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Originally Posted by Polygon_Wizard View Post

 

Ha! See, you can just choose to never play those stupid tower defense things if you don't like them.  I played the one from the story mission and one more later on.  I decided that I didn't like it so I just made sure to keep my notoriety down so it would never trigger the takeovers.  Now that I've got a master assassin in each den, I don't have to worry about it AND it automatically checked off the challenge for doing 3 den defenses once I did so.  It's almost like they knew that nobody would like those or something.

 

So, long story short, avoid triggering the defenses, and you'll still be able to "complete" the challenge for winning 3 of them without actually doing so once you've trained up your assassin buddies.


Sweet. Thanks man. I was SO goddamn slow at setting up my guys and blockades, that I could never get past the final "tank" wave. It took me a couple tries to get past the tutorial segment, and then accidently got my notoriety too high and had a helluva time defeating them for real. Those segments is what made me set it aside for a later date.

Thanks again for the advice.
 

 

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Decided last night to give Skyrim a brief break until the patch of the patch comes through - haven't had any major problems, but don't want to risk it anyway. So instead, I  decided to have a look on Steam for something cheap and discovered Dungeons of Dredmor, a very fun roguelike with 8 bit-style graphics and a nice sense of humour that falls somewhere between Fallout and Terry Pratchett. Really fun, gives a nice balance between accessibility and more traditional roguelike difficulty, and a nice dungeon crawler that you can tinker away at when you're doing online stuff. I mean, you can't seriously dislike a game that has 'Caddishness' as a stat, can you?

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Decided last night to give Skyrim a brief break until the patch of the patch comes through - haven't had any major problems, but don't want to risk it anyway. So instead, I  decided to have a look on Steam for something cheap and discovered Dungeons of Dredmor, a very fun roguelike with 8 bit-style graphics and a nice sense of humour that falls somewhere between Fallout and Terry Pratchett. Really fun, gives a nice balance between accessibility and more traditional roguelike difficulty, and a nice dungeon crawler that you can tinker away at when you're doing online stuff. I mean, you can't seriously dislike a game that has 'Caddishness' as a stat, can you?



The latest patch and an expansion pack are imminent as well for this game - it's probably the best gaming value going right now. I picked it up for $2.49 and have probably played at least 50-100 bucks worth.

post #2304 of 6482

My mom advanced me some money against my Christmas bonus, and so I just picked up the new ASSASSIN'S CREED. I need to get to some questing first in SKYRIM, but then I might try AC a bit tonight

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I'm a 1 game at a time kind of guy. Right now I'm playing The Force Unleashed 2 for the 360. It's fun, but plays just like the first one. I'm glad that I waited for it to drop to $20.

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I'm a 1 game at a time kind of guy. Right now I'm playing The Force Unleashed 2 for the 360. It's fun, but plays just like the first one. I'm glad that I waited for it to drop to $20.



 

I am usually one to restrict myself to one game at a time as well. I need to get myself into the headspace of the character I'm playing and get lost in that world. I took a two night break from SKYRIM to do the new COD campaign, but diving into another huge sandbox title on top of SKYRIM is daunting. I got the game now because this was my chance to get it (we were at Walmart and my mom was in a good mood). I'm not sure what to do now though, since SKYRIM may take me months to complete, yet I am kind of itching to tour Constantinople too

 

PS I was telling my mom about finding Meeko the dog in SKYRIM, and it was this whole elaborate story of how I spotted her in the forest and followed her back to a cabin, ETC, and then my mom stops me and asks "was this a dream?" and I had to explain I was talking about a videogame, it was kinda funny

post #2307 of 6482
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Goldeneye Reloaded - Finally finished this one. Was decent fun but defending the girl on the last wave of attackers was rage inducing (as was the Janus gunfight). Online community is fucking dead, no matches found during prime time.

