2021.10.16 05:42 Accomplished-Ad-4516 How to Transfer WiiU VC Game Files to Retroarch (.SAV to .SRM)
I’m not sure if this will go anywhere but if it helps just one person then I accomplished my goal. I struggled with converting my save file of Majora’s Mask from my WiiU to my homebrew switch on Retroarch. I searched everywhere but finally found the solution.
(Getting the .SAV File) Step-by-Step: 1. Enter the game you want to transfer the file for and save it IN GAME not a save state!!
2021.10.16 05:42 MiamiBikini Kat Dennings
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2021.10.16 05:42 Shrimp55669 Looking for the right light bulb in my room
So long story short my lightbulb went out and I've been without a light in my room for a while now because I've bought 3 different light bulbs from amazon and none of them fit! I don't know which light bulb type I should buy but I've bought the A19 and E12 and the first one was too big and the second one was too small. I bought a third one but I don't really remember what size it was ( I think it was the same as the first one.) Help please, I've been dealing with this for far too long, I need light in my room! Here are some pictures for additional information.
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2021.10.16 05:42 MaxwellIsSmall Hello. I’m aware that this is a Penn Senator 12/0, but what specific model is it? Like 116A, 116L etc.
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2021.10.16 05:42 terianfsays 211016 Kang Hanna's Volume Up: Post show photos from ENHYPEN's guesting
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2021.10.16 05:42 KindOfMoist Ever have a post bars night investigation feeling like detectives?
One night we took some bars and drank tequila, not sure how many we ended up taking but we woke up on the ground and all the furniture was missing in our apartment.
Next morning we felt like detectives trying to track down what we remember and where everything might be.
Long story short we ended up walking through alley ways around Boulder, CO and eventually found everything smashed up and in a random dumpster about half a mile away. Like our couch was literally sticking out the top of the dumpster and we have no clue how that or any of the tables made is that far away.
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2021.10.16 05:42 Kadraeus My characters again lol
2021.10.16 05:42 ChefCrockpot I hate Halo Reach
I marked this as spoiler since it spoils some of the story of Halo Reach, the Fall of Reach, First Strike, and Ghosts of Onyx
First off, I want to make it clear that Halo Reach is actually a great game, the multiplayer was fantastic and the campaign was admittedly fun. But the problem I have with Reach, which leaves me feeling angry and frustrated whenever I play the campaign, is the massive contradictions between the game and previously established lore. Now I know a lot of people here will have the argument that The Fall of Reach and Reach can actually fit together ready to go, and they will link that damn halo canon video like they do in every thread. But it's never been about the timeline for me, it's about the fact that Reach destroys the premise of both First Strike and Ghosts of Onyx and consistently contradicts previously established lore.
First and foremost is Noble team's existence in itself. Now I know a lot of people like Noble team, and they are all well written characters that I also enjoyed. But their existence, or at least their place in the story, makes no sense. It was established in Ghosts of Onyx that the only surviving spartans of the first two companies were Tom and Lucy and the other remaining spartans of gamma company were still children. This however, can easily be changed by having spartans removed from the companies post-training without Kurt's knowledge. But what doesn't make sense is that these special spartan III's have MJOLNIR armor and are operating out in the open. The whole point of the spartan III project was to be quick and cheap, which meant no massively expensive MJOLNIR armor (this also causes me to dislike the spartan IV program, imagine how expensive that is). The MJOLNIR replacement of SPI armor achieves this goal, and ONI even declined Kurt's proposed upgrades for the SPI armor to reduce cost. So it doesn't make sense why they would spend a massive amount of resources to create MJOLNIR armor for these few spartans. The second point is that ONI specifically kept the spartan III project highly classified because the idea of selecting children to turn into super soldiers and then sending them to their deaths is massively immoral and would cause the military to lose morale. So why is Noble team operating in the open on Reach and interacting with marines even before it was known the Covenant were there. I understand giving them MJOLNIR armor is a gameplay decision but it still destroys the entire premise of the spartan III program. Then there is Jorge, who for some reason isn't on a team with his brothers and sisters from the spartan II program but is operating with spartans that were kept secret from Halsey and the spartan II's on purpose. This blatant disregard for the secrecy behind the spartan III program dumbs down its role in the book and makes it less mysterious and interesting.
