What were the last video games you played?

Comments

  • clashcityrocker10clashcityrocker10 Headliner
    edited February 2011
    Speaking of Bioshock, I picked up both games over my Christmas break for $20 apiece, but I have yet to play either of them.
  • UntilWeHaveFacesUntilWeHaveFaces Rising Star
    edited February 2011
    You should definitely enjoy both games. They're a blast to play and I love both of them! I definitely cannot wait for Bioshock: Infinite.
  • RockoxRockox Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    "You Don't Know Jack" is coming to consoles next week. I used to play this game on PC years ago. I can't WAIT to play it again.
  • kiggidykevkiggidykev Thinks about pandas
    edited February 2011
    Rockox;4281090 said:
    "You Don't Know Jack" is coming to consoles next week. I used to play this game on PC years ago. I can't WAIT to play it again.

    I agree, we've been looking forward to the 360 version for some time now. The PC was great, but having everyone crowd around a keyboard was just blech.

    I played Phoenix Wright and Angry Birds on the iPod last night, and also bought that Game Dev Story because my friend recommended it. The iPod Touch is impressing me as a gaming machine right now, as I didn't think there was much depth to its games.
  • bermuddybermuddy 100.000 Wasted Years
    edited February 2011
  • kiggidykevkiggidykev Thinks about pandas
    edited February 2011
    It'll be that way until 12 comes out, eh?
  • RockoxRockox Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    kiggidykev;4282201 said:
    I agree, we've been looking forward to the 360 version for some time now. The PC was great, but having everyone crowd around a keyboard was just blech.

    I enjoyed crowding around my brother's computer, drinking coke and smoking cigarettes back in the day, but yeah, I'm ready to sit on my couch to play this game. I'm just curious if you can use the big-button Scene It? controllers or if you need 4 regular controllers.
  • kiggidykevkiggidykev Thinks about pandas
    edited February 2011
    Rockox;4282225 said:
    I enjoyed crowding around my brother's computer, drinking coke and smoking cigarettes back in the day, but yeah, I'm ready to sit on my couch to play this game. I'm just curious if you can use the big-button Scene It? controllers or if you need 4 regular controllers.

    That's a good question. The Scene It bundles are super cheap now, so I was thinking of picking one up anyway. They just have the basic buttons and no D-pad though, don't they? I wonder if YDKJ would be impeded that way, like when you have to choose someone to use the Screw on. I think that used the D-pad back on the PlayStation.
  • RockoxRockox Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    Yep, the Scene It? controllers have the ABXY buttons as well as the "big" button which also has directional functionality. I hope YDKJ allows for those controllers to be used, because they're good quality and user friendly.

    As far as Scene It? goes, if it's cheap now I would recommend picking it up. It's a fun, quick, casual game and if you're as big an achievement whore as everyone says ;), you'll love it, coz it hands out gamerscore like it's going out of style.
  • iRNProiRNPro Unsigned
    edited February 2011
    Well, besides Rock Band 3, the last game I played was Rayman Arena for the Gamecube... Anyone heard of it?
  • RockoxRockox Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    Video demo for You Don't Know Jack here. They mention you use the right trigger to screw your opponent, so I doubt they'll allow the big-button controllers.
  • NoMoreVillainsNoMoreVillains DIY Bacon
    edited February 2011
    Eternal Sonata
    RPG developed by tri-Crescendo, who co-developed the Baten Kaitos games on the Gamecube. Not the greastest RPG, but still good. A big plus for this game is that the composer is none other than Motoi Sakuraba.

    Fallout 3
    Went into the the Jefferson Memorial to look for dad and I ended up clearing the place of Super Mutants with only the Flamer. Kill it with fire indeed.
  • monkeyfishmonkeyfish Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    Due to being snowed in for the last three, four days, I broke out the first Super Mario Galaxy and snagged those last thirty or so stars with Luigi. Goddamn Dreadnought purple coins took the most effort. Turns out there were two more I had no idea existed, too.
  • kiggidykevkiggidykev Thinks about pandas
    edited February 2011
    Game Dev Story on the iPod has caught my attention lately. It's extremely charming and well-made, and it was only a buck. I would have gladly paid many times that.
  • abynormalabynormal Rising Star
    edited February 2011
    Played Mario Kart Wii last night. I don't know how Nintendo managed to ruin Mario Kart, but they did.

    The main problem is there are so many racers on the track and so many crazy powerful weapons it's hard to focus on racing because you're getting shot at all the time.
  • UntilWeHaveFacesUntilWeHaveFaces Rising Star
    edited February 2011
    abynormal;4284723 said:
    Played Mario Kart Wii last night. I don't know how Nintendo managed to ruin Mario Kart, but they did.

    The main problem is there are so many racers on the track and so many crazy powerful weapons it's hard to focus on racing because you're getting shot at all the time.

    I'm pretty sure they really never changed the limit on players on the track. I've always known it's been 12.
  • monkeyfishmonkeyfish Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    abynormal;4284723 said:
    Played Mario Kart Wii last night. I don't know how Nintendo managed to ruin Mario Kart, but they did.

    The main problem is there are so many racers on the track and so many crazy powerful weapons it's hard to focus on racing because you're getting shot at all the time.

