It's not worth a try even for free
1.6 > GO > Source
This is indisputable, isn't it?
I love all the CS games and played all 3 for hundreds of hours, but I have to say GO is my favorite simply because of weapon balance. Its still the same sort of shit where (AK>M4)=AWP, but the other weapons feel balanced for their roles. In 1.6 there wasn't that balance, every weapon that wasn't best rifle, AWP, P90 or Deagle (Ignoring auto snipers because fuck those) was practically useless in comparison. Even on eco, why buy a TMP over a Deagle? Why buy the pump action? And don't get me started...
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>I'm a babby who never played either spouting memes
Fucking publord shitters like you should not be allowed to live. The money system revamp in 1.6 easily made the game one of the best if not the best team based multipalyer games.
Before that snowballing was way too hard to stop but it's not like that affected you on your as_tundra and shit.
So, now what?
>Implying nexon its bad
The fuckers are jews but they do things right, not this shit
Does anyone remember Suda 51's Shadows of the Damned?
I always thought this game had a ton of charm.
ITT: We discuss why the Wii U was a failure and what Nintendo has to do to get back into the game
The hunt continues...
This game looks kind of fun, I'm on the fence about getting it. But it looks like a decent
Casualfighter. Is there going to be DLC later down the line? I might want to buy it but the roster is kind of smallish.
Overwhelming Mechanics aside, what are your thoughts /v/?
That's sort of disappointing. I feel with a roster this size things/matchups will get stale too quickly since people will more quickly pick it down to that few. I also wouldn't mind more variation to choose a main.
What do you think about this article?
>SAN FRANCISCO — Most of the room of game-industry insiders raised their hand after Spry Fox founder Daniel “Danc” Cook asked them if they own more than 10 games on the PC software portal Steam. Smiling, Danc told them “you don’t matter.”
For years, mobile gaming has fended off the idea that is for “casual” consumers as opposed to the “core” audiences of more traditional platforms like Xbox One or PlayStation 4. But during a panel at the Game Developers Conference today, several mobile developers argued that this distinction is tribalistic and incorrect. In total, gaming is a $99.3 billion industry and mobile gaming alone makes up more than a third of that at around $34.8 billion. And while consoles and Steam gamers spend a lot, the most “core” people who make up those audiences aren’t worth chasing after for most studios building games, according to the panel.
“You are novelty seekers,” Danc told the crowd at GDC. “You are the smallest demographic in gaming.”
This is why so many companies are making games for iOS and Android. Danc’s fellow panelist, Storm8 product manager Ramine Darabiha, clarified that games for Steam’s “novelty seekers” keep coming, and he used Devil Daggers as an example. But he used this as an opportunity to make to point out that “casual” audiences on mobile are not only viable, they are equally important to what is coming on smartphones and tablets.
I am a failure as a human being.
Your opinion on Mafia 3?
Started playing this and I have no idea why /v/ is so in love with it.
Wait, I have some idea. That sad opening sequence, right? Kinda reminded you of Up or Finding Nemo? And the graphics look okay. But the gameplay is just so dull and repetitive. The fact that you seriously just have to mash the attack button repeatedly to kill things when they are near you, just awful. And somehow this is at the top of a lot of GOTY lists.
I can't put myself through much more of this just to find out how the "le heal the forest" story ends.
>The fact that you seriously just have to mash the attack button repeatedly to kill things when they are near you, just awful.
Maybe you should try something else than video games.
Have you played the game? I don't mean the attack button makes an attack that you have to aim at anything. I mean if something is close to you, you mash the attack button 4 or 5 times until it dies. A little beam of light shoots at it. It's literally all you have to do.
I'm 31 and Canadian. Is liking this game a matter of maturity?
Overhyped or value for money?
Thank you, Jesus.
Onion Shota can fuck off.
What game lets me play as a party of little girls?
Aside from EO of course.
Do you like Splatoon?
>Bu-But Street Fighter V is the best fighting game ever.
Literally more 4babbies than Smash Bros now.
I actually really enjoy the game online, but god, I wish Capcom would get their finger out and give us a decent single player experience outside of the worst story mode ever