>final boss is a dragon
>"THE SCALES ARE TIPPED IN MY FAVOR!"
Look at this Nep.
What dead online multiplayer game would you be willing to go back in time to enjoy again?
I didn't get to play much of it when it was alive but oh shit it was fun while it lasted
What's the most fun Battlefield game?
I'm on winter break from college, bored out of my fucking mind, and it's been snowing the entire day.
What's a free single-player game I can sink hours of stupid, repeatable fun into and not have any commitment story wise?
Also, how's your winter coming along?
Do I get one of these or blow 200$ on steam.
So it is downhill from here huh?
What did the other games do so wrong that they got drastically lower scores?
Was Unity Co-Op ever any fun? It looked like a good idea.
What is Syndicate gimmick in all this?
After AC3 the saga become fucking horrible story wise. Literally zero percent contributions to the storyline.They made an Assassin's Creed game where the character doesn't do anything useful until the 11th sequence (Out of 12). Just throwing my two cents.
Summer Lesson is only a tech demo.
Harada needs more people to show demand before he can make it a full game.
OFFICIAL COD POWER RANKINGS:
>1. Black Ops
>2. Modern Warfare 2
>3. 4: Modern Warfare
>4. Black Ops 2
>5. World at War
>6. Black Ops 3
>7. Advanced Warfare
>8. Modern Warfare 3
>implying anyone played the first three
Which capeshit company has the better games?
In recent memory? DC
Marvel has had a bunch of decent games for Spiderman/Wolverine/Ultimate Alliance/MvC, DC has the BamHam series (which amounts to maybe 3 good games) and nothing else.
Marvel just becuase the Capcom fighting games.
And IMO 'cause some of the Spidey games, I liked the the endless runner. Also Marvel Future Fight is OK. And they had Ultimate Alliance too...
Arkham was the only decent DC had, and they already oversaturated that with mediocrity. Yeah, something Bat-related being oversaturated, what a shocker, right?
What is this gross ass shit? Any way to make it go away, like from my graphics card?
this is what happens when nips try to make PC games
ITT: Characters who are universally liked.
>just recently finished 100%ing VLR
>knew a fair amount of spoilers beforehand but still got some goosebumps here and there
>can't read Q&A because both official game website and publisher website is down
Welp can we get the generic weekly Zero Escape thread going?
Really bummed that
Junpeigot a rather shitty end and we don't know why the fuck Sigmalost his arms and eye.
I'm assuming that this is now officially part of the
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Is Bayo the most powerful character is smash?
>find out 62 year old colleague plays vidya
>used to play a lot on pc
>knows his shit too
>now just plays console stuff like Destiny
Is there an age where you become "too old" for video games?
I've noticed a lot in recent years that it's become more acceptable to talk about vidya just about anywhere, especially at work. I asked around at my job and after a while I estimated more than half of my department (200+) played video games in some way or another via console or PC ( I excluded games played on a mobile phone ) Now what I found interesting is that my department didn't just make up of 18-25 year old males, no, It was a hugely diverse group of all ages, genders and races. Infact, off the top of my head, I'd have to say the average age was around 30, which does tie in with articles online about the average age of a gamer.
As long as nothing prevents it, we'll be in our 60s one day, will you still be gaming then?