>buy Nuclear Throne on Vita
>aims like shit
>game almost crashes when you kill Big Dog
>your house is now cold because of all the draft and shit
anally fuckyour character
You literally (literally) could be making some of the best Hotline Miami 2 maps of all time
Why aren't you?
Literally Reddit: The Faction
>i hope you all are disarming those nukes?
>ps4 - 249
>ps3 - 128
>one - 60
>360 - 36
>steam - 7386
anyone getting this on Early Access tomorrow?
Kickstarter/Preorder people should have their release Steam keys now in their email that you purchased with.
Unfortunately no preload option.
Supposed to unlock at 3:00AM tomorrow according to email.
I was thinking about it and then decided that I'd rather save my 40 bucks and play PR until Squad gets more content. Once it does release, make a thread or two, I'm curious as to how it plays.
So I want to buy a decent gaming PC.
What's good /v/?
I have $2,500 to spend.
Thoughts on the new UT? Seems fun to me, has the spirit of the old ones.
It's pretty good, reminds me more of UT99 than the other ones, which is just as good.
I'm still assmad that there won't be a proper Unreal 3 though, even a remake keeping the original level design would be enough.
What does /v/ think about this controller? Worth it, or not?
Lol nice controller fag, did your mom buy it for you? Stand back, I'll frag this charlie
itt best combat in vidya
>not SF or MK or tekken or alike
>not cod or bf or cs
>not arkham city or assassins creed - these are shit
so let me start with toribash and lugaru
>Go to Gamestop to buy Devils Third
>They don't have it because Nintendo only made about 12 copies
>Decide to buy Yoshi's Fuzzy Butthole because I don't want to leave empty handed
Did I do good /v/ or is listening to Yoshi grunt for 15 hours going to make me kill myself?
Mewtwo is the best pokemon man.
>See this on Steam
>Remember about it
>Try it again
>Having a lot of fucking fun
Holy shit why aren't you downloading this game? Clanners need not to apply.
After 70+ hours I learned about the cover system in Fallout 4.
Have you ever overlooked an "important" game mechanic /v/?
>play x game for 30 hours
>find out there is a sprint button
>play x game for 40 hours
>find out there is a tripod mount action when prone
>play x game for 100 hours
>find out there is a auto-lock on feature
fuck everyone of them.
Would you buy a wii u if they made a Melee HD? Be honest.