I want to get /v/'s opinion if it was good or not. It's not about thinking for yourself, it's about getting an opinion that actually fucking matters.
/v/ is the ultimate judge of whether or not a game is good, you newshit.
I had such hardcore nostalgia with this game, it being my first handheld game and all. Last year, I nabbed it on virtual console. Found out that I still really enjoy it. Even though I prefer Oracle of Seasons now, this game will always have a special place in my heart.
Sounds like most of /v/ should be sent away.
Don't even pretend that for weeks there was nothing but undertale generals and people working their way through the games together.
/v/ cycle of hate:
>new "unknown" game comes out
>general threads are formed
>circlejerk forms, OC is made
>game becomes mainstream
>people accuse people liking the game of being redditors/normies
OP literally asked if the game he played was good. He didn't put down what he thought was good or bad about it. He didn't make an attempt at a debate about the game's qualities, he simply just asked to be told what the groupthink thought of the game.
>treating /v/ as an individual
>implying all of /v/ can reach a single concensus
>thinking the majority of /v/ aren't shitposters out for cheap laughs
Then ask reddit
you asshat, you fucking loved it
One of my least favorite Zelda games honestly. It's just very boring. Only the last 1-2 dungeons pose any difficulty and the item switching slows the pacing down a lot. It's not a bad game but compared to other LoZ titles it's simply mediocre.
ITT: underage kiddies
Your opinion on this game doesn't matter unless you're over the age of 25, otherwise it's just a bunch of overloaded anachronistic nonsense
most of /v/ doesn't play games and is easily manipulated into thinking one way or the other if one person is hostile enough and forces a particular rhetoric or opinion hard enough
learn to think for yourself you retarded cuck
are you retarted? /v/ has the most narrow-minded taste in all of vidya. Unless it's Stalker, Deus Ex, Silent Hill 2 or some new game that has yet to find a fanbase, it's good.
>an opinion that actually fucking matters
I have lived to see the day when the art of shitposting evolved, and it is beautiful.
I like how everybody is mad at this post, but it's actually true.
Yes, /v/ isn't one person, but if you stick around long enough, ask people about it and see what they have to say. The vast majority ends up being correct.
I have never been let down by a game /v/ considers good.
this, despite all the shitposts /v/ has a really decent taste vidya wise. i discovered stalker, the DOW serie and monster hunter thanks to you assholes. you guys are alright
>unsure if i want to buy it
>ask /v/ for opinions,
>ignore simple/short answers ("nope, its bad" "shit game")
>some guy posts a legnthy post with positive leaning, notes the bad side to the game, overall recommends it
The "/v/ is always wrong" meme needs to end, ive never had a regret on buying a game recommends
This is absolutely true.
People who say "always do opposite of what /v/ says" have shit taste and are butthurt /v/ doesn't like their awful games (like Fallout 3/4), or didn't like /v/'s non-casual recommendations (like God Hand)
/v/ is literally always wrong anon simply because your personal tastes may not align with even the most lengthy of posts. Ultimately it's your final verdict that matters and is right because it's yours.
If your tastes align with that post that's all well and good but that didn't mean it's an objective view as to whether it's good or bad.
Are you telling me you sat down, played through an entire game, watched the credits roll, then went on /v/ because you were unable to form an opinion on something you spent time on? If so, I'm really worried for your mental health OP.
This is absolutely true.
People who say "always do opposite of what /v/ says" have shit taste and are butthurt /v/ doesn't like their awful games (like Fallout 3/4), or didn't like /v/'s non-casual recommendations (like God Hand
>the board that lies and shitflings to make every game seem shit
>the ultimate judge of whether a game is good
This is absolutely true.
People who say "always do opposite of what /v/ says" have shit taste and are butthurt /v/ doesn't like their awful games (like Fallout 3/4), or didn't like /v/'s non-casual recommendations (like Hans)
No, MM is the most overrated zelda. oot is close. la is just fun because you don't have a navigational bitch partner, you go around and do what you want at your own pace...besides the faggot owl
Tastes are not as diverse as you might think. The only reason shitty AAA games get so popular is because to plebs it's all they know. They've never gotten a game that wasn't shilled through massive advertising campaigns.
But I gurantee once you give them one of the many top rated games on /v/ they'd consider it much better.
/v/ considers things shit because we have experience with the best of the best. Everyone else is just caught in the normie meme and buying shit without ever knowing about the true good games that exist.
Therefore, /v/ is the best for finding the best of vidya.
To enjoy something is a chemical reaction in the brain, is it not? So whatever causes the most joy in the most people is objectively superior at doing it's job.
This how opinions can in fact, be correct.
>/v/ considers things shit because we have experience with the best of the best
No, /v/ considers things shit for petty and childish reasons, sure you'll get the occasional well thought out post but the majority of people who dislike something on /v/ either can't describe it well enough to have an opinion worth reading or played it for an hour and didn't have a positive attitude about it from the start.
First game I beat, it's great. Only real flaws are the need for constant inventory interaction and some irritating text cues (touching a rock/pot before finding the power bracelet, picking up a guardian acorn, etc.). Oracle games are weaker in story and world design but are otherwise fantastic.
You sound like someone who's salty over undermeme
But don't despair, /v/ never said the game was shit and in fact said it was ok for first few weeks.
All criticisms have effectively been to the fanbase and shitposting doesn't count. it's not what anyone should be looking for when trying to determine if a game is good.
And if you stick for more than one week you realize what you just said is fucking stupid.
Why do you think here on /v/ we all attack each other all the time? That's because we have various factions with different tastes, /v/ can't give verdicts for the same reason /v/ thinks [insert game here] is utter shit and very good at the same time.
Also OP, which I hope he's just rusing, isn't even asking for an opinion of advice, he's literally asking if he should say the experience he personally had was good or not. Not even /r9k/ is this robotic and souless.