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  • jcdavey
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    just picked up red faction armageddon (8.5/10) recently for real cheap

    what a great game, despite lack of online multiplayer

    didn't mind the decision to go back to linear gameplay because i was having so much fun with the weapons

    wish was easier to unlock all the post game goodies though

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  • Spyder
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    NBA 2K12

    9.5/10

    An improvement from an already REALLY good NBA 2K11. The presentation, the sound, the gameplay, they're all really good. The only thing that really struggles at times is there is still 2-3 players per team that look really hideous, almost alien like, kind of like last years. Players like Kobe and Lebron have def. improved graphically though.

    The NBA's Greatest Mode is probably the best feature and one of the best things ever put into an NBA game or really any sports game for that matter.

    It's kind of hard for me to write an entire review of the game as I only got it 3 hours ago and I'm still going through many of the various things this game offers.

    So far so good though. One of the best sports game I've ever played to this point.

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  • Vhailor
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    Red Dead Redemption:

    Absolutely love this game. Have not passed Act 1 yet, working on challenges and whatnot. Love the story of Marston and love the fact you can travel just about anywhere you want to.

    10/10.

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  • Brakshow
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    Played Mass Effect 1 and 2 back to back. 10/10 on both of them, cant freakin wait for 3 to come out later this year!!!

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  • Foez
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    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    Nothing wrong with that. I never played Silent Hill before, I was more of a Resident Evil guy back in the day. That was really the joy of playing horror games back then. You mention that you had to run around places to find out where to go; might sound weird, but that's also what I thought was a great thing about old horror games. The tension of being chased by creatures and not knowing where to go, and what lied behind each door. There was also the exploration parts of them, and the of puzzles that you had to figure out.

    If you look at any PS3 or 360 game that's classified as "horror", all it really involves is shooting things in dark corridors, with a map on the right hand corner of the screen, telling you where to go. You get tons of ammo, and simply move from room to room blowing away anything that moves. You don't feel like you're trying to survive, which is why I personally don't consider Dead Space or L4D Survival horror games.

    I have to sit down and play some more of these retro horror games. Parasite Eve is another one I heard that was good.
    Very good point...That was the thrill of the game getting chased in the "alternate" Silent Hill world by the crazy dog things and the flying bird things going from building to building until you find the one you need to be at. Made the game hard but interesting at the same time.

    Originally posted by theMileHighGuy View Post
    Parasite Eve games were my thing back on the PS1. Fairly difficult, and they all had really cool stories. Tough to go back and play though with the graphics and what would now be considered shoddy mechanics.
    I'm about to start playing Parasite Eve for the first time and I've always heard nothing but great things about it since it first came out...looking forward to it.

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  • Vhailor
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    Originally posted by DoomTrooper View Post
    Agreed. I love that game.

    Right now I'm playing Dead Island, and so far I give it an 8.5/10. It's addicting and a helluva lotta fun!
    I might go back to replaying it this weekend. Just thought the game, as a whole, was very well executed.

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    Last night I played Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.

    8/10. Really like the game. Should probably have tried the MP part out before I give it a score, though.

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  • #87Birdman
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    Batman Arkhym Asylm 8.5/10

    Thought the game was really fun, the boss battles where dissapointing to say the least. But over all I enjoy playing the game and thought it was well done, even more considering its a super hero game and those usually just try to ride by off the name than anything.

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  • DoomTrooper
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    Originally posted by Vhailor View Post
    Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

    100/10.
    Agreed. I love that game.

    Right now I'm playing Dead Island, and so far I give it an 8.5/10. It's addicting and a helluva lotta fun!

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  • Vhailor
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    Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

    100/10.

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  • Hoserman117
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    Originally posted by theMileHighGuy View Post
    Parasite Eve games were my thing back on the PS1. Fairly difficult, and they all had really cool stories. Tough to go back and play though with the graphics and what would now be considered shoddy mechanics.

    I finally beat Dead Space 2 on zealot... so I decided to start a hardcore game. That is definitely survival horror lol. Really low ammo, only 3 saves the whole 20 hours of game.... I kinda said F this and put it away lol.