Space Pirates and Zombies - Criminal that I was gifted this but it got lost in major release season when Deus Ex came out. Cracked it opened last night. Two people made this game? It's so addictingly good it might squeeze into my top 10 of the year. Killing things, upgrading my fleet, killing more things, exploring space...I see myself splitting up the next couple of weeks doing this and Skyrim.
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Taking a break from SKYRIM for a few days to dive into AC:R

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Dungeons of Dredmor - seriously fun, with a lot of variety for a roguelike. First playthrough I made it halfway through the 3rd floor with a warrior build and maxed out smithing, then walked into a Monster Zoo I couldn't survive. Tried several magic-user builds since then, got my ass handed to me in 5 minutes each time.

 

Ultima VII - bought this today from Gog's holiday sale, got 5 minutes in before I realized I have no fucking clue how to do anything. Interface is really, really archaic, the fact that I need to look at the instruction manual destroyed any chance of me continuing with it today.

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Decided to pick up Defence Grid on Steam with the new Portal-themed DLC, and wound up sinking almost eight hours into it over the weekend. I'd forgotten how bloody addictive that game is.

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Love Defense Grid, how is that Portal-themed expansion?

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Love Defense Grid, how is that Portal-themed expansion?



It's been cool so far. The levels are fairly advanced, involving pathing and multiple entry points, so having not played the game for a while they're kicking my arse. However, the test chamber layouts are fun and it's fun hearing GLaDOS again; while her one-liners aren't quite as sharply-written as in Portal 2, they work her personality into the game in fun ways. I'm only about three levels in so far, but what I've seen so far works really well. Definitely well worth a purchase.

 

Also, thanks to the current insane 10c app sale on the Android Marketplace I'm currently reacquainting myself with Game Dev Story. My company's in its sixth year, having just won its first award (Best Game Design for the military shmup War Bastard), and have just started a Game Boy sequel to its best-selling NES Hollywood sim Robert Evans Producer.


Such a great game. i wish they'd hurry up and release the sequel in the West already!


Edited by Workyticket - 12/12/11 at 4:13pm
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I really don't know what to play right now... really feeling pretty down on the new AC due to many gameplay breaking changes, but I'm also feeling kind of overwhelmed by SKYRIM. I feel like there is so much to do that no matter what task I set myself to, I won't make any real progress

post #2314 of 6482

Go blind buy a game. Something completely random, that you wouldn't normally get. I did this with deBlob and was pleasently surprised ^_^

 

I just got a new 3D television so I'll be playing some of the games I have that support it. I'll definately be playing some Killzone 3, Motorstorm Apocalypse and Mortal Kombat. Already played a little SOCOM 4, which looks stellar.

 

 

post #2315 of 6482

The last couple of days have mainly been about the new BF3 maps, and the stuff off Humble Bundle 4. Also nabbed Limbo off Steam for $2.50 this morning, so will have that waiting for me when I get back.

post #2316 of 6482

I've been messing around in Saints Row in co-op and/or playing a ton of Battlefield 3 lately, especially after the new maps came out this week.

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TODAY: I am getting off work and going to lunch with my mom, then heading home to play BATTLEFIELD 3. I will begin with the SINGLE PLAYER CAMPAIGN. Should TEAM CHUD like to play a MP BF3 game with me, I would gladly rise to the occasion. KATHAROSARGEAD on LIVE

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I found a very cheap copy of Vanquish for PS3. It's actually quite good fun in a crazy over the top way. I'm not entirely in control of my character right now, but it plays like some hyped up cover based shooter. 

post #2319 of 6482

I should be cracking 250 hours on Skyrim some time tomorrow morning.

 

Fuck.

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Originally Posted by Kriegaffe View Post

I found a very cheap copy of Vanquish for PS3. It's actually quite good fun in a crazy over the top way. I'm not entirely in control of my character right now, but it plays like some hyped up cover based shooter. 


I actually just grabbed a copy myself yesterday from a Buy 1 Get 1 40% Off on all $19.99 deal at Toys 'R Us.
 

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I should be cracking 250 hours on Skyrim some time tomorrow morning.

 

Fuck.


<insert memory of Chunk starting to recite operatic music upon realizing the driver's a Fratelli>

post #2321 of 6482

I have completed BF3 SINGLE PLAYER

 

 

When I get home today I intend to

 

1) Install the 2 GB install thing so that I can play BF3 online with CHUD people

 

Invite me to your team next time you're on! KATHAROSARGEAD on LIVE

 

2) Play some SKYRIM until someone invites me to play BF3

post #2322 of 6482
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I should be cracking 250 hours on Skyrim some time tomorrow morning.

