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Started by reeper, November 08, 2007, 05:43:56 AM

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antmaster5000

Quote from: Big Goop on December 09, 2017, 06:05:51 PM
Quote from: Commander Fuckass on December 09, 2017, 05:22:15 PM
Quote from: Big Goop on December 09, 2017, 01:52:55 PM
Wow.... just....

Wow.
I shouldn't be surprised, but.... wow.
Just..... right over your heads..... wow
go back to 4chan
calm down chief. Go back to your anime titty game.


Big Goop


Big Goop

Quote from: antmaster5000 on December 09, 2017, 06:54:14 PM
Quote from: Big Goop on December 09, 2017, 06:05:51 PM
Quote from: Commander Fuckass on December 09, 2017, 05:22:15 PM
Quote from: Big Goop on December 09, 2017, 01:52:55 PM
Wow.... just....

Wow.
I shouldn't be surprised, but.... wow.
Just..... right over your heads..... wow
go back to 4chan
calm down chief. Go back to your anime titty game.


it's a good pic. Very festive

Magyarorszag

Quote from: Big Goop on September 15, 2017, 11:38:00 AM
METROID

Also, much to Tec's dismay, I also bought the amiibos that go with it.


sickening

Big Goop


Snowy



Magyarorszag


Nyerp

witcher 3:

THE GOOD:
-good graphics, highly detailed world
-compelling story, interesting characters, good dialogue and voice acting
-some side quests are actually interesting

THE MIDDLE:
-combat is okay, not really that exciting, it's like arkham but doesn't flow quite as well
-the various monsters you face all have specific weaknesses that are kept track of in your bestiary, which makes you feel like a real monster hunter, although you'll mostly be fighting drowners and bandits

THE BAD:
-first two zones are so realistic and highly detailed that they're kind of boring; there's nothing to really look at until novigrad/skellige
-awful inventory system + barrels of useless loot will cause hours of tedium (plus annoying weapon durability and weight burden mechanics)
-most sidequests are "follow footprints and kill monster"
-all your typical open world trappings apply, like the initial overwhelming feeling you get in the beginning, the inevitable fatigue that sets in near the end, and the feeling that you're just checking off a bunch of map icons for no reason. however, all of these will vary based on the amount of the game you actually want to see

i pretty much played the game just for the story. but that's not really a bad thing for an rpg. overall, the good outweighs the bad by a huge amount. just make sure you play for the narrative rather than for an open-ended experience like you'd get in skyrim or breath of the wild. it's probably my favorite open world rpg out of the ones i played this year (ffxv, botw). why did i write all of this

Commander Fuckass

Monster Hunter World is gonna be gud
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C.Mongler

witcher 3 is still the best shit in the world

don't let's

I got animal crossing and majora's mask

digital

antmaster5000

Was bored visiting my gfs family so I bought Steamworld Dig on 3ds on a bit of a whim. Pretty cool little game. I bet you've played something like it where you mine to get better weapons to mine better but this was a good rendition on that trope. Spent $8 on it and beat it in 4 hours. I wouldn't replay it but I'm glad I bought it. Ending was pretty cool.

antmaster5000

Thinking about buying Steamworld heist now that it's on sale for $5. I know it's a totally different game but it looks good. Anyone tried it yet?

Magyarorszag

Quote from: Nyerp on December 10, 2017, 04:29:41 AM
witcher 3:

THE GOOD:
-good graphics, highly detailed world
-compelling story, interesting characters, good dialogue and voice acting
-some side quests are actually interesting

THE MIDDLE:
-combat is okay, not really that exciting, it's like arkham but doesn't flow quite as well
-the various monsters you face all have specific weaknesses that are kept track of in your bestiary, which makes you feel like a real monster hunter, although you'll mostly be fighting drowners and bandits

THE BAD:
-first two zones are so realistic and highly detailed that they're kind of boring; there's nothing to really look at until novigrad/skellige
-awful inventory system + barrels of useless loot will cause hours of tedium (plus annoying weapon durability and weight burden mechanics)
-most sidequests are "follow footprints and kill monster"
-all your typical open world trappings apply, like the initial overwhelming feeling you get in the beginning, the inevitable fatigue that sets in near the end, and the feeling that you're just checking off a bunch of map icons for no reason. however, all of these will vary based on the amount of the game you actually want to see

i pretty much played the game just for the story. but that's not really a bad thing for an rpg. overall, the good outweighs the bad by a huge amount. just make sure you play for the narrative rather than for an open-ended experience like you'd get in skyrim or breath of the wild. it's probably my favorite open world rpg out of the ones i played this year (ffxv, botw). why did i write all of this


thx for the review, you addressed basically all my concerns about that game lol

if ever i get over my bout of open-world fatigue, i'll give wither 3 a try

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