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#1 Posted by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

This isn't really a surprise. Konami was one of the last hold outs of that era of Japanese developer/publishers.

#2 Edited by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

As a Sektor player, I am super bummed. Intractables had me skeptical, but this roster leak has really taken the wind out of my sails.

#3 Posted by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

I use one because I'm not a coward.

#4 Edited by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

A game designed like Half-Life 2 would never fly today, and if was made any other way the fans of Half-Life would go insane. There's no winning with Half-Life 3, so it's best just not to play.

It's not like they even need to make it anyway, they already have enough games making money hand over fist.

#5 Posted by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

@soldierg654342 said:

Demon's is either the hardest or easiest. Pure melee, it's the hardest game in the series. Include any magic and it's a cakewalk. it's still my favorite though.

Meat cleaver is still technically pure melee and that is one broken ass weapon

I don't count the Meat Cleaver since it does magic damage. Pure physical probably would have been more accurate. Just a little magic damage cuts through pretty much every enemy in the game.

@krullban said:

@pyrodactyl said:

@soldierg654342 said:

Demon's is either the hardest or easiest. Pure melee, it's the hardest game in the series. Include any magic and it's a cakewalk. it's still my favorite though.

Meat cleaver is still technically pure melee and that is one broken ass weapon

I feel like Dragon Bone Smasher is broken too. After I got it I could just one shot everything pretty much. Even bosses were going down in seconds.

It does absurd damage and blows over humanoid enemies, but it still requires it's own finesse since the lack of poise means that you'll get hit out of attacks if you are off on your timing. That's what makes the Meat Cleaver so nuts; you can absorb attacks with it and still swing (plus the healing and scaling).

Unless the Dragon Bone Smasher can do that too, in which case swing away. My memory is a bit fuzzy on which weapons can. The only one I remember for certain is the Crescent Axe because it's rad.

#6 Edited by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

Demon's is either the hardest or easiest. Pure melee, it's the hardest game in the series. Include any magic and it's a cakewalk. it's still my favorite though.

#7 Edited by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

Maybe consider looking into Smite. It's much easier to get into (fewer items, fewer characters, etc...) and the games are generally faster. It is the Dead or Alive of MOBAs; the best starting point for people unfamiliar with the genre. Playing an easier game will also help you transition into the more complex ones when or if that happens.

Also, as others have mentioned. The real key to getting into these kind of games is having other people to consistently play them with.

#8 Edited by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -
#9 Posted by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

Where's the "I've never played any Zelda game" choice? Or is that one just for me?

#10 Edited by SoldierG654342 (1864 posts) -

it bums me out every time someone brings up Silent Hill and all anyone talks about is 2. I like 2 a whole lot, and it showed how videogames and incorporate non-binary player agency into their narratives well before most games were even doing binary. But when it comes to actually playing it, it's not very good. 3 is a much better game overall, and there's a lot more going on with its story than peopel give it credit for because all they care bout is 2.

Also, the first one is really good too! Sure the voice acting is bad, but so was Resident Evil's and people still liked it.