Interesting. It's been a lot longer since I attempted to keep a blog going than I thought.
Games, huh. Watching both Metal Gear Scanlon's lit a fire inside me. A few weeks ago, I seemed to be disgusted by Destiny. I put over 90 hours into that game and it feels like for nothing. My friends completed the raid without me, I wasted what seems like an entire week of my life leveling up in the Iron Banner. I'll go into more detail on Destiny later. Back to Metal Gear; So I have a stack of PS4 and a less than month old stack of Xbox One games to play, but I found myself jonesing to play Metal Gear Solid 4. Maybe 6 months ago I got most of the way through Snake Eater (I think I'll go back and finish that at some point); I believe I was up to The End's fight (which funny enough means I probably don't have to do anything now). I'm really rambling here...I'm in the middle of Act IV on MGS4, back on Shadow Moses. This game is just...great and fun! It's not quite as crazy as MGS2, but definitely more confusing.
I'll probably finish it by next week and plan to put some thoughts together on MGS and what I'm going to play next.
This is clearly a bunch of jumbled thoughts, but hopefully it turns into something more structured. Until then.
So after finishing Dragon Age Origins right as school started, I managed to make it through Mass Effect and got about 10 hours into Mass Effect 2 before I became way too involved in school work and other things. I do have some free time, but I have actually been watching some anime in that free time instead of playing games.
This weekend I intend to put something up here. Either one of my random though blog's I've been planning or possibly my reaction's to Dragon Age or the original Mass Effect. I also have to finish up my Collection List on here.
Maybe I can get in a little more General Knoxx Borderlands before bed.
So I received my copy of Killzone 2 today via GameFly. I pop it in and jump into some multiplayer. The game looks great, I'm digging the changing match types and 16 vs 16. My only problem (and it is a big one) is the controls. Now I'm used to playing FPSs on Xbox 360 so already I wasn't feeling comfortable with playing one on my PS3. I tried most of the controller setups. I think I went with Alternate 1, which puts aim on L1 and melee on R3. I really wanted a Call of Duty setup, which would have put melee on circle and crouch on R3.
Anyways, I played for a few hours, ranked up a little. Keep saying to myself, I wish this played more like Call of Duty and I wish I was using my 360 controller. So I took the game out, put in World at War and had fun.
I'll give it another try. I guess I just need to get used to the controls. I'll probably just stick to FPSs on 360 though, the Dualshock 3 just isn't to my liking for a shooter.