Discussion in 'Games' started by Siths_Revenge, Mar 21, 2005.
Europa Universalis 4, if playing to the end date could be considered "beating it."
I replayed Sleeping Dogs and finished it today. This time, I speed-ran through it in three days and understood the story much better. Last time, I played it over a course of two months or something, and I lost track of who was who to whom and so on. It has a pretty good story for an action videogame. Comparing it to movies, it's quite average and by the book, but comparing it to other videogames in the same genre, it's better executed than the usual fare.
Just did 100% there. A very satisfying run.
Battlefield: Bad Company
Call of Duty: Ghosts
That was quick!
Wasn't very long at all, way too short
I read that the campaign was a bit lengthier than previous installments. In what difficulty were you playing?
Black Ops 2 was longer than this campaign, and i always start off with Easy, than I usually go with Veteran for my second playthrough
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag
Do you ever do your homework?
I ain't in school anymore, so I don't have homework anymore
Halo 4, Legendary difficulty.
Dropped for World of Tanks Beta.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on Veteran, though unfortunately I practically fell into the offline split-screen co-op campaign trap when I got it. However, I am not mad about that since it is a refreshing change of pace from Halo and Call of Duty and was only $20.
AC4: Black Flag, had to rush it due to having other stuff to do, but it was worth it. Hope to play it again around Thanksgiving. Though i'm also planning on getting Arkham Asylum and City for Black Friday so we'll see.
Just beat Hydrophobia: Prophecy, the game where you can shoot a structurally failing wall to let a mountain of water trapped behind the wall pour into the room, and then hear the line "Quiet... I heard something...".
But it was a fun game, even though the controls are clunky.
I revisited "New Super Mario Bros. Wii" and got the rest of the star coins in World 9 and found the hidden exits to the cannons I was missing essentially completing the game.
I noticed that I bought the game on Nov 3, 2009 on Amazon. So just a little over 5 years later and it goes back in my box of Wii games.
Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake
Bulletstorm, borrowed it from a mate. It was amazing fun. Shame it sold so badly. Probably won`t be a sequel.
Battering away to 100000 GS now. Have to decide between Alpha Protocol and Hitman: Absolution next.
That's a good problem to have, I'd play AP first. Was a very interesting game, and a lot of fun, I was really sad it wasn't successful.
That said H:A is also very good, if not as open as the previous games in the series.
To The Moon is the last game I beat (a couple of months ago or so).
Currently I am on the magic world of Planescape Torment. Possibly the game with the best writing I have ever played.
Metal Gear Solid 4
I beat A Link Between Worlds over the Thanksgiving holiday and lately I've been in the mood to play through the Modern Warfare series campaigns. I beat CoD4:MW last week and CoD:MW2 earlier this week. I'm about 2 /3s of the way through COD:MW3 now. I really enjoy the campaign modes on those games.