Are there really idiots that bought a first-gen PS4?
>People will buy a closed VR system that required a seperate Wii-sized box and looks retarded
Do you think VR will actually take off in a meaningful way?
What VR device are you looking forward to seeing?
I think Starbreeze's StarVR looks pretty cool, but like any one of the headsets I want the chance to try one out before I purchase it, but this one seems to offer the most field of view, and a pretty decent resolution.
My only worry is if computer hardware technology will advance enough to let us play the new super realistic graphics VR games at the like 120fps or whatever it require for VR headsets to not look like dogshit when in motion.
A lot of the motion sickness stuff is from like the "Screen door" effect, and the low fps, plus the field of view ans such not being adequate.
I think it'll get fixed eventually.
vr will take off but it won't go anywhere until they figure input devices out
this shit looks cool:
but i have zero knowledge if they have the technology to make these kinds of things work smoothly enough for day to day use
Why haven't you joined the Homo Luden master race /v/?
It's like you don't even want to become a homo Faber(Those who create).
Can we have a Castlevania thread?
Let's talk Castlevania.
>Favorite piece of music
/v/s thoughts on MGSV? I loved it. Second chapter is really repetitive and boring, but I loved the imagery and characters. The gameplay has improved in a lot of good ways imo.
It just needs more imo. The FOB event missions aren't cutting it. They just need to make a content update that either puts in new Side Ops or gives you more variants on the main missions, like more Subsistence.
Yeah, I agree with that. From what I've seen of FOB, it seems pretty stale. I haven't done online since my PS4 is a piece of shit, but it doesn't really peak my interest. I just want them to add Chapter 3, I'd pay for that shit.
How many games do you play at once /v/? Do you focus one just one, or jump around?
I've got ToX on PS3, various indies on PC and DQIV on mobile.
If I play more than one game at a time, I usually end up quitting one of them. This has led me to pretty much only play Civilization V for months at a time. Only stopping if a new Dragon Quest or Vanillaware game comes out.
I've been thinking about replaying Dragon Quest VI since its the only game in the series I have only played once. While waiting the months for Dragon Quest VII to come out.
I've never played one but I'd like to start. Which one should I start with, is it a fixed Rome II? Nothing too early and primitive looking if possible
Shogun 2 is arguably the best in the series. Graphically as well, it really holds up. While Attila adds a lot of graphical shit, it's a half-assed job throughout and it shows. Most factions are cookie cutter copies of each other down the exact same units, every Germanic one anyway.
Medieval II with Stainless Steel mod is probably the very best overall experience, but it obviously looks and feels dated. Empire is the best game in the series in terms of map size and amazing if you like cannons and line battles firing by rank. The map spans all of Europe, India and...
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Thanks, this is very helpful. Any thoughts on Rome II? I know some considered it nearly broken at launch. I've heard nothing but good things about shogun 2 at this point so ill probably start there
So people are getting bored of Link saving Zelda from the evil Ganon's clutches. What if we had a game where
Zelda saved Ganon from the evil Link's clutches?
Say something bad about Undertale, I dare you, I DOUBLE dare you motherfuckers!
Can we agree Roy is the worst Lord?
Does /v/ like shmups? Or are they too hard for ya?
Or do you just dont like em?
I keep seeing this resonance of fate is to hard. resonance of fate not that hard just get good at the combat system and don't play stupid like run and gun you diy fast by do that. If your haveing a hard time with this game ask me or people in thread we will help you out with tips to get good at the combat system.
The game's piss-easy once you understand the combat though. And the only way to make it even a moderate challenge is to replay the game 3-4 times to unlock +5% stat modifiers to enemies because Tri-Ace are incompetent idiots.
It's hard at the start when you only have three bezels. Once you get more it's piss easy. You leap over something, showing it with scratch damage, then do the same with a handgun and recover like 5 bezels at once.
How do you make a decent looking webm?
make it short, lower resolution and higher bitrate
What was the first PC game you bought with your own money?
Does it hold up to this day?
What exactly makes a game immersive?
Have any recent games felt truly immersive to you?
Does it get harder for anyone else to feel immersed in a game as you get older?
>What exactly makes a game immersive?
things must make sense within the game worlds established scope
>Have any recent games felt truly immersive to you?
witcher 3 was pretty great at this
>Does it get harder for anyone else to feel immersed in a game as you get older?
the older you get, the more experienced you get and the more easily you notice inconsistencies, flawed logic, plot holes and the like. it's normal.