>You can only hold 2-4 weapons
Why do games do this? It's less fun.
Was this objectively the best Far Cry?
What games allow me to overcome the odds no matter how stacked they are against me in a way that seems like I just did an asspull?
So now that the dust has settled for good,
what's /v/'s opinion on pic related?
>Go into ancient crypt
>Candles are long since burnt out
>Any food you find is quiet spoiled
>Long lost tomb has a clearly marked surface entrance and is just over a hill from a main city
Can we talk about this? I haven't seen it discussed but I'm sure it has been. Still I would like /v/'s take on it. It's pretty hilarious to me that EA would even attempt compete against Valve's juggernaut but of course they do. How well does it do for EA? Do you have an Origin account? Please discuss.
>It's pretty hilarious to me that EA would even attempt compete against Valve's juggernaut but of course they do.
Competition is good. Anyone with sense no longer completely trusts Valve after the paid mods debacle, the dismantling of TF2 and CS:GO with purchasable skins and items, and Valve's complete inability to be a game company anymore.
I wouldn't want Steam to be the only digital distribution platform out there.
Should I play through MGS4? Or should I just watch the cutscenes? Or read a plot synopsis.
How this furry ass little dog be so damn adorable?
What about this otter?
What other books have had games based around them?
This is the only example I can think of other than Harry Potter games, OP, and pre-movie LotR games
What's a good bullet hell without weeb shit? I need to scratch the itch, but I'm not going to play a fucking flash game.
Hi, /lit/fag here
I want to see what video games are all about.
Which video games (any era, any gaming system) provide the best experience (no strings attached).
>make thread about favorite game
>make a false flag shitpost thread
are you an idort?
Is there any matchup more exciting than Falco vs Falco?