POP~ kun !nKasaneRh. 09/24/11 (Sat) 03:23:11 No. 7
>anybody you mean >everybody But yes, and the grey man still scares me, even though it is a really lame pop scare.
Booger-chan 09/24/11 (Sat) 03:35:07 No. 8
I wanna play it.
I'm 100% stupid, how I download and play a playstation/dreamcast/whatever the hell LSD is kinda game on my computer? My brother only showed me how to the NES roms ._. anyway I really wanna play LSD so bad
Canta 09/24/11 (Sat) 05:11:43 No. 9 >>6 >>6 >>6
the fuck is this
where the fuck is this
what the fuck is this
what the fuck are you
Anonymous 09/24/11 (Sat) 17:02:32 No. 10
First, download a PS1/PSX emulator such as ePSXe or PCSX. Then, just find an ISO file of the game. You may have to register for a forum or two to get the download link like I had to do.
Fetish Acquirer 09/24/11 (Sat) 19:43:08 No. 12
You made me search for a part of a walkthrough where the player jumps to the ceiling because he saw an uboaesque creature.
Stowaway !!Jacf/3VRrg 09/24/11 (Sat) 22:24:45 No. 14
Once upon a time I said I'd stream game play of this. I could try again?
Lolster1 09/25/11 (Sun) 15:21:36 No. 18
but dude i finally managed to play this shit on my psp
Lolster1 09/28/11 (Wed) 20:45:11 No. 36
Fetish Acquirer 09/28/11 (Wed) 22:12:59 No. 38
>>36 >only one page >feels the need to bump
But anyway, i read somewhere that emulating this game will cause every water ingame to be a raveparty/epilepsy blinking water.
Stowaway !!Jacf/3VRrg 09/28/11 (Wed) 22:59:16 No. 40
This is very true.
Also footsteps, oh god THE FOOTSTEPS
Anonymous 10/01/11 (Sat) 12:56:43 No. 53
That happened to me. I guess it's not just my emulater then, huh?
Yup. Multiple times. Was a bit of a surprise the first time, though.
Stowaway !!Jacf/3VRrg 10/02/11 (Sun) 00:33:27 No. 62
Yeah, those guys sometimes appear at the hotel.
Lolster1 10/03/11 (Mon) 03:37:27 No. 68
also those things are supposely called monsters of the bright moon.
The house is called bright moon hotel
Lolster1 10/13/11 (Thu) 14:38:05 No. 89
Fetish Acquirer 10/13/11 (Thu) 17:16:16 No. 90
Yes, the footsteps.
Somebody should change the sound files for the footsteps to those of yume nikki ( and flow, which uses the same sounds afaik ).
pixl 10/14/11 (Fri) 09:31:28 No. 96
Anyone of you yet seen the jumping around babys? Im still terrified y their sound and look. q_q
Lolster1 10/14/11 (Fri) 15:42:33 No. 98
i saw them… but the freakiest moment is when that spirit appears in that wearhouse in the violence district
Lolster1 10/20/11 (Thu) 21:27:35 No. 129
Anonymous 10/24/11 (Mon) 15:38:26 No. 147
oh and btw ive always got scared shitless by sound patterns like this
lolster1 10/24/11 (Mon) 16:45:01 No. 149
sorry i forgot to type my name
Lolster1 11/03/11 (Thu) 02:48:45 No. 189
i laugh my ass of at the
Anonymous 05/24/12 (Thu) 16:52:22 No. 1162
LSD is a boring game and the only thing that brings it to life is imagination. That's not how stuff works.
Anonymous 05/28/12 (Mon) 04:39:18 No. 1176
I sort of agree with this.
One could argue that there is a lot to explore in LSD, but exploring is a royal pain because its so easy to accidentally bump a wall and teleport to random places; this wouldn't be too bad on its own, but the time limit just kills it because it forces you to rush everywhere and you never get enough time to really appreciate the atmosphere of the game. I can't even begin to list how many times I've slogged through a boring, redundant area and came across a neat-looking place only for the dream to abruptly end.
Overall, LSD was kind of neat for a few hours, but it got really repetitive and boring after a while. I wouldn't really rank it up as anything special if not for the clear influence it had in Yume Nikki's creation.
Anonymous 05/28/12 (Mon) 12:41:36 No. 1179
It's a bit like Yume Nikki, in that it sucks if you rate it like a traditional game. Yume Nikki's probably more accessible though, since it has lot less randomness, and as a result, finding new interesting things and depends more on your memory, and less on luck.
Even with all the randomness, I find LSD pretty enjoyable. It was definitely more interesting in the earlier days, when I was coming across new things more frequently, though I'm on day 81 now, and still enjoying it, since I'm still coming across new things. What's worked better to me is to play it in shorter spurts of maybe 2-5 days at a time. I also know that a bunch of the more odd and bizarre textures don't appear until you get further along, so that can help keep things more interesting on later days.
Anonymous 10/19/13 (Sat) 21:07:00 No. 2911
Sorry for the bother. I downloaded the LSD Dream Emulator in my PC. It suposed to work with my keyboard but it doesn't. I try to change it with the F5 but nothing happens, I can't start to play it (the intros are cool but is frustrating when they start to reproduce almost immediatly and your keyboard controls don't work). Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
Anonymous 10/19/13 (Sat) 23:15:24 No. 2912
assuming you're using an emulator such as ePSXe, you should be able to configure your controls in the preferences..
Anonymous 10/20/13 (Sun) 03:01:16 No. 2913
You were right. Thank you for the