I miss the time when shooters didn't copy each weapon from the real world.
ITT: games you like but no one else does
best squad? paradigms?
just reached the first ark and finally able to chose my party members myself
Hey /v/ I've never played a final Fantasy game and I was wondering what games of the series I should start with, which ones I should avoid and so on or is it just too late to start now?
Just play FFX. Honestly it's pretty good at introducing you to the series in the way that it doesn't shit all over you 10 minutes in if you have no idea what you're doing. It's by far the "easiest" ff game.
The game holds your hand in a good way. Don't jump into the older ones until you've played through 10 and you've got the feeling for turn based combat cause for newbies they can be a bit daunting. Especially earlier ones because unless you're giving the game your undivided attention, finding the location you're...
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>tfw STILL no good zombie game
>tfw Still no good magical girl game
What would you like in a "good zombie game" then anon? What do you think hasn't been done to make a "good zombie game"? What would you do differently than the thousands of games out there have done?
>Still no heterosexual OP
Is there any way to make grenades skilled in competitive games?
stop assigning them their own hotkey and make them take longer than a quarter second to throw.
TF2 does something with the Demoman's grenade launcher that I think suits well to what you're asking.
If the grenade hasn't hit the ground or any other surface first, it'll explode immediately on contact. What this means is that good players are rewarded for their skill in projectile aiming with the maximum damage possible.
My local community college offers a degree charitably called "Video Game Design".
The people who care about me worry that I'm getting too old to do nothing all day, so I thought I'd try this out to get them off my back.
What can I expect as result from this endeavor?
>Community colleges offering Game Design "degrees"
>my local community college is offering a degree
Stop. Look around at different colleges in different cities before you decide on a degree.
You should study it in your free time, because a lot of resources are available online and a game design degree is only as good as the things you actually learn manage to design.
It's a 3-year degree and they offered some good references/quotes from people who had attended, as well as a few professors who'd worked in the games industry and several self-published games.
Now that Rollercoaster Tycoon World has been confirmed a failure, let's talk about this game. Why did it divide an entire community? It was nowhere near being a franchise-killer, but people treat it so.
Misguided video game making at its finest. Changed devs 2 times, current devs don't have any knowledge about theme parks or coasters. It's really upsetting but I've been playing Planet Coaster since last week and it's fantastic.
What five games would you recommend if you wanted someone to love the PS3?
This is a bit difficult when I don't know who the person in question is or what kind of games they enjoy, so I tried to accomodate as many tastes as possible.
2. Metal Gear Solid 4
3. Ultra Street Fighter 4
5. Demon's Souls
>Pawn stands under the waterfall at the entrance of The Water God Altar
>Uses 20 panaceas to cure Drench in a milisecond
Oh yeah and what are you hoping for Dragon Dogmas future, given how Capcom was, for once, happy with the sales for PC, I think a sequel is due.
Hope there is more character interaction, that along the AI are the only downsides to the first game which I fucking love.
ITT: Games that have aged horribly.
Is it worth it if I just want to sit in full comfy mode and place PC games?
I need to get through my backlog, and I play WoW on occasion, it seems like it'll be amazing using this for WoW
I'll be honest with you buddy, it's an amazing controller but you're going to have a tough time getting used to it. I really recommend using mouse-joystick simulation for the right touch pad because trying to get your mind into the whole 'this is a joystick without the stick' is really fucking tough. Maybe I'm thumb retarded but it was frustrating. I ended up changing a few settings (there's a fuckload of customization to this shit) and it ended up working great.
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I love using it when sitting back on the couch. It has a bunch of customization options for games, and while it may take some getting used to, it's just fun to use.
It's also great for navigating around the PC as a substitute for a wireless keyboard/mouse setup.
I can't imagine it being great for WoW. I suppose you could layer it and have ~16 hotkeys for abilities, but that does not seem comfortable or intuitive at all.
I'd say the games it's PERFECT for (as far as controllers go) is CRPGs. But even then I prefer kb+m. It also works well with Dark Souls I've noticed.
question for my rocket league bros, how do you swerve? I've been trying and I can't figure out wtf buttons to use since there's no handbrake.
W-w-would you date a skelington?
The question is, would you date your own skeleton?
Are you going to get 7th Dragon when it releases in the west?
Been playing the fan translated PSP game at all?
I've never played an EO game. In fact the last/only dungeon crawler I've played were the Evolution games on Dreamcast. Are battles turn-based? Is it traditional jrpg in structure (town dungeon town etc)? Is it strategy heavy or regular rpg-ish? Is it obnoxiously overly complicated to get into?