Every Blizzard Game. Ever.
Call of Duty: All of them
I hope who ever made this gets cancer. I was dying of laughter.
>Every Blizzard Game
Pic related: What I want to do to you.
Literally playing it now, no real issues with any classes or skills. It even has a decent healer class which most mmos fuck up
Was it too hard or too brutal for you?
Not the faggot you replied to but I think Platinum was the the most challenging one. Pick it up or emulate it I'd you haven't already played it
I did push through however, give it another shot anon
A fish with a 5 second memory could play that game. As the most evolved from of your own species you couldn't raise your own slave animal do to that. You've failed your assumed white ancestry.
This is right
There is no variety, it's the same fuck fest over and over. Repitition that weaboos and autists like, just like every moba and most mmos
You don't even have to believe me, just look at the player bases for any blizzard game of moba, it's all the same people, just like the games are all the same shit
I got a good story anon
>knows kid who likes Minecraft
>I don't like it myself
>sends kid .jar file on Skype
>"it's a Minecraft tf2 mod I swear"
>kid runs the .jar
>I get access to his PC
>starts clicking on ads for him and watching his browsing
>plays beeping noises through speakers
>kid doesn't come online cause he is scared
its a game where you can take all the time you want, any game like that could be beaten this way, any game.
if it was counter strike then sure, it would make it really hard but any rpg, be it pokemon, final fantasy, or anything else that waits for you to do something before it does anything, meaning, standing still is never an issue, then why the fuck would it matter if many people yelled while he stood there?
fucking morons.. the reason the chose pokemon is specifically because its so well suited for such a project as it won't become more difficult because of it
SimCity (the new one) is dogshit. The whole point of the game is to try and make Mexico City or some gigantic shit like that, not to "cooperate and share resources in shit tiny maps" like EA did.
Same shitty algorithms from SimCity 4 (which is way better when modded).
Almost every mobile game ever. If I try one, I'm almost guaranteed to lose my shit and rage rate & uninstall. They are so bad that I can't even name any that I hated more than the others.
So you're a skid? Is that what you're saying?
Stupidass teens and their RATs, account stealers, crypters, booters, DarkComet, ImminentMonitor and other bullshit that you download/pay for. Grow up.
Minecraft was good until that one patch that fucked up the terrain, I forget whch.
COD have shitty multiplayer IMO, was fun when counter strike source and previous COD games was the competition but today with all those superior options it can't enjoy it.
CS go is better at quick matches with run and gun, battlefield is better in terms of immersion and action, if you want a good story you have to avoid COD like the plague etc
I mean, to me its a full price game without any of the things you expect from a full price game and they usually end up not being played in my steam library sometime within the first week, sometimes I get tired of it within 2-3 days like I did with black ops 2
I honestly don't understand why people play them
depend on what game, also, its for kids so its easy to get into, the difficult part is when you match yourself with other players, something that is getting more and more popular as newer versions have made it easier to connect.
pokemon end game is brutal and unless you read up on the hidden stat exp and the pokemon ID and how it affect stats you won't stand a chance,
Hard to remember the bad ones, but I didn't like any of the Uncharted series. Also stopped playing Heavy Rain 10 hours or so in and I almost never do that. I played 10 or so hours of Minecraft too and stopped, but I felt like I'd seen it all and had no reason to keep playing.
Personally, I never played csgo but as far as cod I concerned, everyone caps out at how much skill you can acquire, so it gets easy after a while. The camps are fun to unlock and just making people mad by beating them is always fun. Battlefield is really good for immersion, I thoroughly enjoyed every aspect I the entire game.
For real? What didn't you like about it. I played it local with some friends and we had a blast for almost 6 hours straight. I don't know if it gets worse though, I don't own it.
Undertale would be the most disappointing one. After the hype and people jizzing in their pants over this game I just felt like there is something that I don't see. I like it tough. As for the worst one I don't recall anything in particular, but from the recent ones it would be Pokémon X/Y.
not to mention the social aspect of MTG if you get the actual cards.
hearthstone is a joke compared to MTG, heck, even pokemon trading cards are more advanced than hearthstone, look it up!
Any repetitive game that has no point to it like call of doodie, pokemonxd, aeroback, echo the dolphin, wayfarers, Arty Lightfoot, Castle in the sky, Mark Tober's Sniper con, Cool spot, Diggers of Disaster, Pain Comet, Moon Demons, etc..
If by "end game" you mean fighting other human players, then yeah I could see that stuff being an issue. Otherwise it's completely unnecessary to make it through the default game by just learning the patterns and going through the same motions over and over.
So what is your team of perfect stat lvl 100 pokemon then?
Bet you must have some insane move combo's you use, also, what game?
I don't think you know anything about pokemon end game
its all about the end game, we who play pokemon today started out as kids and as the game itself allow advanced playing (and have done since the first game) we have just played it more advanced when we got older
I'd compare it to benchmarking your pc, its something you just slowly get into and it would seem weird for someone on the outside why you care about those numbers so much but you just want to tweak out that last bit of performance out of everything
Just realised I still have my copy of silent hill 3.
wow, so glad I never played that game now.
That is not powerful, that is simply ruining immersion from a game, the whole fucking reason I play games instead of watching a fucking movie is to influence it, what a waste of a game..
Yeah I don't get that way about my games at all. For me games are for kicking back and having a good time after work, not going crazy over numbers.
No offense though, if that's what makes you enjoy the game then go for it and have a good time man. Just not my thing.
I get it. But TLOU was never decision-driven game. It was all about gameplay and the story was something existing next to it (I know that it's generalization). I personally like to play games where story is in full control of devs. That's one of the reasons why MGS is my fav series