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    • 2016 ScrewAttack g1 March Madness Challenge!

      3 years ago

      AbramsX

      Welcome the 2016 Screwattack g1 March Madness Challenge!

      What is "March Madness"?

      It is the annual tournament between 64 of NCAA Men's College Basketball's top teams! Each team pairs off, with each win advancing to the next round and a new opponent! The last team standing become the NCAA Men's Basketball Champions!


      WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH ME?

      Well, anyone can enter the contest. You can be a supreme College Basketball enthusiast or a casual passerby who just happened to click on the link. Also, if you have one of the best brackets by the time the tournament ends, you can win a prize!


      How do you enter?

      By clicking this link to our ESPN Tournament Challenge Group; ScrewAttack g1 Challenge (this year's password is "g1nation")! By creating a bracket using your g1 username (or your username there is the same). From there just follow the instructions, picking by match which team you think will advance to the next round, ultimately making your pick for which team will go home with the title.

      Again, however (as I cannot stress this enough); MAKE SURE YOUR BRACKET CONTAINS YOUR g1 NAME OR ESPN USERNAME MATCHES YOUR g1 USERNAME! Otherwise your bracket will be out of contention and YOU WONT WIN.


      IS that it?!

      Yup that is it... however as of this posting you only have a limited amount of time... deadline for new tournament entry submissions ends with the beginning of the first round this Thursday March 17th @ 12pm EST!

      Top 3 winners (those who have made the most correct guesses/accumulated the most points) will receive prizes after the tournament has ended.


      How to play?

      As stated previously, you just need to join our ScrewAttack g1 Challenge group (PW is "g1nation") and follow the directions from there!

      Each Team you correctly pick to advance will award you points toward your total score... The father the team advances, the more points they can get you!

      For more information specifically on ESPN's website, please click here!


      Prizes

      Will be as follows;

      • 1st Place Winner (Champion) will receive up to $20 in Steam Games or something equivalent
      • 2nd Place Winner will receive up to $10 in Steam Game(s) or equivalent
      • 3rd Place Winner will receive up to $5 in Steam Games or something equal

      Anything Else?

      Nothing other then, once again make SURE you either signed up to ESPN using you g1 name or at least named your bracket with your g1 name, then everything is excellent.

      Also, some fun facts to help you on your way;

      1. Lowest Seed to ever WIN the tournament was 1985's Villinova @ #8
      2. Lowest seed to ever advance to the Final Four (semi-finals round), is #11
      3. #16 seeds have NEVER advanced past the first round (against #1 seeds) EVER
      4. #15 hasn't fared much better; with only 7 teams ever since the beginning, moving onto the second round

      That's it for now! Hopefully the above info helps. Hope to see you in the group!

      The ScrewAttack g1 March Madness Challenge

      Password is "g1nation"

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    • NCAA Basketball March Madness: ScrewAttack g1 Challenge!

      4 years ago

      AbramsX

      Come one and all to the Screwattack g1 March Madness Challenge!

       

      What is "March Madness"?

      It is the annual tounament between 64 of NCAA Men's College Basketball's top teams! Each team pairs off, with each win advancing to the next round and a new opponent! The last team standing become the NCAA Men's Basketball Champions!

       

      WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH ME?

      Well, anyone can enter the contest. You can be a supreme College Basketball enthusiast or a casual passerby who ust happened to click on the link. Also, if you have one of the best brackets by the time the tournament ends, you can win a prize!

       

      How do you enter?

      By clicking this link to our ESPN Tournament Challenge Group; ScrewAttack g1 Challenge (password is "satourney")! By creating a bracket using your g1 username (or your username there is the same). From there just follow the instuctions, picking by match which team you think will advance to the next round, ultimately making your pick for which team will go home with the title.

      Again, however (as I cannot stress this enough); MAKE SURE YOUR BACKET CONTAINS YOUR g1 NAME OR ESPN USERNAME MATCHES YOUR g1 USERNAME! Otherwise your brakcet will be out of contention and YOU WONT WIN.

       

      IS that it?!

      Yup that is it... however as of this posting you only have a limited amount of time... deadline for new tournament entry submissions ends with the beginning of the first round this Thursday March 19th @ 12pm EST!

      Top 3 winners (those who have made the most correct guesses/accumlated the most points) will recieve prizes after the tournament has ended.

       

      How to play?

      As stated previously, you just need to join our ScrewAttack g1 Challenge group (PW is "satourney") and follow the directions from there!

      Each Team you correctly pick to advance will award you points toward your total score... The father the team advances, the more points they can get you!

      For more information specifically on ESPN's website, please click here!

       

      Prizes

      Will be as follows;

      • 1st Place Winner (Champion) will recieve up to $20 in Steam Games or something equivalent
      • 2nd Place Winner will recieve up to $10 in Steam Game(s) or equivalent
      • 3rd Place Winner will recieve up to $5 in Steam Games or comething equal

       

      Anything Else?

      Nothing other then, once again make SURE you either signed up to ESPN using you g1 name or at least named your bracekt with your g1, then everything is excellent.

      Also, some fun facts to help you on your way;

      1. Lowest Seed to ever WIN the tournament was 1985's Villinova @ #8
      2. Lowest seed to ever advance to the Final Four (semi-finals round), is #11
      3. #16 seeds have NEVER advanced past the first round (against #1 seeds) EVER
      4. #15 hasn't faired much better; with only 7 teams ever since ithe beginning, moving onto the second round

       

      That's it for now! Hopefully the above info helps. Hope to see you in the group!

       

       

       

      The ScrewAttack g1 March Madness Challenge

      Password is "satourney"

       

    • [Sign-Ups] ScrewAttack Mafia Round XXIX "Mega Mayhem" is here!

      6 years ago

      AbramsX

      Dr. Light sighed as he sat back in his chair, looking at his computer at the speech he was writing. It had been 10 years since Dr. Wily last tried to take over the world by corrupting robots with the Roboenza virus. Many thought the evil scientist gave up his dreams of world domination, others thought he just died. Dr. Light was preparing for an expo where he would show off his most recent project. He had spent the past couple years rebuilding some of Wily's old robot masters, re-purposing them so they could help humanity like the first 6 were originally intended, all those years ago. As he took a break from writing his speech, he couldn't help but worry that Wily would come out of hiding to wreck everything...

