What's your favorite short game?
Let's say under 5 hours for the first time playing.
Mine is pic related. I think it's one of the most intelligent games ever made. It sort of broke the 4. wall with the controls alone.
Any recent 3DS games I should check out besides MH4? Open to pretty much anything
You can also play with strangers, but some people like to dick around a lot or are obviously really bad at the game. If you're patient, you can find good team mates however. Or you could share friend codes on /v/ or some more civil place and get to play with others.
I mean there is a single player mode but the games is more fun with real people.
A genie comes and curses you, but he has a strict code and gives you a choice
Either your speakers are permanently upside down for whatever computer you use from now on, dooming you to hearing reversed sounds, or your monitor is permanently upside down, no matter what you do, dooming you to reversed visuals.
No matter what you do, you can't upright your monitor/speakers after the genie curses you, it becomes impossible to do so, so you have to play video games upside down or hear the sounds upside down
Which do you pick?
Who would you have in Poker Night at the Inventory 3, /v/?
>Gordon Freeman [speaks only in subtitles,] G-Man, Alyx, or Coach
>Steve from Minecraft
I'd also like to see the Inventory renovated and expanded. I love the part when you get a win screen and the background pans across the Inventory all flashy-like, but the Inventory interior itself is pretty small.
They'd never put Clementine in there, only because devs would want to avoid any Facebook mom groups who've never touched a game in their lives to "e-protest" and sign a Change.org petition about video game paedophile making little girls do illegal things like gambling.
Well that's lame. I love Clem. You're probably right though. Even though Clem has already done illegal things like killing, so I don't think gambling is really that bad by comparison.
Who would you put in the 4th slot anon
ITT:Vidja you like,but every one else hates.
History repeats itself.
"Videogame Characters that remind you of yourself "- Thread
pic related is my choice.
>parents dead due to a car accident
>I sued my twin brother and got my parents house instead of him and his gf
>I have same hairstyle
>Blue is my favourite colour
>im a kissless virgin
Has been Arkham Knight optimization fixed yet? Just curious, I didn't try it at launch but I would like to play it now... so how's it?
This game is actually pretty damn good and challenging. Better than any Fire Emblem IS has made in a long time.
I might pick it up one day but right now have more than enough stuff that I still need to beat on my 3DS.
I tried the demo and didn't like it too much though. I wished the game played more like a traditional SRPG -- completely from the bird's-eye view and everything.
What are some games, preferably on PC, that are great for releasing aggression? Something like a shooter with a minigun and gibbing, destructible environments, anything easy to cause destruction without worrying TOO hard about dying yourself.
The best I can come up with is postal 2 and just cause, but neither of those is quite hitting the spot.
>Random picture probably not related
>it's a cave level
This is the most important scene in video game history.
Anything from DKC (an actually relevant franchise, unlike Metroid) is more important.
Which Sims should I play?
>Gravity Rush 2 only for ps4
Why Sony is cucking their own handheld.
I fucking hate Sony
Why Nippons can still make a shitload of games on Vita, but Sony treat their own console like a fucking bastard son.
Gravity Rush 1 suffered immensely from being on Vita. The dev team even said that. The game felt like tonnes of great ideas restrained by hardware not good enough to house them.
Gravity Rush 2 wouldn't be able to have the physics they've shown if it was on Vita again.
This is only a good thing.
What games let me play as a robot /v/?