What are the best PSP games you guys have played?
Right now I've been playing Rengoku II, Mortal Kombat Unchained, and Tekken 6 but I'm looking for something new.
I used to play a lot of Loco Roco, Monster Hunter, Persona 3 Portable and Ridge Racer. Pretty solid games, check them out.
There was a thread like this in /anime/ and, although it seems to have died from lack of interest, I liked it. Let's try it here.
For instance, assuming >>0's favorite is THE GAME: What fun is a game that can't be won? Also, you just lost it.
My favorite: Metal Gear Solid 3
No protracted arguments in this thread please, just keep it going.
It's so obscure that it almost caused this thread to die again right after it was resurrected.
It used to be good, but then it took an arrow to le meme.
Get range for the next battle
Fuck you lag sish
Enjoy your Kimichi
DQ is fun, but they all feel the same.
Imbalanced classes out the ass.
Card Fighters Clash
So I just found out the other day that Chaos;Head Noah had been ported to Android and released on a pay-per-chapter basis (chapter 1 is free). The only other similar game I had heard about with an Android port was Higurashi no Naku Koro ni (identical pricing model). As far as I know, both are released in Japanese language only, which is fine by me but might discourage other overseas otaku.
Could anyone tell me about other VN-type games that have been ported from console/PC to the Android platform, and/or some online resources that keep track of such ports?
If I recall correctly there's a VN emulator-like application that allows PC visual novels to be ran on android devices, but it's unofficial of course.
Apple master here. Wish there were more handheld VN's that were good.
Honestly, I'd buy KS for any price.
Sounds good, but pay-per-chapter sounds horrible.
Anyone still playing it?
A lot of my friends are, but I'm not for lack of a 3DS.
I would love to play New Leaf, but that's the only game I would play if I had a 3DS, so thats kind of an expensive buy for me
I'm a Japanese student. I'm writing article about Zelda series. And I have a question. That's question is "why do you like Legend of Zelda"? Please give me your power.
Because when I hit an old man, his bonfires wreak vengeance on me with magical balls.
I love it because of all of the little puzzles and stuff in the game, they actually force you to think and be creative if you want to finish the game. Games like Minish Cap were extremely hard when they came out (The only reason I consider them easier now is because everyone just Googles everything haha)
Does anyone here game in Linux at all? If so, what games do you run, native or emulated (Wine/Crossover), and where do you foresee the future of gaming on Linux?
Lately, I've been using Wine to play a handful of games. Right now I'm getting Skyrim onto this machine through Crossover. I think the future of gaming on Linux is going to start looking good, with Gabe Newell talking about Linux being the future of gaming and the soon to be unveiled "Steam Box", which has been rumored to run some variant of Linux (Probably Ubuntu)
I mostly play DOSBox stuff. Other notable stuff, Doom, Quake (2) and Hexen II have some native ports, and I do some stuff via WINE such as the Disciples series and I forget what else. Some (S)NES/Genesis emulation too.
Most native games for Linux are kind of shit in my experience though, aside from Wesnoth and Dungeon Crawl.
Pro tip: ditch GNOME in favor or a light window manager like IceWM, as it's a bloated shitpig-express. Doing this switch can make a big performance difference for some stuff (DOSBox in particular.)
I'm annoyed by how few games are packaged in Debian. The StepMania, Aleph One, and Vega Strike packages have all been abandoned. Every so often there's a Request For Package and maybe someone shows interest, but it never goes anywhere. Compiling a lot of these games can be a pain.
Still, a lot of independent games are released for Linux now, and they're generally distributed as archives you can just extract and run.
I game only on Linux now. Mostly just playing Steam games, since that's what I played on windows anyway.
Also I play Quake Live sometimes.
I play Tuxcart Racer, does that count?
Do you dare to enter?
Please make to sudden attack account instead of me.
>That was the one made in the build engine, right?
So do those of you who've played both think that the first one or the second one was better?
Yes, unfortunately there will be new Pokemon this time around, however the entire game world engine has been revitalized. For years the Pokemon in-game worlds have run with a top-down classic RPG style, by October we will have a more Final Fantasy style 3D game world.
Additionally, the battle engine does not appear to have changed from what little we see in the video, however attack animations are fully 3D and great looking, in my opinion.
ALL kinds new info is out. New video and images.
Also it's going to take place in France.
Fairy type confirmed!!
More monsters and character info!
Pack fight with a Fenekin.
New Cocoro leaks!