Can this be a /v/ humor thread too?
Do you really expect me to read all that shit?
If I wanted to read an entire thread of shitty arguments that don't matter, I'd go into any thread on /v/.
No sniper worth a damn is averse to body shots if that's the best option.
Also what's the one of the bottom?
The reason a lot of people hate on indie games is because the people who create them are way too fucking righteous, and most of them think they are top shit because their "fans" keep sucking their dicks and calling them the best thing on planet earth. Then, when they make a shit game (ex. Gone Home) they call criticism undue hate.
This made me laugh harder than i expected
Also, anyone got the finished version of this? Alls I got before Anon got Tornado'd
>using "you" and "do you" instead of "thou" and "dost thou"
Those fucking tornados wouldn't leave any of these threads alone for a while.
It was a mosaic.
Basically OP splits the original image into squares and anons replace the squares with their own drawings.
But then OP checks them for quality control.
If he doesn't quality check, pic related happens.
>Press saying Citizen Kane don't even understand what they mean by it.
>DER STAB DER WAHRHEIT
You fucking Germans.
Holy fuck this is true. I'd always figure out what happened about half way through the trials, but you could never just present a key piece of evidence. You'd have to wait for the game to literally spell out what happened before you do it.
>come into thread expecting funny video game images
>get screencaps from /v/ that are barely a few years old with epic reaction images plastered everywhere
Why haven't you praised Nintendo yet today?
Dual Destinies was particularly guilty of this which is a shame, because its plot twists were pretty good.
I replayed some of the earlier cases from earlier games and they legit gave me a harder time.
I'm honestly with "playing" movie-games if they are good, but holy shit David Cage games are just horrible
fahrenheit had a nice start and HR had its moments but that robot one was so horrible I deleted it after and hour or two
I almost feel ripped off because of the price i paid for the disks
Ohh my fucking god these are so good
Shit man I could go for some little caesars right now.
inb4 someone takes it seriously
BUT WHAT HAPPENED TO THE FORUTH ONE!?
That image gets me every fucking time
there was some very famous talk show host in america with that name and in his first on TV appearance the announcer yelled HEEEEERES JOHNNY and it was a gag often referred to
that scene was actually unscripted, Jack Nicholson said it because he thought the camera just showing his face was awkward
because most posters here are from europe and don't watch TV broadcasted from the USA
not like there's any of value lost by not watching letterman or o'brian or that lesbian chick
>yfw Dwarf Fortress is already the "citizen kane" of gaming
>it's the best example of how effectively a story can be told in a way only video games can tell them, by creating and environment and a toolset for the player to forge their own story
>just like citizen kane in its time, the mainstream hasn't acknowledged its brilliance and impact yet and it will probably be many more years before that happens
I just made this. I thought about adding more, but I actually liked how well everything fit.
Well I might have exaggerated but I think it's about the closest thing we have. That is the true path to gaming's citizen kane, the best story in a game is the one the player creates.
No one with any self respect in the film/critic industry thinks that either, but it was an extremely important movie for the medium. It basically elevated movies from fancy stage plays to what they are now and exemplified how much you could explain or evoke through visuals. It was more of a technical marvel than a masterpiece.
I heard there's this ex-blizz employee guy who started a company and now works on some game engine AI addon or something that tries something like that, but on bigger scales
That's pretty cool, and even if it's all bullshit, the general idea is a lot closer to what we SHOULD be doing with video games instead of what the mainstream is encouraging (ie cinematic walking simulators).
I don't understand why film though? Of all the mediums out of there, film is the least similar. Why not expire to be like theater or music performance, Television, etc? Anything but film.
This. For some fucking reason, movies are regarded with some kind of deep importance and integrity, like they're some high art form, and I'm not even talking about the game community's view of it. Everyone loves movies, everyone thinks they're the fucking toppest medium ever.
Well, everybody loves movies as a form of entertainment, which helps bolster their stance as an artistic medium.
Video games are different from film and other artistic mediums in two ways: One, they've peaked in 30-40 years when all other artistic mediums took 60-100 years in order to peak. Two, the interactive factor that presents choices and consequences on part of the player.
I still think that the most cinematic video game of the past five years is "Kentucky Route Zero", which takes less from film and more from theater and experimental stage design.
do that nowadays
>"go back to your containment board on /vg/"
>"starcraft is casual"
>"implying SC2 is good"
and then the thread gets derailed with rape pictures and a mod deletes it
>nearly an hour of KRZ dev discussion
Thank you based anon, I'm cumming already.
and that videogames are a lot less accesible
reminds me of Conan O'brians clueless gamer thingy
games like Hitman Absolution and SC Conviction are regarded as dumbed down casual games on /v/ and Conan still needs help from other guys to play it
to watch a movie you can torrent it, or watch them on netflix meaning you can watch 5-6 movies a weak for the price of a couple of bucks
while modern games are sold from 20 to 60 hours and have gameplay time ranging from 4 hours to 20-30 hours
movies are much more easy to acces, are much more cost efficient and have a larger history
>they've been hinting at it since fucking 2009
No yeah I'm with you there. I was pretty hype for Destiny but the more I find out about it, the less hype I get. I played that beta for a good 10 or so hours and I might be speaking too soon due to how little content there was, but it didn't seem like anything special. Maybe if there's some cool weapons/enemies/vehicles (especially vehicles) later on it'll be great overall but there's like three basic types of enemies, a bunch of really useless, samey guns, and a couple of hovering vehicles to play around with.
Here's hoping the full game picks WAY the fuck up.
>All sonyfags here do is praise TLOU
The sonfags here are all weebs they want their Hyperdimension Neptunia shit.
>tfw Pizza Hut sued Papa John's over their motto "Better Ingredients, Better Pizza" and lost because Papa John's proved in court they used better ingredients to make better pizza
Citizen Kane wasn't the first film to do what it did, with the exception of Orwell's trademark deep focus, but it was the first film that showed the mainstream what film could be. Most of the early art film 'successes' were either hugely symbolist or abstract, but Citizen Kane was a very human story that combined narrative, visual, and semiological excellence into one easy-to-watch film, which is still critically relevant today because cinema has pretty much been reprocessing it ever since.
they began at conceptual stuff at around 07, seven years they;ve been cracking away at it.
Also of note: Thanks to external politics, "Citizen Kane" was essentially buried upon release by those with more power, and never gained its reputation until decades after its release, when they began screening the film on television.
This would be the equivalent of, say, "Papers, Please" being buried into obscurity by Ubisoft and Ubisoft shills, only to come back into its own years later after being released on Steam.
You know there's something wrong when even Peter Molydeux knows something's up.
Why do I laugh EVERY time?