Hi! I've recently returned to Guild Wars 2 after the start of Season 2 and I'm looking for a solid guild to bring my 80 Ranger and 80 Warrior into. Having a great time on my own, would definitely have a better time with more of the community I'm quite fond of. Whaddya say, duders? :)
I'd also be willing to transfer to Yak's Bend to participate in all the guild fun.
If I had to choose from your list, I'd go with Persona 4 Golden just because it is an amazing JRPG.
If I can deviate from your list, I will say that I just recently got a Vita myself and have sunk over 60 hours into Dragon's Crown and plan to sink a lot more. That game did not appeal to me on the PS3, but it is amazing for a action-packed dungeon romp during lunch.
I've been boiling over this news, trying to focus on work, and all I can say is... for the first time in a long time... I am genuinely hurt by this news. Giantbomb, and Ryan in particular, are like a family for me that I never had - they were with me during bad relationships and bad jobs. The Giantbombcast was my go-to when I would otherwise cry myself to sleep alone when I first moved out on my own.
This one hurts, duders. RIP good friend, you were truly amazing.
@bandit_fox: I would say if you're a fan of Diablo 3 or Torchlight 2, at the current sale price, definitely. I played both of those games to death and this game is definitely scratching that itch. And, inside Act 2, I think I was underestimating the experience I was expecting, but this next part I found really exciting:
At the beginning of Act 2, you get a Secret Lair, which acts as your base of operations. That Secret Lair has upgradeable components with items that you find doing various optional quests and exploring. One of the upgrade paths lets you rework the Weapon/Armor Crafting to produce an item of a specific type (gun, sword, armor, etc) with specific enchantments (melee-focused, ranged-focused, ect). Something that was sorely missed in Diablo 3 when RNG showed its ugly face.
For a $13 ARPG, this game apes Diablo 3 and Torchlight 2 very nicely. I've been playing it for about 4 hours (just past ACT 1), and I'm finding it quite enjoyable. The voice acting is surprisingly well done, the graphics are nice (and grim), and the story is interesting (if not a little humorous here and there). Definitely scratching that ARPG itch with all the loot and the various stats and skills you can customize.
Came back to mention the game also enjoys throwing large amounts of enemies your way and is not shy to pour very powerful loot as well. The action gets to be quite enjoyable when you are ripping through 20+ guys with your sword or guns (along with your mouthy ghost companion).
I'm getting "Titan's Quest" vibes from the game... it's doing it's best to compete with Diablo's and Torchlight's and, again, for the price, it's doing a remarkable job.