What game is this?
This webm is victory, rekt, and fail at the same time.
>allies are all dead
>I am all that is left
>enemies swarm about like demonic flies
>but I must not give in
>manage to strike down 4 of them before succumbing to their superior numbers
I had a panic attack while playing Battlefield. I was playing conquest on operation locker and my whole team had died. We lost the checkpoint so they all had to respawn all the way back.
Idk I got scared. Maybe it was all the enemies around me and that I would certainly get killed. My heart was beating out of my chest and i started shaking. I saw one enemy coming towards the wall i was hiding behind and i quickly unplugged my xbox from the wall before he could get me. I cried for like 10 minutes after that.
??? What is there to explain. Invoker is invinsible and nature prophet predicts where he will be and teleports there and traps him in those trees. They do AoE damage to kill him while he is invis.
Daisy on the mach bike? That was literally the story of me playing that game. Unstoppable if you're far enough in front, slaughtered if you are stuck in the fucking pack.
Fuck that game, haha.
That game is literally too fast-paced and stressful for me.
Crazy micromanagement, idk. I just couldn't handle it.
If I spent weeks practicing, I'd probably enjoy it. Seems difficult to break into though.
The guy on the top right is a hero called Invoker who is on Red team who can turn himself invisible. However, he didn't realise that Green team had a vision-giving ward in the area that allows them to see invisible enemies.
The player tells his team to keep up the impression that Invoker is still invisible so that they can catch and kill him. He encourages his teammate, Pudge, to use a skill where he throws out a hook which pulls anything it catches back to him. Pudge also has a skill which catches and holds on to enemies, but he didn't manage to use it before Invoker turned invisible again and ran away.
The player, who is playing as a hero called Nature's Prophet, uses a teleportation skill to get ahead of Invoker. He predicts Invoker's movement and uses another skill which spawns a ring of trees on where he thinks Invoker might be. He calls his team over, and asks them to use one of the several items in the game that can detect and give vision of invisible enemies, but is told that no one is carrying anything that can do that.
However, several heroes do have skills that provide area of effect stuns, which work on invisible enemies if you can hit them. The teammates use stuns on the area where the player believes Invoker still is, until the player can spawn another ring of trees, possibly trapping Invoker again. The team continues using area of effect spells. The girl expresses doubt that Invoker is there at all, just as she actually lands the killing blow, as shown by the message on the left above the minimap saying "Witch Doctor just pwned Invoker's head for 536 gold!". Everyone laughs and is surprised that the player actually managed to catch and kill the Invoker after all, and then Invoker tells the player to fuck off in all chat.
yes but out on the battlefield you wouldnt take your cute little doggy.
you take a trained hound
When I was a kid, I would talk to my brother a lot about what games would be like in the future, and we both ran wild in our imaginations with how realistic games would inevitably get. We would imagine photorealistic games that simulated the real world, and you could walk around and interact with other people. We would think about how the game would make you have to eat, and drink, and go to the toilet at realistic intervals, and it wouldn't have dumb video game jumping where you can jump many times your own height like Mario. It seemed like this was the direction games were going at the time, always getting more realistic.
And then I grew up and realised that that all sounds really shit, and I don't want to play realistic games because they would all be boring as hell.
>Oh god dicks taste so good
>I'm so cool, I won't play any game that ever gets popular because I'm too busy sucking cocks
>Yeah, I hate games that funny things can happen once in a while
>Watch out op, challenger approches.
Not saying that doesn't happen to some people. But I haven't been sick like in a few years. So I'd say a character in a game could also be as lucky.
Also considering you see a doctor a lot in fallout who can cure radiation, I'm sure he could also cure common sicknesses.
valve arg thing
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That's because the character is wearing the Berserk Swordman set. The sword he's carrying is a random claymore though. The actual sword (not the dragon slayer) is also present.
The Griffith set is also available.
I have no respect for exodia or those who use him.
But Michael got fucking rekt and it was hilarious.
It's not supposed to be impressive.
The problem is its really fucking easy for him to get that far ahead.
The piece of shit does it while being even with you too. All he has to do is wait until he has level 6 and an item or two.
dude's an idiot, though. if you kill the griffon at this point, you can't get to the top of bluemoon tower.
>tfw 30% of content was cut due to time and budget restraints but dragon's dogma was still one of the best games on ps3
I hope a lot of the cut content is restored for the pc release.
I always play source engine games with phys_pushscale 2000
guess you like those mobas where everything blends together and all the characters look like the god damn ground. pretty much every other mobas besides league and Adventure Time: Battle Party, the best moba of all time.
I'm not sure i understand your question, nor do i understand your inability to "get it".
The guy was throwing guns as a red herring/ taunt. then you see his gun-in-hand barely visible, the guy clearly doing a teabag. he's taunting him, and gets away with it. it's schtick;the most noble of all comedy.
>sit down to play competitive smash
>wait patiently for my opponent to get seated next to me
>motherfucker is draped in a flag like he's at the goddamn olympics
>mfw prolly not winning this one
You can't use overly unrealistic shit as justification for overly realistic shit.
The arguments for "dogs would run over mines in real life" and "teleporting mutant zombies" can not coexist.
Only server owners can do it but if you type phys_pushscale 2000 or any number above 1 in the console you can increase how much impact bullets have to spastic levels like that. Typing negative numbers makes them fly towards you
Oops. I meant to reply to this one. Yeap it's far cry 4. It's a good game but it gets a little boring if you use guns cause you can literally walk up to these fortresses and destroy the whole lot of them even though they're meant to be extremely hard. So I try to use my bow. It makes it quite intense.
God, Conway is just so unfunny. Like, he tries to help Jerome but he just ruins it.
Jerome is a master of trolling and I say that as unironically as possible. He knows exactly what to say to piss off CODfags and be hilarious.
I love how you added "from parks and rec" like no one has ever heard of the guy.
Or maybe you just want people to think that you know him from something other than GotG or Jurassic World. It's ok to watch popular movies.
not are fault your a shut in faggot
True story, a guy lost his dog and his new SUV after going out on a frozen lake with his drunk friends, and throwing dynamite out to blast a hole. The dog, being a dog, retrieved it, got scared by the now angry and frightened men, under the vehicle, where it then proceeded to Valhalla.
General context is guy is fucking around with CS against something like 20 bots, and makes this miraculous shot that blocks the bomb from all the bots. He then takes that footage and plasters on some soundbites that were meant to be used for the game but were never put in.