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Any games with giant underwater creatures?

Also not so stealth deep sea thread
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Endless Ocean / Endless Ocean 2 are excellent games.
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monster hunter
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MH3U
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>>266364691
Outer Wilds
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there was this one game, alpha build, that had this crab in a battleship shell
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Fun fact:
We know more about deep space than we do about deep sea/ocean.
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>>266367116
That's a load of shit that only gets perpetuated because it's one of those ironic things that people love to believe.
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>>266367116
>We know more about somewhere we can't go than somewhere we can go
>mfw people think so
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>>266367828
>we can go to the deepest parts of the sea
You know nothing. The % of "mapped" deep parts of the oceans and seas are pretty small. Deep oceans are such a great mystery to scientists and biologists because even tho we have been there, it's only the tip of the iceberg. And we are not closer from going further than we have already gone because it's simply impossible.

>missing pic name anyways
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>>266367116
>We know more about deep space than we do about deep sea/ocean.
You nigga don't realize that there's multiple deep seas in space?
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>>266368259
We can go down to 3000-4000. While we can't reach the stars, because we have trouble going past pluto due the time scale.
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>>266367116
supposedly there is a blob of liquid water in space that is twice the size of earth.
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>>266368259
>the % of "mapped" deep parts of the oceans and seas are pretty small.
Unlike space...
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>>266368539
supposedly there is a mom in space bigger than youre mom
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>>266364691
The ocean hunter arcade game.

Fucking saweeeet gameplay.
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>>266368539
That's pretty cool. It doesn't make any sense, but it's cool. Here's a planet with a mantle of diamond and a crust of graphite.
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>>266368421
>We know more about deep space than we do about our planet's masses of water.
Better like this?
Damn you retards grasp at the most pathetic straws all the time.

>>266368467
>We can go
Going somewhere doesn't equal knowing something.

>>266368539
>We know more about deep space than we do about our planet's masses of water.
Keep grasping

>>266368692
Go check how much space around us is mapped. Then compare it to the underwater mapped parts in our planet.
Then come back so I can laugh at you.
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>>266368724
I don't believe that for a second.
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>>266368789
>the mantle is literally made out of cut diamonds that sparkle and shine
I hate graphic designers and artists' concepts.
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>>266365242
>excellent
>not fucking terrifying beyond believe
Probably the first game that ever gave me legit nightmares.
I can never play the night-time-mode because I get panic-attacks.
Fuck those goblin-sharks.
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>>266368925
>Go check how much space around us is mapped. Then compare it to the underwater mapped parts in our planet.
I honestly hope you aren't comparing straight distance with these too. Because nigger you'd be retarded to do that.

To put it in your own retarded words:
The % of "mapped" "deep" "parts" of "space" are pretty small. You do know how humongous huge space is, right?
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>>266364691
>ArcheAge
>ArcheAge Version 1.2 Build 4.11: Patch Notes
>* The Kraken has toughened its tentacles and now can only be damaged by siege weapons (including ship cannons). Prepare for a harder encounter with the terror of the deep, adventurers!
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>>266369143
>yfw it's actually made of diamonds
the"cut" part is probably for convenience since uncut and unpolished diamonds are no different than Halite.
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>>266364691
Hello
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>>266368925
Fun fact, there's "universe" outside of our observable universe, meaning that, regardless of how much we may have explored, it will mean have in the grand scheme of things
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>>266365475
Diluvean, or something close to that
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>>266369460
Bad choice of words from me since using %'s in space is really stupid.

Anyways, keep grasping at whatever you can but truth is that the amount of mapped space and information about deep space we have is WAY BIGGER than the information and mapped underwater we have.

You are free to go and check it yourself.

>>266369731
Fun fact, that doesn't prove my point wrong. We still know more about the unverse than we do about deep oceans and seas in our planet.
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>>266369731
It will mean jackswhit*
>>266369860
Well, you're retarded.

I guess I'm successfully baited
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>>266370042
>Well, you're retarded.
10/10 argument

as expected from /v/
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>>266370164
Hahaha anon, okey. You got me good.
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>>266369860
>using percentage to determine a portion of something is stupid
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>>266370242
It's clear I did.
Just look at yourself, pretending to know what are you talking about, saying that I'm wrong but not proving anything and throwing tantrums like a spoiled kid.
Indeed I got you.
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>>266370374
Using %s to compare 2 things like quantity of water and mapped UNIVERSE can be considered a a little bit retarded, yes.
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>>266370374
>50% of infinity
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Shadow of the colossus has one the most bad ass gigantic under water boss ever. Amazing. If you re into that, play it, NOW.
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>>266370408
Yeah, sure
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>>266370773
Yeah. Just check the thread.

