whats her name /v/?
No game will ever tell a story in quite the same abstract kind of way, and that's a bit sad.
Here's a game from 1989.
I enjoyed it anyway.
It was way better than it had any right to be.
No. This fucking game.
This fucking game was the SHIT. I LOVED this shit as a kid. My Dad used to work as an engineer/handyman and go over to people's houses and I would go with him, and one time they had a PS2 and this game and I played it for hours and eventually borrowed it and beat it
I actually rather enjoyed what little of Hellgate London that I played.
I fucking miss this game anyone else ever play it? Every time I think about I feel like I am going to cry because I think about happier times in life.
this game was trying a few things ahead of it time. The pay model, the rpg shooter thing years before borderlands. Art design was really cool- totally loved that game.
However, lets not forget it was also a buggy as fuck. I had to quit my first character because a crafting item ended up locked in the weapon slot. p.s. engineer4life
>who doesnt love greek mythology
>shootin stuff erryday
>huge battles tons of gore
>bosses suffer from weapon effects: a weapon that makes trash mobs explode/burn/turn to stone on death does the same to a boss
>killed Zeus with a shovel
I think this is the first fps I played where I looked down and could see my legs
Anyone else here play Ininja? That shit was fun as fuck sad we will never get shit this again.
Did anyone play this? It was a pretty good game.
Anyone ever play grabbed the ghoulys? It was a old xbox game, so fun and creative. God damn I miss original xbox games when games actually had life and story.
Anyone play Aqua Aqua?
I don't know if its actually any good, I just remember not having a clue how to play it.
It does look pretty neat though.
I am enjoying this game immensely, it tickles my balls in a silly way
The framerate sucked and the combat is mediocre but i still enjoy walking around in this game, i even platinum it
Most of /v/ is ironically cynical, then.
Not much surprise.
Ah, I don't have a gaming PC good enough to play it, but I remember hearing about this before it came out for early access. Sounds really neat, maybe one day I'll be able to check it out.
I play it for the terror mask VA
>Ah, I don't have a gaming PC good enough to play it
What? I've always been a console guy, then you grow up, you go to university, get a place, buy a car. You get expenses and constantly needing to upgrade a computer is more than some people can afford. I'm usually a generation behind anyways, I'm not done working my way through the PS3 or PSP games I have.
Everytime someone tries to re-write history and pretend the Dreamcast didn't have amazing games, I just remember this little weird gem.
Yet to find a person who has actually played this.
I wanted to get that when it came out. My PC at the time couldn't run it.
I always wondered what it would have been like to play it then. I refuse to play its weird F2P version that's basically a hub-MMO now. I don't even know how similar it is to what it was when it came out.
I always wondered if I dodged a bullet or missed out on something I'd have loved.
>I got a saturn instead of a ps1, parents would only let me choose one system and then I had to stick with it.
If you beat the game, you unlocked a level 2 version of that character, and then if you beat it again you got a level 3 version. Each version had cooler armor. If you beat the game on level 3 you got the "good" ending for that character. I don't understand why I haven't seen that mechanic show up in other games.
MY FUCKING NIGGER
I enjoyed the second one more though.