Hey, /v/ quick question: I have a desire to play one of the force unleashed games. I don't care about the story, I just want to run around for a few hours using cool force powers. So which one would be better, the first or the second?
What's the verdict on it, /v/?
>tfw you get 4 free plays but dont want anything from the shop
i really wish you could store free plays or something
What are the best nature simulators besides modded Skyrim?
If you haven't played and beaten at least 20 games in 2015 (2 indies = 1 game), then you need to turn in your gamer cred and go back to reddit.
>there are people that still, after over 15 years, refuse to acknowledge how digimon is superior to pokemon in literally every way despite knowing it
We've all seen death battle, the information is public now.
There's no need to lie to yourselves anymore.
>boring open world with nothing in it
>not even really an open world
>extremely repetitive gameplay
>story is shit and has zero focus
>filled with boring filler content to make the game seem bigger than it actually is
>main character is some edgy autist
>fans defend it like it's god's gift to video games
Why is MGSV such a disappointment?
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wow, i'm impressed, it's like i'm playing a real rpg, not some real time thing,not open world shit,not extremely weeb like those dumb tales game, just turn based goodness with charming characters and beatiful location
is it really that bad? i avoided the game for so long because i heard everyone talking about THE DREADED CHAPTER 5
i'm not sure what the game could do to make me pull off a complete 180 on it
Personally I feel conflicted about it. I found it was worth playing through it all though. I liked getting to know more about all the boss characters I'd fought before.
Real neat experience.
I need serious responses, /v/. Realistically, how long would it take to make a 2d game? I haven't decided the genre officially, but it's leaning towards
What's the best way to start?
I'm an idea's guy,but I want to learn how to do everything alone or just get a friend to help me with the soundtrack.
How are you Anons making games? Did you have any computer experience before? If so, where did you start?
Thanks in advance.
depends on what kind of game
if you're making an adventure rpg with numerous characters, maps, skill trees, and interesting mechanics, it could take years.
if you're a faggot who makes flashgame-tier trash, then just several months
What does /v/ think of this game?
What game has scared you the most?
ITT: You know a game will be bad when:
>It tells you how to sprint 20 minutes into the first level as if you weren't sprinting the whole time.
>game tells you how to jump at a part that you had to jump to get to
>talk to an NPC
>he tells me how to talk to NPCs
Holy shit this game was so good
>Great story line
>good voice acting
Why did you tell me this game was shit /v/ ? I would have picked up earlier
What gayman chair do you use, /v/?
Do you think you'll be a hunchback in 10 years because of it?
Are there any games where a young girl gets forced into prostitution by a fairy loanshark to pay back her father's copious debts?
I want to pay 30% of market price for Recette's virginity to impregnate her and not take responsibility in order to make her a single teen mother who also has to run an item shop to pay back debts that aren't hers!
Find a merit