NVG of the Week: Cards Against Humanity
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If Cuphead and Dark Soulds had a baby
Guys I tried
Every Nuka-Cola and Nuka-Mix in Fallout 4.
Los Santos + Flavor Town
Me excited for a great game (2005)
My 85 year old grandpa wanted me to teach him how to play World At War. He doesn’t want to go home now.
This games needs more appreciation.
Credit to Filip Hodas
Has ROLF!!!
Thank you for teaching young me about good music.
A very simple guide for game developers
When people outside the US celebrate thanksgiving.
You can literally buy poptart boxes to gain XP in Destiny 2. Is this seriously what gaming has come to?
The high ground we must take
Dark Souls but animated like Cuphead
I'm trying to get a job at Nintendo so I made a 3D Pikachu, do I have a chance?
NVIDIA HairWorks in Hitman
What a beautiful site to see on Black Friday.
Waluigi Cosplay
Wal*Mart keeping us on our toes
Nintendo vs. EA vs. the FCC
Still fully stocked on Black Friday :,)
Never owned a PS3, just got a PS4 for Black Friday. This was my first game selection, time to see what all the fuss is about :)
Just started playing this moba-like mobile game, when you report someone and they actually get banned this message pops up when you log in
If Dark Souls was Cuphead (x-post from r/darksouls3, credits go to 64 Bits)
That’s embarrassing EA...
When The Music Change
Good Guy steam
I'd rather pay for backwards compatibility
currently overdosing on nostalgia
Uhhh you alright there buddy? (Pokemon Platinum)
How and why is no one talking about this game? (Ghost of Tsushima) Open-World Samurai RPG.
25 years later it still takes me 15 tries to beat the 3rd Pendant Palace. My wife saw a side of me I'm not proud of, but I did it!
Casually removes sign on black friday
It happend at our target too, we only sold 4 copies all day
You're gonna need a louder shout
First Black Friday since having a steady job. I think I did good!
It Still haunts me
We are going in the WRONG direction.
191 kookykoko I used to read the Vanilla world to Warcraft one as entertainment up till I actually got to play the game. Was awesome for me as a kid to plan out what class I was going to pick, what their weaknesses and strengths were, and lore behind zones.
55 j5kDM3akVnhv "What's the fifth word of the fourth paragraph on page 174?"
74 MajesticRobface "Anyone remember?" Nope, not a single person
7 ListerOfSmeg92 I blame the manual from the first Age Of Empires for my interest in history. As a young lad I read the whole thing waiting for the game to install and for every loading screen.
12 tycrew I got zoo tycoon 2 when it came out but I could not run it on my family's PC. So while I was waiting for us to save up to get a new one I would read the manual cover to cover over and over again.
16 [deleted] I would read them on the shitter.
5 AwesomeManatee I think the best manual in recent memory was *Mario Maker*'s "Idea Book" which was a hefty little booklet showing off various different combinations you could try, design tips, and even scans of the old graph-paper designs for the original game. Second place goes to *Shovel Knight*.
12 Destinlegends Game used to take hours to install. You needed something to do.
9 LifeBandit666 It was part of the ritual of buying a game for me as a kid. I'd save the money for a game, go to town to buy the game, then get all giddy on the bus home and read the manual. Then I would run from the bus stop home and throw the game in my computer. I can't help but feel like we've lost a little something now with Pre-order pre downloads that start to work at midnight.
3 Bro0ce I had a well worn diablo 2 manual. I just loved the writing style and reading about the creatures in my favorite game. I must have read it a few dozen times.
7 Aetrion The biggest reason why game manuals are a thing of the past isn't because developers got lazy, but because design philosophy has heavily gravitated toward on screen prompts and self explanatory systems, while stuff like the exact stats of weapons and what not are easier to look up on a wiki than in a manual. I mean, game manuals are sort of cool, and were a huge part of gaming back in the day, but in all honesty if anyone made a game that actually needed a manual today they would catch so much hate.
4 thisismywww Ahh.. the early form of 'copy protection'. I remember games where they used to say 'type in the 3rd word on the second line of page 8'. Had a few games on 3.5" floppies like that :D
7 bawta As much as I liked reading them in the car on the way home, I'd rather not have them and keep the cost of games down tbh.
2 sanjurodlc Yeah, the trees don't miss 'em...
2 zakh134 As a kid i was always super excited to get a new video game. so I would open it up on the way home from the store and read the manual and box completely, because the 15 minute ride home felt like an eternity with a new game in my hands. I think the last time I felt that way was when super Mario galaxy came out and it's all been downhill from there.
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2 Stalin_TheDragonborn ooooh I member
2 TugOnBees Best toilet reading