Has anybody figured out why video games don't come with manuals anymore?
To become more environmentally friendly. Same reason cases started becoming smaller and using biodegradable plastic, and even cutting out inner-plastic.
It's cheaper, too. Jews, etc
>M-Majora's Mask is totally the best Zelda guise
Good to see quality dungeons and a non-intrusive plot win out over sidequest filler and fedoracore writing
More like the most interesting, replayable and creative part of the fucking game, and the only aspect of the entire series that hasn't been rehashed a million times.
>anything even mildly different is "fedoracore" or "pretentious"
Worthless opinion, please get killed.
Project M is the best game ever. Straight up.
While 4chan was down, I did some thinking, and this is what I came up with. This Nintendo loli is incredibly hot, and she needs to be in every Nintendo all-stars type of game, such as Mario Tennis, Mario Kart, and such.
Can we please just talk about this game?
What's going to go wrong? I'm going to buy this game because unless Tim bumps the goal up, it's going to get funded, but I love the everloving fuck out of the original Psychonauts too much to see how you go wrong with a Psychonauts sequel
>What's going to go wrong?
This day and age, it's damn hard to tell how this will end up. It's been ages since the last proper, "AAA" quality 3D collectaton-platformer.
I'm cautiously optimistic. I just recently started playing the original game, after owning it for a couple of years. I guess the announcement of the sequel was the final push I needed, and good thing too; the game's awesome and fun!
Plus Lili's a total qtie + best tsundere in gaming history.
that's very mature.
Physical collections thread? I know it's much more convenient to go digital, but there's something about having an actual disk or cartridge that makes the hobby that much more enjoyable.
It's nice, but I only grab the stuff I actually want to play. Gets too pricey otherwise.
the jap versions look way better
top: US versions of MvC2 and SF3 Third Strike
Bottom: Japanese versions
>4chan goes down
>decide to try to play some games to pass the time
>Literally trying to refresh every 5 minutes waiting for it to come back
/v/ is my life fuck
What are some good games about the American Civil War, or set in the same era with the war as a setting or background?
I used to play Sid Meier's Gettysburg and that was pretty fun.
No /pol/ or shitposting please.
Is this series worth playing on Steam, bros?
I can't tell you about the Steam versions, but I've played the first two games on the Playstation and they're pretty great, so unless the PC versions have some weird issues, it should still be good.
So what games did you play during the downtime, /v/?
What is the best skyrim mod to date?
The choice is real.
So now that de_dust has settled, can we all agree this is a fun gun?
ARE WE BACK NOW??
WHAT DID I MISS?