Would you consider June to be a good month fo video games?
I have a character idea for Skyrim. I'm going to primarily use bows and the sneak skill. Any suggestions on race, secondary skills, etc?
I wasnt informed of this up untill now, hype levels are unreal.
why isnt monster hunter more popular?
Who here is going to buy the remastered edition and sell it on ebay? I'm thinking about listing it at $50 unless anyone else wants to set the market standard higher.
If I intend on keeping new COD then I would have only paid 30 bucks for an otherwise 60 dollar game. Unless the market is set higher and people are in demand for just the remastered game alone, then selling it for anything higher than 50 seems challenging
Are synths and other robots sentient in Fallout 4? Do they have anything like emergent free will, or are they designed with purely deterministic minds, able to be possessed and reprogrammed at the Institute's whims?
Coming from a /g/ background I think turing-complete software cannot independently think for itself and merely follows algorithms. Prove me wrong /v/.
End-gen synths are genetically engineered humans with robotic implants, for all intents and purposes they are human
all other robots (including older and experimental synths like nick valentine) use simulated intelligence of varying degrees
do you know what a neural network is? a proper AI will not follow 'algorithms'. it will learn using a neural network and will therefore make decisions the exact same way a human does , maybe only faster
>same color shirt that link is wearing in breath of the wild
was this an official picture?
ganon and link mentor game?
Apparently this comes out next week, do you think it will be fun?
Already have a PC.
Thinking of buying a PS4, what games are there?
Bloodborne and Valkyria Chronicles Remaster. I bought mine last year so I haven't built up a huge collection of exclusives so those are the only two I have. And then there's unreleased stuff like Horizon, Kojima's new game, and Last Guardian
>Nier is supposedly made by the B-team and Scalebound by the A-team
>Scalebound looks rather clunky and unpolished
>Nier looks extremely sleek and has some of smoothest animation work I've ever seen
Nier looks like more bayonetta shit whereas scalebound looks like platinum trying something different
Then again, I've never liked nier so I'm pretty biased when it comes to this argument.
Why did they stop being a serious company?
Why did you stop being a serious poster?
Anyway, it might be because they have way too much faith in making fun games when trying to make your console as needed up as possible while making not so fun games is what actually sells nowadays.
Trigger warning. I'm shaking here. Which one of you fucking shitlords did this?
ITT mass murdering psychopaths
>plot is actually aware of how much of a mass murderer you are
OP is looking for the goriest games out there, and any genre goes.
What does /v/ suggest?
Do you take the opinions of people under 30 seriously? They never had real experience with the golden age of video games.
Summer Lesson won't be released except Japan
Siliconera caught up with Katsuhiro Harada at E3 2016, and we asked him if there are any plans to release Summer Lesson outside of Japan now they have its release date set alongside the PlayStation VR.
When asked about the chances of getting a localization of the upcoming interactive PlayStation VR title, Summer Lesson, Harada made two points—the first was about the difficulty of bringing it over, and the second is that it originally wasn’t going to be sold as a product but the game happened after getting request...
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