I am also playing Bioshock Infinite. I haven't played any of the other Bioshock games, but this game is amazingly great!
I've heard great things about the new Bioshock! I have made a promise to myself that i would finish Dead Space 3 and Walking Dead: Survival Instinct ( both are great) before I pick it up.
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Is no one else bothered by the short single player campaigns of games mentioned in this thread? (CoD, MoH, BioShock Infinite, Skyrim)
Ha that last one was a joke. Get it?
Anyways on topic, right now I'm playing Red Dead Redemption (still.) I love this game. Recently bought the Hitman HD Trilogy, can't wait! Also recently bought Final Fantasy 5 for iOs. Commutes will be awesome!
Bought Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe, wanted to shake things up a little bit when my friends and I hang out (we've already played Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter 2010 to death.)
MK vs DCU is delightfully fun. If you can get it for a good price, it's excellent with friends, even passing the controller around while playing story mode. It's just good stupid fun. I recommend. Bought it after playing the demo for Injustice (what kind of moron pays full price for a game on opening day?) Oh wait sorry, half of you are playing Bioshock: Infinite...
I uhh... haven't played a single second of the campaign in Black Ops 2 and played Skyrim for like 40 hours without ever doing the main quest. How long could the Mortal Kombat story possibly be?
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Currently close to halfway through Zelda: Oracle of Seasons.
There's always a town/area that is having some crises that is related to the next dungeon. Sometimes, the game manages to make me feel involved in the plight of the townspeople. Other times, I just feel like I'm in a mindless grind to jump through hoops to get to the next dungeon. This seems to depend on how atmospheric an area is and how good the backstory is. So far, Oracle has done a good job of making me feel involved in the story, although there were a couple times where that wasn't the case.
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When they said "sit down", I stood up.
I have a shocking amount of games on the go currently. Lost Odyssey, though it's been months since I played it now. Fallout: New Vegas with all the expansions. Almost completed the main game years ago before my PS3 died, though the game was basically unplayable on PS3 anyway. Playing it on xbox now but seem to have lost interest for the moment. Resident Evil 6, I've played through Leon and Chris and have just started Jake. Really enjoying that one. And now I'm hooked on Farcry 3.
Too. Many. Games.
“Today a young man on acid realized that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration, that we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves.” – Bill Hicks
Currently playing FEZ and it is fantastic, easily worth the $10. I can't properly explain how cool the game mechanics and art direction is, so check out this video:
I've recently beat The Wonderful End of the World, which is basically just an indie Katamari. It was pretty weird and a lot of fun though.
I bought a game called Drunken Robot Pornography because of the name and the developers, it was pretty fucking fun. You basically just jump around with a jet pack and kill robots with a laser gun.
Also, AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome which is a weird as shit game about base jumping, but it's a lot of fun. You have to stay close to buildings and hit score plates to get points, and try not to die.
After FEZ, I think I'm going to pick up Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon because it's cheap and looks cool as fuck. I really should play some of the games I already own though.
Have you played Binding of Isaac?
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