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  2. I want a One Piece game that's open world and has char creation, where you could like sail to different islands and pick random fodder in villages as crew members. Do quests, find devil fruits. That'd be awesome.. maybe one day. 🤤
  3. I couldn't find the source for the image below. But the artist's name is in the bottom right-hand corner just to clarify.
  4. For me it's a tie between The World Ends With You ,Sonic 3 & Knuckles, and Kingdom Hearts II.
  5. I've been playing Age of the Empires 3 Wars of Liberty mod a lot the past couple of days. If anybody still plays this game, want to do multiplayer with me sometime?
  6. I don't know who you are, but I did the survey
  7. Hay yall, sorry for doing this but can you do my survey. It's all about video games and will only take you 3 mins. I just need to know what games your prefer and preferences on investigative games you may have. Thank you soo much as it really dose mean a lot, here you go; https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GMLWXJB Hope you all have a good day and I hope to hear from you soon!
  8. Hey Sobun you should make this open To more than the club If you want people to respond . OK about MMO anime I dont normally what them , but overlord is a great one I puts a twist on a normal MMO . Its a really fun show If you haven't you should check it out
  9. Not every game is perfect... sometimes they suffer from silly pathing. So who wants to tell this big beastie he's not actually going anywhere..?
  10. Thought I'd share this here! Helped my friend out with a hunt recently, and got a pretty neat kill screen. Daora is frustrating enough because it moves around a LOT and for two glaive-users, he's a real pain in the neck... somehow... SOMEHOW I killed him with a Nitrotoad. Here he is going 'boom,' and the beastie dropped a second later. I was pleased.
  11. Those are all valuable qualities to have. I think especially leadership; some people are just naturals at it, some have to learn it, and some never do. Yet without a leader in any given group, the structure falls apart and there's no aim and it's chaotic and tends to fall apart easily. I could use something like that. My creativity can be lacking at times. I used to be so in touch with it, but then I got older and it seems to have wandered off. Maybe I should give the Sims a try.
  12. I was talked into getting this game by three IRL friends and some chick on TrollX, but I'm so happy I did because by all that is holy this game is so much fun. If you're somebody like me who loves boss fights, this is your messiah. It's like a more dedicated Shadow of the Colossus and the aim of the game is almost entirely to take down big targets. There are nearly twenty different weapons you can choose from in your arsenal, and they all play immensely different (I've taken to the glaives myself.) Every monster is so different and poses its own challenges, and there is no one set of armour you can take into every fight and win; you have to learn what loadout works best for each monster and prep accordingly. I love that bit. Who else has been playing?
  13. I've actually bought this game on Xbox and it's still sitting on my shelf waiting to be played. My boyfriend said he'd play it with me, but he's been filling up his schedule a lot lately since he took up coaching. So I've just been biding my time. =)
  14. The only thing I can describe "A Way Out". The Mafia franchise and Army of Two unborn baby. This game has action, suspense, betrayal, and whatever else you can guess. You and your partner will never want to put the game down and if you do, you'll just want to pick it up again. In short the game is awesome. The game starts off with you and your partner picking one of the two characters you'll be using; Vincent and Leo. Vincent, is a college graduate being sent to jail on a murder rap. Leo, is a gangster in for for whatever you can think off. Now I can tell you that it matters which character you'll be using, but the only thing that differs between them, is strength. Vincent is sightly stronger then Leo, making him useful in pick-ups from high ledges. Leo can't do that. That's all. The game plays like chapters, you're playing as Vincent and Leo in memory, while the real characters are on a plane heading out of the states reminiscing about everything until that point. Now I'm not going to give you guys to much information on the game, because I wouldn't want anyone to spoil this game for me at all. What I can tell you is that this game goes deeper then two criminals escaping from jail. It digs into their lives having you get emotional invested in your characters progression. You want your character to escape, you want them to get to their families, you want them to ride off into the sunset with smiles on their faces; but you;ll soon see that's not going to happen. In an instant, all of that will change in a way you never saw coming. Me and my partner could barely believe it and it had us on our toes even more than the game already had. Speaking of partner, YOU NEED ONE!!! Not just anyone, not the person that you find online, because that isn't going to work. Finding a random person maybe your only way to play, but I highly doubt anyone gets this game without a partner in mine. It's a lot easier to play with someone you know, the chemistry will already be there, you know what person should be doing what in certain circumstances, and when you want to grab an achievement you don't have to force that person to help. I'm making this game sound like it's awesome in every way, but like with everything it has it's flaws. The mechanics for the driving isn't the best, it's stiff and loose all at the same time making it a bit harder to escape the cops. Especially, since all the cops come after you like you're in GTA and have 5 stars. When you finally get to use a gun you're over the freaking moon, until you see the gun mechanics and how many you get to use. You have 5 in your arsenal. Shotgun, sniper, rifle, sub-machine, handgun. All of them fire differently, aim isn't great and it takes about a clip to take down someone. You can easily look pass all of this, because the game makes up for it. To sum it all up, get the game. You and your friend will have a great time.
