Is JC3 actually a bad game or does everyone just give it bad scores because of the performance issues?
Does anyone remember JC2 launch, were people able to play it well day 1? I mean now JC2 is considered one of the best open world games there is. Will people say the same about JC3 in couple years?
>30 hours in MGSV
>only 15% completion
Calling it now
>Gets announced next year not on E3 but shortly after
>Is released in November 2017
What are some christmas themed games I can play/v/? Doesnt even have to be about christmas I just want it to take place on christmas. Preferably action games.
I'm nearly done making one. This is the Greenlight Page for it. It'll be out on itch.io tomorrow.
For you OP, I recommend checking out Christmas NiGHTS if you want a straight-up Christmas-themed game. It's apart of NiGHTS into Dreams HD and you can emulate it.
Is there a hope for WiiU?
Can it still pull something off or the game is over?
For the past few months, I have been busy porting Project Diva F and F2nd to PC by porting the game content, etc. to Unreal Engine 4 (Saying as I was experienced using UDK). I have managed to get stage models working inside of the engine, and getting working skeletal meshes with animations is being worked on as soon as I can find a way to rip them from the game files.
A few features being planned for the port is as follows: Scalable Video Settings 60FPS gameplay (compared to the measley 30fps the PS3 and Vita Version runs at) The ability to use a controller, Keyboard,...
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What are some RPG's with low numbers besides Paper Mario?
Still not over Katawa Shoujo
Why the fuck does being scarred means you're a cripple? It's not nearly on the same level as losing your arms or something. It's like saying that Volgin is a cripple. I don't get it.
A mainstream film costs 10-20 dollars recently released, often with bonus features included.
A mainstream album costs 10-20 dollars recently released, often with bonus tracks included.
A mainstream game costs 50-60 dollars recently released, and downloadable content often costs as much as the base game.
No, really: why the fuck is this allowed? Don't people recognize a highway robbery when they see one?
A game cost as much as a movie, in the case of BFEA , yet has a much smaller consumer base.
> why the fuck is this allowed? Don't people recognize a highway robbery when they see one?
It is not robbery if you ask people if they would like to give you money for something they convinced you you needed and was worth every cent, even if you soon after discover that you could easily have lived without it and that it is worth maybe a third.
That is the open market.
What happens if the heir to my kingdom has a liege? He inherited a duchy and some counties from his mother, will he become a vassal of the other king? Do I need to kill this little fucker?
Do you have "titles lost on succession" warning?
If not, you're probably fine. If so, you might just have to write those counties off because I don't know what you could do to save them other than go to war.
It's been a while since I played, but since in the inheritance he is moving to an equal rank to that of his current liege, he becomes independent AND will grab the titles he gained from the other country.
So, confirmed Santa's number one helper is a squirrel.
She has a point, /v/.
What games can you deal cocaine in?
What's a chill singleplayer game that I can zone out and listen to podcasts with? Like, a semi-casual game that doesn't require most of my attention or a lot of micromanagement?
Please tell me someone plays videogames around here.