>/v/ tells you a game is good
>it's actually shit
What's her name /v/? For me it's this piece of shit. I played it for roughly 6 hours but that's where I draw the line. First of all there isn't any gameplay whatsoever and second this game is like everything that is wrong with anime in one package. You got your retarded moeblob who does nothing but talk about food, your overweight best friend character who does nothing but sit infront of his fucking PC and then those useless faggot....
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>If they do it for a reason, that makes it automatically not autistic, and you can't call it annoying!
Why is it always the dragon-type creatures that are more than willing to stay by your side through thick or thin?
Has anyone played this? If so, what are your thoughts?
I'm not a big FF fan, but I like Tactical RPGs, so is this a decent pick up?
>Less than two medics on your team at any time
Why don't people play medic? He is fun as fuck and 100% required in your team. I love playing him but always hate being the lone guy doing it and hate it even more when I am at 80%+ charge and my heavy/solider/whoever the fuck goes in and just dies right before it's up.
TF2 is shit because the people that play it are shit.
BECAUSE OF THE WONDERFUL THINGS HE DOES!
What's the best old wrestling game? 5th gen and earlier.
I legit put over 800 hours into KoC 2.
It's so fucking good.
While the Steam sale is still going on, are there any good turn-based games I should pick up?
My most played game on Steam is Civ V, but X-COM is a close second. I've also put a lot of hours into Darkest Dungeon, but the stress of it is starting to eat away at me on the inside.
What would you guys recommend?
was it really that bad?
what are some games that let me be a hacker?
I tried the Hacker Evolution games and they were great, but im hungry for more. I like the idea of being a criminal mastermind who controls shit from the shadows
inb4 shit like watch_dogs wherein "hacking" is nothing more than pressing a button
Since the RTS genre is stagnating somewhat, what mechanics would you add to make them better?
>Have a loyalty mechanic. During a battle, almost every unit has maximum loyalty but everytime they are damaged, they lose loyalty. The less loyalty they have, less chance they listen to your orders. If they haven't died by the time their loyalty reaches zero, they will run off and be uncontrollable. This gives a stategy to make sure you come out with the least ammount of damage instead of bumrushing everything.
All mustards fall in.
Post builds, builds to be, upgrades to be, advice, shills and mustard exclusive videogames.
Next is a new GPU and CPU when Pascal/Arctic Islands releases, followed by a PS4.
Looks like mine except for a slighly bigger rats nest at the bottom.
My favorite games are where you get to save the princess and she rewards you by letting you do the kissing
What are your favorite games?
The ones where I can grind forever for better gear to keep doing much stuff that lets me get even better gear.
That way at least I can have at least one sense of accomplishment, even if it's entirely in vain.
Whats Ocarina of Time's biggest flaws?
Not to sound like a shill, but is anyone else actually hopeful about Zelda Wii U? Seems like this might be the one where they acknowledge their previous mistakes and improve on everything.
It's unfortunate, but if nintendo ever made a truly great Zelda game, then the bar would be too high for another billion Zelda releases.
It just follows the pokemon strategy.
Don't believe nintendos lies.
What game has the best memes?