Well /v/? I certainly hope you didn't side with team P4.
When does this get good?
Do people who play healer really think they are some godsend to the earth making some huge sacrifice?
Why do you all have to be such arrogant pricks?
>Literally just trying to protect his daughter from a murderer
>Everyone hates him
Poor Larry ;________;
Serious Sam and Duke Nukem get drunk at a bar and decide to destroy everything in their path.
Who do you send to stop them?
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Has there ever game with good fencing?
youre probably just a pleb and wanted to make a thread about nidhogg
ive been fascinated with fencing since like 15 years ago, been into samurai sword fighting since before that too
best sword fighting game is kengo , you start your own dojo, create your own sword fighting martial art, design your own moves, smith your own sword, compete in tournaments that are to the death, and if you die thats game over , you had 1 save
also its all realistic damages, you cut someone they bleed, and over the course of the fight they are covered in blood
What are hoping for for Pikmin 4?
What games let me be like Guts?
Why don't you try to be like Guts in real life instead, anon?
>combat sections won't be fun
Choose your character
Is this the best Mario game ever?
>the loot system is pure RNG!
>Damage is nothing but RNG!
Why do kids these days complain about randomness? Don't they teach basic statistics at high school anymore or what?
>Preferring certainty to uncertainty is bad
>Not wanting to kill the same boss 100 times to get an item is bad
>Not wanting to get fucked over by random crits/misses is bad
It's pretty obvious why some people don't like rng.
>What's wrong with complaining about RNG?
My question was, "what's wrong with RNG?". The attitude that everything should be predictable has brought some weird stuff, like the CSGO pattern spread system. I know it's widely popular, but for me it's just retarded bullshit.
I wonder how would people who complain about RNG redesign X-Com, or turn based games for that matter.
why did it fail, /v/?
Who should develop the inevitable open world GoT RPG, /v/?
Personally if either Pbytes or CDprojekt had a go at it I think at least the world could be done well.