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ID: 5ca60  No.1920[Reply]

ID: 6f908  No.1921

To be honest was a little disappointed when I saw that it wasn't a digital release of all the old Disney Afternoon cartoons, but this is good too.



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ID: 647ff  No.1897[Reply]

Anyone play chess?


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ID: d1461  No.1839[Reply]

A friend of mine is in the film festival at Gencon, and I got a pass to go along with him.

Anyone want me to check out anything while I'm there, or is anyone else going?

ID: 5527b  No.1867

I have returned from gencon at 1:00 this morning and boy do I fucking ache.

I met the author of Erfworld, super nice. He invited me to a pizza party at his hotel's resturaunt. and he's one of the nicest people I've ever met.

I picked up some x-wing minis before they were officially released.

I played a bunch of demos for games that aren't released yet.

I lost an X-wing tournament HARD.

I tried steak and shake for the first time, and we need them on the east cost.

I slept for 12 hours after I got back. and am still processing the entire trip.

ID: 5527b  No.1868

OH! I also got to try out Mechwarrior pods! I came in third place in the match and it was a lot of fun, totally immersive.



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ID: 39d57  No.1784[Reply]

I've been playing a bit of this Magic the Gathering rip-off. And I have to admit, I like it a lot more than magic.

It does a lot of things you can only do in a digital game, but I think it adds one thing we can all agree on…
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ID: 75c51  No.1788

>>1785
>concubunny
Ha!

ID: 39d57  No.1789

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>>1788
Yep, I've got a whole deck based around them.

ID: 42ad1  No.1790

>>1789

"Concubunny"

I lol'd.

ID: 7a044  No.1827

>>1785
Hey these guys are cute
*reads lore*
Holy Shit

ID: 39d57  No.1828

>>1827
Yeah, no wonder they're the same faction as the undead and spider monsters.



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ID: dd544  No.1732[Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htMRhXPzYhY

Oh look, yet another StarFox 64 remake, with a single new mechanic being added. I also love how Nintendo claims it's neither a prequel, sequel or reboot, despite the fact it's a remake being blatantly obvious. And the fact the people are hyped about this game confirms that Nintendo fanboys will really eat up any shit thrown their way, even if it's the same game redone billion times, with prettier graphics each time.
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ID: a3f59  No.1802

>>1801
Exactly what I meant
The thing is many people's FIRST starfox game happens to be 64, mines was the SNES one. While 64 did MANY new things over the snes…if you removed all that you get the same story as the Snes one, and Zero sorta is like if you strip away some layers you get 64 and strip off some more layers you get SNES.

Its not a bad thing, many folks do the same thing of having a familiar base and then building up off of that.

This may be why some dislike Adventures, Assault and Command as they fall outside the usual baseline. The introduction of an idea of a starfox game where its barely about using the arwing, the introduction of the idea of on foot missions, the introduction of branching storyline where it determines your end story instead of which version of the end game boss you fight.

Also there have been rumors as of late on Starfox 2 being that the game had much more in it that we are missing in our "Patched" versions.

ID: fccb8  No.1804

>>1802
But again, that's the thing, no one, fucking NO ONE, was shitting on Adventures and Assault a few years ago like they are now. It's like when everyone decided Final Fantasy 10 is a pile of shit because Spoony said it is, it's as though JonTron negatively reviewing Adventures triggered something within the fandom and they decided it's shit and everyone's always hated it, high praise and response by critics and fans alike for nearly a decade be damned.

Even worse is the things they blame the "death" of the franchise on that aren't Command. After Zero was announced, I swear to God, I saw people declaring that IWATA HAS KILLED STAR FOX.

ID: a3f59  No.1805

>>1804
no, there were people shitting on it around that time just it slowly build up, for adventures is folks pointing at it being RARE's last nintendo console game blaming it on Microsoft (which no…its actually nintendo's fault cause they didnt buy up RARE but Microsoft decided to) finding out it was a WHOLE different game before starfox was added in(note they did redesign the game to add in the starfox part with the end of krystal at the time just being side casted after the first part of the game).

Assault though was mostly getting problems for its on foot controls being rather weird but it did get less shit on than adventures.

