Playing this for the first time, what am I in for?
Staring at that screen for a long time until you finally give in and use a guide.
Hint: Use the symbols on the card. They indicate the order you hit the bells in. I'll let you figure out the rest.
Should I do it?
>quest to get help/retrieve item from another NPC
>target NPC won't give you help unless you him out with another sub-quest
Name a Zelda title with a better musical score than Twilight Princess.
STOP STRETCHING MENUS IN OLD GAMES
I CAN'T SEE SHIT FUCK
STOP ALWAYS GOING FULLSCREEN
WHY NO BLACK BORDERS?
Why am I wrong if I say that Mario 3 isn't a fun game because I don't like the physics?
It's your opinion. You're not wrong; anyone that tells you otherwise is butthurt.
I myself disagree and in fact find it to be my favourite 2D Mario platformer ever (even above World), but I'm not going to argue that nostalgia is a heavy factor.
>that guy who paid the full price for fallout 4
Are video game remakes necessary?
Is repeating the same game but changing the names/locations but keeping literally everything else really necessary?
Is entertainment necessary? Is literally anything other than air, food and water necessary?
The answer is; no, it isn't. But fuck you it's enjoyable.
remember this game?
What vidya are you gonna play now while listening to the new TCR in the background tomorrow night?
Thinking I'll finish my ng++ of Rouge Legacy. Not sure but definitely something /comfy/.
He's incase you forgot https://youtu.be/pAd9GjxFeLA
Which games did GTA before GTA(3)/which were the earliest examples of that open world, vehicle-based genre?
As in, games with an open city map, story/objectives-driven, featuring vehicles that you could use in non-racing games, etc.? 2D/Isometric stuff like GTA1/2 don't count
Mizzurna Falls and Driver 2 are the two earliest games I can think of?
Nomad Soul and Headunter for underrated, early attempts
Looks like SonyPonies lost their only game...
What went wrong?
/v/ used to love pokemon and look at /vp/ now, it's fucking dead
/v/ still likes Pokemon. But because /vp/ exists, its not talked about much. The few Pokemon threads we do see hit 500 replies easy. But I;m glad we're not getting 20 Pokemon threads a day. There's a reason they made /vp/.
This is pretty accurate.
inb4 the anti zelda hipsters say that it's overrated.