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Fatalfox posted a topic in Yu-Gi-Oh! General GroundzBefore I even start this post I just want people know I am not the creator of this game or affiliated with it in anyway so I am not self advertising my website. Just a person who plays on it and would like more people to know it exists. With that said this seems to be a yugioh game that gets overlooked by almost everyone in favor of the more well known mainstream ones. Its a really unique one that plays like the older GBA style games where you had a map you walked on, characters you controlled and just a place to explore in general. All other yugioh games are just lobbies where you click "Duel" and one begins and it is convenient and straight forward but its nice to have some uniqueness and variety now and then. Some features of Duel Monsters Genesis include: Speed Duels, Turbo Duels, Tag Team Duels, Free For All Duels, A world map to explore and various dueling areas, Character customization and custom avatars, Custom attack names and summon chants for monsters, cards usable from the anime and video game series that did not have TCG/OCG prints and so much more! Don't get me wrong its great playing those ones and I don't want anyone to stop playing them but I at least want this game to have its fair shot to see if people would enjoy the aesthetic of it. I've played on this game for years now and it still hasent lost its charm, the only thing its lost is its high player base and so sometimes its hard to even find a duel anymore which is extremely saddening. In order to play the game you need BYOND and to have an account so ill leave that in here as well. http://www.byond.com/download/ https://secure.byond.com/Join and after that you can either find the game in the BYOND pager by name to join it, the pager has been opened already in your toolbar so you gotta go right click it and hit Open or it wont open automatically. You can also join it from the website link if you dont want to use the pager http://www.byond.com/games/EternalDuelistSoul/DuelMonstersGenesis When you join the game you may see a black screen and lag for a while but thats normal. The game is on an older program and takes time to load everything in for your first time or when a major update hits the game. The game can take some getting used to so ill leave this rather handy video guide someone made for the game. It may be missing a few things but if so don't be afraid to ask anyone in the game for help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuIVkF_eAOY
In Warframe, up to four players work together to complete missions, such as eliminating enemies or retrieving data from terminals. Players wear a battlesuit called a Warframe, each with its own set of abilities and statistics; and are equipped with three weapons—a primary weapon (such as a rifle or shotgun), a secondary weapon (usually a pistol), and a melee weapon (like a longsword). Players earn Affinity (experience points) for killing enemies and completing challenges and missions, which allows them to level up their weapons and armor. Warframes and weaponry have access to modifications, or "mods", that can be installed, removed and upgraded before and after missions; the higher the Affinity rank of any one piece of equipment, the more mods it can accommodate. The camera is positioned over the shoulder for third-person shooting. The player can jump, sprint, slide, and roll, as well as combine techniques to quickly move throughout the level and avoid enemy fire. The game also allows players to utilize parkour techniques to evade enemies, bypass obstacles or gain access to secret areas. Maps are generated procedurally; with prebuilt rooms connected together so that no levels have the same layout. At times, the enemy faction can initiate a lockdown of the area, forcing players to hack security terminals by completing a puzzle minigame within a small time limit. Credits, ammo, resources, and mods can be found in set locations, such as lockers and destructible containers, as well as dropped by enemies. New weapons, Warframes, and equipment can be purchased in the market (either the items themselves or their blueprints), using either Credits earned in-game, or Platinum purchased via microtransaction. Blueprints can be constructed using resources found during gameplay. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oLnBiBmo48 This game is available on PS4 and as a FREE Download on STEAM for PC. This is personally one of the best FPS games I've ever played. Credits: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warframe
Yugioh is around for a decade now. And i think we can all agree the credit doesn't go to the creators of the game nor the rights holder and producer. At least not entirely. Had a whole part written in lousy english and deleted it, decided to keep it short. I will get straight to my point. Players of all ranks (can't find a better word for it) contribute to the Yugioh community in various ways. The most notable being articles and advice posted on many web portals. This should be done by those who actually make a living with this game, but it is not. It is done by players. Some do it professionaly, some do it well, while others just make videos of trade binders and box opening. Doesn't matter. Our favourite game is still around because of us. The players. At least the "more creative" part of the player base. I am interested, what do YOU do to help our game? What do you do to engage less achieving players? Do you write articles, make videos, make us laugh, give away cards, run a store...? Do you get paid for what you do? What drives you? The point? Who cares. Just throw your achievements and work here and brag a little. You might inspire others to do something or give them ideas on what to add.