Revisiting Defense Grid and playing though some of the DLCs which i missed first time around, sharpening my tower defense skills before tackling the new Containment campaign.
Trying to get into Dota 2, hectic game is hectic. Also started a NewGame+ in Dark Souls.
Despite coming out earlier today, I've sunk in a couple of hours to Sonic and Sega All Stars Racing Transformed and it's pretty damn good. Levels have been varied and interesting, they all look amazing and the music is fantastic. It's sufficiently challenging and is just overall really good fun!
been playing Dota 2 again. This game is sucking my time. And I'm still not good at it
I've been playing in SE Asia server, didnt realize my connection is good enough to play in Europe.
Been doing a bit more Valley without Wind. Just got in the mood.
After watchint TB's DMC video reviewy thing, I am kind of really getting in the mood for some more God Hand.
If you want me on either service, I suggest PMing me here first to let me know who you are.
I just started HL2: Ep.2 yesterday (didn't play it since it released) and it might just be the best game in this awesome series. Apart from that I'm also playing Super Meat Boy, which is one of those games I love to just shut off to (at least in shorter burst of play) even-though I'm not that good at it. But perseverance gets me through most levels... At least so far.
Deadlight--Especially after "The Walking Dead" game, there's really not a whole lot you can do with the zombie genre storytelling wise. Which is maybe why playing "Deadlight" fells kind of been there done that. There's a group of survivors, you get separated from them, you spend the game searching for your family. People heroically sacrifice themselves, or alternately, beg you to kill them so they don't become a zombie....etc, etc. All of this stuff is kind of becoming a bit cliché, especially since it's all been done so well elsewhere before this. The ending manages its own twist which is kind of nice, but most of the game up to that point is pretty underwhelming.
Gameplay wise it's basically "Prince of Persia" with zombies, but it also doesn't do much that's original with that concept. There are a few physics puzzles and annoying timed jumping sequences, but mostly it's a pretty straightforward platformer with not a whole lot that's memorable about it. And considering that I was able to beat the entire thing in 3 hours, "15 dollars" is grossly overpriced.
I got this in the amazon bundle for 5 bucks, and at that price it's fine, but I'd be pissed if I spent 15 dollars on this game.
Some of the episodes of TWD were close to 3 hours, so that does sound horribly overpriced.
I've been looking through my steamlist trying to find something to play, but everything looks back at me saying "I'm going to take ages to finish!" and I don't like short gaming bursts.
Thief II with the usability patch. That patch is awesome. No more manually futzing around with resolution and fov. Just extract a handful of files and it takes care of everything. The game still stands the test of time.
"game sales for consoles destroys pc games completely why do u think they are so cheap on steam lol."
-Random console gamer
I've been playing "I Am Alive" for a bit. I find it quite enjoyable, has pretty great atmosphere and I like the "hold up"-mechanic when encountering thugs. The climbing bits are sometimes really enjoyable and sometimes infuriatingly hard to find where you need to go.
I'm still trying to complete Closure. I finished all the levels but there are 30 collectible moths scattered around them, and I've only managed to find 9 in each of the first three worlds. So either I missed one in each world (24 levels), or I missed three in the 10 final challenge levels when I thought they had none. According to the dev commentary the small moths serve as a hint to what levels still have a collectible in them, but I can't tell how that's supposed to work, so I'm locating them by the jingly sound instead. Maybe there are moths in the challenge levels that don't make any sound...
Anyone else had more luck with this?
For the record Amnesia is not a relaxing game, but a brilliant hiding in a wardrobe simulator.
Last night I Completed Borderlands 2 : Mr Torgue’s Campaign of Carnage, with a fellow RPS’r. It just gets sillier and sillier. Looking forward to starting; Sir Hammerlocks Big Game Hunt with a new set of weapons from the golden key chest. Anyone who’s up for it my steam name is Tom4J – We’re playing true vault hunter at about level 44.
For my Birthday My mate bought me one of the Frogware Sherlock Holmes games (Sherlock Holmes Vs Jack the Ripper). All I’ve done is wander around a very well realised London circa 1888, but its very detailed, I love the all the little posters and pamphlets that litter the walls and floor. Sound design is hilarious though, Sherlock sounds like he’s been voiced by Stewie from Family guy.