why does /v/ hates quiet
>saved big boss' life
>did not speak to prevent the virus from spreading
>sacrificed herself to save big boss
>Hi I'm Jay and I'm Mike will never tell you that Fallout 4 and MGSV suck balls in their new video game review show
>Mr. Plinkett will never demolish the Legend of Korra
instead we get jack and rich. I love rich, by holy shit does he have some bad taste.
Also, I don't think a Mike and Jay tier team of vidya reviewers would tear MGSV and Fallout 4 a new one. M&J are like a less autistic, shitposter free, personification of /tv/, so naturally a vidya counterpart would probably talk about the positives aspects of those games aswell as the negatives. Eg; MGSV is unfinished, but the gameplay is still good.
Tbh I think the closest critic we have to Mike is probably Yahtzee.
What's the worst DLC you've ever played?
So when did the whole "Platinum games are good" meme get started?
I know reddit started it since they know they should say that Bayonetta and The Wonderful 101 are supposed to be the best thing ever, but those games aren't Platinum games, but Kamiya games.
Platinum is a mediocre at best and they try to replicate Kamiya's genius, but fail massively. But good goys still get tricked into buying shitty Avatar and Transformers games
>he's a Galapagosian lolita complexed chicken
Do you ever get the urge to play Skyrim again even though you know it's a shallow game?
Not really... It is one of the most boring games I have ever played. I don't even understand how the fuck I have 40 hours clocked on Steam... At least it helps to know that at least 12 hours were just autism card farming with SAM and 10 more were me trying to get into the game, installing and uninstalling an hour later.
How possible is it for Pascal to hit the shelves in early 2016 with a budget card being released near the end of the year, similar in price to 960 or 950? Or is it completely impossible and I should just buy 950 (or 960 once its price drops a bit)?
Maybe I should just wait for the American economy to collapse and China's to take over so that I can buy the card for threefiddy?
Come on, guys, I don't want to spend cash on card just to have it rendered completely irrelevant by a new technology that I could've bought had I waited for a few months.
What does /v/ think of Spoony?
He used to be great back in 2007-2010, his Alone in the Dark and Thing reviews were excellent.
Now all he does is shitty wrestling PPV reviews and videos of him and his girlfriend reviewing obscure food and movies.
I got $20 free for steam.
What should I get?
Also general wishlist discussion thread I guess.
>Haunt the House: Terrortown $5
>Fallout 1/2/Tactics $20 (for all three $10 individually)
>Game Dev Tycoon $10
>Mark of the Ninja $15
>The Escapists $18 (I think there is some cheap dlc for like a dollar or two)
>Sunless Sea $19
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But I don't wanna play CSGO.
I don't even have it.
My wishlist isn't in any order, but I'm probably most interested in that and Haunt the House.
It's still early access... are the devs decent?
Steam is literally worse than Origin in everyway
Comfy places in vidya.
What is the Bloodborne of PC? What's that one PC exclusive that would make someone want to build one just to play it?
It's certainly not Undertale because that can be played on 2001 COMPAQ PCz
>started playing Witcher 3 in polish with english subtitles
>suddenly it's actually good and not cringy anymore
holy fuck, you guys should try it. the polish voice acting is honestly leagues and leagues better.
Can someone tell some details about this EverQuest P1999 server? I heard this game is hardcore and risky?
Is there any full loot PVP ? Is it grindy?
Very grindy... i lost about 30 hours of experience on my necromancer from dying.
there is a pvp server but only like 200 people play at a time compared to non pvp server where about 1,200 is standard on a weekday
what else do you want to know?
You'd have better luck in /vr/ my man. I tried and its old school so it's gonna take some getting used to and there is pvp but they can be more than 7 levels ahead of you or something like that so that discourages campers. I love the graphics and the music but it's pretty archaic so I'm gonna stick to wow private servers
I would like to play an RPG game where i can become an all powerful wizard.
Should i play Oblivion, Skyrimjob , or try and get into something older such as Morrowind? I had a lot of fun playing as a stealth archer in oblivion when i was a kiddo, i really should play through as a mage or a fighter one day
what games have the best mages?