So, Aerith or Aeris?
ITT: Times /v/ tricked you into playing bad games
>/v/ tells me Spec Ops The Line is a serious deconstruction of war games that tells an interesting story about war
>The main character is played by Nolan North
Into the trash it goes. If you want me to take your shitty deconstructionist war game seriously, hire a real actor next time.
Why do people pretend this game is good? Most importantly, why are FFIX fans always the ones who start fights in flame wars in Final Fantasy discussions?
What if zelda was a girl?
What are the odds for this game to be actually fun ?
>Last big release was Alan Wake in 2010
You just Leveled Up! But only one of your stats increased, if any at all. What's your quote?
Is this the only good Dark Souls walkthrough?
Reminder that Nintendo could release a Mario reskin of E.T for Atari 2600 and 13 year olds on YouTube would still buy & defend it
I used to think that pressing A really fast in pokemon increased your chances of a successful capture
On the game GLADIUS I used to think if you flicked the controller in the direction of the attack it help with blocking attacks, but I'm pretty sure it more about chance when I think about it
Fucking great turn based game, probably the best I have ever played
Guys, I used a trusty 15$ keyboard for 3 years, yesterday the D key broke and I bought another 15$ keyboard, but it sucks ass, so I decided to buy a better keyboard, what do you think it's the best for gaming? do you think it doesn't matter? I don't care about stupid lights and shit, I just wanna know what do you think it's the best choice for someone who play lot's of games, no frills attached, please.
This. Steel series 6vg2 i think its called. Simple and tough.
What do you guys think about Splinter Cell series?
Has the capability of piracy ruined your enjoyment of games?
When I was a kid and in my early teens, I had to buy all of my games. I enjoyed the fuck out of them because my options were so limited.
After learning about piracy, I've adopted a "try before I buy" approach. This has led me to play many, many games, for very short periods, before realizing I didn't like them and move on to the next. I don't give them the time they might deserve, unlike when I was a kid I would play the shittiest of games all the way through and get some enjoyment out of them.
Self control is a good thing. Sometimes we're forced to pick and choose what we want most, and it really makes us think about whether something is worth our time or not. When we are free to choose as much and as often as we want with few to no limitations, we take everything for granted. The more you have, the less valuable each average item becomes. There will be a few that stand out to you still, but the rest almost becomes monotonous. There are many reasons why I choose to not pirate, and this is one of them.
You could make a similar argument for steam sales. Especially if your "try before you buy" period is less than 2 hours now that refunds are here. And as a kid you are going to enjoy things you won't enjoy as an adult. That's just life.
Think of all the money your "try before you buy" approach has saved you? Maybe you have missed out on a few games you would otherwise like, but just as certainly you would have bought games you never would have liked.
It's difficult for me not to pirate. I just don't have the income to risk buying a shit game. There are also some games I'd like to try, but definitely wouldn't want to own. I still buy games I really like, but end up hopping from pirated game to pirated game most of the time.
Although recently I've been just considering stopping piracy altogether and going without video games if I can't afford ones I want. It's a hard decision for me to make. On one hand I can have all...
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Which one do I buy, /v/?
This was the last game I had a blast playing. Recommend more like it.