We all know about the BEST, the TOP, the games that defined the DS. But what about those hidden gems? That Licensed game that turned to be quite good, that japan only game that got a translation and everyone should try, etc. Post them /v/
Slightly-Better-Than-iOS tier, but still a solid little ARPG
>better bring my best people
>what's this red orb in my way?
>it says to give it a torch
Where were you when you learned the true meaning of pain?
Did you at least manage to run away?
I really want this game because I really like the idea of
Leprosybut a friend of mine tells me it's repetitive and the reviews have been getting really negative of late. Plus, it's been in early access way longer than it was supposed to be.
Is it worth it? Pros/cons?
Why were these guys so hated again?
Snipers are always hated by the people they've been tasked will killing. with a sniper it isn't indiscriminate, its precise and targeted, they shot YOU specifically on purpose. These guys did wetwork in Laos and somebody from there hired you to take them out. Ain't complicated.
Should I get it?
No. Do not. Wait for Dark Souls 3. As much content that version of Dark Souls 2 may have, I recommend being part of the initial community of Dark Souls 3.
Souls games are the best when a Meta hasn't quite developed, so you can enjoy invading/defending much more than you would if you entered the game late.
And frankly, if this is your first Souls game, you might as well just have Dark Souls 3 be your first one.
Well, I've fully finished Nier.
I don't think I've ever played a game that has crushed me this hard emotionally.
You haven't been truly crushed until you begin the second playthrough and you know what the Shades are saying. I had to stop playing because I was playing Nier a lot and I couldn't take it anymore; the game will crush your soul.
You realize that you are an absolute monster.
What are really good spin off games?
Besides the OP pic, I have fond memories of the 3D Gamecube Pokemon games.
Its a shame you can discuss those games without the topic getting derailed.
Bought this on a whim during the sale, I'm a fighting game noob. The art is nice and the characters seem to have diverse fighting styles.
What should I do first after the tutorial? Story? Arcade?
Is there a character that would be best suited for a noob such as myself?
Why do I want to fug the squirrel?
Will it be gud?
May is only 5~ months away now.
TOP 10 BEST ORIGINAL KINGDOM HEARTS CHARACTERS
Axel/Lea > Roxas > Riku > Vanitas > Aqua > Sora > Xigbar/Braig > Master Xehanort > Xemnas > SUBMIT
Agreed? How's my taste? Anyways, Kingdom Hearts thread
Now answer me honestly.
In Sword Art Online, the characters went into a Virtual Reality MMO and were unable to log out. Forceful attempts to disconnect them from the game would result in the characters death. The characters were informed that the only way to exit the game was to complete it, by going through the content and then defeating the final boss. ( For scale, there are 100 floors, you start on floor 1 and it took months for the characters to reach floor 2 ) Each floor has it's own boss which must be defeated to reach the next floor. The bosses are very hard...
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It is so entertaining and It's very fun. Get. It. Now.
>It's very fun
That is not a reason to buy a video game, or even recommend it to someone else.
What the fuck were you possibly hoping to accomplish with the most blatant bait quasi-shill post for this game that no one gives a shit about?
Post your weapon-fu before somebody else claims it.
was he really too big /v/?