Originality's a myth. Everything's just a copy of something else with a few things changed, okay? Deal with it. It's all a remix, and it's all still good.
>add Fruityloops breakbeat to Beethoven's 5th Symphony
Real talk, who should take the bastion of this community once TB health gets worst?
You know that TB doesn't play games when he worries about 30 fps. Games have always been a mixed bag when it comes to fidelity. Most of us would forgive things like frame rate as long as the game itself is good or fun. What I'm saying it is nitpicking for attention. Its like those people that review movies on youtube and then complain about plot holes after they watched the movie.
Played WoW trial for couple minutes last year and never went back for whatever reason, thinking about trying it again. Is it too late to start? Is it worth playing for just the leveling experience? And do the graphics improve as you get to later zones?
Can we talk about how much this thing fucking blows? i'm using it for mirrors edge right now, and it fucking sucks. its so hard just to pan around the camera comfortably
Why don't you love me anymore, /v/?
I still like playing banjo but after 2-3 times Banjo just gets a bit of a chore considering how large the worlds in tooie are.
Nuts and bolts is actually great too if you give it a chance. Making glorious fuhrer mobiles is absolutely amazing.
Because Yooka-Laylee are much better and will do a fine job of replacing you.
When do you guys think we'll get the next big leap in graphics
Anyone with OCD here? I'm working on it now, is hard, but it can be cured.
>Before playing the game check if you have all items.
>If you miss a dialog replay the mission
>check any guide beforehand to see is there are any missable items.
And so on...
I aways use a go-to loadout jack of all trades master of none, and im pretty sure every person that finds a breakable object WILL break it just to see it break. Hell its MGR's biggest selling point i guess.
I had a really "light" kind of OCD when I was younger, like having to wash my hands multiple times, counting the books on shelves multiple times even though I know exactly how many were there and so on, but that's not a problem anymore, thankfully
That's not OCD, you're just a completionist. I wash my hands twice before and after my controller/mouse and keyboard usage. If I pause a game, I have to do it again so I do it twice. If I can obtain two of an item in a game, that's my first priority. I count the number of games I have twice every day. Everything in my life revolves around the number two. It's hell.
Do you have bad days? Good days?
When I don't hate myself and want to die I usually cozy up in bed and play emulated games on my beat up PSP.
today is not one of those days ;_;
My PSP is broken. It will randomly shut off every few minutes or so. I thought it was a problem with the battery but it seems to be something wrong with the wiring for the power switch or whatever that causes it to turn off and on by itself.
top is ultra settings
bottom is config tweaks
why do developers do this?
why do they limit how far objects and shaders can be rendered in the menu settings, when clearly they can be pushed further??
grass and shadow rendering distance with tweaks in the witcher 3 is astronomically different from the highest in-menu settings
>Most games are set in the USA
Well thats boring
What if MGSV had the same story, but instead of an open world, around..lets say... a dozen bases like Camp Omega. Some being much larger and others being very small.
Wrong. Camp Omega had some of the best guard placement and security as up in Metal Gear history.
I would think the gameplay would indeed be better that way OP. Except I personally would lik it if there was some explorable world space puts is of the bases. Like if I went outside of the base i could find a nice little nook on a hilltop a snipe from their or entering a small cave to find a secret weapon or a secret entrance.
This deal's getting worse all the time!
Are you mad anon ;^)
I bought it and cant fucking wait
Maan, does she hate Barret
If you had actually played the game you'd know this didn't happen
How do I play this game? I want to play it on PC but with the PSX' soundtrack.
How do I transform the PC version into an exact copy of the PSX?
>why don't you emulate
I broke my controller adapter, I need K&M games now.
I'm not enjoying it all that much /v/. I'm scared. I don't wanna forget how to have fun. I'm trying to justify it by saying it has issues, but beyond no lock on I can't really place it. It just frustrates me...
What's wrong with me /v/?
Don't even care about that. It's just...
Like I guess I just don't enjoy the dynamic of transforming into a vehicle every two seconds to get a view of all the enemies? The combos seem to merge together for me to. I was surprised to find out there's a launcher for air combos, but they're exactly the same in the air and don't extend the combo as far as I can tell so what's the point?
I dunno. I feel like I'm wrong with my thoughts but I can't just be not enjoying...
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Back in July this year Techland has announced the first expansion called Dying Light: The Following. At that time, the exact release date was not known, and it still isn’t...
Seems like the expansion is going to get rid of alot of the fun parts of the original. Vehicles getting a big priority, rural meaning less parkour areas. Empty farm fields to punish people not wanting to sit in vehicles.
Will guns finally be useful?
Got boring using the same fucking melee weapon for a majority of the game, only to finally, after a few hours, scavenge enough ammo to effectively use that Rifle you found in that insane, hard to get to area, only to find out the Rifle is fucking useless. And that by the time you get to the second map, you'll already be one shotting those night time zombies with a fucking wrench. And Swords are dropping like flies