       

      Welcome to Round XXXIX of ScrewAttack Mafia!

      This round is hosted by the g1 Blazerxz! The theme of this round is based on the classic Capcom franchise, MegaMan.

       

      How to Play

      Forum Mafia is a game played between the uninformed majority, the Town (allies of Dr. Light) and an informed minority, the Mafia (Wily & his minions). Each side will have roles, as well as additional factions in the game depending on the Moderator, Theme, and Set-up.

      The Civilians are only allowed communicate, in regards to the game, inside of this thread. There are few exceptions to this rule, though never impossible.

      The Mafia can communicate in private & coordinate, deciding on who they want to kill as well as other actions they may have. The Mafia will be trying to blend in with the Civilians, pretending to be them.

      There can be other factions in this game, though they will be hidden. They too can have their own actions, as well as communicate in private, depending on their specific powers.

      The game is divided into cycles/chapters, with a repeating Day/Night phases.

      During the “Day phase” all alive players will discuss in the thread who they think is suspicious, present evidence (such as clues or other info they may have), and “Vote” on who they think is scum. The Day phase ends after a certain amount of time, and who ever has the most votes will “lynched/killed”, aka removed from the game.

      During the “Night cycle” The Mafia has their own personal kill, the “whack”, which is decided on by the members of the Mafia. Additionally, there will also be other players (not just Mafia) with their own actions they can perform at this time, as well as other factions with their own abilities. These include potential roles such as the Cop, Doctor, and/or Role-blocker. NOT ALL ACTIONS ARE NECESSARILY EXCLUSIVE TO THE NIGHT PHASE.

      Once the night phase ends, all Night actions submitted will take effect and the cycle will re-enter the Day phase.

      This continues until one of the factions achieves their win conditions, and the game ends.

       

      RULES

      General Gameplay and Etiquette
       
      1. Read these rules. By asking any questions that can be answered by reading these rules, Blazerxz reserves the right to ridicule you.

      2. Play to Win, but try to have fun at the same time.

      3. You may not quote private Moderator-supplied information (either real or fabricated) of any kind. Paraphrasing (for role claims, etc.) is acceptable.

      4. There is to be no personal communication outside of the forum postings unless your role PM specifically allows it.

      5. If you have a role with a Night action your choices are due to me by the posted deadline. If I do not receive your choice via PM by the posted deadline you will forfeit your actions.

      6. Any player with a Night action may instead submit a “No Action” PM to let the Mod know that you do not want to perform your expected action that Night phase.

      6. As a general rule you should aim for one post every 24 hours, minimum, to keep the game moving.

      7. You may edit your posts, but like last round, you have to have the old version in a spoiler and list why you are editing your post.
       
       
       
      Voting, Deadlines, and Player Death
       

      1. This game will have public voting with 3 day deadlines until the start of day 3. From then there will be 2 day deadlines. The player with the most votes at the deadline will be lynched. At deadline, if the votes are tied on 2 or more players, a no lynch will occur.

      2. Please submit votes as: Vote: PlayerName in the thread. Votes will NOT be counted if they are not bold or underlined! Obvious abbreviations or nicknames will be counted so long as they are unambiguous.

      3. Please submit vote revocations as Unvote: PlayerName or Unvote. Unvotes are not necessary before changing votes.

      4. You may Vote: No Lynch - a simple majority of these vote types are required to send the game to Night phase without a lynch.

      5. Once a player is lynched the game enters twilight until I post a death scene; all players including the one who was lynched may continue to post during twilight.

      6. Once the host posts your death scene, you are allowed one post with no game related content (e.g. "Go town"). Dead players will be supplied a dead quicktopic to discuss the game.

      7. Please keep excessive spam during the game to a minimum. We will continue using the Mafia Void as a spam thread. Before the game officially starts, you may spam if you wish, but please don’t overdo it.

       
       
      Mechanics/Miscellaneous
       
      1. This game will begin with Day 1.

      2. All Nights are 24 hours long and the thread will be “locked” during this time period. You may not post after I have declared it locked. After the host has declared it open, you may post again. The host will use a zero-tolerance policy regarding this, resulting in immediate player death.

      3. Target size is 20 players.

      4. If you do not post for more than 48 hours during a single lynch day, the host will prod you. Failure to post 24 hours after receiving a prod or receiving two prods throughout the game will result in replacement if applicable.

      5. The following is all that will be enclosed about the roles and factions

      Factions
      • Town: Wins when all threats are eliminated
      • Mafia: Wins when they match or outnumber the rest of the players
      • Third Party: Unknown win condition

      Roles
      • May have modifiers/x-shot limitations
      • Mafia will have roles
      • The only role that blazer is willing to reveal is Mega Man, simply because his is unique. He starts off powerless, but after a mafia member dies, he gains a similar ability to the one of the dead mafia member. However, once another mafia member dies, he loses his previous ability. The best description for this role is Modified Backup.

      6. There are no clues.

      7. The moderator will never lie to you. All information you are disclosed is true. However, this post plus your role PM is all I will tell you, not counting clarification per request. Be wary not to assume things you don't know about the setup.
       
       

      Post /in on the game thread to join! Sign-ups will end by the 4th of July or when the player cap of 20 is hit

      Replacements are always welcome.

      Have any questions/comments/concerns? Feel free to ask them in the comments or in the game thread itself!

      Also be sure to follow along on with the SA Mafia Commission on the forums, where all Mafia related things are planned and discussed to keep up on future games!

      Cheers and thanks! We hope to see you there.

    • [Sign-Ups] ScrewAttack Mafia Round XXVII: "Darkest Knight" is starting! Join us!

      6 years ago

      AbramsX

       

      Bruce Wayne laid on his back in his mahogany bed, silently staring at the ceiling.
      Vicki Vale slept contently next to him. Wayne turned to Vale as if to say something, but instead sighed and sat up.
      Alfred Pennyworth, his butler, strode into the room.
      "Good morning, sir. Your breakfast and paper are waiting for you in the dining room. I believe you will want to read page B4."
      As Alfred spoke, Vicki let out a groan as if she wished to continue sleeping and rolled over, leaving her back facing Wayne. Wayne stood and walked to his dresser where the day's clothes had been laid out for him.

       

      Welcome to Round XXVII of ScrewAttack Mafia!