This brings me to Dr. Halsey, who's entire arc in First Strike and Ghosts of Onyx is ruined by her appearance in Halo Reach. Halsey, who in First Strike had no idea that the spartan III project existed until she found Ackerson's files, is interacting with spartans that she does not recognize, yet this doesn't intrigue her in anyway? And the forerunner artifact under Sword base is never mentioned in the book and has zero impact on anything. Not to mention that it's basically a boring and dumbed down version of the ruins under Castle base, its only purpose is to allow the writers to have a reason for Cortana (or a part of her) to be there. These contradictions make her seem like a complete idiot in the books.
Now it's time to address the Halo Canon video's timeline and how it may fit things but doesn't justify anything. The biggest argument that is always addressed is the Pillar of Autumn and how it seems to be everywhere at once. While Halo Canon's video manages to fix that issue, it doesn't fix the absurdity of the situation. Apparently the Pillar of Autumn lands on Reach (despite its incapability of escaping an atmosphere) after John returns to the Autumn and is put in Cryo. This occurs after the battle in orbit has already been lost, the UNSC forces are either scattered or completely decimated. Yet the Pillar of Autumn is able to safely land on the planet and then, after just a single Covenant ship is destroyed out of the many ships that remained, is able to safely leave the planet and then outrun faster ships to the edge of the system where it jumped to slipspace. Absolute garbage, none of that makes sense and is completely unbelievable. Let's understand the truth of the situation, the writers wanted a reason (since it's a prequel) to have the Pillar of Autumn appear in the game for fan service, and they were willing to do anything, lore be damned, to get it there. Also, if the Autumn lands on the surface, then why the hell is there no attempt to rescue red team? The whole point of red team being left to die was because it was too dangerous for the Autumn to attempt a rescue, but it's not too dangerous to land on the planet and wait for an amazon delivery service? It doesn't make sense. Now let's talk about Halsey being present for John's field test with Cortana, and then just 10 hours later being present at Sword base, which is occupied by the Covenant. So, what? Halsey snuck past the Covenant to get into Sword base and then go underground? Instead of waiting for Noble team to clear a path? She was in Sword base earlier in the game too, so did she sneak out of Sword base to get to John? How the hell does John not know that Reach is under attack at this point? There are Covenant ships actively glassing New Alexandria and he's screwing around in a field test? It's mind numbingly frustrating how little this video actually fixes anything.
Halo Reach fundamentally destroys everything in the Eric Nylund trilogy and yet both are still canon. Pick one or the other and get rid of these damn contradictions, these two pieces of literature can not coexist with each other. Personally, I prefer the Eric Nylund trilogy as it lays down a lot of the fundamentals of the Covenant and UNSC, as well as establishing Blue team and making John a much more fleshed out character. Halo Reach relies too much on people not noticing a giant Covenant ship in orbit for it to be believable.
Reach would have been a vastly better game if they just picked key events in the books to use as missions. Like the battle of Sigma Octanus IV could be multiple levels in itself and serve as a good introduction to the game as that battle took place shortly before Reach. Then include the field test as its own mission, John's op on Reach station Gamma, Red team's landing and hike to the orbital gun generators, the defense of said generators, Fred and Kelly's destruction of the covenant ship as a cutscene followed by their escape and journey to Castle base as the mission, John's capture of the Covenant flagship, followed by him trying to fix the slipspace engine, John and the others rescuing red team, the firefight on the hull of Ascendent Justice during the slipspace battle, then the op on the Unyielding Hierophant. Granted some of these encounters would have to be extended for gameplay purposes but they could absolutely work as a solid prequel. Switching between only two characters (John and Fred). They could maybe include Anton's rescue of Vice Admiral Whitcomb as a mission too but having 3 main characters might be a bit too much.
TL;DR: Reach fundamentally ruins the story of the Eric Nylund trilogy through the contradictions with Halsey and the Spartan III's. And Halo Canon's timeline video doesn't fix the inconsistencies between Reach and the Fall of Reach.
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2021.10.16 05:42 GokieOfficial first 6 digit with 95% acc raise my sword clear!
