Okay, I know people are going to shit on me for this, but does anyone know a good $300-$400 PC build that I can upgrade later?
>promotional anime swordsdragonkin
i hate smash bros
It doesn't even fucking mean anything to be in Smash Bros before.
A character being in smash bros used to mean something, they'd be constantly featured in webcomics and fanart and other stuff. If your favorite character got into smash if could change the direction of your entire game series.
In 2015 Smash don't do that. Everybody forgets who the latest DLC character is after a few months, Smash 4 is the worst selling on the worst selling console.
Honestly, a small part of me is kinda glad my character missed out because they might actually...
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banjo is gay and both of those n64 games were shit I have some solevant here you can finally get those nostalgia goggles off your face
What are some games that have you start out as an ordinary individual and effectively let you become a god by the end of them?
RPGs are preferred, but if there are other good examples I'd be glad to hear them. I should clarify that you should get to play with this power and not just have some cutscene that talks about how you are a god now. Also, vanilla games preferred unless there's some top tier mod that accomplishes this effect.
As written your criteria would exclude games like the Elder Scrolls series because the player is never just a "regular ass dude" but rather someone sponsored by fate. Do you want games in which the player character is just a regular ass dude who only becomes godlike through his own will (and you get to experience it in gameplay) or do you mean games where you start out as a person with regular ass abilities who works his way to godlike being (and you get to experience it in gameplay)?
Have you ever started playing a game because of its doujins /v/?
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Daily reminder that the best Zelda game is Okami.
Sony always wins baby
>Project M was shut down for this
Best Couch Co-Op games to play with significant other?
Wife recently said she wanted to start playing video games to share more time together. Got D3 RoS. Been playing through that. Going well. Looking for other suggestions.
>asks for couch co-op games
>doesn't say for what console
...how in the fuck are we supposed to help you? Just take a wild stab in the dark and hope you happen to have the system for the game we suggest?
I'm looking to get into the souls series, and I'm looking for advice
Do you need to play demon's souls to understand dark souls?
Which platform is best to play them on?
Are they as unforgiving and difficult as most people make them out to be, or is it just a meme?
Yes, you do need to play Demon's Souls to understand Dark Souls.
But nobody plays that shit to understand it so you're good.
No, you need to play King's Field to understand Armored Core. For real.
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>Post yfw when you didn't give a fuck about the shitty Smash direct and enjoyed the autists getting BTFO
Guys, I just wanna take your time to give a good look at this. These are the Third Party characters that are in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS.
What are your honest thoughts?
Are you okay with this?
Who deserves more and who deserves less?
The only one who really feels out of place is Cloud, but that feeling may fade once I get to play him a bit.
I think a Dragon Quest hero or character would've fit much better, thematically-speaking. Erdrick or Rocket Slime, for example, would've worked great.
who /asspained zeldafag/ here
At least you guys have Hyrule Warriors and Pokefags have Pokken Tournament for fanservice. What does DK have?
Mario and Fire Emblem have Smash 4. Don't even get started with the Kid Icarus overrepresentation when we have the fucking Super "13 STAGES" Mario series.