Like others have said, I'll play through the game twice, the first time through as good karma, then the second as evil.
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I very much enjoyed my time with Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age II, but it could be because I waited almost a year after release for the former, and about three for the latter so I might have set my expectations a little bit lower than others who were disappointed when the games first released.
Somewhat related, but I know a lot of my friends wanted nothing to do with Viewtiful Joe when it first came out because "that guy looks like a Power Ranger hurhur," and I may have felt the same way (we were 14 and "too cool" for things like that) until I played a demo for it and fell in love with it. Pre-ordered it as soon as I could after that and it became an instant classic once I had it.
Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix, specifically Kingdom Hearts Final Mix HD. Decided to farm all the synthesis materials I would need to create everything in the shop, to the point that I refrained from actually "beating" the game until I did so (minus Sephiroth, went to bed at about three in the morning and beat him when I woke up)
I'm usually in bed by 11 or twelve, up until my overnight job started at least. I also noticed a habit, it seems I only stay up later than usual playing a game when I know I'm really close to beating it, so I fight through mild tiredness and finish the game before turning in for the night.
Pretty good. I'm a bit disappointed when they happen, but I usually just start the game right back up until it happens again (which more often than not, it doesn't). Sometimes though, it depends on the game and what time it is. If I'm not really enjoying myself at the time or if it's getting late, I just take it as a sign that I should probably give it a rest for a while.
Offended? No. Even disturbed might be too strong a word, but there have been times where something was a bit off-putting and I felt like I needed to take a break for a moment and clear my thoughts a bit before continuing.
I already have Warhawk from when the new game came out a couple of years ago. So here you go:
EDIT: I probably won't be playing Blacklight: Retribution anymore either, so here's 500 Zcoins for you too:
The French Terror would make a FANTASTIC setting for an AC game. If you want a list of Templar agents to kill.....you cannot get a better list of targets than Robespierre's Committee of Public Safety. They basically invented the modern totalitarian state and butchered thousands deemed "enemies of the revolution".
Robespierre has to be the main villain. He fits the profile for a Templar Grand Master perfectly.
Just finished a class on the French Revolution a few months ago and these were my thoughts exactly.