/v/ do you still know how to use this?
So tell me /v/, what games can I go full initial D in?
>Valve thought backing VULKAN was a good idea
>Valve actually thought that investing in linux as a gaming platform was a good idea
>Shitty, turn based combat
>Tiny open world, smaller than even Spider Man 2 and GTA III
>All of the face models look hideous. The women look worse than Dreamcast characters.
Nintendo fanboys BTFO.
This was the only platform war that was actually interesting or somewhat evenly-matched
and I'm pretty sure most of you weren't even born until after it was over.
lmao yeah nice "console war" between two babies
I was too busy using a real machine to play games
>go to an expensive restaurant
>have a luxurious meal
>they give me a nice variety of dishes to choose from
>there are enough dishes to represent each food group and everyone's tastes and they're balanced well
>go to another expensive restaurant called "Smash Bros"
>my waiter is Sakurai
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>It's another food analogy
I wish Americans would stop with the food analogies.
Saw this on /v/ once and am thinking of trying it for my first gaming PC. I want something powerful that I won't need to upgrade for awhile. Ideally I want it to play pretty much anything I'm interested in maxed out.
What do you guys think of this build? Are there things you think should be changed? While I am willing to spend top dollar if needed, I also don't want to pointlessly spend money. I hear with PC building sometimes there are diminishing returns, where the highest price stuff yields hardly better results.
That's a joke build. You can build a PC stronger than a PS4 for under $400.
1080p? 980ti should be able to max out games in 1080p for a year or two.
Personally I think game developers are just optimizing games less and less. It's not like they're jumping in graphics anymore.
THE ROSTER JUST LEAKED GUYS
Is the Mother series fun. I've never been into turn based RPGs and they look fun
>Is the Mother series fun
Pretty much every aspect focuses on being fun
>I've never been into turn based RPGs and they look fun
Well, the combat system is slightly unique and your apporach is not that traditional
Atleast try them. You should start with Mother 2, then Mother 3. Mother 1 is optional in my opinion but some will say no
Vidya trap thread
Looks neat, doesn't it /v/? What should we name our character?
Your welcome, now, what profession?
What is your excuse for not maining this character?
So, I'm plannig on getting the PSX.
Which is better to take, original or PSone?
Really doesn't matter. PSone is just smaller and easier to carry.
But why not just get a PS2? It has a native backwards compatibility with PS1 games.
no, and no.
Even on PS2, you cannot save PS1 games on a PS2 card.
What does /v/ think of Digimon
To anyone that recommended me this
Thank you so much. This game is fun as fuck.
Fast and fun
I thought there was going to be arampant trolling around but not really
The game is unforgiving enough to try it solo, and feels good to be almost down and pinned to the ground and somebody reacts to your distress call and other players join your game to rescue you