Wishlist

Games I want to get/play. Includes games I don't have the appropriate platform for, but who knows, they could be ported/remade, and then there is GOG.com, and emulators.

List items

  • I played the tiniest of bits of this game back in the day, or the sequal, perhaps a demo, and it seemed interesting. Maybe I should look into the Ringworld books also.

  • I played the tiniest of bits of this game back in the day, and it seemed interesting. Maybe I should look into the Ringworld books also.

    Hmmm, actually I think I might already have this game through one of those ancient CD-ROM game collections.

  • Curious about this.

  • Cowboy vampire fighting the undead on Xbox and PS2.

  • Didn't own a PS3 when this came out. I don't think it's even still possible to find this anywhere, at least not the retail version.

  • A first-person game that is a bit different from what you generally get.

  • Yep, the sequel to Condemned.

  • I had fun playing Knytt Stories, so I definitely want to try this new Knytt game.

  • I wasn't convinced to pre-order or buy on day one, but I now understand I should get this.

  • I'm a fan of Indy, and though I understand this game wasn't stellar, I still want to see what this is like. The demo that I did play seemed OK.

  • And some more Indy.

  • It's free, only a download away,

  • I didn't play any of these PS3 exclusives, so if I come across this box I should probably pick it up.

  • I played some of this game on Nossie's PC back when it was new, but I never got to finish it. I'll get this in a Steam sale sometime.

  • I didn't have a PS3 when these games came out, so this collection is probably the best way to get up to speed.

  • Another MDK, another game I want to play. I'll get this in a Steam sale sometime. (Seems there's an HD version out as well.)

  • The third part in the God of War series.

  • Another one of those classics I missed. I think I could still enjoy this.

  • Digging is awesome, so this game should be too.

  • The original Zelda game.

  • I should have bought this when it was still in stores, but maybe they'll release it on Steam or GOG someday.

  • Having seen some video footage of this game, I want to explore this world.

  • A classic that I never even heard of at the time.

  • Games magazine editors kept referring to and praising this games months after it was released. I remember guessing/assuming it was some kind of brawler because I was thinking about the Hulk character, until I finally looked up some information online.

  • I played a lot of the original, so naturally I'm curious about this game.

  • Another game I read good things about, but that I never came across. I probably would be much better at strategy games if I'd played games like this.

  • Bought the sequel GOG.com, but I really want to play the original first.

  • An FPS trying something new, I think.

  • A completely different game from the original, but another one I'll need to keep an eye one.

  • Not sure if this would even be fun to play any more. I would've liked to have played this game and its sequels back in the day.

  • Never having owned a Nintendo system, I never played this game. I wish I had. I still want to try this if I ever get a chance.

  • Another game I read lots of positive things about. Being a multiplayer game, it really is too late to play now. :(

  • The third part of StarCraft II.

  • The sequel to "War for Cybertron".

  • The fourth Halo game with Master Chief, made by a different team. We'll see what this is like. First ODST and Reach though.

  • A dual-joystick in the Greed Corp universe... should be fun.

  • Tomb Raider is OK in my book, and although I'm not convinced about all the rebooting, this fresh take on things could be a good thing here.

  • This looks interesting.

  • I realize the original isn't perfect, but a sequel definitely deserved to be made.

  • Looking promising.

  • This happened just like it did with Spore for me. I considered pre-ordering the game to get the extra stuff, but then news was released/leaked indicating it to be a disappointing experience not fulfilling the promises made, with bad DRM on top of that. I'll probably skip this like I did Spore. :(

  • Like any boy, I used to be a big Transformers fan, and this is supposed to be one of the better Transformers game.

  • Basic and really easy platforming to appeal to the masses, which is cool with me, but I'm afraid puzzles are a bit on the easy side. Getting this anyway.

  • I haven't played a single Tom Clancy game, none of them looked all that interesting to me, but the 2013 E3 demo looked pretty good and potentially fun to play to me.

  • A mostly monochrome game with what seems like a mysterious story.

  • After release it turns out this wasn't all that, but I'm still somewhat curious to see how they handled the story.

  • First person mech combat. I managed to never play one of these games, and this one seems like I could play it.

  • I did 100% the original J&D on my brother in law's PS2, but I never got very far with the 2nd game.

  • An action platformer, and it has zombies, but you need to be more deliberate in this game, which should make for a different experience.

  • More BioShock sequel.

  • A PS Mine that's a slightly different take on the platformer genre.

  • I fondly remember playing the original game ages ago, and this one looks fun too.

  • The Bulletstorm demo did a poor job of convincing me to buy the game (and getting it just for the Gears of War 3 beta didn't seem like a fair deal), but I'll pick this up eventually.

  • Apparently Discworld is something I should like.

  • Apparently Discworld is something I should like.

  • Apparently Discworld is something I should like.

  • As an Assassin's Creed fan I had to put this on the list. Then again I got really bored and annoyed after trying Facebook games like Farmville...

  • Everybody loves Skyrim. I bought The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, in a Steam sale, so I'll play that first. If I like it I'll try this, and maybe the earlier games in the unlikely event I'll ever find the time.

  • I'd like to play every Zelda game.

  • Creatures made with fluid dynamics. Need to try this.

  • Reminds me a little of PixelJunk Shooter style-wise.

  • Really the only reason this game is on here is that Giant Bomb seems to love it, and that it looks like I could enjoy it. I should probably try the demo first.

  • Played a little bit on Nossie's Xbox, and had fun. I like the art style of this game too.

  • Seems to play a bit like the Zelda games.

  • If it's anything like the original, I want to play this.

  • To be honest I might yet end up disliking Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, but I don't think I will, so for now I'm guessing this "sequel" should suit my fancy as well.

  • Another PS3 exclusive I guess I should probably play.

  • Coming from Japan, a different kind of game than what you usually see.

  • If this is ever coming out, I want to play it. Doesn't everybody?

  • I managed to not be interested when this was released, but I think I missed out. Hopefully it will be released again on Steam. Actually I also need to read the book.

  • I suppose you could call this experimental gameplay, something that's been getting more popular recently.

  • I like Star Trek, I like Voyager, so of course I want to play this game. Hopefully they'll release it on Steam or GOG.com.

  • More Elite Force. Hopefully they'll release it on Steam or GOG.com.

  • And even more Elite Force. Hopefully they'll release it on Steam or GOG.com.

  • A first person exploration and puzzle game sounds like my kind of thing. The art style is nice as well.

  • A neat looking puzzle game.

  • The QuickLook made this seem... less than I expected, so I'll probably wait a bit before getting this.

  • More Starcraft II.

  • I believe this is mostly an improvement over ModNation Racers, plus it has a LBP theme which I like.

  • Apparently I have to play this.

  • Sequel to BioShock

  • Looked pretty decent when it was announced, and now I feel like I should pick it up if I see it lying around somewhere.

  • I haven't even started playing the original yet.

  • A good way to play these God of War games without a PSP.

  • I never really got into the first two, but I'm willing to give this one a shot.

  • Apparently another neat game in the franchise. I think I might already own this.

  • Another Fable sequel.

  • One of those must play titles I hear.

  • Grapple hooks are cool, and this game reminds me of Blaster Master, which I also never played, but which looks like my kind of deal from what I've seen.

  • I bought the original, but still need to play it. After that I'll get part 2 and 3.

  • I bought the original, but still need to play it. After that I'll get part 2 and 3.