    You must not be that experienced in Mario Kart if you don't expect blue shells, lightning bolts and rubber-band A.I. by now.

    Protip: hold a banana or shell behind you to deflect most incoming attacks.
  • ultimatespidey81ultimatespidey81 Headliner
    edited February 2011
    tiger woods '11. the 12X12 team play trophy is a thorn in my side. it is all that stands between me and platinum glory. blast these sodding online trophies!

    /rant

    edit: i got 'er dun!! and i met a nice friend along the way. lisa_rox and their majestic 43 platinum trophies. that is un-****ing-real.
  • UntilWeHaveFacesUntilWeHaveFaces Rising Star
    edited February 2011
    Playing Fallout 3 today. I was doing Mothership Zeta, got to the beginning of the final quest and... That freaking little kid will not come through the teleporter. So, I'm stuck in this room with both doors locked and cannot be picked. FFFFFFFUUUUUUU.

    Well, I'm boned. I don't want to delete the DLC, because my other 2 characters have weapons from the DLC.

    I even took my Fat Man and shot the ground, thinking that dying could fix the glitch. But nope.
  • Lawdog1521Lawdog1521 Squirrel Chasing Expert
    edited February 2011
    Any of the Fallout games you have to have tons of saves from diffrent dates because of that. Elder Scrolls is the same way.
  • LiveHomeVideoLiveHomeVideo Trying too hard
    edited February 2011
    I last played Rock Band 3. Such a great game. Y'all gotta try it sometime.


    *Lol*
  • UntilWeHaveFacesUntilWeHaveFaces Rising Star
    edited February 2011
    Lawdog1521;4285401 said:
    Any of the Fallout games you have to have tons of saves from diffrent dates because of that. Elder Scrolls is the same way.

    Yeah, but I played that DLC like 2-3 times and I NEVER experienced any glitches like that. Ever. I never experienced any glitches in Oblivion either. I did have some in New Vegas.

    I know I meant to save before I went to the ship, but I forgot and now that play-through is DONE!
  • cherokeesamcherokeesam Washed Up
    edited February 2011
    Anybody play Assassins' Creed Brotherhood yet, and have an opinion on it? I absolutely loved the other two, especially the second one, and just wondered if Brotherhood is a significant change from 2.
  • ultimatespidey81ultimatespidey81 Headliner
    edited February 2011
    started playing new vegas a little while ago. while i never had any glitches in fallout 3, i can already see that i'm going to have some issues with NV. as soon as that happens, im going to switch over to either dragon age or mass effect 2.
  • AzureAngel17AzureAngel17 In Space!
    edited February 2011
    I finally found the last few Jiggies in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts, so I'm back to working my way through GTAIV. I may go back and play the two B-K N64 games instead though, GTAIV just isn't holding my interest.
    cherokeesam;4286496 said:
    Anybody play Assassins' Creed Brotherhood yet, and have an opinion on it? I absolutely loved the other two, especially the second one, and just wondered if Brotherhood is a significant change from 2.

    From what I've heard, if you liked 2, you'll love Brotherhood. Supposedly it has only improved. Not bad for a half-quel.
  • abynormalabynormal Rising Star
    edited February 2011
    monkeyfish;4284912 said:
    You must not be that experienced in Mario Kart if you don't expect blue shells, lightning bolts and rubber-band A.I. by now.

    Protip: hold a banana or shell behind you to deflect most incoming attacks.
    Maybe my memory is faulty, but in earlier titles I don't recall getting hit by lightning bolts, blue shells, POW blocks, and every other top-tier weapon in the game every five seconds. I recall actually being able to focus on the course while periodically fending off attacks.
    cherokeesam;4286496 said:
    Anybody play Assassins' Creed Brotherhood yet, and have an opinion on it? I absolutely loved the other two, especially the second one, and just wondered if Brotherhood is a significant change from 2.

    Brotherhood is fantastic. It's a full-featured game with an immense campaign that improves just about everything about the gameplay. The story isn't quite as good, but that was my only complaint.
  • CubecubedCubecubed Washed Up
    edited February 2011
    cherokeesam;4286496 said:
    Anybody play Assassins' Creed Brotherhood yet, and have an opinion on it? I absolutely loved the other two, especially the second one, and just wondered if Brotherhood is a significant change from 2.

    Brotherhood is by far the best game in the series in my opinion.Absolutely fantastic.
  • monkeyfishmonkeyfish Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    abynormal;4286562 said:
    Maybe my memory is faulty, but in earlier titles I don't recall getting hit by lightning bolts, blue shells, POW blocks, and every other top-tier weapon in the game every five seconds. I recall actually being able to focus on the course while periodically fending off attacks.

    Perhaps you just had an unlucky day. It happens. The 150cc and mirror mode tend to be a little more brutal with the weapons, but not in the degree you're talking about.

    Now, if you REALLY want a cluster**** of bob-ombs and bullet bills, play the game online with all of the cheaters. Last time I played, you couldn't join a race without it being hacked by at least half the other racers.
  • Kenny-BandKenny-Band Road Warrior
    edited February 2011
    Link's Awakening. The original one.
  • Banky71Banky71 Banned on the Run (Live)
    edited February 2011
Sign In or Register to comment.