Discussion in 'Games' started by Siths_Revenge, Mar 21, 2005.
I just completed Alan Wake. It was very interesting...
The Path. That was rather strange.
LEGO Star Wars 3. Close to 1k/1k.
Lock's Quest, pretty glad I got hold of this. Story is suprisingly interesting and I'm a sucker for tower defense gameplay.
Alice Madness Returns
Wonderland overstays its welcome a bit, but the disturbing mystery behind The Fire is worth it. The rolling babyhead sub-game was the most annoying thing in the world, though.
Still, I never took this many screenshots. It's a great world to behold, no matter how tired your jump-button becomes.
Captain America: Super Solider
This was actually a really fun game. It may not look the best but the combat was solid and satisfying. Nothing beats deflecting bullets and telekenetic blasts with your shield. Also, Evans did a really good job. It sounded like he was actually making an effort. Also, I had no idea Cap was such a kleptomaniac But then, I actually like collect-a-thon games so that worked out great for me.
The story was kind of ridiculous and I was a little disappointed we didn't get to see more of the Red Skull. The bosses were uninspired and were far too easy. But other than that I have no real complaints. It's a solid action game. The bonus challenges are fun too.
Just replayed Spiderman 2 and Batman Begins on the Gamecube - was in a superhero mood. Both games were surprisingly good for their day, although they pale in comparison to what's come since. SM2 gets that 'superhero' vibe right in a way that no other game since then has really managed, for me.
How come there's never been a good Superman game?
Because there's nothing he can't do. Unless you strip him of his powers and make him find a way to get them back. Which could actually make for a kick ass game now that I think about it.
Bioshock 2 last week. Love the drill
Aren't his powers only so good because of our sun? You could always kidnap Supes and take him far enough away to weaken his powers, then the first part of the game could be him trying to get a ship back to Earth or something, battling bad guys and slowly getting his powers back as he gets closer to the sun, then there'd be a few levels on Earth fighting more bad guys and then the guy who masterminded his kidnap for whatever nefarious purpose.
Or you could put him in Alaska for a month.
Batman Arkham Asylum (PC)
Been a while since I beat it on 360, and man did I forget how annoying that last boss fight is.
The Superman Returns game turned the traditional health bar on the city itself. It got around the whole invulnerability problem while keeping the risk of failure. It was a fun game to mess around with for a few hours and the flying felt great, but didn't have much substance after that.
I wish it hadn't ended. I think I'll play 2 again now...
Kotor 1 beat it for like the 15th time. i play as different people each time to keep it interesting, male, female, Dark Side, Lightside. it's funny the first time i set out to do all darkside i got the highest Lightside. lol, that's just me i guess! (i wanna be a sith lord! but jedi get all the pretty colors for lightsabers... lol JK Jedi forever.)
Oh and i also Beat Morrowind, And tribunal. Blood moon just doesn't sound interesting... must be somthing to do with the name...
LEGO Harry Potter. 1k/1k too.
Bioshock 1 for the first time. I picked it up a month ago because it was only 10 bucks, and kinda let it sit around until I started playing it 2 weeks ago. I loved it, absolutely brilliant. The fact that it was also a critique to Atlas Shrugged made it even more interesting. Starting the second one soon.
Just completed all the story missions for Lego Batman. It's a great game but I think I'll give it a rest a little before going for the achievements.
for some reason I got bored with Lego Batman. You're kinda always doing the same thing... Dunno why it never bothered me in LSW
I had messed up my original Shepard so much playing multiple times, I realized I didn't have a definitive endgame save (and was forced to play through ME2 with the defualt Shepard) so I finally got around to going through it and doing EVERYTHING including a piece of DLC I didn't even realize had come out.
Ocarina of Time 3D. Really enjoyed playing this again, I undoubtedly feel that Majora's Mask should be made 3D. I guess it wouldn't help the 3DS's reputation as a remake console, but who care's when the games being remade are this good.
Assassin's Creed 2
yeah, right after BroHood, as I noticed I had forgotten everything that happened during 2. Only played it once until then, even though I had played AC1 twice (minus the idiotic end battle).
Dynasty Warriors 4