What is it about 64/PS1 era games that is just charming? Even for people who didn't grow up with them, they just seem to sort of enchant anyone who plays them. They're comfy, even for younger gamers, in a way that most games now aren't, but I can't put my finger on why.
>the target audience was still significantly younger than what it is today
That's a true statement but then why do they still emit that same atmosphere even for older players? For example, I recall when Viva Pinata came out, several of my friends were embarrassed of buying it and chastised by others for buying a "children's game". On the other hand, I was like 10 when Mario 64 came out and I remember high schoolers being hype about it. Shit, my uncle was...
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Are those Warriors of the out realms?
Why are you not talking about this ?
It's just pure gold. As good as Titan Quest, FINALLY.
Grim Dawn thread.
just ordered one of there
please tell me i didnt fuck up
You fucked up, that shit doesn't work on most PC games that require a controller.
You were better off with Mad Catz since they use the Xbox drivers that actually reads the inputs correctly.
Could the DK family best team Mario in a fight?
>can run pic related at a solid 144hz
feels good man
also alien isolation is a great game, really captures the spirit of Alien and especially the production design.
I played it on x360 before this, that was a painful experience
>Every new game feels like work
>There's no skill involved, just putting in the required amount of hours
>Cutscene heavy and/or slow paced
>Feels like the game is just recycling content past the first hour
What do? I'm finding myself bored of everything lately.
what are some good games featuring monkeys?
ITT: god-tier water levels
>Being anything other than a hindrance to progression
What went wrong?
What does /v/ think of Prince Marth?
How big of a failure was this game?
THIS IS NOT A DRILL! Panty Shot on Tsubasa CONFIRMED!
>Online game has NPC's swearing
>Players aren't allowed to swear
Which waif, /v/?