What games would give me a thrill of scaling and defeating large obstacles? Like mountains and monsters.
Is a European Sega CD compatible with a North American Genesis? I want to get Sonic CD but I want the version with the good soundtrack
I've already got the game on the Gems Collection, and I know you can get it on Steam and mobile, but I want the original
Considering buy this. I play any and all genres of games and there's little I don't enjoy, but I'm wondering if any of the DLC should be considered "essential" for the best experience.
Anyone wanna share their experiences with the game?
This game was a blast in occulus rift.
Nothing beats leaning out the window and screaming insults.
Unfortunately it had alot of studder.
When VR finally comes out properly I will give this game another try.
is the dlc just more maps and trucks? i'm a cheap son of a bitch and would really rather just pay four bucks for the base game unless the dlc is as necessary as Civ V dlc is to Civ V, adding all sorts of new mechanics and such
Why are there no good mobile games?
Paz is for _________
Is the anime any good?
Does Bamco really think it's okay to have a 10 year old boy run around with a 19 year old werewolf girl?
5. Until Dawn
4. Batman Arkham Knight
3. Rise of the Tomb Raider
2. Star Wars Battlefront
1. The Order 1886
Easy #1 choice, but I wasn't aware Until Dawn was a notably good looking game. Anyone have any examples?
Western developers could learn a lot from this.
I didn't want to learn how to play gwent anyway, dandilion
Hah, you thought you can trick me, Anon? I active my spell card "Nobleman of Crossout". Effectively nullifying your face down monster.
Hey /v/. Finally looking to do a playtrough of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Which AMK mod should I start with? Or is Lost Alpha worth playing first?
Looking for a mod that adds the best A-Life and more content, if possible
I, and some others, suggest playing vanilla the first time. The most recent patches fix a lot of bugs up and make the vanilla game much more stable. Just make sure to play on master.
If you really insist on modding, check out the general thread on >>>/vg/ to see what the latest suggested mods for a first play are.
Play patxhed vanilla first, if you already haven't. It really helps you get a better perspective of what the mods do, or what you might want to change. The vanillas are already quite challenging towards the end, and atmospheric as fuck.
afterwards, the original AMK1.4 is the perfect way to re - experience the game. Here's its guide.
JUST ANOTHER DAY IN THE LIFE OF A GAME NAMED
WELCOME TO MY
Zero Escape Thread
You excited for 3 lads? Fav moments/game?
Zero Escape threads are very difficult to get off the ground if there hasn't been any new news with ZE3.
>woman gives sexually suggestive speech
>nope, it's about death and battle
Why video games?
I got the Ace Attorney Trilogy on 3DS two days ago, and I just finished Ace Attorney.
I'm kinda torn on whether I should replay Justice for All. I played these game a long time ago, but I do recall not enjoying Justice for All that much.
Should I? Was Turnabout Big Top and Grossberg's hemorrhoids as bad as I remember them?