Games I need to get
In no particular order.
In no particular order.
Just seems like it would put me even more into the Halloween mood. Trick-or-treating and giant costume/monster battles?! Sign me up.
From the over the top action to the easy to learn controls, and just overall badassery, this game definitely makes my list.
The first one is my favorite survival-horror games ever made. Can't wait to see what the sequel's going to be like.
I never made it very far into Fallout 3 because of just how big the game was, but I'm more interested in this title after reading about it in-depth.
Atlus is gold in my book and if this game's story is ANYWHERE near as engaging as the Persona stories, I'll be more than happy.
It's only a matter of time before this gets a US release date. The Disgaea series is my favorite SRPG series for it's quirky humor and over-the-top attacks.
I've never played the Sly games, but you don't have to entice me with anything more than three games updated with HD graphics and trophies for a bargain price to make me wanna give it a shot.
Everything about this game looks awesome. If it's marketed correctly, this could be a best-selling game. Ever since I saw the premier for this on the Spike TV VGA's, I've been more and more blown away by Brink.
Two very highly acclaimed games coming together for a bargain price and with updated graphics and trophies.
The first inFamous may just be my favorite sandbox game to date. inFamous 2 shows great promise with new abilities, deeper melee combat, and a compelling story.
The multiplayer from Killzone 2 was incredible. From what I've seen from Killzone 3's multiplayer, it looks to be even better.
I was never really excited about FFXIII. This is the one that had me the most excited.
When this game is finally released, I have no doubt that this will be the best simulation racing game there is on the market. I could spend hours tweaking my car's performance to get it just right.
Being a die-hard fan of the first game, the more mature theme and more violent moves in SWFU 2 bring me in for a second helping.
Batman Arkham Asylum was a very pleasant surprise for me. Even if this is more of the same, I'm definitely game.
I'm glad the original Bioshock team is back at the helm. This game looks just as spectacular as the first entry in the series.
Not really a fan of the first one, but integrating two-player coop looks to add quite the challenge in how you take on a level. Looks like a fun and rewarding coop experience.
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