No more heroes
I like how its a satire on "EPIC" plots in general not just games.
But I still consider Killer7 as a better game despite the change from its original script . Cant wait for
Flower, Sun and Rain in October so I can get some sort of understanding of his Kill the Past series.
Beat El Shaddai in 2 sittings, 5 hours of play then a 4 hour nap then 5 more hours to finish it out. I didn't want to sleep but I didn't really have a choice.
I cannot describe this game. The only thing I can say is that I really enjoyed it and there will never be another game like this again. Easily goes in my list of top games I enjoyed this console gen with Uncharted 2 and No More Heroes.
I finished Syberia a few days ago. It was nice. A little aged, and slow to start, but I loved the atmosphere. I hear that the sequel isn't as good however.
Beat Fire Fight, in so far as completing all the missions on normal difficulty without getting 100% scores on everything. Was OK, but not the greatest game. The dialogues tended to give me the nagging impression that I might be playing as the bad guy, and the end text seems like it's up for interpretation rather than doing much to confirm or deny that.
I guess I'll try to do challenge mode / 100% completion some time, but a look on GameFAQs doesn't indicate any alternate ending for doing so, so for now I'm shelving it. Moving on to Hellbender next I guess.
Recently finished San Andreas on the xbox. I remember playing it on the ps2 and having a blast and xbox converion is even better. It has better controls with the aircrafts, cars, on foot, custom music-playlist, gnarly graphics (not as greatly improved as expected though), I don't think any story related changes were made. Over all a solid conversion of a GTA classic and a favorite of mine.
Now that the main story is finished I'm contemplating going for a 100% run. That's probably going to add another good 900 hours of gameplay.
San Andreas isn't that large, 50-100 for post-game at most.
Took down Ninja Gaiden. Without save states.
The most recent game I've finished is Serious Sam 3. I had never played a SS game before that one. It's insane, like a bullet hell in first person.
There was a thread like this in /anime/ and, although it seems to have died from lack of interest, I liked it. Let's try it here.
For instance, assuming >>0's favorite is THE GAME: What fun is a game that can't be won? Also, you just lost it.
My favorite: Metal Gear Solid 3
No protracted arguments in this thread please, just keep it going.
if i want watch video i rent porno! tell why resident evil suck in WORDS.
You were almost a Jill sandwich.
Vinyl Goddess from Mars
Contributed to functional illiteracy by inviting impressionable children to visit "The Caverns of Choas" in the intro text.
Ancient Domains of Mystery
Sellout roguelike that never open-sourced and is now going on assReam.
Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup
Oh ho, those silly players found another method to win more than 10% of the time? Time to nerf the shit out of this one too.
Nonsensical mishmash of Tolkienian lore without being very faithful to any of it. And if you miss an artifact it's gone for good.
Sword Master (the NES one, not any other game that might have that title.)
Run of the mill side scroller with shit story line
Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master
The "style over substance" entry in the series
LSD: Dream Emulator
Not a particularly accurate emulation of dreaming, or LSD for that matter.
Elevated nuke-happy Gandhi from an innocent bug into a moronic joke.
Crusader Kings II
I just got a Minecraft card code for free! :D http://linkbitty.com/FreeMinecraft
in the 'south park' episode didn't they need to tame a horse in mine craft to unlock the crime show channels?
i'm from /v/, this plice is shet, m8.
shut it down
Sorry we can't service your golfish-level attention span, friend.
You are not sufficiently melanin-endowed to post in this thread.
can someone get me this shirt?
also: YWYL thread ^_^
And no, I don't mean the Apogee era ones.
I've been rediscovering my enjoyment of Duke Nukem 3D, and looking into the franchise some more, and it seems that in between 3D and Forever there were a bunch of spinoffs, mostly for consoles, that I hadn't been aware of for the most part.
So, are Time to Kill, Land of the Babes, Zero Hour, Manhattan Project and any other interim game I forgot any good? Most of them seem to have the fuck-ugly Playstation polygon look that turned me off to consoles (and to some degree video games in general) of that era, but being ugly doesn't necessarily mean they're not fun, or at least a source of Nuclear amusement.