Does anyone actually play Harvest Moon for the farming?
This looks like the newest one, Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns on 3DS. It's the one with a datable kitsune of the opposite gender, from what I recall.
>Does anyone actually play Harvest Moon for the farming?
Back to Nature had a great sense of farming and farm management, and I very much enjoyed it for that. I would assume that Harvest Moon 64 is the same (it's basically the same game) and the SNES Harvest Moon should be as well.
It's my opinion that the farming went to shit after that. They switched from the 365-day year with actual months and seasons over to a simple 120-day year with four "months" of Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter in Friends of Mineral Town, and the farming felt incredibly disappointing after that.
Magical Melody had some frankly disappointing farm management as well. A Wonderful Life had the seed combining/mixing and fertilizer, but the planting just felt more limited and disappointing... and I could never manage to build a stall for a cow for whatever reason. I didn't play any past that.
Rune Factory has some forgettable farming, but you probably don't play those games for that. RF1 probably had the "best" farming, but that mostly involved planting some cheap crop in dungeons and having your captured water blobs just take care of the farm at home.
Your favorite game just combined with the last game you played. How good/bad/unexplainable is it, /v/?
Swat 4 combined with Halo 3: ODST
/v/ how do you beat mount and blade warband?
Wich is better, Thief of Black belt?
i never played any ff game, but i'm decided to play the first one
Why hasn't this seen a big discount? The cheapest I've seen it is $38.
Is it worth $38 on ps4?
>decades before MG REX
>upright metal gear infinitely more advanced powered by the mind of a magic boy
Can we take a moment to appreciate how fucking retarded this was
>can only be piloted by children and to operate optimally also needs the child pilot to have literal magic powers
>extremely expensive and incapable of being mass produced
>giant stuctural weak points
>depleted uranium Armor (same as Abrams tanks) that's nothing special even in the age this game takes place in
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Who would win /v/?
DON'T EXPECT A RELEASE DATE ANY TIME SOON FOR SPIDERMAN .
Why would you care?
It is obviously the same shit as Limbo.
Artsy Farts bullshit made entirely to be pretentious and deliberately not shown off to elude people to the game being better than it is.
Have you played or witnessed Limbo? Than you got the gist of Inside.
watch a LP of it. You will get the exact same experience.
That's really funny because this is definitely a game to pirate, and they fucking know it. It's just long enough to get around Steam refunds but barely...I think it's going to piss a lot of people off.
MIND HACK edition
>Which team was the least shit?
>Which game had the least shit ending?
>Why is Uchikoshi a worthless hack who can't tie together plot points to save his goddamn life?
>The Radical-6 dilemma in Biolab is just foreshadowing of Zero's overall plan
>They can take the Fanatic that might not exist but will definitely kill them if it does or they can take Radical-6 that will give them a chance of survival
The answer to this question will be revealed in ZE4, look forward to it! :^)
1. Team D
2. 999's ending is perfect due to its closed nature. VLR's ending is only flawed by the fact that it is a cliffhanger. The very final part of ZTD's ending with Carlos pointing the gun is perfect, but ZTD has the most shit ending due to no closure.
Can you anons tell me some good metroidvanialike style games?
Played and loved Guacamelee, never heard about Shantae series, though.
BU I've tried Ori and Valdis story...pretty good but not as much amusing than Guacamalee, for instance
Just got a New 3DS. From what I understand, it comes with a 4gb card, is that gonna be enough? I plan on buying some games from the e-shop, mostly NES/SNES stuff like Super Metroid, Earthbound, SMB3 and maybe couple others. Should I get a 32gb card?
I have a 16GB card, it was only enough for full 2 digital games and about 10 demos.
Splurge for a 64GB if you're serious about digital games, otherwise, 4GB is enough for pics and the occasional demo.
Just started emulating it, this shit is so awesome. Are there any games like this too?
Yeah, but I feel like this is on a different plane entirely. The customization, and simplicity yet depth of moves.
Fuck, there's a game coming out soon that looks almost identical to God Hand, so much so that I think they were heavily inspired by it. It has customizable movesets and PVP, I'm cautiously optimistic about it and unfortunately the name escapes me at the moment
>Thought game was going to be awful
>Is legit good
Surprise of the year?
I'd say so, yeah. It's probably GOTY for me so far.
Much better than Fates, funnily enough.
I'm forty five hours in, and on the 'Fire Emblem' chapter. It's a really strange feeling seeking out these 'ancient' heroes that you have actually played as before in other games. It feels much more poignant than other games that use the idea.
Show me 1 example of when a character redesign goes right