      This round is hosted by the g1 QuickMan! The theme of this round is based on the DC comic book story of Batman and his Rogue's Gallery.

       

      How to Play

      Forum Mafia is a game played between the uninformed majority, the Town (in this game, the Civilians of Gotham City) and an informed minority, the Mafia (Criminal Underworld). Each side will have roles, as well as additional factions in the game depending on the Moderator, Theme, and Set-up.

      The Civilians are only allowed communicate, in regards to the game, inside of this thread. There are few exceptions to this rule, though never impossible.

      The Mafia can communicate in private & coordinate, deciding on who they want to kill as well as other actions they may have. The Mafia will be trying to blend in with the Civilians, pretending to be them.

      There can be other factions in this game, though they will be hidden. They too can have their own actions, as well as communicate in private, depending on their specific powers.

      The game is divided into cycles/chapters, with a repeating Day/Night phases.

      During the “Day phase” all alive players will discuss in the thread who they think is suspicious, present evidence (such as clues or other info they may have), and “Vote” on who they think is scum. The Day phase ends after a certain amount of time, and who ever has the most votes will “lynched/killed”, aka removed from the game.

      During the “Night cycle” The Mafia has their own personal kill, the “whack”, which is decided on by the members of the Mafia. Additionally, there will also be other players (not just Mafia) with their own actions they can perform at this time, as well as other factions with their own abilities. These include potential roles such as the Cop, Doctor, and/or Role-blocker. NOT ALL ACTIONS ARE NECESSARILY EXCLUSIVE TO THE NIGHT PHASE.

      Once the night phase ends, all Night actions submitted will take effect and the cycle will re-enter the Day phase.

      This continues until one of the factions achieves their win conditions, and the game ends.

       

       

      James Gordon laid on his back in his modest mahogany bed, silently staring at the ceiling, knowing what was coming next.
      "BEEPBEEPBEEP"
      As he sat up to turn off his alarm clock, his wife rolled over to face him.
      "Honey, when will you be home tonight? We're going over to Barbara's for dinner tonight. James will be there."
      "I should be home around six."
      As Gordon walked to the bathroom to prepare for the day, his wife said, "Have a nice day at work" before returning to sleep.

       

      RULES

      General Gameplay and Etiquette
       
      1. Read the rules. By asking any questions that can be answered by reading these rules, Quickman reserves the right to ridicule you.

      2. Play to the end. Nobody wants to see people giving up.

      3. You may not quote private Moderator-supplied information (either real or fabricated) of any kind. Paraphrasing (for role claims, etc.) is acceptable.

      3. There is to be no personal communication outside of the forum or quick topics which the mod will create.

      4. If you have a role with a Night action your choices are due to the mod by the posted deadline. If I do not receive your choice via PM by the posted deadline you will forfeit your actions.

      5. Any player with a Night action may instead submit a “No Action” PM to let the Mod know that you do not want to perform your expected action that Night phase.

      6. As a general rule you should aim for at least one post every 24 hours, minimum, to keep the game moving.

      7. You may not edit or delete your posts, even if it's to fix a spelling error. Failure to comply with this rule may result in death or immediate replacement.

      8. Claiming is allowed. Note from Quick-I would advise against mass claiming.
       
       
       

      Carmine "The Roman" Falcone laid on his side staring at the empty space next to him in his bed.
      "Shaddup. The Roman is fine, the cops can't stop the shipment now" said the voice of Johnny Viti from downstairs.
      "but what about ... the Batman?" Replied Tony Zucco, in a much quieter voice.
      "The Batman is nothin'"
      Without speaking The Roman stood up and lumbered toward his closet to get dressed.
      Once he was done, he descended the staircase and found Johnny Viti, Tony Zucco, and Alfred Stryker arguing in his kitchen.
      "Batman got me once. If he shows up again, I'm not sticking around" said Stryker. "No way. He shows up, I'm out."
      Johnny scoffed. "He shows up and we'll take him down. And if you try to run, we'll take you down too."
      "Do you run this operation?" said Falcone in a serious tone as he picked up his paper and began to read it.
      "No...No, sir, Mr. Falcone, sir."
      "Good. Now go make sure we're prepared for if the Batman tries anything."
      Falcone continued to read his paper. As he got to section B page four, Local News, he began to smile.
      "Yes. We can work with this"

       
       
      Voting, Deadlines, and Player Death
       
      1. This game will have public voting with 3 day deadlines. The player with the most votes at the deadline will be lynched. At deadline, if the votes are tied on 2 or more players, a no lynch will occur.

      2. Please submit votes as: Vote: Quickman in the thread. Votes will NOT be counted if they are not bold or underlined! Votes will only be accepted as the name players signed up as. Example: Vote: PJ will not be accepted as a vote for Fandango.

      3. Please submit vote revocations as Unvote: Quickman or Unvote. Unvotes are not necessary before changing votes.

      4. You may Vote: No Lynch - a simple majority of these vote types are required to send the game to Night phase without a lynch.

      5. Once a player is lynched the game enters twilight until the mod posts a death scene; all players including the one who was lynched may continue to post during twilight.

      6. Once the mod posts your death scene, you are allowed one post with no game related content (e.g. "Go town"). Dead players will be supplied a dead quick topic to discuss the game.

      7. Please keep excessive spam to a minimum. We will continue using the Mafia Void as a spam thread.

      8. The mod will post at least two vote counts per day.
       
       

      James Gordon walked through the kitchenette to his front door and to the stoop in front of his house to retrieve his paper. He returned to the kitchenette as his breakfast popped out of the small toaster on the counter. He grabbed his morning coffee and sat at his small table and began to read. Once he reached page four of section B, he sighed and put his coffee down.
      "Sarah!" he yelled. "Tell Barbara I don't think we'll be able to make dinner tonight!"
      Gordon rose, put on his jacket, and as he walked out the front door he muttered to himself, "It's gonna be one of those days."

       
       
      Mechanics/Miscellaneous
       
      1. This game will begin with Day 1.

      2. All Nights are 24 hours long and the thread will be “locked” during this time period. You may not post after I have declared it locked. After I have declared it open, you may post again. I will use a zero-tolerance policy regarding this, resulting in immediate player death.

      3. My target size is 25-30 players.

      4. If you do not post for more than 48 hours during a single lynch day, I will prod you. Failure to post 24 hours after receiving a prod or receiving two prods throughout the game will result in replacement if applicable.

