@hippocrit: Both these. Mass Effect 1 insanity sucks, but more from it is boring as hell than actually challenging. Completing all Dragon Age 2 and Alpha Protocol achievements wasn't particularly fun. Mass Effect 3 on Insanity was really quite easy.
I had some problems with Lost, but it is will always be the first serialized show I watched from beginning to end. I remember after the first season of Heroes people thought it was better than Lost. Then season 2 of Heroes ended. (Which was terrible.) Lost followed up with season 4, with is one of my favorite seasons of television ever. (With Season 3 of Avatar The Last Airbender, Season 2 of Justified, and Season 4 of The Simpsons.)
I guess what I'm trying to say is I'll take "The Constant" over "Company Man" any day.
Heroes lives: NBC helped kickstart the superhero TV trend in 2006 with Heroes, an X-Men-ish action-drama about a group of people with superhuman powers. Now the network is bringing back the show for a 13-episode event series to air in 2015. Original series creator Tim Kring is on board to run the show. Titled Heroes Reborn, the project is billed as a stand-alone story; the characters have not yet been announced.
My question, of course, is why.
Concerns? Thoughts? Is anyone looking forward to this?