>the world is at stake and you're the only hope for Earth's survival
>everyone is cheering for you to beat the final boss
>merchant is selling you his best stuff so you can fair better in the upcoming final battle
>merchant still asks for payment for his stuff
Games that only you played.
Why does /v/ hate him?
He's too prevalent.
Like JYB, you start to recognize his voice and tonal patterns, and that ruins every character he voices, because they just become a different looking troy baker.
Steve Blum also falls into this category
>they switch off lucio/mercy
Why do they do this? For what purpose?
I don't fucking know bro , I just don't fucking know...
Why is this game so highly recommended on /v/? I just finished it and it was pretty fucking bad
>Only 8 weapons
>You can only carry 3
>The entire point of limited arsenal is to have a fuckload of weapons, not just 8, 8 could easily fit in a wheel
>2 of those weapons are functionally identical, 1 only shows up 5 times and other 2 only get a viable amount of ammo until the end of the game where theres barely anyone left to use them on.
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Theres 2 things I hated about fear:
The audio mixing is absolute shit, you can barely listen to character's speeches
And the fucking "particle" effects, whenever a bullet hits a wall theres this fucking huge cloud of dust that pops out and lingers around for 5 seconds completely blocking visibility.
I agree names were pretty retarded but its not THAT bad of a game
What are some games that I can play while listening to music in the background?
Oh shit mosaic thread, you guys know the rules.
older mosaics here: http://vidya-mosaic.booru.org/
please don't let this one die
Which is the better game?
Super Metroid, or Castlevania: Symphony of The Night?
Super Metroid quite clearly.
SotN is a good game but it is much more grindy than Super Metroid and that detracts from my enjoyment quite significantly. Plus Super Metroid has a much better atmosphere, art style, and soundtrack imo.
I've played and beaten SM multiple times and love it to death, even considering it one of my favorite games of all time but I can't get into SotN for shit. I started a file, got a little bit into it but couldn't really do it. I really didn't like the level design, both aesthetically and design-wise. I also really didn't like the RPG elements either, which made it more grindy. Maybe I should give it another go?
What is the most Hardcore Henry like game out there.
I want to play some loud fucking music with some louder gunfire on top with the best quality fodder to shoot and wreck.
I kinda feel like between the two of them, we're pretty much good
I think it's really weird that all enemies, no matter how hard or often you slap them, will target Miki and ONLY Miki. I've tried it out with every single character, on a shitload of enemies once I've realized she dies at least 3 times per boss battle.
Not even the enemies in this game can put up with her potato face.
Did you give her the GUARDIAN role by any chance? You have to actually read the descriptions of roles. Most of them are bad for a proper setup.
I gave her Princess and set Victor to Royal Guard because I thought it would make him stop enemies from targeting her but it only made it worse.
Also I hear the "walking dead" role is great for making her invincible but I put it on her and it drains her health from full to 0 in no time flat and she doesn't bother healing at all even with the role that reduces cast time and the rest being healer roles. Am I being trolled?
Can we have a Grimrock thread?
Is it worth getting level 1 fire magic just for the meteor hammer?
>I'll be that monkey
what did he mean by this?
Anyone else agree? This is why I stick with consoles......
Is now a good time to get a Vita? I had my eye on the Japanese orange one, and would mostly be using it for some Jap games and NA indies.
I hate that the proprietary mem cards are still super expensive
What are some hidden gems?
>What are some hidden gems?
Atelier Ayesha, Technika Tune, TxK, Dungeon Travelers 2, Tales of Hearts R, Disgaea.
None of those are hidden gems. Everyone who still uses their Vita knows about those games.
As long as you're aware of what kinds of games are on it and are still interested, you likely won't be disappointed. Been playing through Trails of Cold Steel lately myself, and looking forward to Shiren later this month.