Discussion in 'Gaming' started by charlhussey, Apr 29, 2010.
Fallout 3 would be my recommendation.
I liked Dragon Age:Origins alot more.
I didn't like DA:O, mostly due to the fantasy setting and compared to ME 1&2 is seemed a setback in gameply. If you do want to play it, I would suggest to do it on a pc.
ME2 . . . fantastic game.
I get a kick out of Zaeed
I never really got the whole step back in gameplay argument. They are two different genres, they're not supposed to be played the same way.
Portal with the commentary on...
I have not been playing anything the last week or so, but I have been watching my roommate play Red Dead Redemption. I bought it last year and just couldn't get into it for some reason, but I enjoy watching him play. He is very close to getting 100% completion, but he keeps getting killed by bears.
Challenge of the Titans on God of War 2. The 4th challenge (protecting the translator) is proving to be annoying. I've moved my laptop out of the way while I'm playing, after the Challenge of the Gods from GoW1 cost me a netbook screen.
Halo: Reach and Portal 2.
Castlevania Lament of Innocence/Aria and Dawn of Sorrow.
And if this emulator boots up, might try some old Amstrad 464 games later.
I can see that and I should have specified that it seemed a setback in gameplay for me. Together with the presentation, the graphics and no voice for your character, it was not the game and experience I expected. However, I do recognize that it says more about me than about the game...
Oh, playing Portal 2 singleplayer and coop with my girlfriend.
^ That sounds like a sex act...which are generally always better coop.
After reading one of the new previews for Sword of the Stars II, I've dusted off SotSI for a rumble around the galaxy.
Broke out my trusty N64 tonight and played Mario 64 and Zelda for a bit. Completed files on both games were still there, of course.
I forgot how much I hate corded controllers!
Well I decided to play Dragon Age... I'm now about five hours in (playing as a city Elf Mage) and I'm having fun.
While I'm not playing any single player games right now, I co-op play "Left For Dead" and "Rise Of Flight" for one night on the weekends.
I'm limited with the PSN down. Aside from Fallout: New Vegas, my games are all multi-player since I've got some friends here in town I game with. So... I finally got around to playing the campaign for Bulletstorm. Aside from the extremely adolescent over-use of profanity, it was pretty good. It felt a tad short though.
UC 2 out the way and MGS 4 next but I played the opening bit the other day at a friends house and the cutscenes every 5ft you walk forward aside...
The game just feels different and not in a good way , after playing games like Splinter Cell Conviction, I can't help but feel Snake really should have more moves in him for such an experienced black ops stealthy kick ass one man army kinda guy.
Yeah, that old, broken-down man should totally be kicking everyone's ass.
That just reminds me that I can't wait for the Splinter Cell HD collection next month.
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