What are your favorite examples of character development in games?
One of my favorites is Squall. At the start, he's just a tryhard lone wolf, but as you continue, more self doubt about his attitude rises until he finally grows as a person and accepts other people.
Which is better?
Arma II with the DayZ mod
>that edgdelord on /v/ who says the word "nigger"
>that edgelord on /v/ who says "mudslimes"
>that edgdelord on /v/ who thinks rape is funny
>that edgelord on /v/ who thinks that Jewish people are evil
>that edgelord on /v/ who believes that sexism is made up
I really hope that this isn't you Anon
What are your best Call of Duty killstreak rewards
>never play them
>never play them
>tfw only want to play games when I'm drunk
>tfw I only play LoL
>gameplay is moving to places, finding oxygen tanks and repairing machinery
Why is this a bad thing when some people find pleasure in roaming around a nicely done 3d environement if nothing else (every PC gamer ever)?
For a reviewer this guy should know better.
I can summarize every game by saying its about going from A to B. Does this summary still make you want to play video games?
>he's a Neplet
/v/ I'm having a problem. Having spend the past few months binging on Open-World games like Fallout 4 and Witcher 3, I find that whenever I go back and start some linear games I own like Halo 2, the Uncharted games and Witcher 2 (to name a few), I just get bored. I try my best to play them, but it never seems to click with me. I think I'm so used to open-world design that when a game puts me in a room and has me follow a set pattern I just switch off.
Just wondering if it was just me or if anyone else is getting bored with linear.
Also, sorry for the...
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I wanna kill myself
I thought he only for halfway through and stopped, and he definetly didn't get gems in the levels. I remember the thread on /v/ where we watched the stream.
Or did he go back and finish it?
Is your mom proud of you, /v/?
>want to own pc games that aren't from Steam
>owning games that aren't in my Steam Library is like having PS2 games in my DS shelf
Anyone else know this feel?
I'm sure there are some people on /v/ who, like me, have a hard time picking what to play next. So post an arbitrary list of games and get recommendations on what to play next.
>Dragon Ball Origins (DS)
>Persona 3 (PS2)
>Tales of the Abyss (PS2)
>Bioshock 2 (PC)
>Kingdom Hearts 3D (3DS)
>Ratchet and Clank: Into the Nexus (PS3)
What should I play next, /v/?
Why are you still playing video games? Shouldn't you be working out? Being a nostalgic neckbeard isn't cool anymore, oldfriend.
Daily reminder that it's ok when Fromsoft does it.