wow so in the first 10 minutes, my character just picks up a random syringe and stabs himself with it? who the fuck wrote this dumb ass game.
games you shut off and will NEVER play again thread.
I know this is bait, but I generally noticed that people , be it friends or anyone else that cant see past the first 10 min of a game or a movie and just shut if off ( because its boring or they 'cant get into it' ) are almost always girls or its a dumber friend of the group
>play for 3 hours
>save file gets corrupted
wow so in the first 10 minutes, my character just picks up a random gun and shoots himself with it? who the fuck wrote this dumb ass game.
>lend my buddy bioshock
>hes afraid of needles and the sight of them going into somebody makes him nauseous
It was funny while it lasted
Yeah that's why there's heavy themes of biology in the game and not water everywhere
>wow so in the first 10 minutes, my character just picks up a random syringe and stabs himself with it? who the fuck wrote this dumb ass game.
That always bothered me too. There was even an opportunity for Fontaine to use the trigger word, but he doesn't, you just randomly stab yourself with it because it's a game or something.
This. Bioshock 1 had TERRIBLE level design as far as gameplay was concerned. Bioshock 2 had very good level design and seemed to be focused on giving you as many cool encounters as possible instead of shoving a bunch of pseudo-intellectual crap down your throat.
Listen here fuckwit, because I am only going to say this once.
They could have done the DNA splicing plot ANYWHERE IN THE UNIVERSE. Land, sky, space, but no they chose the ocean. The only place you CAN BE is underwater is in the water. That makes DNA splicing a common peasant plot that can be applied to anything and thus lazy. The game takes place underwater because it's BIOshock. Reply to this post and I'll knock your fucking teeth out.
The title has nothing to do with water, the underwater setting is just used to isolate Rapture from the rest of the world, which in turn allows the inhabitants to do crazy shit like splicing their genes, AKA shocking their biology.
Who keeps posting this thread every few months
or maybe they have low tolerance for bullshit.
I've rarely found something rewarding and worth my time for sticking around if I didn't like it after the first little bit. escpecially happens when you get older .
to be fair, its a giant syringe filld with goo that clearly came from a vending machine for superpowers, and oure hero is question is practically alone and has been getting the shit kicked out of him by mutants, whats he got to loose?
>Friend has crippling arachnophobia
>We are going through DS2 together
>Mute my mic and let him completely enjoy Brightstone Cove Tseldora all alone
>Lose my sides all the way to the Grave of Saints and back
I love this shit in games.
How can you be scared of spider bros.
I will never get it. They're essential to the environment and are literally no harm to humans.
Well your the only one here who understands
I generally ignore the first 10-15 minutes because I know that in most movies and games they are treated as pure bait for short attention span audiences. They're just like a really long trailer for the game and the actual gameplay will start afterwards.
I think I'm afraid of needle puncturing my vein, I feel like I'll start losing blood and lose my consciousness because of blood loss or something, I just can't accept losing my blood. I need to do blood test soon and I keep stabbing my hand with nail clippers so I could feel pain similar to what I'm going to experience yet I still can't accept that I'm going to lose blood.
Shoulda seen his candy ass when I made him solo Nightmare of Mensis
I got a spider in my room who is a total bro, keeps centipedes and much grosser crawlies away from me and my bed. I like to imagine the spare change I find in my couch is him trying to pay rent.
It's a little pierce, then there's no pain. Everything's normal after that, but I advise taking everything slow afterwards.
I've given blood 4-5 times now, and it's pretty simple. The attendants know what they're doing; just breathe deep to calm yourself and it'll be over before you know it.
I'm scared of needles and I donate blood, and the needle they use for that is massive compared to injections or basic blood tests.
Usually I just scrunch my eyes up good and turn my head, and I never look at the needle in my arm at any point. You can't really feel it (genuinely, if anything it feels like someone's put some sticky tape on your arm and it's pinching a bit) so if you take your mind off the idea of a needle going into your vein then you're set.
Pic related is the best Bioshock and has the best tweest
Did your character do it or did you walk up to the bottle and hit the [interact] key, thereby making it your choice
10 minutes in and this retard turns his dog into a demon, jesus what where they thinking?
that bugged me too, i was just going what the fuck are you doing?
it also bothered me how i was somehow bogged down by simple map geometry, like this chair is shin high and tipped over, why cant i just jump over this, or climb over this overturned bench to save this family?
it felt so poorly drawn out, with jerky pacing with a constant nagging by hud popups and clunky ui.
more like if you dont, the doors remain locked, the UI pops up an arrow and direction, if you idle long enough the man on the PA will start to nag you.
