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14/05/18(Sun)19:13 No. 142686 ID: 38f489 [Reply]
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>another non-Nintendo/Dimps/Atari DBZ game
>another exclusive for PS4 (this time, not for Xbox Juan)
>made again by Bandai Namco
>everybody's forgetting about the disappointment that was Ultimate Tenkaichi and Battle of Z

and i'm sitting here waiting for:
-Budokai 4 (for PS4 and WiiU)
-Legacy of Goku 4 (for 3DS)
-another DBGT game with huge amount a fighting techniques and huge exploration and secrets (fuck you, DBGT-Transformation was a great fighting game)
-DBH Galaxy/Jaakuryu mission (3DS port/US and UK release)
-another PSP DBZ game by Dimps
-a Open World Dragonball game
-another DBZ game made by ex-Capcom devs
-new DBZ game that mixes Burst Limit and Raging Blast (Call it "DBZ: Atomic Fury")
-a remake of DBZ Sagas made by Platinum Games (WiiU exclusive of course :3)
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14/05/24(Sat)07:57 No. 142716 ID: 9ef6da

>>142707
Does being "fun" make them good games? Because a lot of dragon ball z games were fun. Burst limit was my favorite. The characters were a lot more balanced than most of the other games (which was lore breaking, but who gives a shit? SSJ Goku fighting Krillin ever is lore breaking) and it was fast paced and disregarded the stupid energy systems previous games had. It did a lot of other cool shit too, but I'm done here.


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14/05/24(Sat)15:51 No. 142718 ID: 551bef

>>142716
>>142707 here.
Obviously "fun" is subjective. I'll admit that I have enjoyed playing most DBZ games, but personally I find that they get too repetitive for me to care about clearing the game. Calling them turds is a bit harsh (for most of them), but I feel that the novelty of playing as DBZ characters runs out quick, and then you're left with a game that's mediocre at best.
I'll admit, I absolutely loved the first Budokai game because of the abridged story mode with great (for it's time) cutscenes. The fighting game behind the cutscenes was very mediocre, but I felt it was worth playing it for the cutscenes. So far, I haven't seen any DBZ game with so much effort behind the cutscenes, which makes me a bit disappointed, because that was the only reason I finished the first game.


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ice!.RAPE.curg 14/05/24(Sat)17:14 No. 142719 ID: b48181

>>142707
legacy of goku series says hi




14/04/10(Thu)10:27 No. 142489 ID: 8e0d05 [Reply]
142489

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xUWnQu2Grs

Pros:
- Melee speed
- Brawl music
- Old stages
- More Pokemon
- Online mode

Cons:
- Online reporting
- No "For Fun/Glory" on Wii U
- Overpowered attacks
- Waluigi isn't playable

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14/05/13(Tue)12:22 No. 142651 ID: a30ebf

>>142629
Don't give up hope! Maybe Sakurai tricked us and showed us those trohpies that every playable character has just to fool us.


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14/05/17(Sat)03:42 No. 142678 ID: 873781

Cons:
Tourneyfags


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D.+Rex+!fySHhgpC3E 14/05/17(Sat)20:25 No. 142679 ID: 2dd406

>>142678

They'll surely bitch that SSB4 is not Melee.

By the way, the newest pic of the day confirms that the Villager has 4 different models.

I hope that means that we'll get more alternate models for many other characters.




14/05/16(Fri)22:04 No. 142677 ID: aaad3e [Reply]
142677

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Guys, have you played transformice? Guys. It's so good. Guys transformice.




Terraria Silly Wizard 14/05/12(Mon)05:08 No. 142636 ID: c5024c [Reply]
142636

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Sup folks. Looking for a buddy to farm hardmode bosses / build an epic castle. None of my Real World friends like Terraria so I have to find new ones on the internets!

I can gear you up some what. Even a new player is welcome. I can host. Compy is super fast but its servicable. No mods or pugins, generic base game, I dont use inventory editor. Occasionaly use map editor to correct mistakes.

Contact via email.


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Silly+Wizard 14/05/12(Mon)05:36 No. 142639 ID: c5024c

Love starbound. Cant run it on current compies. Also cant afford to buy legit copy for a few more weeks.

Will play more of later when new pc and legit copy is found.

for right now though I have and like Terraria.


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14/05/14(Wed)09:50 No. 142660 ID: 12c1a6

You would have better luck joining the 7chan group on Steam, in addition to joining IRC and asking in #7chan
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14/05/16(Fri)21:35 No. 142676 ID: 851704

Recently started playing after stopping for a few months... such a shame nobody plays online on ps3...




14/04/19(Sat)21:34 No. 142517 ID: 16901a [Reply]
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APNG is a cool format.


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14/04/21(Mon)01:08 No. 142534 ID: 16901a
142534

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Blegh.


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14/05/16(Fri)14:01 No. 142671 ID: eae3ba

I had to install an extension to see these on Chrome. I can't believe it's been like 20 years and we're still using gifs.


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14/05/16(Fri)20:03 No. 142674 ID: 114d7c
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>>142671
Same. It's better than GIF in every way, but apparently since the PNG group officially rejected the format it's had a lot of trouble getting more support.




heavy bullets ice!.RAPE.curg 14/05/16(Fri)15:43 No. 142672 ID: b48181 [Reply]
142672

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just got a coupon for this, so i looked into it a bit on youtube, bought and played about 3 hours so far
seems pretty neat.
shows some promise, though ive only reached the first boss in level 4 so far (its a roguelike fps with perma death)
the items and upgrades you can get give it a nice amount of depth though
and randomized levels make it so replaying them isnt just tedium

and just who doesnt want mario64 graphics with a heavy dose of lsd and 8bit gameboy pocket music

http://store.steampowered.com/app/297120




14/05/10(Sat)09:10 No. 142624 ID: 8bee22 [Reply]
142624

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Anyone playing an MMORPG at the moment? I need suggestions on a good one to play. Looking for something free and addictive.