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2021.10.16 05:42 NukkinFutz22  M4M looking for a top on NW side
Looking for someone who wants to hang, shoot the shit and go from there. Could be FWB. Who knows? Prefer shaved but trimmed hair is good too. HMU.
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2021.10.16 05:42 abdul_mrl Need Help Finding Tees With Custom Colors
Hello everyone, I need a place to possibly dye white tees into a custom color I want for my collection(dark maroon). I haven't seen this question asked here before and wanted to know if you know any suppliers/print shops who do custom colors with tees. The blank I wanna use right now is LA Apparel 1801 GD but they don't have the color I'm looking for. Any help is appreciated thank you!
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2021.10.16 05:42 CreativeMischief Are there any west coast PVP focused servers?
2021.10.16 05:42 xCogito Spiritbox - Constance. An ode to the director's experiences watching his grandmother go through dementia
2021.10.16 05:42 Logical_Yak_224 Borghei-Cookston House, Santa Monica, CA, USA | Ray Kappe | 1984
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2021.10.16 05:42 GalaxyGaming213 Currently trying to get Hannah's PIN and I'm scared of messing up. Which one would it be? Please and thank you!
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2021.10.16 05:42 hanabii2131 There was an intense debate over the theme of Squid Game in Korea.
Recently, Someone came up with an interesting theory regarding Squid Game. There was an intense debate over the post on dcinside Squid Game gallery in Korea. What are your thoughts on this post?
Original Post > https://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=squid456&no=106134&exception_mode=recommend&page=2 Fable About Recovery of Human Nature and Class Disparity : Squid Game The theme of Squid Game is the “Fable about recovery of human nature and hierarchy” and the director express the class disparity through death game, directing, and characters. Then, what is the criteria for dividing the class in Squid Game? It’s the money. In the Squid Game, money is expressed in a yellow color. In the drama, VIP and host’s mask, piggy bank hanging on the ceiling, the Yeoeuido building that Sangwoo and Ali got off in the episode, debit card that Gihun got at last, and invitation card are all in yellow color. The location of yellow differs depending on whether you have money or not. The piggy bank hanging above the participants had yellow light and VIP who looked down on the participants had a yellow mask on. Yellow is the metaphor for how money determines the position of people. In Squid Game, the games that participants play clearly show the class. In the games, participants compete with others just like racehorses. Although they are given the right to give up the game, they lose the chance to get the money. In other words, winning the competition is the only way to get the money. This is the metaphor for lower-class life. There are many characters that symbolize different classes. The most notable characters are Oh Ilnam (host) and the main character, Seong Gihun. While the host standing on the center of the game is noteworthy, Gihun is the most noteworthy character. Gihun symbolizes the laborer. Ssangmun-dong is the town where Jeon Taeil lived. Jeon is the symbol of labor movement in Korea and he claimed for labor conditions and committed suicide by self-immolation. Gihun is also from Ssangmun-dong and he also participated in the strike in the past. This shows that Gihun is the symbol of the labor class. Gihun is the character that wins the game, rises from the lower class to upper class, and decides to get down to the lower class. Gihun is also the character that turns from the racehorse to human being. What made him the human being? It’s the human nature. In the drama, Gihun exchange 10,000 won with others. This is the minimum unit for keeping the relationship with others. This is the same for the host in different amount of money. The host gives 100 million won to participants and it is the money for relationship between the participants and hots. In other words, 100 million won of host is the same as 10,000 won of Giun. The relationship built up by giving 100 million won emphasizes the host’s inhumane nature. On the other hand, Gihun’s 10,000 won emphasizes his human nature just like the 10,000 won that Gihun gave to Sangwoo’s mother. This is the same for asking for 10,000 won to the head of the bank. Gihun wanted to see the human nature of the people and this scene shows how Gihun wants to believe in people. The problem is that the death game is even better than the reality. Everyone participates in the game knowing that they might die. Why? Because their reality is hopeless. Even life is the cost of opportunity. Although the game itself is cruel, what’s crueler is the reality that regards the human as the racehorse. That’s