what would be the equivalent of Payday but playing as law enforcement?
>Clay Man appeared
>Jealous Bass and it's cohorts attacked
Pick it up, Phones!
What is the oldest console you still use regularly?
For the sake of conversation i'll rule out emulators.
Not counting emulators? And it has to be REGULARLY, not just occasionally?
I actually still use a NES on a CRTV for light gun games. I play Atari 2600, but only occasionally. I use emulators for anything else old most of the time and the real hardware only for the occasional multiplayer or if I don't have better control options.
Well, if it isn't my favorite city-state!
>incredibly close to spain early on
>thinks go smoothly, I get some trade routes going
>suddenly isabella declares war on me
>switch all production to units and buy more
>beat her ass
If dubs, Overwatch wins GOTY.
What was your go-to game during childhood? How do you feel about it now?
Still the best thing ever as far as I'm concerned.
Will you buy my 3rd game, anon-kuns?
I'd rather buy Plato's game
If you know what I mean
Is it worth it to get a Vita at this point?
Month's over in 3 days
So, what was it?
Does RockCock64 make videos anymore?
What an amazing level. I just played through it and at first I didn't find it to be anything special. It was fun, a ton of great platforming segments, but otherwise nothing really stood out for me.
Until I got to the fall. Holy shit. Something about the fall made me fall in love with this level. I liked how things gradually progressed as time went on, but it all just hit me during the fall. Maybe it was the leaves on the ground or something, but I was in love with autumn. Then seeing everything dead in the winter, all the npcs gone, and the house boarded up pretty...
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>mfw the entire soundtrack for this game
I'll never stop listening to it. My father bought me the OST (or got it for free) on CD when the game launched. To this day I have no idea how he even heard of the game.
Who was in the wrong here?
>Barges in without announcing himself or revealing himself to be a peace officer
>Doesn't even speak local language
>Gets treated as a foreign intruder and the homeowner defends himself
>Leon murders him.
What do ya think?
What's a video game where the antagonist places a curse on you and you cannot break it?
In Paper Mario 2 there is a secondary antagonist that gives Mario some pretty awful curses that he has to fight through. It's really humanizing to see Mario fight against the sort of adversity that these curses give him.