The only racists are the weeabos. They hate everything not made in Japan. Making fun of niche pedo JRPGs doesn't mean you hate all games made in Japan. --- Last Played: Batman Arkham City (9.5/10) Now Playing: Counter-Strike GO, NCAA Football 2013, FIFA 13
It's not racist, it's an opinion, both have different styles of games made, so odds are some people would end up liking one more so than the other anyway. --- I am a dedicated member of the "Walter Sullivan Is Bad-Ass" group!!! I am the true originator of the Cookie Demon theory on the SH2 and 3 boards.
expected having to come into this topic to put you in your place. But seeing how you are actually in the crowd of people putting other people in their place for arguing stupid stuff I don't have to. --- [I7 3770 | G.Skill 8 GB DDR3 1600 Ripjaws | 256GB Corsair M4 SSD | GA-Z77X-UD3H | 2GB Evga GTX 670 FTW] [Cell Broadband | 256MB XDR | RSX 256MB GDDR3]
The fact that you ask why there are casual and hardcore gamers really speaks volumes.......just wow. Casual gaming basically set the bar for all the pay to win/progress that runs rampant on mobile devices as well as online. That's reason number 1...... I could continue to list more if you like, but I'd like to think others would want to add their own two cents --- psn/xbl= libatako @(> , <)@
what I wanna see is someone name some AMERICAN made games... cause most WESTERN games come from Europe lol --- My first time and day in Jueno and the first 6 hours of it is spent staring at a chocobo's butt.
what I wanna see is someone name some AMERICAN made games... cause most WESTERN games come from Europe lol
I know I'm probably being trolled or am talking to an idiot, but...
Elder Scrolls series Fallout series Uncharted series Metroid Prime series Sly series Ratchet and Clank series Call of Duty series Half-Life series Halo series Bioshock series Mortal Kombat series Borderlands series Red Dead Redemption series Warcraft series Starcraft series
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_video_game_developers --- Alas Poor Yorick. I knew him. In America.