Survival horror thread!
>Favourite survival horror game/franchise?
>Is there hope for the genre?
>Best moments in survival horror games?
>Weirdest or coolest thing in survival horror game? (I like the part in Siren where you watched your character who was blind through the dogs eyes)
Silent Hill 2 > Silent Hill 4 > Silent Hill 3 > Silent Hill 1
Silent Hill 4 is the scariest Silent Hill game, but the second half ruins it so Silent Hill 2 is better overall
Fatal Frame 2 and 3 and Siren: Blood Curse are the best of the series and almost on par with Silent Hill 2
Resident Evil were never good in their horror aspect, and the fun was far more in the survival aspect
Penumbra and Amnesia are pretty great too, if you consider them Survival Horror games
The first Five Nights at Freddies was actually pretty brilliant and is a good example of...
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>Silent Hill 2 > Silent Hill 4 > Silent Hill 3 > Silent Hill 1
I think they all have good qualities but I think the first one is the scariest and second one is best overall. I never got the fascination with 3 - it's ok, but nothing really that amazing. I hated 4 for a while, but I'm giving it another chance now and I'm enjoying it. I like the room moments when stuff is happening around you, idea of it is nice... but I hate the fucking large enemy count and...
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Reminder that this game was eons better than FFX.
Give this game a chance if you haven't played it. You'll thank yourself for it.
It's only good if you like storming through content only to realise you're way underleveld with no way to grind because last safepoint put you in front of a boss you cant beat
>sharing games with PC, whilst keeping ecosystem intact
>rebooted killer instinct successfully
>reboot(ing) phantom dust
>making project dream with Rare
>funding god tier new IP's like ori and scalebound
Is there a man more incredible and gorgeous?
Which Wario game is this gif from?
Are Ambassador 3DS's worth more money then non ambassador 3DS's?
Was dual wielding actually a good addition to the game? Did it really add more than being able to carry two weapons did to begin with?
Or did it simply mess with the balance of the game and make a less concise experience.
If it was good why was it removed in each game after 3?
Why does Nintendo refuse to support people who buy their consoles for at least 7 years? Wii U is ceasing production this year and launched in what, 2012? That's like 4 years! That's absurd. Even Gamecube was produced for longer. PS3 essentially flopped out of the gate and Sony didn't abandon it. What the fuck is with Nintendo and this feeling of entitlement to a certain level of sales?
The Wii U was the biggest marketing flop ever. Fuck me what a farce.
Did you buy it? Was it good? Were the games on the Wii as well, is the Wii dead? I have no idea about these things. I know noone with a Wii U
Are there any good games I can play with only one hand?
>moral choices are the most rewarding choices
>immoral choices are the least rewarding choices
Any games where I can be edgy without getting punished for it?
>Game sometimes rewards you better for being moral, sometimes rewards you better for being edgy
Pillars of Eternity was cool with this. Being evil gave you some cool secret rewards sometimes. But the opposite was true as well.
What's some games that normies hate but smart people embrace?
>inb4 someone posting a AAA title
Which of these are worth it? I've never played a RE game before.
Are all the other Final Fantasy games like VII? I really liked the setting, characters, and music.
>You have to do a Ted Talks
>The subject needs to be about vidya
>Needs to be all off the top of your head, you can't do any research
What do you talk about?
If VR gaming kicks off will it destroy couch multiplayer? Surely if it works big titles will opt for it and make it required to play the game. Meaning to play that game with a friend in the same room you would need 2 expensive as fuck headsets. Could this be a real problem or am I over thinking this?
>Surely if it works big titles will opt for it and make it required to play the game.
Not gonna happen. Games for regular screens aren't going away, even if/once VR takes off.
Also, there are a few asymmetric games specifically designed to be played by one guy wearing a headset and a few others not wearing them.
Oh, and VR opens up the possibility for something else: online couch multiplayer.
Yeah but games you can just sit and chill with your buddies on are already limited thanks to money hungry companies that expect to sell 2 copies rather than1 per person. Most split screen games I come across nowadays are indie games and I just don't find them amusing for too long. I don't see VR taking off, personally I see it becoming another gimmick that passes like motion controls, its just something I see companies like EA abusing if they see the opportunity to.
>I don't see VR taking of
You're a special kind of stupid, nobody cares what you see or don't see, matter of fact is that it already has taken off. It's already sold enough to impact the market.