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Bought it because it was half off, played it for a bit, then got totally stuck. ;__; But I will persevere!
So desperate for a tower defense game, I decided to try this. It was alright, but not exactly what I wanted, and it does a few things that I don't want tower defense games to do, and some things I wish were in other tower defense games.
One of those late night DSi purchases, but this is a pretty cool $2 puzzle game.
Free DSiWare, that was sort of interesting for like ten minutes.
Really neat dual-stick shooter. I really don't know how else to describe it. You gain new powers, and level up those powers by finding the same power up, and there is a sort regular fire, and a charge fire. Really cool indie game.
A user on the forums posted that they made this game--I tried the demo and thought it was pretty good, and bought it for a dollar.
After watching the Quick Look, I knew I had to try this game. I couldn't tell much of what was going on during that video, but it looked interesting. After downloading and playing the demo I thought it was a cool game. I glanced at the achievements, to attempt to gauge the "achieveability," and guessed them to be fairly easy. After getting the full version, I had all the achievements in just a few hours, and this has quickly become one of my favorite downloadable titles, for some arcadey fun.
This game was pretty cool, though I was disappointed at how difficult it was to be stealthy at some parts, and how they took away key mechanics at the end, and didn't allow you to use some of those skills you had developed. Overall I had a lot of fun with it though.
Lies pushed me (and a couple others) to buy this, but I had been wanting it for a while anyway. And even though he wanted us all to buy it so we would have a team of four, he's been the one who has been the biggest pain to get online. -.- But we've had plenty of fun without him. =p
I've been wanting to actually purchase this game for a while, as I never finished the campaign when I borrowed it from my friend originally. I still haven't though, because you can't be in party chat, and still give voice commands, and I'm almost always in party chat. =/ I'll get to it....
I really didn't know what to expect from this game, but it's actually a really unique and fun game. It's mix of tower defense, and shooter is awesome, and it can get really difficult. Being able to hop into an airplane or tank is awesome. I hear a whole second campaign opens up once I finish the first, so I'm excited to do that.
I got this game for a $5 delivery fee, with my Darksiders code. I haven't played a whole lot, but this game is really good. It's hard for me to play it for more than an hour or so though. Not very far into it either, but I definitely want to play more.
Oh man I bought another Pokémon game! I've played a good amount, and even EV trained this time around. I'm going attempt to IV and EV train at least one Pokémon as well. Might try and capture all the Pokémon I can in this game too. I've never tried to perfect a Pokémon game, but I think I'll do a bit more than I have before.
This game is pretty good. I like how similar all of the God of War games are, in that I can press the same button combos and get the same results. It's nice that I can always go into one, and be competent in combat. The scale of this game is pretty amazing, and it has been very fun to play. Still not at the end, but I am going to finish it.
Bought this game before I was going to bed one night, because I was craving to play some sudoku, but I don't think this was the better of the sudoku games. There are a lot of puzzles, but it doesn't have much... flavor? I dunno, I feel like I could have bought a sudoku book--disappointing.
I was originally more excited about this games single player, than its multiplayer--but the single player was really disappointing. The multiplayer was pretty fun, but I'm not really into play much of it. It seems like the games leveling system is a little unbalanced, but it can be fun if you play with a group. The only purchase that I felt very shakey on buying, and I guess that was a the right feeling. =/
Bought basically because Lies made me... Was pretty good I guess, I'm not very good at competitive Halo though. Kind of always late to the game. Oh well, I really enjoyed the campaign though.
I wanted another tower defense game, and I only sort of got it with Starship Defense. It's a unique take on a tower defense game, but I don't really care for it.
Had to pick this up so I knew what I was getting into with God of War III. Great thing is, many of the combos continue through all three games, which is nice. That last level in God of War pissed me off so much though. Stupid spiked pillars...
Darksiders is really good and fun. I still have yet to finish it, but I still plan to. Really interesting game, the story is surprisingly grabbing to me. Well, I guess it's Four Horsemen idea that intrigues me.
One of my favorite games so far this year (2010). I really liked it, and the story kind of, threw me off, and really made me feel for the Darwinians by the end of it. I don't know how to explain it... but this game has secured a place as one of my favorite games of all time.
This is a really good tower defense game, picked it up on my DSi. It can be pretty brutal though. Fun to jump into every once in a while though.
Bought because it was for charity, I'm actually really bad at this game. I don't quite understand what I'm supposed to do... But I got 50G for downloading it, and charity, so it's all good.
Really great sequel. Wish there were still a bunch of weapons though... Or at least more than there were. Otherwise it was an awesome game.