 

Fuck.



 

'Kin hell.

I'd be playing a lot more Skyrim if it wasn't for the fact that Christmas sale season has been so good to me so far. Got started on Shogun: Total War 2 last night and will be reacquainting myself with Star Wars: Republic Commando tonight.

 

post #2323 of 6482

OK I just woke up from a mid afternoon nap, and now I will be downloading the 2 gig update

 

Be sure to invite me to play BF3

 

WHAT I WILL BRING TO THE TEAM - A list in three parts 

 

1) fanatical dedication to the mission

 

2) the power of heart

 

3) a keen tactical sense

post #2324 of 6482
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Rage - Finished. What the hell was that? Seriously. Thought things would be inventive/challenging after fighting that giant brute boss but it ends on a whimper fighting down generic hallways and pressing a couple of buttons. I got satisfaction killing everything with the pop rock ammo and explodo arrows but John Carmack and ID can go fuck themselves for phoning it in. Shooter wise Resistance 3 is the only game that had the right mix of great weapons, set pieces, and things to see this year.

Baldur's Gate/Icewind Dale - Yeah, what the hell am I doing here? I could be tackling Skyrim without adding another massive rpg into my playlist. God damn you GOG sale.

Mario Kart 7 - Just not feeling it. It looks alright but it hasn't hooked me the way it has in previous iterations.

Forza 4 - OMG, best wife evar. Come home from work and see the god damned fanatec csr plopped on my desk waiting to be set up. The feedback and immersion is pretty great and such a huge improvement over standard controls or the gimp wheel MS released. It's so cool finding weird quirks with some of the cars, like the Mercedes SLR getting a little wild on the back end when exiting corners or hell even losing control of the Chevy Volt on Road Atlanta. The wheel has a usb cable that also allows it to connect to ps3 so maybe I'll even fire up GT5 one of these days.

Rayman Origins - The more I play it the more I see it's one of my favorite platformers I've tackled in a long time. A lot more forgiving than Donkey Kong Country, just as precise as New SMB Wii, and has just as much ocd elements as Sonic Generations.
post #2325 of 6482

I finished off all the activities in Saints Row The Third last night.  I think it's time to pick back up on the story missions.

post #2326 of 6482

No one invited me to play BF3, and when I tried to play with strangers I found it to be a confusing and unenjoyable experience, one I quickly tired of

 

Back to SKYRIM for the forseeable future

post #2327 of 6482
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Originally Posted by Princess Kate View Post

No one invited me to play BF3, and when I tried to play with strangers I found it to be a confusing and unenjoyable experience, one I quickly tired of

 

Back to SKYRIM for the forseeable future



Invite sent. Don't expect me to be on BF3 all that much becuase I suck  immensely at that

 

Saints Row, Crysis 2 bleh

 

post #2328 of 6482
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Invite sent. Don't expect me to be on BF3 all that much becuase I suck  immensely at that

 

Saints Row, Crysis 2 bleh

 



I've got some murderous mojo at games like RDR (I bested CHUD's ANDERSON again and again at that game, death match scores between us would often be like 11-1), however at BF3 and COD, I am no expert, both at game play and multiplayer. I play the campaigns on easy and my shooting skills are just not at the level of many other players

 

Thanks for the invite though!

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Kate, I will most likely be playing BF3 at some point this week.  I've been bouncing between that game and Saints Row lately.  I'll try to send you an invite if I see you on, or you can send me a message if you wish.

 

Battlefield can be quite overwhelming at first.  I was definitely feeling that way with Battlefield 3 when I started, and I already knew what Battlefield was all about from previous games.  There's a lot of stuff going on, and it can take a little bit to get the hang of how it all works.

post #2330 of 6482

Playing Lost Odyssey (for the 360) again. I played it a little bit a few years ago when it first came out but never finished it. After re-starting it I've really gotten back into the story and it's one of the few JRPG's I've played where I like the gameplay and story. As an added bonus, the kid characters you get aren't always annoying! Even though I'll be getting a few games for Xmas this year, I think this will hold my attention through completion.

post #2331 of 6482
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Originally Posted by Polygon_Wizard View Post

Kate, I will most likely be playing BF3 at some point this week.  I've been bouncing between that game and Saints Row lately.  I'll try to send you an invite if I see you on, or you can send me a message if you wish.

