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#1 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

I love the brutal nature of the MPP. I hope they do all 10 as promised. I like seeing dreams die before me.

#2 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

I disagree with the sentiment that CoD has never tugged at our heartstrings. I think what happens to Gaz and Capt. Price at the end of CoD 4 is a really effective emotional moment.

#3 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -
#4 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

1. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
2. 2001: A Space Odyssey
3. Heat (1995)

#5 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

Are there any good adventure style games for PSN excluding Telltale's output?

#6 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

I was playing WWE 13 and I was wondering, what's the greatest wrestling game of all time? Is it a Fire Pro game? One of the WWE games? Or even that WCW/NWO game Alex did the video on? What do you duders think?

#7 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

Saints Row: The Third

#8 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

Unless someone else convinces me otherwise

#9 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

@Triumvir said:

Just Cause 2 is bombastic and crazy, but it's basically just a big sandbox with not a whole lot to do aside from doing outrageous stunts and blowing shit up. Granted, Just Cause 2 does those things spectacularly well, but you have to be totally on board with sandbox games --- the story and mission variety will not keep you interested if you're not. Personally, I lost interest 5-6 hours in. I've been hammering away at it off and on, and still haven't beaten it, six months after the fact. It makes a great first impression though.

Consider a PS+ account, if you want to check it out (like Catarrhal, I think it's free on there). You'll get that and a bunch of other games for free and some discounts etc.

There's something about Darksiders that grabbed me, though, and it didn't let go. I marathoned the campaign to 100% and then immediately started an NG+. If you asked me specifically what's so great about it, I couldn't give you a singular answer: it's one of those games that is greater than the sum of its lovingly stolen parts. Also, the sequel is out, so if you want more after playing you can just dive right into Darksiders II.

That's the one you want to pick up, unless you dislike awesome. Why do you hate awesome so much? Seriously.

Based on my preference for story this post has convinced me to get Darksiders.

#10 Posted by MeetThePyro (336 posts) -

@1DER: Nah PS3