Which aftermarket GTX 1080 are you getting /v/?
I hope none of you fags fell for the founders edition meme.
I don't play on the PC. As I've gotten older, I've realized I value ease of use. I don't want to have to update drivers, wrestle windows 10, or have some huge ass tower running super loud. I want to slap a disk in and get playing.
How come everyone who plays this game is fucking garbage at it?
It was aimed at a casualcore audience. Only people I know who picked it up hardly ever play shooters. They got it because of accessibility.
I however didn't buy it because the skill ceiling is so low. Why did you buy it?
How do you feel about this pirate?
Newcomer to the series. Finally bought into normalfag hype. Never again. One of the most boring games ive ever played. Generic rpg with Reddit tier "dark elements". Get through a tedious level, boring as shit, 0 challenge, fight a boss and repeat. Fuck new game+. After beating the game (inb4 summons I did it all solo) I get bored looking at the title screen alone.
>first game out of 25 I dont have any will to get all achievements for
Bravo, thats quite an accomplishment.
>the antagonist is evil for the sake of being evil
So, vee, can we have a Borderlands thread?
Or is that verboten now?
Still got some room if anyone wants in
in with the Jew
>back to basics
>shoot em' up
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Anyone on Ps4 wanna help with NK? I've beaten him solo before but this is my sl50 build and it's going much rougher.
I bought Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remastered the other day. It's my first time playing it, and I'm enjoying it. I know it's not everyone's favorite, but I'm asking you, /v/, what're your thoughts?
Both are really solid games, don't buy into the memesters and autists who disavow X-2 because of the plot. X is a pretty good game (and story) and X-2 has, IMO, the best class system of any numbered FF
AAA western games are "cinematic experiences" with the same formulaic game play, and writing so bad it makes b-tier tv shows look genius.
Most western indies are non-games about trivial things like going to the store. The few that aren't get torn apart by reviewers and the average gamer never tries them. Unless it's a procedural generated game, for some reason those get a pass.
Is there any hope for western gaming, or is it too late?
>walking down a street
>nearing a corner
>right before you go round the corner
>you hear boss battle music
I too scared to start this game. Is it as scary as the first one ? Does it have lab missions ?