>game has a certain mechanic
>if you use it you're seen as a cheeser/cheater in front of the games' fanbase
Uh yeah. Developers allow the option of cheese strats so that casuals will keep playing the game instead of throwing it out of frustration. It's a way for developers to hit all the markets.
What falls under the realm of mature games? Not necessarily games rated M, but rather games that have some level of maturity featured in the craft?
Does it stand a chance launching a few years into current generation? Will it outsell the Wii U within a year?
Don't blame them, blame the localization teams.
If tits are really that important, just learn Japanese, senpai.
3x3 thread. I will be rating your shit taste so rate my shit taste first.
>talks about a game he didnt played
>makes an awfully surface analysis
>makes stupid jokes
well he is truly the worst one
ITT: video game characters who are literally you
Why are nips openly content with the destruction of traditional handheld gaming?
Because they have *really* shitty taste. They don't have hardcore gaming at all; their nerds focus on shitty VNs and the like. So they need to rely on normalfags for their core purchases; hence, when normalfags decide to act like normalfags and shift onto mobile, nobody but the handheld companies give a shit.
Yeah why can't they make handhelds like the west.
Name a single currently relevant Western handheld dedicated video games device.
No, the Nvidia Shield doesn't count.
Now get on a train and find a single person NOT staring at their phone in your country of choice.
I would blame Japan no more or less than anywhere else.
Explain the appeal of turn based RPGs to me.
Last one I played was Lost Odyssey. Took me an entire year to beat the game.
Not because it was hard mind you. It took me a year because it was the most boring game I've ever played. Couldn't play a lot of it at a time. Would make me feel dirty for wasting my time but I feel the need to beat every game I buy.
Never touched another turn based RPG since.
Red Orchestra vs. Verdun
I have to choose one..
Red Orchestra 2 is better. 6$ cheaper / more popular / polished / WW2 > WW1 etc
Red orchestra 2 obv
Verdun is crap but has better gfx
>press options on the title screen
>literally wont proceed till that exact button is pressed
>immediately notice the UI isnt formated for overscan
>have to put it on 1:1 just to barely see the B in bioware on the lower left
>go to options screen
>pressing D pad to navigate like a normal person
>have to use the sticks
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>you can complete a quest by having a one night stand with a french lady
>game ends with a companion cutting off your own arm then leaving you to die after announcing he's going to kill everyone Hitler style
this game was fucking great
with the expansion packs i probably got a sum of like 400 hours on it
What low-end local 4-player computer games would you recommend for a party other than Rayman Legends?
>First stage is a forest/grass field
I see this posted all the time, and now I kinda wanna try it. Im just curious if anyone here has actually played Drake & Josh Toilet Showdown. How is it?
The driving segments are awful, it's pretty much impossible to outrun the Police.