I've been doing Veteran runs of the Call of Duty games recently and Mile High Club on Veteran is nuts, so much memorization and exact timing is needed to get through it, if you get caught up on a single thing for a second you are screwed. I am not good at rushing in that game.
I'm going to have to go back and watch some Breaking Brad for moral support.
Yup. I did it back in '07 and it's still ingrained into me. I recently went back to it out of curiosity and after a couple tries I was still able to pull it off. Once you do it, you'll never not be able to. Keep at it! It's satisfying as hell.
I have an unopened copy of Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii. I was swept into the hype of this game a few years ago and bought it on a whim. However, school and work kept me very busy and I eventually forgot about it over time.
Now the value of this game has skyrocketed. I don't intend on selling it, but cracking open something I know is worth upwards of 100 dollars is something that doesn't come easy.
When the 3ds version was announced I was a little excited. Although I don't have a new 3ds yet, I know I'll buy one in the near future. But early impressions of the game seem to state that the Wii version is the definitive way to play.
So what to do? Buy the same game again or open this valuable original?
I felt this way about the Alpha, the Beta, and even the final release. It feels isolating if you don't have a group of friends to play with. I spent most my time doing strike missions since they actually have matchmaking. Sadly, the story missions do not.