Can anyone explain the barrel meme to me?
> no crack after a week
Why is this allowed?
1 - Going back to Horror with moments of tension, and mix it evenly with action (Like in RE4... but with more horror)
2 - It has to be a REAL survival, with shortage of bullets and items. You have to carefully manage your arsenal
3 - Exploration... No more linear games. Give me a big map where I can walk looking for keys, treasures, money, new weapons, secrets... Like a 3D Metroidvania. (Well... Like the old Resident Evils)
4 - Puzzles. We want the puzzles back. But real puzzles that make you think for long minutes. Not basic shit.
5 - Plot. It's...
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it's pretty mediocre. what was valve thinking
Just finished paying off my preorder and I would like to talk aboot the game. Any hopes, speculations, or thoughts?
Do you play Gran Strategy Games? If not,why do you own a PC for gaming?
What does /v/ think of Siege?
>inb4 Ubisoft trash
It could be better. But there's nothing else quite like it around at the moment so i'm having fun with it.
That player update rate is hilariously low though.
>run behind wall
>die 2 seconds later
SMBX 2.0 confirmed!
There are a lot of new features and CHARACTERS confirmed.
That's /v/, you have the same threads weekly/monthly and they play it off like it's brand new shit.
Crackdown 3 will be the best Open World game to date
>100% destructible environment
I wonder how will this game handle the mission's structure. Judging by the last games in relation to destruction the entire map would be levelled in about 3 hours.
Are they going to keep magically rebuilding the city every second?
Proof that EA is so butthurt about Valve taking a 30% cut on every purchase that they will forever keep their games off of steam.
But what's weird is that you can buy Battlefront from Uplay or the Uplay store and then have to download Origin. How much of a cut would ubisoft make?
i read an article that they said 'hardcore gamers might find the game lacking in content' because 'they decided to market the game to the widest audience' and things like 'so a son could sit on the couch with his dad and play the game'
smells like BS. regardless of that, does that mean its OK for casuals to buy a game with a quarter of the content for twice the price?
Actually isn't it a good thing that we don't have EA stuff polluting Steam? Seriously name a good fucking EA recent EA game. I honestly can't think of any. Then again there's questionable reasons as to why certain indie game get approved so whatever.
I kinda liked the idea of the Main Character not being the guy the story is centered around, he is more of a support, any more games like that?
AFAIK, the term is "viewpoint character".
Also, why'd they have to make him so blatantly gay? Dude's letting off hundred-foot flames, for fucks sakes. I'm surprised he doesn't sneeze glitter.
Is there a vidya character that would have any chance of defeating him? Or is he simply unstoppable?
*teleports behind you*
*feeds you a burger*
*slits your throat with a french fry*
*dips it in your blood and eats it*
Characters that trigger /v/