      5. Roles may have modifiers/x-shot limitations. Mafia will have roles.

      6. There are no clues in the story whatsoever.

      7. The moderator will never lie to you. All information you are disclosed is true. However, this post plus your role PM is all I will tell you, not counting clarification per request. Be wary not to assume things you don't know about the setup.

      Also, Many Thanks to Thunderplant for that awesome banner up there.
       
       

      Bruce Wayne sat at the head of his lavish dining room table and began reading his paper and eating breakfast.
      Alfred stood nearby.
      "B4, sir"
      Wayne flipped through to section B page 4. Read the headline and stood up.
      "Alfred, tell Ms. Vale I had to go to a board meeting and to help herself to anything she needs."
      "Will that be all, Sir?"
      "Yes. Thank you, Alfred." Said Wayne as he quickly moved toward his library.
      In the library he removed a book from the third shelf titled "Understanding Bats" and the bookshelf swung around. When the bookshelf turned back to its original placement, the book had been returned but Bruce Wayne had disappeared.
       

       
       

      Post /in on the game thread to join! Signups will end on Sunday April, 7th or when we hit 30 players.

      Replacements are always welcome.

      Have any questions/comments/concerns? Feel free to ask them in the comments or in the game thread itself!

      Also be sure to follow along on with the SA Mafia Commission on the forums, where all Mafia related things are planned and discussed to keep up on future games!

      Cheers and thanks! We hope to see you there.

    • ScrewAttack's g1 Sig Maker Community (Number Seven)

      6 years ago

      AbramsX

      Spoon and Salutations, g1s! Welcome back to the seventh installment of the Sig Maker Community Blog, the first for this new year!

      This past holiday season was a busy time for the sig makers, but their work and dedication shows through. What sort of awesome stuff was made during the past month? Let's not waste any time and find out!

       

       

      SIGNATURES & AVATARS

       

      Kinnikumon Signature by Jesia & Thunderplant

      Along with a slightly different variation, I have to say I have to give mad props to Jesia and Thunderplant for their excellent cooperative work!

       

      Pikachu Christmas Sig by Thunderplant

      D'aaawwwwww... a Pikachu present~ Now evolve it with a Thunderstone already to make it much more useful!

       

      Video Game & Animu Signature & Avatar by Metaking

      I always appreciate mash-up sigs for their awesomeness, and this one is no exception.

       

      Pony & Isaac Christmas Sig by theDRQ

      A choir of ponies and a funny little angle guy? Still seems pretty cool to me!

       

      A Megaman Christmas Sig by Ehsan

      An awesome 8-bit Christmas sig. No better way to round out the holiday theme'd signatures~

       

      Left 4 Dead Sig & Avatar by Metaking

      Gotta love the L4D greatness here.

       

      Majora & Fallout Sig by theDRQ

      Fallout and Majora's Mask? A perfect kinship in sig form.

       

      Fire Emblem Sig by theDRQ

      I think we almost do more Fire Emblem related requests then anything else... but it still is incredible none the less!

       

      Big Daddy/Bioshock Sig & Avy by Metaking

      This is probably one of my more favorite sigs & avys to come out of this batch. Extremely well done!

       

      Starcraft Hydralisk Signature by Metaking

      Awesome! Also, kinda scary, lol.

       

      PokeBrawl Signature by theDRQ

      Hyperbeam vs. Flamethrower! Who will win? Everyone, because this sig is sweet~

       

      Farcry 3 Signature & Avatar by Metaking

      Nobody messes with Vaas... except the one guy.

       

      Kabal vs. Yoshimitsu Eevee Sig by Thunderplant

      Another sig that doesn't make much sense in context, but is totally rad regardless!

       

      Cave Story X Diddy Kong X Animu Sig by Metaking

      Another cross over sig, but similar results of win!

       

      SSBB vs. PSASBR Signature by Metaking

      Yup, this crazy large thing is a signature, also with bordeless flavor. Still gotta appreciate what it represents~

       

       

       

      BLOG & FORUM HEADERS

       

      CanadianBrony's FVCG Blog Header by Thunderplant

      Favorite Video Game Characters? Why not?

       

      Flashpenny's 2012 Movie Awards Banner by Thunderplant

      Massive & Awesome. Also, most of these movies are badass~

       

      SierraFoxtrot's Top Ten Lists Header by Thunderplant

      Don't argue with the Duck! He is sometimes/always/never right, ya know.

       

      Azero Tehiro's Video Game Ideas to Steal Header by theDRQ

      Hey! Stop that Wario! He be stealing mah money!

       

      Flapperdoodle's Games of 2012 Blog Header by Thunderplant

      Lot's of people may make these lists, but not all of them have a Header & Thumbnail as awesome as this~

       

       

       

      BANNERS & BACKGROUNDS

       

      KisMachinate's Magnetman Banner by ChaoticMeltdown

      This was acually something that almost got lost back when the forums were down... but luckily the request and this incredible banner were saved!

       

      Manlynessness' "Manlyest" Twitter Header by Thunderplant

      With accompanying "manly" background! Not sure if Kpop qualifies as all theat "manly", but it is awesome none the less!

       

      JohnnyFarrar's Twitter Banner by Metaking

      RIDDLE ME THIS! Is there anything more awesome then this? Answer; not a whole lot.

       

      Smoke108's Profile Background by theDRQ

      Shrunk for ease of viewing, but this smoky background is awesome, regardless!

       

       

       

      EVERYTHING ELSE

       

      Random Animu/Game Render by Thunderplant

      One of the many fun random rendering requests we sometimes get. I personally like just because of ninja swords~

       

      Epic Asian Kid Gif by Thunderplant

      This was actually an edit of a gif that had text overlaying it... which Thunderplant painstakingly removed frame by frame... I know I certainly don't have tht much patience! Very well done!

       

       

       

      That wraps up another Sig Maker Community update! Once again, this week's thumbnail for the blog comes from a CM creation via the request thread of old. Be sure to see it and other awesome images like it in the Creator's Gallery!

      Also like everyone to give a warm welcome to theDRQ, the newest member of the community! As you may have nonticed above, he made quite a few images showcased in this edition of the blog update! A huge thanks to him ad the rest of the spectacular sig making community, you guys all rock!

