Cozy gaming locations thread. Hit me /b/
>pic related - Oakfield from Fable 2
Cranky Kong's cabin
Fucking love Cranky
A Hot Spring in Mother 3
Safest place in the whole game. And you can still die there.
This. Anywhere near your town center.
This music included in the pack
Cheep Cheep Reef
Skyrim with mods gives a warm feeling
Thought I'd dump a few good looking screenshots in there while I'm at it
What's your Skyrim character look like?
Maybe he's calmed by the darkness, molded by it.
What's /b/'s graphical setup for skyrim?
Mine is Realvision enb w/ ELFX and Climates of Tamriel
Fuck I haven't loaded the game up in a while. With all the fallout hype ive been more focused on replaying new vegas with the boatload of mods.
My recent character in skyrim was a Nord Male, Witch hunter. I dont have pics
Not derailing thread. I was gonna say Falkreath is pretty damn cozy to me. It's always kinda rainy, but beautiful.
You can say whatever you want, but there's no other game that gives you more artistical freedom than Skyrim. Even better it's also everything very asthetic. Realy amazing todays technology.
If it weren't for all the shit trying to kill you, the security room in FNaF would be pretty cozy. Throw you a space heater in there and a gaming rig? Best job ever.
Except for the previously mentioned shit trying to kill you.
Grizzly Hills with music.
You got a point, for sure. But no matter what someone has created in Minecraft, how huge, how detailed. I tihnk it can't beat the beauty, the details that Skyrim and its mods are offering.
The Witcher 3's geography is cozy if you take away all the necrophages and shit trying to kill you. Immersive as fuck, and rivals Arma
In anticipation of Fallout 4, keep posting those sex mods anon.
Dad's dining room actually
Yes, Xbox does have both modes. They actually just added Adventure Mode as well. Usually when I built on Xbox, I'd either be listening to music through the 'box, or listening to Tommy Sotomayor videos on the laptop. Minecraft is unplayable otherwise.
dwarf fortress is cosy as a whole, but embarking on a nice peaceful forest is the comfiest of feels
>striking the earth
>the first weeks of your fortress
>moving everything inside where it's safe (even though you're months away from the first goblins)
>assigning rooms and laying out the basic fortress
>tending to the needs of th seven dwarves
>that feel when the first strange mood is successful
>horribly sacrificing each wave of migrants to Armok, good of blood
Meh, I've never had trouble getting bored with Minecraft. Though I usually play stoned off my ass.
Protip for pc players: Download a huge ass map, like the Enterprise map or a computer map or the like, get high as fuck, and go look at all the shit. Hours and hours of fun.
Might be a little weird but I've always liked to hang out in undercity. Being underground, the cool color scheme, and the lighting just do it for me.
Not by a long shot. They had too much health, ganked, and were too short. It was awkward enough trying to swing at them as an experienced player. I can only imagine many newbies fell to the ham spank.
All the blood stains support this claim.
I remember I had a "squire" i liked to bring to karamja when I played runescape.
He basicly just lit up a fire for me and carried a reserve of lobsters so i could fight more demons.
Best idea i ever had.
Eventually he got leveled up alot and we parted ways.
Best Idea i've ever had though.