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Discussion in 'Video Games & Weeaboo Shit' started by uberfukken, Jun 16, 2013.
Nothing. It's always hard to dredge the depths of other games after finishing an instant classic.
Playing this game again.
Can you play Heroes V by email?
Replaying Red Dead Redemption after beating Assassin's Creed Rogue. Life is good.
Been a mix of dota2/ league, Gears of War, and Ground Zeros.
Just got Halo 5 so after the 60 gig game and 9 gig update finish downloading ill move onto that.
I own a copy of Red Dead on the 360; do you have a problem where you start a new game and the loading screen never ends? I've found incidents of it on forums but I can't figure out how to get it to run.
Starcraft 2, eagerly awaiting the final installment to be released in two weeks
Anyone got his hands on overwatch?
Paradox bought White Wolf's IPs from CCP and has contacted Obsidian about a new title, so I felt a bit nostalgic. Using the (woefully unfinished) Sabbat Antitribu mod this time.
Both the Painful and Joyful. The soundtrack is great. It has a lot of humor that actually makes you laugh at times. Characters and writing are brilliant. There's also a lot of replay value because of the companion combinations you can make and the shit ton of secrets it has scattered across the map (oh and PAIN MODE too). Now the Joyful is a bit shorter, it's way harder and a emptier than the Painful. This is understandable considering who you play as in the Joyful and what your main mission is.
Darkness 2 because it was 2 bucks even tough I never played the first one.
man most i remember from that generation is fucked discs, red rings and bad party games. fucking terrible time
red dead was sweet though
also now playing smash bras
Divine Divinity. Its a 2002 game (Sure u heard about the Divinity series)
Isometic RPG similar to Diablo 2, but much more deeper and rich world at the cost of no multiplayer.
Just started and it amazes me how non-lineal, open and detailed the world is, with tons of things to do and diferent ways to achieve goals.
Really glad I decided to give it a shot.
Picked up a Wii recently and been playing Mario Glaxy and Zelda Twilight Princess. So far, I've been playing it more than the PS4.
Dark Souls for the challenge, Skyrim for the.. Vanilla game play of course.
I bought 3 Xbox 360. Two are red ringed dead and the first one I ever bought back in '09 is still alive. Strange!
A very simple choose-your-own-adventure game, but it was still fun.
fo4 ... soon
Playing Persona 4 Golden while waiting for June 2016
After I finish my run of P4G I'm going to play Muramasa Rebirth.
Pillars of Eternity.
Also, I've found a BurgerTime ripoff on the Linux Software Center.
Visual novel in anime style with multiple endings etc.
First I died by trying to remove an embedded arrow.
Then I got captured by some bitch's forces and lost my title.
Then I managed to survive long enough to be crowned.
Almost as grindy as part 1. How I survived through the original is still a mystery.
Purchased this today.
Just started my third day with Haruspex and I like it a lot so far.
After several years I got around to this. Pretty good, from what I've seen, although it can be pretty brutal and you're expected to be intimately familiar with the rules before you begin. Rules not included. Maybe it sucks and I just think Games Workshop shits gold.
Done with Fallout 4, now working through Starcraft 2: LOTV
After that I'll be going back to retro gaming because there isn't anything good coming out in the foreseeable future.
Been replaying Majora's Mask. Also Starcraft 2, cube/sandbox for Camelot Unchained.
I'm waiting for Space Pirates & Zombies 2 (Spaz 2), part 1 was really good.
I just beat South Park Stick of Truth a couple days ago as a mage. Playing through again as a fighter then probably will play Star Wars Battlefront.
I was playing Star Wars The Old Republic but my computer shit the bed and my new one wont run it well.
Dark Souls 2. Having a ton of fun getting my shit kicked in.