      As usual, If you want to have something made like what you've seen above, go to the thread and post a reply with a description of what you want! If your interested in joining the ranks of the Community, then PM myself or ChaoticMeltdown with some examples of your work. If you have what it takes then you will be welcomed aboard!

      Show some support in the comments and let our sig makers know what an awesome job they are doing! Or follow us in the forums, as there is always more to come. Until next time g1s~

       

    • ScrewAttack Forum Mafia Round XIX: Emancipation is OPEN!

      7 years ago

      AbramsX

      UPDATE: SIGN-UPS will REMAIN OPEN until the GAME STARTS MONDAY EVENING!

      Greetings! I'm the SpoonMan Abrams X, and I'm here to make an announcement!

      I'm the host of this round of the ScrewAttack Forum Mafia in the g1 forums! What is Forum Mafia you ask? Don't fret because I'm going to tell you all about it! (Rules and Gameplay excerpt taken from my thread already created in the forums) Also, if you can't tell already, my game will be a theme based on Joss Whedon's Firefly and Serenity!

      GAMEPLAY (How to Play)

      Mafia is a game where the players are divided into teams, between an uninformed majority (Civilians) and an informed minority (Mafia), with additional groups and roles added in depending on the game and host/moderator (myself) who runs and oversees the game, and has the final say in all game matters.
       
       

      The minority (Mafia) can communicate with each other privately and decides who they want to kill.
       
       

      The majority (Civilians) don't know who is who, and they can only communicate in the thread. Everyone is presumed a civilian, so the Mafia can pretend to be one of them.
       

      In this game, there will also be a Third-Party group, referred to as the “Clique”. Similar to the Mafia, they will be playing to win the game also and have their own set of roles.
       
       

      The game is told as a story (via posts by the moderator) and is divided into 2 day cycles; a day cycle (Day 1) and a night phase (Day 2).
       
       

      During the day cycle, players are allowed to discuss who they think may be 'scum' or not, agree or dispute view points, and look for CLUES that may or may not lead to the identification of players and their roles in the game. The players are then required to send in a vote for whoever they think is scum, and at the end of the day phase, whoever received the most votes will be “killed”.
       
       

      During the night cycle, the Mafia is then allowed to perform their own kill against the Civilians. In addition, players with other roles may or may not have abilities to do things during this phase as well, such as Investigator (investigates and reveals players roles), Doctor (Can protect someone from being killed), or Framer (Mafia, can have a clue for any other player placed into the story). Once again, other roles may or may not be in effect during the game.
       
       

      At this point the cycles repeats, and we re-enter Day 1 “Day cycle”.
       
       

      This game repeats until conditions for winning by one of the groups is met.
       
       

      RULES

      • There will be no PMing whatsoever except to me for votes. (Groups can use their respective threads.)
      • Have respect for your other players, flaming each other will not be tolerated.
      • You can claim you are a certain role, but you're not allowed to post a PrintScreen of the PM the mod sends you.
      • Be as active in the game as you can be. Talk, clue hunt, discuss, even joke a bit. If you get killed for lurking, it is no ones fault but your own.
      • Miss 3 consecutive votes and you will be Mod-killed.
      • Do not use the "Who's Online" button to see who is PMing during the game.
      • Dead players are to ONLY post in the Afterlife Thread or in italics in main Game Thread.
      • Dead players are forbidden from spoiling anything about the game. It will not be tolerated and doing so will result in being banned from future Mafia games.

      CLUES

      Clues will be pieces of “evidence” left in a story post. Clues will be based on the “sign-up posts” of the players, relating to something of a players interest. They may or may not be easy to find.
       

      Clues will ALWAYS be during the NIGHT cycles, in "spoken" words and actions by the perpetrator a.k.a. Things that they do in the story, not the setting itself (For instance, WHERE a Mafia kills someone won't matter, but HOW they do it might). This includes everyone (not just Mafia and Clique, but also power role Civilians).
       

      There will be AT LEAST one clue per Night action per group/person unless otherwise stated.
       

      VOTING

      For voting lynches, send it via PM to me before the deadline.
      Night actions also apply. *Example:"Lynch Abrams X"
       

      Votes are tallied and majority wins.
      In event of a Lynch tie, BOTH will die.
       

      WINNING

      The goal for winning is essentially simple; the last group standing and able to eliminate all opposition, wins.
       

      • Civilians: Eliminate all threats (The Mafia and Clique, obviously)
         
      • Mafia: Eliminate the Clique and outnumber Civilians
         
      • Clique: Eliminate/outnumber* everyone else

      *If 2 or more Clique remain, as long as they outnumber the Civilians AND Mafia (Not necessarily combined), they will win.
       

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    • g1 Top Ten - PSX/PlayStation Games (that should be in your collection)

      7 years ago

      AbramsX

      In the late 80s, Sony and Nintendo conspired to make a new Disk-based system to establish dominance in the Video Game market, but Nintendo, unfortunately, got cold feet and dropped their part of the project, leaving Sony to fend for themselves. Sony, however, refused to concede, and in 1994 they officially entered the console video game market with the original PlayStation also called the PSX. Utilizing the knowledge gained from Nintendo and inspiration from the groundwork laid by Sega, the PlayStation catered to older gamers with a variety of unique gameplay experiences.

      The disc based format allowed for games to be manufactured at a lower cost and allowed longer and deeper games due to the expanded space that compact discs allowed. This lead a flock of developers to jump on board to create a ton of original and innovative games. Many video game series got there start on that old gray box, in order to honor those titles and the rest we have created this list.

      This list is contains the best of the PSX as decided by us. With over 1,000 titles released, everyone had their own favorites but in the end, these titles helped shape gaming as it stands today and are still required playing. As usual, we have a few rules/guidelines we followed.

      • NO compilation or multi-game disks. Only individual games. This means no FF 1-6 Collection + Chrono Trigger or what have you. That would be essentially cheating.
      • Foreign, Ported, or Unreleased titles ARE ACCEPTABLE. Sure some games found their way into Next-gen HD remakes or even other systems like the Sega Saturn, but that doesn't stop it from being playable on the PSX.
      • No Honorable Mentions. No shenanigans about it. We said Top Ten, we're sticking to Top Ten. If it we wanted more then that, then we would have done “Top 11” or whatever.
      • Only one game per franchise/series. Besides the fact that ScrewAttack has yet to do their own PSX Top Ten list, This way we don't end up with 5 Final Fantasies and 3 Tomb Raiders mucking up the list.

