Would this have been acceptable in todays time of video games?
You know what they say...
In the next Animal Crossing game, would you rather have...
>Another attempt at making a City as a separate area that you travel to by bus that has stores that aren't immediately accessible in your town
>Main Street (Like in New Leaf) that develops into a more City-like area as the game goes on
So I tried this out just to see what is all the Final Fantasy 7 fuss all about and Final Fantasy in general. I downloaded it for the PS4 and then I discovered that it is a fucking turn based game, needless to say it but I dropped that shit hard
Why do you people even pretend to like this crap? there is nothing remotely fun or entertaining about turn based shit.
Is it just because they played it as a kid or yet another instance of /v/ liking shit just to be contrarian? Someone explain this to me
>I downloaded it for the PS4 and then I discovered that it is a fucking turn based game
>Willfully choosing to help non humans ever
Sliver dragon was right
I chose fairy creatures because of delicious dark elves. Also. Valkyrie is best party member.
You know who this is, don't you /v/?
>if spongebob was a modern protagonist
So, we can all agree on this, yes?
>Top down traditional Zelda>>> 3rd person 3D Zelda.
Why is this game hated so much?
>Great graphics for its time (possibly best looking PSX game on release)
>anatomically correct characters
>great plot with a lot of direct and indirect stuff going on
>probably greatest character development in video games
>actually nailed the love story right
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>discover a cult of child murderers working underground
>witness their bizarre rituals and sexual deviancy
>experience hallucinations and question myself
>unsure if something supernatural is going on
>have to overcome my inner demon to do what needs to be done and bring them to justice
What game am I talking about, /v/?
>time is a flat circle
Was there ever an edgelord character done right? Pic unrelated.
I have two questions for you!
In a week I'm going to play Dark Souls for the first time (essentially). I know I'll like it because I've played the tutorial segment and watched my friend play Demon's Souls. Should I stream it? What kind of build (please be vague so I have room to fuck up) is good for someone just starting and not planning to use a guide at all for any missables?
dont actually play it because it's a bad game filled to the brim with terrible game design flaws disguised by the community as "difficulty"
no, terrible camera controls are not difficulty, it's a flaw
Stream it for fun. Why not? As for starting builds, you wont know how you want to play until you get in there, find a weapon you like, and determine your scaling based upon it.
Just do it. Who cares?
The camera seemed kind of flawed when I played it but I really like the theme, setting, and characters enough to overlook that. Additionally the gameplay is interesting at least.
video games aren't art
Anyone remember this game?