>Main character starts out with generic clothes.
>Later gets signature/cover outfit.
>On the way to the final boss you fight every boss of the game
>game lets you build your own character
>doesn't restrict exploits like reflecting 100% of the damage or regenerating more health than the enemy can deal.
>First level(s) has you super powered with every ability, just afterwards you get de-powered.
>main character later loses signature clothes for buttpants
only for bullets but atleast its something right
>Game devs makes so that if you decide to go that route you'll become extremely vulnerable to another type of damage
>Bosses which you reflect/absorb also attacks with elements which you're weak to.
>>The game starts off hard, doesn't hold your hand with a half hour long tutorial, then gets harder.
>Get to some random town
>Somewhere around level 18 or so.
>Browse new armor and weapons.
>Usual shit, swords armor for my level
>Suddenly see "Dragon Slayer" for 1 500 000
>Have about 10 000.
i cant remember exactly, i just know that i only had to kill one dude then i didnt have to fire a single bullet to win, until i entered ng++ when the damage scaling went off the retard chart.
fuck borderlands 2
Magic with lots of different abilities other than:
Cast a small fireball/ice spear/thunderbolt
Cast a bigger fireball/ice spear/thunderbolt
Cast a fuckhuge fireball/ice spear/thunderbolt
>"At first it was easier but when testers said "this is too difficult", I made it even more difficult."
>tfw Itagaki will never direct another Ninja Gaiden
>The MC isn't particularly heroic in the beginning.
>As the game goes on the MC pretty much becomes Jesus.
>a rival party with skills that you unlock later that makes recurring appearances
>every character in your party has a clear rival in their party
>later in the game you end up converting one/them
>final boss has all your special moves but way more powerful
>enter a town
>amazing weapon comes in
>decide to save up money to get it
>Somebody has already bought it
>You can kill the asshole who did it
in case you haven't recruited him before, in that case the weapon is still there but he gets sad when you buy it
Fucking Minstrel Song.
>JRPGs with fun battle systems.
one of the things i fucking LOVED about Baldur's Gate II was how there were just so so many fucking spells. who cares how useful some were or how some werent, it was just really cool.
>Die in one or two hits
>All enemies die in one or two hits
>This means you have to play smart and defensively
>It's a hack'n'slash
>Game subtly sugests that maybe you shouldn't fight the enemy you're about to face
>Enter battle without equipment
>Enemy accepts your terms and allows you to speak with their lord
>Get signature outift afterwards
Dungeon crawl stone soup. The graphics are pretty meh, but the variety in each playtrough makes up for it.
>MGR's Revengeance difficulty
>1-on-1 duel with the main character and a guy with a similar skill set
>decide to use my super move
>"This ends now!"
>suddenly the opponent strikes a pose
>"Now we end this!"
>Now, all your powers... are within my grasp!