Why was Star Fox Adventures such a
Because it was colorful and well detailed and took place in a new and interesting setting. The only real downside is the monotonous combat and the fact that you can totally tell that Starfox was shoehorned in.
What genre of electronica is this?
What do you think we'll get in terms of Persona 5 spin offs?
Are there any good art games? By that I mean games where the gameplay revolves around drawing things, but not games that just teach you how to draw.
>both their cover stars BTFO before the game came out
Has Dana killed himself yet?
Will this game be any good?
McGoober is a dudebro.
I know this game is a bit of a taboo subject given the shitty ending, but is any of the DLC worth it?
I've been replaying the series and I was wondering if I should bother picking up the DLCs, or at least which ones are worth it. Figured if they got the Shadow Broker DLC right with ME2, maybe 3's could be worth it.
I loved the Citadel DLC. It was the perfect way to end my time in that universe. It erased the terrible taste in my mouth the the ending had left.
As long as you're not looking for something played straight. Its very clearly a send off to the fans.
What are some recommended PC exclusives? No mmos or Undertale please.
Meanwhile in Clock Town /v/......
How do we save the party fighter genre from the try hards, /v/?
The Brotherhood of Steel, the Institute, or the Railroad?
YFW you'll never experience this for the first time back in 98 again when 3DFXGlide ruled the world.
Left 4 Dead is considered best zombie game by some of /v/. Anyone got something better? I don't mind the game, but to me, it is not enough micromanaging autism in it to keep me entertained for long.
Also, is the second one better? Are there any hopes at all that third will be made?
If you like zombies and micromanaging autism, you might like Dead State. It's a completely different genre than Left 4 Dead, of course.
The sequel is generally considered the better game, especially since all of the first game's content is available within it.
Alright /v/ I need your advice
I'm 10 hours into P3FES and I plan on playing Persona 4 after
I like FES but I've been wanting to play the Metal Gear series since I recently got the HD collection on the PS3 and they seem really fun
I don't get a lot of time to play vidya right now so I feel the MG series would be better right now since the games are shorter
So should I finish P3 and P4 first, or play the MG series?
MGS games are verbal diarrhea with incomprehensible plots with only Kingdom Hearts topping it in sheer retardation. Persona games, on the other hand, have a good story with engaging characters that you can actually relate to.
Keep playing P3 and play P4, then I guess play MGS if you want,
What is the best controller to play on PC?
PS4, XO, PS3 or XBOX 360?
What headsets does /v/ use?
I used to use this piece of shit until the earpiece snapped, and I'm in need of a replacement