Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it
Time to post pictures of characters, enemies, bosses, and levels from video games that trigger /v/
This is Nathan Drake. You can call him Nate.
He will be our hero for today...
I'd prefer to call him Natty Drake.
>It happened with Mass Effect 3
>It happened with Fallout 3
>It happened with Dead Space 3
>It happened with Hoenn
>It happened with MH3
>It happened with Crysis 3
>It happened with Silent Hill 3
>It happened with Donkey Kong Country 3
>Now with Zero Time Dilemma, game of Mind Hacc, transporter...
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>main antagonist is a grimdark edgy "MY NAME IS NOT IMPORTANT" infantile fedora tipping beta orbiter
Why did THIS have to be Geralt's last journey?
Okay guys, I love vaporwave and simpsonswave, but I also love game developing and pixelated racing games. I'm building this vaporwave aesthetic pixelated racing game, would you like to take a ride?
What are you going to do when no new PC game works on Windows 7 and requires you to upgrade to 10?
>People were saying this shit would kill Pokemon in the U.S.
You do realize those were just shitposters?
The game is fun. Hate them for not localizing the ultimate version of the 2nd game that has both storylines. Fucking jews.
Pokémon Sun and Moon look also good.
Jibanyan is the qtest.
Got myself one of those 1080s.
What should I play to test it?
How the hell did Nintendo go from being the laughing-stock of the world to cornering the casual, core AND hardcore markets in one fucking month?
Since Nintendo always somehow pull off this shit, that's why it hasn't died like the way of Sega.
They also downplay it all, a lot of their games are fun and people still don't have a console to play them. If you stuck to the next gen lies, you are actually missing out on comfy game play experiences that focus on fun.
>Not seeing what's really going down
When are you going to accept the inevitable and embrace the Xbox Won, Ninteniggers?
>that game that just blatantly copies another game's successful combat
>game dev tries to copy something good from a game
do you often play professional victim?
I would understand it if someone is disappointed because a game tries to blatantly copy another game because it is succesful. But being disappointed because it takes something that is good, liked and wanted?
have you ever thought that people liked a certain game because it tried to do its own thing rather than following trends?
Take Batman Arkham games, they were their own thing, their combat wasn't copypasted from some other popular game.
Assassin's Creed 1. You can complain about the game being repetitive, however the idea of climbing tons of parts of a city was a fresh idea that separated it from the rest of the open world games.
the list goes on
When did /v/ start wanting every game in existence to be a failure?
When did we start to be that way? What happened?
So v/ what do you think about this controller innovation?
It uses the outside for button control and the tops of your fingers to press the directional pad and face buttons. stops the player from moving their thumbs from the sticks.
How is it even possible to not buy a PS4 when these awesome games are coming out for it exclusively?
I'm not rich but I just can't resist the urge to buy a PS4, even if it is just for these 2 games.
And don't forget Nier automata.
Good luck to the loyal PC gamers who don't have enough money for a PS4, but you have literally no excuse IF you do.