Updated Sep 05 2019 - Removed Mabinogi; added the Console Gaming subsection; added RuneScape, Monster Hunter World, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, and Love Nikki
As many of you are probably aware, a few of us have been endeavoring to expand Interordi's name across different gaming channels. The main goal of this thread is to provide important information on where to find us and how, along with a bit about the games to introduce prospective players to each one.
It\'s not because we like Mega Man that it is the only decent series out there! Mario, Kirby, Metroid, Sonic, Final Fantasy, Dragon Warrior, Castlevania, the world is FULL of other great titles. Feel free to share your love for a game, ask for tips or anything you have in mind! You can also chat about non-video games, such as chess or Risk.
Posts that do not belong here will be either moved or deleted. Edited by Dr. Cossack on May 3, 2006 at 15:05:18.
Apparently, Gabe Newell and J.J. Abrams are collaborating on a potential Portal / Half-Life movie project...
I wonder if this is a genuine partnership, or another instance of slapping a big name (Abrams) over a project just to get the word passed around, even if said big name doesn't do anything but provide a very limited amount of oversight. I'm not against the movie idea, but I'm really surprised to see that pop up all of a sudden! Edited by Dr. Cossack on February 7, 20 ...
What is the best game you can think of that is weird to be considered an awesome or great game? Could a random game written by a random guy also qualify on this list? I don't know.
My game is Commander Keen. It is meant as a math game, you have to collect cards for math reasons, but the game is a plat former, and for PC with no emulator and the year's 2002 it is good enough in itself to have a plat former in your "500 PC games" list. But it also has a level map lik ...
So the topic of Roblox came up a few times, and most of us here aren't the audience for that game, so it tends to fly under our radar.
For some context, Roblox is a game where players can enjoy and build minigames of their own within.Some like to call it a Minecraft ripoff, but it's actually older than Minecraft itself, although it wasn't as big a hit until a few years ago. It's been steadily gaining momentum, especially among the mobile crowd.
And like this, (https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2020/09/the-end-of-the-3ds-marks-an-inflection-point-for-portable-gaming/).
Whenever I think about Nintendo's handhelds, I can't make my mind on which one I prefer. The GameBoy Advance, with its wide selection of games and backward compatibility with classic GB titles? The GBA SP was super nice to carry around.
The DS, with that innovative two screens? Many games only used it for maps, but that was still useful, plus it could pla ...
A real one. So I'm not including obvious answer like Bushland (that game is also known by another game, it's where you're drawing squares with chalk and nothing else), or that one "game" that's actually merely a storybook that someone made you do when you were 10.
The worst ACTUAL game I've ever played is Half-Life. All if the reasons that people say "made it amazing", and all of the reasons that people say make Half-Life 2 bad as compared to ...
We in the gaming community all know by now never to look forward to any of our favorite titles being a blockbuster movie. Let's face it; most video game based movie titles fail to please the fan base, AND fail to gain any interest from those outside of the fan base. At best, we get a movie that's kind of, "meh." (And at worst we get anything by Uwe Boll.) I, for one, had given up hope.
And yet, this summer's movie lineup consists of Ratchet and Clank, Angry Birds, ...
This is a bit of a longshot, but I'm going to try anyway. Are any of you aware of a way that I can play PC games on the go?
"Use a laptop, duh!"
Before you go there, this is not quite what I meant. I've got a rather long backlog of PC games that I'd like to play on the go, during my daily commute, so I need a form factor that can allow me to play while standing up. Obviously, this won't work for anything keyboard-heavy, but there are plenty of controller o ...
The best we can call this is a mild success, if we want to be nice. The Wii U might have the lowest amount of games released for it out of Nintendo's line-up, save the Virtual Boy. The awful name and early marketing definitely didn't do it any favors.
If anything, the Switch looks like a more realized version of this concepts, so I'm looking forward to that one!
I've been meaning to post about this game for a while now. Some of you might have heard about it, most others probably have no clue what I'm talking about.
I'm posting this here instead of the website as I don't have a section dedicated to fan games and derived titles yet. This might get ported eventually. Just in case that it happens, I'm writing this in my usual game information format.
Rosenkreuzstielette was originally released by the ...
Gang Beasts A really funny brawler full of downs syndrome Started by Tri-Edge on 26 September 2016 at 5:00
My younger brother and myself play the game on and off and we've watched videos which got us into it. We can't go 2 seconds without laughing it seems. Here's a video of us now. Later on the devs will release a server program and I was wondering if Dr. Cossack would like to get in on this drunken fighter game.
Maybe he can even host his own dedicated server when they release it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gHfN9tY_QJA Edited by Tri-Edge on September 26, 2016 at 6:01 ...
It's real, it's true, and it's coming to iOS in 2016 and Android next year.
I figured it was only a matter of time before they finally committed to mobile platforms, and they decided to do it right by having Miyamoto design their first real game. Bringing the guy out for this seems like good news to me, and IGN's initial report gives me the impression that they get the platform. I'm looking forward to more!
I did not know where to post this, but figured this would be the most appropriate spot.
I happen to have an ARK server set up, and if anyone plays they are welcome to play on it. It's mainly for my little brother since he wanted to play and there are some dastardly people on the internets. So it is a PVE server right now for his sake, but there's plenty of room for anyone who has ARK.
It's running the map TheCenter, just in case you were wondering. Any questions or comme ...
So any Diablo 3 players out there? Have found a renewed interest since 2.4.0 - really getting into that dungeon crawl mode again. Currently have an lvl 86 wizard, would be just as happy to roll another character.
So Capcom, Namco Bandai, and Sega got together and had a baby and its name was Project X Zone. As a result this 2D game for the 3DS has some of our fave characters. 1. Megaman X and Zero and 2. Kite and Blackrose. 3. Ryu and Ken. I cant lose because I love both dothack and Megaman! Edited by Tri-Edge on May 3, 2013 at 11:38:35
Hey guys, for those of you who don't know, Life is Feudal is a wonderful survival game that feels like Rust and Chivalry: Medieval Warfare had a baby, and that baby grew up inside of Age of Empires II. I'm full blown addicted to it and I'm renting a public server for three months (or longer if people donate or I can't break this addiction). I'd like to invite you guys to come play on it.
The server is less than a week old so there isn't much catch up to do. ...
Another Xbox One title almost ready to ship and I have a preorder in place. I played in the beta and enjoyed it very much. Has a minor RPG type component with a base to interact with other players and AI and to acquire tech thru trade, purchase or redemption of found articles.
I received last night an e-mail from Nintendo offering codes to download the demo for The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes on 3DS. I'm not a Zelda fan and I'm not likely to play it, so I'm giving the codes away. There are three of them, since the game is designed for you to play with two other friends. PM me if interested!
Note that there is NO single player mode: you must play it locally with up to two others who have the demo (no download play), OR online co-op during th ...
I got a request some time back that I should run a TF2 server. It's not super complicated, and I have the hardware to dedicate for it. I could have one configured for straight gameplay and few annoyances, like annoying gameplay rules and messages. On the other hand, it wouldn't be a big focus of mine (I don't play often anyway), and there are already tons of servers out there.