1.6 or Global Offensive?
Do people actually watch and enjoy let's plays on youtube?
The few ones I cgecked out out of curiosity literally had the guy playing it (Trails in the Sky in this case) and READING OUT LOUD THE DIALOGUE like some amateur voice acting shit. It was so embarrassing and cringeworthy and not entertaining at all
Are they all like that? Do people actually enjoy that shit?
Is this TheHeroOfLight? Fuck that guy.
But to answer your question, some LetsPlays work, some don't. It depends on the title and the guy doing it. Some come off obnoxious as fuck this developing a very cancerous fanbase, some are alright.
As for games, JRPGs usually make terrible LetsPlay fodder unless it's a silent walkthrough like MasterLL or omegavolution. Horror games like Silent Hill are alright. In general its a combination of the game, and the charisma of the guy doing them
So have any of you guys played this? What are your thoughts on it?
Do you think pixel art is just an easy way out, or can it be nice?
It can definitely be done well. Even if it's not, sometimes indie devs don't have the resources to make good graphics. If it's just one guy who's good at programming, I'd rather have a fun game with kinda terrible graphics than none at all, y'know? Like, Mega Man 2's graphics aren't great, but it's still fun as hell.
I'm making an RPG right now and I'm trying to decide between SNES type graphics or something high resolution but simple like this
I feel it's most important that a game has an art direction. You can have pixel art but no art direction, just as you can have AAA unreal 4 super cinematic graphics but no art direction.
>"I am sorry I pretended to be kidnapped and then told the guards you kidnapped me. But you will still help me be Queen, right? Also don't kill my dad."
>Have had a Payday 2 copy sitting in my steam invintory for a year or two
>Haven't thought to just give it away.
Sure, it's a shit game now with the microtransaction bullshit, but if you want it roll for dubs I guess.
Morning after new years eve. What are you playing first?
Pic related for me. Got some rum and coke, slowly waking up and going through one of my favorite childhood games.
just got it earlier today. or yesterday I guess. gonna be a good year I think
Still trying to finish up XCX.
220 hours in already and I'm still at chapter 10.
I finished Onimusha yesterday right before midnight. I enjoyed it a lot, but is it worth bothering with the sequels? I mean, the first game has a nice, kinda Resident Evil feel to it, the sequels seem to be a lot more button mashy.
Anyone else just not impressed by the gunplay in this? Weapons feel bland, almost too boringly accurate. Have I just been spoiled by FEAR and Insurgency?
You have a virtually unlimited budget due to the insane success of gta 6 and they want you to make something TRULY game changing. How do you do it?
Note that the computing technology is leagues ahead from now meaning it can handle things not even quad SLI titans can.
GTA set in a real vertical Blade Runner style city with flying cars and all of that good cyberpunk shit
Lots of humour in the in game ads with them being super over the top seeing as how R* loves to rip on that kind of thing and having silly names for crime like HIGH VELOCITY MURDER HOMICIDE
What settings do I need to use on ePSXe to get Silent Hill looking it's best?
What are some games with realistic cooking mechanics?
>I yield, I yield!
Is there a mod that lets the random NPCs yield long enough, like stop their regenerating health, so that I can actually walk away into another area without being chased after again?
For as terrible as some of the mechanics of Skyrim are, I do enjoy the role-playing factor of it. Being the merciful thief however is impossible. I want to whittle down my opponents health and get them out of way. Bonus points if I can still loot them while they're surrendering.
Is /v/ excited for the official PC release of Final Fantasy IX?
The only good part of FF9 is Bahamut vs Alexander.
What is your new year's resolution?
Mine is to masturbate less.
Are there any games reminiscent of old samurai films?
The only things close to what I'm looking for that I'm aware of are the Yakuza spinoffs and the Way of the Samurai games.
>The only things close to what I'm looking for that I'm aware of are the Yakuza spinoffs and the Way of the Samurai games.
Not really, the closest thing is Way of the Samurai, they dropped the ball with 4 though.