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post #3406 of 4309
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Originally Posted by Jr Mouse View Post

MGS, MGS2, MGS3 and MGS4 are all excellent games. I still need to play MGS Peace Walker, but have heard nothing but good things.

Honestly, MGS3 was one of my all time favorite PS2 games. I'd probably put it at the top of the series, with the 2nd at the bottom.

2 is definitely at the bottom. The other three are REALLY neck and neck for me.
post #3407 of 4309
THe only MGS I've played is 2. shog[1].gif
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MGS 3 i also my favorite, but 1 is very close.

post #3409 of 4309
Anyone going to beta and/or try Elder Scrolls Online?
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LucasArts is closing down frown.gif

A sad day. LucasArts hasn't produced anything good in years, but I have great memories of playing Full Throttle, Dark Forces, and X-Wing.
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MONKEY ISLAND

DAY OF THE TENTACLE!

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god I loved those games
post #3412 of 4309
SAM & MAX

One of my favorite games of all time. I'm also a fan of a lot of the older Star Wars games. Anyone play Rebel Assault? Also was a big fan of Jedi Knight and Shadows of the Empire.

Regarding Metal Gear, 3 is definitely my favorite followed by 1. I did like 4, but I don't really enjoy playing for four minutes and then having to watch a 10 minute cut scene.
post #3413 of 4309

So pumped.
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post #3415 of 4309
the new bioshock is a great game. Haven't enjoyed a single player game this much since halflife 2
post #3416 of 4309
Is the new BioShock's story really good?

My fiancee likes to watch me play games like Mass Effect for the story, so Im deciding if I should get it on 360 so she can watch on the couch, or go it alone on my computer with better control/graphics/sound.
post #3417 of 4309
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Originally Posted by Reggs View Post

Is the new BioShock's story really good?

My fiancee likes to watch me play games like Mass Effect for the story, so Im deciding if I should get it on 360 so she can watch on the couch, or go it alone on my computer with better control/graphics/sound.

So far I am enjoying the story of the new Bioshock. Like the previous Shock games, it will engross you into amazing environments, interesting characters, and a story line that keeps you wanting to push forward.

That's awesome your fiancee enjoys watching you play games for the story. I have a female friend(not a gamer), but she saw me play this game, asked about, and stuck around to watch. The story helps bring up great conversation about such topics as religion and politics that are depicted in the game. Based on that alone, I would recommend getting it on console. You and your fiancee should have some fascinating conversations while playing. Just make sure you pause to chat or else you may miss some dialogue that helps push the story.
post #3418 of 4309
I'm hearing nothing but amazing things about the new Bioshock. Might need to give it a shot.
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post #3420 of 4309
Just finished Bioshock Infinite....the last few moments of the game....wow. This is truly an amazing game. The ending will stick with you long after you've played.

Whatever you do, don't read/watch ending without playing it first. Don't strip yourself from a quality story.
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