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Re: What are you playing?

by VoiceOfReasonPast » Thu Jun 20, 2019 6:26 am

That's the best type of escort mission.
Guest wrote:
Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:38 pm
That D&D game has bad reviews all around. Meanwhile this game has only good reviews.
They were probably butthurt it wasn't Baldur's Gate.

Re: What are you playing?

by rabidtictac » Thu Jun 20, 2019 12:15 am

Jean d'Arc sucks cocks. People always recommend it as a HIDDEN GEM. It has very little strategy, tactics or freedom. The game is about as "baby's first srpg" as it gets. You have zero generic units to recruit and only a few choices for each class of unit. There is no weapon freedom whatsoever and character growths are pretty much hard-locked. The primary way to win in that game is to abuse the transformations so you can take 10 turns in a row and kill every enemy on the battlefield. The game seesaws between frustrating gank spanks and piss-easy slapfights. It even has fucking escort quests where the target you are escorting does not react at all to enemies, can't take even 1 hit at times and has no self-preservation instinct.

Re: What are you playing?

by Guest » Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:38 pm

rabidtictac wrote:
Sat Jun 15, 2019 1:30 pm
I've been playing a very strange and interesting game. Dungeons and Dragons tactics for the psp. It's very unique. An almost flawless representation of the pen and paper game, or so I've been told by D&Dfags. It's very menu-heavy but also has a lot of freedom in how you build your character and how you play. A lot isn't explained, but just fiddling about will teach you many things even if, like me, you don't have experience with dungeons and dragons.

There are a lot of party combinations. No cross-class builds, but you have flexibility within each class. The graphics are pretty simple 3D, but the game does have a full lighting engine, which it uses to calculate hidden/invisible/revealed and other things. One of the most useful spells to cast is the Light spell, since it reveals enemies. And shadows seem to be dynamic, along with the light sources, so you will generate light realistically as a character with a light source moves around.

Some classes stand out as better than others. Sorcerors are absolutely insane nukers that can spam unavoidable attacks all day long. In a game where a majority of melee attacks miss, that's OP as fuck. Wizards become more broken later on, but they suck shit in the early game from their lack of spell casts. Clerics are OP too. Undead are everywhere and their spells are very useful, plus they can pinch hit as tanks. Psychic warriors broken as fuck for many reasons. Best tank class in the game that I've found, can heal itself, can overheal and has warrior-tier stats.

Enemies are extremely interesting. Werewolves take damage reduction unless you use magic or silver. Skellingtons take massive damage reduction unless you use blunt weapons. Zombies the same, but for bladed weapons. Devils take no damage from fire, etc. Almost every enemy type has its own unique strengths that require you to modify how you play and carry extra weapons around. Even a dedicated archer will need a slashing blade for zambies and silver arrows for werewolves.
That D&D game has bad reviews all around. Meanwhile this game has only good reviews.

Re: What are you playing?

by VoiceOfReasonPast » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:06 pm

It is only the finest tycoon game out there.

Re: What are you playing?

by Poonoo » Tue Jun 18, 2019 11:27 am

rabidtictac wrote:
Tue Jun 18, 2019 12:23 am
Does Kugel play Store Manager Simulator 2019?
He's more of a Recettear guy.

Re: What are you playing?

by rabidtictac » Tue Jun 18, 2019 12:23 am

I have to assume that if you're a war veteran and you play call of duty, ptsd isn't an issue for you.

And anyway, isn't that rather like being an accountant and playing a simulator about doing your fucking taxes? Does Kugel play Store Manager Simulator 2019?

Re: What are you playing?

by Guest » Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:46 pm

Apparently you can kill civilians in the game and the analytics will determine if you failed for doing it on purpose or if you did it on accident and can continue. IE: woman uses baby as shield and you accidently shoot baby while taking her down, you can continue. If you just shoot the baby for giggles it can supposedly tell and will fail you for reasons.

Anyway, the soy boy who's never made a fist in his entire life is worried playing the game will give soldiers super-PTSD.

Re: What are you playing?

by VoiceOfReasonPast » Mon Jun 17, 2019 4:07 pm

If you're even raising the question of "Should this be allowed to be played", you are officially more child than man.

Re: What are you playing?

by Guest » Sun Jun 16, 2019 8:21 pm

Guest wrote:
Fri Jun 14, 2019 8:42 pm


"This guy is 10-ply soft." Lulz as IGN staff piss themselves out of fear after seeing the new Call of Duty.
Clips of the IGN staff bitching and moaning after seeing the Call of Duty presentation. They praise it for everything but are really upset at how realistic it is and wonder if we should be allowed to play it. Also, won't someone think of the soldiers?!

Re: What are you playing?

by rabidtictac » Sun Jun 16, 2019 8:06 pm

Limited Run Games only exist because of scalpers.

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