Does anyone know any good game analysis channels? Good ones are god tier for sleeping to.
So far I have Superbunnyhop, Matthewmatosis, Hyperbithero, and Gamingbritshow but I've exhausted their supply.
Please tell me this Xenoblade Chronicles X screenshot is not from actual gameplay. Please tell me the UI isn't this bad.
Jesus Christ, it would be offensive if it was actually true.
LAY ME SOME COMFY MUSIC STAT
>NieR - Repose
>Final Fantasy III - Boundless Ocean
>Twilight Princess - Faron Woods
>Silent Hill 2 - Making Peace
Damn, that's pretty jazzy. I like it.
>Animal Crossing: New Leaf - 5 PM
>Underale - Respite
Inb4 >Undertale. This is a thread about comfy music, regardless of what game it comes from.
go to your reactions image and close your eyes. after you close your eyes, randomly select a reaction image. when you open your eyes again, post that image, and try to think of a game that made you elicit that reaction
in my case, it was sonic 06
Have you got over the FFVIII Remake gameplay reveal yet? What was your initial reaction?
Whaaack-hoo! I'm Whacka!! Just another picture-perfect day on /v/!
It's that time of year again, /v/.
>nights are cool, and it's comfortable to bundle up
>it gets dark at 4pm
>Christmas is in the air
Maybe it's around this time of year that you start up and replay that one familiar game that sits in your mind with an air of nostalgia. Or, maybe it's time to try something new.
We all know that 107% of what makes a game comfy is its music. So, why not join /v/ in listening and playing some comfy vidya soundtracks together?
Is Stewart Copeland the greatest comfy video game composer of all time?
How can people prefer the xbox controller over the ds? Shit is literally asymmetrical.
post more feet.
xbox controller is comphy as fuck, but the sticks are prone to damage.
Haven't used a ds since ps1 but I remember it being sort of shit. gamecube got that comph, that clack
You know what to do.
Since this is onimusha and souls into one.
What are you looking forword to.
>PC doesn't need exclusives!!
On scale of 1 to 10 of badassery how much am i a bad-ass if i say to you i completely comprehend this games and i like them. Iron triangle more then the new one. Also fuck Takeda
I fucking love those games. I am sad that the RPG Romance games aren't being made anymore. Roaming around three kingdoms china doing quests and hiring yourself out to lords was so fun.
What do you think the cringiest vidya fanbase is?
I would say JoJofags
Smash (both Melee and not), Sanic, FNaF, Minecraft, Pokemon, any overly competitive shootan/moba, and the deeper-deviantArt-side of any major franchise..
Sadly Undertale is getting there too.
If you've played PvP in the last decade or more in anything from Halo to Call of Duty or even Destiny, you will have witnessed a very strange act. You die and your killer runs to your corpse — and then crouches, stands, crouches, stands, crouches and stands before running off to kill again.
The act in question is "teabagging." It's a taunting sign of disrespect, a way to rub salt in the wound by actually rubbing salty, virtual balls on your wounds. I, for one, find it downright infuriating.
Where did this come from?
The origin of the "teabag"...
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Why is this so annoying?
We've all felt the sting of a ball crush when we lose an exchange and the rage that follows it. No matter how much we tell ourselves it's only a game, there's something in the act of defiling our now lifeless torsos that enrages even the best of us.
Why does the simple "teabag" inspire controller-throwing rage? Are we all just overly sensitive? Is it the implied depravity of the act itself? Or is it something more personal?
Most of us use gaming as an escape from our daily realities, whether that be for stress relief or to become engrossed in something fantastical. Games are the act of being someone else for a few minutes or hours in our day. But the way a great game helps us escape our real world emotion is by making us feel real-world emotion. Undertale can make you sob. Super Meat Boy will elate you every time you beat a level. Bloodborne will keep you tense and enthralled. Whatever emotion you are looking for, there is a game that will give it to you. Although we may be looking to escape ourselves, the only believable escape is one we feel.
We're still looking for that emotional fix when we jump into whatever multiplayer PvP we fancy – the pride of a clutch play, the fulfillment of getting better with every round, of getting sweaty when a game is close. The attraction of multiplayer PvP is the reality of it all. You obviously can't throw Destiny's flaming hammers at your annoying neighbors or Fulton your Ex a-la Metal Gear, but it's that human intelligence that keeps me playing every form of PvP I can. It's unpredictable, stressful and ultimately satisfying.
it makes me sick people get paid to write this shit
This nigger is raping my ass, wat do?
Lightning and rolling to the right.
Also high pose.