>bosses from previous levels are now regular enemies
>bosses are just recolored normal enemies
So, are soulfags gonna be BTFO when Sui Generis is released? The combat system is the definition of hard, and is going to change difficult speedruns forever.
It does that until you really get a grip of it. Then it starts to look like a sort of dance.
The trick is to shift the mass of the body properly. It's like learning how to walk again but with swordfighting included.
Your opinion on Xeno Kino?
this is what i am forced to play with
god i fucking hate summer
an entire afternoon of spamzos and ninjas
What a time to be a weeb
Why can't Marin be real?
What's your excuse?
Well are you at least going to try? No of course not because /v/ can never actually rationally explain anything.
>there's no aim assist
>the game is faster than CoD and runs 60fps
>if you use ultimates like shit, you lose
>if you die a lot, you lose
>if you have no skill, you lose
please try again
I finally got this working
on windows 10 What do I do now?
What makes this game so great? I've never played it before but I feel like picking it up because of how praised it is. Is it really that good? Or is /v/ just being nostalgia fags?
It's that odd inbetween with Oblivion and Daggerfall. I'm enjoying it so far although magic is tremendously overpowered in this game.
Graphics are ASS and the land itself is not all that interesting to explore.
Combat is rather hit or miss (both figuratively and literally)
The quests however are the main highlight of the game. The dialogue and interactions within the quest are probably the height of all Elder Scrolls games ever gotten
It must be partially nostalgia. Don't get me wrong, I'm a huge Morrowind-fan. But I don't think that I could get back to it, if I hadn't played it since my childhood. Some of the gameplay mechanics and designes are just too archaic.
But what sucks me always in the atmosphere and world. It's just so unique and alien, but still feels very real because of all the world and depth it has. Someone else described it as that the world doesn't need you, the player, to be alive.
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New video on England: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FkIT6iMeYjE
>lead by Victoria
>special ability: British Museum
>unique units: Sea Dog, Redcoat
>unique district: Royal Navy Dockyard
civ looks pretty fun to me but i heard their games are shit until they've been out for a few years.
so should i get civ 5 and enjoy it right now? or does civ 6 actually look good/complete?
What do you think about Wolfenstein and its recent incarnations?
What are you hoping for in a possible sequel?
What do you think could've been made
My friend just bought me this game.
What the fuck am I supposed to do?
Uninstall and forget about it.
The game is honestly overrated. The gameplay is clunky, the character building is obtuse and poorly fleshed out, and the story is pants on head retarded, with a bunch of vague existential bullshit thrown in to make it seem smarter.
Thoughts on this game? I find it an interesting concept and the mechanics look cool, but Ubisoft has something of a reputation.
Let's go down the list:
>it will run like shit
>it will have two layers of DRM
>it will be unplayable for the first week or two
>it will be overpriced
>it will have DLC and microtransactions out the ass
>it will be abandoned within six months
Did I miss anything?
Why is GTAV the top seller?
Game is pretty old now and only has a 40% discount.