Y'all remember this?
Can't find my copy of that one. So here is this one.
Also you are alright op
And yes, the Hitbox. I've never, ever gotten used to regular arcade sticks. I've always been more used to playing games on keyboards. It's only with the occasional games like DMC3 that I play on pad, because playing on keyboard is much harder. But Tekken, Guilty Gear and Melty Blood I play on Hitbox.
I can't comprehend how people are able to use that. Even the original Wii classic controller was better,but that one was made after the original Playstation controller.
Alien Isolation, KF2, Geralt-- I guess. They don't do anything interesting in the slots you gave them. They're new and hot I guess, so they do it. You seem to get excited about new things easily. Just riddle me this: why Faith Connors?
Classic /v/core. If you replaced "the whole of the smash series" with what you actually play, likely probably Smash 4, it would've ruined the illusion that this image is from 2009 (ignoring what could be a Madcatz PS3 controller).
You do give a shit if they seem generic because you responded, silly. There's nothing wrong with /v/core in this day and age, but if you posted it in 2010 you'd be rightfully blasted.
Most gamer of the whole thread.
>Why Faith Conners
I love her design and her attitude and the fact she was a fun player character. I know its seems like an odd choice but shes been my favorite since I first played Mirror's Edge. If I had to put someone else there it would be Kreia from KOTOR 2 or Alyx from HL2
Alien Isolation legitimately has the best atmosphere I've experienced in Vidya in my opinion, the one thing that could top it for me would be Thief the Dark Project. Speaking of Thief I think I'd rather have that in my near perfect game slot.
Geralt has been one of my favorite male characters since Witcher 1
Before KF2 was released my favorite soundtrack was KF1's, I'm a bit of a metalhead.
I'm pleasantly surprised to see that people beside myself consider Dualshock 4 to be the best controller. Huh.
A lot of stuff in my "I really need to get around to that" category.
Can't say I've used anything from this except for Bloodbourne. The soundtrack didn't really stand out to me but I'm due a replay of it so I'll put some more focus on that.
Played Max Payne 3, the soundtrack didn't really catch me. Meaning to play the Yakuza series though. I just started playing Planescape: Torment and Morte already has left and impression on me from what I've seen.
Majora's Mask was my extremely close second for 'Near Perfect Game' and Silent Hill 2 was third (after Morrowind) for 'Story/Atmosphere'. Great taste. I've been meaning to get Rocket League but I'd imagine the community is just die-hards at this point.
I really like Mirror's Edge but I find Faith to be not so great. She's pretty blase about the events around her, sort of reluctantly going around doing stuff. Like a silent protagonist they scrambled to give some lines after focus testing came back negative. If she wasn't a Woman nobody would even remember her name-- honestly, even though her femininity is so subdued.
Skyrim had a soundtrack?
It's perfectly generic. In a better game maybe that's worth something but in Skyrim's roundabout mountains and slippery dungeons I don't think the music did anything worth mentioning. It's a definite afterthought. I seriously doubt anyone other than the music team thought for a second about what the music would be or how it would impact whatever they were momentarily working on.
Pseudo Neo /v/core. Not enough Dark Souls for neo /v/, not enough Planescape for old /v/. Give me your characters.
This is some kind of weird fork of Neo /v/core but hey it's not bad.
>It's perfectly generic. In a better game maybe that's worth something but in Skyrim's roundabout mountains and slippery dungeons I don't think the music did anything worth mentioning. It's a definite afterthought. I seriously doubt anyone other than the music team thought for a second about what the music would be or how it would impact whatever they were momentarily working on.
Skyrim fails in almost ever capacity as an RPG and your criticism of the overworld is pretty much right and I could probably go on even longer on what is wrong with it from hindsight but when I first played it fresh I feel the soundtrack made all of that bearable to a degree that the game will always have a soft spot in my heart. The music is strong, distinctive and bears a glutton for adventure. You see Skyrim has fuck all in it (vast as an ocean, deep as a puddle etc..) and the soundtrack perfectly compliments that for a first time player: the soft whimpers, the angelic chorus and ghoulish echoes tricked me into believing that this place held mysteries and if I soldiered on further, just scratched the surface, I'd find something amazing. Well it took me 30 hours to figure Skyrim out for what it was, but with a lesser soundtrack I believe I would have figured it out sooner.
Just fuck my shit up.
>HoMM4 favorite soundtrack
alright, post characters
pretty good, though I don't think Faith is that great
good, MP3 ost isn't that great though