I've been feeling great today after my conversion, /v/.
Tell me what games you've been playing lately.
>not keeping both
>not putting your PS4 in rest mode when Bloodborne is giving you trouble and playing Super Mario Maker on your gamepad
What makes one a "meme" game?
What's her name /v/?
Yeah i know it's weird but fuck, i can play this game ANYTIME and just ENJOY a game about an angry father fucking everything up.
Keep it mostly vidya
Painted version never
Release date never
Yes, I've been waiting to show off my most recent purchase.
Why the modern day templars still on the mustache twirling villain tier?
Because the Crusades are still portrayed as an aggression and an effort to retake conquered Christian lands, rather than a reaction to several hundred years of continuous harrassment, push and warfare from Islam that has destroyed much of the classical world.
Whoops, I added the retaking bit to the wrong part of the sentence. I need sleep. Obviously the crusades are seen as a conquest, rather than re-taking conquered land and responding to Islamic aggression.
Who's the jewiest publisher in all of vidya?
Why do we love MGS so much, /v/?
Years from now this game will be considerd a cult classic like xenoblade chronicles. It may not sell well nor be the game smt and fe fans wanted but it will still be a good game in its own right.
I see this game falling into threads for "Oh right, that happened." games like Metroid Prime Pinball and pic related.
Where are the Street Fighter IV characters?
Abel and C. Viper should be staples. At least Alex is coming as DLC (someone who should also be a staple.)
I feel bad for people who lose their fighting mains when sequels come out. It hasn't happened to me yet and I'm actually surprised that Axl-Low returned when about half of the Guilty Gear cast got cut out with the move to Xrd. "I" like Axl, he's the only charge character in fighting games that I'm good at playing and I can't play Guile/Bison for shit, but I was always under the assumption that he wasn't a popular character.
I ended up learning Chun Li since along with Ryu (who everybody knows how to use to a certain extent anyway) they're the 2 most consistent characters in SF and Capcom crossover games.
Shame about those dumb shorts though.
>this actually existed
It was just a bunch of fetch quests and played voice clips from the show. The character creation talked about combat abilities but as far as I know combat was never implemented.
Id say yes
like how many years later would that be not only from the original release, the rerelease and the pc release?
So /v/, now that I'm older (27), I'm turning into a bit of a casual. I played Madden the other day and it was fun, I don't play many "hardcore games" (either difficult or take many hours) such as the Witcher, Wonderful 101, Dark Souls, etc. but Dragon's Dogma for PC interests me. I like Skyrim, though I wish the combat had more complexity to it. Is Dragons Dogma just a more hardcore skyrim?
I know this board is usually a cesspool when it comes to talking about opinions and styles that differ from the typical /v/ person, but does it sound...
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>"hardcore games" such as the Witcher
Dragon's Dogma is too much for you.
>Not even 1 hour in
>OMG MARIO MAKER IS THE EBST GAME EVER FUCK THE REST MARIO MAKER LETS TALK MORE ABOUT IT!!!
Jeff has always kind of been a Nintendrone, it isn't terribly shocking he'd think a badly put together build your own game game with limited options and poor online support was the GOTY as long as Nintendo shat it out. I mean, Nintendo put the game out solely because they didn't want to be caught without anything for the WiiU this winter, knowing full well Zelda and most likely weren't coming out.
>if you skip the credits you skip the secret ending
>Credits never play unless you pick credits on the menu screen
So I heard XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a remake of the original one from the 90s.
Is it worth playing this and the original? Or should I just play one?
Both are worth playing but be warned that they're both played differently compared to each other
Also get Enemy within as it updates the base game and includes the options to gene mod your troops or turn them into spess mehreen dreadnoughts. The long war mod also exists to add new layers of complexity (and artificial difficulty) to the game
You should play both but the original will always be better than EU even with the xpac and mods.
The new one looks like it'll bring something new to the table and fit the remake model better. The remake was lacking in a lot of ways but still very enjoyable.