 

Battlefield can be quite overwhelming at first.  I was definitely feeling that way with Battlefield 3 when I started, and I already knew what Battlefield was all about from previous games.  There's a lot of stuff going on, and it can take a little bit to get the hang of how it all works.


 

Sounds good, and thanks! If you invite me I will just follow your lead. When I jumped into a random game last night I started in the middle of no where and I started walking towards distant radar blips. As soon as I got close someone killed me and I just gave up. It would be helpful to have someone walk me through it

 

PS you already added me on LIVE right?

post #2332 of 6482

Saints Row: The Third: Only a few missions into this but it's been great fun so far. Now all I need to do is look up a performance fix for my ATI card, so I can play on anything above Medium.

 

Beat Hazard: A fun shooter/music visualizer. Not as good as Audiosurf (Still the No.1 choice for game-assisted music listening) but has heaps of charm. pretty, too!

 

Nation Red: A surprisingly solid zombie arena shooter with accelerated COD-style levelling and TONS of gore. Reckon this one will be staying on the hard drive as an occasional stress-reliever.

 

And Yet It Moves: An okay indie platformer with a fun gimmick (You rotate the world around your character to traverse the levels) and a slightly overdone 'papercraft' art style. I wanted to like this game a lot more than I did, frankly; while the idea is good it's incredibly frustrating, often requiring you to make leaps of faith because you can't see where the next platform is. Making matters worse, falling to fast means death on impact so these leaps of faith often mean certain death. Annoying music, too.

 

Tropico 4: Really fun, though could've done with more opportunities to be dastardly. For a third-world dictator, you're made to put a lot of effort in to making people happy. That aside, the game's great fun.

 

Frozen Synapse: Great stuff. Old-school squad tactics with a post-Tron sheen.

 

Amnesia: Holy shit. On its own, it's one of those miraculous games that manages to be legitimately scary; in a dark room with a pair of headphones, it's mindblowing. The sound design on this thing alone is just staggeringly good.

 

 

Other Steam sale buys/gifts not yet played/installed: Metro 2033, BTTF, STALKER: SOC & COP and, courtesy of the good Mr. Singer, Rage. And tehre's still a week left of the sale. Fuck me...

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Metal Gear Solid HD Collection. Finding it really hard to get back into these games, and kind of sad they didn't upgrade (due to rights issues, I'm sure)Silicon Knights' remake of the original. It's like going back to the old Resident Evil games after playing 4, but not quite as bad. Still, every time I find myself frustrated, another insane cutscene or random bit of silly dialogue reminds me why I love these games. Still wish 4 would show up for the 360, but oh well.

Skyrim. Nowhere near sick of it, but it's borrowed and I really need to get ahold of my own copy before my friend murders me.

Crysis 2. Like it a lot, but the checkpoint/saving system leaves a lot to be desired. No matter what difficulty I play on there ends up being too much trial and error for my liking. It's too time-consuming and usually ends up with me being blown to smithereens.

post #2334 of 6482

I'm finally playing Skyrim!  I'm barely into it, but absolutely loving it so far.

post #2335 of 6482

Last night's Steam acquisitions:

 

Anomaly: Warzone Earth - Grabbed this off Steam as one of yesterday's daily deals due to some good word around the traps. It's basically a reverse tower defence game where you're playing the attackers - or more accurately, a 'Commander' who directs a convoy around various war-torn streets, runs back and forth making repairs mid-action; basically, a Roadie of Mass Destruction. Am a few levels in and it's been great fun, and incredibly polished-looking for an indie game.

 

The only criticism I'd make, which is really an aesthetic thing that bugs the shit out of me in movies as well, is the overuse of Americanized dialogue with British voice actors. The game is riddled with phrases like 'We don't have jack' which simply do not sound comfortable coming from Brits. It makes me wonder why, when they had this very jock/marine-centric dialogue, they didn't just cast American voice actors instead. That aside though, the game's well worth a look.

