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#1 Edited by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

Expect about $100 each for the 360 and PS3 if they're newer models and in good condition. I've never tried trading in a broken system so I have no idea if they will even accept that but if they do I would assume it would be at a greatly reduced price. As for the games it really depends on the game. You can get anywhere from literally 10 cents to $3 to $20 depending on the game. Just a rough estimate I would expect about $300 total store credit.

#2 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

For most games I'm only interested in seeing the story so I pick easy so I can see the story as quick as possible. It doesn't matter to me if it takes 5 shots or 10 shots to kill someone. Some examples of games like this are Mass Effect, Tomb Raider or Bioshock Infinite.

Occasionally if there's achievements involved I might up the difficulty, like in Halo you don't get a lot of the achievements unless you play on at least Normal.

And even more rarely if I really enjoy the combat I might play it on the hardest difficulty. I don't do this very often though. I did it for Dragon Age: Origins on PC.

If I want challenge I usually play a multiplayer game instead of playing Hard in single player games.

#3 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

So I've never been a fan of the fighting genre. I never enjoyed the crazy button combo's or just the gameplay in general. But recently I've really enjoyed Mortal Kombat 2011, Injustice Gods Among Us and Persona 4 Arena. I still disliked the gameplay as much as I always have but I was really surprised how well the story modes were made. I never realized that fighting games could have decent story modes before. I've dismissed a lot of games because they were fighters so my question is are there any other fighters with worthwhile story modes like those three I mentioned?

#4 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

It's a tough decision for me too. I really want to play both Uncharted 4 and Halo 5. But I'll have to choose one.

#5 Edited by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

Do you think Titanfall on 360 will be available on Games on Demand (download digitally) at launch?

#6 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

Yeah that's what I took away from it as well. Serena murdered him and that was his own corpse in the dresser. I think the women outside was Serena because she was talking about picking her wedding ring from the ashes after the fire. I guess throughout the game you were a ghost or in purgatory or something.

#7 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

@mcfart said:

Cool, getting it, but the puzzles better not be tuff.

i suck at puzzles :(

There really aren't any puzzles.

#8 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

@mcfart said:

Is it good? or are you a virus trying to virus my computer?

Oh yeah I'm totally a virus trying to virus your computer lol.

It's a official game on Steam I don't even think it's possible to get a virus from that?

Anyway I thought it was really good. You won't like it if you don't like games without gameplay like Gone Home and Dear Esther but if you don't mind games like that I think you would like it, very dark story though.

#9 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

So there's a game that came out on Steam a couple days ago called Serena. The game is free and only takes like 20 minutes to beat so I figured I would check it out. It's similar to Gone Home where you just explore a cabin walking around clicking on stuff and listening to dialogue. Only I thought the story was REALLY good, I still find myself thinking about the story and I played the game several days ago. I thought I would bring it up here because I've seen literally no discussion on the game whatsoever and it certainly deserves more than that.

And don't turn this into a discussion of if games like this are considered games or not, no one cares.

#10 Posted by S3v3nS1ns (46 posts) -

Spec Ops: The Line