so what do you guys think of Overwatch?
Worth the $60?
Yoshi was originally supposed to be one of Bowser's koopas who Mario tames and becomes friends with
Which ones you looking forward to, /v/?
I got a few questions /v/
Why does the game even give you rewinding powers if it just wants to you not use them in the first place so you can save your shithole town? Max still alters the timeline when you sacrifice Chloe so why would that stop the tornado if her fucking up time is the cause of it? Why was this game so retarded? Is there some deeper meaning I'm too retarded to figure out?
>tfw I've been getting the itch to get back into WoW
How do you fight the urge to make the same mistakes over an over again?
>blizzdrones will defend this
Mcree's design is literally "he's a cowboy wearing typical cowboy shit, using a typical cowboy weapon, and smoking a typical cowboy cigar".
Just because you found another cowboy doesn't mean the design was lifted. It's such a ubiquitous design you can find it anywhere, going back ages.
>you play original Metroid and Super Metroid
>you fall into hibernation for 20 years
>you wake up and see this
How do you react?
>DEX vs AG
Hey look I can bullshit too!
I'm stronger than Superman and the Hulk Combined, and I'm faster than Flash and Quicksilver combined, and smarter than Batman and Punisher combined!
Can any Videogame Character defeat Gozilla?
>Walked out of Hell
>Living Embodiment of War
>Almost beat Charles Barkley in a game of B-Ball
>>Walked out of Hell
Doomguy destroyed hell like, 3 times
>>Living Embodiment of War
This is false, and there's plenty of vidya characters who can make that claim
>>Almost beat Charles Barkley in a game of B-Ball
But he didn't, you fucking mongoloid
"This is false"
>Godzilla is said from the start to be an undead beast that is possessed by the restless souls of the people killed by the Japanese military during World War II
Sounds like it to me.
Is REmake good?
Never played it or the original before. Played RE2, Code Veronica, RE4 and I liked all of them.
Has any game gotten it right? What comes closest?
(on OP pic: Oblivion wasn't the worst in terms of the mini-game making some sense, but overwhelmingly relied on the player's, rather than the character's, 'skill', making every lock openable from the get-go - this trivialized it to the point of making the presence of lockpicking in the game useless)
What I dont understand is: why would you scratch the oblivion lockpick, yes it wasnt perfect, yes skyrims lockpicking wasnt great aswell, but WHY THE FUCK do we only have one lockpick system in the latest TES game? Why not have skyrims and oblvions lockpick system? You know, because there are more people doing lock mechanisms, right? So it would actually be a challenge when you encounter a new type of lock instead of wasting 20 lockpicks on a master lock.
If you kill him, you will become just like him
You have exactly 5 fucking seconds to pre-order Skyrim™ Remastered Collector's Edition™ or I A BLOW THIS FUCKING GRENADE AND KILL ALL OF YOU
Hello Caldera!!! I'm here all week!
Besides Phoenix Wright, can anyone else think of a game where you had to take part in some sort of legal dispute. NWN had a trial, but I'm drawing a blank on others.
Dragon's Dogma. Getting the guy an innocent verdict got him to sell you a handy cloak, and it also contributed to getting the gold idol.
Then again, since money is rarely an issue you could get him declared guilty and buy it from his now-homeless daughter.