Would you rather join the Assassins or the Templars?
Never really bothered with groups, factions or anything in life. Always been on my own. It's better that way, honestly. I'm... unstable, I guess. That's what the doctors say, but I don't care. I stopped taking my meds, because they throw me off balance, take away the true me. But yeah, I'm better off by myself. And it will always be like this. Hell, I'm a danger to myself, let alone anyone I group up with. It just wouldn't work.
When are we going to get new overwatch characters and when are we getting hazmat suit guy
What is a decent Saint's Row like? Inb4 story or setting.
saints 1 was my favorite mostly because of the protect the pimp and blinged out ride gamemode.
i just loved the map design in protect the pimp. It always funneled to the center of the map and niggas would spam nades and move slowly to get the pimp accross. blinged out ride was just fun to play.
How can you not love this man?
Seems like pic related was the last good one. Fuck that hack n slash shit, I wanna explore
OoE is trash. It's like a whole game of being in the Clocktower, the levels feel designed to annoy rather than challenge.
Personally I think she'll be pretty fun to play.
>literally a getter
Game looks mediocre desu
This person got fired today from Blizzard. Are you sure you want his thread to just be archived?
Setting aside any baggage from the current climate of video games, setting aside EA, just judging this game, do you think it'll be good and how do you think it will compare to the first game?
Is probably going to have a lot of auto/qte stuff, like the doors you had to time the kick in first will probably be auto so is sliding under stuff.
One common complaint of really bad players is that in the first game had "tank" controls because you have to build momentum so that's probably gone too, full speed the second you move forward.
Another complaint is the they didn't know where to go, so markers everywhere.
It looks like the artdesign isn't nearly as sleek as that of ME1, it tries to have an Open World without really commiting to it enough to make exploration interesting... eh.
It will probably be serviceable but not nearly as memorable as the first one.
Bought Bloodborn today ...
Can't even get past the cleric's beast ... I'm stuck at the very fucking beginning of the game where you have to kill a whole shitload of those fuckers.
what is fun in constantly dieying and doing the same thing over and over again ?
I really don't get it ... I really, really don't. Not wanna give up yet ... So anyone ?
Hints / tips for a total fucking noob who's on the verge of a mental breakdown?
I'm not trolling or whatever I just want help or someone to explain to me why doing the same area over and over again trying to learn the enemies and shit is fun ... I DONT GET IT
>INT/MAG stat is NOT color-coded blue
>the abbreviation for each attribute is not standard
I never got Ninja Gaiden Black, is Sigma worth buying and playing to get the experience?
Favorite Detective Game?
Does Phoenix Wright count at least a little bit?
How the fuck do I outsmart him correctly? I play on Hard and I try to stay constantly on the move but I can't manage to get ahead of it. I feel like exploring the levels to grab some crafting plans and discover some shit but this fucker right here always has a mile ahead of me
How do you outsmart him, /v/?
>people find it hard
just hide in a locker or under a table as soon as he gets close. that's what I did until I got the flamethrower, and at that point the game becomes even easier.
aren't there decoys and stuff you can craft to make it move away too?
Is the most unlikeable protagonist in the history of video games?
Why didn't mouse peripherals for consoles ever catch on, especially with how popular console FPSs have become? Are console peasants just too retarded?
>Are console peasants just too retarded?
This is going to be a short thread.