What's the scariest thing you've ever seen in a video game?
When I was little my mom let me rent a m rated game. I think it was survival horror, its been so long I'm not sure. All I remember was running down through this trench or chasm and a lightning bolt illuminated this giant skeletal monster that chased. Pissed myself., grabbed the game and returned it after changing pants
I can't point at any specific enemy, but the most scared a video game has made me is in Penumbra Overture
at the end where you walk in to the hallway and see somebody at the end, only for all of the lights to go out
Who has faced the most dangerous enemies/bosses?
>Souls games will come to an end in your life time
The first Dark Souls MC.
This tbqh family. The Four Kings and Manus are some shit, ya feel me? The Chosen Undead had a hard life.
I would say it goes Chosen Undead > The Hunter > The Slayer of Demons > Bearer of the Curse
Last thread hit bump limit, but I'm guessing a lot of you still haven't heard:
60FPS PC FOOTAGE RELEASED TODAY!!! GET THE FUCK IN HERE!
>fighting two ice dragon wizards at once
That was just stupid. And then Death showed up right after I killed one dragon
Are you kidding me? I have to watch this gay shit?
The game is just ok. Why do people keep saying it's GOAT 10/10???
there happens a bunch of crazy shit if you can sit through all the boring shit. I got through the first batch of good content but I couldn't be bothered with getting the second because the regular gameplay is too boring, especially the
second time around
>your character has a backstory, a wife, son, and a predetermined intro sequence
How am I supposed to roleplay in this game again? Not even being cynical. Literally how am I supposed to get into the mindset of a character who has already been set from the start?
Even when comparing Fallout to Fallout 3, you can see that Bethesda always managed to dumb down the roleplay/atmosphere/immersion aspects of the game. It's no wonder this trend would continue into Fallout 4, I just went into the game with gameplay and exploration in mind.
>wife is a lawyer
>lets husband carry the baby
>leaves vault and is a trained killer with no real reaction to doing so
>looking for a child she couldn't even be bothered to hold
>narration at the start of the game is the guy talking
this game is such a shipwreck and shows how hype culture is killing vidya
>lets husband carry the baby
What's wrong with this? In a situation where every second matters, giving the baby to the faster (and stronger) person makes sense. The baby was safer in his hands than hers, even if she would have bitched and moan like a woman to hold it - and if she did, the husband would have slapped her to knock some sense into her.
"You're all diamonds"
Imagine Hayter trying to deliver that line
Let's not fly to NoA. It's a silly place.
>Metal face best Mechon
Kinda refreshing to see a villain with no motives other than hating your guts.
The sympathetic villain who didn't do nothing wrong is being used too frequently now
Why does /v/ dislike speedrunning so much?
It's a creative subculture that is helping keep retro games alive
What deals did you get /v/?
46 games for €101
always one of the best bits of steam sales for me, had some great times with games i got for relativly little.
Can only speak from experience, undoubtably some i've missed. Also they could do with reorganised, not just one long list.
It's Friday, get in here.
Why did this game fail? Is it because Sony has no iconic properties?
no neptune, I'd have bought 10 copies otherwise even if the game plays terrible
>none of the games in my wish list is listed
So when am I supposed to start feeling sorry for the Institute? My son keeps going on and on about "you just don't understand. People say mean things about us but it's all untrue!"
He literally just sent me to defend a synth farmer with a family after they took away the real farmer, because experiments. Literally killing innocent people benefits mankind, how? This shit's retarded. Is it ever explained? I can't tell if they're intentionally written this way or if it's just bad writing.