Pirated russian cam version of this movie and it was surprisingly good, don't listen to kotaku
The movie feels more like warcraft 1&2 than wow so I get that people are complaining so much since wow got most warcraft fans into the series but it's actually worth watching if you're into the pre-wow games
HOLY FUCK STOP SHILLING
This isn't even the movie board.
Activate at your own Risk
giving steam keys away every 5-6 minutes till 3. if the thread dies I keep my keys. Most of these games are trash but there are some hidden jems to be found.
Its dangerous to go alone, take
Unpopular opinions thread
Pandaria was the best part expansion for wow
Oblivion is worse than skyrim and morrowind
D3 is now better than D2
The first 3 halos are good games, 2 being the weakest of the three
Warcraft 3 sucked as an RTS
Civ 3 is better than civ 4
find a more annoying enemy
Should i get Dark Souls 3 or not?
>not wanting to fight this based a boss
What went so right ?
devs understood what makes turn based games fun and applied the right dose a reality. the right dose of stereotypes wit the mercs also helped a bit...
damn i want a jagged alliance 3...
Seriously, the mercs have so much fucking variety
Idealistic newbies, Badass Veterans, racists, sexists, Insane bombers, knife nut casanovas, etc.
Game Devs should take some notes on this
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>Warp and then travel to mission point with mech
>zoom past high level enemy
>enemy hits twice destroying mech
Same. But I managed to put 40 hours into it before completely losing interest in it. The combat just doesnt make having a mech fun either. I was pretty hyped about the game. even bought the special edition sadly which ended up being a pice of shit bundle in terms of quality
The game gets infinitely more fun if you forget the warp function exists. Still playing it past end game now, working on getting through Phog's affinity missions. They really fucked up the story with having you basically tied to Elma and Lin 90% of the time. And also dropping Lao, who did nothing wrong.
okay I just finished Chrono Trigger
Damn.. the feels... even though the game wasn't as long as current games I was immersed deeply into it and I felt teary watching the ending credits (the fucking music)
I think I'm going to try all the classic JRPGs, can /v/ recommend me any good JRPGs? I tried Grow Lanser, it had an amazing story and music, I liked that
How is Chrono Cross?
Sounds like its time for you to play the Dragon Quest series. As they are the major factor for why Chrono Trigger was so good. Suikoden I-III are also good if you want something similar in character focused story.
Also, Chrono Cross is great. Just realize its an independent story and not a direct sequel to Chrono Trigger.
I just read briefly into them, but they seemed like 'joke' endings, I didn't want to break my immersion, the original ending was perfect for me
Should I start from 1? or is 1 a little too old?
>I will never rate a video game a 10/10 because that means it's perfect, and nothing is perfect
A 10/10 means whatever flaws a game might have don't overshadow its positive qualities at all. It may have some flaws but the game's good attributes are so overwhelmingly enjoyable that those flaws can't impact that.
>the name is andrei ulmeyda
>Im a man with a plan
what did he mean with this
WHAT THE FUCK
So is anyone going to start playing again?
What's the hardest video game ever created?
I just finished building my first PC yesterday. What games are worth playing on it? So far I've picked up Hyper Light Drifter. What else would you recommend for a long-time console/handheld user who is just now moving to PC gaming?