>tfw only played 2 of those games
I can't even rate it.
friend no need to be so edgy
>not doing it yourself with perfect crops
It took me too long but I overcame my laziness and I am satisfied with a superior American product
GTA4 is supreme. Having gone back to play it again post-GTA5 (PCfag), properly handling vehicles, to me, remains incredibly satisfying, and I maintain a preference for the urban atmosphere that is more unique to Manhattan and Brooklyn than to LA. I exempt previous generations from evaluation for having aged somewhat poorly. They were great for their time but I can't play them again.
I understand most people can't tolerate GTA4 because of the controls but I found that to be more of a technical limitation on its console iterations, suffering from input delay and (but also due to) poor performance/frame-rates. For example, technically speaking, there are controller limitations that disallow certain motorcycle driving techniques that involve forward-and-back shifts in weight while also turning, to increase handling range/sensitivity. If you consider the limited range of motion for an analog stick (it can only ever point in one direction), you should understand why with a controller that type of maneuver is impossible.
i was pretty young when i first played it, not too long after it came out, so i don't remember too terribly much. i don't recall it being horrible, and there was a multiplayer mode that i'm sure is long dead by now.
OP, this is a 3x3 thread, which means you list NINE games that you like best, not ELEVEN games you like best.
7/9. Don't like Shadow of the Colossus or Final Fantasy 8 (or any FF game for that matter).
>I posted it again!
Can't say I'm a fan of any of them except Counter Strike. Not a big fan of FPS games or point-and-click isometric games.
4/6. Don't like Chrono Trigger or Dragon Quest 7. Not a fan of RPGs in general. Their music is GOAT though.
1/2. Don't like Earthbound. Respect the influence, don't enjoy the game.