Discussion in 'Gaming' started by MangoPandemic, Aug 24, 2010.
Marvel Strike Force....
... (if you play, say hello)
Honestly I had the same idea. I pre-ordered them both at the same time. Never thought I'd finish AC before RDR2 but why not give it a try. Never did though so a little break from AC. Honestly I thought Assassin's Creed had the worst pre-order download bonus (server errors so I had better gear when it finally turned up) but Red Dead have taken the biscuit. My pre-order bonus horse appears to be blind as it keeps running into trees :')
I'm currently playing like I did read this post
"BUT THE REALISM!!"
lol, I'm a mixed bag on RDR, mainly because I'm immensely enjoying Origins. Then I have Tomb Raider to finish, then more AC with Odyssey.
I'm loving Red Dead Redemption but honestly out of the two I prefer Assassin's Creed. Just seems a bit quicker paced. Will definitely be going back to AC before I'm finished with RDR. Tomb Raider is also on my wishlist so will be getting that when I'm done with these two.
I'm considering going all retro with a SNES Mini
21 games. Not all are great, but for me there are enough good ones to justify the purchase.
Besides, I reckon the original Mario Karts will be a challenge for my daughter, and may give me a chance of winning. The newer versions are easier to play. Well that's my excuse
I LOVE LOVE LOVE my SNES Classic, and then I went ahead and got the NES Classic. Totally worth it.
I've never owned a Nintendo. Actually that's a lie, a friend once swapped his N64 and a few games for my copy of Half-Life on the PC. I turned him down a few times as he was screwing himself over and I felt guilty, but he was persistent so I thought what the hell. I missed Half-Life Was always a saga kid myself. My first gaming device (unless I count the family Amstrad) was the Game Gear. Leaps and bounds ahead of the Gameboy at the time which I suppose was it's downfall. The battery just couldn't keep up with that colour screen. Prince of Persia was one of the games that got me into gaming. Even back then though I did wonder how his arms didn't rip off when he fell four screens and eventually managed to catch hold of a ledge
Do you wonder why these little retro consoles are selling so well, and people are going back to classic arcade games? Nostalgia is part of it of course, but I feel like today's modern games have lost the innovation. I won't buy a current games console, because all I'm getting are prettier versions of existing game franchises - Call Of Duty:Whatever, Need For Speed etc.
Do I want to blow £300 to return to something I've played to death? For me, the SNES Mini makes a lot of sense, I think it'll be fun returning to these old classics.
I still have my old SNES, my old N64, and a lot of games hehehe I also still somehow have my gameboy and a few games. It is really ultra hard to find fighting games for all three platforms these days, luckily I have a copy of every fighting game that was on that time It took extra time trying to track down final fantasy three for my SNES though... I still heart the game, but in the end I quit trying to kill Kefa...
Sure my loyality these days may still have PS3, but as a child, it belonged with nintendo
On topic, just finished up Cube Escape : Harvey's Box, Cube Escape : Seasons, and a few weeks back Cube Escape : Paradox
** downloaded De blob 2, and tekken tag tourament two of my ps3 only yesterday...
I know what I'll be playing if this is true: https://www.techspot.com/news/77223-rumor-nintendo-64-classic-edition-announced-month.html
I'm playing Red Dead Redemption 2 on my PC and Clash of Clans on my phone.
Tow 18. A forum game.