Got Chibi-Robo: Zip-Lash, Code Name: STEAM and Shovel Knight all sitting unopened in front of me. What should I play first, Anon?
Very fun. It was a very nice title to show off the next gen.
A little easy sure but you wouldn't want a game that has this control scheme to be too difficult anyways
>game runs at 30fps
>Doesn't have wheel support
>High, Medium, or Low
Why are this and 3 regarded as the best in the series? I love both but 2 is piss easy and 3 has weird design choices and seems like it was kinda rushed. My favorite is probably either
Top 3 games in the classic MM series right there.
MM II NES has about 6 good levels followed by a pretty crappy endgame.
MM III has delay lag when turning around which hinders your ability to dodge in a number of situations and the Doc Robots are poorly done. The endgame stages are also babby moded.
Who /squad/ here?
What's /v/ honest opinion about tetris?
I cant believe you guys haven't figured out GTA5's secret yet
>grew up poor
>rarely bought games, they had to be really good
>now have more money
>extremely critical of games, rarely buy single player games
How do I fix this? I haven't bought anything with steam sale.
Ditto. But recently I got Rune Factory 4, a game I NEVER thought I'd enjoy, heck, I thought I'd hate it... and it totally rekindled my love for games, I fell in love with it.
I'd say buy something you never thought you'd play. Step out of your comfort zone.
I need some more FPS games that are I guess sprite based, if that's what this style is called? Shit like Doom 1/2, Duken Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior, & Blood. You motherfuckers know what i mean. Any other good ones out there of these beautiful games?
And please don't recommend none of the early 3d polygonal doodoo like Half Life, Deus Ex, or System Shock 2. that ugly shit makes me puke.
>mfw Ori and The Blind Forest PS4 is the most frantically searched google result above Ori and The Blind Forest Xbox One and Ori and the Blind Forest PC
It's actually really good. You'd know if you were able to play it.
Why isn't there rule 34 of this semen demon?
this is vidya
Thinking of picking it up since it's on Steam Sale. is it a good MMO? anyone with some lengthy experience?
I have about 150 hours in it. It's a good game, I quite enjoy it. I don't know how it stacks up against other MMO's, because I never played any, but the "quests" in TSW are great. They're not just collecathons, you have investigation missions, sneaking missions, the lore and story is pretty great.
Gameplay ain't bad, but it's not something amazing either. You have your bar of 8 skills and you use them, the game focuses on you using two weapons that compliment each...
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Combat is standard MMO fare. Atmosphere and setting is god tier. It's not a great MMO but it's an amazing single player experience. Investigation missions are basically adventure (mini)games.