Beanovsky Durst - "They are not pervs. They are japanese."
just played duke nukem forever .. meh
now im playing alice madness returns
and i guess next week fear 3 comes out so... il be playing that
I liked Vanguard in ME, but didn't like it in ME2. Always been a soldier in ME2.
I currently Play Genesis games like Mortal Kombat,Sonic,Zero Tolerance,and Streets of Rage.
Played a lot of Red Dead Redemption today
"Admit it, you're going to miss this ass" - Chloe Frazer
I have quite a few new games I have been playing:
- Bioshock 2
- Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time
- Goldeneye 007 (Wii)
- Alice: Madness Returns
- Duke Nukem Forever
- Crysis 2
- Portal 2
- Medal of Honor (PS3/X360)
Microsoft products tend to not like me when I either get it out of the box, install or do a first start-up. ;
As for the ME classes, I'm not much of a gun-type of person so I found the Vanguard class to be preferable to how I play games.
That said, I preferred the biotic skills provided in ME than ME2. However, ME2 as a Vanguard it was easier to deal with Husks as you could fling them out of your way easily enough (or as I like to call it, Biotic Bowling with Husk pins) and the charge skill was a cheap way to get across an area on a time-limit.
But other than that, I missed being able to fling enemies out of the area or to put a shield up when I needed it instead of having to rely on the constant shield and regeneration.
And I'm having fun with NMH, was practically the only game that nearly got me to buy a Wii but since Project Zero still hasn't been released outside of Japan my interest in getting one more or less died when I heard that NMH was getting a port to the PS3.
I'm going to play some NMH once I post this, surprisingly my Father picked up the controller and drove around in it a little bit last night after I went to make some dinner. Bit unexpected as he hasn't really played any video games for a while now.
I found him doing the Coconut Collector job and shouting at the television "Guy's a fucking whimp! He can't even walk straight or carry more than three! THREEEEE!!!".
Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Enjoying it much more than I thought I would, the visuals look beautiful and the gameplay translates over really well. I thought I'd hate aiming with the 3DS to shoot but they've done it really well, and it feels natural like I'm aiming, rather than waving the 3DS all over the show. I can also get out my bow to quickly look at the nooks and crannies I've missed as well if I want to. It's more than just a port. Very impressed so far.
I've been playing inFamous 2, and right now it's really just 'meh' to me. It really isn't anything spectacular, but it isn't bad if you enjoy those free-roaming games. The story is rather boring to me so far (though I'm not too far into the actual game).
One thing I really loathe about the inFamous series is how little damage Cole can actually take before dying. There are some areas where you turn a corner thinking it will be a few enemies, but no, it was actually 12 red dots on top of one another. I would just like a little bit of upgrading in the health department.
The only thing I'm actually enjoying about the game is taking over the territory...Don't really know why...
COD: Black Ops
Yup, another overscripted piece of garbage. Going through thousands of scripted enemies, billions of dollars worth of military equipment, finding deus ex machina esque weapons just at the right time and a plot which has a "deep" feel to it, but is actually a series of really shallow movie scenes from IMDB bottom 250 list. Wasn't expecting anything else, to be honest. What I am surprised about are the sales figures for this game.
I'm currently playing Ocarina of Time 3D and Silent Hill 2.
lol it's like I'm playing the two greatest games ever.
Once I got to Hyrule Field, I knew I had to try it...
I went into first-person view and spun slowly in my computer chair.
I about pissed myself with joy as the world showed itself to me. The accelerometer and gyroscope work incredibly well, with extreme precision. It's amazing.
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Stick with it, the series will grow on you. Once you get to Chaos Theory, you will be hooked. I postponed playing the games for a very long time, because I don't really like "puzzle" games, so to speak (I don't like Hitman at all), but SC has a lot more to it than figuring out the most optimal path.
I've always liked Splinter Cell, never played Conviction though. Love Chaos Theory, it's easily my favourite.
Last week I finished off Duke Nukem Forever it was fun I must addmit I over hyped this game but considering I waited for 12 years for this game can you blame me or other fans for it. I think if Duke Nukem Forever came out for the PS2 the game would have been saved.
On Saturday I got my copy of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D and I have to say and it might sound daff but the second the intro started and music began I remembered the first time played Ocarina of Time on the N64 on Christmas Day I got very nostalgic and I still am.
Last edited by Sephiroth; 06-20-2011 at 05:13 AM.
About to start this interesting little adventure:
PROJECT Umbrella - The BIOHAZARD/RESIDENT EVIL Compendium
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