>kill a spider
>it drops a Zweihänder
>kill a hollow
>it drops the greatsword of artorias
who would you main?
How come people say Super Mario 64 still holds up, yet they bash Sonic Adventure for an being outdated product of its time?
>Fighting the last boss.
>Gwyn's Music starts playing.
>Boss takes on a similar style to Gwyn
>Feel everything has come full circle.
What games have great notable callbacks to previous entries in a series that just make you feel real nostalgic?
I felt Dark Souls 3 extreme onadering and references ruined what coild have been a fresher experience.
They did it
>When he started work on “Warcraft” in 2012, he had just married his wife, Rodene, after she was given a diagnosis of breast cancer and had a double mastectomy. Then, as the movie was nearing completion, Mr. Jones’s father, the rock star David Bowie, died of cancer in January.
>“My film started and ended with cancer,” Mr. Jones said during a recent interview.
WARCRAFT: BLUNDER OF THE MILLENIUM
What are the best games made in the least amount of time /v/? Games that are actually commendable for being produced so fucking effeciently.
Melee was made in 13 months, Iwata swooped in and coded the fuck out of it
>games where the AI has perfect aim
>game where highest difficulty is just bots instantly headshotting you across map when they see a pixel of your head
So how many JRPGs actually have you fight God?
I don't mean a mortal that absorbed enough power to become a god, or some random god from a polytheistic setting, or anything like that. I'm asking about what games have you fight the actual capital G guy who created the universe God.
I see people talk about it all the time, but how common is it really?
Are you talking about the Christian God? If so, I can't think of any. Usually you fight the god of the universe in some JRPGs.
SMT, for example, has a God that's based on the Jewish God.
What are some good games about tanks?
There aren't many.
War Thunder is trash and going down the drain. Overcompression of battle ratings is putting tanks/planes into battles against opponents that they should never actually fight against, because fewer and fewer people are playing it resulting in long queue times. The devs are completely incompetent and are cancer. With realistic battles they are proposing to either remove all player markers or take down all video content...
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Why the hell are videogames so expensive?
>Only 18 copies sold.
What's your excuse, /v/?
>enemies explode into health items when they die
It's official, AMD is dead.
The r9 380 is below mid range and was around that price at release
The r9 480 is the replacement
Is she right?
No since fun is relative.
But also yes, if you're having "the most fun" relative to your personal beliefs, you're a winner, there can be unlimited winners.
But some people HAVE to win to "have fun," so when they lose, they lose the fun game too.