.cafe/r9k/res/197.html#460
This took me 8 minutes to pull up, knowing anon.cafe is a slow site.

You could even make a gondolamon, he makes the sprites, you produce finances, and I program.
>>4173
Because I didn't feel like it.

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Jewgle Stadia Anonymous 10/15/2019 (Tue) 18:23:09 Id:281e5f No. 2158 [Reply]
The future of gayming is here goyim fellow video game players.
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How exactly does negative latency work?
>(((google))) stadia finally launches
>it's every bit as shitty as anyone with at least one functioning brain cell knew it would be
How long until we see a wave of articles from gaming "journos" about how it was racist for the ebil huwite incels to want to play games without five second long lag times?
>>4156
It works by an AI calculating and rendering 10-20 frames ahead of your last input, then it display your choice on the screen, giving you the illusion of control.
>>4171
>The Deeply Concerning Ableism of Low Latency
>How alt-right chudflake trolls attacked Google Stadia for attempting to provide a gaming experience to the differently abled
>>4185
>chudflake
This word is new to me

/vgmg/ Bunker Edition Anonymous 08/22/2019 (Thu) 01:56:49 No. 260 [Reply]
Current pastebin link: https://pastebin.com/Pdr931hQ

As long as the platform have games, you can post demos, remixes, vgms, and original music. Rips and Trivia are highly appreciated.

I have been listening to some Outrunners and the music takes a different direction, compared to Outrun and Turbo Outrun, thanks to Takenobu Mistuyoshi of Daytona USA fame. Here's France from Outrunners on the MultiSystem 32 Arcade Board, Genesis, and an arrangement by B-univ (the successor to Sega Sound Team).
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Uncharted waters is still god tier.
>>4006
That was a bit more christmasy than I was thinking but in the right direction. The song that came to mind for me was the Bomberman 64's first level music (https://youtu.be/4qg0x07oaZY). It's comfy christmasy but it's not snow level jingling bells.
The SID chip is truly an anomaly when it comes to any soundchip due to its rushed design process. To this day, there are still new techniques being discovered and executed with style thanks to the seasoned C64 composers that still make music on it.

Here's a clip from a documentary about the SID chip and some music accompany it. The chip is capable of doing samples, speech synthesis, and many more.

Also, rip Ben Daglish, your music will never be forgetten.

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Thread where we laugh at Gaym Awards Anonymous 11/20/2019 (Wed) 11:24:24 No. 4187 [Reply]
GOTY nominees:
>Control
>Death Stranding
>Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
>Resident Evil 2
>Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
>The Outer Worlds

The absolute state of vidya.
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>>4188
What's with all you drama fags lately? You don't need to screencap other boards and spam that shit here. If we wanted to read cuckchan we would go to cuckchan.

>>4187
I'm nearly positive DMC5 was dropped for Outer worlds at the last second but it doesn't matter any way. Death Stranding is going to sweep the awards because it's a Kojima game. On that list RE2 is by far the best game there. It managed to equal a classic everyone loved as a remake of it, with unique strengths and weaknesses not just a clone of the original.
>>4192
O rly? And how many /v/ideogames IBs around the planet have and do you still visit?
>>4193
>other boards and spam that shit here
That's exactly my thoughts!
Why does OP want to talk about a bribing event?
>we
Never mind Collectivist scum.
Have fun laughing at a circus show like the the Oscars.
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>>4193
>It managed to equal a classic everyone loved as a remake of it, with unique strengths and weaknesses not just a clone of the original.
It's a shitty generic current year garbage.
Fuck off back to plebbit with that taste.
>>4187
>Control
/who/
>Death Stranding
<a shitty walking sim with progressive talking points
>Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
<smash game is goty material now
>Resident Evil 2
<a shitty remake
>Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
<50th Dark Souls game
>The Outer Worlds
<another shitty Destiny

Truly the current year.
Playing through control right now I'm saddened how no one can just start off a game letting you have fun, you have to slog through at least 30 minutes of stupid story bullshit before they give you a neat telekenesis ability, honestly I was pretty close to dropping the game.

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New Pokemons 11/04/2019 (Mon) 16:43:14 Id:120d90 No. 3212 [Reply]
/vp/ was leaks central when fags got a copy early. What do you think?

I like the ice cube penguin, it's a **cool
idea**
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>>4147
>>4148
>>4149
You seem upset. Did Nintendo cut your fursona so now you have to dilate to old fanart?
>>4152
o no btfo, looks like i have no choice but to give nintendo my money now
>>4098
Pokemon is a hugely successful franchise. There's no need for programming action gameplay and no real cutscenes needed. It's uncomplicated, and they've been making it for how many decades now?
They have the money and the manpower to make a game 10x as good as Sw/Sh, with a full dex and a dozen other features. They're just jews.
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<tfw nintoncuck has been probably permabanned on hirocuck's, thus his only outlet is julay's world
<He thinks people care about Twitchplays Émile Borel's Mécanique Statistique et Irréversibilité
>>4186
It's hugely successful but dying on it's feet too. Every generation does worse than the last. They keep trying to make gimmicks to save themselves and fail.

