In anticipation for xcom 2 - are there any games with similar 'feel' to them when it comes to companions/squadmates/soldiers?
By feel I mean games where they have some sort of individuality to them, you kinda attach to them and they can die fairly easy? It doesn't have to be game similar to xcom, though it would be appreciated.
Other games with this kind of feel I've already played:
>State of Decay
Forgot to mention
>no weeb games
though I played Fire Emblem on DS, I liked it.
looks interesting. It isn't some sort of visual novel with RPG elements? I've got caught on those one too many times.
>you bought a PS4
Please recommend some space games that take place in the void of space; I can't run Elite Dangerous.
Is Elite: Dangerous any good?
The whole 1:1 to the actual galaxy is cool and all, but in the end it reminds me of like RuneScape: immersive, but ultimately just grinding, with very little variability on gameplay.
Well that fucking sucked
All you backer plebs have it wrong.
>don't back the game
>turns out good = Enjoy game
>turns out to be another disappointed bloated mess of empty promises (likely) = Enjoy the damage control
Was she autistic?
Why the fuck does being scarred means you're a cripple? It's not nearly on the same level as losing your arms or something. It's like saying that Volgin is a cripple. I don't get it.
Riddle me this fuckers
if Tarkus is such a badass how did he get fucking bodied by those dropout KKK members and some wooden beams
was tarkus such a pussy he instantly went hollow after taking a little drop?
besides, if he could take on a fucking iron golem a little fall shouldnt kill him, stick his hands into the wall or some shit to slow himself down or just take the fall
Clearly, tarkus is just some kind of fake
>Times when vidya went too far
You are stuck in a corner when this chick comes up and slaps your ass.
What do you do?
> check out Twitch Plays Pokemon to see if they're still gambling on Pokemon Stadium
> they are playing a new game
Why were the 90's the golden era for JRPGs? Why has no jrpg made after then come close to the glory and splendour of the 90's era JRPGs?
Here's a video explaining exactly why
Because you were a naive child in the 90's
Some people consider the 80's the best era for JRPG's, what with games like Wizardy and Dragon Quest
There is also the new generation who will consider the 2000's and the advent of the AJRPG to be their "golden era"
>anyone heard about this new Dwarf Fortress game? Here's my magma chamber
>How do I save curly guys?
>What are you trading in EVE?
>post ss13 screens
>>he doesn't praise saint jiub every day before bed
>Join my quake server, rails only.
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>Isabelle Nendo is up for re-release pre-order
Fuck yes finally.
Do you own any video game figures /v/?