Quick question for a newcomer to the series.
Is fallout 4 a follow up of fallout new vegas? Like lore wise. And also im looking to get fallout new vegas first. Will it be hard to catch up to the story?
1, 2 and New Vegas are in the same sort of storyline and 3 and 4 have their own.
Also, don't bother with 4. It's a meme to hate it, sure, but it's really not great.
If you're going to anyway, start with 4. Better to experience improvements when you switch to New Vegas than feel the downgrades switching from New Vegas.
FO1, 2, and NV are West Coast and directly connected.
FO3 and 4 are East Coast and directly connected, pretty much spin-offs from the original story. If you play NV without playing 1 or 2 you'll probably be able to figure things out quickly since the game is designed for players who are coming from FO3, but you certainly don't need NV for FO4.
On the mechanic side, 1 and 2 are isometric RPGs from the olden days, but they are perfectly playable to this day. NV is a gamebryo game with actual writing and the minimum bar of entry to be considered a good RPG.
3 tries to be an RPG but fails brutally. 4 doesn't even try and goes full shooter looter instead.
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What's your favourite Max Payne game?
>his latest videos have only 300k views, down from the ~1.2 mio that he used to get at his peak
Is this fedora's reign of terror finally over?
First game you ever played thread, lets see how young you fagets are.
I meant that you owned I guess, but Arcade games obviously count now that I think about it, I probably played something before cool spot in arcade. I was super young though so it's hard to remember.
When will Canada be able to play? And also will Android 4.4.4 work?
I know i'm not the only one, but i feel like i'm the only one who is really excited for this game. I haven't played one of these games in years, i love Berserk. Dark Souls Berserk would suck. I'm keen as fuck.
Judeau and Casca (to no surprise) are gonna be playable.
Posting the other scans. That was 1/3
ITT: Criminally underrated games.
I think Binary Domain had a neat story but the gameplay was really basic and tedious. Although I do appreciate how it had a bunch of different action sections between the shooty bits even if they weren't super great.
Help me, I can't decide which one to get.
Is Mercy evil?
I am so fucking excited.
All the trailers, all the years of waiting, it's all led up to this bros. We will finally see Big Boss descend into villainy for ourselves. There will be some insane ruses and the story will probably be MGS2-tier. This will be one of the best games ever made, I can feel it.
I cannot fucking wait.
Got this thing as a drop. Why do so few people talk about it? The reach, speed, damage and moveset are superb. It's buffable. It has bleed. It can be used on a quality or dex build no issue. It let's you kick despite being a curved sword.
I've only ever seen 3 in pvp and that was in the last two days, still mostly just meet dark swords. Why is this thing so under appreciated?
it's not underappreciated. It's THE meta weapon. All the scrubs and r1-spammers may be rocking dark swords and estocs, but the people who actually know what they're doing and are willing to go to great lengths to win will be using the carthus curved sword, most likely with Flynn's ring and light armor. A roll-catch light attack here, a buffered running attack there, always playing defensively and calling it "spacing" or "zoning."
What's the point of playing a JRPG on a high difficulty instead of easy difficulty if the only thing that will change is how long you will spend killing the same enemies over and over again?
Or even better, what's the point of even playing a JRPG if what really matters in these kind of games is the history? You can just watch the cutscenes on Youtube and you will save 50 hours of your shitty life that could be used for a useful thing like getting a fucking job.
Good JRPGs have quite a bit of depth to the combat and are designed to be beatable without any random battles if you can figure out the optimal tactic for each situation. Random battles exist for retards who don't like gameplay or enjoy mindless tedium.
People play JRPGs because they offer enjoyable gameplay and may have interesting settings, stories, characters, etc. whereas working is generally not enjoyable.
If you grind in JRPGs you're playing them wrong.
You're meant to always go to your next objective and just fight the only random battles you meet on the way, without actually looking for them to grind. You've also got the flee option in most of them for a reason, as again, you're only supposed to do a couple of them every time on your way to the objective.
By grinding and overleveling you make next part of the game trivial and braindead.
Honestly threads like this just further prove...
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Who's the best waifu in vidya? And why is it Lucina?
thanks for the autosage, here's something for you