Post trilogies where each game was significantly better than the last.
I really can't think of any except The Witcher.
Megaman could count, if you stop counting at 3.
>witcher 2 was significantly better than witcher 1
play the games retard
>MGO just announced for PC
beta's out tomorrow
you can see all the buzz it's created
Macfag here, I feel like only 20% of games on Steam are even available on my OS.
What do I do?
> The company accidentally (?) posted a developer message to a public Steam page (grabbed by SteamDB), and it claims that Valve’s decision to opt for constant discount prices for all games during the recent Winter sale (rather than swapping the discounted games each day) was a success.
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What characters DON'T you want in Street Fighter 5?
I've never played a From Software game but I want to start because they look fuggin dank. should I start with Bloodborne or Dark Souls 2?
You really should start with Dark Souls 1 just so you get an idea of how DaS2 and BB diverge from one another.
We tech demo now.
>Who am i and how can you trust me?
>I can't say anything about that.
GMG part 3!
GMG mystery bundle / give away crap keys thread
Who lucky here?
So we didn't hear anything in 2015, but will 2016 be the year that we get news of a third Chrono game in development?
I mean, surely they've had to have thought about it a little bit. Square's 2015 E3 hype video even had Frog's theme and Chrono Trigger sound effects playing in the background. WHY would they do that if the Chrono games weren't on their radar?
Is it safe to dream yet?
Lucky has said preorders are well above expectations and they've sold out. There's interest from all kinds of companies. HTC ,Razer , Samsung, Totem, Sony all making their own headsets and the market is sure to expand. Dreamworks like looking at VR films .PS4VR has said they aim to get 100 vr titles before the end of 2016 and Lucky has estimate 100 oculus titles by end of year
People are willing to pay for vr
I imagine in the future their will be movie theaters with head sets and movies shot where you are in the middle of the action and able to look around for different perspectives.
3d animation of course will pioneer this technology and then most big budget block busters will be filmed in this way.
This is a fucking cleric beast.
>half of the areas in Bloodborne were as linear as Dark Souls 2's areas, except Bb had elevators which connected the beginning, middle and end of the level, which was not in any way on par with Dark Souls 1's intertwining paths and shorcuts.
>pvp is not as good as Dark Souls 2's
>there were pvp hotspots
>could invade people who didn't have summons with them
>could host fightclubs
>everyone complains about soul memory, but it would pair everyone with 8 million souls+ together, so besides level 732 autists everone is ready for some honorable balanced pvp
>pvp dead in Bloodborne
>all armor set are either: a coat, a mess of plumes, or a tuxedo with a cape
>enemies don't drop any kind of armor since enemy variety is minimal to the point where you see first level enemies all the way through to the last areas
>bosses don't drop any type of "boss soul" so most of the time you get no lore for them
>no wrapping between lanterns
> have to return to Hunter's Dream everytime
>can't rest at lanter to respawn enemies, have to die or go back to Hunter's dream again
>Mechanics like kindling bonfires completely gone
>Blood Vials don't refill evetrime you rest at a lantern, despite only being able to carry 20 (or a little bit more with some runes) at a time. You have to buy/farm them, so you can't endesly try to fight a boss without having tobgo get more vials every few attempts, which could have been fixed very easily by just always hiving you 20 vials or pess everytine you respawn
>NCP's more forgettable than the ones in Dark Soul 2
>game is supoosed to cebter around the health recovery mechanic but most bosses 1-2 shot you to death
I wanted to like Bloodborne, I really did.
>aliens come to earth
>they want to help us and make things better for us
>probably cured AIDS, Cancer, and Obesity
>"durr lets kill them all!!!!!"
Why is this allowed?
This is a Smash Bros. character
>It seems dumb to stop making DLC for smash.
There is already way too much. If you buy the game for 50 bucks and then you have to pay roughly 40 dollars for the rest of the roster that can be frustrating. But who am I kidding that's pretty common these days
I'm really glad Bayonetta was the last one though
Did anybody else really dislike Witcher 3 ending?
To me, it was almost Mass Effect 3 tier bad.
Like, the whole story wasn't about Geralt anymore, but about the Mary Sue Ciri, the main villain of the whole series says like 5 sentences in the third game and then suddenly the white frost is the new main villain, although we couldn't care less about and and dont even know what it actually is.
You're not alone. I disliked how they handled freeroam/epilouge after as well. When I saw the snow covered world I was like "damn this gonna be good". I was hoping for something like Red Dead Redemption (without the major character change) with you and your love interest living in a house and you occasionally leaving to finish those extraneous quests. But nope, we are left all alone in Kaer Morhen and the world hasn't changed a bit.
What's the /v/erdict?
Will buy it most likely buy it when it comes out in NA.
I remember a while back someone said,
>"I really want to hate this game, but I can't 9/10"
Some shit like that, people really like the game so far.