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Discussion in 'Gaming Forum' started by DrAstroZoom, Sep 15, 2009.
So help me fill my queue, mofos.
- Battlefield: Bad Company
- Burnout Paradise
- Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice
- Heavenly Sword
- Killzone 2
- Mirror's Edge
- MLB: the Show (any year)
- Motorstorm: Pacific Rift
- Ratchet and Clank Future: Tools of Destruction
- Resistance 1 & 2
- Street Fighter IV
- Uncharted: Drake's Fortune
- Valkyrie Chronicles
- Assassin's Creed
- Dead Space
- Fallout 3
- Rainbow 6: Vegas (1 and 2)
Metal Gear Solid 4
The Orange Box
Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection
Army of Two
Warhawk (good game although extremely hard to learn)
Grand Theft Auto IV
Call of Duty 4
Call of Duty World at War
If I think of anymore I'll add them later.
I refuse to recommend Warhawk to anyone given my experience with it.
Not to say some people new to it wouldn't like it though.
Well it's immensely popular even though I don't get it either.
Warhawk > All
Its not so much that its hard to learn (even though I started before they had the training tutorials), its the fact that there are so many REALLY good players out there and the ranking system didn't separate the skill levels very well.
Still one of the best games out for PS3.
First game shipped to me:
Batman: Arkham Asylum!
Followed by ...
I'm gonna have sore thumbs.
You could quit your job and play that game all day long it's so good.
But then how would I pay my subscription fee?
Agreed that game is way too addicting and this is coming from someone who didn't like RPGs until I played Fallout 3 and Oblivion (FF almost ruined me).
Doc, Fallout 3 will be filling up a spot in your game queue for a long time.
I'm thinking I should start on Batman, as it seems the quicker finish of the two.
I got through the main story of Fallout 3 in like 18 hours or so I think.
If you only do that you're cheating yourself. I'm on my second playthrough and my first was about 45 hours worth.
I played much longer than that after I beat it. I didn't realize I was on the main quest until I beat it. Oh well. I've put at least 30 hrs into it.
I'm now thinking of joining GameFly. Should I get a single or double account? $15.95 vs $22.95 per month. What are the cons? Because I can see loads of benefits, but there has to be some cons, such as, new releases... are they hard to get that opening week?
I'd consider starting out with a single game sub. I've spent lots of time with a game sitting unused.
I was hoping it would be more like the original.
Heavenly Sword on the way. I'm intrigued because the hero is voiced and motion-captured by glacial hottie Anna Torv of Fringe.