Still going along in Splinter Cell. I also recently downloaded a free to play multiplayer FPS called Tribes: Ascend. It's sort of a sequel and it's really good. It has this mechanic called skiing where you can make yourself frictionless, allowing you to pick up speed by "skiing" down hills. I think I've gotten up to around 180 kph.
Ultimate Ninja Storm, the first one.
Having a lot of fun just jumping around the village, barely even touched the versus mode. The fighting is shallow yet flashy, as expected. I really like the feel of this game. Not only does it look like the anime, but I move like I'm being animated by Pierrot.
Playing the Commander Keen Collection I got off Steam. Time to relive some of my early childhood memories~
Downloaded this on PSN in October.My
first costume picks were Knight,Space and then Space, Liberty
Now its Knight,Unicorn,and Ninja
got to the last stage after so long of being stuck on this game
Just finished this tower defence game called Defence Grid Awakening. Was a good game but it sucked that you couldn't pick an easier difficulty until AFTER completing each stage atleast once. Looking for more games of the same genre that give you a better challenge.
The era of Whitebeard is over. The time of Brownbeard, has come.
Final Boss on Costume quest
Final team: Unicorn,Pumpkin and Knight
Reinstalled FFXI. It is wonderful (though I do... oddly enough... miss Valkurm Dunes parties). Playing SWTOR also. Going through old games like Mario, Metroid etc. and making sure I 100% them.
"There's nothing I hate more, than all these plastic peopleWith all their plastic promises, and all their plastic dealsThey just can't be themselves, and live their own lives outThey're just an imitation of what life's all about" - Anthrax
I played the Darkness II demo today and it was awesome. I had never played the original though, so I'm going to have to do that.
Just finished up all of the content on my Tekken Hybrid game. I got the limited edition for Christmas which came with a few extras. Tekken Hybrid has the movie Tekken Blood Vengeance (not the recent crappy live action version), Tekken Tag Tournament HD, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue. (The limited edition came with an 80-page art book, a 2-disc soundtrack, and a dlc voucher)
Here are my thoughts:
Tekken Blood Vengeance:
The movie is a CGI movie and it can be viewed in 2D or 3D. It has both the original Japanese and an English dub. Movie was good, but my one slight issue is that the English dub doesn't always sync up with lip movement since the CGI is very detailed.
Tekken Tag Tournament HD: Basically a re-release of the PS2 version. Just as enjoyable as I remember. Going for the trophies was pretty fun too.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue: Pretty much a demo of the upcoming game. You can play as 4 characters: Xiaoyu, Devil Jin, Devil Kazuya, and Alisa. There are 4 stages, a few trophies you can win, and you can play with 2 players. The new tag team fighting mechanics are pretty interesting and well integrated IMO. It may be a preview of what we see when Namco eventually makes Tekken X Street Fighter.
Anyway, after finishing Tekken Hybrid, I'm going to finish up MW3 and start Uncharted 3.
Absolutely nothing. I'm having one of those periods where video games aren't fun.
Perhaps TF2 with my friends will put me in a better mood.
I'm currently playing Pokemon Leaf Green, because I'm at school and don't have access to anything else at the moment.
I finished Splinter Cell today and started Chaos Theory. It's such a massive improvement. The ragdolls especially, that is CT actually has them, are really cool. Also the sound bar addition is really useful as well.
I've been playing ''The Ultimate Challenge'' in Blur with my suitemates: Descent, lightning and nitro only, one-hit-kills. Very intense.
~Stargazer~, an original story.
3DS Friend Code: 2234-8294-8917
Well, just finished Skyward Sword so, after many many years of putting it off, I guess I'll finally get around to finishing FFXII.
Grim Fandango, bitches.
Aside from the glitches such as the sound going crazy or stopping completely it works alright. Fortunately you can save anywhere, even during dialogues, and it takes less than 10 seconds to save, quit and restart the game. I love the entire setting concept, and the jazzy music. This is my second Schafer game, with the first being Psychonauts.
Finally had some time left to play some Ocarina of Time in between revising for and doing midterms.
playing majora's mask in the virtual console of wii for the first time.
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