>oh im the type of guy starts playing
>I ran so far away because I wear my sunglasses at night starts playing
Any other HS players here?
>Want to get into this game
>Play for a week every 2 months
>Realize ill have to shell out 30 dollars for an expansion to get any good cards and quit again
I also suck ass at drafting so my arena runs end after like 2 wins.
I play it casually and I haven't paid a single buck so far.
I don't mind I'll never get to unlock all cards before the next expansion comes out, it means I'll always have a goal to work towards.
If I had all the cards I would probably stop playing.
it's not necessarily that you suck, it's that 90% of your games are played against people using something like HearthArena to tell them what to pick
fortunately, a lot of them aren't very good at the game but they generally have a more consistent deck than anyone not using an addon
You literally (literally) could be making some of the best Hotline Miami 2 maps of all time
Why aren't you?
>Not content with releasing just four games in two years, Five Nights at Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon is also publishing a novel based on his hit horror series, he announced over the weekend. It’ll be out on December 22.
>“This is not something recent; I’ve been working alongside a professional writer for the last ten months crafting this story,” Cawthon wrote on the Steam forums this weekend after announcing Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Untold Story. “I’m very excited about the finished product. It expands...
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Why is this shit being pushed so hard in the States?
Its clearly too japanese for the US audience and kids are too busy playing CoD and Battlefield.
I don't think any other game has been so disappointing in 2015. All they had to do was copy/pasta battlefront 2 with minor changes. Fuck you EA
What will go wrong?
>you just sold your steam account for a 1000 dollars
>make a new account
What are the first three games you buy (again)?
would /v/ be interested in a complex game that looks like a visual basic GUI application?
I want to code a complex game about NPC interactions, maybe in some rpg town with history, personality, mood and all that fancy human behaviour shit, while fighting hordes of monsters and sieges but I don't want to waste time on fancy graphics or art beyond some drawings.
Are there any example of some popular game that looks like microsoft office?
When does this get good ?
How soon will Paradox shit out VtmB 2?
forget about it, games like those dont sell anymore
if they made another, you can guarantee the following:
>less sexual content due to sjw pressure
>more conservative clothing due to sjw pressure
>more "realistic" bodies due to sjw pressure
>dialogue wheel with 4 choices that all result in the same answer
Star Wars VII premieres in 4 daysedition.
Post your dankest, comfiest finds.
Why is this series so popular?
Out of gameplay stand-point, it's kind of a low-budget game appeal. You can see that each game is flawed, but they do improve it with each installment.
All of the games also have same cast that people have grown to like. And writing doesn't take itself seriously at all, there's lots of jokes, and some work, while some just fall flat.
Let's settle this once and for all. Which is the best Tony Hawk game?
Vote on that shit
"I don't really rage quit, I just play and have fun."
If only the gaming culture wasn't so toxic
>After watching the movie Pixels, I've been playing an old classic game Pac-Man, which I beast at!