What game are you playing?

Discussion in 'Computers, Electronics, IT & Gaming' started by mark520, Jun 10, 2011.

  1. soliloquy

    soliloquy SS.org Regular

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    metal gear solid 3: snake eater
    4th run in
    LOVE THIS GAME!!!!
     
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    bhakan SS.org Regular

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    Team Fortress 2, it's free now, and I can't recommend it enough. If you don't know what it is, it is a multiplaye fps. It is kinda cartoony and doesn't take itself seriously, but it is amazingly fun. I would personally take it over than Halo or CoD anyday (for free!)
     
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    Should have replied earlier to this post hahahaha! I am playing Shadow of Chernobyl. For the time being I have no problems but I haven't reached the point it crashed last time. I had bought a physical copy of the game so the steam idea goes out the window.

    Concerning Duke Nukem Forever some non combat stuff were annoying but other than that lookin' gooood!
     
  4. ittoa666

    ittoa666 /)'3'(\

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    I haven't gotten to any of the dlc content yet, but I'm not expecting anything mind-blowing.
     
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    Bekanor Renegade Folk Hero

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    I just landed on Atlas' face in God of War 2.


    3 still hasn't arrived yet, it had better hurry up because I'll probably have 2 beat tonight.
     
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    Nonservium ss.org Irregular

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    Dragon Age II and Batman: Arkham Asylum are what's on the menu. I'm nearly done with my second run through DA2 and once I complete the third the Batman game is up next.
     
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    ittoa666 /)'3'(\

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    Is DA2 worth it? I've heard it was a bit underwhelming.

    Also, just got RE5 on demand. I only ha it for about a week when it came out and I got every achievement in that time, so I traded it in. Time to run through it again.
     
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    Nonservium ss.org Irregular

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    DA2 was much more straight forward and they simplified much of how you get around. To me, it's an improvement on DA1 in all directions. The story itself seems to be typical of middle installments in a series. It's very well written and orchestrated but ends on more preview of whats coming than climax.

    The DLC's are pretty cool but not really worth what they want. I've already plowed through Legacy with one of my completed games and that came out yesterday. They add to the content without overwhelming it.

    Overall I'd give it an 8.5 out of 10. I have complaints about it but they're nothing more than small nitpicks and nothing worth even writing out. If it helps, it's the first game in years to hold my attention longer than a few days. The last that did that was Infamous on PS3 and that's been out a while. If it wasn't the shit I would've done just one play through but I'm looking forward to going through a third time just to see how it all plays out with answering every question like a total prick.
     
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    ittoa666 /)'3'(\

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    Sounds good. Might have to pick that up soon.
     
  10. ry_z

    ry_z Ikebana Noise Club

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    gtfo my base, suckers

    (it's Cyberstorm 2: Corporate Wars, a game from 1998 and one of my favorites ever)
     
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    some racedriver: GRID and some dante's inferno recently as I have been having a bit of a older, cheaper game phase while I await the oncoming wallet onslaught :S
     
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    I actually remember playing the first Cyberstorm. The music/feel of the game was always kinda creepy/dark as I recall, but really fun game nonetheless.

    edit: on topic though, I'm currently playing Torchlight and Splinter Cell: Conviction
     
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    Being a game lover , I really love to play new games, at present I am playing Richstate game by lekool in its newly launched server 2, Opulence.
     
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    maj86 CUPCAKE

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    Battlefield 3
    Skyrim
    Portal 2
    Minecraft
     
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    st2012 Texas CEO / RHLC

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    Mass Effect 3
    Skyrim
    The Witcher 2
     
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    mikernaut pixel pusher

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    abit of Syndicate but winding down after getting most achievements. Waiting on the xbox BF3 patch then I'll be back more into that. Also finally getting around to starting Assassin's Creed Revelations.

    Played through "Journey" on PS3 last week. If you enjoy game like ICO and Shdaow of the Colossus I can't recommend it enough.

    It's one of those incredible games that prove that a video game can be an art form when done right. I felt like a little kid smiling ear to ear with wonder as I was experiencing it and exploring. The only bummer is it's only 3 hrs long and linear so there's not really any replay value other then just to run through it again. I totally want more of it though. Great visuals, emotion, music and gameplay mechanics. Goes into my top 10 list of all time.

    It's best just to play and experience it but if you need to see abit this review doesnt spoil too much.
     
  17. Bloody_Inferno

    Bloody_Inferno Silence is Violence

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    Ok, the top games sucking my life away as of late are:

    Xenoblade Chronicles
    Street Fighter X Tekken
    Ninja Gaiden 3

    Games next (will not be touched until Xenoblade is complete)
    Final Fantasy XIII-2
    Legend Of Zelda Skyward Sword
     
  18. brutalwizard

    brutalwizard Pretty Your Petunia

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    gettin the final song from the dragons in skyward sword.

    got a preorder for xenoblade chronicles
     
  19. HeHasTheJazzHands

    HeHasTheJazzHands greg rulz ok

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    Kingdom Hearts II
    Majora's Mask
    Skyward Sword (when I get it back from a friend)
    Skyrim (Getting bored of it, might sell it :lol: )
     
  20. JStraitiff

    JStraitiff Melodic Mamma Jamma

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    As of like 2 days ago i finally started playing skyward sword again for the first time since christmas. I only got through the first few dungeons so im excited to have a long way to go.
     

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