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Any tips on Genji? I got his young Genji and nomad skin the other night from a crate but I never play him. I usually play Pharah, Winston or Lucio.
I dabbled around in training and learners his animation cancel burst that deals 220 damage. I can't say it's useful at all because you literally need to be melee to pull it off and there are a ton of heroes that wreck Genji in melee range.
Also I'd like to add the legendary Genji skins are lack luster compared to his brother's
Sure his sword and shuriken models are different but it's still the same green dragon ultimate whereas Hanzo gets cool white wolves and shit
You are a tracer with way better ability to 1v1 opponents
get up in snipers faces, disrupt the enemies backlines, deflect their bastions, and for fucks sake actually use your wall climbing ability
What do you believe to be the best Hack and Slash game and why?
For me it's Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes.
Most (though not all) of the character stories are pretty good. Branching story lines for each character that actually tell different stories if you pursue them. All of the characters are different from one another. Solid action. Lots of unlockables. And Even a couple different anime series to watch if you want to get more of it.
My nigga. I don't understand how people can prefer Sengoku Musou after playing Basara.
Basara 3 basic is pretty garbage though.
>Somehow still manages to have shit characters (Who the fuck thought Tsuruhime was ok? Or Yoshitsugu?)
>Maps are boring as shit
Because they're different. I like both.
I like both series as well, but Basara just has a more fluid gameplay style that makes me prefer it overall. I'll admit that Musou has much better maps, though. What the fuck happened to the cool stages they had back in 2 and Heroes?
Majora's Mask was developed in one year.
Skyward Sword took five, the Wii U one is going to be SIX fucking years.
The PS2 Metal Gears took 2-3 years to make.
Phantom Shit took fucking SEVEN.
The only way we can have great games again is by cutting back on graphics, you can ignore the PC retards who think good graphics just grow on trees.
Would it be possible to take graphics a step backwards for big games like these? Would they still sell enough?
I think in the case of Majora's Mask it's because the game reused a lot of material from Ocarina of Time, anon. They had the engine, models and graphics all prepared and just had to tweak and reassemble them.
Making a big game with PS3 visuals is a monolithic task for Nintendo, they can do alright with the smaller ones with less shit to render like Mario Kart, but they just aren't capable of it with a game like Zelda.
Kills me to think that the Wii U could've had two Zelda games all of it's own if graphics weren't such a concern. The singular HD re-releases are just an insult, especially at full price.
Which is the better game and why?
Mario 64 was more revolutionary, and it is amazing to see how dynamic (or broken) the game engine is. I'm eagerly awaiting Pannenkoek2012's zero A-press 120 star run.
I think Ocarina Of Time is more enjoyable to simply play though. It shows its age, sure, but it's still incredibly engrossing even to this day.
To compare them is EXTREMELY hard. One is about movement options and using your surroundings to hop through an obstacle course, and the other is a puzzle dungeon crawler with a huge emphasis on story. Which do I personally prefer? Super Mario 64.
Which is objectively better? They are both incredible games with mechanics that still hold up to this day. They defined the 3D version of their respective genres, paving the way for generations of games that came after them.
But seriously, Banjo Kazooie or Mario 64?
Thoughts on this game? I think the level design is fun and it's super enjoyable with friends, but why make the online fucking regional-only? No wonder random is nearly dead now.
>bring hp of a boss down to 50%
>you can kill him during the cutscene
>party member's hp goes down to 50%
>turns into a complete badass with maxed stats for the rest of the fight
Really on the fence about you-know-what. My dilemma is that my PC can't run it and I don't know if the playerbase on PS4/Xbox will be worth getting it for. Should I spring for it anyway?
Convince me to get/not get the game, in other words. Let's hear some legitimate pros and cons, and not shitposting or waifu-baiting.
You guys weren't kidding about Undertale.
Playing it for the first time. First hour had me going from crying like a bitch to choking on my own laughter. I very rarely cry, so this is impressive as fuck for a game to achieve.
I almost hate how effective this game is at playing with your emotions.
This game has been woefully underappreciated for 18 years. Now it's been ported to PS4 and Vita, and there still aren't enough people talking about it.
Check it out if you like fighting games, chances are you'll wonder how on earth you missed this gem.
New #FE trailer
Why haven't you preordered yet?
>WAKE ME UP
When they up?
I'm ready to slam into some jam.
Why do people prefer Roxas over Sora?
Best franchise in time. The whole series collection is pretty cheap right now.
What's your honest thoughts on this game 9 months later?