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Right now I'm playing Pokemon Black 2. I beat the Elite 4 and now I'm doing the post-ending stuff. I don't know what I'll play next. I'll most likely continue Fallout 3 or play either Pokemon SoulSilver or White. I haven't played through HeartGold or SoulSilver in years. Same thing with Black and White.
Playing Fallout 3 again. There are some Trophies I don't have, yet. Yesterday, I finished off all the Super Behemoth's. With a Rocket Launcher, that's a piece of cake (I remember the first battle with a Behemoth right before the GNR building... THAT was a tough one, since I didn't had the Fatman).
Now I only need some Karma related trophies (I have to start a new game for those) and the one you get for creating every custom weapon.
Oh, and the Point Lookout Trophies, I need those as well.
So, still a lot to do...
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Been playing Borderlands 2 for the last month since I got it for half price on the PSN store.
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At 4/13/13 04:49 PM, Auz wrote:
I'll probably pick up the first Half Life as well someday. I suspect the game is a bit dated by now, but I'm just curious about the plot.
Do it. I replayed for the first time in 10 years recently and it hasn't aged too badly at all. Still one of the greatest single player shooters around.
I've been on a bit of a nostalgia trip lately due to a having a new PC for the first time in 10 years. I still had a load of my old PC games in a cupboard, and its been great cracking them out again. Some I remember quite well, others its like playing it for the first time again. Those I've played through:
Deus Ex (and loved every second of it as much as the first time through all those years ago)
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Age of Empires 2
I'm now working through the Tomb Raider series- completed 1 and 2, nearly at Antarctica in 3. I honestly think I enjoy playing old games more than new ones sometimes.
Meanwhile I'm also reunlocking everything in Smash Bros Brawl, as my original version was taken by my sister when I left home. Again, its been 5 years since I last played it.
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trying to 100% Midnight Club LA because it's the only one I haven't.
Just beat Bioshock Infinite, not quite sure where im going to go from here. Either replay star ocean till the end of time, or attempt to finish Metal Gear Solid 3
I am that long legged pissed off Puerto Rican!
I'm playing some of the Megaman X series, a bit of Final Fantasy 7, Crash Bandicoot Twinsanity, and a bit of Minecraft here and there...I gave up on Castlevania 3...
From NG, I'm playing Adventure Story. I'm also playing the original Digimon World and Septerra Core on PC.
And the first Assassin's Creed on xbox
At 3/24/08 12:14 AM, CapnCrunchDaPimp wrote: What's the game(s) you've been playing recently?
I've been playing Pokemon Gold and Earthbound.
Silent Hill Origins
At 3/19/13 06:12 AM, Cyberdevil wrote:At 2/25/13 12:26 PM, sharpnova wrote: I'm currently playing:8 games simultaneously? How do you cope with broken plotlines?
Hasn't ever really been an issue. Usually stories in games are so shallow.
I wouldn't want to play a game like Bioshock Inifinite, broken up over a period of weeks though. A game like that should be played (at least by me) in an uninterrupted fashion.
The issue I do run into however is occasionally one of the several games I'm playing will have fallen on the backburner for a few weeks or months and when I return to it, I have to relearn controls and figure out where I am in the world/story/progression. Games are getting better at making the latter a non issue though. Darksiders 2 being a great example.
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At 4/21/13 09:41 PM, Elitistinen wrote: Bioshock Infinite, it consumes most of my spare time.
Sadly I only play Bioshock Infinite when I am really bored. I got it on launch day and I was so excited to play it but It didn't own up to my expectations. Not saying that It is a bad game (it is a great game) but I don't like it as much as the first. I ended up continuing to play Persona 4 Golden instead of it though
Playing Super Metroid (next to Botanicula and Skyrim).
The game seems pretty short. I feel like I'm about halfway already after 2 hours or so. However, it is really good. The controls are very easy to master, the difficulty is challenging but not frustrating, the pacing is perfect (haven't encountered any slow and tedious parts yet), the graphics are good for the 16-bit era and it still holds up effortlessly after 20 years or so.
This is probably going to be amongst my favourite platformers.
At 4/22/13 05:08 PM, Auz wrote:
This is probably going to be amongst my favourite platformers.
Quite possibly the best game of all time in my opinion and it spends a bunch of time hooked up to my SNES. I wish I was old enough to appreciate it whenever it was knew, because I can tell that it blew all other games of the day out of the water.
Just finished BIoshock Infinite, Far Cry 3 and Hitman ABsolution finally.
OMG Bioshock had a good story but cant talk about that since spoilers, and that Goes for Far Cry 3 too, such a good story.
So now im relaxing With Roller Coaster Tycoon 3:P
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I'm not even that far into Bioshock Infinite and it's already harder than any part of Bioshock ever was. That's fine, but it's annoying that you can't just save whenever and wherever you want and come back to the exact spot you were at.
Awesome Possum for the SEGA Genesis.NEVER play that fucking game, unless you really love torturing yourself.
Beating Half Life 2 for probably the 100th time. That game, like its predecessor, was so ahead of its time. Never gets old.
Beat Super Metroid today.
Awesome game, really. As I said before, this game still holds up very well even after 20 years. I can see why this is generally considered one of the best SNES games and thereby one of the best video games of all time. I highly recommend it to everyone. It's great.
I've also beaten Botanicula a couple of days ago. It's quite fun and has some very nice artwork, but I'm kinda glad I bought it during a Steam sale because to be honest I don't think it's worth the regular price (9 bucks).
Anyway, I'm going to start with GTA III probably.
I've been playing 'Red Faction: Guerrilla' a lot recently but I am done with it now and I shall move on to some other old Xbox 360 game like Mirror's Edge
Back to InFamous 1. I need those damn blast shards.