I downloaded this game and even I feel ripped off.
Jesus, did they shit this out in a week? The only redeeming factor is some top quality Nintendo girls becoming giants.
I understand the hardware specs for the actual headsets are the same (or almost the same), but what selling points does the rift even have aside from their bought exclusives?
As of now, the main differences i see are that the rift was intended for sitting down and just looking at the pretty VR, while the vive is intended for players to actually GET IMMERSED INTO VR.
I honestly don't understand why someone would choose to pay hundreds for virtual reality, and then choose for that reality to be you sitting on your ass playing a controller you can't even see.
ITT: Your favourite online game you wish wasn't dead
I thought it's gonna be another cheap rehash like II did, but from the article, I think that's it's actually pretty interesting. Thoughts, /v/?
What does /v/ think of the Ape Escape series?
Guys, just got another epic.
Post pics of your lucky gear drops.
Im downloading Morrowind right now, i've never played it, even tho i've been playing all others TES and FO games. ( Arena, Oblivion etc). Any tips? I've lurked enough here to know just a couple things (i.e. Attacks always miss, mages are op, guilds are fantastic) Im all hear /v/.
Also, Morrowind thread.
Give him the ring, OP.
Also, take the expensive plate in the first office where you set your character traits, drop it before getting caught, get reprimanded then pick it up again to sell. Easy 500 gold right at the start.
He paid $2500 for this
It was fun on /tv so let's try it here.
Name your five favorite videogames in no particular order and others have to geuss your age.
Only one per series.
Here are mine:
Silent Hill 2
Legacy of Kain: Blood Omen 2
Metal Gear Solid
Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance
Why don't you pull your daddys dick out of your ass stop bitching?
I just got a new friend who didn't play games growing up and now he wants to start playing. Things that experienced gamers take for granted--quickly understanding control schemes, being able to manipulate both analog sticks at the same time, knowing where the buttons are on the controller without looking--he can't really do any of that yet. We started playing Littlebigplanet and have been having fun; Guacamelee has been good too albeit still a little challenging for him. Can you guys recommend me any couch co-op games that are beginner friendly? Anything with camera control is off the table--we tried Portal 2 and my friend could hardly navigate (hopefully we'll get there.) I have a PS3 and 360.
ya you can play scott pilgrim coop splitscreen on the 360.
OP you should also try castlecrasher, and
minecraftto have him learn the aim/walk scheme on a controller.
but you have to very patient.
What went wrong?
Were we too harsh on this game?
I downloaded the demo, liked what I saw in the first 5 minutes, the a big dog monster came out and the fight turned into a QTE halfway through. And that's when I uninstalled. Shame, because aesthetics and atmosphere were stellar.
>Pokemon Go was released right after Congress reapproved the Patriot Act
Really makes you think.
Dumping some infographs
I was about to lose my shit when I didn't see Mother motherfucking 3 in the RPG category.
>Symmetra mocks Torb's inventions as being old and made of iron
>His armor is way better than her shields
What exactly was the point of that banter?