ITT: Video game confessions.
Post popular games you've never played, guilty pleasures, etc.
I have over 200 hours of gameplay on the PS3 version of TF2
I personally believe Akiba's Trip: Undead and Undressed should be goty. Not for muh stripping or nudity, but because it feels like a good old-fashioned videogame, with a surprising amount of content/replayability, and it's only $40 new.
I never beat any bioware rpg except the mass effect games.
Haven't played any other Zelda game other than the first one for NES, years ago.
Never gave the mass effect games a try
Only played Funfield Pretty Awesome 2 as far as battlefield games go.
Never touched a call of duty game.
I go back and 100% run through both Oddworld games (Oddysee and Exxodus) once or twice a year.
I have 10k hours in monster hunter tri. I can't wait for 4U to come here so I can play the shit out of it
Fire Emblem 4 is overrated thrash
Final Fantasy 5 is the best final fantasy, everything after was downhill.
Yes, especially if you like Way of the Samurai.
Much of the dialogue is very "modern", but not as meme-happy as Guacamelee or anything. All of the characters are enjoyable, weapons are satisfying to use, and there are a bunch of stripping animation styles to choose from (including a JoJo/Kenshiro style).
I own a 360 with Kinect, which I regularly use to play Just Dance 4
The most time I have spent on a game is only 180 hours, and it was on Persona 3 Portable
I liked Oblivion more on xbox than on PC
I enjoy FIFA. I know that EA are a bunch of faggots and it's the same game ever year, but it's one of the few games that all my cousins enjoy playing when we get together. I prefer DKCR to the original DKC trilogy. Haven't played Tropical Freeze yet but if it's like DKCR without the waggle, it will probably be my favourite. I enjoyed the DS Zelda games
I've bought and enjoyed every Seiken Densetsu game to be released.
>mfw those trading and gold mechanics
It was lucky to have a decent story. Otherwise I'd have dropped it at around ch3.
I own a mac and I love it, but there are just not enough games for it I played the crap outta tf2 and am now trying to get into Xonotic but the only nearby regular server is brony shit I want to play MGS 5 but no monies or consoles
Never played any Metal Gear, SMT/Persona, Ratchet & Clank, Sly Cooper, Jak & Daxter, Assassin's Creed, Crash bandicoot, Spyro, Kingdom Hearts, God of War, Elder Scrolls, Half-life, Monkey Island, Myst, System Shock/Bioshock, Hitman, Total War, Halo, gears of War, Call of Duty, Medal of Honor, game, nor any Clover/Platinum or Team Ico titles.
I tried playing Pokemon a couple of times and it was boring as fuck. Even the collectathon element, which should be one of its main draws, was weak and unsatisfying. I can only imagine its lingering popularity to be due to nostalgia, which only reinforced my notion that it was the Call of Duty of a previous generation.
I have over 2000 hours in tf2 Xbox 360.
Modding my friend. The source engine is amazing. As far as custom content like game modes the only things stopping you are your imagination and knowledge of the source engine.
The Legend of Queen Opala I&II rank amongst my favorite "JRPGs"
I just did a replay of Half-Life 2 after a few years and I
thought it was fantastic. I honestly prefer it to the first game. I will probably never understand why /v/ almost unanimously dislikes it now.
I long for a revival of the music genre in the West. Not a complete overload like it was in 2008-2010, but at least more Rock Band DLC or band-oriented games. All that seems to be left is Rocksmith. Also, with no more plastic instruments being made, I have no idea what the fuck I'll do once my guitars break (my drums have already essentially bit the dust). Hopefully Amplitude will kick up some interest.
My favorite Final Fantasy game is
Did you beat Dark Souls? I found DeS to be much easier than DaS, though that's probably because I played DaS first.
The only part of DeS that really stumped me was the Maneaters (also I had no idea how the fuck World Tendency worked).
Well since I really enjoyed the first one I was really really looking forward to the second game. While it had many improvements in terms of graphics and gameplay, the game was a step down in some other aspects
The world, exploration, leveling, side questsand felt rushed at times. Getting equipment that you can't use in some post game quest because leveling is almost impossible, world items that clearly were meant to have some purpose but the content was cut yet the items remained.