Test Chamber thread
Anyone willing to test out a portal 2 test chamber I finished today?
If possible I'd love live feedback, although it's certainly not necessary.
Also, feel free to post yours.
Ask someone who caught all 720 pokemon without cheating anything.
>Started with Red for the GameBoy
>Used Glitches to get Mew, Celebi, etc. Only when Necessary.
>Completed the National Dex in every game. (Except Gen 3 because you cant trade GB to GBA, so I just finished the Hoenn Dex)
>Took about 5 years
>Red, Silver, Ruby, Pearl, White, Y Master Race.
Why havent you Caught em' All /v/?
Witcher 3 on sale for $25 on PSN right now. Is it worth it at that price? Or should I wait for it to go on sale on steam?
On sale until March 1st.
As you've gotten older, has your preference of singleplayer vs. multiplayer changed at all?
I was thinking about how I used to play almost exclusively multiplayer games during middle and high school (BW, W3, tribes 2), but for the for the past 8 years have been moving towards singleplayer games to the point where the only multiplayer games I've played in the past 3 years have been tribes ascend and rocket league
I doubt its age related. I'm always single player except for occasional games where multiplayer is a focus and you cant get away from it yet the game still interests me, basically it's an aside if it's there ok, if it isn't, I don't care.
Opposite for me anon, played mostly single player growing up because social disorder and after I hit a meltdown in college and dropped out I play almost multiplayer exclusive games.
I'm a bit lonely.
I still love multiplayer co-op games, but new ones are feeling too few and far between, with fewer people to play 'em with now.
I wish there were more beat-em-ups
Discuss how Ori could have possibly beat BB despite having no fans here
Let's say this game never existed.
What would be the game that is generally regarded as the best ever?
What should I play
How do you fix being bored of video games?
Nothing else sounds fun! I need to like video games again or I will probably just go to sleep most of the day.
>24 million copies sold
What went right, /v/ros?
>32 million copies sold
>little to no advertising at all prerelease
>only 2milliom copies sold
>shilled out the ass on /v/ and everywhere elese
WE DID IT BROS
B-BUT THIS JUST SHOWS DRONES WILL LAP UP ANYTHING NINTENDO MAKES
BLOODBORNE IS STILL A BETTER GAME AND SALES PROVE NOTHING
WII U STILL HAS NO GAMES
How is everyone liking SUPERHOT?
I think it's pretty okay.
Games which are harder than Dark Souls
Souls games have a high skill floor, but once you learn the mechanics they aren't much harder than most games
XCOM isn't hard, it's just RNG: The game
You may as well say Hearthstone is hard
Why are they Sony exclusive?
Perhaps the same could be said for ALL Japanese developers.
>It has a wireless HDMI dongle that attaches flush to the back of the device. A user can pull it out and insert it into any display with a normal sized HDMI output and the devices uses an evolved version of the Wii U’s streaming tech to display in HD to the TV screen.
>Allegedly the analog controls for movement has small motors in them for full haptic feedback. Meaning if you control a character and hit a wall, the sticks move away from the direction of that wall to simulate running head first into it. This can also be used for jerking when firing a gun, taking damage, moving over rough terrain, ect.
>It can literally Bluetooth synch with everything, especially smart phone and tablets to the point where one feature is that it can answer phone calls and display text messages from your phone onto the screens itself so you don’t have to stop and answer your smart device.
>The closest in terms of “power” it gets to is the Xbox One, but an app idea is Wii U x50 and Playstation Vita x100. The key is that all the tech is exactly the same hardware layout as the PS4 and Xbox One which then combine it with the OS’s strong emulation functions and compiler means that any game that can run of a >Playstation 4 or Xbox One can easily run on the NX with near-zero modification to the original source code, especially if it runs in Android OS or Unreal Engine 4. >This is allegedly why Nintendo has given out the dev kits so late, as one 3rd Party dev put it “It’s the easiest device we’ve ever developed for. You just take your code, compile it and it works.”
>Look to Pokemon GO to get the idea of the type of social features that will be in NX that will take multiplayer, AR and the StreetPass concept to a whole new level.
>The real strengths of the device is its usability and ease of use. Developers have described to me more than once that it visually and functionally looks as if “Samsung and the Nintendo 2DS” had a baby, in that it looks friendly but unlike what most people visualize a Nintendo device to typically look. The operating system, named NintendOS alone is very...
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>I don’t have many details on the device itself but I do have some background for it and some PR techniques they will use for it. A thing to note about this device is that much of it’s production was started in 2014 and many of the stuff I list here was outlined by the late Satoru Iwata before his passing. Hence in the company, the NX is considered the last project of their late president. Employees since his passing utter a phrase at the end of meetings and during idea brainstorms which...
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Why is it so good?
Loads of replayability.
Going with certain quests means you can't get other quests, so you've got to play through several times to see all the content (unless you metagame hard to balance rep among the factions, and even then you're still not going to see all of it in one go).
The squeals to both these come out.
I played the fuck out of both.
Playing Dishonored on my PS4 right now.
2016 will be a good year indeed.