why the coffin looks like a gift box and such coffin is the last gift for the racehorses in despair. In the unrealistic opportunity, the participants throw away their human nature and become a racehorse to get money. Sangwoo is another character who is similar to Gihun. Sangwoo shows his human nature to Ali for the first time. This is similar to how Gihun showed his human nature to Ilnam. The contrast of Sangwoo and Gihun becomes clear starting from the marble game. Sangwoo survives by deceiving Ali and Sangwoo focuses on winning the game since the marble game. Sangwoo even pushes glass-maker and kills Saebyeok. The reason why he suicided is because nothing is left to him after giving up the game. He suicides to give the prize money to Gihun and asks Gihun to help his mother with the prize money. Sangwoo was a humane person who gave fare fee to Ali. At the moment his human sides disappeared, Sangwoo yelled out “God damn! Gihun!” Meanwhile, Gihun remains humane even after the game. After the marble game, Gihun makes choices exactly opposite from Sangwoo. Gihun’s choices focus on saving people. Gihun didn’t attack on Sangwoo while he was asleep and Gihun tries to give up the game when Saehyeok is about to die. Gihun even tried to give up winning the game because he didn’t want to kill Sangwoo. It is funny how both Sangwoo and Gihun lost their partners after the marble game. In the last scene, Ilnam asks “Do you still believe in people?” to Gihun. This line explains Gihun while showing how Gihun is opposite from Ilnam. In the drama, host and Gihun play 3 games. The first game is the Squid Game that the host had on 456 participants. The second game is the marble game between the host and Gihun. The third game is the bet on helping the unconscious man on the street. As everyone already knows the first game, I’ll explain about the second and third game here. I regard the marble game as the second game because it was the first game that the host had with Gihun and because it hugely influenced on Gihun throughout the rest of the games. When the marble game started, the host didn’t focus on the game. Instead, host shared his stories about finding the house he once lived and about his family. These stories are about the host’s humane sides. This shares the same context with Gihun saying “Can’t you see someone actually died?” in the drama. However, when Gihun plays the marble game, he isn’t interested in the host’s humane stories and he only focuses on the game. Such attitude is just like the attitudes of racehorses. The host wins over Gihun overwhelmingly and bets another game while playing the game. The host pretends as if he has dementia and Gihun gets to choose whether to die and keep his humanity or to survive as a racehorse. Gihun wanted to survive, deceives the host, and takes the marble. Just like Sangwoo, Gihun played the game like a racehorse and lost his humanity. After losing all the marbles, the host asks Gihun whether he can borrow a marble. In other words, the host asked for one more chance on participating in the game again. The participants ended up participating in the Squid Game because they lost all their marbles while competing in the reality. Therefore, Gihun’s refusal is the same as the “No Mercy for Losers” just as he was treated in the society. Although Gihun fall behind the infinite competition in the reality, Gihun ended up accepting the competition during the game. At last, the host asks Gihun whether he can bet all four marbles for one marble. This is the same as asking whether the rich and poor or participants and VIP can compete fairly together. Gihun says that it doesn’t make any sense. Here, Gihun thinks from the perspective of VIP and host. Seeing that, the host gives the last marble to Gihun. This is the reward to Gihun’s answer as a host while telling racehorse that lost the humanity to go back to the game and showing his humanity to Gihun as Gganbu. Although Ilnam lost his humanity, he feels guilty about not taking care of his family in the past (I assume that Ilnam lost his family or left his family). Then, Ilnam sees Gihun who still keeps the humanity he already lost and Ilnam decides to test Gihun in the marble game. At the same time, Ilnam expects Gihun to show “Humanity” to him. At last, Gihun temporarily loses humanity from Ilnam’s test but Ilnam shows the love of sacrificing for Gganbu, or friend, hoping that Gihun won’t lose his humanity that Ilnam already lost. Although Ilnam could defeat Gihun in the game, Ilnam demonstrated his humanity and chose to save Gihun. This can be interpreted as paying back the humanity that Gihun had been showing to Ilnam. While Gihun participates in the game again, Gihun makes different choices from Sangwoo since the marble game because Ilnam’s sacrifice game another opportunity for Gihun. Gihun recovers the humanity and participates in the game again from the humane sacrifice of Gganbu. It is funny and ironic to think how the