Ok I'm /v/ as FUCK, but the hate for this game is kinda bullshit
Is this the best Souls, No actually the best video game In the last 5 years ?
When and how did you decide which build that you're going for in this game? My hunter is still a jack of all trades master of none and I'm already at Mensis.
My first play throughs in souls games are always like that. Pick up everything and see what you fancy. On your next run you make a build based around that particular weapon(s)
Just about every sequel gets shit on by /v/, either because its a downgrade, a rehash, or an unwelcome departure from the original.
What are some sequels that you feel are as good as, or superior to the original?
Shantae and the Pirate's Curse is the third game in the series and by far the best.
It's also very possible the upcoming Half-Genie Hero will be even better than that
How's the story to this one? I want to get it but if the story isn't worth it like the others I'm not sure i want to put the time in
The story is pretty good and so is the post-game content.
The ost is fantastic, they added a temporary buff system to make the gameplay a little more interesting, and it's surprisingly difficult.
It's as good, if not better than explorers of time/darkness/sky.
I actually went out and bought a copy after I pirated it that's how much I liked it, personally
Is DayZ dead?
Ok I'm /v/ as FUCK, but the hate for this game is kinda bullshit
>Simon says combat
>Slow as fuck unless you buy the Definitive Edition
>The only purpose different weapons serve is to defeat certain enemies
>Lame ass characters that try way too hard to be series
>Soundtrack is nothing special
It's not as bad as /v/ makes it out to be, but it's still not that good. I don't see why anyone would play this game over something like MGR, Bayonetta, or DMC4:SE
Even if you don't draw any comparisons to the previous DMC entries, it's a pretty weak action game.
This is the reason the game gets more hate than DMC2. The developer inexplicably decided to antagonize the fanbase.
This guy used to have 6k+ viewers, literally 10 times less now.
It's happening, Twitch viewbotters are going down, boys.
You are now the gatekeeper of /v/!
Choose up to 5 games.
Everyone who want to post here, needs at least 100 hours played in your games of choice.
Rate the whole smash series from best to worst.
1. wii u
4. the original.
>i guess pic is related?
When does this thing gets fun?
Left or Right?
What's your favorite Mario Party and why is it 1?
What games have some good escort missions?
Jokes and memes aside is this game worth looking into? I'm seriously burned out on Terraria and wonder if this is actually good.
You'd expect it to be good with friends but the game is pretty much meant for singleplayer, playing with friends just means you fight for the little loot you get and for what spaceship you're gonna main and doing quests 5x amount of times
It's a serious question though, I've beaten Moon Lord a total of 36 times. I have 9 expert mode characters with practically every item in the game. I got 99 platnum in each piggy bank...I'm fucking burned out! What else is there to do? I fought all there is to fight...I've built every imaginable thing. I want somethimg fresh to wast my life on now.
>There must always be a lich king
memes aside, how does this make any sense. How the fuck are the scourge not more of a threat when they are organized.
Because the Lich King controls their entire will, if he/she is a decent person they can just have them gather in one place and hold them from attacking anyone
Without this control the undead would just run amok attacking anyone and everything. They wouldn't be as effective as an organised army, but the Scourge are numerous enough that they would still pose a threat regardless
The worst case scenario is someone with evil intent becoming Lich King and organising the Scourge into a true unstoppable army, but supposedly Arthas' last vestiges of humanity preventing...
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This. Arthas was keeping the scourge in check but slowly being overcome. If unleashed the scourge would kill half of the living at least, and be impossible to fully irradicate. In 2 xpacs we can have a content patch focused on either re-purifying Bolvar or figuring out some other solution, like using the scourge as foot soldiers against the legion for the final battle
This game sucked
I have to agree. I thought it was a 3D platformer but the only time you ever jumped between platforms was the training course at the beginning of the game. The rest of the game was just walking through hallways and mashing square.
Sony exclusives are always shovelware for some reason. They just don't "get" it. At least it was only $40 instead of $60.
YOU GROVE, YOU LOSE.
>find out girlfriend is subscribed to game grumps on youtube
>unsubscribe from girlfriend irl
Look at your keyboard between T and O
What was this character's endgame?
>Adol abandons another blue haired girl
He's going to remain a virgin his whole life if he keeps this up
Would you buy it if the NX looked like this?
This is my first Witcher game. I did play the witcher 1 for like 10 minutes and wasn't my thing.
What's the general consensus of the series? what's considered the best one? should I give the first one a try again? is the 2nd game any good?
What the fuck was his problem?
Whats your favourite Open World game ?
Quick, claim your failed consolefu before someone else does.
The Sega Microsoft collaborated Dreamcast.
If it didn't fall though we would have had a better dreamcast and we wouldn't have had sega die as well as never would have had the Xbox brand of console appear.
Anyone care this "game" comes out on Tuesday?
Dunno much about it other than it's made by the Journey guys I think,and I never played that. It's awfully pretty though.
Just beat this shit on Furier difficulty. Is this anyone else's goty so far? It's short as fuck, but the gameplay is just so tight, it oozes style and atmosphere, the music is adrenaline pumping, and it's all about good boss battles.
It's like this game was made for me.
Rebounded on it hard myself.
I like the base idea, not so much the pacing of the fights.
There's definitely talent and skill on display here, and I hope the studio flourishes to get some real masterpiece in due time.
I'm surprised by how many people I've seen that outright don't like it considering how much I enjoyed it.
I understand why some people might be frustrated with having to restart the entire fight to attempt the difficulty spike at the end again, but I think it just makes it more tense. I hate it when there's a checkpoint mid boss fight, it makes the whole thing seem trivial.