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Old 05-06-2012, 01:27 PM   #5926
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Yes, Psychonauts is a fun game. I need to restart playing it.
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:33 PM   #5927
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I was doing a let's play of psychonauts, but fraps would always crash it since it hates the video cutscenes for some reason...

So i ragequit it... (game is freaking awesome tho)
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:41 PM   #5928
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I played Psychonauts on Xbox and Costume Quest doesn't seem to interest me, but Stacking has caught my eye...

Does Costume Quest get more interesting? The demo was very bad, it relegated you to one easy battle and walking around the place hitting things.
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:42 PM   #5929
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Anyone listened to IG4 music?
Is it worth the money?
That is kinda subjective but for a good lot of people I would think its worth it.
Personally tho if I ever see 'Giraffage' on anything again I'll give an instant pass.
First time music has physically made me sick.

'The Flashbulb' has 2 good albums if you like electro. Great background music imo.

'Im Cwazy' was good for dubstep, and really good for beat hazard

'F-777' is much like 'The Flashbulb' but more upbeat. Still great background music.

and make that almost all of it is great for beat hazard.
Espcially the Great Big Sky and Tormishire OST's that are amazing on their own.
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:53 PM   #5930
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That is kinda subjective but for a good lot of people I would think its worth it.
Personally tho if I ever see 'Giraffage' on anything again I'll give an instant pass.
First time music has physically made me sick.

'The Flashbulb' has 2 good albums if you like electro. Great background music imo.

'Im Cwazy' was good for dubstep, and really good for beat hazard

'F-777' is much like 'The Flashbulb' but more upbeat. Still great background music.

and make that almost all of it is great for beat hazard.
Espcially the Great Big Sky and Tormishire OST's that are amazing on their own.
I second the amazing for RBS OST. Got it from IR and along with being a really good game, the music makes a very nice ambience.

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Old 05-06-2012, 02:16 PM   #5931
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Anyone listened to IG4 music?
Is it worth the money?
Some of what I've listened to so far is. I liked some of The Flashbulb's music. It sounds a bit like Classical music, except perhaps not as complex as and...{snorts} refined, perhaps fits the genre of easy-listening, but I'm not sure. Edit:Noticed rainami's post. Didn't listen to all of Flashbulb's music, so maybe he's right. I'm pretty sure some of it sounded closer to easy-listening though, at least some of it on the Arboreal album.

I was listening to F-777 and Kr1z's Remotion Vol1, because I liked some of Remotion Vol2 from IG3 and certainly F-777's free music and Viper EP. Again, it was great stuff, but my only gripe with it is that it's missing artist tags . Apart from that, it's pretty good, although I did prefer his free album.

I haven't got round to listening to the other stuff yet, but if you're a fan of modern classical and/or techno/electronic, I'd say it's worth the money. Though I'm sure it doesn't cater to everyone's tastes...

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Old 05-06-2012, 02:33 PM   #5932
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Personally, only Remotion Vol1 picked my interest. Otherwise, guess I'm more into game music.
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Old 05-06-2012, 02:39 PM   #5933
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I was doing a let's play of psychonauts, but fraps would always crash it since it hates the video cutscenes for some reason...
So i ragequit it... (game is freaking awesome tho)
Argh! Sometime it happens with fraps, i think it is a bit invasive
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Old 05-06-2012, 03:39 PM   #5934
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Does Costume Quest get more interesting? The demo was very bad, it relegated you to one easy battle and walking around the place hitting things.
I wouldn't say it gets more interesting. There are several mini-games but nothing special. Most of the time is spent in turn-based combat which isn't very exciting.

Having said all that I did have some fun with the game and it isn't very long so makes a reasonable stop-gap between other games.
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Old 05-06-2012, 04:20 PM   #5935
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updated

http://indiestate.blogspot.com/p/bundle-tracker.html

with new bundles
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Old 05-06-2012, 06:09 PM   #5936
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I was doing a let's play of psychonauts, but fraps would always crash it since it hates the video cutscenes for some reason...

So i ragequit it... (game is freaking awesome tho)
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Argh! Sometime it happens with fraps, i think it is a bit invasive
I always use Bandicam. Doesn't really lower my fps as far as I can tell, and every game I've thrown at it works well. ;D
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:09 PM   #5937
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Did anyone play Stacking before? I am interested in Pschonauts but not sure if I should pick up the bundle or just the game alone. Could anyone share some experience?
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:14 PM   #5938
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Did anyone play Stacking before? I am interested in Pschonauts but not sure if I should pick up the bundle or just the game alone. Could anyone share some experience?
I enjoyed Stacking very much. It's casual-ish puzzle-solving, basically an adventure game but not point-and-click. Like most Double Fine games, it's distinctive and stylish. It's kind of short if you blow through it, but if you play to get 100% completion, it's a decent length.
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Old 05-06-2012, 07:19 PM   #5939
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I enjoyed Stacking very much. It's casual-ish puzzle-solving, basically an adventure game but not point-and-click. Like most Double Fine games, it's distinctive and stylish. It's kind of short if you blow through it, but if you play to get 100% completion, it's a decent length.
Same here, I loved it (only played the trial though on Xbox), and it's got that Double Fine charm. Very much worth the $3.
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Old 05-06-2012, 09:33 PM   #5940
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Anyone know if the Positech bundle activates on Steam?
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