So far into this one I am ashamed that I have not finished it. I love this game a lot too. I have always had an odd fascination with the Four Horseman, dabbling in writing about them.. need to finish this.
2. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots
Yep, never finished it. Actually, barely started it. I will one day find myself sunk into this one with no escape, but for now it stands on the shelf waiting, ready to strike.
3. Dragon Age: Origins
Okay, I can at least say that I am more than twenty hours into this one and currently off and on playing it. I get lost in conversations with party members and find myself two hours later wondering if I actually accomplished anything.
4. Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening
This one is of course dependent upon my completing the main game, which will happen, in two or three hundred hours worth of play.
Like Darksiders, so close yet so far away. I found myself deep into the story and other things pulled me away. I almost feel like I should do the game justice and start from the beginning again.
6. Forza Motorsport 3
No matter what your criteria for finishing a game of such depth like this is, I have failed. I have a lousy handful of hours logged into this fantastic racer.
7. PixelJunk Shooter
A small game, that I loved, but again fell victim to an onslaught of other games. I really should take the few hours one of these weekends and just blast through the thing. OCD prevents me from missing a single survivor.
You read that right. BioShock. Not BioShock 2, just BioShock. I have no idea what made me quit playing this game, but for all that it was raved about (and still is) I never quite made it to the end. Every time I boot it up and try to get determined with it, I find myself so lost that I just give up.
I believe I made it to level twenty-five before moving on. I really liked this game, but the single-player was no fun for me and not enough people I knew were playing. Pubbing it does not appeal. One day I will gather people and destroy this one.
10. Army of Two: The 40th Day
This one I feel the least bad about. I like this series, but something about it just feels weird. I really enjoyed the first one playing it co-op, and I have not had the chance to do that with the sequel yet. Might just have to fight through it on my own I suppose.