What are some other games with perfect squishable boy asses?
Assuming Capcom would get the license again, would you rather a Marvel vs Capcom 4, Marvel Super Heroes 2, or a proper Capcom All Stars?
ITT: games only you played
I'm pretty damn happy with this game. Multiplayer co-op is really enjoyable and gets everyone to seat in and play without the "I never played that so I'll just watch, seems too hard" line. Guard was a very good add-on to the whole package. I really don't get all the hate around it.
Favorite SNES game?
Going to be without internet for a few days. What are some of your favorite singleplayer games?
I suppose I should get this thread more posters by making an OP with something inflammatory or stupid, but I don't really feel like it so feel free to react like I said something retarded.
Ok /v/ time for ultimate battle. Who win in fight? Metroid Halo or Zelda?
How do I git gud at Super Street Fighter IV
3D Edition, /v/?
My friend got two copies due to a shipping fuck up, so he gave one to me. Problem is, I haven't touched a fighting game since the 90s, and even then I was a button masher. Now that I'm older, I'd like to try actually fighting with my friend on an even playing field instead of hitting random buttons hoping something happens.
I'm very rarely the type to suggest just not playing a video game, but this is one of those few instances where I have to recommend doing so. Just buy SFV and start worrying about learning that.
Pick Zangeif and map the touch controls to your spinning piledriver and your other specials. If you think fighting games are button mashers, you wouldn't take serious advice anyways.
>If you think fighting games are button mashers, you wouldn't take serious advice anyways.
I said I WAS a button masher. I'd like to not be one anymore. I know there's more to fighting games than mashing buttons; just seeing the shit the CPUs pull off is enough to convince me of that, not to mention videos on youtube.
I just want to be able to fight decently with my bro.
>that one kid who talks about his depression
Is it ever a good idea to redesign the main character of a franchise?
Maybe if you're updating a design, to match with current graphics or otherwise. Sometimes it's even fine as long as the redesign makes sense and isn't trying so fucking hard (see 2016 Conker) to be hip and current. Personally I think 2000-2004 are fine designs.
I'd say some good examples are the Nickelodeon Ninja Turtles or, almost more of a re-stylization than anything else, the figures in Disney Infinity.
>cute as a button
>adorable british accent
>easy to pick up
>can take down most classes in 1-2 sprays
>abilities based around survival and mobility, two key factors of every situation
>great ultimate, can easily clear points or heavily fortified positions and escape unharmed
I'm in love. Why is Tracer so perfect?
The great debate.
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What DBZ game has the most powerful Piccolo?
I now present to you the exact moment TF2 died.
>still enjoying the game, trading hats and dancing on servers
haha, you wish.