Guess something about the poster.
Bad things about otherwise great games.
Happy birthday Vita!
Why is this game so hugely brushed off by the general Devil May Cry fanbase?
I can sort of understand why Kamiya has a bit of a dismissive attitude towards the sequels. The first game has a level of nuance in its style and design that every other installment lacks.
Why is Legate Lanius protrayed throughout the whole of New Vegas as nothing more than a brutal deranged man with nothing but thoughts of victory and slaughter, when in fact he is one of the most rational? He is only one of the 3 main factions willing to admit Hoover Dam is "but a place" and leave it to the enemy, and makes the most salient point in the game: it wasn't democracy, autocracy or the riches of the old world that awakened you and caused your rise, it was violence, the two bullets Benny put in your head.
The Legion can't hold the West with its current stregnth, not without losing the East anyway. The fact they it took so many troops and years is proof of that fact and its the argument you make. Lanius chooses the smart option and quits while he's ahead, and in doing so doesn't make the same mistake the real Romans made.
>mods deleting a video game thread
I wanted to talk about Gravity Rush 2 but no, apparently that's not allowed here.
I mean it's not against the rules to make a thread directly about a video game is it?
Congrats piratefags, now the ps4 won't ever be cracked.
How did we go from this...
Okay, /v/. Pitch me your game. Let's see what you got, kid. Bonus points for concept art.
Come on, /v/. Let me run my tongue along the grooves of your brain.
You're a messenger boy/girl in a made up world painted in the vision of Hitler's WWII. As war breaks out you have to travel around delivering messages of varying degrees of importance with varying degrees of difficulties. Combat is not a focus, but rather creative puzzle solving by manipulation of the environment and characters is how you'll get around. The story focuses on your relationships with the other characters you meet, and the type of person you become, as you'll have some influences on events in the story
Sounds a lot like every Final Fantasy ever, except with the playable character being a random NPC and none of the fuckin' goofball technospiritual bullshit. I like it, kid.
What was the point of this fucker? There was a huge buildup around him, about how he singlehanded killed almost all the jedi and you kill him without ever finding out what the fuck he was and doesn't even give a shit afterwards, like he wasn't even in the plot in the first place.
LOL you just got Obsidimeme'd.
I remember my first time. A friend recommended Fallout:New Vegas. I completed it, rang him up like "WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS SHIT?" and he just burst out laughing for like 5 minutes. Pretty embarrassing.
At least now you know better than to play games made by meme developers.
What did he mean by this /v/?
It's a Homo Luden thing, you probably wouldn't understand.
find a fault
Before you reveal the spoilers, think hard about the following:
What are 10 random games you completed this year?
If you needed more than 60 seconds to answer this, you should get off this board. 40 seconds and less and your opinions can be considered valuable. add some time if...: - ...one of your listed vidya is an MMO multiplayer exclusive game or an ASSFAGGOTS - 10 seconds - ... one of your answers is Undertale - 5 seconds - ...if the games in your liste were played on two different or even less platforms...
Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What went wrong?
Assigning staff unable to meet the demands of the project who also clearly didn't understand what made the predecessors good. It's clear they were just trying to work from a recipe without understanding the purpose behind why the previous games were designed the way they were and fucked up as a result.
Imitation without understanding.
What are some simple yet comfy games?