What was the video game that actually got you into gaming and does it still hold up today?
For me, I'd have to say Final Fantasy 7 or Golden Sun
The Surge is a new game from devs of Lords of The Fallen - Deck 13. It's setting is futuristic with exoskeletons. What do you think about first futuristic "souls-like"??
So half of the LotF devs are doing a sequel, the other half are doing sci-fi Souls.
With DaS3 and then Ni-Oh hitting this year, do you think you'll be completely burned out on Souls-type games by the end of 2016, /v/?
>"So long, gay Bowser!"
What did he mean by this?
>at class with friend
>he brings up Dark Souls 3
>we discuss the new footage
>discussion turns into Dark Souls 2 talk
>mention ow I actually liked Dark Souls 2 and had a lot of fun with it
>says he feels the same way and that most of the hate is unwarranted besides the downgrade in graphics
>suddenly hear someone right behind me yell "DARK SOULS 2 HUH?!"
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Don't suppose anyone played/plays this game?
I actually played it from 2007 when it came out, until/after Mines of Moria. I had a blast back then, was my first MMORPG. But I will never have those feels again, I had when playing Shadows of Angmar. I will always keep it in good memory though. Good 'ol times ;_;
playd it a shit ton it went downhill when it went f2p. The first xpac was pretty good but the rest involving rohan were garbage and the pvp community has pretty much become godawful. I miss the days of massive raids to kill high star ranked players.
Yeah, F2P was the death of the game as far as high quality community and roleplaying went. I also can't stand that shitty BUY IN THE CASH SHOP button they keep plastering over everything. Also, only expansion that really felt like an expansion was Mines of Moria while every other was basically a glorified and overpriced content patch.
How come that Sega is better than Nintendo at offering 16Bit games on the 3DS?
Sega's Mega Drive/Genesis 3D classics:
>run on all 3DS models
>allow button configuration
>can be played in 3D (remember, Nintendo, that nice little gimmick your system revolves around?)
>add new features
>support save states
>are priced at €4.50 - 5.00
Nintendo's SNES games:
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The SNES games are emulated on the virtual console, 3D classics are rewritten to run on the 3DS.
I agree the pricing is moronic, but Nintendo can charge what people are willing to pay.
>yfw looks like 90% of das3 bosses will be humanoid
Literally none of the bosses shown so far are humanoid.
However, the whole game seems to be a huge DUDE REMEMBER DARK SOULS 1 LMAO reference
Dark souls 2 was worse than 1 in every way but at least it tried to do something different
Can we, without memeing, talk about what degree one should get to successfully get a career in the video game industry?
Have you ever worked in vidya? What degree do you have? Where did you get it?
I'm thinking DigiPen but I heard it's a meme?
First gotta' get in and I heard that's not joke either.
That being said I think those games look kinda'
good. Still, I'm more hoping for someone who actually got into the industry on a prominent level through their education, you know?
a career in the video games industry simply doesn't require a degree, whether you want to code, be a 2d or 3d artist, there are 10000 free resources to learn proficiency in anything you want,
Just having a decent portfolio of your own work will get you noticed.
the only thing going to a meme school might do is give you [Spoiler] some inside connections [/Spoiler]
Where were you when you realized that Nintendo Wii is the gaming industry as a whole saying "Fuck you!" To left-handed people?
What are some words people use to discuss videogames that make you disregard their opinion?
Has anyone used the PS Move to play arcade shooters like House of the Dead on PS3? Is it any better than using a Wii Remote?
Wii Remote's more accurate, PS Move needs a rather decently sized TV for it to work efficiently. 24-27" isn't enough for it to extrapolate where you're aiming at accurately without some scaling.
Where the DX12 games at?
I've never been very good at turn-based strategy games, nor have I ever been especially good at space-diplomacy, but I am thinking about changing all that and getting into GalCiv2. In no small part because the concept of pic related makes me rather hard.
Everyone and their mother has told me that 3 is inferior to 2 in every way, so I'm leaning towards picking it up on Steam.
Can I get some beginners advice on Galactic Civilization 2? Any essential mods or anything I need if I pick up the Ultimate Edition?
Heh, honestly I couldn't tell you. I couldn't even tell you exactly how you could build one of these monstrosities.
That being said I know the game has a terribly expansive ship-building module, which may or may not have been enhanced in GC3.
That being said, any game that lest me strap wings on a mech and lets me send it to battle in space sounds like good times to me.
This is TP HD Ganondorf.
Why doesn't this convince you to get the game?
What are some must-play GBA games?