That makes me happy because I want it. It makes me sad because I wish THQ were getting more money.
EDIT: FInished mirror's edge too, steam says in 4 hours, and I can't help but wonder... I'm really bad at this game, and had to di some things again too many times, how long would it be for someone who actually did it well? and how did those kind of blockes feel when paying full price?
Last edited by Gorzan; 18-08-2012 at 03:09 PM.
Hell, you can always replay it, or do time trials ^_^
About paying full price? I wouldn't know, i don't do that anymore.
I'm failing to writing a blog, specifically about playing games the wrong way
I'm dumb as all hell, I've just started my first game of Medieval II and noticed a distinct lack of options, I checked it and turns out I didn't have Kingdoms. That means that when I got it on the summer sale I forgot to check if I was getting the normal version or the equally priced complete version...
Really? The way I see it it's really hard to take more than 5 hours out of the game if you don't do the challenges.
I'm not really getting how the points work yet, I get to send out a bunch of my first units, then when I unlocked my knights I can't send them out for some reason. I'm not sure what I need for sending them out.
Just got installed Severance:Blade of Darkness,fully patched and "modified" so it runs well on win7,also menu/background bug is fixed! Now i only need to find some time to start my playthrough as BARBARIAN :p
... I take the lives of a few to protect the lives of many. I commit acts of war to preserve the greater peace. I take no joy in killing, but make no mistake; I'll do what needs to be done. Because it's my job. It's my duty. My name is Sam Fisher, and I am a Splinter Cell.
I've been mostly stuck in a loop of God Games recently. Started with SimCity 3000, before moving on to SC4. Galactic Civilizations 2 had been making a comeback, before I bought Civ V in a recent Steam sale which then ended up taking most of my free time.
I've just installed Dawnguard, and have created a new character and re-set all my Skyrim config and mods back to vanilla (except for the Unofficial Skyrim patch - nice to see the guys behind the superb Oblivion version are doing the same for TESV).
I was going to post in the forums here asking RPS what their current favourite mods are, but there seems to be some form of (understandable) anti-spam thing in place stopping new members creating new threads. I've been an RPS subscriber and general lurker for years, just never got round to registering for the forums...
Oh well, guess I'll have to poke the RPS hive mind at a later date. Back to Tamriel for me...
Yeah, and the worst part of it is knowing that it's completelly my fault.
Playing Crysis Warhead too, and finally, thanks to my new machine I can feel this on max settings. Not that it's such a feat nowadays, but it feels good anyway.
Still cant get my hands off Red Orchestra 2. Currently at level 83 and most of the time now I am playing as a mg gunner. The new patch has been good. Commissars House seems playable again from the russian side. Cant wait for Rising Storm to be released!
Completed Offspring Fling. Funny game but I am not motivated enough to play through all of the levels again and beating the necessary times to unlock the bonus levels.
Started playing Bastion. Almost 3 hours in and I already can understand all the praise it got. Music, graphics, the narrator - you just want to keep on playing.