  15. Good day everyone, I was just wondering, what are your thoughs on roleplaying in Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games? It was quite common back in the day, and unfortunately it's becoming less frequent... I still enjoy it as much as in the beginning though, quite a unique form of metagaming. Some examples of MMORPGs where Role Play is very common are Star Wars the Old Republic and The Lord of the Rings Online.
  16. I don’t know if it counts as a life lesson, but things like the Sims 4 (I’ve also played 2 and 3 growing up) have taught me some modicum of patience. And they also really help me with being more in touch with my creative side, as well as being more willing to try different things in life
  17. I haven’t really played much of anything except for Sims 4 in the past year or so. Life is getting more stable though, and I might start playing some more things once we get a new place and have our shit a bit more figured out. Right now we’re just mostly focused on saving money and paying off some bills
  18. I’m not very creative with my handles. Usually some variant of coluseven. Even my name on the forum is a variant of it haha
  19. I don’t play any MMOs, so I guess this doesn’t really apply to me. But for my other stuff, I’d say I’m pretty casual about games. When it comes to racing type games though (Mario Kart in particular), I have a lot of fun being super competitive and trash talking. All in good fun though, I even let people know ahead of time that I’m not actually being serious and fully encourage them to do it back to me
  20. Of course games teach lessons, and one I really admire is one taught by the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games. It has taught me optimism, caution, leadership and how to inspire others, and most importantly, the value of a legitimate friendship.
  21. (And vice-versa!) I'll wager a lot of us have been gamers for a fair number of years, yes? Have there been any life lessons learned from playing the games you play? Or, even inversely, have you been able to apply certain lessons to the games you play? There's widely agreed sentiment claiming that sports stand to teach players many things such as teamwork, discipline, and even teach you some proper fitness. They are far from wrong, but I think video games can teach you some things, too! I can say with utmost certainty that League of Legends has taught me patience, and helped me understand what an impact attitude can have in a team setting. The same can probably be said for any MOBA game. You can be the most skilled player in your region, and still lose games if you forsake the rest of your team. You can't just go off on your own and win single-handedly; your team must be able to keep up together or you will lose when it comes to the late game team fights. That is why the strongest/most skilled on the team needs to be able to help the other four out rather than simply focusing on themselves. They need to be aware of the big picture, because ultimately, objectives are what will win the game, not the K/D/A. I've seen even the most hopeless of games turn around not because the players "got gud," but because they didn't give up. Likewise, the game has taught me patience. Sometimes, I see my team make mistakes. Realllllly stupid, shouldn't-have-even-happened mistakes, and MOBA games are known for being very punishing. Unfortunately, the result is often that person getting berated and flamed by their teammates. And we aren't talking constructive criticism, these are outright insults offering no solutions. Having been on the receiving end, I have chosen to never to talk down to someone for a mistake no matter how upset it makes me feel. I understand the game has a steep learning curve. I've learned how to build a bridge, get over the problem, adapt, and find a new solution if the mistake has affected the previous one. That is the only way to win- surely that is the common goal between the five of us. Kicking somebody when they are already down is only hurting yourself in the long run. As somebody in a leadership position IRL, practicing these skills in-game have helped me tremendously at my job. When my superiors talk to me about making a mistake, I try not to take it personally, and take the time to calm down and reflect on where I went wrong and how to proceed in the right direction. The common goal between us is to get the job done, and to do right by our patients and mission. It helped me realise that even if I am more experienced than my coworkers, I still need to make sure that they understand the importance of their jobs and ensure that they succeed in them. If any one of them are doing poorly, it reflects badly on the lot of us. That all said, this has basically become my daily mantra:
  22. I've already said it in another thread, but I'll say it again. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Sky
  23. my favorite has to go to good old Team Fortress 2, the gameplay is always fun despite sticky spam and getting five spies on a twelve man team. though what it gets me with are its very memorable characters, playable or not. it supports a ton of playstyles to, from sweaty tryhard scout mains on badwater to friendly sandvich dispensing hoovies on 2fort.
  24. My favorite game of all time is Okami HD. The story, graphics, and even the music are just stunning and gorgeous I highly recommend this if you like drawing and Asian culture. It also has a unique fighting system as well that is quite interesting and fun I think. As for other games I pretty much like to try anything and like many other games as well. I play on PS4 , PC , And sometimes Nintendo 3Ds XL.
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