69 DAYS! 69 DAYS UNTIL E3!
What games allow me to protect cute lolis.
>tfw you play so well you get accused of hacking
>votekick someone off server
>get accused of hacking by the person's friend
You guys played it? What do you think? I'm playing trough it right now, having a blast, feels like a modernized version of Fallout 1&2.
However, am I the only one who feels that the Wasteland in Wasteland is kinda generic post-apocalyptic playground with super science? Maybe I haven't gotten far enough, but the most interesting thing about the world was the Canyon of Titans and the nuclear kamikaze Monks. Also there are few (if any) RPGs with turn based combat I enjoyed as much as this one, reminds me a lot of XCOM.
Why do people hate FXAA?
ITT: Fuck you i liked it
Its very easy to fail horribly and wipe. But if you get a good fleet and a good fight on the open world replay it a bunch of times for practice. The trick is to update orders to units as soon as they ram. Having a smaller fleet makes it so much easier.
I don't see why not, N64 emulators are fine as far as I know. I just downloaded it and it seems to work.
Still no crack for this?
Is it true what they say? Does the PS4 really have NO games?
How would an "Escape from 4chan" videogame be like?
It always felt so much bigger
What is the worst video game general on /vg/?
Is Sonic overrated? I just tried playing Sonic and Knuckles on Retroarch and kept hitting walls as I tried to go fast.
It's not even fun.
>It's another "I can't into games before gen 5" thread.
Don't expect Generations levels of speed from the older games, anon. The first Sonic wasn't even fast. That particular game has some speed, but you'll need to git gud.
Just play it like every other platformer and don't worry about going FAST.