host won and lost at the same time in that scene. Considering how Ilnam was deep in thoughts instead of welcoming the VIP, the marble game must have influenced on the humane side of the host. In the last scene, Gihun meets the host again and starts the third game. They bet on whether someone would help an unconscious man on the street and this last game was about whether to believe the humanity or not. Gihun believed in the humanity and won at last just like he won the Squid Game The defeated host dies just like the other game participants. After winning the third game, Gihun becomes the “Complete Human Being” and he decides not to take the airplane (symbolizes another “Rise”) and says he cannot forgive such inhumane things done to people. In such context, Gihun’s red hair symbolizes his humane anger. Thinking that Gihun was afraid of the red color (blood of strikers, game guards, and blood of participants who lost game) throughout the drama, this is an ironical change. As Gihun recovered his humanity after the marble game, Gihun started participating in the game as human instead of racehorse. There is another funny setup in the drama. In the beginning, Gihun meets a salesman (Gong Yoo) and says he doesn’t believe in God. Sangwoo stabbed on Gihun’s hand in the rain. That’s symbolizes the stigma. When Gihun gets released in while tied in ropes, the first word Gihun hears is “Believe in God” This shows where Gihun should head to after becoming the human. So, Gihun gives up on going up to higher class and enjoying peace from the prize money. Instead, challenges on the path that seems impossible. If the next season comes out, Gihun would be trying to be a savior (Jesus). Now, let’s look at reasons why Squid Game is a fable. Fables personify animals or other natural objects. Some might say “Why is Squid Game a fable? There are humans in this drama.” That is not true. There is no human in this drama. To be clear, there is no “Complete Human” except for Gihun in the last episode. The participants are no more than racehorses and guards wear the mask to hide themselves. VIP and host also wear the animal masks. Especially, the host has a rabbit mask (In Korean fable “Byeoljubujeon (Tale of Turtle), rabbit survived by lying to the turtle). These are all interesting setups. In other words, humans in this drama are not actually humans. Additional comments
There are many parts that can be interpreted in different ways. When participants are to win the competition in the game, they end up standing on the side of VIP. The host points out on such part and criticizes the ones who criticize capitalism.
The last game can be interpreted as victory of the host. Gihun didn’t run to the unconscious man to save him and he temporarily lost the humanity as Gihun played a game of observing the death of the man (just like how VIP did) through the window. If the host intended on testing such aspects of Gihun, Ilnam won the game in hidden meaning.
In the scene of meeting the host, Gihun asks “How could you do that? Do you earn money that easily?” to the host. Then, the host answers “You also have tried to earn money. Was that easy?” This means that the host also earned money the hard way. What could have been Ilnam’s difficulties?
Such difficulties are eventually associated with the drama’s theme of humanity. As Ilnam earned money, he lost humanity and became the host. “Losing the humanity” was the difficulty that Ilnam went through. For instance, as Ilnam said in the marble game, he forgot to buy a birthday present for this son. Likewise, Gihun couldn’t care about his daughter’s birthday properly. Ilnam couldn’t care because he was busy earning money while Gihun had no money. Both of them were bored of life and both of them lost their humanity. Ilnam thanked Gihun for reminding the memories of the pleasant time in his childhood and closed his eyes. This shows that Ilnam tried to recover the humanity he lost by remembering back of the games he enjoyed in the childhood.
Ilnam tells Gihun, “You earned the prize money for your efforts and luck. Use the money.” This is associated with different parts. Gihun gives fish to a cat and says “I earned this money by getting slapped on the face.” When Gihun’s mother asks where Gihun got the money from, Gihun answers “I earned this money with my own hands and body for dear life.”
However, Gihun doesn’t use the prize money from the Squid Game. Although the hosts asked whether he cannot use the prize money for sense of guilt, Gihun couldn’t use the money because the prize money was the price of lives of 456 people. In other words, Gihun thought prize money isn’t the money he earned himself. Just like Gihun’s mother doubted, Gihun thought of the prize money was the money he stole rather than the money he earned himself. When Ilnam tells Gihun, “You earned that money for your efforts. You can use it”, Gihun finally uses the prize money.
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