Collection

This is my game collection. There are about 50-60 Playstation 2 games I can't be bothered to put up here at the minute, but I'll definitely keep it updated as I buy new games.

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  • [PC] I had a blast playing Black & White. I'd never played anything like it before. A great game.

  • [PC] I loved the original Dawn of War games and the sequel did not disappoint one bit. It plays pretty differently, but holds up extremely well in my eyes.

  • [PC] I bought the Windows Live version of Gears because I didn't have an Xbox 360 at the time. Turns out the PC version is pretty awesome, though!

  • [X360] Purchased not long after it's release. Thoroughly enjoyed it, and of course the Horde mode was a blast.

  • [PC] I'm a pretty big fan of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. and I must have played in the region of 100 hours playing through this game a few times. I probably will again, some day.

  • [PC] The prequel to the first game. It was pretty much just more of the same, with some minor tweaks and some pretty nice DX10 lighting.

  • [PC] Played a good deal of F.E.A.R. and thoroughly enjoyed it.

  • [PC] Bought the Kane Edition of this not long after release.

  • [PC] I got Quake 4 pretty soon after it was released here. I do remember having a good time, but I think I enjoyed Doom 3 more. Q4 had much more consistent and engaging shooting action, though.

  • [PC] Being a fan of RTS games in general, and relics work with Dawn of War, getting Company of Heroes was a no brainer.

  • [PC] Once again, the Steam sale strikes. I have to admit I'm not blown away by it so far, but I am a fan of the C&C franchise in general so I'll give it a good look.

  • [X360] My first time with a Just Cause game. Let's hope I enjoy it.

  • [PS3] Had this for a while and I never did own God of War 2 on the PS2, so this made a lot of sense to get.

  • [PS3] Finally got me a copy of God of War 3. At long last.

  • [PC] An online RPG with an MMO feel and no subscription fee? I really enjoyed Guild Wars. I still need to get the complete collection, though.

  • [PS3] Another PS3 title that I have been meaning to get for a while. After finishing the original Uncharted I'm definitely looking forward to this.

  • [PC] Bought a little while after release, Battlefield 2 had me hooked as soon as I played the demo.

  • [PC] Finally! Got BF3 with my graphics card. I sure as shit hope that DICE keep patching it though, because this is about as prone to crashing as any game I have ever played.

  • I like me some fighting games and I'm also a fan of the UFC and MMA in general, so this was a no brainer. I waited for a while to see if this would drop in price, but it never did. Payed a cool £33.

  • I was a huge fan of RE4, and I saw this for a damn good price on a british website, so I snapped it up. I'm looking forward to it.

  • [PC] One of the first PC games I ever played was RollerCoaster Tycoon, and I already have kind of a soft spot for theme park games anyways. I hadn't really played much in the way of any kind of theme park management game in a long time, so I picked up RCT3.

  • [PS2] I enjoyed GT4 a heck of a lot, pretty much as I did with all the other GT games. I must have played at least a good 50 hours or more of GT4, and I remember it being a good time.

  • [PC] In my mind, one of the best expansion packs ever released for a real-time strategy game.

  • [X360] Of course.

  • [PS2] I originally owned Red Faction on the PC, but that was lost somewhere down the line so I re-bought it later down the road on the PS2. It was a great game when it first came out, although a bit short. Geo-mod, man. It was the future back then.

  • [PS2] Resident Evil 4 was a huge step for the series, and a truly memorable game. I got the limited edition steel box for the PS2 just after it came out here in the UK.

  • [PC] I had been told by many people to get this but I left it kinda late. I got the GOTY edition from a retailer and I was blown away by how good it was.

  • [PS2] San Andreas in my mind was the best GTA game in the series so far. Some people were put off by the games "more is better" approach, but I found it to be a joy. The sheer amount of random crap you could do was noteworthy, and the story was pretty good to boot, with some good characters and dialogue.

  • [PS2] Ahh, the original Killzone. I do remember enjoying it, even with all its bugs, glitches and flaws. It was far from stellar, but not a terrible game either.

  • [PC] It was pretty much a no brainer for me to get this. It didn't blow my mind, but it was more content for Dawn of War, which I am totally cool with.

  • [PC] Another sale tipped me over the edge on this one. That and it's total disregard for the sanity of it's users, of course.

  • [PC] I got The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition on Steam for about £1. I have to admit, quite ashamedly, that I had not played the original on the PC when I was younger. I thoroughly appreciated playing through the SE for the first time.

  • [PC] Bought on Steam during the Winter sale of 2010. I fucking love me some Civilization.

  • [PC] Bought for a very reasonable price on Steam. I hope it's at least half decent!

  • [PC] Got this with a Steam coupon even not knowing much about it.

  • My friend Chris bought this for me during the Steam sale. Thanks, Chris!

  • [PC] Yep. Counter-Strike: Source is my most played PC game according to my Xfire profile. There should be a good reason for that... Nothing comes to mind...

  • [X360] I liked the first one a bunch so it makes sense that I would pick this up. That Kay. Tee. Eff. Oh. achievement can go fuck itself though.

  • [PC] I bought DoD: Source not long after it was released. It's still a lot of fun, and the Steam achievements make playing it again a more appealing prospect.

  • [PC] My mate Justin randomly gave me a Steam copy of this game. Thanks Justin!

  • [PC] A truly awesome sequel to one of the best team-based online shooters ever made.