I would really like a good pokemon game again but I don't see it happening because fans are losing their shit over a smaller dex rather than all the problems SM introduced.

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RTS Thread - Dead genre, gookclick wins again! Anonymous 08/17/2019 (Sat) 12:58:32 No. 40 [Reply]
HERE GOES PASTA
http://annexconquer.com - Anime RTS that plays similar to Command and Conquer.
https://cncnet.org/ - Tiberian Dawn, Sun and Red Alert downloads as well as C&C MP fixes and patches. and Dawn of the Tiberian Age download so you can drive Stanks into pillboxes
http://www.hard-light.net/forums/index.php?board=210.0 - Mechcommander 2 Omnitech download, essentially a heavily modded Mechcommander 2 with a lot of campaigns.
http://www.massgate.org/ - World in Conflict MP fix
http://mechcommander.co.uk/ - Not only provides download links for the original Mechcommander but MP fixes as well
https://play0ad.com/ - 0 A.D., essentially an open sauce Age of Empires remake
https://springrts.com/ - Open Sauce RTS engine, used for a lot of free games similar to Total Annilihation/Supreme Commander
https://wz2100.net/ - Warzone 2100
https://mega.nz/#!qaA3jJpJ!3mGiYhnvsegqjU0bwPZeFjLIKD4lMLelzlD_w5MQK5g - An anon was kind enough to upload Swarm Assault for us.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/ky9ad4pj07e84fo/world_in_conflict_retail_1.000_en.zip - World in Conflict full game download; follow instructions on massgate to get working.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/6rtewh8qhquteap/setup_metal_fatigue_1.04_hotfix_%2821665%29.exe?dl=0 - Kind anon uploaded Metal Fatigue for us
https://mega.nz/#!OaQHGS6Z!N5ZhizpI5ZRnIiQ1ehEpiiUp9jYJxfPfqzZ7gCUBv8I - patch for Metal Fatigue if required
https://mega.nz/!ZhcwBSbR#!ZhcwBSbR!slNH61pneiRznT5u8mxKlh_oLyYCPXS0fXfWsxKyqRg - World War 3 Black Gold ISO
https://megaglest.org/ - freeware rts game that is sort of like an Age of Wonders game if it looked really shit.
http://www.mediafire.com/file/d82r8d7190oll2j/S.W.I.N.E.+HD+Remaster+v1.0.1610+%2829725%29+%5BGOG%5D.7z - S.W.I.N.E. HD
PASTA ENDS HERE

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What's a good game for the space admiral experience? Homeworld?
>>3832
I'm starting to see games that require not just windows 10, but the lastest version of the POS OS. Between that and the end of official win7 support in 2020, they are really trying to get normalfags to "upgrade".
>>3832
>>4167
Fuck I just realized I just repeated what you posted. I should probably get some sleep
>>4167
AoE2 DE also works on win7 from what I´ve read, but only if you install some shitty update (KB3080149, which is apparently Telemetry shit) so either way you have to install shit you dont want
>>4165
depends on what kinda scale you want. homeworld is a good start but only the original does the ticket. there's sins of a solar empire but that's a rts/4x hybrid. X gives you a pretty deep experience but it's also buried under alot of effort and not really an RTS. the Jupiter incident is probably your safest bet and genesis rising wouldn't be a bad idea either. birth of the federation isn't terrible for what it is.

there is alot of fucking space games dude.

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Vidya you have finished or are playing. Anonymous 10/03/2019 (Thu) 00:26:46 Id:41cbee No. 1623 [Reply]
Will you give you fellow anon a quick review or say if a vidya is good or not.
Also say which console or PC you are playing said vidya on.
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>>4177
Is something awfully wrong with every gameplay video out or are the animations just fucked for some reason?
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>>4176
>metroidvania
I played Intelligent Design yesterday. You place random plants down until 1 exceptionally cancerous variant takes over so you have a decent base for herbivores. You place random herbivores down until 1 cancerous species takes over and hopefully doesn't collapse the ecosystem. Same with carnivores but by that time you've got 10 FPS and hitting the entity cap so it's time to remove the limiter and oh you have a slideshow now. All the gene editing tools and graphs don't amount to shit and if being obscure wasn't enough reason to not use them they're also entirely unnecessary. Biomass gathering is only needed to expand the range around the crater you're in. You can't modify the environment. Movement is already slow before the heaps of lag hit you.

tl;dr there's no game in it
>>4178
Animations are all over the place. They try to hide it by an always on motion blur even when you turn it off but it's noticeable. It's one of those "can't quite judge distance" types of games. The camera when locked on centers right in the middle, so instead of focusing on your enemy it focuses on the back of the ginger's head. He runs as if he has a pool cue up his ass, the running animations is downright hilarious. I have no idea what's wrong with animators these days it's like Mass Effect Andromeda where everyone has scoliosis or never got the polio vaccine. It was never meant to be a Star Wars game and it shows. Nier Automata has a barren ass world and that game has metric tons more atmosphere than this.

