Are we being raided again, because it seems as if we are every other fucking day. Give it a fucking break
>looking through old stuff
>find pic related
>decide to replay it
Holy fuck, this game is 10/10, why'd they stop making them again?
-first 3D graphics became a thing + the fad, and Mega Man failed its transition from 2D to 3D.
-then FPS games became even bigger fad, that hasn't stopped yet.
-then consolized fps and "Press X to do awesome stuff" games became one, and seeped into every other genre as well.
-Now kids don't even know WTF Mega Man is.
>Danganronpa is coming to pc
Who else love his useless Vita?
You can only list one PS Vita game, it has to have a great story, good gameplay, and just be a solid game over all.
Why aren't GTA V's car interiors close to this?
The game is set in 2013 yet the interiors look like 80s-90s car interiors
An old discussion, but still a rational one to have. Besides, I am curious what other gamers think of the whole debacle.
PS4 elitist fanboy's need not reply. Infact, I don't need to hear your kind's crap. Far too much of it already, fucking reddit queefers.
So, I decided to Google the reasoning behind this, since I am a big Dark Souls fan, have been wanting to get into BB, didn't have time to look into it till now, and not liking what I have to hear.
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Will this really sit well with the Japanese gamers?
>play modern fps
>headache out of the ass
I can play older shooters like CS1.6/HL1,2/older BF (before bad company)/older COD(before 4) fine.
I dont fucking understand.
-tiny consolitis FOV (around 50 degrees at worst!)
-all that headbobbing, jesus!
-the motion blur + DOF blur + Bloom + Chromatic Aberration = eye-strain & migraine.
What are some games that let me play as visual kei people?
Depends what style of visual.
Victorianesque would be something like Bloodborne, Dark Souls.
Soulcalibur in all of its forms lets you make whatever character you're into as well.
Theres also mmos with dress-up features like dcuo
Unironically this as well.
ESPECIALLY the classic 2d era.
Cait is best woman in Fallout 4. Get that Curie shite out of here.
>"continued hostility may lead to injurie"
>proceeds to charge a deathclaw with fists
most precarious example why most bethesda companions should just be taken out back and shot
>people complaining about few dlc's which give a lot of extra content
>at the same time this is the pc standard, base game for 40€ and dlc's for almost 200€ to get the full experience
> Nintendo's Wii U has sold just 10.7 million consoles worldwide, and its inability to match the 101-million-selling Wii has hurt the console sector as a whole.
> "The Wii brought in this huge casual crowd, people who are not your hard-core gamers who are not playing your hard-core console games," said Michael Goodman, an analyst with the firm. "It's those people who have migrated over to the tablets and smartphones as a gaming experience. Microsoft and Sony have gone after their much more traditional console market."
>Thus, console gaming, Strategy Analytics wrote in its report, is becoming "mostly limited to the core gaming audience."
>Console games represent some of the industry's most immersive experiences and grandest displays of technology. Yet there are numerous hurdles to overcome for those new to the medium. Whereas film, television and music have become easier and cheaper to engage with, thanks to the rise of streaming services, getting into big-budget games remains a cumbersome, expensive hobby.
>Want to see "Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens"? It's as easy as buying a ticket, one in Los Angeles likely to cost somewhere around $15, and finding your way to the theater.
>But let's say you're a "Star Wars" fan and curious to check out "Star Wars Battlefront." If you don't already own a console, Sony is marketing a $349 bundle that includes the game. Then plan to drop an extra $50 or $60 for the privilege of playing online, which you'll need for a multiplayer-focused title such as "Battlefront."
> Games, before one even tries to master a controller with 12-plus buttons, are daunting. And that's not even taking into account the countless hours many games are designed to last.
How do we make games more accessible to non-hardcore gamers?
To elaborate further, there's already a huge game industry focused towards non-hardcore gamers on mobile devices as well as on PC. And that's perfectly okay.
Is it worth?
Wasnt the touchpad supposed to be yhe successor to the thumbstick? They shouldve honestly either put a thumbstick on the top left dpad on bottom left and touch pad on top right
What are /v/ opinions about Funhaus?