>Here's your controller bro
>He doesn't use Parasoul
>He doesn't solo the Cock
Not everyone can be this cool, anon.
Well, /v/, I fucked up. I fell for the ps4 meme, now what are some good games I can get for it?
BAFTA awards are streamed now, Everybody Gone to Rapture & Her Story sweeps so far.
Get in here.
>Everybody Gone to Rapture & Her Story sweeps
Post levels and play people's levels.
I'll start with my own to keep it bumped:
>Monster Manor Climb
I made this level trying to recreate the street pass mii plaza DLC game. It's my favorite mii plaza game.
I'll throw out my latest one again...
...and a couple I've randomly run across in 100-Mario that were pretty creative:
What do you do after you marathon through Pokemon games?
I just beat Firered and Emerald and now I feel depressed.
Are you literally me? I thought about playing Crystel after Firered and Emeral but I don't want to go back now. Also thought about playing ROM hacks, but I don't know which.
I started Heartgold today but playing Pokemon on a DS emulator feels weird. I know that sounds dumb as hell but yea.
I was also looking into romhacks that added some quality of life enhancements like removing the need for HM's but couldn't find one so I just went with the vanilla games.
holy shit fuck this shitty fucking game god damn
>but RoS fixed everything!
congratu-fucking-lations shills, it worked, I fell for the meme and gave this garbage a buy, holy shit its still just D3.
>still no character building
>sets sets sets sets
>no necromancer still
There, now that I have your attention lets have a thread about this game, or any arpg really. How ya grinding? what grift are you on? lucky rerolls lately?
>playing this horsedung
Diablo 3 was pretty fun at launch but the game progressed into a tedious grind for streamers and nolife losers who adore streamers. They removed every single challenging aspect of the game and replaced it with time.
Dont even reply because most of you are toddlers who didnt play d3 at launch and has no idea that bosses and some affixes required some level of skill and strategy.
As said, dont reply every challenging affix was removed. Bosses were nerfed and berserk timers were introduced.
>played at launch
>got bored eventually, quit
>recently started RoS
>all these new difficulties
>almost impossible to die
I don't understand.
>The new console is called the IO
>I represents the console
>O represents the controller which doubles as a handheld
>The console uses DS style cartridges
>No optical drive
>Has a charging cradle build directly onto the console. Set the O unit on top of I and it charges wirelessly.
>O uses regular USB to charge if the I unit is not nearby.
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What games have you been playing this week nerds?
Nuclear throne on the Vita
>mfw it crashes for the 4th time today
>dropping from S rank all the way to A- in a losing streak
Now that the dust has settled, what went wrong?
I actually like Fallout 4 a lot except for a few things.
The story was the biggest problem. Beth should fire the guy who wrote this and Fallout 3 already. It made no sense, it forced you to play a specific character, and the ending was both predictable and extremely disappointing.
Also, the factions kind of sucked, especially Preston Garvey.
I struggle with depression and FO4 was such a disappointment it made me want to kill my self at times. It was so bad it has ruined the entire franchise for me.
What games convey a true sense of adventure and exploration? I'm talking something that makes me feel like I'm in the Fellowship of the Ring, where it takes actual preparation to go out and places seem far and the road is hard.
The only game that gives me this feeling is Runescape, because there you are not a chosen one or the reincarnation of a god, you're just one more adventurer and going out means you need to bring food and the items you might need. Somehow a literal point and click game does this better than any other RPG I have played.
Dragon's Dogma, kinda. Sometimes, but not often, you can embark on trips that take several days, get lost in woods, get scared in the night and get surprised by monsters.
Though at some point you'll realize that the world isn't so big and you are too powerful to fear anything anymore. So don't be disappointed if it doesn't turn out to be what you wanted.
I never really liked WoW that much. I played it during Cataclysm and sure it was addictive but after a while that wore off. All I did was run the same dungeon ad nauseum to get a drop I wanted
>its a "stuck inside a giant whale" level
>it fucking sucks and consists of wandering aimlessly around rooms trying to find a way out.
Too many games did this
I know this is more suited for reddit and that I have no reason for you to trust me but I am an employee working on porting a game to NX
Ask me anything
ITT: enemies deisgned specifically to fuck your shit up
This game is so good it makes me sad that I am not playing it right now