5. Divinity Original Sin
4. Smash Bros
3. Binding of Isaac Rebirth
2. Wolf Among Us
1.Lego Marvel Superheroes
I find this game endlessly captivating for reasons I can't really articulate. I guess it's got flair
999 was a great puzzle/mystery/visual novel game for the DS that I know some people on this site like. What I didn't know until last week was that Virtue's Last Reward is a game that exists. It's 999's sequel and it's just as good. Very happy discovery for me, but I'm very disappointed in all of...
Remake the game so early? Hasn't the original been out for like 3 years at this point?
Either way, when I first heard the new stuff, my reaction was very negative. It's grown on me since then, and the choral flourishes are nifty, but the original is one of my all time favorite soundtracks, so...
Persona 4 is also my all time fave, and P3 Portable is nipping at its heels in terms of quality. The original P3 was great but with a few glaring flaws in my book, but P3P addresses all those flaws- the most key change for me being that the writing is way better for the female route. All in all...
Just gameplay stuff? I got the Binding of Isaac DLC, the Don't Starve DLC, and the Lego Marvel DLC all on sale for maybe $10 total.
If League of Legends skins count, I'd rather not do that math for my own peace of mind
For CoD 4, I skimmed through the achievements and saw one about killing 4 or 5 enemies with a single grenade launcher shot that just seemed like it would be especially tricky. I started up the campaign and ended up getting that achievement on my very first shot of the entire game.
I read six issues of She-Hulk doing superhero law, and the strength of those six issues puts her near the top of my favorite superheroes list for all time. I would watch the hell out of this theoretical show.
All around good stuff. Crooked Man was good with his scheming mastermind deal, Nerissa doing that Nerissa thing, and Bloody Mary's true form is the most unsettling video game design I've seen in recent memory. Off to reread the first 100 issues of Fables over and over until they bring in...
So I got myself a nice shiny foil Summer Adventure trading card with about 12 hours left in the Steam sale, so I thought "maybe I'll try that newfangled market I've heard so much about." I popped my card in for a dollar or so, went to sleep, and checked my email to find a confirm on my trade...