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    Finished up Dungeon Defenders on PC. It was OK, the multi-player was fun, but ended up finishing some maps single player since I couldn't find an MP game. Single player is boring as Sam said during her review, but multi-player is good times.

    -Kel

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    Skyborn (PC) may not be terribly long, but I had a good time with it. Much more detail to come.
    It's not what he's eating, but what's eating him that makes it ... sort of interesting.

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    Pokémon Diamond (DS)

    Yeah, yeah gonna catch them all, did restart that one just to get my missing legendary!
    Always enjoy all the experience in life, you might gain a level or two.
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    Dragon Ball Z Budokai 3(PS2)

    Probably the best of the PS2 DBZ fighters, since things began to become a bit silly when the series changed into Budokai Tenkaichi and got 100+ characters. Have not unlocked Saibamen or Cell Jr. and half of the abilities/items, but I have just about everything else...

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    4/15/2012 - Resistance 3 (PS3). Normal difficulty. Interesting game, carrying on the atmospheric chaos of the previous games. Health packs make turtling the primary strategy for many an encounter, but the game doesn't drag as much as some old-school shooters do, and I rarely felt check-pointed into a corner. Overall an enjoyable experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterChief View Post
    4/15/2012 - Resistance 3 (PS3). Normal difficulty. Interesting game, carrying on the atmospheric chaos of the previous games. Health packs make turtling the primary strategy for many an encounter, but the game doesn't drag as much as some old-school shooters do, and I rarely felt check-pointed into a corner. Overall an enjoyable experience.


    Good to know, I'll have to pick this up soon. Enjoyed the first one and parts of 2 were ok, but 2 mostly went off the rails.

    -Kel

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    Dragon Fantasy (iOS) - Loved this little DQ-style RPG. First iOS game I've really gotten pulled into.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macstorm View Post
    Dragon Fantasy (iOS) - Loved this little DQ-style RPG. First iOS game I've really gotten pulled into.
    Out of curiosity, will that be a game you'll be reviewing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keldarus View Post
    Good to know, I'll have to pick this up soon. Enjoyed the first one and parts of 2 were ok, but 2 mostly went off the rails.

    -Kel
    I dunno, I thought 2 was all right. Not as much of a kick in the teeth as the first game was, though admittedly they were trying too hard to be Halo.

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    Not positive this counts, but Mario Party 9 (Wii) is done. Played through all the stages at least once on multi-player and begrudgingly completed the Solo mode.

    Not bad for a casual rental. It was fun and just different enough from the previous Mario Parties to feel fresh. The new mini star system and stage mechanics that take half of the mini stars make the game even more luck based than it used to be, if thats possible. The fact that a typical match goes by much quicker than the other games in the series (under an hour) is a huge plus if you ask me.
    "Looks like Teach just got tenure!" - Teach

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyx View Post
    Out of curiosity, will that be a game you'll be reviewing?
    Yup, got a review started already.
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    After several years of delaying, I finally played Steambot Chronicles (PS2). I was disappointed in the whole "non-linear RPG" thing I had heard was the game's strength. I wasn't expecting Skyrim, but I thought it would be a little more interesting, and many other Japanese games have done openness and non-linearity much better. On the other hand, while the controls were just as terrible as I had heard, I got used to them eventually and didn't think they detracted from the game too much.

    Still, the most boring, vague, aimless plot I've yawned through in a long time hit me with an ending I adored. Possibly my favorite plot twist with 10 seconds left in a game ever! I probably ended with the most evil ending possible, as Savory's slave after siding with the Bloody Mantis, but I loved sticking it to Connie every chance I had. I hated her blandness and loved that Steambot let me cast her aside over and over. Take that, uninteresting generic female JRPG love interest!
    The lesson here is that dreams inevitably lead to hideous implosions.

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    Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten (PS3)
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    Stupid rental store not renting any game that isn't hugely popular anymore. I may not be able to complete any games this month.

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    Mass Effect 3 [Xbox 360]

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    So far this month for me
    Mass Effect 3 PC
    Deus Ex Human Revolution PC

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    So far this year, I've finished:

    Broken Sword 1 (PC)
    Broken Sword 2 (PC)
    Defender's Quest (PC)
    Mass Effect 2 (PC)
    Mass Effect 3 (PC)
    The Next BIG Thing (PC)
    Yesterday (PC)

    So, lots of point-and-click adventures, apparently. RPGs just take so much time to complete! Even Mass Effect 2 was a spill-over from last year...

    I do recommend Defender's Quest - it's an indie tower defense game with RPG elements and a surprisingly decent story. Actually, I enjoyed every one of the games on this list - I just don't have enough time anymore to finish games I don't like.

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    Finished up with Final Fantasy V (PSX) finally. I don't know why it took me so many years to get back to this one, but despite the death of my original Playstation, I can finally cross it off the list. I really enjoyed this one, both for the story and the job system. Blue magic was definitely my friend in this one, which really surprised me. I guess I'll move on to FFVI sooner or later, but for now, I think I'll work on some Xenoblade and Mass Effect 3 (multiplayer and second runthrough). Oh, and Septerra Core next month.

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    Journey (the game, not the band) - PS3

    I also forgot to mention Mass Effect 3 (PC).

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    Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit for PS3

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