Can we have a LittleBigPlanet thread?
Also, here's some Eve
Post yfw This game is great and is only continuing to get better
>None of the game modes or mechanics I enjoyed in the previous Battlefront games
>Not enough speed or polish like other shooters I play to make up for it
Sorry man, unless they added back space battles or added a mode with 3X speed and some decent arena style maps, there's just no way you could get me back into this.
I had no idea you could make Star Wars feel so muddy and dull.
Post great games that had one person on their dev team.
Why is this game so good?
It's fucking garbage, quests are tedious, there's no sense of progression and over-reliance on stats, difficulty is too easy except the highest setting which is just arbitrary arrows: the game
You and me, we're the only people around here who aren't complete fools.
It was the best of times...
How did Mick Gordon fucked this up?
They could have literally just used the same music and everyone would be pleased. Then they could just add few more. But nah, fuck that. DUBSTEP WOOOO... The worst music genre
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So Riot bought the Rising Thunder developers (announced a few days ago but still)
Thoughts on what's to come?
isn't it tencent that runs Riot now? maybe they want to jew it out the ass as well.
What game has attracted the worst community?
Should I fall for the meme?
When was the last time you played a REAL mmo /v/?
See the mass PvP on the Op image?
That was literally 5 minutes ago, on an L2 private server.
Over 200 people, 3 different sides fighting over who gets to farm that giant dragon.
Could SEGA return to the home console game? If yes - what must they do hardware-wise to compete with the Nintendo/Microsoft/Sony products?
No, they are not a hardware manufacturer anymore. Even all their arcade machines are just custom PCs.
Nor do they have the manpower required to distribute hardware.All their non Japanese branches are tiny. Sega of America just last year sold their SF office to Zynga and moved to southern California.
It would cost about 1 billion dollars to get back into the console market. Note that that's the cost get back in; not to be competitive.
And what would they do once they did it? People aren't buying there game now, they sure as shit going to buy hardware to do it.