New line of Nintendo select games that are coming out on March 11 are up on amazon for pre order and it applies the 20% off Amazon prime offer. That means for those of us who couldnt buy ocarina of time 3ds its up right now for $15.99 in the US site.
Not up for pre order yet but you'll get 20% off nintendo selects if you have best buy gamers club as well
Any Originfags wanna do the coin glitch before it's patched out tomorrow?
Also GW2 Thread.
Who's hyped for Rosefaggots to get murdered tomorrow?
He's in a better place. Reunited with Nintendo at last.
People should go back and read the stuff this dude was saying around the time of Gamecube. Totally disrespectful of third parties, Western consumers, and the industry in general.
I'm glad he lived long enough to see Wii U shit the bed and mobile decimate his company's handheld market.
What should my first PS4 game be?
Definitely don't want:
Batman Arkham Knight
Last of Us
Tell me the best PC multiplayer FPS out right now, or I'll do it.
Is 3D just inherently better than 2D? I think all games could do with an extra dimension if they can handle it.
No, the reverse is actually true. 2D grants you the information and precision to make interesting decisions. With a 2D gamespace, you are making judgments about position. In a 3D gamespace, you are making judgments about distance.
2D is actually better.
FUCK THIS GAME
I'm not, I literally can't do it and I was getting gold medals constantly on all the previous games. Now for some reason I can't pass the training. Monkey Watch is the bane of my existence.
What the fuck am I supposed to do in the Red Skorpion prison area? Surely I'm not supposed to kill all of the guards at the top of the area?
Also how am i supposed to get Red's passcode for fuck's sake?
been awhile since I played, but I think you need someone with really high hacking skill to hack the turrets and shit .
How boring will this game be? How barren are the landscapes going to be? How repetitive will the game be? Is it going to be a big open world with nothing to do like so many games?
You can explore planets, dig for cave systems, hunt wildlife. You can mine for resources, trade them, buy cool shit or craft it yourself to help you go exploring innasystems. You can fight space pirates or become one yourself.
I guess to some people that sounds like nothing to do.
>$60 for an indie game
gets me every time
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!
So /v/ what's the general consensus?
Is it worth retail price? Or should I wait for summer sales?
How's the long war mod coming?
What's up with this guy?
No Man's Sky
Seriously, how many more of these are all coming out at the same time? Besides the Homeworld remake, I haven't even heard of a decent space game coming out for what feels like a decade. It felt like, "if you like flying in space, play Project Eve, that's it." Then 2016 comes along and now there's a wall of almost identical games coming out. Are they just poaching off the same engine here?
The only difference I remember between SC, ED and XR is that in one of them, you can...
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All of them are shitty arcade games with no real simulation or finished showcase
They're all cashgrabs for nostalgic Freespace players. Even then, Freespace wasn't the best a space flight sim could be.
>Seriously, how many more of these are all coming out at the same time?
Elite is shallow as fuck and came out 2014.
Star Citizen hasn't come out and won't be until next year.
NMS might as well never come out.
So not really "2016".
No Man's Sky: procedurally generated walking simulator. Avoid.
Elite: Dangerous: incomplete Space Trucking simulator, dominated by whiny British dads who hate fun. Maybe wait until the BrabenVision is fully realized but pass for now.
Star Citizen: perpetual alpha.
This shit is not acceptable in 2016.
Artificial difficulty at it's finest.
It's really simple and has been used in a ton of different fighting games, you should be used to it by now.
I think that the pretzel movement is stupid and unnecessary but a DP input is really easy dude
All difficulty is artificial, but is only difficulty if it's difficult. You, you're just shit with your fingers and because the idea of getting better is alien to you that's all you will ever be.
So that's it?
Should I light this stupid bonfire or just leave?