if you can make the game better, how would you?
Which in game hub is the dullest and why is it Dunwall?
Isn't that kind of the point for Dunwall? The city is in a state of disarray over the instabilities in government, the rich live the life while the poor are ignored. Its economy is failing due to the dependence on the whale oil industry and the city is plagued. What's there to be happy about?
Not even close, anon - Dunwall oozes atmosphere. Whenever I play it, I feel an almost trippy sense of synesthesia where I can feel London smog seeping into the pores of my skin and I taste tea and chips on my tongue.
Pic related is a example of an ACTUALLY shit hubworld
When is /v/ going to admit that this is the best game of the decade?
Adventure games never had a lot of gameplay.
What are some nice calming games? Somewhat melancholy yet enjoyable to play once in a blue moon when you're in the mood for some meditative environment and relaxed atmosphere.
The Talos Principle
The Banner Saga
Tom Clancey's GRAW2 on Xbox 360. It's old and kind of outdated gameplay-wise, but holy shit it has the best sound design I've ever played in a game. You can boot up a terrorist hunt with a few terrorists, and stalk them around the map for hours. There's a lot of wind in some levels that coincides with the flora/trees moving, and there's things like birds chirping and water running. Not the best graphics but it's pretty relaxing to me.
Also costume quest
so now that the dust has settled, can it be agreed upon that this was in fact the GOTY?
>He actually bought an Xbox
Do you feel like an idiot yet?
>The Elder Scrolls VI: Hammerfell
>The world levels around the player more, as it's not fair or fun to meet an enemy with more health or better gear than the player.
>Magic schools have been reduced as we really only need two schools, Good and Bad (damage & healing).
>In previous games it was hard to remember the NPCs because there was soo many of them in the towns/cities. To fix this towns are now smaller...
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Sounds fun, non leveling enemies were stupid idea anyways.
>1 hp left
Am I doing something wrong here?
First Salamence, now I have to fight 3 other dungeoneers who do 80 damage when I'm level 18 and have max hp of 65.
Your story based characters seem to level slowly, especially since all of the normal dungeon mons are roughly your level but the missions are easy until the special ones which are 30~40 levels higher than you it seems.
Also, do higher levels have some sort of cooldown for usage?
Any general advise/tips?
Confess your vidya sins here /v/. I know you have them.
I prefer playing shooters with a controller. The feeling of squeezing a trigger and feeling the rumble when you fire a gun is vastly superior to just pointing and clicking with a mouse.
What's the last game you bought on Steam and refunded a few minutes later?
I just don't buy games I do not intend to play
The XBONE is finished.
I am looking for an obscure PS2 game from Atlus, i can't remember its name but it was fun, it's something about a sword
/v/, what would you say about somebody, whose list of Steam games with longest total playtime looks like this?
Just being curious.