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Posted by GunstarRed

Journey, I Am Alive, Street Fighter X Tekken, Asuras Wrath, Mass Effect 3, SSX, Saints Row DLC, Alan Wake challenges, Assassins Creed: Revelations, Free Trine 2/ Sly Cooper/ countless other games over the last few months on PSN, Ico, MGS Collection etc etc etc etc etc etc AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

It wouldn't be that bad if I didnt feel like I was missing games I should have played from last year (Rayman, Deus Ex, Ratchet) and some other, newer releases like The Darkness 2 and Syndicate. ANNNNND the upcoming releases of Kid Icarus and whatever fucking stupid name Rhythm Heaven has in Europe.


Posted by AjayRaz

do you own all those games or do you just feel bad about missing out on them? i kinda feel the same way, so i used my Vita money to spend it on more games that i knew i wouldn't want to miss.

..still kinda wish i bought the Vita instead ; ;

Posted by GunstarRed

@AjayRaz: I own some of them and planned on getting the others, but I feel like the longer I leave things the more likely I am to forget about them. I only just started SSX and I feel like I have had to move on... although now I have about 5 million "this friend is online messages" every minute. I wish I could be more selective. The one thats killing me the most is SF X Tekken, I feel like there's a window to miss that. I love fighting games but the longer you leave a fighting game the more likely you are to have no fun with it. At least all of the time spent playing games is going to force me to stop watching bad TV I should have stopped watching a long time ago.

I feel had to play ME3 before some idiot spoiled it for me. (Worst game ever in the universe ever!!!!!!)

And I did finish Journey (ART!!!!!!!!)

I don't want to be the one that says buying a Vita would be a mistake or that handheld gaming is over because I'm pretty big on the 3DS, but I can't help feeling there will be a lot of regret over buying that thing. You probably did the right thing.

Posted by AjayRaz

@GunstarRed: if you're gonna get into a fighting game, then yea you really shouldn't miss it at launch. it's the best time because everyone's still learning and joining too late means most people are done with it, leaving the much better players there. i always found that to be a huge problem if you're trying to learn the game (unless you have friends to train with).

oh, and i didn't know you were on PS3! what's your ID?!