Best F2P games and why?
>You're able to get everything without spending any actual money. (Except a few vanity items)
>Updated more than many other games.
>Pretty good cooperation
>Randomly generated levels
>A few minor bugs
>Get's repetitive at higher levels
Does it have to be an MMO? Elona+ is one of my favorite games and it's free so posting it anyway. It's a sandbox roguelike without permadeath.
Warframe is nothing but a skinnerbox for idiots.
I've put 150 hours into it, and then realized that the game was boring as fuck, and I was having absolutely 0 fun.
I also have an impressive tolerance for boring, monotonous games, so trust me when I say that warframe has almost no redeeming qualities.
>Learn and Live!
>there are people on /v/ who think Jedi Academy is better than Jedi Outcast
it wasnt better, but the customization was fun.
Tell me one reasonably well known famous/successful person who plays a lot of video games (excluding pro-gamers).
Are video game just worthless time sinks that destroy your potential to succeed?
Long story short, I decided to start working on a game of my own. There's been a lot of stuff to consider and I've looked into what kinds of design choices would suit the theme of the game.
One thing that I keep coming back to is items and populating the game with them. When I say items, it's shit like weapons, armour, special shit, etc..
What do you faggots think would be better:
>Items are randomly generated at the start of each game, stored in a big list and placed throughout the world, making everyone's experience...
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Been telling myself that since I started, so I keep going with it.
>Is this a common thing in Japanese folklore or something
More common in Irish and English, but yes. Especially English. They had like half of their island cut off as "big spooky forest" until the French kicked their asses.
What should I expect.
Is Super Mario Star Road any good?
I gotta be honest, the first time I played it, on a proper emulator using a Gamecube controller, I was amazed. It felt like the Super Mario 64 2 Nintendo Power promised back in the day, and it was a lot of fun. I even invited my mom over to play it with me, like we used to when I was 4-5 on the original N64. We both loved it.
Give it a go.
"Hey son, your mother told me to check up on you to make sure you weren't staying up so late."
"I'm fine with you playing your video games but please get some sleep, your mother and I worry."
"OK son, good night and see you in the morning."
I wish this game got more recognition,
it's free on their website and has a simple but interesting story.
>Implying there's anything wrong with properly applied filters
>Go to meet long distance gf
>Most fun I have ever had
>Had to leave today
>Depressed as all hell when I return to my home
What vidya do I play to stop me from spiraling into a cycle of depression /v/?
>long distance gf
I guess everyone in your city knows you're a beta cuck so you needed to find someone who was outside the know.
Besides EarthBound, what are some good games that utilize condiments?
This kills the Kawase.
>50,000 PC players actually bought this piece of shit
you are no longer master race if you bought this shit game
also is anyone surprised that sonyggers lined up for this turd sandwich?