no one at "casual" come together knows what tripping is, autismo
i've played smash with plenty of different groups of normies and no one ever complains about how it isn't enjoyable, or compares it to other games
to everyone other than competitive autists, smash is a party game, and the versions are better because = more characters/stages
>I was waiting for someone to post this so I could lambast them
Just because it isn't a viable e-sport doesn't mean it's shit. Go back to watching your spacies circlejerk, or worse, Space Peach fighting Sheik.
co-op SSE though
the Snake convos
too many happy memories, too much love in that game to call is "shit" and put it with the likes of bubsy just because the balancing had issues
If only he would actually make a new one fuck.
Well yeah, I saw those, but my post encapsulates those. Like picking Meta Knight screws everyone over: only if you insist on playing 1v1 battlefield with items off like a massive jerkwad.
>isn't approaching frustrating
Metal Gear's design is bizarre as fuck.
Metal Gear Solid 2 and 4 are barely games.
Zone of the Enders feels like a tech demo for ZOE2.
Never played any of his adventure games. Are they worth checking out?
>shit gameplay with good plot
>shitty souls rip-off with a decent plot
>mediocre gameplay with a nice story
Cyberpunk might be the first game that has good gameplay, unless they cancel it to make more Witcher.
Sakaguchi of course.
Now to be clear, he's made games I don't like. I'd bet nobody likes all his games. But none of them have been bad. Every single one has had merit in one way or another. I hate FF2 but goddamn I wish more people were willing to take big risks like that. Blue Dragon was flawed in a lot of ways but it's still a good game for what it does right.
The man has worked nearly 30 years in games and even his cell phones games are good. That is some serious quality.
He will never ever make a bad game.
>>Zone of the Enders feels like a tech demo for ZOE2.
That's not far off. It was a tech demo for MGS2/3's engine.
>Kojima's adventure titles
They're... very obviously not super original, but they're definitely fun to play through.
I don't know if mostly mediocre to kind of good game qualifies them as heroes. Sure, they technically qualify, since I can't name a right out bad game they've made, but they haven't really made anything great either, Jak and Daxter being some of the closest games.
>what is tabula rasa.
>inb4 ITS NCSOFT FAULT!!!
The fucker got the money and escaped to space, and even got more millions after blaming ncsoft for the horrible unfinished game he "made".
Todd Howard has been consistently strong throughout his visionary career.
Todd didn't have a leading position after Morrowind.
People give him a lot of shit for being a "liar" but he doesn't have creative control over games, and is usually told whatever he suggests is gonna be in - and that's what he tends to run his mouth about. Hell, the "It Just Werks(TM)" thing only came about because he himself does not know much about the development of games since he's a glorified producer on titles now.
Literally no game they had full control over was bad. Infinity had Bandai meddling and they didn't make Assault Horizon.
Serious Sam 2
Legend of the Beast if you count DLC
It amazes me how all of their games get immensely-positive reception despite none of them even being in the same genre (bar shank+shank 2)
Their lowest-rated game is Eets Munchies, but that has 79% positive reviews while Crypt of the Necrodancer, Don't Starve, Mark of The Ninja, and Invisible Inc. all have 93%+ positive reviews
The story is trash. But it seems like it's intentionally trash. It basically takes place in the series' Twilight Zone parody, Night Springs.
The combat is better.
The arcade mode is pretty challenging but not impossible to beat if you get good.
The soundtrack is crap.
It's worth buying if you get it when it's on sale. I mean, you already fucked up by not getting the Alan Wake series when it was in a Humble Weekly Bundle with no minimum price. But whatever. It's still worth a few dollars.
They've had a few mediocre titles, but nothing bad.