It's tons of fun, I've played it for hours and hours.
I've recently been introduced to Magic: The Gathering and I'm now obsessively playing the 2013 game on Steam.
Mother fucking Chivalry, holy shit.
Anyways I've just started Skyrim, playing as a Khajit cause i want to pursue careers in the Thieves guild and Dark Brotherhood.
Yesterday was pretty eventful for my character, Porthos den Kirkson. He accused a man named Bolli of adultery. Brawled a man named Hrofgir Horse Crusher, Hrofgir afterwards became a good friend, Porthos was happy for the first time. Then 3 thugs attacked me, while defending me both Hrofgir and my steed, Frost, were killed. I then killed these thugs and found they were hired by Bolli. Porthos has never been this angry. First I broke into and robbed everything not nailed down in Bolli's business, the fishery. Afterwards, I broke into Bolli's home and took my axe to his head while he slept. Unfortunately this woke his wife, so I had to flee. Now I'm hanging low in another city waiting for the heat to blow over a little.
I received an inheritance from dear Hrofgir in the meantime, you may rest well friend.
His name was Hrofgir Horse-Crusher. His name was Hrofgir Horse-Crusher.
Pib, add me on steam: per.ulrich :)
Just got through playing Thomas was Alone (currently in the indie humble bundle 8). You basically play as a bunch of random blocks with their own special jumping attributes. It's a basic puzzle/platformer with very simple graphics, but there's a pleasant sounding British narrator (that nerd from Assassin's Creed) in the background that gives each block a unique personality. If I didn't know any better, I'd say they came up with the puzzles first, and then tacked on a plot afterwards. Whatever they did, it worked out really well though. I ended up caring for these blocks more than most characters in big budget video games.
I should note the music is pretty awesome and it gives the game a great atmosphere. It's pretty similar to Explosions in the Sky.
I played Fez for a few hours and it was really neat at first, but it got kind of tedious quickly and I got bored. Nothing interesting plotwise made me want to keep on going. Going to give it another hour to see if it's worth finishing.
I got about 3 hours in before mostly dropping it to beat Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, now I am playing Reus and Chivalry most of the time, instead of FEZ. I do really like it, and while it's pretty tedious I do think it's going to be a big pay off, but I'm in no real hurry to finish.
Definitely going to get this Humble Bundle and play that game though.
I'm not normally into war games, but I recently got Spec Ops: The Line since I heard good things about the story. Gameplay-wise it sorta blends in with the pack, but the story is an intentional subversion of the genre and while it starts off seeming like it's going to be pretty similar, it slowly makes you do more and more horrible things and then rubs your nose in it afterwards and makes you feel bad about it. It's a modern day retelling of the book Hearts of Darkness set in Dubai, similar to how the same book was updated to Vietnam with Apocalypse Now. Also got Far Cry 3 (regular and Blood Dragon) but haven't played much of either yet, Okami HD (it's pretty gorgeous), and Ultimate MVC3, which I haven't tried at all yet.
Injustice: Gods Among Us. Harley Quinn vs. The Joker :rolleyes: