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Is it just me, or is this the worst drought of good, new games ever?

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New Sub Makes all the Difference

Just bought a new sub for the soundsystem.  It's amazing how much detail was missing from my previous massively underpowered sub.  By setting the crossover higher, I am allowing the loudspeakers to produce frequencies well within their range, taking a huge amount of stress off the amp and letting them relax.


Trying to find a game for my wife...

In general, she likes games.  She's open-minded and has a few weeks off between classes.  She wants to try to "learn" a game to see what all the fuss is about.  I've run her through the main genres (FPS, RTS, RPG, etc)  with the triple-A titles that are good examples of the style.  She seems to like a good story, RPG elements, 3rd person perspectives, and a fair amount of gunplay / puzzle solving.   She doesn't want to try a game that is needlessly complicated or has a very high learning curve.  No real bars to entry, just something that is intuitive, fun, yet challenges (you know, the perfect game).
I'm thinking Mass Effect 2 (slight RPG, good shooting, 3rd person) or Heavy Rain (very story-driven, good character building, and interesting control scheme). 
Any thoughts? 


Trying to contribute...

I am in the process of figuring out how to contribute to the Bomb.  I love the idea of collaborative content creation, but I never contribute to it.  I'm trying to change that...