Been using my free employee 2-a-month Blockbuster Online account to rent games exclusively, as of late.
I've played Batman: Arkham Asylum, Red Dead Redemption, Dragon Age: Origins, and Alan Wake, and thoroughly played and enjoyed each of them except Alan Wake, which I stopped playing shortly after the end of Episode 3. It was getting boring and repetitive.
But I'll probably buy the other three at some point if I can find 'em cheap.
Currently I'm playing Beautiful Katamari. And it, like all Katamari games, was made on drugs.
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I've almost finished Turning Point: Fall of Liberty for the PS3. It got some really shitty reviews, but I like it. Maybe I'm not huge into FPS games, but I thought it was really decent. I love alternate reality "what if?" storylines, and this one doesn't disappoint.
On the flip side, I bought Battlefield 2 for fifteen bucks (Thank you, Zellers liquidation sales!!!) and I'm anxious to get into that - I think we'll play this during my stag at the end of the month.
FINALLY - Skyrim. I heard it's good. Actually, I heard it's excellent. I can't wait to play it. After my wedding. :)
Nous ne nous pouvons pas sortir. Managing a net cafe that holds video game tournaments so I'm finally spending time with Smash Bros. Brawl to unlock everything.
On the board game front...
Just busted open the Munchkin Special Edition the other night and after almost a year of straight year of Puerto Rico have travelled back to Settlers of Catan in real life; I spent most of my Catan time on X-Box Live.
Also introducing more people I know to Apples to Apples' evil cousin Cards Against Humanity.
Originally posted by J. KyleAlso introducing more people I know to Apples to Apples' evil cousin Cards Against Humanity.
SO GREAT. Highly recommended. Very not family-friendly.
Other games: - Making my way through WWE 13's Attitude Era story mode and setting up WWE Universe mode just the way I think things should be, fynarr fynarr - Layton has been sitting in my 3DS for weeks, waiting for me to play it - I need more Letterpress games; PM me if you want to add me on iOS Game Center
Hearthstone. Sometimes I make faces like Rob Ryan in last night's saints game when my cards don't perform like I'd hope. I feel like I can beat your crappy deck with my crappy deck, and I can maybe beat your good deck when you play it crappy with my crappy deck, but if you have a good deck and are decent with it, then you'll win.
Rogue Legacy. Love the random traits. Got a controller for my pc and it makes a big difference.
Legend of Dungeon. Not as fun as I thought.
VVVVV. An old school puzzler where you navigate mazes by alternating gravity. Feels like something I would have played on the commodore 64. Enjoying it.
The Swapper. Just beat this. Its like Portal but as a sidescroller instead of an FPS. If you like sidescroller puzzlers, then you'll like this. (Same goes for VVVVV.) Instead of Portals, you make and control clones.
Done both Florida and California and yes, they are quite different. The California 'lift' goes backwards before it goes up and doesn't travel along the star-filled corridor that the Florida one does. But it still offers as good a ride!