What is your favorite part of DS2?
Why does nobody like to play healers?
You get the satisfaction of saving everybody when they inevitably fuck up everything and most of the commendations
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Discuss this gem
It all goes downhill from mama frog onwards. The game had a LOT of potential, but suffered from the same thing that plagued most no name platformers, brawlers and assorted forgettable SNES games: shitty moves and hit detection
Also the yetis. Fuck them. Fuck that whole god damn family
What do you think of Compile Heart's latest attempt at a DRPG?
mite b cool
Guess I'm going to wait for Felistella to fix all the pacing and balance issues for the re-release.
DON'T BUY THE NES CLASSIC
Build your own
Kodi v17 (Krypton) will be released later on this year and will support RetroPlayer
Kodi will then support Game Addons, including Libretro emulator cores ( http://www.libretro.com ). Game Addons will make retro emulators easily accessable to to everyone using Kodi
>Darkness is good
>Light is evil
So is there a way to port this to
Windows 10 phonesyet?
I know everyone on this board loves this game out of all the other fallouts, and I've seen the graphs and explanations as to why it's an objectively better game, but why didn't I have as much fun with it as I did with fallout 3? I enjoyed it, but it felt empty and a bit soul-less.
Help me understand, /v/
Fallout 3>4>nv imo
New vegas setting was boring
Brotherhood of Nod = Strogg?
Today is World Snake Day.
Let's have a thread dedicated to all the sneks in vidya.
Next week our bags are saved.
Nice shill thread. Love how your marketing firm has one picture you're allowed to post.
Also FFXIV is releasing far better content on the same day so why would anyone care?
anyone else play games with small communities? there are only a few populated day of defeat source servers with low ping, so I always recognize some of the players. feelsgoodman, its like we're in a community
There's a really shit unity-engine russian game where you battle dragons armed with lasers. Time of Dragons is very rough around the edges but it is a lot of fun and there's maybe 30-40 English speaking players we come across fairly regularly.
I like this game because I'm pretty good at it, so there's usually only two other people that can regularly get 8-9 kills a round and it's a thrill when you join a game and they're on your team.
>anyone else play games with small communities?