Forget Adventure, Rush 3 when?
Aside from the whole collecting materials it was pretty solid. They even let you skip cutscenes this time around. Plus they fixed the broken bosses.
Is the game making sure that if you are going in quick play solo, you'll always have a win ratio of .5?
I had a streak of wins one time, I think 5, and then the game said, "Re-instancing to a more balanced game". Something like that.
Why must both games be developed by slavshits?
War Thunder is genuinely fun for me, but the battle rating system makes me want to poison their vodka supply
>mfw I try to play US ground forced
>1.0 version of the game out within a month or two
Skipped a day of senior or junior year of highschool to play this with a friend, then our server was instantly full when everyone else got home and joined in and we all explored this new universe together, very very good memories.
Then we started losing interest, we would all get really into it when a new big update hit but we would all lose interest again after a week.
I'm now a college dropout and I have something like 374 hours but haven't touched it in months, I hope this new update will be big enough to bring back some of those good times for longer.
When I was a kid, if you bought a game that could be pirated, you generally couldn't return it to the store for a refund.
Now, I see plenty of people posting about getting refunds for games from Steam and whatnot these days.
How much are these refunds actually costing these game companies? Has there been a really bad game where like, 10% of players got a refund?
Do you think we will get games with more depth in the future because all the shallow, highly marketed games will get mass-refunded?
The system at the minute is good; post two hours you can't refund and owning it for a long as time lessens your chances, too.
However I think for some games two hours maybe doesn't cut it, mostly for some bigger strategy games.
Two hours! That's quite strict. I wasn't aware of that. Makes a lot of sense. Not quite enough time for the buyer's remorse.
I guess shit hasn't changed so much after all.
1. Your year of birth.
2. Your favorite 90's game.
2. Sonic & Knuckles
>yfw millennials will never know the pain and joy of growing up with games that were very difficult to obtain because emulation used to be terrible and internet piracy wasn't a huge thing yet, so you were basically forced to get the game physically, but nowadays everything is just a click away
>that kid who used rare candies on all his Pokemon
>that kid who ran like sonic
>that kid who was weird and self deprecating all the time
>that kid who would daydream about playing a rock song and their classmates loved it
>that kid who deepened his voice when he was called on in class
>that kid that liked blink 182 too much
>that kid that wore band shirts every...
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What the fuck is his problem?
What's the problem people have with him? He just call out publishers bullshit 90% of the time which is always nice. His skits are kinda terrible, but not the worst, and are usually unintrusive.
>EXTREME GRAPHICS MOD! (GTA 5 Funny Moments) WORLDS BIGGEST RAMP INSANE !!!
>50 million views
What do you want to see in the next big update?
New heroes? Nerfs? Buffs? Skins? Voicelines?
Holy fuck this game is depressing
My dick is impressed.
what is the most well optimized game of all time /v/?
This is a leaked screenshot of Liberty City in the GTA V engine
How do we save Silent Hill?
By crashing Konami, with no survivors. Have you seen what they've done to MGS3: Snake Eater?
It now lives in a Pachinko machine.
Suffice to say, I'm absolutely livid.