The sequel to "Outpost:Haven"4.02 / 5.00 22,231 Views
Hunt The Candy!!!3.85 / 5.00 10,081 Views
A thrilling rush through cyberspace!3.79 / 5.00 27,950 Views
Zelda: Minish Cap. At the last dungeon
Pokemon Ruby Nuzlocke challenge
Mario 2/Doki Doki Panic
Kirby Dream Land 3
and probably gonna start yet another Earthbound playthrough...
At 1/13/13 09:58 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: Well, the only ones I played were 4 and 5, but yeah, the controls in both of those were a bit problematic.
Really? I thought RE4 was the best in the series...atmospheric horror instead of jump-scares and visual scares
Just played Counter Strike Global Offensive for 6 hours.
Also first time playing, it's neat, gonna continue in a few minutes.
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At 1/13/13 10:07 PM, Protagonist wrote: Doom 3 BFG. Which means I'll be playing them all in order, which is nice because I've never played Doom 2 and 3.
Storyline really isn't continuous between the games or important at all if it means anything.
I started playing Breath of Fire 3 on Playstation a few days ago.
At 1/13/13 10:15 PM, LemonCrush wrote:At 1/13/13 09:58 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: Well, the only ones I played were 4 and 5, but yeah, the controls in both of those were a bit problematic.Really? I thought RE4 was the best in the series...atmospheric horror instead of jump-scares and visual scares
Don't get me wrong. I thought it was a great game overall. It just had bad controls.
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At 1/14/13 09:24 PM, Sense-Offender wrote:At 1/13/13 10:15 PM, LemonCrush wrote:Don't get me wrong. I thought it was a great game overall. It just had bad controls.At 1/13/13 09:58 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: Well, the only ones I played were 4 and 5, but yeah, the controls in both of those were a bit problematic.Really? I thought RE4 was the best in the series...atmospheric horror instead of jump-scares and visual scares
Resident Evil 4 plays a lot better on the Wii, it certainly makes the aiming easier for obvious reasons.
At 1/13/13 10:05 PM, Urban-Champion wrote: Mckids
... shut up it's not bad
Oh god, it's been forever since I've played that. I kind of want to hunt up the cartridge, just to see if I can still find it.
I've been playing a lot of Hawken lately. Its fulfilling my withdrawal for Mechwarrior!
Just finished Assassin's Creed 2 and now on Brotherhood. Ending was kind of weird, but I enjoyed the second game much more then the first one. Brotherhood is actually pretty good and there are some things that have been improved over the 2nd one.
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Just finished my first play through of Lolipop Chainsaw. Started on hard because I like to live dangerously, Juliet is useless until you're fully upgraded. Loading times are stupid, the camera is stupid and it feels pretty clumsy but I enjoyed the humour and references.
Have to play through on ranking mode and then do the usual cleaning up and that'll be 3rd plat of the year already.
I've been playing a lot of Red Faction Guerrilla
Also been playing Total War Shogun 2, and started up Age of Conan today.
... I know it's not games you recently beaten... but um. oh wait. Um here some ones that aren't done yet.
Dark souls ^_^
Mark of the ninja
Also can someone help me get into morrowind. I hated oblivion the first I got it, then like 6 months later I tried again and fell in love. Don't know how it's gonna happen with morrowind though.
Yesterday I finally got the chance to start playing Barkley, Shut Up and Jam: Gaiden. This game is phenomenal and hilarious, though half the '90s NBA jokes go straight over my head. But the best thing about it is that it's not just a half-assed joke. This is a legit SNES-era J-RPG-style game with a unique and fully thought out combat system (where among other things the status effects are not "poison" or "paralysis," but "glaucoma" and "diabetes"), puzzles, minigames, and secrets all over the place, and a complex, melodramatic, apocalyptic story played completely straight where the proper nouns and terminology just happen to all be references to "b-ball" and Space Jam.
It's available on Tales of Games's website for free, PC or Mac, so you should definitely check it out. Apparently the developers successfully ran a Kickstarter campaign to produce a sequel. I can't wait.
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I haven't played much video games in the past week and a half except for Final Fantasy Dimensions for iOS. I wasn't sure what I'd think of it when I first got it but it's a decent enough title.
Playing the Splinter Cell HD trilogy now. Specifically Pandora Tomorrow. Already beat the first game and plan to move onto Chaos Theory after PT.
Next Tales game: Tales of Symphonia Chronicles (2014)
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I got Far Cry 3 the other day.
Still haven't slept since I got it.