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#76 Post by Keldoth Wolfram Dekel »

Nuff wrote:
Keldoth Wolfram Dekel wrote:I'm playing my way through Fable II and LOVING IT.
I'm going through it a second time :D
Ooooo! I just got to Bloodstone, how much of the game is left? I'm afraid I'm close to the end.
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#77 Post by Firemelon »

Just finished Crysis Warhead.

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#78 Post by Nuff »

Keldoth Wolfram Dekel wrote:
Nuff wrote:
Keldoth Wolfram Dekel wrote:I'm playing my way through Fable II and LOVING IT.
I'm going through it a second time :D
Ooooo! I just got to Bloodstone, how much of the game is left? I'm afraid I'm close to the end.
Bloodstone... so you're after Reaver now then right? After you've done the mission to get him, and escaped an attack you're pretty much at the end of the game.

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#79 Post by Keldoth Wolfram Dekel »

Aw damn, well it was fun while it lasted. Not nearly as big as they said, is it XD?
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#80 Post by Kinuki »

I'm currently working my way through FarCry 2. It's quite a difficult game.
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#81 Post by Nuff »

Keldoth Wolfram Dekel wrote:Aw damn, well it was fun while it lasted. Not nearly as big as they said, is it XD?
Well, the storyline isn't that long if you hammer at it, but there are plently of other things to do after the main quests so it's all cool. I'm currently trying to take over the world by owning every buiulding I can buy |D

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#82 Post by Schrodinger »

I've been playing Requiem: Bloodymare and Wonderland Online recently.
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#83 Post by Check Source »

Little big planet!
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#84 Post by Sable Dove »

Check Source wrote:Little big planet!
It looks interesting, and I gather from your exclamation point that it is fun. So, how fun is it?

Also, I'm back to CoD4; finally got Red Tiger for my W1200, now I'm working on whatever the other shotgun is.
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#85 Post by Blazeofspikes »

played Eternal sonata for the ps3 yesterday however after homework I am going to play Little big planet.
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#86 Post by Yakamaru »

C&C Red Alert 3
Diablo 2
World Of Warcraft
Earth 2150 and Earth 2160
Flyff

So yeah, i got literally alot of games on my hand.. :p
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#87 Post by Sefris »

I'm addicted to Fallout 3 :D

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#88 Post by Check Source »

Sable Dove wrote:
Check Source wrote:Little big planet!
It looks interesting, and I gather from your exclamation point that it is fun. So, how fun is it?

Also, I'm back to CoD4; finally got Red Tiger for my W1200, now I'm working on whatever the other shotgun is.
The level creator is amazing you can do almost anything with it. This game is just ... I can't describe how amazing it its.
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#89 Post by Sable Dove »

It sounds and looks great; I'm gonna have to at least rent it sometime in the next week or so.
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#90 Post by UncleGrandpa »

jdog16 wrote:Currently, I'm just getting into X-Com UFO Defense again via Steam.

DEAR GOD I FORGOT HOW HARD THIS GAME IS.

It is, however, amazingly atmospheric for an isometric turn based strategy game with graphics fit for a sprite comic.
Oh MAN, was that a fun game! And yeah, frequently impressively difficult, especially the terror missions.

But the *stories*! How many games out there do you wind up swapping stories about what happened in a video game? I remember the first time I had the Blaster Bomb -- someone spotted an alien in the shadows, WELL NO PROBLEM, glad to help him out (of existence)! Draw the waypoints for the bomb, BOOM, nice satisfying start to the explosion... which kind of went on and on, since I hadn't noticed he was next to gas station pumps! QUITE the boom. Impressive physics for the day.
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And the level of graphics... wow... they're really using the PS3 in interesting ways. Nice to see someone shake up video game design. Stephen Fry is great as the narrator, to no one's surprise I'm sure.
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