Hi /v/, just popping in to shill some stuff.
Nordic games sale on Steam
You like difficult RPGs? Play some Gothic 2: Gold Edition.
>Difficult games are fun
>Dying over and over again is fun
Huh. Now that you mention it the combat IS a lot like thief's. The bow has a %chance to miss based on your skills though, but the melee combat is very similar.
Setting is completely different though. Instead of being a selfish prick who steals everything and gets wealthy, you're a selfish prick who kills 6 dragons and saves the world.
The fun comes when you STOP dying over and over, and realise that you have become gud.
You would know that, if you had reached the point.
Yes, the dying over and over sucks. But you overcome it quickly, and then you get to enjoy how much you've improved as a player.
>mods delete my thread asking /v/ what are the best deals of the same
>when no other threads were up
wow this place has gone to shit. keep the 100 fallout threads up tho ;)
If you enjoyed Undertale, you should play Cargo: The Quest For Gravity.
It's ... actually completely nothing like Undertale at all.
But you probably won't notice, and enjoy it anyway.
Bonus points: The game isn't popular on tumblr, so you don't have to shitpost about it and hate it!
You mean The Elder Scrolls IV: New Vegas.
Good writing, but a horrible empty world, a slow walk speed, gameplay that is quite literally press V to win, and an engine that crashes all the time.
[Please don't mention Gothic 3]
>Dying over and over again.
That is its reputation though, Gothic I and Gothic II, especially with Night of the Raven added in, are considered quite hard by most people I've talked to. I can't say I really agree, but the amount of people that get stone walled by Gothic II is sort of interested, and also quite distressing at the same time.
Personally, I enjoyed them, but maybe I enjoy them and don't see the things as difficult so much as fun, I don't know. But the people I've come across that can't manage Gothic II are very, very real.
I was thinking of picking up the spellforce games. More out of curiosity than anything. Anyone got some hands on experience?
They're pretty good, the first game has better variety in races and spells, second game narrows it down but polishes a bit. It's sort of like WC3 if heros were as developed as in actual RPG games, there was gorilion races and units but overall rougher around the edges.