I no like this game, not understand what people see in it fuck Is big open world and pretty yes but do not have much in it like most games.
>walk take forever and never get to place, easy fast travel is option
>once robot is done never need walking, flying is easy but take away from world.
>item get does not go
world is pretty but end of day nothing special. when will get world with many things instead of open tube? does make sense?
ITT: Non gender binary characters
>Game has memes
>Devs tought it was funny
Hi /v/, what're you playing this week?
I just picked up SquareCells for some cozy brainteasing
Magnetic: Cage closed, Victor Vran, Grim Dawn.
What was his name again?
>PS4 and Xbone were released not long ago and have already been pushed to their absolute limits
Why is this allowed?
Gamespots game of the year is:
The Witcher 3 Fallout 4 isn't even top 5
Which game is getting confirmied next?
>FF XV was confirmed time ago
>villain has well-trought convincing ideas
>sees the great scope of things instead of only what's happening at the moment
>"FUCK U, FRIENDSHIP N SHEEIT"
Why do this? Why?
ITT bosses with cool secret instant kills
Megaman 7 has a bug where you can fire a weapon for a single frame upon entering a boss room, you can use this on Turbo Man with Shade Man's weapon to beat him before the battle starts: https://youtu.be/DoL92Cb7F8Y
My boss Mr Jones, working very late one night I passed his office and saw him digesting my co-worker Carl with tentacles extending from his stomach. Carl was an asshole, so I said "Goodnight, Mr Jones" and went home.
The next day Mr Jones gave me a promotion :-)
>not maining Cammy in SFV
What are some good gaming headphones and mics? Money isn't an object.
Where's my Mario Maker update?
>Runescape wasn't that good, why do so many people like it?
ITT I type a wall of text to explain why I fucking loved RS and hope that you faggots will talk about RS too.
Combat was simple as shit and everyone knew how it worked. You learn a few tricks here and there, as well as what works best with what, without becoming bloated with too many skills and shit. It was simple and accessible.
Yeah, it was a grind. But for a lot of people it...
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I dont even know why I liked it. I guess when I was 12 it was a huge world with a bunch of shit to do and bustling with people, so pretty much life without having to live it.
I certainly enjoyed exploring though, that kingdom far out west was dope
Yeah. Sure there are quests, and there's always conversation to be had about those adventures but the real fun comes from the shit that happens while you're just getting stuff done.
I mean, it's a game that spans over a large landmass and several islands. It might not have been that large a space, but travelling across it took a bit of time and always felt like a journey.
When was the last time you played a game and had fun??