Early levels magnify the issue. I never had problem with it because I understood the mechanic and its basis in tabletop style dice rolls. What made the game great was the world and the freedom to break systems.
>put 0 skill into longswords
>never used a longsword before
>fight people with a longsword
>can't hit shit
omfg shit combat system artificial difficulty better uninstall
Don't push your tolerance shit on me, I'm not the one that basically admitted being gay and having a transgender girlfriend
Boring convoluted story, gay as fuck characters, endless unskippable cutscenes.
FFVII is shit. Search your feelings, you know it to be true.
Best game ever? Pic related. From before FFVII ruined the genre.
mfw people look to an oversaturated game as a model for their arguement
You admitted to being gay when you posted the ff7 pic.
I'm sorry that there's no psychiatric help for people with your condition anymore.
no you're right, i much prefer it when all enemies everywhere level up with you, so you can kill anything you face all the time without getting your ass kicked once, regardless of whether you're level 1 or 40. truly makes me feel like the effort of training my skills up pays off!
No no, that didn't admit anything. It's that you're a typical fat fuck who takes opinions on video games too seriously. Get up and smell your computer chair, I bet it smells like straight ass you unhygienic fat fuck.
Are you looking forward to Torment: Tides of Numenera?
There was a game a played a lot of on PS1 (found it from a demo disc), but I can't remember the name
It was an isometric top down kind of camera view, party based fighting and combat encounters would come up randomly while you were moving. I remember it being pretty hard, I think the name began with an A but I'm not sure
This is not a personal favorite thread, it's a best game thread. Nostalgia doesn't count because your experience doesn't translate to other people.
Top games of the last few years are much better than top games from 5-10 years ago. It's a fact that comes with better hardware and software.
Pic related. My childhood favorite, but I'm not going to pretend that it compares well against modern games.
Modern games aren't even games, they are micro transaction driven shit fests
This opinion came out of a supply drop
What d you mean? Indy games are jumping on the micro transaction bandwagon also
The ones I play / like don't. There may be some who do, but the other aspect that sets indie games apart from AAA titles is that they usually aren't as derivative or simply rehashes of what worked last year. This is the main reason that I enjoy indie games.
no need for them with the great modding community IMO
Really pushing the upset shit on me huh, you still must be butthurt over being a faggot from playing ff7.
Look dude, sorry you are gay and most people still hate faggots because they are sick in the head. Have you though of trying to get help? YOu don't have to be a homosexual you know
That's not really recent at all. I was hoping for something with modern graphics and gameplay, just without any jewish money grabbing
It does have DLC's, some quite shitty looking ones at that, but the modding is tempting
Both have DLC (well DS3 will) and DS3 has released in a kind of shitty state for the hardcore players, with no signs of it being fixed anytime soon, also I don't have a PS4, although I do own Bloodborne anyway...
The Elder Scroll Series
Maff Effect 1-2 (Ignore 3)
Dragon Age: UE
Fallout Series (Pretty Good)
GTA Series (Finally some nudity)
...but there is one they fear, in their tongue StinMun, Freeman! GORDON FREEMAN!
DLC and microtransactions are great. What are you complaining about? Having the option to instantly unlock content instead of grinding for hours/days/weeks is a much needed improvement over the old grindwall format. Some of us value our free time and don't want to spend it doing work that has no tangible reward.
Maybe you're not old enough to remember, but SNES games used to be a lot more expensive than games today. It wasn't unusual to see a new cartridge at $70 or more, the total content was much smaller with lower quality, and bugs were a permanent feature.
Thank god those days are gone.
I never played that, but a friend of mine did. He always talked about how good it was and how the community was great.
There would be player made towns out in the middle of nowhere that you would just stumble across.
But then he said how it started getting quiet, and the towns became ghost towns.
He was a Jedi in the old game, which was a huge deal he always said.
Then he logged in one day, and they'd made Jedi a player class and he said there were fucking hundreds of Jedi all lightsaber fighting in the streets.
And he was given a special hilt, or light blade or something.
He quit shortly after.
"Oh, I value my free time, so much so that I'm willing to shell out even more money to get endgame items and unlockables now instead of having to actually stop my busy, busy day to actually play the game."
pepperidge farm remembers. I never paid $70 for a game in my life. I also don't remember very many bugs in SNES games(that you hit in real life, not some shit an autist with an emulator figured out). I do remember being able to rent games for the weekend and try them out before buying.
groundbreaking game but boring as fuck.
Does Kronos have any RP community at all?
I started WoW on the Argent Dawn server cos a friend was on it. And even though RP wasn't something that was 100%, like I imagined it would be, it was always something extra, on top of raids, and grind and dailies.
It was good to be able to drop into an RP group and talk about character histories or adventures. The relationship shit pissed me off, but it was a part of it all, so you accepted it.
I couldn't go back to WoW without there being some kind of RP element. It would feel like something was missing.
Did you just use the word tourist? Fuck these tumblr people are retarded
Damn your right, I fell right into it
Anyway, Here's my vote