The game is actually enjoyable all things considered.
>>4181
Sounds kind of neat to me actually. I'd like all the obscure little tools I think.

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AI War: Fleet Command general Anonymous 11/19/2019 (Tue) 06:45:57 No. 4056 [Reply]
SURVIVE AGAINST AI'S ONSLAUGHT AND FORMAT THEIR HARD DRIVE

AI War: Fleet Command is a mix of RTS, grand strategy and tower defense that takes place in a space setting. The objective is to defeat two AI's by conquering their homeworlds and simultaneously trying to NOT DIE as both AI's attempt to flood your planets with massive enemy fleets.

>Why play it?
AI opponents have a shared difficulty score that affects how hard it rapes players - the more it has, the more ships will come to invade with every wave, the more advanced they'll be, etc. It can be adjusted by not destroying certain AI structures, not letting AI destroy some of your structures and planning out conquests. The way difficulty works makes it more of a puzzle than a normal rts.
This game has a massive amount of expansions, which increases it's replay value massively. Last time we played it, it took 10 hours just to beat it on a planet count reduced from 80 to 60.
The AI's adapt and can figure out ways to fuck up your designated chokepoint if players let it do so. It has numerous difficulty settings - everything below 7 is easymodo, 7 is average, 8 is challenging, 9 is very challenging and 10 is designed to be unwinnable. It also has different types related to it that can be set at the start of the game - Speed Racer AI's ship speed is cranked up, Fortress King has massive fuckoff fortresses on almost every planet, there are tons of those to choose from.
There are also Plots related to the contents of the game, such as Golems, Astro Trains et cetera. Just know that there is a lot of content to the game.

>Links?
Windows:
https://mega.nz/#!rlJ20DBb!A5p7GFBWqvidGuCQK1gT69z85CZc4huHhMEmteoETJ8 - main game (~300 mb)
https://mega.nz/#!zkgxTCpS!1DbQvpDlUPkHjQO0dEbzahnTpZ0AEDHRmAeBoEUL_B0 - dlc (~650 mb)
Linux:
https://mega.nz/#!H4pmASDJ!WgucS8oK-Zi9RDJZYdJ6B5CyhNTXaomVphOfBoqigtk - main game
https://mega.nz/#!D8hGEI5T!h2E1C9WGXe8pXlr8ZhjvSGTLXX4KXyIGgXa_wzp4HhY - dlc

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HOW TO NOT BE SLOW AS FUCK

DEFAULT HOTKEYS

>Tab: Open Galaxy view
>Ctrl+number (Ctrl+1/Ctrl+2, etc) - Assign Control Group
>1/2, etc - Select Control Group
>Shift: Keep units selected (do not deselect when clicking another unit/group)
>B: Build shit at your planet base
>F: Flare (all players see a "pay attention" marker at a certain location)
>P: Pause (pausing stops the whole game until someone unpauses)

BUILDING MODE HOTKEYS

>Hold shift while building structures: placement mode doesn't cancel
>Hold ctrl while building structures: build five structures at a time

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sounds intredasting in fact of course.
Bump, if anybody wants to try it I can host small games on Wednesday or Thursday just to explain things.
its a fun game. we should maybe set something up on cytube to coordinate games.

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Anonymous 10/19/2019 (Sat) 16:26:22 Id:7f223d No. 2318 [Reply]
>9th gen starts next year
>8th gen came and went, leaving pretty much no memory
>is actually one of the longest gens, clocking on 7 years
>haven't even touched it yet
>play mostly 5th and 6th gen anyway
Post when jews can't have you
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>>2568
That person is absolutely bonkers. Absolutely bonkers. What a degenerate. If you are remotely spiritually woke, stay away from this "man". That's the leftist-commie end game. Terrifying.
>>2581
>I don't doubt a bit that you know more than me, but you should know damn well that graph doesn't express a full-stop, it represents a sharp decline.
Don't be that kind of fag, pls.
"Sharp decline" is the other name for falling off a cliff. There's inertia to everything so obviously it would not go from 100% to 0% within days.
Geez.
>>4073
Oh, I'm sorry for recommending something busted.
>>4115
Not your fault man. I'm sure they will patch it and it's worth a look in the future.
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>>3952
Don't forget this classic. Ironically it's the third world that loves the classic shit because they couldn't afford to play the latest.

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