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  1. Thomasbelcar


    Very fun, physics based game. I wish the game had more content in it, but right now there is probably enough to keep you entertained for a couple of hours.
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    The Last Night

    Really? I was looking out for it!
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    Hero Siege

    Hero Siege is very challenging and I had a pretty good time playing it with my friends. However, I found ranged classes better and more appealing than melee classes.
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    I've played Stellaris around it's original release and I had a very good time with it. Unfortunately, it's not as replayable or feature complete as other games of this genre (Paradox Real Time Strategy Games).
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    Very fun exploration game. I probably have around 100-200 hours on it by now. If you like crafting, this is the game for you.
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    Grim Dawn

    It is as good as Diablo and Path of Exile. Ross should definitely check out!
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    I haven't play this game, BUT I've heard it's very buggy and has a lot of problems. A lot of people said that this game's problems prevent it to be as fun and good as it could've been.
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    Hello Neighbor

    I completely agree with what bhlaab says here. It's a very buggy AND poorly designed game.
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    I gotta agree with RaTcHeT302 here. I thought Vampyr was going to be the next or a better version of Vampire: The Masquerade, but unfortunately it's as forgettable and bland as The Order: 1886....
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    Dead Cells

    Very interesting and fun game... It almost fell out of my radar, if it wasn't for the IGN Plagarism Debacle!
  11. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Hey Ross, check out Lossless Scaling on Steam. It's all you wanted all along! It is Lossless Integer Scale and sets the game in Fullscreen! Me and another user posted a review with the app compatibility , and it works with almost all games so far! Here is a video of me running DOSBox with this app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-TSiOEvoSY And here is a video of me running ScummVM games with this app: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hM5DN2-wa2I I also posted this on the January 2019 Videochat Official Questions Thread so you could see.
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    Birthday thread: Software

    Unfortunately. At least, probably Sizer can make Pharaoh's UI work in higher resolutions.
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    Birthday thread: Software

    Yeah, but I honestly think that Sizer and sometimes DxWnd does a great job in upscaling for better resolutions. Also, I think Ross want one solution for this problem and hack the engine of every game he plays doesn't seems reasonable (for me).
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    Birthday thread: Software

    I actually brought Borderless Gaming on Steam. Tried to run Undertale in Fullscreen "Bordeless". Didn't work out as planned. As you can see here: TUxjXf9_9j4 It seems that Borderless Window only works to DEDICATED FULLSCREEN. To games that only work in a WINDOW Borderless Gaming is the same thing as SIZER without the option to ajust the resolution and "window resizing snap size". EDIT 1: BTW Ross, ALL my videos (like this) are in Creative Commons Attribution license 3.0, so you can use all my videos in your Birthday Follow-Up video (if you make a Birthday Follow Up video).
  15. Thomasbelcar

    Birthday thread: Software

    Ross, I think we just found the best way to you for run old games. Borderless Gaming (Steam Link) + Sizer will make the fullscreen effect you desire. Just set Borderless Gaming to run in the original resolution of the desired game in a Borderless Window and set sizer to run it in full screen.

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