Considering picking up a copy of UFC Undisputed 3 for the PS3, but hear that the online codes don't work anymore, the servers may be taken down soon, and that the dlcs have been pulled from the stores.
Despite all this, is it still worth giving this game a play-through with just the offline portion?
Mirror's Edge (loved the environment and art style, let alone the parkour)
Grim Fandango (one of the best all time point and click adventure games - features loveable characters and brilliant voice acting)
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (also one of the best all time point and click adventure games - it's Indy!)
NBA 2K11 (it brought me back into the sport of basketball, which I stopped watching a long time ago)
Fight Night Champion (pretty good storyline - love the boxing mechanics - timing is everything! Also like legacy mode - you can even put your face on your boxer's face!)
Tomb Raider (the new one - just everything about this game is awesome... atmosphere, animations, gameplay... it's a great origin story)
Dirt 3 (I haven't played the other games in the series, but I like this one! I especially like watching my replays after a run - makes me want to watch more WRC)
Alpha Protocol (Underrated RPG-action game! Played through it about 2-3 times now, thinking of doing another run! Really hits the nail on the head [as far as I know] as to what it's like to be a spy.)
Marvel Ultimate Alliance (very fun beat-em up featuring some of my favourite comic book characters! There are mods out there too to add in even more! It's just a shame there isn't a way to put in new campaigns)
Star Wars Galaxies (before the devs screwed it up! - It was one of the best MMO's out there - open world, crafting, faction battling, commerce... it was fun being a part of the major pvp players on my server - always felt like you were part of something big. I also liked playing a spy/informant when that rolled around into the game engine... didn't like everything else they did to it though)
Thanks for the giveaway! The order I'd like to enter is:
I, too, was immersed into Heavy Rain's story. The story surrounding the loss of loved ones got to me, to be specific. Quantic Dream really knows how to make some cinematic games - I was pretty invested in all their characters, especially Shelby.
I have seen some gameplay of The Walking Dead as well, and can already tell that game's story will move me to tears :(.