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« Reply #60: November 07, 2009, 04:18:34 pm »


Devil May Cry 3. I was getting my butt kicked a lot because I kept getting stuck in combos against the boss. (in Mission 13, which would be Vergil. D; ) But now that I decided to give Trickster a try, I've been succeeding a little and finding ways to catch him off guard. That being said, I keep two healing items with me, but usually do a few fights with the boss to see if I really need them before actually resorting to them.

Occasionally, I play the original Devil May Cry game. Not very far in it, though.
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« Reply #61: November 07, 2009, 10:50:13 pm »

Myself, currently re-playing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.......(XBox 360) this time with a mage character.

Just bought my son Dragon Age: Origins for his birthday. he is already addicted.

I highly recommend either for those who like a really long involved RPG.

If I'm not working, I'm neglecting housework for Dragon Age Cheesy (so is everyone else I work with!)
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« Reply #62: November 07, 2009, 11:03:59 pm »

If I'm not working, I'm neglecting housework for Dragon Age Cheesy (so is everyone else I work with!)

Playing it myself, on and off.  Pretty game, but it doesn't hold me as BG2 or Planescape: Torment did (and do).

Also, King of Dragon Pass.  Fantastic RPG/strategy hybrid, with Celtic-like tribes, 500 mini-plots that may (or may not) show up in any game, and worshipers who can go on many god quests.  I've had it for years, and never tire of it.
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« Reply #63: November 09, 2009, 12:56:55 pm »

If I'm not working, I'm neglecting housework for Dragon Age Cheesy (so is everyone else I work with!)

My son says i am not allowed to play until after he has beaten the game.  Sad

So, I stole his copy of Fallout 3 to play instead.  Cheesy
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« Reply #64: October 13, 2010, 09:13:50 am »

What game are you currently playing and would you recommend it to others?

I resurrected this thread because I was thinking of starting a similar one.

I am currently playing Mass Effect 2 for the fifth time, on hard-core.  I am a bit of an achievement w___e, and therefore have to beat everything I play on the 360 in as complete a form as possible.

I'd recommend it because, well, it is Bioware!  How could anyone not love a Bioware game?
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« Reply #65: October 25, 2010, 09:29:51 pm »



Fallout New Vegas currently.  Grin I'd definitely recommend it, and would suggest to save often and keep multiple saves. I haven't had problems but my hubby's game is awfully glitchy.   
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« Reply #66: December 10, 2010, 03:07:13 am »

[PROTOTYPE]

OMGG the game was amazing. It was like GTA on crack lol. There really isn't a limit to what you can do and places you in a world where you must learn as much as you can about the virus that has effect you and everyone else.

I will not explain most of the game but it is worth the buy.


before that

Ace Combat 6

I finally played it and I was not let down. With the ally attacks, variety of Jets, complex missions, and so on this game has major reply value. I lack the 360 live at the moment but I do highly suggest getting both games. I would love to Ace combat online to really test my skills and meet others who play the game for teh love I play it for as well.
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« Reply #68: December 18, 2010, 12:24:57 am »

I resurrected this thread because I was thinking of starting a similar one.

I am currently playing Mass Effect 2 for the fifth time, on hard-core.  I am a bit of an achievement w___e, and therefore have to beat everything I play on the 360 in as complete a form as possible.

I'd recommend it because, well, it is Bioware!  How could anyone not love a Bioware game?

It's the Achievements. Definitely the achievements. I feel the same compulsive need. Cheesy

I just finished up Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and I'm waiting on an Xbox Live subscription so I can check out the multiplayer. So excited! Cheesy

In the mean time, I'm playing Fable: The Lost Chapters. Just about to head into the Arena. Can anyone say "gold mine"? Cheesy I'm also really wanting to play Mass Effect, because that's what my boyfriend is playing right now most of the time and I'm watching him play. Gah! Smiley
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« Reply #69: March 03, 2011, 02:09:03 am »

My son says i am not allowed to play until after he has beaten the game.  Sad

So, I stole his copy of Fallout 3 to play instead.  Cheesy
Woof.  I just started Fallout 3 on the 360.  I'm a geek-fan if the original, so I'm looking forward to the experience.

Currently replaying thru the Gears of War titles (gotta love the chainsaw/machine gun combo) and running a Wood Elf team in a Blood Bowl campaign.  (The turn-based 'classic' mode is surprisingly faithful to the tabletop incarnation.)
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« Reply #70: March 06, 2011, 05:44:21 pm »


Currently playing Myst IV, Dungeons and Civilisation V depends on my mood just waiting for Mortal Kombat and Dragon Age II to come out.
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« Reply #71: March 14, 2011, 09:10:01 pm »

Currently playing Myst IV, Dungeons and Civilisation V depends on my mood just waiting for Mortal Kombat and Dragon Age II to come out.

Got my copy of MK pre-ordered. 
I did pick up Marvel v. Capcom the other day.  Freakishly crazy fun.
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« Reply #72: March 14, 2011, 09:30:53 pm »

Got my copy of MK pre-ordered. 
I did pick up Marvel v. Capcom the other day.  Freakishly crazy fun.

I used to play Runescape. Gave it up like a month ago, and haven't played since. It stopped being fun after a while. I think I'll stick with PC games. I have the whole Myst series, inherited from my brother, and once I find the disc for Riven, I'll try playing that again. Doesn't seem like a good idea to play the others games without playing that one.
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« Reply #73: March 14, 2011, 11:53:39 pm »

I used to play Runescape. Gave it up like a month ago, and haven't played since. It stopped being fun after a while. I think I'll stick with PC games. I have the whole Myst series, inherited from my brother, and once I find the disc for Riven, I'll try playing that again. Doesn't seem like a good idea to play the others games without playing that one.
I remember playing Myst way back when.  Great visuals and lots of puzzles, si?

As far as PC games go I like a little more action mixed in with the strategy and solving elements.  I like the more old-school games like Fallout and Disciples, and I must confess to Diablo II as a guilty pleasure.  I tried Warcraft II and Warhammer 40K: Rites of War, but both of those eventually grow beyond what ought to be manageable.  And although I've only ever played the XBox port version of the game, let me say that nothing tops Knights of the Old Republic
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« Reply #74: March 19, 2011, 05:19:29 pm »

I remember playing Myst way back when.  Great visuals and lots of puzzles, si?

As far as PC games go I like a little more action mixed in with the strategy and solving elements.  I like the more old-school games like Fallout and Disciples, and I must confess to Diablo II as a guilty pleasure.  I tried Warcraft II and Warhammer 40K: Rites of War, but both of those eventually grow beyond what ought to be manageable.  And although I've only ever played the XBox port version of the game, let me say that nothing tops Knights of the Old Republic

Tons of puzzles is a good thing when you're trying to pass time on a rainy day. Even better when, like Myst and Riven, there's great scenery involved. One reason I'm holding out hope for the final installment of the Syberia series. That and I'm dying to finally find out what happened to Kate after Hans left.

I've heard of several of the games you mentioned, but haven't played any.
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