Halo Reach, Tribes Ascend, Puzzle Strike, and Yomi. Along with that, I will be hanging out at the local game shop and probably explaining to my friends how I got ripped off at last week's MTG prerelease (Stupid prize payout structure caused me to win half as many packs as I should have won)
I just beat Legend of Grimrock...it's been awhile since I've been inspired to follow a game all the way through, but it was 95% a blast, and I loved hunting down the secrets and leveling my characters. I hope to see more from those guys...
But, that means on to the next challenge. I've been ramping up on tutorials in preparation for some serious Civ5 play, and ready to go back to Witcher 2, which Grimrock distracted me from.
Perhaps, also some Fez, Arkham City, Fallout: NV or Skyrim. The latter 2, though, just feel like disconnected quest lists.
With little to no rain, the yard will not need my attention. So it's going to be Burgertime on a real grill and then catching up on some Steam gems, Breath of Death VII and Cthulhu Saves the World. I've let my XBL gold expire and don't see going back any time soon. Backlog of GOG and Steam games that will finally get the attention they deserve.
Originally posted by rubbishfoo:
...I get very frustrated by entitled little shits that can't seem to understand that men better than themselves are the ones that gave them their material comforts.
I tried to like BioShock. I really did! ... but I didn't.
Planescape maybe. Or Fallout 3.
I had the same reaction to Bioshock...couldn't care about the world, the characters or the mechanics. I miss my original System Shock, which was wonderfully atmospheric, and didn't feel forced. Bioshock just felt forced...then again, it also felt just like SS2, with the same twists, but I think the similarities helped make the feeling of being forced more prominent. Same game by the same developer...