If he was about to die, why not modify him like they did with Kellogg to live forever?
Going abroad for two weeks with only a psp. suggestions for games?
Persona 3 Portable
Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth
Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions (with slowdown patch)
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky
Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection
>that one rare/expensive game that you will never own a physical copy of
What's her name, /v/?
Ever17 for me. Feels bad, man.
You have 10 seconds to explain why you're not shooting up EA headquarters right now
because once you torrent all of their games you really don't hold a grudge against them
You're doing this for the planet, same as us.
>Fuckboi Kingdom Hearts Cloud design
what the fuck square enix? I want my OG PSX Cloud
on December 10th of 1993 doom was released for MS-DOS
what was you first time playing doom?
i was born in the 87 and i played doom on the sega megadrive 32x for the first time
I'm 1988 born, and I played Doom for the first time somewhere between 1995-97. I was a Nintenkid, but my friend got a decent PC with lots of these classic shareware shooters.
It was also the first proper PC game I played, and it helped me get rid of my keyboard "phobia" (I thought every key would do SOMETHING to the computer).
Thanks to this game, I'm still quite fluent with KB-only controls. I've even finished some emulated 3D games with nothing but keyboard as a controller.
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This game just came out on PC, why is no one talking about it? Is it shit?
SEGA just trademarked a new Virtua Fighter game!
It's fucking happening!
What's the worst real Final Fantasy and why is it 12?
Not gonna lie, I love final fantasy 2 because of the relentless grinding because I love getting overpowered before I progress with the game and I love the story that is there and the focus on the destruction of war.....but it really does fall at the end of the list sadly. It's just not fun when i have to grind for hours to level up my peeps at the beginning, middle, and end of a game.
In memory of the previous commander's apparent capitulation in the face of superior alien forces, there shall be an XCOM thread.
I'm going to be trying an OpenXCOM mod called X-Piratez, which pits us as a gang of idiot criminals and mutants in the year 2601 who have stumbled upon the ruins of an XCOM base. The original XCOM project was defeated long ago and earth has been relegated to a backwater shit-hole in the ethereal's space empire.
We have garbage technology, very little cash, and are up against several powerful human factions who have the...
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It seems that in the future, South Africa is now known as the Rogue Fields, but we'll take it.
Our craft is currently named The Bonaventura, and it seems pretty beefy, acting as both an interceptor and troop carrier.
So how pathetic is it to pay a professional, multi-tournament winning professional video game player for private lessons?
I'm serious. I definitely expect a lot of insults coming my way but honestly, what better way to improve than some private one on one with one of the best in the world?
Maybe we could even become friends like Goku and King Kai but probably not because I'm just some guy to give a lesson to and then never speak to again once I send the money.
It's absolutely one of the most pathetic things you could ever do, and is also completely meaningless.
You don't improve at video games from an hour of "intensive training", you improve from practising every fucking day with decent players.
THURSDAY NIGHT XBONE THREAD
GET THE FUCK IN HERE
What are we playing? What are we looking forward to? Will we get a better Panzer Dragoon game then that Crimson Dragon shit?
Someone just told me that AoE II got a new expansion recently, holy shit. I used to love the game as a kid, I can't believe that new content is still being developed for it.
Is it any good? How do the new factions play?
the game has 2 new expansions.
The first one was called ''The forgotten'' which added 5 new factions to the game: (the Italians, Indians, Slavs, Magyars, and Incas).
Both comes with a campaign and a populated multiplayer. Its never been a better time to get back into the game!
>tfw still unable to construct bridges
>still unable to pave roads
>still unable to build useless buildings just to build a more scenic and nicer town
Who's a decent, easy to learn God to use in Smite? Hi-Rez are fags wo refuse to buff Cupid so I'm being forced to switch out for someone more powerful. Good hunter, maybe? I like the long lane but I don't mind mid either.
What level are you? This info would help. Some gods are easy to use and learn but better players know how to avoid all the damage(like Anubis). Easiest ADC is without question Neith. If you want a really straight forward, traditional ADC pick up Rama. He just has 2 steroids and an escape so he's pure, and late game he does about a billion damage a second.
Level 29 (I think). I'm not inexperienced at the game, I have 150 hours logged on it. I've just always kinda used Cupid for some reason. And I think he's pretty good, but all the other hunters seem to be way stronger late game, so I'm gonna try and use someone else. Don't really like Nieths abilities, so inwont be using her. Tried Hou-yi and I was pretty terrible for the few matches I played. I just want them to give cupid a buff to make his late game viable.
Started playing this game again recently, and I forgot how much fun the combat was. I enjoy turn based combat, but it can get kind of boring after a good amount of time, and I feel like this game had a great solution with adding additions into the battle.
Are there any other turn based style games that are like Legend of the Dragoon?
No, but this is now a thread about Dart and Lavitz love.