/v/, do you own multiple versions of a single game?
I, for example, own the PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions of the Witcher 3. How about you?
I have physical New Vegas on PC and 360 bc I didn't know anything about steam at the time, and Skyrim on a disc for PC and 360 too because it was cheaper to buy the full legendary edition than all the DLC for PC. Other than that I also own a bunch of other games from last gen and before on consoles and PC as digital downloads.
So among the new wave of hero shooters/moba hybrids/games that tries to mix elements of both genres:
what do you think will be the most successful and the one with the most thriving comp scene? Which one do you think has the highest skill ceiling? I really wanna pick a new game to main and completely dedicate myself to it but don't wanna make the wrong choice.
>what do you think will be the most successful
Well it's obviously going to be Overwatch considering how strongly it was marketed, people are suckers these days and buy anything
Definitely wont be most competitive with it's low skill ceiling
What am I going to expect /v/?
A solid narrative and an interesting world that's made a chore to explore because of the terrible run speed. I enjoyed by time with it but I was getting pretty tired of the game by Galahad Fortress.
Hey, pretty boy. What are some good /ss/ games?
New video when?
Holy crap this was the best game on the Humble Bundle by far. It's literally Professor Layton but instead of brainteasers there's rhythm games. It had a good story too, but man, they set it up for a sequel that will never happen. Also Phantom R was a cool protag
Post your stories of the best 2012 Sega game AKA Rhythm Thief
One of my favourite games on the system. I really enjoyed the 3d movie clips. Made me really feel like i am in comfy Paris. I also never had problems with the gyro minigames.
I am still really sad we will never get a sequal. I want to know what happend!
Game was one my favorites.
Button rhythm games on hard are literally fucked rigged I wear.
Shame we will never no what Detective Charlie saw in the final bonus chapter.
Best song are waiter songs.
Let's be honest, /v/. This is the main question.
Finally. All of the areas.
so how angry are you when they do this shit?
What should I play?
How far are you in Nocturne?
It's roughly a 50ish hour game so it can take a while depending on how you play.
Digital Devil Saga 1 is only about 25-30 hours but that's because it's got a direct sequel in 2 that you should basically play right after it.
Majora's Mask you can knock out in a day or two if you wanted. Same with Dark Souls 3. All those are good choices, I'd save Disgaea for one of the later ones just because it can take a while depending on how much you wanna do.
This is all assuming you wanna be efficient. But honestly...
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has anyone else been shadow baned and moved to the other server? Can't play with anyone except for the 4 other people and its shit. how long till you get moved back to the normal one again?
HOLY SHIT GET HYPE
ITT: Unpopular opinions
I havent played a single Western game in years that I enjoyed!
Watch this and tell me Borderlands 3 won't have create your own vault hunter
Whats do you want to see?
>Better drop rates in general
>Less bullet spongey enemies
That's pretty much all I need. Borderlands 2 became boring later on because you pretty much had to use/farm Legendary weapons every few levels and everyone online used the same Legendary (that overpowered shotgun pistol thing)
>Borderlands doesn't let you play as the previous Vault Hunters in later entries