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August 3rd, 2018, 14:13


btw it wasn't me who started calling that rubbish as mushrooms. No, I don't know who started, all I remember is seeing it at quite a few places before ever writing it. I mean, I don't use that junk and in a perfect world I wouldn't need to mention it at all - such trash wouldn't exist.

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On the topic, first mod is out. Imagine what it does. PCizes the game, ofc!
https://www.dsogaming.com/news/first…blur-and-ssao/
This first version of Special-K for Yakuza 0 allows players to disable first-person blur, Depth of Field and SSAO.
Also, save anywhere is disabled by default and there is no ingame option to enable it?! Dafuq?
https://www.dsogaming.com/news/here-…e-in-yakuza-0/
- Make sure that ‘hidden files’ are showing in Windows.
- Go to Users\YourName\AppData\Roaming\Sega\Yakuza0.
- Open settings.ini and change SaveAnywhere=0 to SaveAnywhere=1.
- You will now be able to access a ‘save’ option in the settings menu.
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August 3rd, 2018, 14:14
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On another hand, I will praise any game that runs normally on i5/r5 but "misbehaves" on i7/i9/r7. I meanů You don't drive to work with formula one car, right?
Nah, I drive a little 1.6Lt Nissan. Still goes alright.

But I'm STILL using my 2700k sandy bridge CPU from… 2011? It's been overclocked to 4.5 for 7 years. No regrets here. Gimme an i7 every time if it's gonna last this long.

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August 3rd, 2018, 14:26
Originally Posted by joxer View Post
btw it wasn't me who started calling that rubbish as mushrooms. No, I don't know who started, all I remember is seeing it at quite a few places before ever writing it. I mean, I don't use that junk and in a perfect world I wouldn't need to mention it at all - such trash wouldn't exist.
Controllers! You know, keyboard and mouse is more or less a modern thing for PCs. It wasn't until 1998 that WASD became a thing when Unreal and Half-life rocked my world. If you go back to my early computers, Amiga, Atari ST, etc, they all used a joystick. I was still using keyboard only when Quake2 came out!

Mushroom is just a little analogue joystick.

Pressing a key can only be ON or OFF. The mushroom is analogue and sensitive to smaller inputs. That's why you can push it a little and he walks or press all the way down and he runs. That's better control.

The trigger buttons on controllers are the same and work much better if you wanted something like the accelerator pedal on a car. Pressing W so he just floors it isn't as good as having a full range of acceleration which lets you actually hold what speed you want to go instead of always going faster and faster.
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August 3rd, 2018, 14:35
I hoped you'll ask… But since you didn't, my old steam reviews:
Neptunia - https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/…mended/282900/
Sleeping Dogs - https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/…mended/307690/
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Mushroom is just a little analogue joystick.
That might be it's function. But it's looks are far from "stick".
And I used joystick on C64. There wasn't anything mushroom on it nor replacement parts were called mushrooms or mushroom caps in stores.
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Originally Posted by joxer View Post
I hoped you'll asků But since you didn't, my old steam reviews:
Neptunia - https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/…mended/282900/
Sleeping Dogs - https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/…mended/307690/

That might be it's function. But it's looks are far from "stick".
And I used joystick on C64. There wasn't anything mushroom on it nor replacement parts were called mushroom caps in stores.
Well, I wouldn't have bought that animae girls one, anyway. I got into anime early and left it early. To me it was about the GORE. I liked Fist of the North Star and Ninja Scroll and Mangas like that.

The Sleeping Dogs review is good, though. I think I'll buy it on special now!
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August 3rd, 2018, 14:53
You should get a controller. I'm relatively new to controller on PC, too. I bought mine for Dark Souls. I was so bad at using it that I couldn't walk over the tight-rope sections in Sens Fortress because I couldn't walk in a straight line!

Now I'm pretty good with them and could easily walk the tight-ropes. It's really handy to have a controller when console games like Yakuza 0 come out. I'd way rather have mushooms than cry about bad KB+M support in a game designed for controllers.
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August 3rd, 2018, 15:30
What a joke the WASD war started well before 1998. It was the epic fight of ijkl vs WASD…. gee the younger generation just can't get it right.

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It wasn't until 1998 that WASD became a thing when Unreal and Half-life rocked my world. .
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August 3rd, 2018, 15:49
IJKL? Never heard of it. What game uses this? I remember Loderunner on Apple ii had keys like this, but it was never part of FPS games. Name me one game where I J K L is the default keys. @you
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August 3rd, 2018, 17:12
Not my problem.

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IJKL? Never heard of it. What game uses this? I remember Loderunner on Apple ii had keys like this, but it was never part of FPS games. Name me one game where I J K L is the default keys. @you
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August 3rd, 2018, 17:31
Not your problem? xD

So, you can't name one game with IJKL as default keys? That was your problem if you wanted your comments to hold any weight.

But I knew you couldn't do it because I knew I was right.
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August 3rd, 2018, 19:22
Is that a set of ten black duckpins in that picture? Not sure if I've ever seen that colour used before for those!!
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Huh? Mushrooms?
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