Any good games that deals with physical deformation?
>Artificial Difficulty: The Game
Define artificial difficulty & real difficulty.
Your definition may not consist entirely of examples.
>$2500 for a single ship
>$15000 for a single 'package'
>people have unironically bought this before the game is even finished
Is this the largest scam in the history of videogames?
It's just the people of our generation who actually became successful needing to blow their money on something.
What else but video games?
When you're rich you don't give a fuck if it's tangible or not, you throw your disposable cash at what you enjoy.
(Or in SC's case, might enjoy at a later date.)
It's like an investment. There's no guaranteed payoff.
If rich people indiscriminately throwing their money around increases the chances of a good game emerging, why complain?
Why don't you donate on a Kickstarter to new game from the creator of The Old Republic /v/?
So I completely missed out on this series when I had a GBA.
Are these games worth emulating, /v/? Do you have any protips for me?
it's the 25th guys
Help me get into this, /v/.
(Yes, this one specifically. It's the only one I own.)
Awesome game, the difficulty is definitely up there. But because of this it makes every hunt feel that much more rewarding. Probably my most played psp game. i r8 8/8 m8.
Are there any vidya series that you SHOULDN'T play in production order?
What arcana would you be?
>You sometimes feel that you are pushed along in life, and do not have control over your existence. You need to take control of your life and load the dice.
Of course it would be. Fuck everything.
>you are not the chosen one
the entire horror genre needs to stop
>i'll use my speed to defeat him
Why did they have to use the Garfield "pie in the face" sound effect for that part?
It made it so much more awehorrifying.
So my job has me sitting around for 15 hours a day not really doing much and I was thinkin about picking up this game, problem is I've never played a monster hunter game in my life (Cause am gay pleb trash)
They look hella fun but I'm a little intimidated that I won't understand it right away. The whole making armor, grinding monsters for parts ect
So I guess my question is: A. Is it worth the money? And B. Is it fairly easy to get into? Does it do a good job helping along noobs like me?
For 40 dollars you're getting easily over 1000 hours of content.
In not even joking anon. Here's my 3U hours.