SAY MY NAME!
Why did so many shooters get released this year?
Literally only Overwatch sold anything because it was released early.
Titanfall 2 was clearly the best shooter this year but just got swamped. Do publishers pay no attention at all to each other?
2016 was a return to good, fast shooters. Doom was the best single-player shooter, Titanfall 2 was the best competitive shooter, and Overwatch was the best casual shooter. Pretty solid year for the FPS genre.
Because the very definition of business competition is to try and steal consumers, you don't do that by giving a game free reign and giving them no alternative game to play you fucking NEET retard.
I wish I could refund this piece of shit
I feel you. Bought it on release, clocked 8 hours hoping for it to get fun, but the pacing and balance are so poor I can't enjoy it at all. I hear there's a big update coming out soon, maybe that'll change things for the better.
I've never seen a thread for this game on here. My brother and I have been playing the PS4 version a ton in the past week. Anybody else on /v/ play this?
Also, what are your favorite tables? So far mine include: Scared Stiff, No Good Gophers, Centaur, and The Creature from the Black Lagoon.
Centaur might just have the best art out of all of them.
>you can't romance the MILF
>you can only get her slutty bottomtier daughter
I still don't know why everyone seems to hate FF8 so much. Explain it to me, /v/
>best level up system
Is hating on FF8 a meme or what.
>buy stock in vidya companies
>make money playing games while supporting the industry and devs that you like
Why aren't you doing this?
Which do you think was the best Final Fantasy of the past 10 years? Not counting XIV because it's an mmo
I'LL HAVE TWO NUMBA NINES, A NUMBA NINE LARGE
>you are just nostalgic about San Andreas, GTA V is better hurrrr
>GTA V will never be remembered like this
Why aren't you playing this?
ITT: forgotten (broken) games that you enjoyed playing despite all the fuck ups of the engine and what not.
The game is a broken mess where the gameplay segments feel noticeably unfinished, but it's also a great ride that I'd highly recommend playing.
Too human was so fucking fun
Easily best game I played on the 360, loved the story, the look, the combat, the gear, it was all so good.
Took a bit to get used to the controls but once I did game was perfect. I think it's the only game I got all the achievements for ever.
Too bad the Trilogy will never be completed.
What do you think of this leprechaun sounding goofyass motherfucker?
Lets see your shitty fucking teams on this shitty fucking game
What do you think the story will be about /v/?
What are some GOTY? Let's count last year as well.
inb4 thread sliding
are these gud games from 2016 and worth picking up:
Rise of Tomb Raider
Sherlock Holmes: DD
Say my name
Seriously, this thing is nuts. Not only is powerful as shit, but it doesn't have any counters besides trying to win face at turn 4. Not only that but all the Druid decka are now this shit, there are no faceHunters because they got their kicks with this shit now, there are no Warlocks either, Control Warrior is fucking dead against this shit.
How and why? I just don't get it /v/
>invited to custom game
>it's 16 assholes playing assassination only
Why is this DOGSHIT gametype so popular????
ITT: the smartest confirmed gamers in the world
What is the most autistic thing you've done in a game?
mine would be cross dressing my character in Animal Crossing.
>saving cost in-game currency
Post perfect boys ITT
At what point did you realize that this game is trash?
What's the best way to play this?
Where did the hair go?
So when is Deep Down coming out?
It looks pretty great.
Windows 7 or 10 for gayming?
>Ile razy mam wam powtarzać, sukinsyny, żebyście nie przebiegali przez moją chatę?
Is this Gothic? I just tried to get into these games, but the movement and dialogue was so incredibly shit I had to bail. I did have one good experience exploring Gothic 3's world though. Should I give the Risen games a shot? I appreciate the handcrafted world, the lack of enemy scaling, and the organic encounters that can result in some cool unscripted events that make the world feel more alive. In many ways this is how open world games should be done.