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Discussion in 'Video Games & Weeaboo Shit' started by uberfukken, Jun 16, 2013.
I can barely believe Epic Games made a game that is played by a lot of people after all these years.
i hear it's trash even compared to 3, unfortunately
Tried Parasite Eve on PCSXR, otherwise it works perfectly but sometimes the audio keeps crackling like bacon on a frying pan and now I'm too lazy to wank with the plugins. So far the gameplay seems very simplistic, you run around the enemies until a bar fills up, then shoot them a couple of times and repeat. The intro sequence is odd and sets quite an unique mood for the game, I suppose that singer activates some self-immolation gene on people watching a musical.
I want some studio to make a game which feels and plays like this:
I bounce around, since my computer is like a cancer patient and can only play SNES emulators on 'bad days'.
I zipped thru Mystic Quest on turbo speed, but yesterday I downloaded Spore, and did the cell stage (the best one sadly).
But I am now thinking I should just go play Dwarf Fortress.
In between playing South Park: The Stick of Truth & Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age on PS4
Kid Chameleon on the Genesis.
Jesus FUCK is it the longest game that makes you start from the beginning if you die enough times that I've ever played. Like, I literally spent at least 3 hours just getting through the first half of the game, only to die a few levels later.
Also the collision detection is fucking BULLSHIT. I got crushed a couple times from standing too far within materializing ghost blocks, and one time BECAUSE I PICKED UP A HELMET TOO CLOSE TO THE CEILING
Master of Orion Revenge of Antares
This guy beat it in 88 seconds
yeah but I just read the manual, not all the shortcuts and exploits people have found over the years
and I'm still not watching that vid until I've beaten the game but I know it's obviously that shit. like that guy who "beat" sonic 2 in just a minute or two by exploiting collision glitches to teleport to the end of each level
ok actually you can play kid chameleon a lot faster but i try finding as many gems as possible so i can get more lives with the axe form
Play the dos version of Titus the Fox: To Marrakech and Back and get pissed off by the horrible scroll, knock back, no after hit invincibility, and asshole level design. Every angry game reviewer could make a great episode out of it, but you americans only know about the polished amiga version that doesn't have these flaws.
btw beat Kid Chameleon a couple days ago
had no idea it was supposed to be one of the hardest games on the system. though bloody swamp actually gave me a sore throat from yelling so much while playing it (avoided getting to that level on the playthrough where i beat the game)
i also managed to remember the warp to that gay pyramid level and avoid it on my winning run as well
By chance I had gotten a hold of Witcher 2 and 3 I felt that I had to start with the first for the best experience, so I bought Witcher: the definitive edition on Steam. The story is great, but the combat, my fucking god it's terrible.
It's one of those that you click the enemy to attack them, but only one attack. Clicking afterwards at the right time will do a combo which is pretty cool. There are also three different attack styles that work on different enemies which is also kinda fun.
So why did I say the combat is terrible?
- When I click an enemy sometimes it doesn't register so I'll be waiting for an attack animation that never comes.
- To switch attack styles you have to wait until your sword is completely out. This makes monster ambushes a nightmare.
- Hit detection is clunky. You can dodge by getting out of range but more often than not the monster will hit you anyways
- If a monster is trying to get away from you, instead of chasing after it and attacking your character will do this retarded slow walk towards them before attacking. Unless you cancel the attack you'll be like this for a while.
- While attacking normally takes a quick left mouse click, casting signs requires you hold down the right mouse click. In the heat of combat this can get confusing and it's easy to forget.
- Even when using group style to take down a group of enemies like the game expects you to there's still a pretty good chance you're gonna get buttraped.
- Escort missions where the weak ass person your escorting runs straight into combat trying to shank five enemies with their shitty knife. Fuck you Vesna.
I really hope these got fixed in the 2nd game.
I've wasted 60 hours of my life on Torment: Tides of Numenera in the hopes of reliving the great Planescape: Torment ... ooooohhhh boooooyyy was I fucking wrong ...
Ironically a couple of weeks later I started playing Wasteland 2 by the same developers, and it's a superior game in every way.
I got so bored that I played CoD: Infinite Warfare.
Apparently in the future, everyone is fucking retarded and military tactics are thought up by @dropdatwat in a jenkem frenzy.
More like 3rd..
I feel ya, the controls turned me off as well. But nearly everyone around me played it so i'm familiar with the game too. The setting is, like in the books, extremely grim, one of the darkest fantasy worlds i know. Still... it's a fun game(s). Especially the third one. You'll have to make choices and one of parties involved will always end up dead... or hating you. And when you eventually manage to skip these decisions, and that is usually extremely difficult to do, if it's even possible, everyone will despise you even more.
2nd one is the weakest imo.. they used some third party app for hair animation and physics and it looks really fucking weird as they were just starting to mess with this stupid shit.
I totally forgot i played that game after about 20 hours in ... i realized that two months after that. I never finished it.
I'm in chapter three right now and the game is not-so-subtly telling me to take a side after the whole Scoia'tael vs Order massacre and how I remained neutral. I'll be honest I hate both sides with a burning passion. You have the Scoia'tael who understandably enough want non-humans to be treated with the same respect as humans but choose to kill anyone who opposes them, and you have the order who has no problem harming non-humans for being non-human. I'm going to try and continue staying neutral for as long as I can, fuck that noise.
You should take a stand and build a wall.
Have you gotten a boner while playing it yet?
Ask your mom
What? I can't simply do something like that; it's not like I'm a white American 18-year-old male who lives with his parents; I live alone, retard.
How can you be alone in a mud hut village without doors.
Finished CoD: Infinite Warfare, and it was far from infinite. Short campaign, facepalmingly poorly researched. Annoyingly shallow space fighter segments where weapons are apparently only effective for a couple hundred meters, fighters handle like a pig in treacle and I just wanted each segment to end ASAP. Some shite micro gravity combat- apparently the most effective weapon in the future is a grapple and a knife. Poor design decisions on every warship and space station that annoyed me to no end. Throw in a few noble sacrifice deaths every couple of missions, and you have the makings of a Hollywood action blockbuster.
me no play nae hide an seek drop it till you shake and bake it
Master of orion 2 sakkra rules
I've been playing banner saga 1 & 2
Good, then you got it right. It's a very harsh world... even the elves ... i don't want to give any more spoilers and repeat myself too much, but the third game is very much worth all this.