I wanted another cool Art Style game after PictoBits, but once I had bought this one, I remembered playing it on my friends DSi and not really liking it. Meh. It's alright.
This game is amazing but it's also brutal. I haven't beaten a single dark world yet, and am stuck on like level 10. It's a really good game, but it's so hard... ;__;
Bought it while listening to that Bombcast once Brade gave it an A-OK. I played a bit of it. I'm definitely not going for those medals, but other than that it's a fun little game to jump into in short bursts.
I actually haven't played this yet, though I've had it for a little while now.
GOTY edition and I love it. Played through most of the DLC, and I've enjoyed it for the most part. So much more fun to be had in this world.
Bought this because I had a free game on WiiWare from buying that browser, so I thought I'd try it out. It was like 2 or 3 'o clock in the morning. Obviously a bad move, because I can barely beat one level. ;__;
I remember first playing this game on my friends PSO and we stayed up all night while he tried to help me understand it. He soon afterward moved away and I was never able to even finish the first disc! Glad I'll finally have that chance.
Didn't expect much, but this game has quickly become one of my favorite games.
More Peggle. Makes me remember that Peggle was only released in March of THIS YEAR. Ahhhh so good. Fun to jump into every once in a while.
Much improved from AC1. Really love it, and will hopefully finish it soon...
I've only played part of the first mission. Strange to play after CoD4 and MW2. But I'll probably get through it eventually. I dunno. Just weird to play.
Love the game. Not a ton to say that hasn't already been said. Love it.
Remembered the GB Quick Look when I saw this game in the PSN store, re-watched most of it and decided to download it. It's a really cool take on the brick breaker style gameplay.
Got excited for this game once I got a PS3 and heard it was coming out soon. It's a really neat game, very pretty too. I'm finding it hard to get used to the controls, but I haven't played a lot of it yet. I really enjoy the humor of the game, and it's sort of story book style.
Another awesome game, as I write this, I have the urge to get a little bit of it in before school.... The shooting feels good, and allocating them points is fun. Though I wish you started with your ability, and gained points every time you leveled up, and didn't have to wait, but you get it soon enough.
Another dual stick shooter, but it's pretty fun because of the power ups and skills you have. Only a few bucks.
Awesome XBL indie game for only a dollar. Only thing it's missing is some sort of points system, but it's very forgiving, creative, and fun.
Really fun, bu really hard game. Best played on Easy, and even then the game can be sort of cheap and tough. I like the gameplay, it's a sort of RTS and I've played something similar online. Whatever, it looks really good and plays pretty well.
Been debating on downloading this for a while now, and finally decided just to do it. It's a really fun tower defense game with some really unique mechanics that every TD game should implement. I'm glad I spent the $10.
I bought Noby Noby Boy on a whim, since I had a lot of money in my PSN wallet, and it was only $5. It's fun, but man there are some dudes who have stretched a lot. It's a really cool novelty game, but after about 45 minutes I was done. Maybe go back to it again sometime, but doubt anytime soon.
DISGAEA! Was so excited for this game, and I'm so glad to have it. I've been playing it a few missions at a time in between Demon Souls, and it's of course awesome. Only problem is that it's my first time through so I'm reading/listening to all the story stuff, which makes two or three missions/levels last way longer. But it's alright. Sort of hard to start back at level 0001 when I have some 9999's on my DS though...
After all the reviews and raving, I decided I would order and play Demon Souls. I really like it. It's a bunch of fun, and very rewarding when you win a losing battle, or beat a boss alone. It does have a few problems, but overall; excellent. I really just want to play more of it.
Found it for $20 and I just couldn't resist. I tried playing it and found myself really tense and constantly on edge. Creepiest moment was when I approached a door and saw a shadow of a monster dude walk by, and I turned around and there was nothing. ;___; WAY CREEPY. I turned it off shortly afterwards, but it's fun. Just play during day next time. >__>;;;
Bought it to finally try the game I've heard so many people talk about, well, at least start here. I haven't beat the first mission yet, but I will! I did spend like an hour on the first area though...
Very pretty game first off. I played a few levels when I bought it, and I really like it. It's seems like a fun game to just pop in and out of.
I've wanted this game for a long time, ever since I hear Vyse, Aika, and Fina were in it, from Skies of Arcadia. Plus it's a strategy RPG, which I love. I like this game a ton, and apparently I'm only getting low ranks because I'm taking my time with the levels. I'll probably play through again once I beat it, just to S rank the missions. It also makes me want to watch and read all the little information about the characters and weapons. There's a ton of extra content there for those who want it.
