Why the hell were 90s PC game boxes SO FUCKING HUGE?
You used to get books, sometimes literal novels with them. Control shortcut guides, maps, reference books, old school DRM (big ass journals, one had a fucking rolodex, dial a pirate), Privateer may have come with a boot disc tutorial since it was a bitch to get working.
How's it coming along, /v/?
They're just not even bringing it over now. Something about allergies and being harmful to our way of life or some bullshit. They think it'll be a disaster if some kid brings his peanut butter to school.
So, it's been available as a beta for about a week now.
What's the consensus?
ITT: What games you are currently playing.
Playing it for the second time.
I hate this game but i have nothing else to do before dark souls 3 comes out. Thinking about getting DmC
>/v/ said this game was shit
>It's actually really comfy and fun
what the fuck happened?
I know people like to shit on modern Call of Duty games, but what about the originals?
I was asking my friend if he knew of any good WW2-based fps and he recommended the first two CoD games. Anyone here have any thoughts on them? Haven't really touched the series before outside of a few instances.
Big red won (one?) was good, exept for the desert part after defending the stuart tanks, that part sucked. But the rest of the campaign was good. I played finnest hour up to where you play as the russians for the second time so i dont know if its good after that but for the most part that was fun as well.
Gove them a try if you want OP.
The original CoD + UO expansion pack are the ONLY good games in the entire series.
Afterwards, they started designing them for console audiences, copying the regen-health and 2-gun limit from HALO, and making things more and more "cinematic".
The MP was way better as well. No perks, no kill-streaks, just pick your weapon and fight man vs man. The maps were not tiny, flat and broken pieces of shit, but actually had lots of verticality, various flanking routes, strongholds people tried to...
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>big red one
Those are console-CoDs, you casual kiddo.
True men play THE Call Of Duty + United Offensive.
Who were you cheering for?
Can someone explain the appeal of minecraft to a non-autistic person?
To a non autistic person it's virtual Legos that you get bored of eventually. For autists it's not only autistic building, but an autistic fan base to forget you're autistic with.
Also servers serve as replacements for real social interaction because they're incapable if they can't think out every sentence they project 5 minutes before sending it.
you just like build and shit. its very zen in a weird kinda way.
or you could install mods and suddenly be and electrical engineer assembly programming wizard that controls interdimensional magic with lua programmed touchscreens that play the star wars movie in ascii when not in use.
Recently I've seen a Samurai Warriors thread and now I want to ask: is it worth it?
I want to fill my void that was left by Sengoku Rance. I was to experience something similar.
Have I found it? Is this it?
Also - what's the best game to play? I have PS4 and PC. I can go with whatever.
Very different from Rance.
If you play Empires you'll still be picking on your neighbours and increasing your land until you rule the whole country but the whole game is a lot more action-oriented with you being a massive anti-army slaughtering machine of a samurai.
In between battles there's some short base-building mechanics (very light) and very little dialogue and character interaction, but still with some cool features like getting married and stuff.
If you play the main games (Samurai Warriors 4, 4-2) you get a LOT more story and just the battles I believe.
Now that the dust has settled, is this worth £22 ($31)?
How can this technology be applied to videogames? My idea:
>create your own cutscenes on the character's face, using your own expressions
This could really change vidya forever. Thoughts?
> mfw I am a CS graduate and I could never ever even dream about making something like this
did anyone get theirs this weekend?
does anyone even collect these anymore?
The bottom fell out of them. What a waste of fucking money.
Last one I picked up was Robin.
Last one I'll get is probably Bayonetta.
I have about 20 of the fuckers, now I can't even sell them because they're worthless. Worst decision ever was buying these things.
>No Sm4sh thread
Is buying a gameboy micro for $100+ in good condition an irresponsible purchase?