>Tales from the Borderlands
>Side with Brosome Jack for almost everything
>Episode 4 ends with us being on very good terms
>Episode 5 starts with a complete ass pull heel turn for the sole purpose of punishing you for siding with the villain
Fuck that noise.
What is the best Plasmid, and why is it Winter Blast?
I was seriously disappointed that Infinite held it off for the DLC
>look at family photo (or some shit can't remember)
>you are the only survivor
>wrekage guides to an island with a lighthouse that no one knows about
>finds a secret city
>stabs himself with a random syringe
same here OP, I coudn't handle the "spiritual successor of system shock"
While I am inclined to agree, the amount of times I have been talked into giving a second change and ended up loving it far out weights the number of times I hated it.
>Trusting a Telltale game not to asspull during the last episode for the sake of shallow drama
The only downside was not being able to personally drill that cunt, Lamb.
Why would a psychopath who imprisoned his own daughter, murdered his boss and got a face stapled onto his face actually care about the middle-management scrublord Rhyss?
A psychopath isn't capable of loving you, they're just manipulating you to further their own agenda. Jack believed himself to be the hero even when he was massacring civilians on Pandora - I don't think "you're always the hero in your own story" when you start killing people who have nothing to do with your goals.
I had a daddy long-legs living in the corner of our guest room.
He scared the fuck out of me but when I saw he was a just a daddy long-legs, I let him just chill and setup his web.
>watching "let's plays" of Bioshock 2 to see how people experience it
>they just kill Meltzer because they just see another big daddy
>completely miss his storyline
NORMIES REEEEEEEEEE ect
So you were along for the ride when a plane crashes in the ocean, he finds a lighthouse in the middle of it, and it leads him to an underwater city full of mutants and syringes that give magical powers... but then when he used one, its game over?
Yea, its bait.
I got the storyline, but I still chose to kill him. His goal was ultimately to save his daughter, just like you. I even recall that there was an earlier draft of his character where he was following Delta's progress because of their common goals.
>didn't actually remember those words but I guess they were said
>I didn't have any other choice because it was a game and you do what you're told anyways
Whatever impact this scene was supposed to have was completely lost on me.
>already about to scream due to the handholding
>walk into a cave
>I bet I need to use bomb rolling right there
>mole pops out
>HEY THERE, IT LOOKS LIKE YOU NEED TO USE BOMB ROLLING HERE TO PROCEED, DO YOU REMEMBER HOW TO BOMB ROLL?
>yes and no options
>YEAH, YOU LOOK LIKE A SMART GUY, I BET THAT YOU ALREADY KNEW THAT IN ORDER TO USE BOMB ROLLING, ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS FIRST...
Literally worse than "wait a minute, that card"
>my character just picks up a random syringe and stabs himself with it? who the fuck wrote this dumb ass game.
THAT'S THE WHOLE POINT OF THE GAME, IDIOT! You obbey every time the radio guy says "would you kindly"
>I didn't have any other choice because it was a game and you do what you're told anyways
That's the whole point. Jack believing that he's doing all that shit out of his own free will but actually being incapable of not doing anything that Atllas tells him is a metaphor for how in every game you're free to do anything you want as long as the game allows you to.
dont be a pansy every one knows you either get super powers or a STD from a syringe . 50% chance at super powers bruh
>literally no harm to humans.
>Ah you didn't find this sparse low quility mostly monologue writing impactful? Then you're an idiot!
Nah, you're the faggots. Maybe reading Atlas Shrugged is a prerequisite to enjoy the plot or something.
But that's not impactful in any way or sense. I was genuinely more surprised by say, Undertale giving you two options then calling you out on your bullshit if you savescummed.
Bait but I'm still going to explain anyways.
The main character is under mind control. "Would you kindly" is the trigger to make him do things as the plot eventually will reveal about halfway through the game.
I love this game to death I'll put it out there now. But yes I am on the same boat as you. When the twist was revealed I couldn't really remember when he said them. I'm horrible on picking up details like that. But >>323849637 is right. We just didn't know.