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 No.147[Reply]

Despite it's lack of gamey-ness, this is shaping up to be one of my favorite video games of all time. It without a doubt disproves people who say video games can't be art, in my eyes at least.

I'd love to discuss it, if any other sushi rolls have played it.

 No.148

Here's the trailer to the first episode, if anyone's interested.

 No.155

It's like a point and click adventure game but there's little if any puzzle-solving. It's all about story and atmosphere. It's usually described as magical realism. It has a very dreamlike feel to it and you visit some very strange places. If you like Yume Nikki you might like KRZ too.

I haven't played Act IV yet. I was going to play the first three acts again, but I've been preoccupied with other things.

 No.163

So Act V is not out yet? I remember playing the first act a very long time ago.
I've been considering buying it for a while, but I couldn't really spare 25 bucks for three or four acts with no guarantee that the devs would deliver all five. I mean, it's been more than 3 years since the first act came out, and act IV is still not complete.
Anyhow, the first act was really cool.
>It without a doubt disproves people who say video games can't be art, in my eyes at least.
I've always found the "are videogames art" argument stupid, I've personally always believed that not only videogames are art, but that they are more so than any other art form out there.

 No.164

>>163
Act IV came out relatively recently, after years of nothing but promises by the devs. A lot of people assumed (not unreasonably) that the game was abandonware that would never be finished since the devs refuse to set release or completion deadlines.

Personally, I don't regret paying the 25 dollars at all, since the game is something I can come back to every once in a while, to let some of the scenes sink in a little better. But that's just my personal experience, and I can understand why other people might hesitate.



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 No.19[Reply]

So E3 is over, and in the spirit of looking forward to better times, what games are you feeling optimistic about?

That new Zelda has some potential.
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 No.40

>>31
I already sold off most my stuff. I'm almost done with gaming altogether. There is just one game I play now and it's on my playstation. But even that I might quit someday. I don't care to waste hours on older games anymore. I'm just getting old.

 No.45

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>>31
This.
Maybe it's because I grew up without access to video games, but I think there are some seriously fantastic games out there. A lot of them are pretty old as well, which makes it very cost affective to enjoy a good game. I have been playing a comfy mix of Quake and Hotline Miami at the moment, and I have to say, I feel like I could play these games over and over.

Interestingly enough, another game that I have taken to playing is Overwatch. It's a pretty bare game in terms of content, and before trying it at a friend's house I had not interest in it whatsoever, but it really shines in playability. Nothing is more fun for me than digging around the internet for strats and ways to handle different situations, and than implementing them in the game as I go. A lot of games will have me play for a bit and than switch to something else when I become bored, but I could (and have) play overwatch for hours and hours.

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>>27
I haven't bought Western games since January 2015 (with the exception of some old games on GOG) and am probably done with them for good unless things dramatically change in the future. Japanese (non-doujin) games have some problems too, but they're minimal by comparison.

But even if new games stopped appearing tomorrow, there'd be still be enough existing ones to last for a lifetime.

 No.146

This probably isn't so for story driven games, which I Havnt tried in some time, but I've found Im really mostly uninterested in playing games if it isnt with friends, now. Sometimes, not, like with, say, IVAN, but with most games.

 No.151

>>144
tbh it isn't literally all western games
like for example a racing game like trackmania is just a good racing game no samurai platters involved



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