I never played FFVII, because I never owned a PlayStation before, but now that I do, I had to go and download it. I gotta say, for an older game, it holds up fairly well. I've enjoyed the little time I've spent with it so far, and I can understand the appeal. I really wanna actually play all the way through though.
I really like tower defense games, and this is no exception. It's really tough too, which was sort of unexpected, I really have to try and think hard to beat even some of the earlier levels. I wish I got a few extra moments at the beginning to set up, but otherwise I like it. It's just kicking me a ton.
I always heard about how you have to play Uncharted when you get a PS3, so I picked it up when I bought one on 9/28/09. It's a fun and cool game, except when the enemies take like a billion bullets. I'm not done yet, but I'll probably finish it up before I purchase the sequel.
Picked this up with ODST for $15. I just sort of wanna finish it. Though I remember it being extremely cheap sometimes.... Oh well, I'll suffer through those parts, because there is point allocation, and force lightning.
I really liked the campaign, and it had me constantly wondering what was next in the story. I REALLY enjoyed the music, something I don't usually notice or pay attention to in games, but it very much stood out to me.
And of course FireFight is a bunch of tough fun too.
I thought I had purchased this game some weeks back when I noticed it on the "Indie Games" section of the marketplace, but I guess it was just the demo when I went to play it again.
Oh well, it's a pretty cool game for a dollar, that song made me laugh a bunch when I first heard it.
Saw a new copy for $20 and so I decided to pick it up. I played the demo recently and really liked it, it's a lot of fun and I might even try the online...
Finally found a copy of this, I mainly wanted it because I loved StarFox 64 so much, and I even enjoyed Adventures to a point. Pretty much just wanted it for my Collection.... But it's actually pretty fun.
Picked it up first thing in the morning and I'm really enjoying it. I find that my mind is not the best at thinking of different things, there are just so many things in the game, hard to let my mind just wander. But still really fun.
Saw it for $10 so I decided to try it out. Fun but tough.
Really fun $5 game, I just need someone to play co-op with for achievements.
Finally got around to picking this up. Too bad I can only play it on one of my TV's right now, it's terrible to play on my SDTV, but it's really fun on the 42 inch.
Been waiting to pick this up for a while, never thought I'd really get into Halo though. Been having a lot of fund with it.
Stayed up late to get this, and after a bunch of trouble, I finally did. Really awesome game, definitely gonna play through a few more times.
Pretty awesome game, sploding everywhere!
Cool game, never played a DQ game before, so that was new. Need to finish it, I'm really enjoying it.
I got this from a friend... sort of. I borrowed and lost touch with the dudes I borrowed it from. Wish I could see them again... anyway, I played a bit of it, but Metroid games don't seem to like me very much. Whatever, I really want to like it....
Interesting game, but I got kind of annoyed with the whole, "kill your dudes in order to beat the level," mechanic, and I can't find a way to beat the levels without using that mechanic. Maybe there's a way, but I haven't found it.....
Have this game for my Mac, lots of fun to play. I just like force lightning people. >=]
Cool game, I wish I didn't have to control everything with the stylus, but whatever, once you get used it, it's not so bad. Hate having to go back to Temple place all the time though....
It's Wii Sports. Not much to say....
I picked this up for the controller, and the tank game. Cool game if you think about it as a $40 controller that comes with a $10 game. Tanks is fun.... =p
I don't really like this game as much as others seem to, but it is fun.
First real game I played on my Wii, it was a lot of fun, got right up to the end and stopped. The wolf mechanic was cool, I enjoyed being the wolf. And gathering those techniques, I used a couple of them a lot, really useful.
This game makes me wanna jump. Makes me see buildings as a bunch of stepping stones. I picked this up on Amazon for really cheap, played through it in a few days. Really fun game. Totally saw the ending coming though. =P
Was worried that I wouldn't like this, but now that I have it, I really like it. Not that it's news that it's a good game, but I really like it.
What a strange game... >__> but it's fun. Took me a while to get into it, he battle system is a little weird, like the whole game. It has an interesting story though, a pretty good RPG.
The best Street game, IMO. I don't really like basketball games, but I love this one. Played a lot of it, the Gamecube version. Kinda wanna play some now.......
I think this was the second Harvest Moon game I played... I think I got it as another game for my mom to play with me. It's a fun game, but I don't remember too much about it. Constantly confusing it with the other HM for the Gamecube......
My mom and I played waaaaay too much of this game. I have many fond memories of my coming home from elementary school to her playing it in the living room, telling me about what she found that day, and that there gifts outside my home. We both played for a little over a full year, there for every holiday, gathering everything we could. Lot of great memories.....
