Do you guys know of any RTS game in which you can build walls and it does not feature guns (gunpowder or energy)? It can be new or old.
GORDON DOESN'T NEED TO HEAR ALL THIS, HE'S A HIGHLY TRAINED PROFESSIONAL
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>There are people in this world that give a shit about backwards compatibility
Whether or not it's bait, being able to play older games that you had fun with is a feature that seems easy to include.
What is the point in sprinting in FPS games? Why not just increase the normal running speed?
Can I jump into this game, if I haven't finished Persona 3 FES? I lost my saves with FES and can't bring myself to suffer through that shitty Tartarus dungeon once again.
P4G has been sitting in my shelf like two years already and I've been spoiled a lot of it already.
>Dodging is faster than running
>dodging is slower than running, but if you press dodge during a very small frame window of your previous dodge you can cancel the cooldown animation and chain dodge
Picked up one of these, now I just need some games.
Give me some good vidya to emulate, /v/.
Okay /v/, let's find out which reviewers/letsplayers you fing genuinely good and worth watching.
I'll start with this guy
Ratchet and clank thread
Post favorite game, guns, planets, music, etc.
Deadlocked is actually my favorite. Yeah it doesn't have the exploration of the previous games but I like the different feel it has because of it, plus the guns are the best. My favorite gun in every game are the ones that deply attack bots. I just wish they were better in 1
Can someone remind me how expansive Spore was meant to be before EA butchered it? It's been a while and difficult to find articles with Will Wright chatting from pre-release/development
Sure, why not.
>Before cell stage were 2 Tetris stages where you built up the DNA of a Cell on the Atomic level and the DNA level, respectively
>a more expansive, long Creature stage
>Tribal stage more akin to controlling a small army and not just "creature with multiple creatures"
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Is it worth playing /v/?
The first half of the game is. Then after you get past all the village levels it turns into a linear generic FPS with godawful mechanics and controls that will end up making you rage before you get to the end.
Does anyone know when or if the Fallout 4 season pass will go on sale? I missed the $30 price unfortunately. Should I jump on the $60 price before it jumps up again or wait for a sale?
Also has anyone run into new bugs or glitches? A lot of missions on the PC version just won't start or won't end because enemies won't show up when their supposed to.
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Playing Crysis (not warhead)
>that weapon customization
>those trees getting cut down from bullets
>huge open world with different ways to engage or skip past enemies
>you can actually play it now instead of needing a NASA computer like in 2007
Best FPS I've played in a long time. Not really looking for a discussion, just saying you might want to reinstall it if you didn't give it a chance.
It was a yawn fest for me. I didn't like that you had to spend half a mag to kill a single soldier other than headshots, so I didn't even get to fight whatever the monsters were going to be.
Most of the augs seem to have very little utility.
all the people who didnt give it a chance were the ones who played the watered down console version which is basically just crysis 2 with crysis 1 maps
WHERE WERE YOU WHEN VIDEO CAPTURE FOR HACKED 3DS SYSTEMS WAS CONFIRMED?