Might & Magic VI.
Disgaea 3 on my vita still. finished up all the sidestories and doin more item world stuff.
The very last boss is making me regret buying this game.
Well, not anymore now that I've beaten her, because I glitched the A.I. on Final Freia(I think)and beaten her, finally. I think what happened was that I used the Optimization Environmental skill, then she got rid of it, and she was just floating in place. She wasn't even going to try and fly away, she just sat there.
Lil' Ol' Maaaaaaaaaan
battle arena toshinden. very very fond memories of this game.
but i had so much fun.
i now legally posess a phd in zombies.
on february 23, 1987, two things happened: the first documentable supernova visible with the human eye, and my birth. in other words, i was blessed by the universe itself. not many can say that
minority report also sucks but its so much fun throwing people out the windows
Rayman: Origins on the PS3
Great game, got it for practically nothing because I bought it at a yard-sale of vengeful parents punishing their kid.
That game was so much fun. Even though it didn't follow the movie, I thought it was a good and fun game. In fact, I've been wanting to play that game for some time.
Disgaea 3 on the vita. was startin to dupe legendary Barefoot X's when i took a break. after that, i need to start farmin more Gency Exits and get some more rank 40 stuff.
Seeing as how I'm not interested in any of the upcoming releases until the end of the year (Halo 4 and most likely Bioshock Infinite I guess), I'm at a bit of a loose end gaming wise. As far as I can see, my only options are to either take the plunge on either a Vita or 3DS (highly unlikely, given they are still underperforming and have nothing I really want to play), or go for something older.
So unless I see a huge price cut on either the Vita or 3DS, I've narrowed my choices down to Persona 4 on the PS2, Morrowind on the Xbox or Deus Ex 1 on the PS2. And yes, I know I said I was going to buy Morrowind before, but Skyrim put me off Elder Scrolls so utterly that I gave up on the idea. Time has passed though, my copy of Skyrim is safely lent out to a friend on a hopefully extended basis, and I might be ready to give Morrowind a go now. On the other hand, I really want to play a good cyberpunk game, because that's probably my favourite setting for anything (except maybe Victorian Britain). Human Revolution didn't do much for me, but people do say that Deus Ex 1 is a classic of all time.
Or I could go with Persona 4, but I've kind of been holding back on that, because we should be getting Persona 4: The Golden at some point on the Vita. Its pretty much the only game I'm interested in on the Vita and I was saving it up as my reason to get a Vita. I know its a bit much to buy a system for one game, but in my experience, so long as you can get over that intial hump of buying the console, you'll find a few other games present themselves that you hadn't spotted or realised you might want.
So... an awkward choice. I'm not a big fan of going back to buying games for old consoles, because I prefer to try and support the current gen of the time. But I'm out of options, as I really do not want any of the games coming out over the next 2 quarters or so.
Or I could just go into hibernation until the end of the year. Hmm...
I finished all three levels of Bit.Trip Beat last night. Holy cow, who knew a simple game of Pong could be so intense. By the way, kudos to anyone who can beat this game on the hard difficulty setting. So now I'm attacking the challenges added to the Bit.Trip Complete collection for Beat. Crazy addictive, they are.
ARGH! I'm stuck on fighting Galbalan in Ys: The Oath in Felghana.
Yakuza: Dead Souls. I finished the story mode a few days ago but still have 2 sub-stories to finish up.
Just download the AC: Assault Horizon demo, Tanis, and make your own judgement. Personally, judging by the demo, it seems great.
If you want to get AC 6, you can get it used for 19.99 at gamestop.
Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage
Super Robot Wars Z2.2 for PSP, very addictive and on my 2nd playthrough.
I'm still playing Awesomenauts. It's a lot of fun.
Because Orphans Don't Have Parents
With a username like yours, I have to ask: Where you abandoned by your parents and raised in a Orphanage? If so, that explains a lot. If not, that still explains a lot.
Deus Ex Human Revolution