I LOVE this game. I don't really know what to say about it, it's just one of my all time favorites, and probably the best JRPG on the Gamecube.
Two dollars for a fun little game. Easy to pick up and play anything you have a few minutes. The second mode that is unlocked is even better than the first IMO, but, it's also sort of easier. It's just more fun.....
Meh. After getting Dual Strike, this game was just...meh. I love my SRPG's and Advance Wars but this was just... Well, it strayed a bit. It's a post apocalyptic game, but not in the same world as the other Advance Wars games. I figure that they just wanted to make a post apocalyptic Advance Wars game, but didn't want to kill off the characters from the previous games. It did add some cool things, like being able to put a CO in a unit, making it basically a hero unit. But then they got rid of my beloved ranking system. Not too many new War Room maps either if if I recall correctly. Not much re-playability period really.... I dunno... It would be an awesome game without the Advance Wars name attached to it, but since it's there, just a decent AW game.
This game just just hard. I'm not too great at puzzle games, as I usually play games for the action, and don't really like having to do things over and over until I get them right. It's a really cool DSi Ware game, but it's just difficult. Makes me cry like N . But you do feel really when you finally get through a level.
Harvest Moon games are fun. I enjoy getting a better and better farm, but it's hard to go back to a file after a couple weeks or a month. I always get stuck thinking, "What was I doing?" trying to get back into the habits that I created is difficult. But that's only if I stop playing it everyday. Which eventually happens, because it's a long game. But hey, it's fun building up your farm from scratch.
I've never been good at Metroid games, I don't know what it is, I just don't think they like me. I have this on Virtual Console though, I thought maybe if I played the original I would have a better idea of the series. There were just so many doors though, totally confused me, and I don't think I like Metroid in 2D... I had a problem with Fusion too. Prime was cool, from what I played of it, it was just sort of dark......
I was never much of a Mario fan, the jumping around never really appealed to me. But I loved 64. Too bad it doesn't hold up well... I remember struggling with the camera when I was younger, but now it feels especially bad. It's the main reason I can't play it very well now. The remake for the DS is said to have fixed these problems, maybe I'll pick that up, if for no other reason but as an attempt to preserve my nostalgia for the game.
One of my all time favorite games, I played this game every day once I got it for my N64, beat it's small campaign a few times a day. Got so pro at it that I could go around the left side every time, which is the hardest side IMO. I re-purchased it right when it came to Virtual Console. Games kinda hard now, but I guess I just need some practice, the aiming is really sensitive and terrible. It's not so much that aiming has gotten better, I think it was just always terrible... Awesome game though...
Looked kinda cool, so I picked it up on the Virtual Console, played a bit of it, game was killing me. I found the controls sort of difficult, but I like it. Thing is, feels like I should have someone else playing with me, but it's only local co-op, so, that kinda sucks. Not that I expected online co-op of course, just saying... But I heard it's on or coming to XBL Marketplace, and if that has online co-op, I might pick it up there too.
Bought this when I got Eternal Sonata, dude at Game Crazy was like, in love with it. Didn't like it at first, but it's really fun once you get past the first couple areas.
At first this game was really tough, and I think Namco did that to make people buy those stupid Level Up DLC packs, but once you get past that, it's a really good game. I found it harder than ToS, but enjoyed the story and gameplay overall.
Doesn't seem to work great on my 360, but it's cool nonetheless. Once I get a PC, I want to get these games again, play then how they were meant to be played.
Got this for my 360 when I first bought it, still haven't finished it, but it's a lot of fun. Apparently you have to play through twice to get all the Achievements, one of those things you sort of need a guide for. I plan on buying it eventually, so I get get everything. <3 Namco.
Games OK, fun when you're assassinating dudes, but otherwise, it's just OK. I enjoy the story though, the secrecy of it all.
Long awaited sequel to one of my favorite series, it's different than the others, obviously but still really fun. Can really get lost building things, and just flying around.
At first I didn't really think much of this game, but in the end I really loved it, played through a few times, and still plan on playing more.
First shooter I really really enjoyed since Goldeneye, one of my all time favorites, absolutely love CoD4.
I've never really been a fan of racing games, but I love this one. Ton of fun and great style.
I seem to be terrible at this game. But it is fun, especially when you play with others.
Loved this game as a child, so I re-purchased it on the XBL Marketplace. I feel that it still holds up fairly well.
I bought this when it was half off in the XBL Marketplace. Pretty good deal, fun to just jump around and destroy with the pistol and assault rifle. Too bad I was talking to a friend over Skype one day, and she was talking about Twilight, and now I can't think about the first Halo without being reminded of Twilight..... =/.... Maybe someday I'll just power through it...
