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Kodiack last won the day on June 20

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  1. I've been seeing pretty good reception for it overall. I've still yet to get it. Playing through Red Dead Redemption 2 at the moment.
  2. Sounds like ARK on Switch. But that's an insult to GameCube graphics. (you only really need to watch the first minute to get the gist of it)
  3. You can basically use them like a regular Switch controller, including navigating the menu and all. The buttons are mapped like you'd expect them to be. It's a perfectly viable way of playing some games. You'll primarily lose out on things like the extra buttons and gyro controls.
  4. I appreciate that you can use GameCube controllers with the Smash adapter as well. They work brilliantly for some games that aren't Smash, like Mario Kart!
  5. Yep, that would have affected quite a number of sites. I was still in bed at the time when it happened, though I didn't get any alerts about Ninfora being down. https://techcrunch.com/2020/07/17/cloudflare-dns-goes-down-taking-a-large-piece-of-the-internet-with-it/
  6. Reviews are dropping and seem generally positive. I might give this one a try. Seems like a decent adventure game at face value.
  7. Open-world Paper Mario could be interesting. I'm still disappointed that we're not getting the classic Paper Mario RPG mechanics around leveling, combat, and partners, but I have been wondering how this could still work and be enjoyable. I haven't otherwise really been keeping up too much after the initial disappointment. Hopefully it manages to deliver some quality in the end. I never played Sticker Star or Colour Splash and lost all interest in doing so after reading some user reviews and watching gameplay footage.
  8. It's still something I'd like to do. I'll implement it straight away if I find a suitable plugin, otherwise I may at some point find the time to upgrade the old one that no longer works with newer versions of the forum software.
  9. Yes!! I loved those Sims games on consoles back then. The Game Boy and DS games were unique and fun as well.
  10. The server was down for a few minutes while I moved it into a new cabinet and upgraded it to 128 GB RAM.
  11. We did it. We have no more active cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand. 17 days in a row since we had any new cases, and the final person has now recovered. We're fully out of lockdown at midnight.
  12. Server migration complete. For anyone curious, Ninfora's now running on a personal server of mine with 16 cores, 32 threads, 64 GB RAM, and multiple SSDs in a RAID configuration with a dedicated controller. It's been a long time in the making, and I'm glad to have this done! Your upload limit is now 4 GB, up from 512 MB.
  13. Exciting news: Sometime in the not-too-distant future I'm going to be moving Ninfora to my server in New Zealand! This server is a very significant hardware upgrade for the site with 8x as many CPU threads, 8x as much RAM, and more than 16x as much disk. Once this migration is complete, I will increase the upload cap from 512 MB to 4 GB, and it will be easier to increase this even further down the road if ever necessary. With the site upgrade, performance will ideally be roughly similar. Since the server will be NZ-based, the latency to the origin server will be higher for most of you, although this should be somewhat offset by the far beefier hardware. I will share more information about this with a site-wide announcement when I've scheduled the migration.
  14. Good find. If it's something server-side in that case, it might get improved with the next software update. Not sure when that will be.