>He didn't beat him on his first try
Me neither I need help
Tell me about this game, /v/.
ITT: shitty browser games
that you still play regardless
Are you a tier-whore or a character loyalist?
Which one and why?
I always pick the classic America hero because America fuck yeah always have and always will.
I have used Ryu since SFII, although I have pocketed multiple characters, Ryu is still the coolest guy in my opinion.
pls no bully
In SFV my fav is Nash and he is top tier. What does that make me?
I have no idea what I'm doing but this is probably the most fun I've had in a video game since I was a little kid. How come no one ever talks about Nights?
It's a game where you fly around trying to destroy machine that are ruining children's dreams. You capture spheres while flying around a stage and when you have a certain amount you can destroy the machine in every stage. It's separated into stages in a level where you aim to have a good time for each stage. You also accumulate a speed bar which makes the game even more fast-paced and enjoyable. At the end of every level you face a boss. The gameplay is pure fun
its an acrobatic time attack game.
basically get the blue orbs and bring them to the floating catcher machine quickly as possible.
now spend the rest of that course trying to chain links while doing tricks, but keep your speed up. don't go back the the palace early, spend all your time cranking the score up.
the big part of the replay value is trying to find the best possible path for the best score
idk why the sequel didn't understand the base gameplay and went for gimmick shit
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Memes aside this game had horrible design
I enjoyed parts of it. There were a lot of sections that felt really tedious, but on the other hand there were parts that felt fun or unique, and collect-a-thons have always been a good time for me.
Fuck, sorry, I meant to post
Terrible taste in wives, all of them.
Avellone forever alone.
Steam release when?
>Casino Night Zone
>Stage is a pinball machine
What does pinball have to do with casinos?
Early in Japanese pinball's history, it was considered seedy and associated with gambling much like most of the entertainment machines. You spent money on something and got "nothing" back because old Japanese fuckers thought it was SHAMEFUR DISPRAY to do something non-productive for fun. So, culturally pinball got associated with other "seedy" things like gambling.
Can anyone match my autism, /v/?
ITT: Bosses who dominated you as a kid.
Is there a chance the Spyro series will ever get a new installment?
What is /v/'s equivalent to /lit/'s "meme trilogy"?
>its a mission where you drive around shoreside vale