Let's see, Kingdoms of Amalur I finished. It was good the combat is very fable-ish, the art felt like wow to me and well the story is pretty great but then again you have R.A. Salvatore at the lead for that one. I finished up playthrough one of Dragon's Dogma which is amazing to say the least. If you like a linear story with sand box elements and Monster Hunter style combat when it comes of the bigger beasties then you will enjoy it. Though the story was in my opinion too fast the side quests and always finding a place to explore and monsters to hunt down fills the gap of a short story line.
I hardly ever play video games. The last one I played was Skies of Aracadia: Legends for Gamecube on my wii. I used to play Civilization a lot in one form or another, and I adore Harvest Moon. Wishing for a new Harvest Moon to come out.
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When I was in elementary school my mom started playing Civilization and I would sit and watch her play, then I started playing while she sat and gave me advice. So I have a lot of good memories of those games.
Finished playing Witcher 2 a while back, really enjoyed it once I got to the midway point, as I never played the first.
Also been playing a bit of Skyrim. I suck at leveling characters past 50 as I max out my class' primary skill set at that point and see little reason to work on other skills.
Also looking forward to Borderlands 2.
Zae, you should check out the game's website, they already have the skills trees up for all the characters for our viewing pleasure, and you can build a class to see what you're gonna do when the game finally comes out.
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I'm pretty sure they'll get KH3 out by the time I'm, like, 90. Same for Half-Life 3.
Been playing a whole lot of Oblivion lately, namely Shivering Isles. That expansion is a game in and of itself, and I swear I develop severe, acute cases of ADD, ADHD, and OCD as soon as I load it up.
Come in under the shadow of this red rock, and I will show you something different from either your shadow at morning, striding behind you, or your shadow at evening, rising to meet you. I shall show you fear in a handful of dust.