      Now on to the list!

       

      10- Gran Turismo 2

      It's a shame that this didn't end up higher on the list. Easily one of the greatest racing games ever created. Don't believe me? Don't have to take my word for it;

      FanBoy

      Ok. This game. The first one was a revolution in racing games. The second one is more of the same, and by more, I mean MULTIPLY IT BY 1000!!!!! it took everything that one did right and built on that. to date, it is the best and the BIGGEST racing game ever. over 1000 races and 10000 cars that can me modified, customized and tuned to your will. you will not find a better racer than this. guaranteed. 4th on my top PSX list.

      ThunderPlant

      I'm going to admit something here. I'm not a big fan of racing games. Now you're gonna wonder, "Why are you talking about GT2 if you're not a racing game fan TP?" It was because this game introduced me to Garage and their song "I think I'm Paranoid" which I still listen to. GT2 is essentially GT1, but with more than you can imagine. More cars, more races, more everything. It made what was a good game into an amazing game.

      Fox

      Gran Turismo ushered in a racing game revolution. No longer were racing games locked into using a bunch of fake cars on a handful of tracks. Now you could get behind the dozens or real world cars from different manufacturers to see who really did make the best car. You also had an in-depth career mode that allowed you to build up your garage but winning races and add a tweak a myriad of upgrades. This was like a racing RPG, you go from racing some broken down used car to racing $500,000 rally cars. Gran Turismo 2 just expanded on everything by adding even more cars, tracks, and events.

      Don't think I can add much more to it. While the original Gran Turismo set the standard for Racing Sim games, GT2 cranked it up to 11. If you like racing games, GT2 is a must.

       

      9 - Xenogears

      2200

      Xenogears, a game that was the early concept and idea for Squares behemoth role playing game - Final Fantasy 7. Due to the themes being too dark for a FF game, it was established as it's own separate project. Xenogears graphical presentation is a mix between 2D character sprites and 3D environments. Giving it an anime look. Though the 3D looked really jagged. Being a Square RPG, it utilized a variant of the Active Time Battle system. To me the battle system is one of the best I have seen from an RPG. It's better to actually experience it for yourself, rather than me describing it. Things like AP points and getting in combos, chi, etc.. It was really interesting and a pretty fun battle system. My one gripe with this game is it's super complex story and the ideologies used. Depending on the person, they either hated it, or loved it. All in all, it Xenogears is a pretty awesome RPG for the PSX.

      ThunderPlant

      I can't believe this made the list. (I had work in the morning so I wasn't a part of the voting process) Yes I had this game on my Top 10, and for good reasons. The PSX was a RPG maker, and Square was the forefront behind it. Xenogears was kinda the forgotten one in contrast to other hits the company made, but nonetheless a really good game. Story wise, it's really freakin' deep. Religious and philosophical undertones everywhere you'd think you were reading works of MacIntyre. But what takes the cake is gameplay, using the already well established ATB system of Square, they amped it up with the ability to combo as a nice change of pace. Oh, and did I mention the music was done by Yasunori Mitsuda.

      Needless to say the PSX churned out a lot of great RPGs. I daresay there isn't a RPG on the system that doesn't have some charm to it. While this isn't my personal favorite, it proved not all RPGs had to be Final Fantasy or Dragon Quest.

       

      8 - Rayman

      A very under-rated platformer. While Rayman's previous streak (up until the incredible Rayman Origins) may have been lack luster, this game shows why we still kept coming back for more of the armless/legless hero.

      BobboHead

      Ubisoft's answer to Nintendo's Mario came in the form of a man who had no arms, legs, or neck. Rayman contained many of the core elements of a good platforming game, but what really impressed me was the animation of the game. From lush forests to levels decorated with over-sized musical instruments, the game struck me as something of a piece of art that I was adventuring through. In the midst of games jumping to the third dimension on the PlayStation, Rayman took advantage of the increase in hardware performance and focused on a game that was very enjoyable, both visually and gameplay-wise.

      Chikumo

      This was one of those games I thought would be easy when I began playing it.
      But as a pleasant surprise it turned out to be high above my expectations, and boy the difficulty of some levels made me shit bricks as a kid.

      ThunderPlant

      When everyone was so hyped on the 3D bandwagon, it was Ubisoft who decided to make a 2D platformer. It worked amazingly, with tight controls and extremely vibrant colours. Rayman showed the 2D platformers can still exist in a 3D heavy market, as change is not always a good thing. (I'm looking at you N64 Castlevania)

      Fox

      There was a time before all those endless Rabbid games that Rayman himself had himself his own solid platforming career. The original Rayman is colorful, challenging, and fun. With Rayman getting back into the spotlight and returning to his 2D roots with Rayman Legends, now is a great time to revisit his debut outing.

       

      7 - Spyro: Year of the Dragon

      FanBoy

      Well, this is my personal best. Not my favorite but I acknowledge it as the best overall game on the PSX. Story is awesome, gameplay is perfected from 1 & 2, and new playable characters. Also upgrades to sparx, as he becomes PLAYABLE! Boss battles are memorable, in fact everything you do is going to be remembered after you stop playing. It's just how a game is MEANT TO BE. Number 1 on my top ten PSX list.

      Fox

      Before Skylanders there was Spyro The Dragon. In a day when games were all about being gritty and hard edged, along come Spyro and reminds us that games still can have a sense of wonder. Combine whimsical graphics, fast paced charge and glide gameplay, and the wonderful Steward Copeland soundtrack, and you have a magical game.

      Very similar to Rayman in some regards, Spyro brought some unique attributes to the table, and each iteration kept getting progressively better. Besides that, you got to play as a dragon, how cool is that? (Even if he is small & purple, you don't want to underestimate him). Year of the Dragon was definitely the pinnacle of the franchise.

       

      6 - Tekken 3

      I'm not much of a fighting game guy (Sure, I played plenty of Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter like most gamers), but Tekken definitely was one of the few series to get 3D Fighting done right, and by the time Tekken 3 came out, it was obvious that they had "perfected" the formula.

      FanBoy

      A great fighter, balanced as hell (if you pretend that eddy didn't exist like I do.) Great variety of characters and styles to play. On my personal top 10.

