finally playing arkham city. siiiiiiiick game. my kinda action adventure in terms of puzzles and combat mechanics. and i usually don't care about this stuff, but i love the character bios - just seeing when certain villains and other characters came about in the original comics - tracing them back to the 1940's, 50's, and 60's...
alternating between that and pretty much all the pixeljunk games on psn except for the tower defense one. shooter, shooter 2, side scroller, and the platforming one.
fitting in some resident evil revelations on the side too.
Been trying some of the games on the nintendo e-shop for my 3ds. Mighty Switch Force was great, unfortunately it's really short. Also got pushmo, that's a must have game if you have a 3ds. May get Kid Icuras later.
just got done with mass effect 1. sticked with the stock shep and made a paragon soldier. the combat was kinda stale at first but as i got better weapons and attachments, the more funner it got.
the story was well worth the purchase and now i can't wait to get back into me2 and see how my choices will provide almost a new experience -- even though i beat it without beating the first.
gonna import my soldier to and infiltrator on me2 on insanity. after im done, ill import shep into me3 and go vanguard. prolly wait til bioware brings out the new ending since everybody hated the stock version.
Finished a 58 Game season as the 94 Bulls in 2k12 about 3 weeks ago. Played 6 minute quarters to get it done as fast as possible lol. Will post some pics for poster Samurai Swoosh, who was asking about the game not too long ago:
They got Jordan down pat. Fade away jumpers, ball handling, post moves, dunks, layups, everything. It's scary how much it looks like the real Jordan. Those guys at 2K know their shit.
Yeah,I remember thinking with 2k11,"Man, it's gonna take YEARS for them to top this!!", but lo and behold, they still kicked it up a notch. For Swoosh, a couple of things they improved on was making Jordan's turnaround Jumper a lot quicker in 12, as well as making the Ball arc vary from shot to shot. Like, if he's "hugging" the baseline on a turnaround, he will arc it higher, just like in real life. Also, the faces are more accurate IMO, even as good as 2k11 did faces the first time.
Also, Scottie Pippen plays more like "PIP" now, and not as much like a role player like he did in 11.You can "feel" how valuable he is roaming the floor on "D" just like real life. The only thing missing from 12 really, is Phil walking the sidelines (like he was in 11), but you'll quickly forget about it, once the action starts (for Phil Jackson lovers, don't worry, 2k11 can be bought between 10-20 bucks now lol).
All things considered, I've never had a game make me feel like a "kid" again, as much as 2k12 has this past year (Sonic Generations came close though).