DLC is really iffy for me. If it's multiplayer maps for a game I already play a lot of, then sure, I'll probably get it. But if it's singleplayer... eeeeehhhhh... it has to be really good. Like if I'm spending 10 or 15 dollars I'd expect at least 5+ hours of entertainment. Only singleplayer related DLC I've…
Very impressive for a console, but at the same time I can upgrade my PC to something better for the same cost a PS4 would be. Still, if some deliciously interesting console exclusive comes to the system then I might have to bite.
So, Waypoint released this video the other day, which is basically a brief prologue to Halo 4.
Finished ME3 today. Great game to a great trilogy that finishes with a kind of 'meh' ending that isn't particularly happy at all. Just sort've "Okaaaay...."
Almost done with ME3. Really enjoying the multiplayer. :) Lots of variety in skills/weapons and tactics used upon the varying enemy types.
Bought ME3 earlier this week now that its $25. Loving it for the most part, aside from the 'romantic' dialog is just soooo forced and blatant. There's no subtlety to it. It's not endearing or sweet. It's face-wincing painful. In the first ME, it was just that little blip toward the end, nothing major but nice to…
Hadn't seen anything on Kotaku about it yet... so...
Finishing up SpecOps The Line. Geez. This is... really dark. Way more nauseating and shocking than CoD's No Russian scene.
So excited for Dark Soul's DLC content coming soon. Just beat the game for the first time a few days ago with a standard sword-n-board knight.
I hate buying full-price games these days, but the Fall of Cybertron demo has me really liking the multiplayer.
Remember when TAY would get its own real blog post with a often amusing photoshopped image of classical art? What happened to that?
Playing Dark Souls for the first time.
Thinking of picking up a game in the next week or so...