The thing about these games is what you stated happen: Big name folks reviewed em and just shat on em and thus folks just bandwagon and shat on them. After a while though folks started pointing out those two games wasnt bad, and folks instead of just listening played em and also agreed: "These games arent bad, they arent good, but not actually bad…they are just different"

I mean right now I'm trying to get a copy of Commands thru the WiiU shop so I can at least FULLY try that game out instead of watching gameplays or my friend play it so I can fully experience the game as so far most folks just say the controls were weird and some endings was just stupid (but then again that game is outside of canon)

ID: e3e62  No.1806

>>1805
Oh no, I know haters existed then too, but it wasn't some widespread en masse bitchfest about its very existence and claiming Krystal somehow killed the franchise and whatever else until just a few years ago. In fact, Adventures got so much consistent positivity and praise from both the critics and the players, its scores were extremely close to matching 64's and it was even a GameCube best-seller. Then all of a sudden, around 2011, nearly everyone turns into a 64 nostalgiafag, declares that both Adventures and Assault have always been shit, takes a game without Krystal in it as proof that she's been erased from canon, and makes sure Nintendo never makes a Star Fox game that isn't a reskinned 64 ever again.

ID: a3da3  No.1825




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ID: daedf  No.1794[Reply]

Apparently due in a couple of months, it will let players make a new captain that will start out life basically when season four of TOS would have happened, if season four of TOS had happened. Presumably at the end of these missions set in the past your captain will hit some temporal anomaly and wind up stuck in the game's current timeline.

Wonder how it will affect the summer event?

(Screenshot not related, just one of my alts and a friend's char.)
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ID: daedf  No.1807

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>Devs put the new expansion on the test server
>For testing
>Everyone's bitching about it not being in a completely polished, flawlessly playable state

ID: 70bc7  No.1808

also it was on a gaming post and ;listed on gamefaqs as coming to PS4 and XBone

ID: 1e61f  No.1809

>>1807

Y'know, it wouldn't be so bad if the bitchers of that variety weren't 90% of the 'testers' that attended the test server. Now they'll have to blow through all the crap to find valid criticisms. Again.

>>1808

While I'm not surprised at the console release given neverwinter's success and all, I'm a bit stymied how they'll make space combat work. Maybe' they'll do the sensible thing and give the weapons auto-fire from the get-go instead of a toggle, and give subsystem failures a bit more impact. Way it stands now, it plays as a button masher, and not the kind that's attached to a single button even a console controller can use effectively.

ID: daedf  No.1810

>>1809

The game can already be played with a 360 controller, apparently, though I've never tried it. Presumably you press the shoulder triggers and it changes what the four buttons do.

ID: 6dae4  No.1814

Judging from seeing the dev posts about Daniels (that time traveling guy from Enterprise?) I'm starting to wonder if the TOS captain's suddenly gonna end up in 2410 via some sort of "Cause and Effect" spacetime gobbeldygook.



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ID: 23ce2  No.1242[Reply]

As far as mobile games go, it's mostly freemium of course, but as far as freemium games go, I've been enjoying the shit out of Final Fantasy Record Keeper.

Essentially, the story is you're what amounts to a librarian that's on his first day…and boy what a first day! The library of all Final Fantasy world records is raided by some unspeakable darkness and the stories have been scattered, putting the multiverse in disarray.

So it becomes up to you to travel to these different realms and recapture the story "memories" to restore the records.

Gameplay wise it's old school turn based RPG with a party of 5. Everyone is limited to a weapon/armor/accessory slot and two ability slots. Your party is made up of different characters you find while discovering the records. Each character is empowered when fighting in their own realm and items used in their native realms are also empowered.

There's limit breaks and this is really where the freemium comes in. Every character has their own "Soul break" to start, but acquiring unique weapons allows you to unlock new ones. You can do it the slow way by gathering mythril to roll the dice or you can pay to roll the dice more often.

Anyway, what I love about this game is it's sufficiently challenging at higher levels, customizing your team is actually pretty engaging. Every realm uses music from the original games. While choosing a record to engage, you hear the game's "overworld" theme. During combat you hear the world's combat theme. It's glorious.

Not just all, they have frequent events that allow you to pile up items and upgrades as well as catch up if you missed a specific character's event to acquire.

My current team is Cloud, Sephiroth, Fran, Vivi, and Garnet.
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ID: 58767  No.1338

Man this game is weird.

Now that enemies have HP bars, I've noticed what an odd way they handle the bonus damage from RMs like "do extra damage when wielding a _____". Instead of just adding a flat bonus to the damage you deal out if your character is wielding one, apparently you do damage as normal, then the game CHECKS what weapon you're using, and applies a little more damage to the enemy.

