Gah don't get me started on Dark Sector, Turok or Golden Axe, but Castle Crashers and JC2? I mean I can see how you could consider JC2 average if you go into it looking for story, but I practically can't fault Castle Crashers, especially as a party game.Michailov said:Dark Sector: Twas alright
Turok (360): THROATSLICINKNIFE SHALL LIVE IN MY MEMORIES FOREVER
Golden Axe Beast Rider (360): Only regrets
Facebreaker: Good times
Warhammer Mark of Chaos: meh
Castle Crashers: meh
Perfect Dark: regrets
Just Cause 2: alright
King Arthur Rpgwargame: had it for a year installed on steam. never played it.
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Disregard ALL IGN reviews, even if you agree with them. I don't trust those guys one bit.park92 said:
*readying flame torch + flame arrow, etcBoredDragon said:God, I know I'm going to get hate for this, but I would have to say Halo: Reach.
*flame shields up*
I was completely turned off the multiplayer due to the fanbase who seemed to always be either completely obsessive about the game or idiotic. This really only left me with the single player and custom games with friends, since the extent of customization in firefight made it less fun for some reason >.>
The single player was kind of fun but bored me a lot since most levels, with a few exceptions, seem to be just a series of firefight matches. Plus, the story was kind of predictable with a few plot cop-outs (Kat's death). As for custom games, I could never really find another really fun game mode, just a fun challenge map every once in a while.
Overall, it felt like an average game in the end with the flaws evening out with the fun I had