Discussion in 'Games' started by Siths_Revenge, Mar 21, 2005.
Story mode on Lego Harry Potter Years 1-4, need to get 100% though
Fallout: New Vegas
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Lord of the Rings: War in the North
inFamous 2, evil and good endings. Evil on hard mode.
Final Fantasy VII
Does anyone know if there are multiple endings in that game? My Triad and cop experience levels were about the same, so judging from that and the outcome of the ending cinematic, it seems I got the best possible ending.
Halo 4. Last year.
Mass Effect 2, not that long ago
Don't think I've ever beaten a video game, or a computer game, even. I can't keep the MarioKart going in a straight line and the last game I played electronically was CHESS.
The Force Unleashed - a little late to the party, I know. I loved it. Playing through on the hardest difficulty before moving on to TFU II.
I last finished Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. Man that campaign was insanely good, it's got fantastic pacing in my opinion.
Deus Ex - Human Revolution (December 2012)
Far Cry 3. Good gameplay but the story on this was mildly disappointing.
Rome: Total War
Prepping for Rome II!
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the 3DS
Just finished the newest Assassin's Creed III DLC. Was awesome that they turned history on it's head. Can't wait for Episode 2 next month (gah, episodic gaming kills me).
Last week, I finished Assassin's Creed 3 and the Skyrim Dragonborn DLC.
Just finished the first episode of the Back to the Future game. Looking forward to playing the next episodes.
Tomb Raider. Damn did they transform Lara into a strong character. No longer just a sex symbol, she undergoes a fantastic character arc from innocent woman to hardened survivor.
Already waiting for the sequel.
The Force Unleashed (Replay)
Sent via my astromech droid
You played Spartan Ops after the campaign? Story is pretty good, especially in the second half, and it ends with a cliffhanger that definitely sets up Halo 5.
I seriously want and need to play Spartan Ops and War Games, but I must be the only idiot on the planet who hasn't gotten into the internet on consoles age yet.
Nah, I'm sure gaming publishers vastly overestimate the West's infrastructure. Their dream of everything digital just wouldn't work, not any time in the near future. I only recently got a stable internet connection for my games consoles.
But yeah, Spartan Ops is really fun. I do hope they put it on a disc, playable offline, one day though. I still play the original Halo's campaign, 12 years after the fact, and I'd hope that we don't lose Spartan Ops when they eventually turn the servers off.
Yeah, my only option for internet on consoles is apparently wireless due to the way the internet in my house is set up. I just hope DSL is good enough for online gaming on consoles, but I haven't heard anything about whether it would work well or not. All of the feedback on the newer model of wireless adapter for the Xbox by Microsoft seems to suggest its reliable, but I just don't know if it will work well with DSL, and I am not very thrilled about needing Xbox Live Gold in order to play either. For me, multiplayer on consoles was what we now call splitscreen, so internet on consoles is new to me.
Sadly, I never had an original Xbox, but I do have Halo: Anniversary, and I only gained access to an Xbox 360 a few years ago. I liked Firefight, but I have gotten somewhat bored of playing it by myself. I always wanted to use a Battle Rifle in Firefight, but 343i apparently sees Spartan Ops as the future, so I really want to play Spartan Ops for myself and find out if I think it really is. I hope Spartan Ops gets the Halo 3: Mythic treatment at some point.
It all depends on what provider you use really, some are more compatible with gaming consoles than others. I've had some that crapped out every 5-10 minutes, others that were completely stable. Just cross your fingers.
Yeah, I played splitscreen too. Bomberman was the best.
Then I had a friend who was kind enough to play tens of galactic conquests on Battlefront 2 when that released. Good times.
With Spartan Ops, the second half is much better than the first, so when you get around to it, if you're not so impressed at first, push through to Episode 6. They learnt a lot. Not completely sure if they'd be able to make a Season 2 before Halo 5 though as they used full CGI for the cutscenes. So there's about 55 minutes of full CGI. I can't even imagine the cost of that.