      Chikumo

      The Tekken series has always been somewhat special for me ever since I was introduced to Tekken 3. And while it isn't nearly as expansive as other games on the console, I spent far more hours playing this game on my Ps1 than I played any other game.

      ThunderPlant

      Some say this is the greatest fighting game on the PSX, while others might boast further saying it's the greatest game of the genre. Tekken 3 is a masterpiece when it comes to 3D fighting games. Mechanically sound, it was a game that was easy to pick up and a bit difficult to master (depending on your character of choice, as in who was trying to play fair and didn't f***ing pick Eddy.) The emphasis on the third axis allowed a new dimension to the genre, as previous variants of Tekken had only specific characters being able to sidestep. It also introduced a plethora of characters who have become mainstay, notably Jin Kazama and a personal favourite in Kuma.

      Fox

      Tekken 3 is just all out anarchy. What other game gives you a breakdancer vs a mini dinosaur? Mmm CHICKEN!

       

      5 – Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped

      Sony's answer to Mario (and they certainly were vocal about it, lol), it's a shame Crash doesn't get the same respect he once commanded.

      FanBoy

      This game has more replay-ability then almost every game ever due to the relic system in it. It plays perfectly and is fun as hell. Story is bare bones but still enough to enjoy, but thats not what this game is about; its about the sheer fun you get out of it. 2nd on my personal top PSX list.

      BobboHead

      Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped is the only Crash I've completely played through, and boy was it fun! Where other games on this list strive for story and character development, Naughty Dog focused on just pure, fun gameplay. The controls were (for the most part) smooth, and the game also had added challenges throughout each of the levels for those who were willing. Also new to the series were levels featuring Crash's sister Coco riding Pura the tiger in different locales, which mixed things up for the game. Overall, I just remember Crash 3 being a fun game to play and is an amazing stepping stone in the history of Naughty Dog.

      ThunderPlant

      Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Presents - An Universal Interactive Studios Production. A game created, and developed by NAUGHTY DOG! Crash Bandicoot WARPED!

      I love the intro to this game, if that wasn't evident enough. A personal favourite of mine, and strangely enough my first Crash Bandicoot game played. The thing I remember most of the game was the music, which was amazing from what I remember. I remember going through the China level time and time again (not because 9 yr old me couldn't beat it, shut up) because the song was so addicting. Oh, and it does good platforming, quite possibly the best in the series.

      Fox

      (Insert Crash Bandicoot ad here)

      I know everyone makes a big deal about Mario 64 being THE 3D game, but Crash is no slouch either. While it didn't have the huge open world factor, it might up for it with tight level design. Plus you have to love the whole "Hey Plumberboy" marketing campaign.

      Great games with an awesome music and tight gameplay, what more could you want?

       

      4 - Resident Evil 2

      ThunderPlant

      Now we're heading to the big dogs. Resident Evil 2 was the definitive title when comparing future RE games, until 4 that is. (But they kinda threw survival horror out the door after, but I'm not even gonna touch that subject with a 10 ft pole.) Similar basic elements from the predecessor, the atmosphere was amazing. The sound is of Capcom's standard, which means it fits perfectly with the level as you go through the easy to moderately difficult puzzles. But this game is not without a stain of dirt, as the voice acting is still of RE1's standard, but a bit better. Ironically it's always the games with Leon or Claire that are good. No love for Chris and/or Jill I guess. :P

      Fox

      I was in the middle of a horror movie kick between watching Night of the Living Dead and Evil Dead, so of course when I heard about this zombie game that played like a movie I had to try it. Once I tried it I was hooked and this was one of the games that convinced me to buy a PlayStation. I was already versed in survival horror coming off of Alone in the Dark, but Resident Evil brought it to a whole new level of terror. Limited ammo and constant scares made this haunted house come alive.

      While my personal favorite entry in the series was Resident Evil 3, the second game took what the first game did and made it even better. Memorable characters, a great balance between action and puzzle gameplay, and ZOMBEHS. A winning combination.

       

      3 - Final Fantasy 7

      You knew it was coming. You siblings knew it was coming. Heck, your pet probably knew it too. What are we waiting for?

      2200

      In my opinion, not the best Final Fantasy game, however it is still one of the best! Breaking the bearer in the west and being successful overseas; there is a reason why it's so popular. The FF7 world is fantastically created and so are the characters, history, etc... The music isn't the best the series has to offer, but is still great. On a graphical level, the PlayStation could do so much more, but this was Square's first attempt, so I'll cut them some slack. I enjoyed playing this game, it's one of those games where you start playing and hours pass by. It's game that every RPG fan should experience.

      FanBoy

      My favorite game of all time (as of this point). The battle system, the story, the graphics, the heart this game has is incomparable. I would put this on my personal list as 3rd best PSX game of all time.

      ThunderPlant

      … I hate you all for not having Tactics. I'd rather pick IX than VII because it was more solid fundamentally. (Which was what I had before I changed it to Tactics) Anyways, there is nothing wrong with Final Fantasy VII, despite all outcry nowadays on how overrated it is. The game revolutionized and made mainstream of the RPG genre, and without it we wouldn't have the surplus of RPGs we have nowadays. It had (at the time) revolutionary pre-rendered cutscenes and graphics, brought change in dynamic to the Final Fantasy world. Before this game the setting was more of a medieval fantasy world, but FF7 went a whole other level with a futuristic game. A story that you could say rivals FF6, a change in the ATB system, and music by Uematsu, the game was incredibly strong for a PlayStation title.

      Fox

      Haters gonna hate. Final Fantasy VII broke RPGs in the West and convinced many 3rd party developers to game on the PlayStation bandwagon. Oh and it was a pretty solid RPG to boot.

      Though another entry where I prefer one of the sequels (Final Fantasy 9) over it, there is no denying what FF7 did for the PlayStation and the RPG genre in general. This was the game that almost single handedly put RPGs into the main stream and hooked us Westerners onto 50+ hour epics with intense grinding, while simultaneously helping to usher in the era of 3D. What PSX games could possibly top this?

       

       

       

      2 - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night

      What FF7 did for RPGs and 3D games, SotN did for 2D and Sidescrolling Platformers, with some of the tightest Metroidvania gameplay ever.

