One of these games is a lot better than the others. Which is it?
There is an objectively correct answer to this question.
>this is one of the main Bloodborne developers
>Expecting Capcom not to kill everything its fans love with no real reason
So, he fucks her right?
Gee I wonder if a media scare had any involvement in this.
Does it still hold up?
so now that the dust has finally settled, what went wrong?
I predict the major flaw of this game will be the lack of poise. It may be good for the gameplay they seem to be going for, but at the same time it removes an entire build from the game.
I just hope the fashion is as wide as DaS2.
You're a necromancer who has to choose between raising a skeleton squad or one giant skeletons.
Which do you choose and why?
Is there any real reason to be excited for DMC4SE when MH4U has already come out? MonHun, as a series, is just so far ahead of DMC in depth and challenge that I don't see Capcom topping what they did in MH anytime soon.
>tfw carted on YKK the first time in MH4U
a veteran and carted on YKK in MHF2 for the first time aswell
I actually laughed out loud while it was happening too. I didn't respect YKK-sensei and he schooled me, once again. Thank you YKK for reminding me, to take every hunt seriously.
>It's good with mods
A bad game can be made to suit one's tastes with mod, the same goes with good games. It doesn't matter what the "artist's vision" was. There's no corrupting of their original idea, for one because most games are the products of a group of people, and two because works of art can be built off each other. There's nothing wrong with modifying something to suit your tastes. Fucking everything that's man-made is subjective.
You made a shit thread, op. If you are going to argue something like this, be a little bit more eloquent with your argument.
Thread for atmospheric games.
And fuck I loved System Shock 1&2
RISE IS THE CUTEST!
marie best girl.
Is there any use surrounding an unit unless you want a triangle attack or keep an NPC to throw itself at the enemies?
Or this makes reference to something specific from the GC/Wii Fire Emblems? I didn't play those.
The idea in the comic is that (if you haven't noticed yet) to put a ranged character you wish to level up, surround him with any suitable character (preferably higher level or higher defenses) and then let the melee that swarm your unarmed men become fodder for the ranger you're lveling.
This applies to generally every fire emblem game ever. Rangers have it hard if they don't have a melee option.
This is why Fire Emblem is boring.
Pretty much given up hope for finding the limited edition versions. So which of these two is /v/ going with?
Top 10 favorite vidya. Don't be one of those faggots who doesn't rate. Rate and be rated