ITT: Post your most played steam games. We all rate each other's.
Chihiro is for _____
>GTA V on PS3 doesn't get the new upgrades
wew lads I think I should go ahead and kill myself
>Creating more amiibos then games
>Creating shitty first party titles such as Amiibo Festival, Metriod Federation Force, Mario Tennis, Starfox Zero, Paper Mario Color Splash
>Abandoning the Wii-U
>NX will only be on par with the XB1
>Porting Zelda U to the NX
What the fuck happened? When did nintendo did so fucking bad?
ITT: Times when you can safely disregard someones opinions on games
>Bioshock Infinite is good game, it's just not a good BIOSHOCK game
>1995: Solid Snake! We need you to destroy this new weapon known as METAL GEAR!
>1983: Cypher is building a weapon to surpass Metal Gear, which has existed in some capacity since 1964.
Explain this shit Kojimacucks
le suppressed tech
le suppressed history
pretty much every Metal Gear game released after MGS2 is easier to digest as a standalone story than trying to make any of this fucking mess fit together
Kojima is such a fucking hack he thought the ending to MGS2 was a perfect point to drop the whole series. Why the hell would you expect quality instead of "quality" from a man like that
What's the rarest/ most expensive collection of games you have /v/?
Mine is pic related. Every game is in it's box along with the manual.
>tfw you threw away the boxes and manuals for cartridge based vidya
Post something no-one but you knows about a game.
Didn't see a thread, How goes your campaigns?
I lost the battle but took out 90% of their twoops, always remember loot, then raze. I let them build up forces.
Favorite Beat'em up/Belt Scroller game?
I think everyone can agree on this.
>high skill required
Is there a single game with open world as alive as in Space Rangers?
>galaxy cluster that lives in real time despite players activity/inactivity
>every single NPC character has its own agenda
>constantly changing and developing economy/politics/science and balance of power in ongoing war
>you are not a hero, just one of the many
>defeat 1st phase, phase 2 starts
>instead of music becoming more desperate, the track switches to the theme of the main character, as if to cheer you on
Does any other game do this, or something similar?
I bought this on sale for $30 friday and holy balls it just feels like theres SO much to do. I regret not getting into it a year ago
How many hours do you guys have clocked in?