Can we have a SWAT thread?
>I'm a prefoessional gamer
Favorite Sonic game?
Going to go with S3&K I think I played it the most when I was younger. I also liked Sonic Adventure 1 quite a bit but I haven't played it in about 15 years so I would probably think its shit now.
Art of Fighting 2
King of the Monsters
Fatal Fury Special
Metal Slug 2
Samurai Shodown 2
Baseball Stars 2
Beat the Average:
Metal Slug (Steam)
Metal Slug 3 (Steam)
Shock Troopers (!!)
Neo Turf Masters
KOF 98UM (Steam)
Twinkle Star Sprites
$10 or more:
Shock Troopers 2nd Squad
Samurai Showdown V Special (!!!)
Garou Mark of the Wolves (!!!!!)
Metal Slug X (Steam)
Where were you? Some of these are new releases to PC.
So for your eyes only.
I just bought a Pii u. What games are worth checking out? keep in mind I already own mario kart 8.
Imagine that Left 4 Dead 3 is released in 2016.
How does Valve handle it?
Do they try to make it e-sport? Do they add skins to guns or any other market items like cases and keys to hype up market? What can be improved in series?
I want to hear your opinions, also feel free to say what you wish to see in Left 4 Dead 3.
It'll probably have a big focus on the versus mode, making it a competitive game. With all kinds of microtransactions for cosmetics.
Also it will be updated with new content once or twice a year if at all, like Dota 2.
Valve looks at what makes the walking dead so successful, try to flesh out the characters and story more this time around while making the core game set in 4 player co op somehow .idk how they'll do it but that's my theory
Such foolishness. I am the original hero. You never had any chance of defeating me.
What mobile games does /v/ play? I'm looking for something to play on my Android.
So far, I've got pixel dungeon and battle cats, not counting my emulators.
This is what Undertale fans actually believe.
So my boss got ran over by a car a few days ago and that got me thinking:
What's the difference between Action RPGs and Hack'n'Slashers?
Both focus on heavily on numbers, equipment, special attributes, elemental influences, etc.
And both have you running around attacking enemies and using spells.
>refuse to release a game in the west
>get praised by your fans
Can someone explain this meme to me?
1 - Console have GCN AMD GPUs
2 - FreeSync now supports HDMI
Only thing left are TVs with FreeSync
FreeSync for consoles will come eventually
Are there any other video games that teach you an actual skill that you can use outside of the game like Rocksmith?
I don't want to get angry and sound elitist or w/e but fucking Rocksmith is stupid.
If learning an instrument is so boring that you need some shitty game to teach you and play along to then don't play an instrument.
All you need to do is learn how to read tabs for guitar which take 1 minute then start learning songs.
I already knew how to play guitar when i bought rocksmith and i think the game is great. It helps me learn new songs much quicker and the jam session is great with how you can pick your band and they will play and change chords as you solo.
Also all those custom tracks that the community puts out make this game last for a really long time. Playing guitar alone in my room with some tabs was getting boring but rocksmith made it fun again for me.
So this is a thing