If I cash in a 1000 USD on a gaming rig, with the new RX480, would it be worth the money?
Is this the hardest character to master in this game?
It seems like no matter how good your positioning is, there's always a Widow maker or Hanzo on the other team that can instagib you with a click, or a Tracer/Reaper/Soldier76 can just flank you and you have no way to escape due to his lack of mobility
He's alright but his ultimate is not very good. People can still be killed during it, it has a small radius, and doesn't allow him to even using his amazing attack or orbs during a push or defense.
5 games to be accepted into /v/ sekrit club.
Why is it okay to shoot a horde of zombies but as soon as they're humans, everyone loses their minds? They're both humanoid shaped sacks of flesh so what's the difference? Don't say "zombies".
It's actually very realistic. Have you ever gone to a museum and looked at a very detailed painting? You don't just notice all of the details right away. No, when you spend time looking at it, it seems like certain details "pop in" to view because you notice them for the first time and they just kind of stick.
Well I never thought I'd see the day where consoles (temporarily) surpass the PC world.
4k gaming is upon us and the options are now this:
$1000 for a 4k TV and PS4k/Xbones
>Nomura is in charge
>Prompto is a refugee who has recently joined Noctis's crew
>Stella is both a romantic interest and antagonist, being the daughter of the villain
>King Regis is a mafia boss and king, only about 20 years older than Noctis
>Tabata is in charge
>Prompto was a socially awkward fat kid
>Luna is a basic bitch with a crush on Noctis
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Comfy sci fi games, or anything similar to BG&E? And what's the skinny on the sequel?
It also feels so strange how liberal the game is while at the same time being critical of modern 'liberal' behavior like centralization and censorship.
This is a Japanese dwarf
Japanese ATR on atm
Hope Altissia webms will follow shortly.
Is it true the GameCube version is better than the HD version?
For starters, it's exactly the same game.
However, original runs at 480i, the new one can be played in UHD if you so desire, in 60fps.
Sure, some of the backgrounds don't really scale too well beyond 1080p, but the game is still very pretty and atmospheric.
Most people do recommend sticking to 4:3 aspect ratio if possible. Helps with the BGs a bit too. And do not use the new "Modern" control scheme, or play on the "easy" or "very easy" difficulties.
>Should I play them in order?
>Can I skip the first game?
>Is the second one worth it or can I skip to the third?
If you have ever honestly asked any of these questions, I hope you realize you'r a casual and a shitter.
I like playing an entire series before I get to the last entry, but if you want to get to the last game because it's the one that looks interesting to you, I respect your decision as well. Life is short, after all.
>if you want to get to the last game because it's the one that looks interesting to you, I respect your decision as well.
There's not many cases I can think of where this would be the situation. Maybe if somebody wanted to play Ground Zeroes/Phantom Pain for the open world shit instead of the more compact and focused experiences of the first 4?
So anon, when did you learn to leave the petty console war fighting behind you and embrace fun?
Pretty much this. When Halo fell off I lost all care to get an xbone. Now it's all exclusives that are fun for a week like sunset overdrive and scalebound which looks like poop.
Anyone hyped for this?
Something people may not know, the developer said it was an RPG set in a post-post apocalyptic world, where nature has returned and where humans are no longer the dominant species.
Sounds awesome to me.
why this is allowed
I clame this shit thread in the name of Kane