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mfw tactics is probably coming to PC within the year.
So why hasn't Turn Based Strategy Games seen the light of the Competetive Scene?
>Is it to simple?
It could actually be really skilled-requiring if they made the maps bigger and more squares where you can move. If they increased the amount of units and balanced them out a bit, I'd think this could actually become a thing if someone would put the right amount of money into it.
Just look at Hearthstone, that game requires 0 Skill and still it gets up to 75k+ in the really...
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Reliving historical battles and cinematic setpieces seems really fun. Which are generally considered the best in the series?
The d-day stuff in Call of duty 2 seems cool , so I might check that out first.
Feel free to recommend any similar cinematic shooters
I always hear mixed reviews on this game and that the second half of the game is just a repeat of the first half. Is worth playing though?
Why isn't this on PC?
Will it be?
>if you skip the credits you skip the secret ending
>Credits never play unless you pick credits on the menu screen
Why did this series go so bad? What would /v/ like to see happen in the future?
What went so right with Super Smash Bros. Melee to make it such a beloved and enduring game?
Hey man, Fuck you. Dingdonging was a great mechanic.
Replaying KOTOR2 with the restored content mod
>Talking to T3
>That holo recorded of Canderous talking with Revan
>That holo recorded of Bastila
>He explains why the hyperdrive is malfunctioning
>He "explains" why Revan left
For god's sake Obsidian, you had to cut THIS?? It was the fucking plot of the game!
Restored content mod is cringeworthy shit
>step onto ship
>Kreia walks up to T3, fucking SCREAMS 'TRAITOR!!!'
>blasts it with force lightning and it falls over and short circuits
>no fucking mention of it.
So I heard XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a remake of the original one from the 90s.
Is it worth playing this and the original? Or should I just play one?
Both are worth playing but be warned that they're both played differently compared to each other
Also get Enemy within as it updates the base game and includes the options to gene mod your troops or turn them into spess mehreen dreadnoughts. The long war mod also exists to add new layers of complexity (and artificial difficulty) to the game
You should play both but the original will always be better than EU even with the xpac and mods.
The new one looks like it'll bring something new to the table and fit the remake model better. The remake was lacking in a lot of ways but still very enjoyable.
Why does Nintendo think Tropical Freeze and Minecraft are big announcements?
You know, Minecraft for the Vita has been on the top of the charts in Japan for a while now, it's pretty big for them to get it on the Wii U, though it's a shame that they don't make use of the tablet, wasted potential.
Bam Margera's Pro Skater when? It would have way better music than THPS.
God he's fat now. What happened?
Looks like his dad.
Can we just talk about the complexity of The Witcher 3 vs. the complexity of Fallout 4?
I've heard a lot about The Witcher 3 proving that complex RPGs work as well as the simplified RPG experiences like Fallout 4.
However, after thinking about it for more than a few seconds, it seems like The Witcher 3 is significantly less complex than Fallout 4. There is no character customization, there are less choices in the story, the leveling is just as complex (or otherwise), the combat is even more simple, and there are far less interactions.
What game has the best graphics, /V/?