Who doesn't love Peggle? It's a fun way to pass the time, but I don't think I'm too great at it. Don't really think about my shots, just kinda quick look and fire.... Whatever, it's fun nonetheless, while still being hard.
Jeez this game destroys me, so mean. Makes me want to cry but I love it.
Really enjoyed the original two Advance Wars on the GBA, and I really, really loved this iteration. A lot of replayability, and good times to be had. The ranking system was different and really cool to use.
I have this game for my DS, never played the original. It's a fun game, I still need to beat it. I got up to the final boss's final form, and got destroyed, so, need to grind a bit. But I really liked Chrono Trigger.....
You know, I got to the end of this game twice. I got to the entrance to the last area and final boss, saved and stopped for the day. Once I started the next area, I knew I wouldn't be able to stop til I finished, which would be a couple hours later.
Come back the next day to a corrupted file. I put it down for a bit, obviously upset. Come back some months down the line, and start over. Get right up to the same point, stop, and save. Come back later to a corrupted file. I promptly sell the game that I still loved so much out of anger.
Years later, I buy it back, and well, it doesn't exactly hold up fully, but it's playable and still fun. Beat the ice level, and stopped. Really need to finish it before my file corrupts again.
But wow, I love this game, one of my favorites of all time.
Used to play this all the time. I never really thought about how long I had been playing it til Brawl came out. Seven years. Seven years this was one of the most fun fighting games.... I was never a big fan of fighting games, and this isn't exactly the best one to truly test fighting skill, but nevertheless, it was really fun to play.
This actually gives you a workout, but it's sort of annoying, and the lunges are hard, you have to be very precise. >___> Sucks when you're doing the exercise and the game doesn't know it....
Guess this was missing from my list... But whatever, I really liked this game. Played it a bunch when it first came out.
Sequel to Path of Radiance, the tenth FE did some interesting and annoying things. For one, making you split continuously change which side you were fighting for, it was just annoying to fight the characters that you just got finished training and giving good weapons.
But overall I liked it.
A lot of FE games hate on this game too, mainly because of the protagonist. I'm not really picky when it comes to this generally. Some people..... Anyway, I really like this game, it didn't really need to be on console, but whatever, it wasn't bad that it was. Introduced things that FE 7 and FE 8 didn't have, like forging items....
A lot of people hate on this game, but I really like it. It's not particularly hard, but it's fun. You can really train a lot of characters, and use them all. Unlike in other FE games where I have to choose wisely who I want to train, and really get invested in those characters.
With Sacred Stones, I could train a character up, and choose from there. But, sort of ruins some of the difficulty that the other games bring since you can just grind. But, you don't have to grind, so, whatever.
Anyway, fun game.
I don't remember how I got this, but I have the guide too.... Really cool to have the original Legend of Zelda, Zelda II, Ocarina of Time, and Majora's Mask all on one disc.
Love this game, but who doesn't? I think I beat it once on the GBA, but never finished it my DS, which is the version I currently own.
Pretty good FF game. I've never beaten it, but I've got to the same temple twice now, only to get my butt kicked, tired of training. But still, pretty good game.
The follow up to one of my favorite games of all time, I played a good 150 hours of it during 2008, when it dropped in the summer. Story is pretty terrible, but the gameplay is solid and fun.
I've purchased this game at least four times. I regret ever selling it in the first place, but then to buy and sell it again, three times? Ridiculous, but this latest time, I'm holding onto it. Probably the first game that I spent over 500 hours with. Really love this game.
My introduction to the world of Fire Emblem, unless you call unlocking Marth and Roy in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
I remember when I first got this game too, it was Christmas Eve, I guess of 2003, when the game come out in the US. I was visiting my local Game Crazy, like I often did, and talking to Karen, an employee who also enjoyed GBA games. After staring at all the games for a little while, I finally put my hands on the game, and after being very confused for about 3-4 minutes about Seizing the house in the Prologue, and moving onto finishing the second level, I was in love.
I came back later that night and my mom bought it for me.... Probably played a good 150-200 hours of that game altogether, at least....
A decent Fire Emblem game, my least favorite, but good for those who have never played a Fire Emblem before.
Great tower defense game for the DS. Awesome script and gameplay.
As most people know, I've played a good deal of this game, and it's one of my all time favorites.
Love this game, very fun to toss your little dude around.
Interesting game, but haven't played much of it. Sort of annoyed me with all the micro transactions....
Fun, mindless fun.
Lot of good times with this game. Christmas Eve 2008 was great, played for like 18 hours straight....
SNES version, from Virtual Console. Loved it on the GBA.
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