Now that the dust has finally settled, can we agree that this was shit?
I just don`t like the fucking maps. Theyre all flat, wide open arenas where you can basically be shot at from literally everywhere at all times. I guess they're trying in a way to untilize trench warfare this way, but it honestly just doesn't work well at all. Campaign is great but way too short as well
>MC is voiced by Johnny Yong Bosch
is this the biggest disapointment of the year?
What went so wrong?
I-it's not true, right guys?! TELL ME IT'S NOT TRUE!
>Completely useless pyromancy
Why even bother putting this in the game if they were going to make it useless?
the epitome of the American millenial, in the guise of a gamer
bow down to your over lord scrub
Specifically online PC gayms.
Honestly have no idea where to start/look for some reason, and the few acquaintances I have played with usually end up moving to something I don't have/want to play before long.
You tell me.
When small forums, communities, and servers died, it became next to impossible. Everyone is either already in their own cliques or in a collective "Where do I go to find people I actually like who aren't total garbage?" pool. Hell, I'd settle for people I actually like. Matchmaking in every game was the final nail.
Even my old best friend, exwife, and brother hardly play games anymore. When they do, it isn't with me.
OP here; I feel like the sheer amount of multiplayer games being shat out nowadays thins out the communities for individual games way too much as well.
Many games seem to do terrible jobs of supporting their own communities even.
Do metacritic scores (or any single review site) generally influence your decision to buy a game?
Why is nobody talking about this?
It is so good. I have been playing it for the last 3 days straight.
M1hold + M2
will we ever get a sandbox game as good as the first two saints row games ?
>WELCOME TO THE FAMILY
what did he mean by this?
Bethesda didn't learn a damn thing from New Vegas did they? Sure it isn't perfect but the RPG elements and quest options are pretty much second to none in this day and age. If Obsidian made FO4 they would probably let you convince Maxson he's a fool and let you spare the railroad. Bethesda just railroads you with the illusion of choice.
Is this any good?
How did they manage to do such a good job at making a very limited DS game so solid and so good? I never gave this thing much attention, but I've already clocked in 10 hours after three days. It's starting to become more memorable, in relation to design choices and combat, than Kingdom Hearts 1, and I'm not even done with it yet. /v/ if you haven't, just emulate this piece of beauty. I don't know how can people defend BbS's gameplay when something like this exists.
>caring about the story in a kingdom hearts game
People should really realize that the world building and the universe of KH is fundamentaly broken, with things being retroactively added and forgotten every now and then until Nomura decides to asspull a bad explanation for it.
The only thing that matters as of now is character interaction and frankly, coded has that enough for a DS game based on Sora.
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DUDE INSTAKILL DASH ATTACK LMAO!
Your appointment with FEMA should be finalized within the week. I've already discussed the matter with the Senator.
Is there any other game that makes you feel and care so much for the characters?
The WAU was evil in Soma right? Or at least unintentionally evil.
No, the point was for you as the player (and human being) to determine that. The WAU just thought that it could do it's job better by doing what it did. It doesn't understand the human condition.
any of you nerds want to quiplash?
>tfw want to play grand strategy games like Europa Universalis, CKII, and Civ but I don't understand the first thing about how to play them or where to start
It's hard at first but just check out some youtube vids. Ireland is a great place to start of in ck2, and in eu4 probably england. just stick with it cause these games are comfy as fuck.
I want to go on a huge adventure.
What are some good games for that?
Preferably with little to no grinding.
What does she see in Jonah?
what was the point of this fight?
>"it ain't me" starts playing
Good night sweet prince...
Which video game has the worst introduction?
For example, Final Fantasy XV's introduction is literally pushing a car down a road. Oh and this is after spoiling a major reveal that would've been cool unspoiled. So that's two fucking retarded ideas. What follows the car pushing are generic MMO quests.
>break a window
>jump into cathedral
>shoot the pope in the middle of the forehead
>nothing personnel kid
>white haired anime guy with demon arm unleashing katana in the background
Guess the game
Unquestionably, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
Will there ever be a truly great JoJo game?
Critical Mode with or without No XP?
I don't remember any developer saying Critical mode was how they intended the game to be especially since it was only included in Final Mix versions. I did find it the most fun way to play the game, doubly so with EXP Zero.