Since 2015 is coming close to the end, what is your top 5 games of this year, /v/?
3. Fallout 4
4. Rivals Of Aether
5. Mario Maker
Just a quick poll to see where /v/ stands in vidya.
There is no inbetween.
I haven't played this in months, I think I quit roughly before arbalest was added.
I had heart the game had gotten too casualized and became worse, is it true? Is it still worth playing?
>I had heart the game had gotten too casualized
no, they made the game harder by introducing heart attacks, corpse bodies, preventing one-enemy-left abuse, etc which turned a lot of players off. pretty much the opposite of what you're trying to describe
there's about 2 hours more of content for this game now than there was when it was first released as early access. the new classes are fun to mess with for about 30 minutes.
Less than 2 months away.
Who else is excited?
I haven't played a Digimon game in ages, and this looks great.
Not to mention it doesn't have the shitty death mechanic of re:digitize.
I'm more excited than I should be, but that has a lot to do with the fact that I haven't really touched Digimon in years so it feels nice to look forward to it.
I like how they give the older mons better new forms.
Hey /v/, so it's currently finals, had my first exam a couple days ago and my next ones not for a while so i got some time to kill before I go home for the holidays. I got my PC in my dorm and have just been playing online shooters, but I feel like playing something comfy I can play with a controller from my bed while I get high as fuck. Any recommendations? I'm not usually into turn-based but I'm willing to make an exception here. Also nice graphics is a plus but not required.
Is Mass Effect 3 worth playing? I played 1 and 2 but I cancelled my preorder for 3 when the word came out that they soiled the ending. Is it at least worth pirating?
If you've got nothing better to play then go for it.
/v/ likes to pretend everything about it was a travesty. The fact of the matter is that the ending is pretty much the only thing BioWare fucked up.
The game itself is still fun to play.
So I'm bored, don't feel like browsing /v/ or watching videos.
Tell me what to play.
Have some vidya ecchi.
How many of you would be interested in a real time strategy game with call backs to command and conquer, but representing a realistic approach, by offering intuitive detailed gameplay with a small learning curve though?
Something with isometric style graphics, but in a fake way essentially. Resulting in a superior graphical style than actual older isometric RTS titles
I was thinking either modern (1990-2020) or WW2
I think that's the price point I'd aim for, with a 10 or 15 dollar expansion pack or stand alone game.
I think optional expansions like company of heroes 2 and its new factions are a good way to go in terms of extra content that is worth paying for
What is the !*BEST GAME
CHARGE UP YOUR PSPS, BOYS, WE GOT A NEW RELEASE TOMORROW
anyone else here always creating the same kind of character in games, pic releated my wife she passed away 4 years ago
>not 7 seven minutes
I don't really know that much about Resident Evil lore but shouldn't he not have those powers yet? Didn't he 'die' after Resident Evil 1 and the first time it ever shows him alive again with the glowing eyes is Code: Veronica?
When will this meme end
But I like cute girls.
What is your favorite video game to play in the middle of the night, when you're all alone?
I never played any Star Wars games. Are there any good ones for the pc?
Force Unleashed 1 is really fun.
Force Unleashed 2 is okay but pretty bullshit.
Honestly if you want a game where you can just fuck people's shit up as an over powered space wizard, then Force Unleashed 1 is your best bet.