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14/05/11(Sun)18:43 No. 142631 ID: c1716f

I'm usually all about the mmos but lately I haven't play anything. I might take a spin on wow private servers again, I haven't played since wotlk.


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14/05/14(Wed)06:10 No. 142655 ID: 721764

I'm really interested in trying Darkfall: Unholy Wars since I played the original but I don't wanna pay for it unless I know I'm gonna like it.


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14/05/15(Thu)17:39 No. 142669 ID: 92367d

Tried the Wildstar open beta. The trailers presented a pretty fresh setting and charming humor. The end result is a painfully standard and ultimately pretty cheap experience. No way this is worth subscribing to.

The Secret World is pretty interesting, but it sure as shit isn't for its online-ess. It should be a solo RPG.

I'm going to go with Guild Wars 2 being the best MMO out there at present. Far better than the first one. It's just plain well designed and well realized. Full price, but no subscription.




14/05/14(Wed)05:47 No. 142654 ID: b48181 [Reply]
142654

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hl2 and portal now officially running natively on the nvidia shield

http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2014/05/12/half-life-2-portal-shield/




14/05/09(Fri)06:46 No. 142611 ID: 8e0d05 [Reply]
142611

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http://time.com/91308/nintendo-gay-marriage-ban-tomodachi-life/

Why is America so obsessed with gay marriage? Even if Nintendo had actually banned gay marriage, it's just a video game and no one is obligated to put anything in any video game.

It would have been fun if the glitch was left in as a joke, but I swear, the kinds of people who get up in arms over this shit don't get jokes.

And don't tell me "But you can play as a boy or a girl, so why not a gay person?" because that's retarded. Go make your own game if you want one and quit bitching about other games being made.


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14/05/13(Tue)00:00 No. 142645 ID: f86070

>>142623

One can only hope.


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14/05/13(Tue)03:05 No. 142648 ID: 6b1bfc

Luckily being gay is a self solving problem. Nintendo would have been worse off allowing it. Parents that are capable of having children wouldn't put up with that, even if they are too well adjusted to whine and cry about it instead of just not buying it.


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14/05/15(Thu)08:24 No. 142667 ID: 54e99b

The goal of the game is pretty much to have a kid.

Everything about this uproar is stupid, including this thread.
And this post.




FussyPoot 14/04/25(Fri)01:34 No. 142561 ID: 0bbbe8 [Reply]
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I'm new to JRPGs. Could any of you recommend me some?


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14/05/06(Tue)21:35 No. 142607 ID: b957e5

Shenmue. You'll be hard pressed to find something that provides a better experience as a whole.


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14/05/13(Tue)02:52 No. 142646 ID: f86070

Since OP posted a Star Ocean pic, might as well talk about that.

During the development of Tales of Phantasia for the Super Famicom, several members of Namco's Tales studio broke off to become Tri-Ace, creators of Star Ocean as well as Valkyrie Profile.

The Star Ocean series of action rpgs is a JRPG take on Star Trek; mankind has developed faster than light travel and

The first entry in the series was released for the Super Famicom, but, due to it being released in the twilight years of the SFC, and possibly due to the cartridge being one of the most technologically advanced (and therefore expensive) carts to produce, it never saw release outside Japan. It is available, however, for the PSP, released as Star Ocean: First Destination. The art for the game was completely redone and the battle areas changed to 3D to make it visually in line with Second Destination.

Star Ocean: The Second Story was released for the PSX and is widely considered the best of the series, due to the greater depth of character customization and Item Creation. It was rereleased on the PSP as Second Destination.

Star Ocean: 'Till the End of Time, which is what the Japanese know as the 'director's cut' of Star Ocean 3, was released for the PS2 and wasn't recieved well in it's original released due to compatability issues on older model PS2s. Fortunately that was all fixed for the US release. TtEoT still has its problems. It has a very slow start; despite this game showing off an opening FMV where you see Earth 800 years in the future, your first ~8 hours will be spent on two medieval planets. Probably the biggest complaint was the plot twist that occurs towards the end that pretty much turns the whole series on its head; It turns out that all the games took place in something called the Eternal Sphere, an MMO created by denizens of the 4th dimension. The game's final main boss is the chief programmer of the game. The Eternal Sphere ceases to exist, but all the NPCs continue to exist as real people because they believed they were real... or something. Despite that, it's a pretty fun game if you have a LOT of time to sink in a JRPG.

Star Ocean: The Last Hope was released for the 360, and then a year later it came to the PS3 with a host of additions like Japanese voice track. It's probably the worst of the Star Oceans, but its generally regarded as better than some of SquEnix's other JRPG offerings on the last-gen systems like Infinite Undiscovery. It wouldn't be the title I'd recommend someone to play first, but it was on last-gen hardware, it shouldn't be too expensive to pick up.

Finally, there's Star Ocean: Blue Sphere. Released for the Game Boy Color of all things, it was a sequel to The Second Story and featured side-scrolling battles a la Tales rather than the top-down battles Message too long. Click here to view the full text.


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14/05/13(Tue)03:01 No. 142647 ID: f86070

>>142646

Derp. I should probably finish writing sentences.

The Star Ocean series of action rpgs is a JRPG take on Star Trek; mankind has developed faster than light travel and is now exploring the galaxy. The games wear ther inspiration on their sleeve; the first SO's intro is near-plagarizingly-similar to the opening of the Star Trek show, and SO has an equivalent to the Prime Directive called the UP3 (Undeveloped Planet Preservation Pact). Despite that, the game's have a fair amount of supernatural elements.




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