What is the link for the full screen version?
Which one is the X button /v/?
Are video games getting worse or is it just me? The standards are dropping at least.
Don't get me wrong, there are some aspects that are superior in every way to older games, things such as gameplay & story are severely lacking.
I'll take Call of Duty as an example, 15 years ago reviewers would call it out for it's shitty gameplay and yearly cash-grab, these days they score highly, the same goes for FIFA and other yearly sports games, I know these games are better than they were 15 years ago, but the standards have dropped so much these games...
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Criteria for judging games changed, now people value multiplayer over a well crafted single player experience.
Not to say multiplayer games definitely didn't exist back in the day, but they're far more prominent than they were, where now pretty much all of the top selling games are multiplayer.
When did you realize that difficulty has no bearing on video game quality?
>DUDE, VIOLENCE IS WRONG BUT AT THE SAME TIME HERE'S A GAME THAT COMPLETELY GLORIFIES VIOLENCE IN EVERYWAY, LMAO
Is there a more pretentious game? I have doubts that one exists.
Are there any good mobile games at all
>What would you recommend for long time play
I have only played a few mobile games, but here is my experience.
Steven Universe: Attack the Lightis a fun Paper Mario-esque rpg. It's not too long but somewhat challenging, depending on how you build you character.
One Piece Treasure Cruise is a fun rpg-esque freemium collectable game. You build a team with the units you get in game and fight with them, then level them up by feeding other units. There's a name for these kinds of games, I forget what it's called. Anyway, you can do well in this game without spending a dime. It's challenging and has a super amount of content.
all I have and I don't even play them at all
they're good though
Why doesn't /v/ talk about ARK? It's a pretty popular game right now and it's actually a promising EA survival game, unlike many others.
>Instead of using the universe and source material to create something new, we're going to rehash the good parts of Fallout 3.
>They've already got one planned called Far Harbour.
>Point Lookout ver 1.4
I shouldn't have bought this game.
Are there any games that are incredibly simple, yet in practice they have virtually infinite gameplay complexity?
Only one I can think of is Go.
How can I get rid of this weird rainbow shadow?
How does this make you feel /v/?
If i can get a PC with specs capable of playing 99% of games for roughly under £600, then what's the need/ point in shelling out £1000-£2000+ for a ridiculously high spec PC? Apart from simply being able to say "this is how high my specs are", what's the benefit, game wise, of spending that much?
not troll or faggot, just need advice on moving to PC instead of being a console fag
>dual audio not included
how many games have you refused to buy because of this?
Persona Q and FE Fates most recently for me
Should I give this another shot?
I stopped at episode 6 because of too much QUALITY... has it gotten better /a/?
>tfw World of Final Fantasy probably won't get a western vita release either