The PS4 is actually great value. Not even trying to bait, it's a good option for people looking to play multiplats at decent settings.
>Case/PSU/RAM/1TB drive/Wifi = $150 (for shit quality stuff)
i3 minimum to prevent bottlenecks = $100
AMD shits the bed in tons of games, especially with a weak CPU.
4GB of VRAM if you want to run textures on medium/high like many PS4 games (yes, they do).
So GTX 960 4GB = $180 (yep, it beats...
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What makes these games have good platforming?
Legitimate question. I've never played them and I want to pick up the latest titles because of how they're good "modern platformers" or something. So how do the climbing mechanics invoke good level designs to be up there with the most talked about platformers?
they don't really have good platforming. just nice animations. don't know about tomb raider, but uncharted has some really dynamic platforming set pieces which are impressive fun. but it's not great platforming level design or something, it's just a great set piece
>tfw no good survival games
What is the most hipster game you've ever played?
What are some games where I can drive and/or steal vintage cars?
So decided to try a new FPS and going with Overwatch.
Ignoring whether or not you actually like the game, should I go with the console (Xbone) version or the PC? I have been a console gamer with FPS my whole life but this game seems like the competitiveness and majority of people will play it as a PC game?
I don't really care too much about graphics or anything, I just want to dip into the largest and most competitive player base as I go....which should I go for?
Or if you absolutely despise this game feel free to suggest a recent or upcoming FPS that looks good.
Why are there so many games that focus on either fantasy, sci-fi, or military? For a more mature art form like literature and movies, those are genres that aren't taken very seriously artistically.
Because video game are an interactive medium, and action translates best into interaction. Hence, all games are action games, and action stories typically fall into the categories of fantasy, sci-fi, or military, with some exceptions of course.
>those are genres that aren't taken very seriously artistically.
Because those that don't take them seriously have no imagination and restrict themselves to a myopic view of existence.
>the 3DS has no games
Doesn't matter the genre, List the best F2P games you play or have played that are still online/active(ish)
I'm probably not going to be able to play the new franchise by my favorite developer of all time because it's locked behind a $400 pay wall. Why would kojima pursue exclusivity? Take away the petty arguments, what good comes from millions of other Kojima fans being deprived of a (highly likely) great game? Does he hate money?
>A man's mind into a woman body
Help me out /v/
Is this a man or a woman afterall?
>make a setting where spells are the result of technology using natural elements found in the world
>things that could be considered magic are actually just incredibly advanced pieces of technology from a long lost civilization
>throw actual magic into the story anyways
What the fuck Falcom?
It's a slow-paced game, yes. You either like it or you don't.
I thought the combat was fine. Then again, I was fine with the combat in FC/SC so I might not be the best example.
Mario Maker Thread? Shill your levels, talk about features you'd like to see added, complain about slopes.
Forgot a screenshot. Best I can do since Miiverse is down.
Have you thanked your tank today?
We're only the most important class, keeping everyone from getting wiped
>join /v/ group
>everyone's a fucking memeing autistic teenager