Post by Samildanach on Oct 17, 2011 18:27:02 GMT -5
Yeah, I enjoyed the demo of Cthulhu Saves the World and will probably get it at some point. There's another recent one in a similar vein called Doom & Destiny. Again, I've only played the demo but liked it.
Sticking with Xbox indie games: ELITE. Well, not actually Elite, but about as close to it as you can get without being sued. It's called Final Rift and it costs a mighty 80 MSP. I recommend it either to Elite fans or to people like me, who liked Elite's ideas but found its mechanics clumsy.
"Tell me, young crone, is this Putney?" "That it be, that it be." "'Yes it is', not 'that it be'. You don't have to talk in that stupid voice to me. I'm not a tourist."
Some other FANTASTIC indie games are Hoard and Magicka. I don't think I've gotten more out of a few bucks than those two games. Magicka is really better with a group of friends and some sort of voice program, I've found - there is much screaming and crying and gnashing of teeth, ye shall never forget it!
I've just completed AC: Revelations. Not much different from the precedent game, but still very enjoyable. The final "fight" is good but is not as I expected. I'm looking forward to AC3 (which should in fact be #5) to see the conclusion of the saga.
Post by Izziel Darkblade on Feb 1, 2012 18:42:10 GMT -5
I've just been finishing Arkham City side missions... since December. What a great game- really makes the 1st one feel kinda like a demo or something.
I can't wait to get my hands on Skyrim, although i don't mind to wait a couple of months just so those ps3 issues get solved. But, sweet jesus, that is one beautiful looking game- i may be expecting too much, but it does look like The RPG for the next years.
Retro-wise, i'm currently addicted to Tecmo Super Bowl for the NES.
And I'm also re-playing Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth.
Previous Character: Wise Fox, level 22 Kai Lord, Victim of Eshnar.