RISK OF CRASH
With an amiibo exclusive dungeon now confirmed, are you glad you preordered yours?
Will you be picking up the new Naruto game?
>last game 3 out of 5 matches were vs Itachi
Guys I really want to like The Division. I want to buy into the hype. But these watered down mmo-esque games never turn out like they're advertised. And it's fucking Ubisoft.. Division thread I guess
When will they go back to fantasy FF like FFIV/FFV/FFVI/FFIX/FFXII?
Wasn't XIV fantasy as hell
or does that not count
WoFF looks like it might be that as well
As for mainline FF, who knows they change all the time, XV only stuck with a tech world because it was once a part of XIII
Now that I think of it though, don't all have some layer of machina/mechs, when does the line draw on not fantasy enough
18th century Britain and its colonies plus some Roman Empire
If by fantasy you mean "generic European middle ages", then FF doesn't do it much. That setting is also pure shit.
/v/ was fucking wrong again
/v/ is not one person
/v/ also has a large contingent of entrenched dota / lol players who refuse to believe their games might be stagnant shitholes with awful design that lock you into a room with awful people for 60+ minutes.
What is Kingdom Hearts?
'All dlc should be free' they said, 'We want to make a statement' they said.
They said all small DLC, and they did add a bunch of free small DLC, and that anything substantial would be paid.
There is a huge difference between charging 5 dollars for a cosmetic armor set and charging 10 for a 10-15 expansion and later 20 for a 20+ hour expansion in an entire new region.
Well why haven't you bought a PS4 yet /v/?
Do you really want to miss all these great EXCLUSIVES?
Which one are you getting?
>there will never be a complete edition/remaster of this work of art
Why do you pretend that this game doesn't exist, Capcom?
I don't game much, but I try to never skip a Zelda. Now I hear that Twilight Princess HD is going to have content locked behind a scannable plastic toy, what the hell? How is this guy still in charge?
Which one, /v/?
Reddit picked 89% Steampunk