Why do you hate FIFA games, /v/?
Because it requires skill?
Good news or bad news for Zelda U?
Twilight Princess, although somewhat uninspired, in many ways a definitive Zelda game. If he can build off the strengths of that game and the strengths of the original Zelda and not fuck it up everything will be alright.
A game developer here, i was wondering what kind of mobile games you guys like and why.
I see idle games becoming a bigger trend over time, I wonder how long it takes before there are good hybrid genres for it, I am also considering making one now, with a unique twist.
Image is of one of the projects I have worked on. (old image: keypad is already better designed now)
how, it's a very specific genre of game where you don't play it. Any other genre has some playability function to it. The only strategy is pure mathematical efficiency. Introducing pretty much anything else fundamentally changes it to be something else.
Yes, but you could argue that this can be combined with RPG elements (That unfolds when you are idle), but gives a boost when you are playing it.
Botting in a game like Diablo 3, for me could be seen as a idle game.
Just started playing this game yesterday. What are /v/'s opinions about it?
I'm never ever getting out of closet.
Find a better Game based on the middle ages
protip: you can't
just reinstalled this today
need some mods senpaitachi, recommend
going to download stainless steel
i love total war but i tried playing it again before i quit after 30 minutes its so boring i use to have like 300 hours
Im not disagreeing tw series is one of my favourite games Rome 1 is the best but mount and blade is a pretty good middle ages game, I didn't like the strategy part but combat was fun as heck
Are you here to catch a train darling?
>build into stealth
>go to Russia first
>escort mission with forced combat
>can't even do anything because the escortee doesn't run away from grenades that land under his feet
Never played it again.
Blitzball is the greatest FF mini game ever
>first game is praying for the RNG to fuck you over as little as possible
>every game after that is "recruit a couple OP players and win"
Top that off with the whole gimmick of the game being 3D underwater football that doesn't utilize the 3D or part at all and it's not really a very good minigame
What's your opinion on the $60 price tag? Do you feel it could be justified if the game delivers enough diversity in its assets?
What did you think of the gameplay they've shown recently? I'm expecting a lot from unhospitable worlds, and having to learn alien language for perks might be cool.
I still don't know what the gameplay is
>Red planet with green grass
>Green planet with blue grass
>Blue planet with red grass
I can't fucking wait for release, the butthurt around it will be delicious.
>I still don't know what the gameplay is
How so? They've shown videos of gameplay already. The firs tresult when you type "no man sky gameplay" on youtube is a 18-minutes long demo.
>game calls itself funny
Yeah, I mean I appreciate that we can see them interact and actually do video game stuff, but they picked such a shit game to start with. Can't wait for next week's though, if that one is shit I will just drop the series
Why is this the case? This is just one example and everyone knows it to be true.
>tf2 you could have had a cuteiful loving assistant gf but instead you throw it all away to fuck around with dark magic shenanigans
>is it true that shadowy figure that appears by the campfire is her
She's the one that turns up at nighttime and hits you, yeah
Wendy is the best girl but I like Willow's abilities the most
what went wrong?
are MMOs just a dead genre?