So who was in the right here?
I like the idea, is anyone playing? Got a few questions? Should I buy a package or skip? How easy is it to attain in game cash? What are you able to build?
Once again share some tips or point out mistakes you commonly see.
How would you rank the Halo games, /v/?
So I just played the beginners guide and all I want to know now is one thing:
Is C real?
Bump speak to me please! I can't go to sleep without knowing and it's really late.
Yo is this shit fun on the ps4? I just wanna shoot shit. Is everyone already bored of it?
>Game set in the future
>Plot is based around Orwellian themes
>game set in the future
>religion still exists
Which one is better?
>Playing a Japanese game
>It's a sad scene
>The main theme begins playing on a piano slowly
What's next for Rockstar?
Anyone got an updated version of this?
I have a Corsair M60. It's been great up until I moved my PC from school to home and re-set everything up. Maybe I plugged my mouse into the wrong USB slot, because now the mouse will lag often. Like it'll just get stuck for a split second then keep going, but it's noticeable enough to piss me off when I am playing RTS games and need to move quickly. Sometimes it won't lag for an hour, then it'll do it nonstop for 20min. Any advice? I have 16g RAM, PC is brand new (built it in August...
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What are some games with a good story I can play on my Persona 4 machine?
It's not fair.
So, the golden age of JRPGs was probably the 16-bit era. Chrono Trigger, three GOAT Final Fantasy games, Lunar, Phantasy Star IV, Dragon Quest V etc etc. 32-bit era is also a contender for the golden age of JRPGs what with the polarizing FF VII, FF Tactics, Xenogears, Suikoden games, etc.
That isn't what I want to discuss today, though, /v/. I want to ask what the best JRPGs from the following generations are. This last console generation and the one before it.
Honestly, these consoles are capable of delivering the best JRPGs of all time, the hardware is there, but the execution left something to be desired. Take for example Final Fantasy XII. Game looks great. Shitty combat system and a weak story make it an overall forgettable FF game. JRPGs are a fucking joke now when people cite a game like Ni No Kuni as one of the best. Charming, looks great, but the gameplay isn't that great. I mean it's not a bad game, it's just good, not great.
Really the only great JRPG of recent memory I can think of is Xenoblade. There's also Dragon Quest VIII, but other than that I feel every other JRPG is at best a good game, but not a great game.
So /v/ give me your great, fucking amazing JRPGs of recent memory and a spiel about what you liked about it. Don't give me no weak, "I enjoyed this, this was a good JRPG" shit like a fucking Tales game or some shit. Great games, handheld or console, whatevs, go!
Well OP I haven't played many of them but I think you'd enjoy
Summon Night 4
Summon Night 3
Metal Max 2 Reloaded (if you want modern) and 3, particularly if you liked Chrono Trigger
Zero and Ao no kiseki duology are pretty great
I also think Shadow Hearts is great too
I could also say Romancing Saga Minstrel Song, but I really don't prefer it over Romancing SaGa 2, but maybe you would like it a lot.
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The Last Story was a pretty good sort of Stealth/JRPGs hybrid. Motherfucking Sakaguchi was behind it, so if you're a Final Fantasy fanboy, which all signs point to yes, you would probably like it.
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