Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The Fall

It seems like fall this year has been pretty tame again. I really don't feel like there's a lot of games to catch up on while I've got the gaming bug. I zipped through the new Castlevania and have begun Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, but the only big omission of the year that I need to get through (and kinda dread, for size reasons) is Red Dead Redemption. What has everyone else been playing? I'm curious if there's anything on others' lists that I should hit, too.

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  1. As far as recent releases, I've been playing Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light for the DS. Other things are on my Christmas list but it seems a lot of new stuff comes out early next year. New stuff on my list includes Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Civilization V, Enslaved, Deus Ex 3, Portal 2...

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  2. You get your RPG on! I need to check the release dates on DE3 and P2.

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  3. : ) I'm enjoying it, although I'm at a point now where I'm not sure what I'm supposed to do next. I forgot some others on the list: Professor Layton 3 and Donkey Kong Country Returns.

    I also picked up Persona 3 again recently (I'm getting close to the end) and I'm having fun with that. And my wife and I finally went back and finished Guardian of Light (we were at the last level), though I haven't collected everything yet. And I just bought Costume Quest, the demo for which was great...

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  4. If you've the discipline and can tame the OCD bug - play just the crucial missions of RDR and try to beat it right quick to enjoy the worthwhile endgame.

    I've sadly not had much time to play anything else excluding a guilty weekend+ seriously addicted in Fallout New Vegas. Though enjoyable it's stirred up very mixed feelings in the medium as we've begun to discuss. <3

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  5. But seriously RDR is fucking boring 90% of the time. Gorgeous though <3

    (Would a little more addictive progress markers , systems to be mastered or collectible nic-nac's sugarcoated the bitter dullness?)

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