So, /v/. I've never played a Legend of Zelda game, but I've heard so much about the series I thought I might give it a go.
So, where do I start? I know there's something about diverging timelines, and some are stand-alones or something. Is emulation the best/easiest way to play them nowadays?
I'd appreciate the help, /v/.
>ITS REYN TIME
>IM REALLY FEELING IT
>ARE YOU ALLRIGHT
HOLY FUCK! Do the fuckers never shut the fuck up in combat? Who the fuck thought that this shitty Shonen tier attack announcing was okay?
Why do you even play competitive mode? Do you aim to be the best? Do you really think you have what it takes to be the top 0.1%? If you arent the best, what's the fucking point of even trying? Competitive mode is a waste of time. You're just stepping stones for people who are faster, smarter and more skilled than you. Seriously what's the point? you win 51% of games? Cool. There's people out there who win 90%. You're small time.
Here's my advice. Give up. it's not fun, there is no "point" go play a non competitive mode and...
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Why is she so adorable?
Post your favorite GTA game and where you live (especially east coast-west coast)
I need to prove a theory.
Your life would be objectively better if you never discovered vidya. How does that make you feel?
Would it? I learned english and made lots of friends thanks to vidya.
Would I really have dedicated my time to a more productive thing if I never discovered them? For all I know, I am still alive, who can tell what would have happened if something slightly different happened? Maybe I would have died in a car crash. Maybe not.
Surely, I regret the time spend shitposting on the Internet more than the time spent on vidya.
Yeah fuck Overwatch i just finished a game of Competitive with my promos, I won the game but i was given a defeat because the game crashed on me when the 2nd round begun and i rejoined the game. Time to uninstall this piece of garbage.
Of all the things Kefka Palazzo hates, he hates _____ the most.
after a 100 fucking tries
>non-idorts will never know the pain of fighting Orphan of Kos
sale is almost over
trade your ancient shit it just getting cheaper with time
post [H]s and [W]s
I don't get it. Why the heck is no one talking about Paladins: Champions of the Realm?
I just beat Fallout 1 for the first time without using any help/guides/mods or anything, what an amazing experience.
About to start Fallout 2. Is it as good? Are there any improvements? Things I should look out for or know in advance? Is a speech+small guns playthrough still viable?
Also, are there any other CRPGs like Fallout where it's not some generic fantasy setting, but instead a more unique setting (post apocalyptic, space, modern times)?
>The new Pikachu clone has supposedly been leaked.
>It appears to be an electric hedgehog.
Guys, Sonichu might be about to become an official Pokémon.
In retrospect, this game was kinda shit.
Woah buddy, that kinda talk gets you banned on neo-/v/. You better start praising Naughty Dog and their absolutely perfect cinematic experiences before this turns into a 300 reply thread mocking you for your absolutely terrible taste in video games.
It wasn't so much shit moreso just incredibly generic cinematic game.
I feel the same way about most really popular games this gen/last gen. They're not really bad, per se, but they are really boring.