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Will The Division on PC look like this? If not I'm honestly not buying it I'll be so fucking disappointed
>What happened to technological advancement?
We allowed consoles to dominate the market, meaning most games are designed around ancient hardware.
The advancement is there, but it's just small stuff now until we reach a point where consoles can come close to matching the raw power of PCs.
ITT : Closeted gay characters in vidya
So, used a bit of my Christmas money to buy Season 1 of this. Have any of you played it? Was it enjoyable? I liked Beyond: Two Souls and loved Heavy Rain.
Also, I'm only half way through the first episode. Please no spoilers. :(
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Guess I'll repost this.
Pic related and a tonne of Bundle keys
>buy wii u exclusively for bayonetta 2
>beat it , love it
>eyeing next game for wii u
>narrow it down to dong freeze
should i go for it? is this a well liked game over here?
thanks for the help
>Draw a boy
>Call it a girl
Exactly why is this allowed, again?
Ebin mem frend! :3
Have you ever dropped a game purely for its shitty story, even if you liked the gameplay a fair bit?
Almost. I stuck with it to watch Kuja die. It was very unsatisfying.
COD is better then any other game. It eis supperior because it is on console. I know because i em an 12 yer old atheist. Here is pick for you
Is there a way for RTS games to be played on console without it being shit?
What JRPG has the best TURN BASED COMBAT? Is it pic related? Is it something else? What's the most fun TURN BASED game you've ever played? What TURN BASED COMBAT has the most depth?
I'm just kind of wondering if there have been any JRPGs or SRPGs (or any other similar turn-based Japanese RPGs) that have challenged the formula this generation
Every SRPG I see is the same Final Fantasy Tactics and Disgaea derivative. Grid-based movement, bonus damage from behind, gang up on enemies for an advantage, little to no actual STRATEGY involved.
And as far as regular JRPGs go, I haven't seen anything that challenges the formula since maybe Eternal Sonata. We regularly get new Final Fantasy titles and remakes or Shin Megami Tensei games, but...
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/v/, did I ever tell you the definition of insanity?
Doing the exact same fucking thing
Over and over again
Shit to change.
That is crazy.
And I don't mean in a "omg I feel so bad" terrible, I mean a "wow, this is not fun at all" terrible. The game literally becomes a walking simulator because the puzzles are already done for you, so there's absolutely nothing else to do in the overworld. I get that the world is supposed to feel lifeless because of my actions, but that doesn't really make up for bland world design.
And in order to get the ACTUAL genocide ending, you need to kill absolutely every single enemy in each area. This is made especially tedious by the decreasing encounter chance as you kill more enemies (again, I understand that's supposed to represent your genocidal actions, but that doesn't excuse the tedium.)
And the best part? There's only two actual boss fights in this route. Every other "boss" is immediately one-shotted by you upon encounter. Gee, what fun.
I get what the game is saying: Genocide is bad and you should feel bad. But damn, that was such a forgettable gameplay experience. At least let me have fun being Hitler, Toby.
The pacifist run is noticeably better, but not to the extent where I think its deserving of all the damn cock-sucking the game receives on a daily basis.