Can anybody explain why theres 3 different version of one weapon? Which version is better?
There are specific best version. If this is your first run just use the standard one and run through the chalice dungeons to see what kind of gems there are.
Depending on your build thats how you choose the best version depending on the gems you can find.
So after the shit show that was Fallout 4 I decided to give pic related a shot. What skills should I put points into?
Which one is the best RPG for PC? Why?
So there's this new mmo that's trying to use a different structure for it's class and job system. Instead of choosing bard... warrior.. mage.. you choose from one of 6 stats. Constitution, Wisdom, Intelligence, Agility, Dexterity, and Strength. Depending on the main stat you chose you have a tendency to do certain jobs easier such as banker, alchemist, cook, hunter, etc. Also most classes are geared towards one stat, it starts simple and broad like the Apprentice class for magic based skill sets. At level 15 you can start choosing which type of magic you have...
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Post all did nothing wrong characters and later I will create a poll in the next thread where we will vote for the best did nothing wrong character according to /v/.
Only video games characters pls.
I start with Nagito Komaeda.
>itt we list the problems with current gen gaming and what we can do to fix them.
We're getting too old and losing interest in games
How do we fix this?
> an autistic manchild
> a blatant furry
> an SJW boogeyman
> and underkek memer
B - but it's fine, right?
>It's another retarded Matt-hate thread despite the fact that A) All of the Best Friends suck and B) Matt is far better than Woolie and approximately two billion times better than Liam
Giant Bomb > Pat > Matt >>> Woolie >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Liam
Will this be a decent enough alternative to the Oculus? It seems like it may be quite limited compared to the Oculus due to the PS4 specs, but I'm interested in VR and don't want to have to upgrade my PC and spend close to $1000 for parts and headset
Did you do that /v/?
>Wind Waker with grass
Give me a reason why I should look forward to this.
If we use the recent Zelda's as an indication of what to expect, it will probably be:
>easy as piss
>full of shitty tutorials
>large but empty over-world with what little secrets being rupees
>little use for items outside of dungeons
I can't wait to see how awful that giant open field they're emphasizing so much is going to be.
You can now replay one game for the first time again.
What's her name, /v/?
Post comfy games
Alright, /v/. I bought one, along with Xenoblade.
Turns out Xenoblade is a shitty neet simulator that is mediocre in every possible way, and unplayable to any reasonable adult with responsibilities. What else can I get before the buyers remorse really kicks in?
>playing Ace Combat 4 for the first time
>get to titular mission
>that fucking music
>all those planes
>"It's like a beehive up there!"
>damage Yellow Squadron
>"Who's kill was that?!"
This game is fucking amazing, why isn't this mentioned more often??
You need to run them in software mode to avoid lines across the screen and missing ground textures, I think Zero also has collision issues too.
They do not emulate well at all.