>Small indy game, huh?
Kek, welcome to /b/.
Totally binged Skyrim again with the S.E. version (800 hours), now have moved on to Far Cry 4.
Porn of course.
After swearing again that I would stop playing it, Sword of the Samurai, had to blow the dust off my old PS2 to play it. Totally obsessed.
playing oblivion still waiting for grey fox to contact me. ima give him 72 more hours then he can go do his own shit. i got shit to do, like slaying umaril and collecting daedra artifacts. can't be waiting all night for some asshole in a stupid mask to send me on some fetch quest for 100 gold. nigga i'm rich as hell, been stealing the boots off every bandit i come across
Nice man I played that game so much but never finished, that fucking mini helicopter mission
You're right that's what I'm playing.
Have girls brought to your hotel? Make them yourself, download cards. 4-5 different personalities. Makes them Slaves, break them, make them love you.
Have sexy time with them.
Also can use VR if you got it.
>Just Finished NG+1 on Dragons Dogma.
>Currently playing the campaign of Black Ops.
That's Final Fantasy, correct? Why do people like that series? I've played a few of them in order and was rather disappointed. Slow combat, mediocre and nonsensical story, forgettable characters, edgy dialogue. All of which were sold with promises of the opposite.
Seems like one of those things people only like because they were told it was good.
Am I missing something? I usually like turn based rpgs.
Yes, I think the story is very deep, and the battle system is great.
It appears Final Fantasy 8 was to blame.
>Inb4 Draw system sucks
Yeah man OP here
Can anyone recommend games to me? Kinda sick of playing the same. Last one I played was Borderlands and Bioshock on PS3 but didn't like them so much.
I like rpg, fighting, adventure, racing, fps, 2D like Megaman and Mario
Also didn't answer your question.
Let's see Final Fantasy was one of the first games I played. I liked the story and the battle system... I don't think it is slow. Somehow they try to change a little bit from game to game.
And the fact that there are many different Final Fantasy so it pleases different kinds of people.
>mediocre and nonsensical story, forgettable characters, edgy dialogue.
Some of them have poor story but in a nutshell, I think the games from the main series have good story. IMO after Squaresoft became Square Enix I think they put the story a little aside and started focusing on money
Yes, I played more than once to understand the story better. There are some elements from psychology that are complex and they are present all throughout the game and specially in the end of the game.
Cave Story. Fits the criteria rather well. Except the racing and fps.
I'd certainly recommend Dragons Dogma if you're into tabletop rpgs. It's like D&D: The Vidja.
Indie games are usually pretty good.
Battlefront on the Xbox was alright. I think there was a first person option.
I can't help you too much, op. Sorry. Most of the games I play are from 2000-2010. So my gaming knowledge is minimal.
Thanks for explaining.
Indie game designers arent usually fueled by money. They genuinely enjoy making games, so they put their best into each one.
I have yet to play one indie game that I didn't enjoy.