So I think it's time for a new game.
I've been thinking between:
Injustice: Gods Among Us
Maybe Dragons Dogma, still looking into it
Fable 2 or 3, my cousin recommended this, plus it's only 3 dollars
Is Minecraft only online? Or an you buy a disc for it?
Can't think if anything else right now.
I CAN NOW TAKE BREEDING REQUESTS AGIAN
White friend code: 0347 5916 2191
Black 2 friend code: 0820 1802 1694
I haven't played Gen 5 yet and I'm debating between black or white, any suggestions?
Black 2 FC: 2667-2901-5780
Is it worth buying Demon Soul before buying Dark Soul or should I just skip Demon Soul and just buy Dark Soul?
"Now Count up your Sins"- Kamen Rider W
Demon's Souls and Dark Souls aren't connected to each other story-wise, but Dark Souls contains many gameplay elements from its predecessor. However, one can get into Dark Souls without even playing Demon's Souls. Go ahead and buy Demon's Souls if you want; it's a fantastic game, but Dark Souls is pretty much a must for any RPG fan who wants a challenge.
On #SPP as: Revan, Artorias
I might get Batman: Arkham City sometime soon. Is the Game of the Year version worth getting, or should I save myself a few pennies and get the standard version?
Nostalgic banner made by Team Brushfire (probably not even an active member anymore)
I am one of Jehovah's Witnesses.
If you have a question about my religion, feel free to ask me or check any of these links:
Should I pick up the Unreal Deal pack off of Steam for ten bucks, with Unreal 1 and 2 and Unreal Tournament GOTY, 2004, and 3, or just buy something off GOG? They're having an FPS sale right now, and the fare includes Serious Sam First and Second Encounter, UT2K4 (which is the main one I was interested in), and the original UT.
Serious Sam is really fun, so I would recommend picking the games up eventually. But's it's worth mentioning that both game have newer HD remakes, so you might want to look into those before making a decision on whether to pick them up on the GOG sale. (I know the Graphics jump is pretty big, but I think only the original version have a level editor)
As for the rest, I generally would say it's better to go for GOG because the games are DRM free. But the Unreal Deal is saving you boatloads of money, so unless you have major issues with steam' services, I would definitely go for that over GOG.
Last edited by Zazie; 25th May 2013 at 6:21 PM.
Best Signature Ever!
Ok guys and gals, I'm looking for a couple FPS(first person shooter) games for PS3, I've never really played many before, so I really want to get the better ones.
work in progress
Animal Crossing: New Leaf Dream Address: 5500-2724-46093DS FC: 3110-4124-2622
Hey guys what are some good GBA games you recommend me getting? Other than all the obvious Pokemon ones.
Thanks in advance.
3DS Friendcode: 5198-2496-8383
I'm a computer science student and I just bought my first proper gaming computer (partly because I needed something more graphically recent/powerful to run my latest graphics assignments, and partly because I felt it was finally time to move from consoles to PC after... recent announcements). I've been a 360 gamer during the last generation, but I'm planning on getting a Steam account and moving to PC wholesale. In thinking about games I'm interested in that I haven't already played on 360, there are three in particular I've decided on looking in to. However, they are all very story/narrative heavy games and I've never played any other games in their respective franchises. Given that, would you recommend any of these games? Skyrim, Fallout 3, and Bioshock Infinite.
Credits to Sworn Metalhead for the awesome banner!
...Sorry, I went on a tangent on why I hated Skyrim. Anyway, if you really wanted to play a Fallout game, I would suggest New Vegas. Though it doesn't improve upon Fallout 3 gameplay-wise, it improves upon it character and story-wise.
On #SPP as: Revan, Artorias
So not having played 1 or 2, I won't be totally lost in Infinite? Also, since from what I understand Infinite is a prequel, is there a "best order" to play them in if I were to play 1 and 2 also? Like how people come up with preferred orders for the Star Wars movies.
Cool, thanks guys.
I'm looking for an rpg game to play on my PS Vita that has plenty of endgame content and won't become boring after a few hours. Something I can go full completionist on and won't become stale. Can anyone help? Mind you that I want one that is playable on the vita, this includes ps1 and psp games on the ps network. Are there any good games that match the description?
Credit goes to Lucina Archaelis