>reaction time somehow increases
So in case you didn't hear or don't play Warframe, the new update has revealed a fairly big thing- Warframes are just suits, and you're a psychic child that's been controlling your suits from a coma all this time. You get to choose from a few faces and four voices, and bam. This is it. This is your character. You even get dialogue choices to decide what some of your new powers will be.
This alone isn't a terribly big deal, but what drives me up the wall is that this has been an increasing trend in videogames, by which I mean throwing away silent...
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>Warframes are just suits, and you're a psychic child that's been controlling your suits from a coma all this time
Warframes are suited Tennocyte abominations with all their faculties tied to the space jew child
that said the way the child works in game just makes it another character
YOU (as in the player) are still the Warframe the silent mutant inside the armor.
Lets have a nice Rainbow Six: Siege thread, shall we?
Who is the best operative and why is it Twitch?
>It's good because it's fun
>press any button to continue
>press power button
>pc turns off
Deemo thread. Who's getting it for Vita?
How much have you spent on Steam?
Considering my account is "worth" over 10k USD this is pretty ok.
Also I'm pretty sure these stats are fucked, I'm confident I spent 1.6k in market transactions alone.
Is this game really that bad? We all can agree that it had terrible start and got abandoned relatively quickly, but i have to say I enjoy it a lot more than Napoleon which feels such downgrade compared to Empire.
Well, it's far more clunky than Napoopan (and Fall of the Samurai for that matter) in terms of UI, combat and pretty much everything they have in common.
Longer time span, good tech tree and wider geographical scope are what it has going for it and they certainly aren't minor things, but the scope unfortunately comes at a cost of minuscule detail ("capture the entire France in one battle" kind of issue).
Is there any open world game/rpg that provides the player with a lot of choices that heavily effects the world?
I've read good things about morrowind but like it looks like absolute fucking dog shit when I try to play it on my 2560x1080 display.
ITT: times /v/ lied to you
This is trash. I can't even get a refund. I'm considering just permanently deleting it from my library because there's no chance I'll ever touch it again.
>le undetale bait thread
we need 18 of these at a time don't we?
You can now. I used it to get rid of a bunch of Telltale crap.
Go to "Games, Software", pick a game you own, and pick "I want to permanently remove this game".
Valve just killed CSGO
What should I play now?
This is Selvaria.
Which Egyptian god makes the best husbando?
Has Valve gone too far?
I say the casuals have gone too far and you can't enjoy epic lulz always posted on the internet, anymore.
Can we at least agree that this is the best vidya RPG System that should be industry standart?
Yes it has its flaws, and should be improved, yet still...