what is the best alternative to cs go?
Rainbow Six Siege if you can stand shoddy netcode
This game wasn't designed around PvP
There were no dueling arenas and no rankings, no esports, no special PvP balance, it was an afterthought
And yet it had the best dueling scene of any game that ever was or will be
How was this possible? What have we learned?
Time to post some video game music. Listen to some great tunes while reading my inane ramblings. Feel free to add your own music.
First up we have "The Unsung War", featured in Ace Combat 5.
The gradual increase from horns to chanting make this song and the scenario a perfect combination.
Up next, we have "Propaganda", featured in Beyond Good and Evil.
The title of the song says it all, iterating one of the game's main points of total control and censorship being the work of outer space aliens.
"An Accent Beyond", featured in Portal 2, is the chase between mute scientist daughter and two robots that rely too much on their own machines.
The entire album works well with the entire game's dark humour, and is actually free on the official Portal site!
I unironically enjoy this.
Let's list all the good games that have come out so far this year. I'll start:
Offworld Trading Company
Stephen's Sausage Roll
Mirror's Edge Catalyst
I'd say an interesting year at the least. About on par with 2015.
post your favorite games
rate others, make guesses, etc
dungeon crawl stone soup
metal gear solid
castlevania: symphony of the night
Just finished Ninja Gaiden Black for the first time on Normal today. What a fucking ride. So, when people talk about beating NGB Master Ninja, are they talking about the main game on MN difficulty or the path of the Master Ninja mission mode? Any reason I should attempt one of those goals before the other? Are there cheats to unlock MN difficulty? Is new game plus a thing? Technical action game thread!
They usually mean the main game. I can't remember if there was NG+ or not, but I believe you have to beat Normal to unlock Hard, then beat Hard to get Master Ninja. The game gets very hard very fast, probably one of the hardest games in the last 20 years.
Main campaing. I think NG+ was removed in Black, really weird decision.
>probably one of the hardest games in the last 20 years
What are you, fucking casual? First NG is the easiest in the series and not that hard at all.
Post only if you like Daisy.
you have 4 minutes to explain why you haven't picked this up yet.
When is this chucklefuck getting the nerf her so desperately deserves?
>B-BUT, ANON, THEY NERFED HIS SPEED BOOST IN THE LAST UPDATE!
And it's done absolutely nothing to his mandatory pick status.
Theres a certain feeling that only console gamers experience.
Riddle me this /v/,
I understand Bloodborne was a PS4 exclusive. But sony have made all the money they are gonna make out of that game by keeping it that way.
If they put it on PC then they would make a fucking killing on a product they have already produced at this point. It's quite possibly the best thing they could do with the game now.
>Inb4 PC is shit ps4 is best or something.
Yeah, yeah stfu. I am strictly asking why haven't they done this from a business point of view?
Because Bloodborne is a Sony PS exclusive. By keeping it exclusive, they are trying to entice people into buying a console and the game. That approach works as well, because then you get $350ish dollars plus any continuing purchases made by that new customer.
It's pretty slimy but if anything will get them to port it, it will be the success of a new emulator.
Holding the IP as a Sony exclusive is more valuable because it is more likely to sell consoles that way.
>Bloodborne comes out for PC
>Everyone laps it up
>From announces Bloodborne sequel
>People don't bother buying the PS4/whatever comes after it, believing / knowing a PC version is on the way anyway
What's the most upset you've ever been at a game before?
I've smashed shit, but that's because I'm retarded. Most I do these days is smash my mouse down real hard like five times. Shit like that.
I used to be a lot worse.
It only gets bad when you play really hard and really cheap games. You know, the ones where you have to restart and watch a cutscene before every attempt.
inb4 all the saints with no anger issues roll in, calling us retarded for losing our cool.
What would you like to see in a 40k game?
ITT: Post your favorite Boss fight.
im like 2 seconds away from re-downloading psx emulator but I can't seem to get my ps3 or ps4 controller to be compatible with the emu. Anyone else have this trouble?
I really wanna play crash 3 and medievil again
what do you think of my swordsman?
Are there any Ipad games similar to Advanced Wars? I really loved this on my DS years ago and seems like it would be perfect for a mobile game.
Why did Overwatch succeed when Battleborn failed?
They're basically the same fucking thing. Was it just luck of the draw?
Massive advertising campaign
FPS genre was mostly stagnant. Tf2, csgo, cod cod cod, battlefield battlefield battlefield
Blizzard is a HUGE publisher with an audience
Simple, easy to learn mechanics
Quality waifu material
Every hero is designed to appeal to a different audience.
I don't like overwatch that much, but it was designed to sell
Has anything enjoyable ever come out of RPG Maker?
Is it true?
> player tag
> gamer boy
these are the 5 best and it's undeniable
runner ups are V and XII for people who actually enjoy grinding
>yfw you realize years later that you were supposed to use this map while playing
Are Krogans essentially the niggers of Mass Effect?
>Space bar is activate
STOP HATING GAMES BEFORE THEY'RE OUT
Why can't they just sell it separately?
Yes yes, I know they also wanna sell Infinite Warfare, and part of the appeal of that game is having the CoD4 remaster included with it. But seriously, who the fuck even wants Infinite Warfare? They didn't even need to make a new CoD this year, they could have quite easily just sold a straight port of still buy the shit out of it.
What is the best souls game? Let's debate! (Demon souls and bloodbourne included)
>tfw I've yet to play Demon's Souls and Dark Souls 2
I'm really hoping to get started with DS sometime soon. I've heard a lot of shit about DS2, on the other hand, but I think I'll still give it a try.
Best combat/most fun
I guess If I'd have to rank them I'd say:
BB > DS1 > DS3 > DS2
I kind of loathe DS2. I'm playing through it right now but it's just so lazily put together. I haven't played Demon's Souls yet.
I just completed my first play through of this gem /v/. HOLY SHIT! It was amazing. I had it on my
Xbox 360 with games for gold, even though I found out they completely removed it from the marketplace to jew people into buying EW. That pissed me off but the game was too damn good.
What is /v/'s opinion of this game? What about the sequels? I want to really dive into it as it's been one of the best games I've played in years honestly and I'm always worried about sequels and DLC... but I might bite with this one.
a lot... I let a few good marines die, but I became too attached to let teams of Colonels get wiped out. I figured on a more serious playthrough I'll let my memorial wall build up which I could do if I played ironman mode right?
I only played EU, not EW. Is it worth playing or should I skip? I'm really interested in the story and the lore.
Is this the weakest classic entry in Resident Evil?