Hello /v/ - are you having a cozy day?
What're you playing, now or later?
But anon, I'm playing video games right now.
I finished Box Boy today. I didn't expect so many feels from that game.
You don't have to.
Best of luck with the RNGods.
Ouch. Sounds like your alarm clock rings right in the middle of your deep sleep. Might be worth changing your sleeping habits around.
How're you liking Syndicate? Is the performance better?
I've just completed
Texhnolyze. I don't think I feel anything.
Considering I give fuck all about the overall AC lore, I still the game itself is fun. London looks really nice and the setting and characters are charming. It's also fun to mindlessly collect treasures and build up your gang throughout the city.
It's certainly not Black Flag, but if you approach it with a similar mindset it's a good time. I've noticed a few bugs here and there as well, but they're minimal and don't really bother me.
Failure is a nice first step towards success, anon. You'll be fine.
Hmh. How's the freeroaming this time around? Fluid, or are there hickups in terms of randomly climbing onto stuff?
I'm having an alright day so far. I won a subway giftcard. I made a new song today, the second in my challenge to make one awful song a day for a year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ph2BJUhNb8E
I'm addicted to Superbeat Xonic right now, which is unfortunate because I'm nearing the end of Stella Glow right now. But I can't stop rhythm gaming.
Is it worth a watch? I'm not usually much of an anime person, but I don't mind it for whenever there's a good one.
Damn, I've heard about song a week, but song a day for a year sounds like something of a challenge. Best of luck with Superbeat!
I seem to be able to make garbage like this in about an hour to an hour and a half. I figure doing this is better than having thousands of unfinished projects that I'll never get back to.
>Is it worth a watch?
Yes, but you may have to bear through it for the last episodes. If you're completely not in the mood of watching an existential crisis in an anime form you won't like it in the slightest.
It's infinitely better than I'd ever be able to whip up. Think you'll stick with it for a whole year?
Existential crisis isn't the first thing I think about when I think anime - I think this may be eye-opening. How long is it?
That's nice. Innovation is always interesting for something like Assassin's Creed.
I feel like I have to try or else I'm probably just going to give up on music. I was spending quite a few hours on tons of songs that I never finished. I feel like I'm at least getting somewhere with this.
Is this comfy thread but Canadian version?
It's hot down here in New Zealand, after a day of rain the weather really doesn't want to make up its mind but I do enjoy Christmas during the summer but sometimes I do wish I could have a White Christmas.
I've been playing Ni No Kuni, currently up to Yule. Glad I finally got the dragon, I like the world map but it's annoying to traverse and it looks like it was more designed around having it.
I still have a few weeks off, think I'll give it a look. Thanks, anon.
Sounds like you've found a way to overcome your own personal version of a writer's block.
It can be whatever you want. I'm still Danish
How're you liking it?
Someone posted it earlier. There's a lot of variations on that image.
What're you playing, anyway?
Woke up at 4pm and spent the rest of the day sleepy, what the fuck is wrong with me.
Also I got so much vidya I don't know where to start. Is Ori a good idea?
Ori's supposedly alright. Simple, but the aesthetics look max comfy.
I wish I could just stick with a video game for 30 minutes instead of this open/close bullshit I've been doing for 4 years
I wish I wasn't afraid of going on depression meds
Start doing some recreational activity that isn't video games for a while. I've recommended meditation before, and I'll do that again.
Maybe it'll be what helps you overcome all this, anon.
True comfiness is a mindset, anon. What're you playing?
>sat down to pus forward finishing TW3
>2 hours spent, tiny isle in skellige now has no more quests for me
>couldn't even hit lvl 26, theres like 4% left
So much shit to check out, so much loot to jew around with, so many peasants to take advantage of and so many pretty sights to ogle at for minutes, or just mindlessly run through lush forests and shit...
Can't keep playing...
>Can't keep playing...
You're almost there, anon.
I do trail walks every once in awhile but It's just coming up with the motivation to do anything. I also paint miniatures and it's been years since I've had the want to do anything with them
I'm just afraid that there would be no going back. I'm not suicidal and never have been, but what if I get stuck on meds that make it worse before they can find some that make it better? I don't even know what it would be like to not be this way or if I would like it.
Nothing past sleeping on it the wrong way
A good motivation would be keeping yourself active and preventing your depression from getting any worse.
Consult with whoever prescribes you the medication regularly and honestly. If any symptoms show. The earlier they're caught, the closer they can get to finding you a treatment that works.
nothing, I made that thread>>322661597 but some anons seem to be mean and they seem to like my style. But maybe Dragon's Crown later on or Initial D Extreme Stage since it's been a while since I last played it.
>freezing rain outside making the whole world icy
>Pretty much locked inside
>warm ginger lemon tea
>playing Mount and Blade
Half comfy, if I weren't so sick it would be better.
Ah well. Have fun with whatever you end up playing.
And those are some neat drawings, anon.
Hope your cold clears up soon, anon. How's your M&B campaign?