I just watched The Raid: Redemption for the first time (I know, 2 years too late), and now I'm itching to get the adrenaline out with an FPS full of cramped corridors, big guns, and tense, bloody firefights. What does /v/ play when it's on the high you get after a really good action movie?
Also, before you list any of them, I've played the hell out of the Doom, S.T.A.L.K.E.R., and Counter Strike series already.
The Raid: Redemption game using Rainbow Six: Siege's engine when???
If you don't mind third person shooters, the Max Payne games describe what you're looking for.
>/v/ - Video Games
I figured as much. The Raid was nice, compact little film that existed solely to show off kickass close-quarters action scenes. Throwing in a sequel with a much broader scope hoping to keep the magic of the original just sounded too ambitious to really work.
>the raid game as a hotline miami 2 mod
Don't mind me, just being one of the most underrated shooters from the past gen.
What made the first one work so well was that it was tight, fast and hard hitting and the second one lost all of that.
It was one of the better action films of the year for sure, but it was overlong and poorly paced. And terrible characters.
Funny - I was thinking about F.E.A.R. even before I came to this thread, but stopped myself because I wasn't sure how much of it was shooting vs horror. But I guess it's exactly what I'm looking for, then.
>All these raid 2 contrarians
I guess it's inevitable whenever shit gets popular too fast
If you can emulate PS2 game I'd recommend Black.
If you cant emulate get the xbox version
This whole game is like a really well done chinese crime action movie that got cut up in editing and released in America.
Oh my bad I guess. I had no idea about how it runs since I've only played it on my PS2
Probably nothing. I guess I should have said popular tv and movies.
Yeah, I still flip through /tv/ but I rarely ever find a thread worth reading, much less posting in. Every now and again I'll find a decent scifi thread, but they usually 404 before 100 posts. I fucking love Star Trek threads on /v/
>Yeah, I still flip through /tv/ but I rarely ever find a thread worth reading
I went back to it after a year and the very first thread was of a Disney kid and OP asking if anyone would fuck her. I left and haven't been back since.
>Constant stream of action and fighting
>The Raid 2
>Lots of action with a pretty good, if overdone, undercover cop/mafia plot. More attention paid to characters and slower paced.
Both are excellent movies and not watching either is doing yourself a disservice. The better movie is whichever type of movie appeals to you more.
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First time I played FEAR I didn't know about the slow motion shit. If it said something about it I missed it, or possibly I started the game, and put it away for a while and forgot. I played for quite a while just playing duck and cover tactics not really getting why it was so popular. Then I accidentally hit the slow motion button, and the game became so much more fun.
Fuck I loved Police 911. It just felt so smooth and natural and badass dodging bullets and shooting katana assholes in the face. And I always loved how the main character wasn't some extreme John Woo badass, he was just some dumpy Japanese guy in a police uniform.
Muh nig. Bums me out to this day that no source game has even come close to having a similar level of movement and melee.
>melee attacks that vary in damage and animation by rotating in mid air or crouch when you hit
>being able to dive, front/back flip, hop off walls, or do a mix of all three
>dozens of weapons, all with unique stats and types of attachments
nothing like juking someone by jumping up a wall, flipping off of it as they follow you, and fucking them up with a thrown knife or shotty shell in the back.
also dug running right at other enemies, diving with the bullet time shit, and cutting them the fuck up as I'm maneuvering by in slow mo