Better or worse that DS3?
What did they mean by this?
...when are you going to buy a PS4?
Lawbreakers is what Overwatch would have been if Blizzard didn't want to pander to the younger crowd with one dimensional characters and simple art styles. Gameplay is smooth as silk, the movement abilities are infinitely more complex than anything Blizzard could code, and interest for the game is looking to quickly overshadow competitors. Not to mention the game isn't riddled with microtransactions and DLC like Overwatch is.
Overwatch players talk big shit about beating Stillborn, but they're going to get fucking broken by Lawbreakers. Enjoy while you can.
>oh no we can't condense everything down to four unique classes we need to have 30
What sort of logic is this, why would anyone want 30 classes that can't do anything instead of 4 clearly defined roles?
What went wrong?
Is this some kind of Russian money laundering scheme?
Do people actually buy this shit at those prices?
I can understand tossing $10 bucks at it, but not a few hundred. Then again, I just spent $600 on a pair of tickets to an NFL game.
no its retards opening magical chance boxes for items to maybe get a cool skin to sell on the market wich valve earns dosh from.
Everyone participating in this shit is retarded
>Then again, I just spent $600 on a pair of tickets to an NFL game.
That's pretty much the same. You spend money for what you enjoy doing/having/whatever. For me, I'd rather buy a knife if I was playing CS:GO than a brand jacket or whatever in real life.
Whatcha emulating /v/?
How do you feel about the YU-NO remake?
See the picture for artstyle comparison.
>Studio founder Sean Murray shared the news in a post on Twitter, saying, "Yay! We finally settled with Sky (they own the word 'Sky'). We can call our game No Man's Sky. 3 years of secret stupid legal nonsense over."
>Murray noted the dispute was with "the same folks who made Microsoft change Skydrive to Onedrive... so it was pretty serious.
Why are copyright laws so terrible?
>Post references and keep them in a single post
>Keep it vidya
>If a post breaks the rules, DO report and hide it. DON'T respond to it.
>No OC requests. You can, however, request the creation of vidya characters
>Please post a sample of your art with your "taking...
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looks like it should take less than a day for it to become nintendo's most viewed upload in years
What the fuck is a musou game?
Musou or Muso may refer to:
Muso (InuYasha), a minor fictional character from InuYasha
The Japanese name for the Koei Tecmo Warriors franchise
Musou gauge, used in the Samurai Warriors series of video games
Musou mode, used in the Dynasty Warriors series of video games
Musō Soseki (1275–1351), Japanese Zen master
Why is this game so buggy on PS4? I was doing a spontaneous run and every now and again, my controls would lock up and I could only turn my flashlight on, or die. Also there was a time where the falling rocks near the library didn't properly load, so I just sort of got crushed by nothing.
Setting that aside, I severly underrated pneumatic weapons my first play-through holy shit. The Tihar became my sniper rifle during stealth sections.
I wish we could get some sort of game announcement, apparently a movie is in the works though.
Also, what's anyone's fav/go to weapon.
My aim tends to be questionable at best, so I tend to gravitate towards shotguns like the Shambler. Goddamn that reload time though. The Bigun has a place in my heart from the sheer novelty. And the quad Duplet is pretty fun too.
Is the Azbatz worth using? I'll likely do a LL run again and wanted to try something new.
ther is more salt in /v/ then in the dead sea
just because of ONE game
Breath of the Wild pretty much guaranteed itself unanimous GOTY 2017 awards in the same year when Sony will finally release all the shit they've been showing off at the last two E3s. And Microsoft confirmed that they've gone full Alienware. Of course there's salt.
What video games does /v/ play on her mobile phone?
Played Hearthstone and Magic for a bit. Angry Birds and PvZ way back when smartphones were a new thing. It's a dedicated Clover and YouTube machine now though, mobile gaming doesn't cut it.