Kirby just swallowed the last character you played as. What power did he get?
>I love the swimming parts of Mario!
Said nobody ever
Is there any shame in using a walkthrough?
what games have bomb ass italian architecture
gotta admit, we do a good fucking job
my uncle is an architect, my grandfather is a painter/carpenter, my other half of the family makes the buildings themselves and im the one thats trying to go to mechanical engineering for my german blood
when did you stop calling yourself a gamer?
A gamer is someone who plays games
which probably is 99% of /v/
so I dont see why you faggots always get so autistic buthurt when people use the word "gamer"
>I play golf, i'm a golfer
>I drive cars i'm a driver
like for movies or?
>I play games i'm a gamer
REEEEEEEE NO YOU CANT SAY THAT XD
when i came to /v/ and saw how fucking autistic they are
then i went to reddit and discovered how REALLY FUCKING AUTISTIC THEY ARE
and i realized i never wanted to be associated with that so i am a person who plays games not a gamer
Best Belmont walk?
The best Belmont walk belongs to Alucard.
thoughts, if any, any at all
Hey /v/ remember this ? :^)
trivialize a characters motivation with >muh
So, I'm not an hardcore gamer. Non even a gamer at all. A real casual here.
I kept hearing about Dark Souls however and how is the hardest game ever and decided to give it a try. In six hours of gameplay (4 days) I made it till this cunt knight and I'll admit those hours have been quite frustrating but I knew what to expect so I was pretty chill about it.
But then this cunt knight killed me and got me thinking: it's not the enemies, the bosses how much the game punishes you if you arent cautious enough to be a pain in the ass, but the lack of check...
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Try doing things differently each time instead of just uselessly doing the same thing over and over. Learning to parry is probably the most valuable skill you can pick up for this game.
Superficially what do you think is the coolest tool for casters to use? (wands, staffs, tomes / scripture, or bare hands ect.)
Ive always thought of it this way
Magical Objects vs Magical Ability
>the weaker the object the more you magical ability you have to use
Hands--All magic has to be provided by you
Wands--Weak but fast
Rods/Sceptres--Medium and Medium
Staffs--Slow but Powerful
Tomes--Magic spells provide power but you are worthless without it
Stupid shit added in vidya that make it artificial difficulty
>checking out f2p Steamshit
>read reviews to decide if shit justifies bandwidth
>find all these +1000hr negative reviews on most every title
Is there a word for this besides addiction?
Just bought this game for $9, what am I in for?