I want to buy a Fox Amiibo but I don't want to support Nintendo. What should I do, /v/?
/v/ meetup when?
Just picked up Diablo III, should I play this game while listening to podcasts or is the story significant enough to pay attention to and is the sound design / music immersive? I play so many games while listening to podcasts, it's a hard habit to break.
Diablo 3's plot is really terrible, so no worries there
I would consider keeping sounds on (like D2 specific loot makes specific noises when it drops, but since loot is instanced there's no possible way someone will steal it)
Music is decent, not quite as nice as DIablo 2
Kirigiri Kyouko needs her own game.
Mai waifu already has a game.
Kirigiri is cute too.
Which video gamer does /v/ think changed the world the most?
>no Kasumi in KOFXIV
Things like this should be haram.
What are some good Open World games, /v/?
With or without character creation.
images that upset you
How about we have a nice EO thread, it's been a while.
>still no platform
EOV seems to have been in development the longest out of all the games so far. It was teased at since the revealed EOU2 in summer 2014 and these games have been getting yearly releases since 4
>/v/ loves Skyrim
>hates Fallout 4
How the fuck can you rationalize this?
Why hello there Reddit!
What is your favourite FALLOUT 4 character? Mine is PIPER, because she is cool, hot and doesn't lives like a sheep. She always hunts the TRUTH and tries to enlighten people. I also love the MINUTE MEN because they protect the WEAK.
NEXT: Goof Troop
Then: Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Mix
I never played Duke sidescrollers or Duke 3D when they came out and I just recently played DNF. It sucks. It reminds me of mediocre licensed games, filled with chore levels rather than fun and a shitty gimmick of "everything is interactable" that has been obsolete since as far as I can tell, 2000.
I remember these games getting praised back and forth for being "so great". But what makes them great?? They're shit and always have been.
With Smash DLC having no indie characters
What indie do you think is next for receiving the prestige honor of getting an official Nintendo amiibo?
Considering how Wayforward prioritizes Nintendo releases over anything else, I wouldn't be surprised.
Let's be honest, The Witcher 3 is basically Red Dead Redemption with swords & slavs