I've been on Zelda WW I've finished the Evil Forrest temple and got the Water Gem as well just about to enter the Tower of the Gods.
Last edited by Sephiroth; 08-11-2009 at 02:33 PM.
Just re-rented and am now playing Silent Hill 4 again. I actually really like it, sure it isn't the best one, but it's probably my second favorite. ><
^ Ocarina of Time is my favorite game... well, of all time. XD But I still enjoyed WW and TP. WW was fun in its own right, and TP felt like the most epic Zelda ever. Felt, I say, 'cause OoT is still the most epic. XP What I mean by that is the production value. It really felt like they put a ton of time into making it feel like a truly epic adventure (again, OoT did this too! ...And just about... almost every other major Zelda game.) And I agree, LttP and MM were absolutely incredible. But OoT is the best.
As for me... now I'm playing Wii Sports Resort. When I'm not playing that with my family, I'm replaying MadWorld. XD Gawd, the commentary on this game is so funny! I turned the music way down, and sometimes I turn it off, just to hear what they have to say when I toss someone into a piranha tank or suck them into a UFO. XD
For me, it was about as close as any game has gotten, or perhaps even will get, to a perfect blending of RE4's aesthetics and atmosphere with Gears of War's more refined third person cover/shooter gameplay mechanics. I'm not saying the game itself is perfect by any means, mind you, but it felt more like a proper successor to RE4 than RE5 did, at the very least from a gameplay perspective, but even aesthetically, Dark Sector managed to deliver more of a survival horror-esque atmosphere than RE5. It even had some rather intelligently integrated puzzles (the puzzles themselves weren't difficult, but the way they were integrated into the environment and overall gameplay was great).
I'd love to see a sequel, but I doubt that will ever happen considering how poorly it sold. Heck, I wouldn't mind seeing Digital Extremes take a crack at the RE series, if Capcom ever decided to farm it out to a Western developer.
I had a blast (no pun intended) playing through the game with different weapons loadouts, trying out each gun to see how different they felt and see what truly set them apart from the other weapons in their respective categories. In fact, this was one of my issues with the guns in RE5. There were more of them, but none of them were particularly distinct. They all felt very "same-y," whereas each gun in RE4 felt noticeably different from the others.
Still, if someone hates RE4, then they're never going to understand how someone can play through it multiple times, much like how it boggles my mind whenever someone says they've played through, say, Final Fantasy VII, VIII, X, or X-2 umpteen million times, but whatever.
Last edited by Archelon; 08-11-2009 at 09:18 PM.
I was playing Uncharted again and it gets a bit better now.
The guns might seem samey because you get infinite ammo once you upgrade them.
The magnums are essentially the same, the shotguns are essentially the same, instead of a mine thrower we have a grenade launcher and/or proximity mines, Krauser's bow, more machine guns, 1 more rifle etc etc.
RE5 just didn't do gameplay as well as RE4. It got easier and even more linear. I mean just look at Ndesu and the chapter before him.
Was it the cel shaded animation in WW that got to you?
And I'm fan of the rest of the games you speak of. I definitely think they're fantastic. But I found absolutely nothing wrong with the newer ones.
I'm playing World of Warcraft, StarCraft, and CoD: WaW, specifically the Nazi Zombies variant.
That is fun.
Still playing SH3 hard mode after taking a break for a few days. Just before the sewers I believe, I love the effect of green and brown turning orange and red as you go down the stairs.
Also playing MvsC2 and getting the hang of it. People still cheese but I'm working on besting them. Cable, Commando, Iron Man, Juggernaut, Sentinel, etc.
Replaying Final Fantasy VIII. I've lost track of how many times I've played it... probably because the time clock broke when it hit around 1000 hours.
I'm thinking about playing through the Drakengard games, or maybe finally getting around to playing Chaos Legion. In the end, I'll probably get side-tracked and will end up playing Rogue Galaxy for no apparent reason.
I was on Left 4 Dead not so long ago I finished the first two campains talk about a stress full game I caint count how meny times I have been killed or the AI has.
Currently playing FF7 again! Its pretty nostalgic playing the games of the past!
The Godfather II. The execution styles are pure class. Feeding a mobster with tommy gun bullets feels damn nice
Last edited by Beanovsky Durst; 08-15-2009 at 04:41 AM.
"I miss the days when we just cared how cool an enemy was rather than critiquing and analyzing everything to death." - Shield Key
Just yesterday I decided to go up to the mall and get my Spyro 2 Gateway to Glimmer/Ripto's Rage game cleaned. It hasn't worked in over 8 years for me.
I got back, put it in, and it works! SO much nostalgia from playing this game, especially since I haven't played it since I was a kid either. All these great memory's coming back it was so fun. Insomniac are very good game developers. Almost had a tear in my eye while playing it was so awesome and full of nostalgia.
Hah! I loved playing spyro on PSone! Saved all dragons and all that, retrieving dragon eggs from those annoying enemies taunting you!
I bought the original Spyro from the PlayStation Store and it still gives me joy on my PSP.
Just wrapped up Demons of the Badlands (Red Faction: Guerrilla DLC Pack #1)
Still got a few things left to do in that game.
Started playing through the N+ (XBLA) Co-op levels with a friend the other night, probably gonna see if we can finish them tonight.
Metal Gear solid would be more nostalgic, snake vs liquid lol
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