Gib a good horror game for PC.
I bought it for 28€ yesterday on Amazon and I found a store near my house that sold it for 30€
It's Not about black friday because I live in France
So how's the expansion? Worth buying?
Is this an actual expansion with new game mechanics or is it just $10 for literally the same game with different sprites?
Did anyone of you tried that new-generation of VR devices? Is it really breaktrough, or just another half-assed idea? Should I be hyped?
Oculus will come out on top, they have Carmack and the best implementation of a controller.
Vive will be mishandled
PSVR is decent for what it is, but is tied to a underpowered console that can barely achieve 1080P 30fps
What's your take on the different tracking solutions? It seems like Valve are designing their games with a lot more movement and turning than Oculus. What with the standard setup for lighthouses being one in front, one in back whereas Oculus puts both cameras in front.
What would be a dealbreaker for you on this game?
For me, if it didn't have a Cave of Ordeals or some equivalent, I'd be mighty disappointed.
What does /v/ think of this game?
Good ideas with very odd execution. The don't really utilize things the way you'd like them to but it still manages to be an enjoyable game
controls take time getting used to, and that's not how a Sonic game should be. I'm being pretty gentle considering a lot of other people trashed it for smaller things
Why arent you playing Albion Online /v/?
• Crafting & Player Driven Economy (all items AND buildings are crafted by the players)
• Territorial Combat (You can claim territories or conquer territories from other players, burn down their self-constructed villages)
• PvP & Full Loot (dying means serious consequences and if you die everything can be taken from you)
>go to steam
poor man's Bloodborne?
What are some VNs that are so bad they're good?
Post a better game intro.
Post stupid things you're tired of hearing in relation to video games
>Wow I can't believe hot girls play WoW
It's the most casual fucking game ever, I don't even know how people are seriously surprised that a bunch of normal looking people play it
If a normal person says it, it probably belongs in this thread.
I don't even know what you intend to accomplish by remaking this topic that's been discussed to death millions of times.
We get it.
People who don't care about games as much as you say stupid things about games.
>Wow I can't believe he still plays video games
What did he mean by this
I'm really surprised but I'm loving the beta. Setting up the defenses and waiting for the attackers is really tense, I love it. Does it have a chance of being good?
Lost my other thread
I have an r9 390x
Need a motherboard, processor and headphones
Can spend £50 on headphones, £50 on motherboard and up to £200 on processor. The less I spend the better because I want an SSHD too.
I appreciate any advice
>give this character a pretty extensive backstory as far as Fallout characters go
>you actually go into his memories and learn a lot about his past even though to only need to learn about why he was with the institute
>other characters talk about him like he was this super cool badass
>only actual role in game is to murder your wife, get tracked by a dog and then murdered in a rather anti-climatic fight
>even has a part where...
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I know, right? After going through his memories, it humanised him. When you come out of the machine and he speaks through Nick, I thought it was fucking sweet. So I kept Nick, only to find it never happened again.
Some of the most wasted potential in a character I've ever seen
He was a generic bad guy with no build up or non-lethal solutions. Then they decided to afterwards make him an actual character only to pull that Nick shit that he for some reason never does again despite it being a really cool premise.