I can’t watch certain people play RPGs because their decisions stress me out.
New Sword Art Online: Hollow Fragment 15sec Commercial & Screenshots Unveiled!
Players can pick up new friends and party members for their adventures while exploring. Kirito can also deepen his relationships with his partners by hanging out with them in the cities, probably like the Persona series.
Robin in the forest
this fucking game.
Okay let me talk about this game. This game, The Path, is a game about Little Red Riding Hood and the evil Wolf who tries to eat her. There are 5 Little Red Riding Hoods, all sisters, and each of them has their own Wolf. Each Red is different, and each Wolf is made to be her downfall, what will eat her up, in their own unique way unique to each girl, presented in an abstract manner that you only get to make sense of once you play the game. The game is an examination of these girls and conquering temptation/fear.
Sometimes, a mysterious girl in a white dress will find you, and help you avoid your wolf….
The website for this game is terrifying in a sort of web 1.0 old creepy Japanese horror haunted websites sort of way. I’m reminded of Yume Nikki, and the Crimson Room, those sorts of games. So awesome, yeesh what a blast from the past seeing this game again is :D
I’ve heard of this thing. I don’t know if I want to play it.
i REALLY recommend this game!!!!!! it is so so good and the soundtrack is incredible but pls be aware for subtle (or not so subtle, depending on your experiences) references of #rape and #child abuse
but there are no jump scares, so if that’s a thing that upsets you don’t worry it’s not gonna have things jump out and scream or anything
it IS a psychological thriller and you WILL think about it a lot for a long time afterwards and probably read the forums to see what some of the symbolism means
if you like the style of this game but want something that isn’t scary, try out the endless forest also by tale of tales - an online “game” where you play as a deer with a human face! there’s no chat system, so you communicate by mooing and dancing :-) sometimes you wear a lil flower crown it’s really cute (there’s no story though, so play it for the style and experience rather than a coherent plot)
……WHATS SAD IS I HAVE SEVERAL GREAT GUYS I GAME WITH AND THEYA RE SWEETHEARTS AND NOT THE JERKS WHO MAKE FUN OF FEMALE GAMERS
AND I ONCE DID THIS AND OMG I WAS LIKE COVERED WITH AMO AND I LAUGHED ALL
'AWW YEEEA MY MEN KNOW HOW TO KEEP MAMA HAPPY'
AND I SWEAR THEY LAUGHED SO MUCH ONCE CHOKED ON A CIGARETTE LKSDHFLHK
This is actually adorable
MMORPGs are hard to get into.
I’ve been out of the MMO loop for nearly four or five years, now? And since then, a ton of new free-to-play games have started to crop up. I don’t know where to start in terms of game mechanics, innovation, a well-rounded community, or any of that. But, I’ve lately felt like sinking some time into a game again.
I know I could always play WoW for free up until a certain point, but I really don’t need the temptation of the ability to be sucked into something that time consuming. Not to mention, I’m pretty sure I jumped ship off of WoW mainly /due/ to how far behind I am in all of it. I don’t really see the point in getting into something that is really complicated without anyone’s help, and I think I know /one/ person who has actually played WoW enough that they’d be able to help me. And I don’t even know if they play anymore. So, that’s kinda out of the picture.
I need something at my own pace, super flexible, and with a bit of structure. I played Asheron’s Call way, WAY back in the day, and I freaking loved that game. After that one, though, I got into Ragnarok Online for a supremely long amount of time. It was great. It still had challenging parts, but was simple enough that my friends who are only casual gamers were able to get into it, and I could hang out with them in there.
I guess if anyone happens to know of a decent MMO to check out, they can inbox me. I’m leaning way more toward fantasy elements, rather than sci-fi. I was thinking about trying the new Ragnarok Online II out, if only to see if I enjoy the feel of it. I’m open to trying just about anything, but since I’m so far behind, it’s a pain in the ass to kinda guess and know what’s good right off the bat.
Also, I apologize for all of the text posts as of late. I’ll resume my usual posting soon.
How to pick the perfect video game
I fully support this flow chart. Impressive.
“Do you like being called a n00b by 8 years olds? Yes? Halo 3.”
Oh my god…
All it’s missing is a no more heroes game