ID: 2266b  No.1339

>>1338
…So that's why the bars seem to "wiggle" when I attack or get attacked. lol I thought it was just a favorable bug.

ID: 2266b  No.1341

That feel when there still hasn't been a Red XIII memory crystal.

ID: 1a11c  No.1679

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>The latest update

Well holy shit.

ID: 2266b  No.1680

>>1679
Right?! Especially the Red XIII memory crystal. Finally, he can stop being a lvl50 anchor on my team.

Also the beginner's choice 11 buy they added. I will give Cloud a sword finally if I don't get one from the draw.

Also, snazzy new UI. Liking it.



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ID: 14951  No.1112[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

>Are ya ready kids?!

Ready for what, cap'n?!

>Ready to spend the entirety of E3 listening to Nintendo fanboys declare Nintendo's presenters to be gods made flesh!


No.

>TOO FUCKING BAD BECAUSE IT'S AN E3 THREAD!
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ID: b0440  No.1667

>We wouldn't be able to fit it on the disk!

Here's a thought: keep it as one game but split it into multiple disks. Like you fucking did originally.

Oh, wait, I forgot, you fucking fired everyone who knew how to do that. Just like you fired everyone who knew how to make a classic RPG instead of this button-mashing shit.

ID: 900c2  No.1668

You know how they were able to fit such huge seemingly open worlds onto a few small CDs? Every single location in the game was a prerendered backdrop on top of a barebones map. The framerate was good bcause the only thing the engine had to render were the characters.

Now they have to have the graphics render everything in real-time creating a massive workload and cause the game to run like crap and make the hardware catch on fire.

Their overinflated budget makes them think they can power through the limitations rather than work around them like they used to. They should be finding new solutions to the problems, or at least improve upon their old solution.

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ID: 1ae18  No.1670

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>>1669
>Blahblahblah vision blahblahblah epic blahblahblah we knew you would understand and love it

Fuck you, dude.

ID: 91c1b  No.1671

>>1669
Oh hey, the hallway is back.



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ID: 2ec4e  No.1601[Reply]

https://www.reddit.com/r/gamernews/comments/3thnnm/kotaku_has_been_blacklisted_by_bethesda_and/

http://kotaku.com/a-price-of-games-journalism-1743526293

But of course, Kotaku wouldn't like you to know that. Instead they're spinning it as "corrupt gaming industry bullying and censoring honest journalists". Pic so fucking related. Keep in mind, this is the same guy who complained about female characters in Dragon's Crown having large breasts, calling it "lolicon fantasies".

ID: bf11c  No.1646

>Gawker
>real journalism

That's fucking hillarious.



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ID: 518d1  No.1386[Reply]

I freaking love this card game, so I thought I'd make a thread about it to see if anyone else likes it. I got the steam version with a season pass and it's an accurate representation, but not quite the same as playing with people. Where everybody takes their favorite hero and rolling with it, synergy be damned.

America's Greatest Legacy is freaking amazing, especially with Super Science Tachyon. With those two I've beaten everyone in every location except for Spite, Akashu'bhuta, and the Variants for Gloomweaver and Omnitron.
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ID: 6d72b  No.1535

So, If I were to stream this game would anyone here watch it?

ID: 5d582  No.1594

>>1392

And Warlord Voss IS NOT Darkseid/Doomsday mix.

ID: 518d1  No.1595

>>1594
Yes yes.
Spite is Bane
Omnitron isn't Ultron
Baron Blade isn't a Doom/Luthor hybrid
Ra isn't Thor
Nightmist isn't Dr Strange
Visionary isn't Raven
Bunker isn't War Machine

ID: 518d1  No.1604

Mini-Pack 2 just dropped today. The Scholar (Of whom I've had the pleasure of playing in the physical edition. He's pretty interesting) Miss Information (She's…odd. That's all I can really say about her.) and The Final Wasteland (A pretty fun environment, most of the targets in it are Cryptids like the Yeti and The Jersey Devil, that hit enemies almost as much as heroes)

ID: 518d1  No.1605

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Well that was rough. You've got to sit there and take it while she destroys your ongoings and equipment until you get enough clues, and THEN when you finally can damage her she hits you back just as hard and makes you deal damage to yourself. Without a few lucky draws with Super Science Tacheon, I'd have been screwed.

It also doesn't help that when Unity's bots have no villain targets to attack, they HAVE to attack a hero target.



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