With so many shitty early access survival games similar to rust, are any of them actually worth playing?
No, Rust was always the best with the most dedicated development team. But even Rust lately is seeming to go off the rails to what the original vision was.
I think when Rust dies, that will be the end of the survival early access genre fad
I bought this game during the sale. It kept fucking crashing during loads, and the load times were fucking horrendous. I'm talking 5-10 minutes to get into the main menu, and 20-25 minutes to get into a game. It managed to crash my entire computer too.
I don't know what the fuck I expected buying an "early access survival game". Instant refund, never falling for the shills again.
I can't get mad at someone who sucks at a game so much they're stuck on the tutorial section for nearly an hour. It just fascinates me, it's like they reached a level of shit that's on such a grand scale it'd be impossible to achieve it without training everyday.
I envy Spoony 2bh.
>Rackets 2k a month (previously 5k) for doing absolutely nothing
>Has a GF that despite ugly, has good enough tits to get cummed on
>His GF literally serves as his doormat and takes care of him when he's sick and also sustains him economically
>All because he's an E-Celeb
Hey, has Nintendo ever heard of sales?
>expecting the most jewish company in existence to actually make sales
Even fucking EA of all things makes sales. Nintendo is a company that literally sells decade old games such as Mario Kart DS for fucking FULL price to this very day.
Describe the type of person that likes the original Xbox.
Who should I take with me?
Is there any reason I should play the first Witcher? Want to buy Witcher 2 to start playing the series (only got $4 left on dat steam card) and maybe get wild hunt on the next sale when I have more money.
If the only reason to play WItcher 1 is plot/lore I can just spend a few minutes on the wiki.
Witcher 1 is a good experience if you're not bothered by clunkiness and a clearly outdated game.
Witcher 2 is also clunky as fuck but better in a number of ways
I'd recommend starting with Witcher 3. It's much better than the two first in almost every way and is a fine starting point.
Just picked this up today because i had money and figured it would be nice to have this with the wii-u.
There's no doubt in my mind that this controller is God tier.
>Plugs into the system to charge
>PERFECT size and weight
The best thing about this controller is the godly battery life. Unfortunately, none of the competitors have battery life that comes even close to this controller, no doubt because of pointless draining gimmicks in the PS4's case.
Yeah, I absolutely hate the glossy trend in electronics. I find a good matte finish a lot more appealing, and there aren't fingerprint/scratch magnets.
>Crash Bandicoot is TWENTY years old
Top: Considered as an acceptable game
Bottom: Considered not as an acceptable game
top: An intro fmv that has nothing to do with game mechanics
bottom: Not an fmv (nice effort guys) that looks like garbage and is about game mechanics
And yes it is possible since Valve implemented this new feature
>want to replay mgs3
>remember that big boss is a cowardly faggot who betrays his friends and goes into hiding under a false identity
>no longer want to replay mgs3
>This is what FE is now
I TOLD YOU FUCKS NOT TO SUPPORT WAIFU EMBLEM. I TOLD YOU IT WOULD FUCK EVERYTHING UP.
YOU DIDN'T LISTEN. THIS IS THE FUTURE WE CHOSE
Can we agree that while still doing utterly terrible, 2015 was a good year for the Wii U?
It only had about 3 notable games released this year. I wouldn't call it a good year.
I'm still having plenty of enjoyment out of the console, but it definitely looks like Nintendo is ready to move on to the NX.
DON'T MIND ME just posting the best mini boss music
Why dont you own every platform, /v/?
2016 has so many exclusives, it'd be a shame to miss them.