CollectionEvery single game that I currently own:
(The ones I've bought most recently are at the top of the list.)
Great expansion so far. Best new races and staring zones. Best new zones too. Not sure about the end-game content yet though.
Best Assassin's Creed yet!
This game is pretty good. Lot's of cool combo weapons and multiplayer is a nice touch. It's a bummer that they haven't addressed any of the problems that the first game had. But if they did it wouldn't have been Dead Rising. It would have been a much better game, but it wouldn't have been the Dead Rising I know and love.
This game is godlike.
The campaign is great, it fills in the Reach story very well. It manages to have the epic feel of Halo 3 with the smaller squad feel of ODST. Also the ending is great, it's about 8-10 hours long if you're playing on heroic. Firefight is really improved. You can create loads of crazy custom game variants, it has matchmaking. Also there's a cool solo Score Attack mode. All the other modes from Halo's past are in there. Slayer, king of the hill, oddball, etc. However the really cool one that you should check out is Invasion. It's a new mode that pits 6 Spartans against 6 Elites. There's a couple different variations; a Team Slayer mode that lets you capture points to earn new weapons to help you kill your enemy. The best one is the regular Invasion mode. Elites have to assault the Spartan's base while the Spartans defend. There a 2 areas to capture, once you do that you have to capture the flag. It's neat because as you progress and capture points you earn new classes with better weapons and different powers. It's hard to do it justice just by talking about it, so go try it out yourself. Halo: Reach is probably the best Halo game out there.
Awesome prelude to Dead Rising 2. There are 9 combo weapons to find, 11 survivors to save, you can keep your PP and bring it into Dead Rising 2 with you, add it adds a nice little bit of back story to Chuck Green. At $5 it's a great deal. It took me about 2 hours to finish it. The I went back and played another 3 or 4 hours to get all the achievements. Buy this if you are excited for Dead Rising 2 or if you just want to try it out to see if it's your thing.
The best beat'em up I've played since Castle Crashers. It's not as good as Castle Crashers. It's got a cool 80's exploitation movie feel to it and the combat is pretty fun. It's quite mashy but you still have to pay attention; dodging guys when they charge you and pouncing on dudes with guns then sticking your chainsaw in their mouth.
I finally bought this after wanting to get it since it came out. Now I need to renew my gold subscription.
This game is alot of fun. Good use of loot and co-op puzzles. It's pretty lengthly and has a ton of replay value too.
My brother bought this and I've been playing it, it's pretty neat so far.
Cool game. Really neat puzzles and awesome visual style. It's definately worth buying. If I were to say that games are art Limbo would be my first example. It's really something else. The ending is great too. It's around 3-4 hours long but you'll want to play it again.
I haven't actually checked this out yet, I will update when i do.
Ah DeathSpank. 2 out of 5 stars. It's pretty funny around 35% of the time but it's just really loud and annoying most of the time. I fucking hate the main character DeathSpank. The loot is ok but it treats you like a baby, not letting you sell your best gear. i wanted to sell my current gloves to get enough money to buy a better pair but it wouldn't let me. The combat is completely average and the co-op isn't really co-op. Get this only if you... actually don't get this even if you love hack n slash RPGS. Buy Torchlight instead!!!
It's like the first but better.
I got all 5 chapters for just $11!!!! What a crazy deal.
I've been wanting to check this out for a long time. And for just 3 fucking dollars I could not help but buy it.
I love Risk. I have the Star Wars one, the classic one and the new 2008 one. But I gotta say Risk Factions is the best. You can play 4 player localy. It has online with all the bells and whistles like leaderboards and ranking. It's got a short (roughly 2 hours long) champaign. The champaign is great though because it introduces you to the factions and teaches you about risk. You can also play just classic Risk on the normal world map. And they remembered Newfoundland too! On the 2008 board they forgot to fucking draw it. The game has a bunch of other maps to so it's already a much better investment the the board game. Also it's 800 points which is way cheaper then buying the board game. If you like Risk or want to try it then buy this! It's the best Risk experience out there.
Got this for like $5 on Steam, it's crazy as shit. It has the best first person melee combat out there though. Definately worth checking out.
Got this on Steam for like $6. It's seems pretty cool so far.
