Is there anyone here who plays Dofus? It's an MMO with 16 unique classes, a turn-based battle system, and a good sense of humor. I recently picked it back up a week ago after a 3 year hiatus. It would be cool if I could get some Brohnos to play with me. If you do decide to play, pick Shika for your server, because that's the one I'm on.
It is pay-to-play, but you can play for free up to a certain point. Plus, subscriptions do not cost very much.
I find the art of the show and the game very cute, but when I tried to play it last time it didn't seem to interest me much to continue playing.
Web / flash games thread?
To kick us off, here's a Metroid/Cave Story style action game starring a snail:
It's pretty short, and not especially hard (difficulty scales well). You can use your snail powers to climb on the walls and ceilings, and you get a gravity power like in Metal Storm (but 4-way instead of 2-way). Also, you get to upgrade the weapons, and the upgraded pea shooter provides a moment of hilarity.
Neutral escape games. Tesshi-e also.
Hoshi Saga series is fun as well.
What's your favourite game music ever?
I liked the ost from Halo.
Command & Conquer forever especially Red Alert.
London Philharmonic Orchestra - Greatest Video Game Music Album 1 - Complete
The soundtrack from One Way Heroics gives off this epic adventure feeling. Epic in a "tale"-like sense.
I've interest in playing it now.
One Way Heroics rules
Come on now, there's gotta be something you're sick of seeing get over used in videogame after videogame.
Something you wish they would just stop with already.
Personally, for one, it's most modern games limiting how many weapons you can cary at any one time to just two or three.
useualy being, one small weapon, such as a hand gun, and one or two bigger guns.
This I suspect to be not for realism, but to cover for their own laziness and unwillingness to make more available weapons for the game.
" It seems ever since the next gen consoles were released, the gaming industry hasn’t progressed along with the console themselves. We’ve seen review embargoes, buggy games on launch, 15GB day one patches, unresponsive servers and questionable contents of water in a game review. "
DLC still gets my goat.
May we have some guys that are steroid abusers?
This is a thread for giving out games you don't want. Be it keys or hard copies that could be mailed.
Please try not to be greedy and if you can pass along the favor.
That's a good idea.
There's a couple of stinkers in the Square Enix humble bundle that I don't want in my steam library - Startopia and Kane&Lynch Collection. Here's gift links (Steam keys) for anyone who's interested:
Startopia - https://www.humblebundle.com/gift?key=ZTqw3Grhm8R6sCxD
Kane&Lynch - https://www.humblebundle.com/gift?key=PWhkZTKd2NrXWuwq
I don't personally care for thank you posts, but it's probably a good idea to reply if you've claimed something. That way, others will know what to ignore.
Thanks for Kane & Lynch Collection!
Okay, looks like the keys are gone. Thanks for taking the time to grab them.
I don't use Steam but long story short I've got £6.99 in my Steam wallet that I want to get rid of (since I can't have it back). I've been trying to find an artist who will take a steam key as commission payment but nobody wants to do that.
So either if anybody can draw, would you be willing to accept a game (your choice - £6.99 isn't the max) as a commission fee or I'll just buy something for somebody here to give away?
So how about another thread about sequels we'd like to see but won't ever get? I'd bump the old one but it's in the archive already.
While we wait for Bloodborne,
Forever waiting for the next Sin & Punishment game.
It might have been a sequel but I was interested in The Last Guardian about half a decade ago. I would still like it but I wouldn't be excited, it's a bit too late for that.
Did anyone ask for a Wolfenstein prequel or sequel?
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Fun for an April's Fool Joke.
2015 is year of the Goat (Sim)
Chess: the Review by Ingmar Bergman (haha!)
Just play it!
Chess..chess never changes Ω
I prefer poker
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I come to you today with a request.
Do you know of any genuinely scary games?
I've wanted to be scared for a while now, but nothing seems to do it, so I'm turning to games for another try.
Also, Horror general, because this genre as a whole is great.Post edited on 15th Feb 2012, 1:40pm
I played a little of 5 Days a Stranger. The graphics are obviously terrible, but I remember it being genuinely tense. It's been a few years since I played the little amount I did, though.
While Demon's Souls and Dark Souls 1 are very atmospheric, I disagree that they are scary. Although, maybe it's because I played them so much. I think I might have been tense my first time through the Tower of Latria and New Londo. The groaning in the tower, while annoying, is unsettling when you don't know the source. And the ghosts I remember being being scary when I didn't know their mechanics.
Play-to-win micro-transcation games.
The amount of money you lose to those games are truly scary.
Roam around Japanese rural cult villages where you play as multiple characters that need to escape and use a power called sightjacking to see from the POV of the Shibito, corpses reanimated by supernatural forces. Unlike normal zombies Shibito retain a sense of intelligence and personality. They are immortal as well so make use of that sightjacking. There's a bunch of other monster types but I won't spoil them.
In the second game they ramp it up by having you play as a blind character, that has to use his sightjacking on his trusty German Shepherd and the Shibito as well in order to navigate. This was my favorite part in the series.
There's three games, two on PS2 and a reimagining of the first with American reporters and a transfer student as main characters on the PS3. The PS3 entry is also structured like a TV series with a linear story while the PS2 games requires a bit of backtracking to unlock the true ending.
I remember shitting myself with certain Playstation 1 games. The Clock Tower, Resident Evil 2, King's Field, probably more. Early 3D plus horror elements is a dangerous combination. Quake can also be really fucking terrifying too, and Waxworks is also horrifying. I wish I could tell you more but I have never been a huge fan of shit that prevents me from sleeping.
Some of us decided to play world of tanks together. Mostly becuase of the girls und panzar mods for the game.
Mods can be found here.
Be sure to leave your username in the thread and
hurry on over to join the moe military!Post edited on 1st Jun 2013, 2:48pm
How about War Thunder?
OK, will try this.
Tanks a lot
Air support, please.
If you have not played this game, it is pretty awesome. You can play solo or multiplayer with up to 4 people online or local. It'd be nice to have a Tohno party.
What do you do in this? Will I enjoy it?
It's just your basic dungeon crawler, but I found it fun. The music is catchy, and although it's simple, it's addictive.
Here is the launch trailer.
Legend of Dungeon (LoD) is much nicer for a similar game.
Unicorns that fart rainbows!