Just went through The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess again, beating it over the span of about a week or so. The final boss battle is so badass.
Haven't picked up NCAA Football 09 any more for a further update. (And believe me, I'm not bragging about playing eleven seasons: I realize it's a little bit sad in some ways).
Played my second game (overall) of Madden NFL 09 with the Cleveland Browns a few days ago; they're 2-0, having beaten the Ravens and Steelers.
Gave my XBox 360 games a brief rotation the other day: Went through a few missions of Call of Duty 4, played a little SmackDown vs. RAW 2010, and two or three games of NBA 2K9. (Fantasy draft with the Oklahoma City Thunder: Top players are Yao Ming, who's just on a tear, and Danny Granger).
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I am getting ready to move so I haven't been playing a whole lot. Made it through all of Puzzle Quest (the first one) on PSP but haven't been able to beat the final boss, so I just keep leveling up the mounts and learning spells and forging items and doing all sorts of things that are not going to really help me in the final boss battle. Maybe I will give it a rest for a while and move onto the new Professor Layton.
Played Plants vs. Zombies for several hours the other night when I meant to play for several minutes.
When I'm playing something with a bit more substance, I've been slowwwwwly making my way through Fallout 3. I look forward to moving into the new place so I cannot afford to buy new games and I have to play the ones I already have.
Originally posted by KJames199Made it through all of Puzzle Quest (the first one) on PSP but haven't been able to beat the final boss, so I just keep leveling up the mounts and learning spells and forging items and doing all sorts of things that are not going to really help me in the final boss battle.
I TOTALLY BEAT THE BIG BAD GUY. (...at magic dragon wizard Bejeweled.)
As predicted, I've since moved on to the new Professor Layton game. So far, it's good.
Standard Lego game fun, but some of the level designs are ludicrous. I don't remember Harry and Ron having to kill 4 big snakes so a knight could shut off the water to allow them into the Slytherin common room disguised as Crabbe and Goyle. (I'm aware of my awful sentence structure. Sorry.)
You do get to attack Dobby, so that's cool.
(edited by SchippeWreck on 1.12.10 1329) "It's magic! We don't need to explain it!"
I had an overseas flight to pass time on recently so I picked up a Dingoo A320 and have been playing Dragon Quest 4 for NES. Loved that game as a kid, and now, coupled with some relaxing music, it's a great way to fall asleep on a plane.
I don't know what you're into. A lot of the web shows I'm into run into geeky territory. The Guild, Felicia Day's comedy about a group of online RPG players. The Legend of Neil is like "The Guild"'s foul mouthed, juvenile humor sibling.