 

I also grabbed Defcon, a great game that unfortunately seems to like crashing on my Windows 7 64-bit rig (A common problem apparently, so amtrying to hunt down a fix) Unfortunately, I also let curiosity get the better of me and bought The Polynomial as well. So now I have a music visualizer that does a very bad impression of a (very) basic shooter (You were right, mongycore...). Thankfully, it only cost $2.50.

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I also grabbed Defcon, a great game that unfortunately seems to like crashing on my Windows 7 64-bit rig (A common problem apparently, so amtrying to hunt down a fix) Unfortunately, I also let curiosity get the better of me and bought The Polynomial as well. So now I have a music visualizer that does a very bad impression of a (very) basic shooter (You were right, mongycore...). Thankfully, it only cost $2.50.

If you're hunting that xmas achievement here's some settings I had to use to avoid the crashes: Run in windowed mode, set your game speed to the fastest (give you time to set up scant silos/subs, and also prevents your opponent from changing the speed too (network divergence issue?)), do not change the city size (whenever I cheated it below the default setting it crashed faster than usual), and pray - hard.

Other option is to change the computer date out of range of the holiday special santa wankery and it should be stable.
post #2337 of 6482
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If you're hunting that xmas achievement here's some settings I had to use to avoid the crashes: Run in windowed mode, set your game speed to the fastest (give you time to set up scant silos/subs, and also prevents your opponent from changing the speed too (network divergence issue?)), do not change the city size (whenever I cheated it below the default setting it crashed faster than usual), and pray - hard.
Other option is to change the computer date out of range of the holiday special santa wankery and it should be stable.


I did manage to get the achievement - after several crashes - by setting the number of enemy cities the highest. Apparently the Christmas achievement is what's stuffed things (Hence the changing the date trick), and the game will crash once Santa has visited all the available cities. So, setting enemy cities to highest = more time before it crashes. At least, this is what I gathered from looking into it. Such a silly bug, hope it gets sorted out soon.

post #2338 of 6482

Orcs Must Die strikes me as the tower defense game Toy Soldiers promised to be. Don't get me wrong, I love TS - especially Cold War, but Orcs Must Die is truly an action tower defense game and you have a real hand in the outcome outside of your traps and obstacles.

 

Addictive as hell with a great sense of humor and aesthetic, this has been the first game to break the Skyrim spell since 11.11. That Bethesdas massive offering has seemingly reached critical mass on my console doesn't help either.

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Orcs Must Die is a blast. Lately I've been hooked on Saints Row: The Third, but think I need to start getting on with the massive amounts of writing I need to get done. between Skyrim and the Steam sales, I've been staring at screen almost non-stop since November. We'll see how long I hold out, though. So much great stuff on the 'To Play' pile...

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Orcs Must Die is a blast. Lately I've been hooked on Saints Row: The Third, but think I need to start getting on with the massive amounts of writing I need to get done. between Skyrim and the Steam sales, I've been staring at screen almost non-stop since November. We'll see how long I hold out, though. So much great stuff on the 'To Play' pile...



Yeah I may jump into Assassins Creed Revelations at last now that Skyrim is becoming frustrating.

 

Then of course there's Mass Effect 3 on its way.

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Halo 1 HD - You do it to yourself, just you, and that's what really hurts. The oh, this is nice revisiting that game again feeling has turned to fuck you you flood fucking fuckers in the Library. Can send it back to where it came for some other release after wrapping up the campaign last night.

Earth Defense Force - Nice to just relax and mindlessly kill waves of bugs.

Serious Sam 3 - Not bad so far, looks great, early on though so it hasn't reached crazy levels just yet.

LOTR War in the North - Picked this up again after taking a longer than expected break. Currently in the ice mountain level. See some Orcs running towards me - how come my Fus isn't working, I want to blow them off the side of the cliff dammit.

ETA...