Got Elder Scrolls III and all the expansions for just $5 on Steam.
The shooting isn't great. It's certainly playable but not up to par with ME2 or Splinter Cell. The game doesn't look horrible or anything, the visuals are good enough for me although there's a lot of screen tearing. It's a bummer you can't customize your dude more. I like the story and the RPG stuff. Choosing new skills and buying gun upgrades is fun. The choice system is cool in concept. It actually tells you what differences your choices made at the end of the mission. It's nice to see a direct result. The story is kinda neat if you like goofy spy crap like 24 but the dialog itself could certainly use improvment. The e-mail feature is really neat too but they are written really badly. I usually sneak up on the bad guys and karate chop them in the neck. And when that fails I run around beating them up or lining up shots behind cover with my pistol (which takes way longer then it should). However near the end of the game you are forced to play it like Gears of War. And the controls are no where near as good as an actual 3rd person shooter. It's such a piss off when your 5 feet away from a guy and Mike Thorten can't shoot him. You literaly need to stand still and aim for about 4 or 5 seconds and even then one shot probably won't be enough. So you have to wait again. He is a fucking agent trained in guns and I'm pretty sure I could shoot better. So it makes for an extremely frustrating giltch filled mess. If this game played better and had better dialog it would be way higher on the list. I like sneaking around even though it's not as good as a real stealth game, I like the choices even though the dialog can be very dumb sometimes, I even like the terrible email stuff that contains some of the worst jokes I've heard in my lifetime. I like this game even though it seems like it doesn't want me to. Sadly it misses it's true potential. But hey give it a rent and see for yourself, you might enjoy it. I know I did, at least untill the end anyway.
Very funny and charming puzzle/platformer. I love the old 50's silent movie style.
This game is still awesome.
Very fun puzzle game. You should buy this, it's only 6 bucks (400ms) and most of that money goes to charity. Great music too.
Really neat game, it's cool learning how the chains in each level work. The music is cool as well. It's simple and lots of fun.
Pretty solid side scrolling spaceship action here.
Pretty cool, the story is very interesting and the characters are great. Aside from the voice acting being a little bad here and there it's a quality game.
Awesome game. Best racing game I've played in years.
Pretty good, although the PC version sucks compared to consoles. What asshole thought that taking out the weapon/plasmid pause wheel just for the PC version was a good idea? I played the first one on Xbox and pausing to switch weapons is so much easier and better for strategizing. Not even half as good as the first.
Not entirely sure why I bought this, but it should keep me busy for awhile.
It was $2 so why the hell not.
It came with Freedom Force. What a deal.
Better than the first in every way.
Really neat game! It's not very often that games totally suck me in with their atmosphere but this game does a great job. It feels oddly nostalgic, playing it on an old ass TV in a small room in my basement with the lights turned down reminds me of a simpler time when games didn't need 1080p or have multiplayer to be fun. It reminds of when I was younger playing Ocarnia of Time on my N64 being afraid of those damn "redeads" or whatever they were called.
Bought this for PS3 on a whim. It's pretty good, cool story, fun combat, seems like a pretty long game too.
Amazing game! If you like turn based strategy games then you will love this! Not to mention the art style is awesome and the story is pretty good as well.
Got this for $2.50 on Steam.
Got this off steam for half price ($10), I couldn't refuse it any longer. Valve is too good at selling me things. When I booted up steam I heard the whisper of Torchlight in my hear, it said; "Hey check me out! We just released an update and you can buy me for half price, but it's only for this weekend so hurry!"
Awesome soundtrack! The games not half bad either.
Weird ass thing.
This game is a blast. It even has a really short but funny little tutorial / story mode. With like 8 maps and 4 game modes and a neat little arena mode this game is just right at $15.
I just adore the music and art style of this game. Great value for $10.
I love the H.P. Lovecraft mythology and this is an amazingly good video game adaption of the Innsmouth lore.
Fun game, great in short bursts.
Got this on Steam for $10, Butcher Bay is awesome so far.
Soo much better then L4D1. Melee weapons are way better then pistols. "Katana over here!"
Pretty funny little adventure game for $5.
Free adventure game that came with Time Gentlemen, Please! on Steam.
Only cost me $2! Sick deal!
Way better then the first!
Use your keyboard!
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