Discussion in 'Other Gaming Discussion' started by RTRSPCT, May 27, 2014.
I've played through Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike again. Great game.
Early this morning, I progressed through another stage in Kirby: Triple Deluxe for the 3DS. I've had the game since it launched, but sadly, still haven't finished it. Not that it's a bad game, but I am just more compelled to play other games, as well as the "slow" feel it has when compared to Kirby games I'm more used to, like Nightmare in Dreamland and Amazing Mirror.
I also played a little bit of Pokemon Emerald as I replay it in preparation for the upcoming Ruby and Sapphire remakes.
Finished up platting Spec Ops: The Line again for a 2nd time, and started up Sleeping Dogs again.
Shovel Knight for PC (GOG). Decent "retro" game that could've been better in my opinion: it feels a bit too "forced". So, La Mulana still remains my most favorite modern retro title yet.
Play some Bravely Default. I have finally had enough of this game. No longer have any desire to play this anymore and I have not even got to the infamous second-half yet. I am only in chapter 3.
I played a bit of the good old Gran Turismo 3 on the PS2 emulator in my PC.
Zombi U on Wii U
^ She saw the horrors of Star Wars Kinect.
Picture me, with a Scotch and a bunch of kids, dancing to this shit. Fuck my life.
@DuhWhitePanda: It could be worse you could be dancing to a Hannah Montana song. If someone filmed that it could be the ruin of your life as you know it.
Now that the Steam Summer Sale has murdered my wallet I decided to dig through the old library in order to make a dent in that nefarious Backlog.
I started the day by beating Octodad: Dadliest Catch, then fell completely off track playing CS:GO & TF2 for hours on end.
I'm a weak, weak person.
I'm doing a lot of GBA playing lately when I'm not at home. Today, I've played a little bit of Kirby: Nightmare in Dreamland. I had worked on it for so long the last time I played it so I could unlock Meta-Knighmare, but by the time I did, I was tired of the game and didn't want to go through it a third time, just to play as Meta-Knight.
Now, I realize that it was definitely worth it. Playing as Meta-Knight is a whole lot of fun
Saw that Civilization: Beyond Earth release date announced today!
...So I've been plying Civ5 for the past 2 hours in celebration. No regrets
Shovel knight on my 3ds, amazing game
More GBA goodness from me. I've really found it nice to go for GBA games in my time at work on breaks and whatnot and PS Vita when I'm at home. For the past few days, I've been going at it with Super Mario World. Amazingly enough, it's a game I've played many times, but have never actually finished. The last time I played it, I made it to the final World and my save corrupted. Hoping to actually finish it this time!
I also touched a little on Kirby and the Amazing Mirror. I admit, it is my most favorite Kirby game. I loved the fact that they made it open-world, instead of just stage to stage.
I've enjoyed playing further in Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and Super Mario 3D World today.
After that I got really annoyed by The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD. I want the Swift Sail, so that you can sail much quicker over sea. Now, to attain that you'll have to go to the "Auction House" at night to (as you may have guessed) participate in an auction. Not only does the item appear randomly, it also is extremely hard to attain (is the winner also "random"???), unless I'm doing something wrong...
I played a few hours of PayDay 2 today.
Really damn fun game, I feel like I underpaid for it during the Steam sale.
It's amazing that I love Sony handhelds so much, as whenever I'm not at home, I'm knee-deep in GBA games, though I suppose it makes sense as that was the first handheld I got really deep into and loved and enjoyed.
I finally finished Super Mario World for the first time, many years late. After finishing it, I wanted to shift what I was playing, so now in my spare time during the day when I'm doing other things, I've been progressing through Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, which I was doing before, as well as Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap, one of the very few Zelda games I've actually finished.
I've been playing Divinity: Original Sin for a few days now. It's definitely one of the best D&D styled RPGs to come out in years.
I'm playing through Bravely Default, I really like this style of game (since it's now it's own series and not part of the FF spin-off). Looking forward to being able to carry my stuff over to the full version.
Sonic the Fighters (XBLA) - I'm beating this for the second time lol
Instead of The Minish Cap, I decided to jump back into Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga. I've been in the mood for a nice, casual, funny RPG, and that definitely fits the bill. It was, by far, my favorite RPG on the system, and continues to be so. It's casual and easy, but still shows off some difficulty, and I loved the fact that it's turn-based, but also has some very interactive elements in the battles with dodging and countering attacks.
If any Nintendo fan has never played Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga, then they need to, like, right now.
College Hoops 2K6 (360) - In the mood for some basketball.
Play Golden Sun if you haven't already.
It's broken into two parts, but I never got to play the second.
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