Still no proof that I was wrong? Proving my point further.
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>>266370536
Universe is not infinite per se. Theories say that it's limited but constantly expanding.
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>>266367116
Depends pretty fucking wildly on what you consider "knowing". We don't understand dark energy, we don't understand dark matter. We have extremely limited knowledge in the exact way that planets are formed. We don't know the exact parameters how to differentiate huge gas giants from brown dwarfs.

While on the subject of seas, we have accurate maps of them, we understand how life works down there, we have some knowledge about the ecosystems et cetera.

In short, you're a fucking idiot.
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>deep sea thread on /v/
sooo when someone post IT?
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>>266367116
We have literally mapped the entire ocean floor
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>>266371264
depend on what you consider ACCURATE, UNDERSTAND and SOME KNOWLEDGE

We DON'T have accurate maps. And the ones we have are from parts that we can hardly consider deep.
We only understand/ecosystems how life works down there from the specimens that we got. And those are hardly all the speciments out there.

In short, you are a fucking idiot for assuming we know a lot about deep oceans because we have little hints of how things MIGHT work.


>>266371481
>that pic
>precise mapping
and again, mapping oceans floor doesn't equal to knowing about deep waters the same way that mapping the universe doesn't mean we know about the universe
I couldn't care less about mapping the ocean floors.
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>>266371059
Let's say it is limited. What happens when you get to the limit? Some impassable wall of force? And what's on the other side, entropy?
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>>266372389
I think I remember reading something about reaching the end and appearing in the opposite side or some shit but fuck me if I know.
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>>266371264
>we understand how life works down there
that is not entirely true.
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>Pressure threads are long gone
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why is v the best place for offtopic discussion?
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>>266372616
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>>266372114
Yeah, and we lack accurate information about the universe
We lack understanding of the universe

AND WE SEVERELY LACK SOME KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE UNIVERSE

Saying that we know more about the universe than about deep seas is objectively wrong. We do not know anything about the universe.
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>>266371481
Light can only penetrate the ocean by like 1000 metres. We also discover a multitude of new species every time we visit the abyssal plain and there is a ship in existence that can be down there for more than a few hours at a time.
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Only bitches and bustas is afraid of the sea
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>>266373220
isn't*
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>>266372654
You're probably thinking about this.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three-torus_model_of_the_universe

Pretty interesting stuff if true.
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>>266373054
>we lack information about the universe means we know more about deep oceans

You seem to be stuck in there. I'll help you with a little example.
Lets say the ALL we can learn from the universe is "100000".
Lets say that all we can learn from deep oceans is "100".

We know 100/100000 about the universe.
We know 30/100 about deep oceans.

We know more about Universe or deep oceans?
Remember: This is about what WE KNOW not about what we DONT KNOW.

Saying that we know nothing about the universe is FACTUALLY wrong, because we actually know quite a lot of stuff from the universe and we keep discovering things constantly.
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>>266364691
Dong Freeze
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>>266364691
Sadly yes, but at least the theme was good
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHQXMflSDcY
>tfw underwater will never be revamped and return
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WoW has a underwater zone with some giant sea creatures.

See that thing in the background? it's a creature too. It's stationary but alive and you can be in it's inside.
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>>266371481
Sonar mapping =/= knowing about the shit that lives down there, ship wrecks, etc.
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>>266374009
Forgot pic
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>>266373468
Well seems like that's what I was referring too indeed.
Even tho I remember the Möbius strip getting used as an example of how the universe could be infinite in the sense that reaching the end was reaching the beginning.
Something like that, it's really vague.
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God could de please stop talking about>>266367116
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>>266374129
To give you an idea of the scale
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>>266372883
>tfw when you will never play pressure
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>>266364691
shadow of the colossus has some
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>>266369471
Is Archage fun?
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Aquanox has a bunch of giant sea creatures. But your encounters with them mostly involve blasting the everloving shit out of them with your hyper advanced submarine. Plus, I don't think they fit into the setting that well.
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>>266376128

k dat was teh scary source?
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>>266367116
correction
>we've been into space more times then we've been to the bottom of the ocean
there. a fun fact that's actually true.
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