All About Antherian_being
Halo: Reach remains the best multiplayer game of all time.
Bioshock is a work of art. Sequel, what sequel?
In 2011 I plan on purchasing a multitude of games, both from this year, and the past.
TES V: Skyrim
Mass Effect 3
Red Dead Redemption
This one i need to convince my parents to allow me to own, due to a brief sex scene and a long flow of expletives throughout the game. This one I really want.
Earth Defense Force 2017
Which I have just been informed is not available in the AU. D:
Half Life 2, Episode 1&2
I want to finish these ones, I almost finished Half Life 2, but had to return The Orange Boxto the Video Ezy I rented it from.
Classic, I want to play this.
I don't want to spend much money on a 6 hour shooter, but I think I wanna experience what Kevin Van Ord is raving about.
My bro is gonna buy this.
After becoming more involved with the gaming community and going-ons during the past year - mostly through my listening of Gamespot presents The Hotspot - I have become a more avid gamer. I found myself following the Activision falling outs, the delays of Valve games (an ever-present theme) and the many depressing lay-offs that many companies have experienced.
On a lighter note:
BioShock literally shocked me. A frightening game, a fantastic story and a lengthy, meaningful play through. Well worth the bargain-bin $20 I bought it for. Sadly the sequel disappoints, and I doubt I'll find myself playing it.
Super Meat Boy is a fantastic platformer, that needs to be recognised along with the rest of the Indie scene of gaming. Fantastic design makes it a great way to kill time when you realize you can't find that disk you needed. (Or you are just too lazy to get off the couch.)
Halo: Reach continued the Halo legacy in rightful glory. It remains the most complete game on the market for a console. Well worth the money, as it is the best multiplayer experience on offer, with a Developer who cares.
Alan Wake, something I played a while back, along with its DLC. Good game, but outdone by BioShock. I still recommend it to all, however.
Professor Layton, a DS game. The greatest, most intriguing puzzler I have played to date, well worth the money, if that old DS is gathering dust.
Christmas is upcoming: and I shall be recieving AC: Brotherhood and Mass Effect 2. Brilliant start to next year's gaming for me.
I'll also have a bunch of cash, post christmas, so if there are any games recommended for me to play, as I am relatively new at the hardcore scene, just tell me.
Oh yeah, before you call me a Halo fanboy: I played MW2 and BlOps. And Halo outdoes them. Halo is even MORE realistic than them. Yes, I went there... I won't explain it unless I get any comments, which is unlikely, I'm not a very involved community member.
Boom boom pow away.
If you were to buy one, which would it be? And which do you guys think will sell more?
My money is on Halo: Reach, in both aspects, but i want opinions, people!!
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