What are some good mech games /v/?
genre died because the premise isn't as great as people imagine.
you are a slow walking machine shooting lasers at another slow walking machine in front of you. gets boring fast.
I really enjoyed Ring of Red for PS2. The mechs are the heavy and slow kind, not that retarded garbage with spikes all over them flying around at breakneck speed with laser blades. I've never played another game like Ring of Red where you feel so slow and heavy like a mech should, then firing your cannon at another mech has a very satisfying crunchy impact. That game is not for everyone and the combat can get tedious when a battle is just dragging on but I loved it.
What is the best MMO on the market right now?
In the past I played mostly Runescape, WoW, Final Fantasy XI, and Star Wars Galaxies.
Currently I'm playing The Secret World, but the community just isn't there. Half the people don't even say hello when you do dungeons, what's the point you know?
I've been thinking about getting back into WoW, but I heard it's all instanced and menu-based now. I left when the Burning Crusade ended. Any suggestions on MMOs with active and good communities?
>Yfw D.Va's jihad mech ultimate actually gets nerfed
I place one card face down and end my turn.
Your move, /v/.
I play the spell card "Pot of Greed"! This card allows me to draw two additional cards from my deck and add them straight to my hand with no consequences. These newly acquired cards can also be used during this turn.
Removed content you wanted to experience
>PS4 has Uncharted and Bloodborne
>PC has this
>oblivitards will defend this
Defend what? Those oddly placed arms? I don't give a fuck, I use a third person camera mod.
ITT post a game without posting it
>The best Doom game was a modern FPS everybody said would fail.
Where were you when autistic Doom purists were this btfo?
Xbox is the best box!
What have you guys been playing?
I just got Black Ops 1 on backwards compatibility
Playing some Dark Souls 3 co-op and Halo Wars.
I've been finding myself playing my bone more than my pc which is weird.
1.1.6 is upon us soon.
Describe this character in three words.
>"Anon, d-did you just call me a b-blue berry?"
What are some games that have relativly small worlds but yet they feel fucking huge?
Something like in Gothic 1 and Vtmb
Thoughts on The Division?
I'm still playing it. The incursion patch went a long ways towards making endgame feel better. It's not there yet tho. I'm hoping after I get over Overwatch there will be new stuff to do/see.