Besides WayForward. Are there any other game Companies/creators/etc that are aware of the Rule 34's/lewds of their characters or even ones that approve of it?
AOS THREAD: MOUNTAINS & AUTISM EDITION
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What went wrong with this gen?
1st game: protagonist doesn't utter a syllable
Sequel: same protagonist doesn't shut the fuck up
What are some mindless games that you can play while listening to audiobooks? Something that requires no amount of thinking, where you just use your instincts
Is deadrising one better or equal to the second (I've only played the second) and also is the third one worth a play?
I NEED A
Saints Row Thread
2>3>1>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>and whatever the fuck came after it.
Why is it so hard for devs to make a good game about wizards?
What killed them /v/?
I suspect the lack of strong IP aside from Sonic. They had Shining Force, Phantasy Star, Shenmue, and... that's about it actually. Prior to the Playstation, they were THE console for third party developers due to lack of licensing jewry. And then the Saturn underdelivered at a higher launch price.
Still, there's no reason they should be doing as bad as they are, as a pure software dev and publisher. You almost have to pity them for licensing fangames now, because it shows how incompetent they are as developers.
first off, kill yourself if you think sega had a lack of strong ips. secondly, sega died when they went third party its as simple as that
It's been well documented that (somewhat one sided) tensions between Sega of Japan and Sega of America lead to the blunder no one wanted that was the 32X and a too early and botched Saturn launch that wasn't followed trough enough in the west, leading to debt that hung overhead even as the Dreamcast was doing well, resulting in restructuring of the company, Sammy merger and the bowing out of the hardware market. Better to survive in some form than go to war with the PS2 on shaky financial grounds.
With that in mind, Sega is actually doing pretty well today....
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Have you ever fallen in love with a character from a video game, /v/?
For me it was Quiet from MGSV, but Peach when I was a kid.
Don't be ashamed.
Why do people still to this day choose to believe that consoles are holding graphics back on PC when it's literally the opposite?
This is what console specs are capable of when optimized for and not held back by parity with low end PC's..
What's the point in having great graphics when only 5% of the PC audience will be able to play it. There's literally no money in it, hence why companies choose to keep developing for console first, PC second.
Come up with 8 unique worlds for a platformer that haven't been used before or have been used very rarely. No grass world - fire world - ice world - desert world etc. etc.
LMAOING at poorfags crying because of Dishonored 2
1070 and running 60 FPS on Ultra
>1070 and running 60 FPS on Ultra
Does the game not run well on weaker cards?
I played it a couple of months ago at en event and noticed frame drops even with an i7+GTX Titan (the new one)
PLaystation All Stars Battle Royale was a flawed game.. We know that. But not bad at all. If they made a sequel i'm sure we could se a really good game
Being a clone game does not mean that it is a bad game
give us health bars instead of supers and take notes from smash 4 on how to make hits feel impactful and you have a decent game
Also the roster needs more iconic characters and the menus need to not be shit (copy smash for this as well)
About to start this game for the first time.
Any tips, which alignment is good for a new player?
The Caesar has marked you for death, and the Legion obeys! Ready yourself for battle!
>kill vulpes and the other legionaries
>the assassins come by helios one
>all i have are 10mm pistols and cowboy repeaters
What game fits the bill?
It's been 10 years...
Did it deserve the hate?
I remember my wife (before we were married) bought me that travesty for my 25th birthday. I was so excited, I fired it up hoping for some simple 3D nostalgia festivities...what I got was an utter pile of dog shit. I traded it the next day. Fuck me it was shit. I didnt know what to do most of the time. Terrible game.
>he thinks video games are art
No one in or out of the field has ever been able to cite a game worthy of comparison with the great poets, filmmakers, novelists and poets.
I didn't know art had a guideline and rules to follow.
Is the closed beta over? Either way I'm looking for riders since I never use uplay and have no friends list. Add me if you want to schrop the gnar - LFchinatown on uplay
also hype thread for the open beta which starts in 4 days
It was a good game...just not 60 dollars good.
I think it's worth 30 at most. But I don't particularly like sports games so my opinion is poop. The wingsuit was cool, and snowboard tricks were really fun to do, so it has some really big potential.
Now if they would just make a Skate 4 I'd be happy.
>pale face, bags under eyes, his face is always grim
Did you like Pillars of Eternity?
I keep re-installing it because I want to give it more of a chance, but I'm just uninspired.
I am still in the bad-Church under the town trying to clear it of ghosts/skelletons or w/e is in it.
>video games are not art
Why are English voice actors in games better than most American voice actors?
What went wrong?
As a lesser used status, some games have a drunken status effect, and they're typically varied in design.
Do you prefer the versions where a drunken state means increased stats? Though they usually always have a decrease in accuracy to accompany it.
Or maybe the drunken states that strictly lowers stats?
Sometimes it's just a blurry vision filter, which doesn't really effect enemies though.
For all the drunkenness in games, I have yet to see one where a drunken buff is followed by a hangover debuff.
Have you played one before?
I've played a game where there was a hangover debuff. But for the life of me I can't remember what it was called.
I'm also reminded of the coffee-induced "Buzzed" buff in the Sims and the "Crashed" debuff that follows it.
As for my own preference? It depends on the game. If it's a game where I have a chance of hitting something when I swing at it (as opposed to hitbox-based hit determination), then I prefer the increased stats and decreased accuracy (Runescape...
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>Drunken states which strictly lower stats are dumb
In One Way Heroics, an alcoholic drink heals you, I wasn't really thinking about regaining health as counting towards lowered stats.
But you can also throw the bottle at a strong enemy before picking a fight, and they'll just take the debuff since there's no overhealing.
Also, your fairy companion has special arrows that gets enemies drunk when you shoot them.
Everquest had the best drunk debuff.
>moving caused you to sway back and forth
>fish eye vision
>symptoms get worse the more drunk you get until the game is almost unplayable while you wait for it to wear off
What are some other cool visual novel games like Danganronpa?
Also Hina best girl
Hina is old and busted. Angie is new brown hotness.
I know someone who owns a mom-and-pop game store. I was talking to him about the NES Classic Mini, apparently he got 150 pre-orders but Nintendo sent him zero. He had to disappoint all those people, and he never got a reason as to why he didn't get any.
What the fuck is Nintendo doing? They LITERALLY don't want people to buy this thing. What, are they in cahoots with resellers? How is this justifiable?
Shitty nip business practice
>lets generate x demand
>manufacture an ammount less than x
>therefore all of our manufactured goods will sell, whether or not we could sell more is irrelevant
When was the last time you upgraded your videogaming computer?
You DO play videogames on the PC, right, anon?
Thinking about getting a new screen.
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