      2200

      I love the Castlevania series, the gameplay, music. music, music. story, music, chronology, the MUSIC!! What do you get when you mix Castlevania, a RPG and Super Metroid? Castlevania Symphony of the Night! This game is just awesome, progressing through the labyrinth that is Dracula's Castle, seeing Alucard getting stronger as he levels up, gains new armor and weapons. It was a huge change for the Castlevania series and a most welcomed one! Everyone should play this game! If you're a gamer, go buy it now and play it!

      BobboHead

      The franchise's dive into the action RPG genre may appear risky on paper, but it worked out so well in Symphony of the Night. Up until this point, Castlevania titles were your standard platformer, proceeding through a level and defeating said level's boss (Unless you count the 3D Castlevania games, but those are a completely different story). The game used a new gameplay mechanic to the series in the form of Alucard, who used his own array of blades, magic, transformations, and familiars. Also, the game provided a lot of depth, as when you completed the castle, an inverted castle was available to play, which had new enemies, bosses, and the true ending to the game. Symphony of the Night would become the base of future 2D-style Castlevania games, as it ushered in an amazing refresh to a an already amazing franchise.

      ThunderPlant

      Holy shit how is this number two? Well the number one game is obvious already due to process of elimination, but lets not talk about that yet. As stated with Rayman, 2D games still had a niche in a 3D heavy era, and Symphony of the Night is the prime example. This is a true change of pace to the Castlevania formula, creating what is now known as Metroidvania style gameplay. Exploration around one large area instead of level to level created a large sense of depth from a well established platformer to RPG. Yes it's a bit grindy at times but what RPG isn't. I mean, if it weren't for this change, Aria of Sorrow would have never seen the light of day and I love the "...of Sorrow" games. Now comes the kicker, Alucard is your main character. If you read the Underrated NES games, you'll know my bias for Alucard. An amazing change of pace as you don't control a Belmont till post-game, with Richter. Oh yeah, and good music. A common trope in all of these games, if you haven't noticed already. the moment you start playing, Dracula's Castle. Suuu guud...In fact, quite possibly my favourite soundtrack in the PSX library. (Although Megaman X5 has that award for #1 in my heart, sorreh :P )

      Fox

      There was quite a bit of controversy surrounding the release of this title. Rumor was that Sony had a standing policy against 2D and only wanted the PSX to be associated with 3D games. I'm not sure if that was true or not, but thank the gods that they let one of the most beautiful 2D games finally get released on the PlayStation.

      Castlevania Symphony of the Night saw the return of Alucard from Castlevania III, and featured a massive castle that was fully exploration in a non-linear style a la Metroid. Instead of using the standard whip, Alucard used swords, knuckles, rods, spells, familiars to destroy Dracula's minions. He also gained new powers and transformations that allowed access to new parts of the castle. Around every corner was a new enemy or some new loot, and that made it so you didn't want to put it down till you uncovered every inch of the map.

      Needless to say, SotN proved in a market swarmed with everyone trying to make it in 3D, that a great 2D game can still be just as fresh and prevalent, and became a timeless classic because of it. With a game this great, what could possibly be number 1? The answer may surprise you...

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      1 - Metal Gear Solid

      ... Why, none other then probably one of the best arguments of "Games are Art" that still stands today. The flagship game of a series that continually redefines the medium and how it is perceived.

      2200

      Stealth Action Espionage. Is there anything I need to say about this legendary game? This game innovated how cinematic video games should be created. Excellent voice acting, awesome soundtrack, fantastic story. In my opinion, this game pushed the PSX quite a bit with it's presentation. This game will give you the thrills; as if you were playing a movie. There is not much I need to say about Metal Gear Solid, play it if you have not, because hands down it is the number one PlayStation 1 game.

      BobboHead

      The series first attempt at 3D couldn't have been any better. Metal Gear Solid skyrocketed the series to massive popularity worldwide, and with his espionage action gameplay, engrossing story, and strong character development. There were times during the game were I actually took pity on Snake, which for a game has never happened to be at that point. Another great part of the game was the Psycho Mantis fight, from using your second controller port to him "reading your mind" from your Memory Card! On the tech side of things, the game was cutting edge for its graphics and sound at the time of its released, so big that it needed to be on two discs! Metal Gear Solid would become the foundation of an incredible series that manages to intrigue gamers to this day.

      ThunderPlant

      Although Symphony of the Night defined the Metroidvania style, there is without a doubt what the number one PlayStation game is. If Metal Gear Solid was not your pick already then you obviously still live in the 1980s. This is the definitive PlayStation game. Notice how all the games quality in voice acting is rather lackluster to say the least, well this was such a nice change in pace. The game is so different than anything I've ever played. The idea of actually tracking a players footprints when you enter Shadow Moses was so freakin' innovative. Kojima really knew what to do with his baby, as it had the trifecta of gameplay, audio/visual and story. The aforementioned example is just the slicing of the cake in terms of the captivating gameplay. Psycho Mantis remains a personal favourite of mine because he f***ing read your memory card. That was so mind boggling at the time. Music was fitting with the environment, where a suspenseful tune while sneaking through corridors changes to a dramatic, upbeat tune during boss fights. The story, oh my god does it not make sense as you progress. But you can tell the mad man behind it all had you hooked on finding out what happens next. Whatever your order for PSX games is, I bet Metal Gear Solid will be in the same spot as every other list. (Because it belongs there)

      Fox

      Movie quality cutscenes, excellent voice acting, unique stealth gameplay, MGS had it all. If there is one game you play on the PSX, make it Metal Gear Solid.

      There had been quite a gap in between this and the original MSX releases, but Kojima still managed to pull it off; A game that stays true to its predecessors while embracing the new generation. Challenging gameplay, solid controls, and some of the most epic cutscenes coupled with flawless voice acting set the standard for many games and years to come. It doesn't get any better then MGS.

       

       

      How do you feel about the list? Do you agree with it? Does it have your favorite PSX game in it? Are there any other games missing from it? Does it's very existance make your blood boil? Let us know in the comments or discuss it in the forum thread.

      Many thanks to Fox for helping to write this blog, and to 2200, Ben Be Jamin, FanBoy, ThunderPlant, BobboHead13, Chikumo, and JohnnyFarrar for helping compile/discuss this Top Ten List. Also, be sure to check out our Top Ten NES Games if you haven't already!

      Thanks for reading! Until next time!

       

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