It looks like a good game, but I agree that the name needs to be changed.
>there are "people" on this board RIGHT NOW who that thought Yokai Watch was going to be the Pokemon killer
>there are "people" on this board RIGHT NOW who thought that (insert MMO here) was going to be the WoW killer
>there are "people" on this board RIGHT NOW who thought that (insert FPS here) was going to be the Halo killer
>Mfw I remember some people here genuinely thinking that Haze would be a Halo killer
Gentleman, how can Nintendo revive Doshin the Giant?
What went wrong?
Shit, I posted the wrong pic.
Here is the refreshed version.
What's the best shotgun in videogames? Or at least, what games have really fun shotguns.
ShotgunRound: What shotgun has the best reload animation?
So, I just found this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=li0OCzVqjOU
And damn does it look good!
Hopefully this will bring back fast paced duels as well as fun 16 player clusterfucks. It looks really good too, like better than battlefield.
So I decided to look up how much it would cost, and it's fucking FREE. Not f2p, just FREE. Cosmetics and mods will cost money if the person who makes them decides to charge money, but otherwise nothing costs any money at all.
currently downloading this shit as I'm writing this, hopefully the Quakefags who...
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I'm having a nostalgia trip and wanted to download some old games I used to play as a kid. (pic related) Where (or how) can I get these games free?
You can actually download these Humongous titles as disk images specifically tailored to load in ScummVM, which is pretty convenient:
SOMEONE ASIDE FROM ME KNOWS PAJAMA SAM!?
Aight fuckers, I'm going to be exploring worlds.com and posting what I find so buckle up
SALLY BROWN WAS THE GAL FOR ME, BOYS
What exactly IS a "meme game"?
>post-apocalyptic urban survival horror game
>player character is a paraplegic young woman
>gameplay emphasizes how a mobility impairment would make survival that much harder
Would you play this game?
There are many types of inventory systems in this day an age. You got one where the amount you can carry depends on the stats of a character, usually Strength. You got one where you have to play tetris with the item to fit every nook and cranny into a grid box. And then you got one where the amount of bag slots you have determine how many items you can carry. Which system did you like the most? Which one was the best system, in your opinion? Bag of holding need not apply.
I don't care that much as long as I can choose the order in which my items are shown.
That said, I like the tetris method because having a visualization of all your items is cool.
So /v/, are you gonna buy it? I've only played 1 and 2 so I'm kind of hesitant, but I'm about to watch an explanation on the other games so that might hype me up to actually buy it.
I agree man, even though i only played the console versions, i still really enjoyed them. I'd love to play the other games, just don't have any of the handle held systems necessary. Guess the video will have too do.
Doing a secret santa, and I want to get my recipient games he can run on his moderately low end laptop. Any recommendations appreciated. Preferably on steam.