Last one 404'd
Is this a covenant leader?
Reminder that this could've been the next Kotor but ended in shit
Post god-tier freeware games
Name at least three things you like about a game that you supremely dislike.
POST FAVORITE MONSTERS AND WEAPONS
YOU KNOW THE RULES
At least you're not Anthony Burch.
>Dude, wouldn't it be awesome if Platinum made an [insert anime] game?
>Dude, wouldn't it be awesome if CD Projekt Red made a [insert novel] game?
>Dude, wouldn't it be awesome if Telltale made a [insert TV series] game?
>Dude, wouldn't it be awesome if Creative Assembly made a [insert Sci-Fi IP] game?
Why is /v/ so creative?
Why are you still playing games honey? Aren't you going to get a job soon? You're turning 27 next month. Help mommy please son. Please.. Please.
>game lets you have children
>literally label gamers as terrorists
>act surprised when they get treated as such
>first simulators, then model trains, then civil war history
Hi, we're the most broken things in our game!
>undying being good outside of year beast
Do you spend much money on video games every year /v/?
Is it normal for the hinge to move slightly, like half a centimetre, even when it's clicked into place?
>tfw Amerifats will never get the regular N3DS
TLDR: When dealing with console hardware, "technical aspects are kind of secondary."
So...you building that PC yet, anon?
Will we even gets 60fps on PC on a rig that's anything lower than NASA-tier?
It seems like they're awfully concerned not to hurt console babbies' feelings, although I'm not sure if they're just parroting the same nonsense every dev blabs when asked about this stuff, or if they've truly sold out.
I don't even use consoles but I wish I knew if that was sarcasm or not because that's probably the most retarded thing I've ever heard.
Why is Sega so unlucky? How much longer do you think they have before going out of business?
''It was not inevitable," Kalinske, now a vice chairman of edutainment company LeapFrog, said of Sega's struggles. "It could have been avoided if they had made the right decisions going back literally 20 years ago. But they seem to have made the wrong decisions for 20 years."