Q.U.B.E. - A new release on Steam, demo available. So far an aesthetically pleasing little puzzler game. Not much in the way of tutorial - they plop you in and you discover a great little game that's a fresh change of pace. Love it so far, but other folk elsewhere say it doesn't last long.
Edited by mongycore - 1/9/12 at 11:30am
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WWE '12, holy crap the new changes in gameplay are excellant the movements are so much more fluid and moves are a hell of a lot more responsive than they used to be in the SVR games. Graphics took a hit but, Yukes will improve it next year probably. Online is still broken as piss.

 

Halo Reach. It's been awhile since I've played this. Still fun but the servers for me have been shit. Matches interupt all the time.

 

Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Never played the online of this before yesterday. Wanted to see what all the hubub is. Other than Black Ops, this is easily the best Call of Duty game. Infinity Ward ruined the formula with the customizable killstreaks and adding more of them, and the awful run speed, and the death streaks and all sorts of things. I now see why people love this game so much, it's so simple but so refined. MW2 and 3 are shite and don't deserve the success that they get but MW1 is superb from what I can tell.

post #2343 of 6482

Finally bought the Mac bundle of Dragon Age: Origins + Awakening + Dragon Age II. Playing through Origins for the first time right now.

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Mount and Blade Warband - Had a rough start, got kidnapped and ransomed. Since then I have a posse of 63 mercs who do my bidding. It's quite hilarious seeing the little icon bandits see my party and turn around. Doesn't stop me from chasing every last one of them down with my cavalry.

Payday the Heist - This one is growing on me. If I can find a team of well organized folk the robberies can be epic works of art...or just a sad clusterfuck. Deserves a bigger community.

Dustforce - Paid full price. I half imagine kicking myself when this pops up on Inevitable Indy Bundle XIVMI. Keyboard control scheme is fucking horrendous. Works all right with a controller. A neat little game that really should be five bucks cheaper than what they're asking.

Pushmo - Working my way through the so far too simplistic tutorials. Curious to see the user created levels available for this bugger. Decent stuff for any 3DS owners. So far this game achieves in a couple of minutes what Catherine failed to do in it's 7+ hours of tedium.
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Originally Posted by tcjsavannah View Post

Finally bought the Mac bundle of Dragon Age: Origins + Awakening + Dragon Age II. Playing through Origins for the first time right now.



If you scan the camera view under your dwarf female character while she's in her underwear you can see she has SERIOUS cameltoe. I found this out purely by accident. The girl is buxom as well. The designers had to know they did this.

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Yeah, the whole Mature rating seems to take on another level at some of the stuff in the early part of the game, and not just with the superflous blood (i forget what the check box in the option setting is for that but I chuckled when I saw it.) The dwarf fighter was the third Origin I played through and it's the most interesting of the three so far, so I'm sticking with that character for now.

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Picked up Crackdown 2 for $5; I guess it was worth it, even with the ridiculously awful targeting.  

 

If you liked the original Crackdown but wished it was about 65% as good as the original then the sequel might be up your alley.

 

But seriously, don't pay more than 5 bucks for this game.

 

 

post #2348 of 6482

About to 1k Halo: CE (stupid no dying on "Library" achieve), then I'll probably move on to AC: R. I want to start Zelda but have to be prepared to dedicate the time to that one (and want to break a bit more from RPGs since my Skyrim overdose). And then there's still Vanquish that I need to complete...


Edited by Shaun H - 1/21/12 at 12:25pm
post #2349 of 6482

Fired up Part 1 of Telltale's Back to the Future this morning. Is a blast so far, good, old-school adventuring and they've captured the characters really well.

 

Also tried the demo for Kingdoms of MamaLlama: Regurgitating - sorry, Kindoms of Amalur: Reckoning. Not as impressed with that. 

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Downloaded ACE COMBAT: JOINT ASSAULT for my PSP and I'm loving it! I can't believe I haven't played any games in this series before now.  I've heard the newest one on PS3 is the shits but I'm definitely tracking down a few of the PS2 games. 

 

Aaaaand using my Christmas gift card haul I got the UNCHARTED 1&2 doublepack (which I got on Friday) and started playing the first UNCHARTED and it's a blast so far.; MASS EFFECT 2 should be here next week!

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