  • [PC] Yeah. Rag Doll Kung Fu. It's a great concept, and it's got great style and production values. The gameplay, however, can sometimes be a bit lacking.

  • [PC] Got this during one of the many deadly Steam sales. Seems pretty great!

  • [X360] Fantastic game with a beautifully dark graphic style.

  • I should have added this a long time ago! I have this on the 360 and I played through it once and did everything to begin with, but I have just got some DLC and decided to finish the story again with my second character.

  • Yup.

  • Just bought this today for a pretty decent price in a local supermarket, of all places. Looking forward to checking this out proper.

  • Just got this on the X360, it was super cheap on the interwebs so I snapped it up. I am for sure enjoying it so far, but pulling off fatalities and what not with the X360 pad can be a serious pain in the arse.

  • [PC] Steam sale of dreams! Can't wait to dig into some more Company of Heroes.

  • I've always loved the Fight Night games. If you fancy a game online, add me on the Xbox Live.

  • [PC] Again with the Steam sales. I swear... I never thought I could have too many digital games, but my 2TB HDD is definitely starting to strain.

  • Pretty damn fun, but extremely frustrating in parts.

  • [PC] The Steam sale got the better of me. I'm really not expecting much so hopefully I won't be totally disappointed.

  • One of the best Live Arcade games out there, in my opinion.

  • Actually better than I was expecting.

  • This game is fantastic.

  • [X360] Got this a few weeks ago for a bargain price. It takes a really long time to get good at, especially if you take it online, but it can be very rewarding.

  • After The Maw, I had high hopes for Twisted Pixel's next game. It didn't disappoint!

  • I saw this in a local shop for £10 so I snapped it up. I've only managed to play about an hour so far but I loved the first Ratchet & Clank game on PS2 so I'll definitely finish it one of these days...

  • For the price, this is an absolutely fantastic game. Extremely satisfying physics-based, object-smashing fun. The difficulty seems a bit steep, though.

  • [X360] Got this in an online sale. Can't wait to delve in to this thing.

  • [PC] One of the most addictive games I've played in a long while.

  • I should really play more of this, but what I did play of it last I really enjoyed. I definitely got quite zen and relaxed when I played.

  • One of the craziest and most awesome games I've played in a long time.

  • A bit too rough on the computer resources for the level of graphical quality you get in return, and the camera control leaves a lot to be desired. Otherwise, though... a fantastic RPG game. I will finish this some day.

  • [PC] Got this during the Steam sale. Having a blast so far!

  • I missed out on the first Skate, and this was a great opportunity for me to play some more skating videogames. Great game.

  • [PC] A friend got me this during the Steam sale. Definitely looking forward to playing it.

  • On the PC, of course. Brilliant game, I wish as much people play it as played UT2004 back in the day. It breaks my heart.

  • I really love this game but man, it is hard.

  • Got this yesterday for a really good price, and man does it look good. Plays like Tekken. Awesome.

  • Great game. I need to put aside more time to play it.

  • [PC] Got it during the Steam sale. I am pretty stoked to play this one.

  • Yep. I pretty much bought this because of the Endurance Run. It's pretty awesome, really, and pretty unique.

  • [X360] Purchased in the same online sale I got Mass Effect 2. I'm going to need to put some serious time aside for this one.

  • Just got The Darkness, played about 2 hours of it. Really like it, it is pretty damn dark.

  • [PC] Steam Digital Deluxe edition. Bam.

  • I'm actually enjoying this a lot more than I first anticipated.

  • Yep, it's fun.

  • [PC] Picked this up during a Steam sale.

  • Seems like a great action/adventure game, I've only played about an hour or so of it so far, though.

  • [PC] Steam sale. Still an awesome game.

  • A truly great remake.

  • Yup, I bought it. What can I say?

  • Got the X360 version for a pretty good price from a retail website. Can't wait to sink some time into this.

  • Just bought this on XBLA, really enjoying it so far. Surprisingly fast-paced.

  • Absolutely love this game. The humour in the single player campaign was fantastic and I'm still playing the multiplayer. See me on the battlefield, son.

  • Just bought this yesterday, I've only played maybe an hour so far but I was a big fan of the original game so I'm definitely stoked to play this. The jump scares still get me even when I see them coming a mile off... bastards.

  • [X360] Yep. After hearing about how insane this game gets I just had to get a hold of it. The soundtrack certainly helped to solidify my desire for the game.

  • Totally Fable Totally 2.

  • [X360] I absolutely adored SSX 3 so it was only a matter of time before I got SSX.

  • I'm really enjoying this so far. I can see why people would complain about certain aspects of it, but I feel those problems are fairly easy to live with and overlook, and when you can do that what remains is pretty impressive stuff.

  • Great game on X360.

  • I saw this in a local supermarket for £6 and I thought why the hell not? Sure, it's old and it's probably not an amazing game, but I didn't hear it was terrible so I'm gonna give it a shot.

  • [PS3] Got this as part of the Welcome Back scheme.

  • [PS3] Got this free as part of the Welcome Back deal. Seems kinda neat, but not great.

  • [PC] I got this during the Steam summer sale '12. People seem to be way into it so I have to check this one out.

  • [PC] Yep.

  • [X360] Got this on XBLA yesterday. Seems like a great game so far.

  • One of the first games I got for my 360. I actually like this game, despite it's old-school design.