Tell me which game you are playing. Currently i am playing Super Mario 3d Land Which is a Superb Game and 3d Version of Mario Game. Try this game
I'm playing Betrayal at Krondor, which is a very old rpg, and Syberia 2, an older adventure game. I'm kind of cheap when it comes to games, out of necessity, but I've always been a laid back gamer, so most modern games aren't very interesting to me.
Just completed "The Witcher - Assasin of Kings", almost completed "Hunted"
and spend an hour now and then killing Frenchmen on Modern Warfare 3.... though I hate the network code.
When I read Betrayal at Krondor, I was like :o Classic games are awesome. A while back I replayed the Space Quest series and it's as good now as it was then. I'd like to give the Ultima series another run too at some point. Currently though, I'm scoping out Torchlight II (gotta support dem indies). It's pretty cool to see a commercial company utilize open source software like Ogre 3D and :wacko: CrAzY :blink: Eddie's GUI. Kudos to them.
Same game I have been playing for the past 16 years... QuakeWorld
When I read Betrayal at Krondor, I was like :o Classic games are awesome.
Raymond Feist is a pretty good author. I've read some of his books. It was one of those magical combinations where games were mostly text and a talented author took interest. He also let them design a pretty open game, so he wasn't tight handed about linearity. I really like the fights with the traps and whatnot. I haven't played it since it came out, so it feels pretty new. Dosbox lets you turn up the cycle speed, which helps quite a bit with the staggering 3d. I like the old trails where you can just lock on and hold down the forward button.
Borderlands 2, obviously!
- Borderlands and Bloodrayne (free on PSN!)
- Mass Effect 3 (bought it when it came out, stopped until the ending fix, now restarted it a couple of weeks ago)
- Avadon: Black Fortress (on my Android tablet, for old-school RPG fun)
- Lego Batman 2 (with my kids, of course)
I pretty much dabble in anything and everything... as time permits. I study (the game, the players, etc) while I play. Yeah, it's a disease. I don't think I've ever finished a game.