This entire board must be purged.
Is your shitty game coming out this month? Have you put a pre order on it? Why are you excited and would you recommend it to other /v/irgins?
RE0 is the only main-line RE game I haven't finished but have picked up a few times, so I am excited for this port although it doesn't seem that great of a game desu and a lot of opinions seem to reflect that as well.
And Dragon's Dogma of course~
What games allow me to fight cyborgs/humanoid machines etc
You only hate games because you focus on the bad parts and ignore everything else.
>Sometimes the good outweighs the bad
This is all determined by your state of mind, whether you let it bother you or not.
You are not a critic, you are merely trying to enjoy a game. Why focus on the negative?
Why does everyone on /v/ have an undertale fetish ?
ITT: main characters that everyone hates but you like .
I'll start: I never minded Vaan, maybe cause I likes the game so much, but I was surprised later to find out everyone hates Vaan.
I like seeing how butthurt gamers get over Worst FF game + lowest HP character.
>mfw spamming tunnels with lightning
ITT: easy to learn, hard to master
Fusion felt like step backwards for the series. It relies too heavily on gimmicks. Deep as fuck lore tho.
So why the heck -wouldn't- I join the Institute?
-They actually make it look like it's 2278. The majority of wastelanders seem to have had their brains melted by radiation to the point they can't even figure out how to make a small wooden hut that doesn't look like it's about to fall over. Even the brotherhood can't actually invent shit, only patch together pre-collapse tech.
-Most powerful faction
-Waah they do science
-Waah robots shouldn't be slaves
P.S. Spoiler alert
Well I joined them cause the Synths amuse me plus long term goals.
Plus unlike Father wishes a lot of the scientists themselves have doubts which can be played in your own favour.
That and I wanted to gun down more things and BoS Vertibirds are always fun to shoot down.
Also break power armour on corpses they sell for the same amount broken as they do repaired.
>Double-ruin a large part of Boston for no appreciable gain so we can spoiler ruin Xenoblade Chronicles X for everyone.
>Destroy the institute to free the synths and pretty much guarantee there won't be any new ones, and if there are they'll be shitheads not made properly with like a 99% "go insane and shoot people" ratio.
>Let's unite the commonwealth, thank...
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If I can only get one, which do I go for?
New Order or The Old Blood?
variety counts to me (in gameplay or enemies or environments, whichever), but length/general amusement is important too.
Which would you go for?
Both games are mechanically the same. OB is much shorter but TNO had an insane amount of padding.
OB was more action driven whereas TNO was carried by its retarded plot.
You may as well buy both but OB felt like what a Wolfenstein game should have been
though you should probably just play RTCW again and somehow track down a copy of Wolfenstein 2009 while you're at it
ITT: Games with fantastic character design.
The Locust really are great from a design standpoint. They fit the GoW universe perfectly.
>Not maining a Cyclopse Sniper
It's like people want to have shit taste or something.
>maining a literal drone
Nigga that shit an't my boy R, double A, M.
So I'm planning to buy a controller finally for my PC, and i was looking at the Xbone controller, but as i understand i cant use the wireless controller, only with a cable on the PC ?
is this right ? thanks for the answers guys
Microsoft uses some proprietary wireless signal instead of Bluetooth, so you have to shill out $15 for the official microsoft dongle when it finally comes out.
That being said, Wired 360 controller is your best bet.
It's cheap, and reliable.
Also you could go for a DS3 controller if you're into Psx/PS2 emulation.
That also works well, and it's what I've used for like 5-6 years
Xbone controller is a great controller, possibly the best right now.
360 controller is pretty good but the shit dpad makes emulation frustrating.
My personal favorite is the nintendo wii u pro controller. Amazing dpad, 80 HOUR on use battery life, and i really like the layout with upper sticks and lower dpad/buttons. Its only downside are the digital triggers which makes emulating the gamecube a pain.
Are there any good RPGs with classless systems?
Good morning, /v/. I hear break's over for a lot of you, so what're you playing once you get back home?