ITT:Games you wish you owned when you had the chance
I think there's a fair chance it'll limp over to Steam eventually. Just a hunch.
Though having said that I'm quite surprised that Feveron will be on PS4. I'm looking forward to getting that, but I wonder if that's going to be a one-shot deal or what implications sales could hold.
when bf1 comes out i will be playing 900p at 30fps... meanwhile neofags will be wearing 1080p and 60fps... how is this fair?
How are you suppose to beat this fucker?
>Two homo bodyguards have no weaknesses either
>One blocks fire and the other ice, making fire and ice spells that hit all enemies useless
>One sidekick fucking buffs the shit outta him
Seriously, this is the second boss motherfucker.
this is mei
>want to play witcher 3
>lets start from the witcher 1
>gameplay is fucking terrible
>fuck it lets play witcher 3
>gameplay still terrible
why cant game devs see the flaws
So, 99% of people are happy with it, and you tell me it's garbage gameplay? Maybe you should get your shit togehter and put it in a shit bag. And then drive it to the shitpark. Just get your shit together.
>Still no multiplayer elements in the atelier games
Games with optional online part sells better, it's a safe bet!
I swear to god if you multiplayer fucks invade my Atelier games I will open up a can of whoop ass so savage on your ass your own mother wouldn't be able to recognize you mark my fucking words OP you're fucking dead meat I SWEAR TO GOD
This was the last good generation and we will never see anything like it ever again.
How do you cope with knowing this?
I just purchase retro games that are cheap/really enjoyable so I want a copy and emulate the rest. There's probably at least a good 1,000 games worth playing from third generation through sixth generation. Nobody will get through that in their life, unless they exclusively play 3 hour platformers I suppose. People gripe about modern day libraries, but they don't explore older games. I'm still learning about decade old games that fucking rock.
ITT: Most bizarre videogame experiences
>decide to play some duck game for some reason (duck game is a 2D online fighting game in a pixel style, pretty neat)
>usually dead around the time since it isnt played by a large audience
>search for games
>1 host online
>throws me into their server
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>tfw you beat a really good game (MGS3 in this case) and your life returns to being an empty meaningless pile of shit
ah well, onto the search for the next game
Super Mario Maker thread! Shill your own stages, play others!
Firespike Hello: https://supermariomakerbookmark.nintendo.net/courses/0CF4-0000-0249-5A68
Ceci n'est pas une pipe: https://supermariomakerbookmark.nintendo.net/courses/E053-0000-0249-5259
Castle Panic: https://supermariomakerbookmark.nintendo.net/courses/92D3-0000-0249-A2D9
Terror From The Deep: https://supermariomakerbookmark.nintendo.net/courses/B51A-0000-0249-9C03
The corrected Kirby course I promised last time I was in the thread. It's the same as before but I fixed the flaw that could allow you to get trapped in the bonus room.
Bookmarked your pipe course.
Who's your favorite video game journalist /v/?
Pic related for me. This is my hero.
Somewhere between these two games exists the perfect Sega roster of playable characters...minus the cameos and adding Vectorman or Ristar. But why were some characters excluded from the first and second game? Why not have NiGHTS in the first one? Why cut Billy Hatcher or the Chu Chu's and add Pudding into the second? Ah well, still some of the best kart racers.
I wish i was able to get into transformed but the laps seem to slog on. I like how theyre dynamic but hate the flying sections. Driving and boating are cool with me. I have so many good memories of playing SASASR on xbox 360. One of the best moments of last gen for me
BASED FUCKING GABE
Ive been playing through this game on co-op with my gf and holy shit its one of the best co-op experiences I've ever had. Are there any other co-op games that match this games level of accessibility mixed with consistently fun gameplay?
>with my gf
<Insert retarded angry frog pic here.>
But seriously, you should try Kirby's Dreamland 3. It's an overlooked oldie from very late into the SNES's life cycle, and it's got co-op. Player 2 is the little black thing that follows Kirby.
Dream Land 3 and this.
I'd recommend players 2-4 playing as Kirby instead of the other three characters.
Last video game you played?