    Anyways,

    NHL 12 - 9/10 - Best one yet so far with the bits I've played. I don't usually give things 10 out of 10.
    Dead space games are great, but IMO not really that scary. As a standard third person shooter though I absolutely love them.

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  • Hoserman117
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    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    Nothing wrong with that. I never played Silent Hill before, I was more of a Resident Evil guy back in the day. That was really the joy of playing horror games back then. You mention that you had to run around places to find out where to go; might sound weird, but that's also what I thought was a great thing about old horror games. The tension of being chased by creatures and not knowing where to go, and what lied behind each door. There was also the exploration parts of them, and the of puzzles that you had to figure out.

    If you look at any PS3 or 360 game that's classified as "horror", all it really involves is shooting things in dark corridors, with a map on the right hand corner of the screen, telling you where to go. You get tons of ammo, and simply move from room to room blowing away anything that moves. You don't feel like you're trying to survive, which is why I personally don't consider Dead Space or L4D Survival horror games.

    I have to sit down and play some more of these retro horror games. Parasite Eve is another one I heard that was good.
    You want a good modern horror game play some Condemned. Those games scare the ish out of me.

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  • theMileHighGuy
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    Originally posted by Amari24 View Post
    Nothing wrong with that. I never played Silent Hill before, I was more of a Resident Evil guy back in the day. That was really the joy of playing horror games back then. You mention that you had to run around places to find out where to go; might sound weird, but that's also what I thought was a great thing about old horror games. The tension of being chased by creatures and not knowing where to go, and what lied behind each door. There was also the exploration parts of them, and the of puzzles that you had to figure out.

    If you look at any PS3 or 360 game that's classified as "horror", all it really involves is shooting things in dark corridors, with a map on the right hand corner of the screen, telling you where to go. You get tons of ammo, and simply move from room to room blowing away anything that moves. You don't feel like you're trying to survive, which is why I personally don't consider Dead Space or L4D Survival horror games.

    I have to sit down and play some more of these retro horror games. Parasite Eve is another one I heard that was good.

    Parasite Eve games were my thing back on the PS1. Fairly difficult, and they all had really cool stories. Tough to go back and play though with the graphics and what would now be considered shoddy mechanics.

    I finally beat Dead Space 2 on zealot... so I decided to start a hardcore game. That is definitely survival horror lol. Really low ammo, only 3 saves the whole 20 hours of game.... I kinda said F this and put it away lol.

    Anyways,

    NHL 12 - 9/10 - Best one yet so far with the bits I've played. I don't usually give things 10 out of 10.

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  • Amari24
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    Originally posted by Foez View Post
    Silent Hill - 8/10
    Yes, I know a very old game but I don't care. I've never played the game before and finally had a chance to. The only problem I had with it was there were about 2 times where it didn't tell you where you needed to go so your running through town check every door you come across until you hit a cutscene.
    Nothing wrong with that. I never played Silent Hill before, I was more of a Resident Evil guy back in the day. That was really the joy of playing horror games back then. You mention that you had to run around places to find out where to go; might sound weird, but that's also what I thought was a great thing about old horror games. The tension of being chased by creatures and not knowing where to go, and what lied behind each door. There was also the exploration parts of them, and the of puzzles that you had to figure out.

    If you look at any PS3 or 360 game that's classified as "horror", all it really involves is shooting things in dark corridors, with a map on the right hand corner of the screen, telling you where to go. You get tons of ammo, and simply move from room to room blowing away anything that moves. You don't feel like you're trying to survive, which is why I personally don't consider Dead Space or L4D Survival horror games.

    I have to sit down and play some more of these retro horror games. Parasite Eve is another one I heard that was good.

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  • Foez
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    Silent Hill - 8/10
    Yes, I know a very old game but I don't care. I've never played the game before and finally had a chance to. The only problem I had with it was there were about 2 times where it didn't tell you where you needed to go so your running through town check every door you come across until you hit a cutscene.

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  • Amari24
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    Killzone 3- 8.5/10. After playing the game for a while lately, I realize that I rated the game too highly at first. I think I gave it like a 9.5 or something like that, but that was more so because I was having endless fun with the game during that point. It clouded my judgment a bit, it's still a good game.

    Multiplayer still holds up well.

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