i replaced my 8 year old pc thermal paste & switched on my Antec 900 jet turbines
cpu temps under load dropped by 30C (even when OC'd)
You don't understand heat, I think my motherboard came to me dead because of the heat from sitting in the shipping truck.
"Can I just like fight him on a boat or something?"
There's nothing really wrong about having water combat in a game. If you have monsters underwater and you can go in water then you need to be able to have combat underwater. It isn't a gimmick just because you didn't like it. Is underwater combat bad?
Sure, it ain't the best. But its far from unplayable and you do actually fight him using the normal underwater combat mechanics. And please, if you're trying to say he should become more like Jhen Mohran, then fuck off. Now that's...
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He's still my favorite monster in terms of design. I wouldn't mind him seeing come back.
Being fought on a boat or something could be cool, provided that he wouldn't just be a Mohran clone.
Are you gonna buy the Skyrim Remaster, /v/?
It's gonna look and run a lot better than Skyrim with mods right now, because the game engine is updated.
What went wrong?
/v/ I hear that g-sync is really good for my games what exactly does it do is free sync better or is it all just a meme?
what am I in for?
So, speaking as a strategy gamer to other strategy gamers(Or just gamers in general), Id like to know how many of you have read Sun Tzus art of war and how has it affected you when your playing game play?
I personally feel since reading it and gaining a understanding of it, I have moved to improve my gameplay, scout more often, and be more tactical in my plans.
Read it and honestly its mostly just common sense stuff that people take for granted and waxes poetry at time.
Stuff like don't over extend, attack the weakest part of your enemy and not the strongest, make them come to you so they will be tired, only promote the people who are skilled not who you like and so on.
Things people do in vydia that gets under your skin.
>when someone plays a 2D Mario game without holding the run button
>likewise when someone plays a 2D Mario game without getting any coins or hitting any blocks
>"press X to do [insert key move]"
>section appears requiring the player to know how to do key move
>"HOW DID THE GAME EXPECT ME TO KNOW HOW TO DO THAT?????"
>Skips every cutscene and tutorial
>"where the fuck an I supposed to go?"
>"How the fuck am i supposed to do this?"
>Doesn't pay attention tot he game teaching them how to do a thing
>dies because he didn't do the thing
>Blames game for their own incompetence.
The Witcher 3 or Fallout 4? I've never played any Witcher games but it seems its better than Fallout 4 so I am considering. Which will run better (less crashes/bugs/stutters/lag) on my pc?
Here are my specs:
Processor- Intel Core i7-3632QM CPU @ 2.20GHz 2.20GHz
System: 64-bit OS
Should I do it?
Zelda isn't an RPG. Its an action-adventure game with a tad of customization.
Some games on sale I think
Want something new to play on my Vita.
Safe Intoxication > Wanna Be Crazy > Big Bang Sonic > HEAVY DAY
Now that we've finally agreed on this alarming issue, let's have a Guilty Gear thread!
>who you maining
>what are you practicing
>what are you struggling with
>who is best Valentine
it's still Elphelt btw
>Wanna Br Crazy better than anything
Fuck you, OP.
Also, Shotgun and Head = Six Black Heavens Guns > everything else.
Chipp Z'nuff of E'nuff Z'nuff.
FUCK YOU ELPHET
Valentine, faggot, gimme dat nonsugar upsirt.
>his fucking weird-ass airdash
the fact that Robo-Ky isn't playable yet