I especially loved loading up the premade cities that were already full out metropolises and just destroying everything.
OMG...I just got this from a classmate of mine:
I yelled like a little pregnant schoolgirl in the inside.
Bought Halo: ODST on sale today.
Have not really played it yet but it is a good deal for 20 bucks, plus I get a lot of DLC maps for Halo 3 for free.
Just got myself a refurbished Ps3 with trinity universe and God of War 3. . along with a 32" samsung. :33333
I bought Golden Sun: Dark Dawn on the Nintendo DS system for a friend as a Christmas present.
I myself have already finished the game, btw.
Dark Dawn is so December. =\ Great game nonetheless.
Lol! I'm playing that right now. >:)
And my last purchase was probably the Kinect and a Play and Charge kit for the 360.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, AC: Brotherhood, Fable 3, and Dragon Age: Origins.
Still trying to understand what it is about this game that made me buy it. >_>
I just bought the new Back to the Future game off of Steam and it reminds me why pc gamers sit so high in their ivory towers :P
So Trinity Universe was totally not giving me my RPG fix, so I went and Picked up Atelier Rorona.
I'll see if this does me any justice.
Got dragon quest 9 and it surprised me to be honest. Its a great game and I didn't see it coming. To bad you can't get party members to talk though. Its kinda creepy having them just following you... stalking you... at least they help in battle :unsure:
Need for Speed Undercover for my phone.
I am new to the world of smartphone games as this is my first game on my smartphone and the controls are surprisingly good and of course it still has that great Need for Speed car customization that its console/PC counterparts also have.
Blazblue: Continuum Shift
R4 chip. It'll come in a couple weeks hopefully. I wanna play Pokemon Black and White on DS not PC. It'll be the first Pokemon I've played since Red/Blue/Yellow. Hah!
You don't need to understand Pokemon. It's Pokemon. =_=
Your logic is flawed. It's an RPG. You need to understand RPGs to play them. That is all. End of discussion. If it were a fighting game, hell yeah, I'd import. I did that with Battle Stadium DON on PS2 and Jump Superstars for DS. But guess what? It's not. Sorry. Too bad. I'm not gonna play Pokemon and not know if I'm about to click on tackle, hyper beam or leer. HELLLLLL NO. F that, sorry.
Actually everyone did NOT import it and magically understood it. That's why there's a fan translation of the game, obviously. Yeah, the overall concept is easy to understand. But the items, pokemon and pokemon moves are NOT in english. I'm not gonna guess or have to memorize Japanese characters for a potion or a pokeball when I can play it in English. Not to mention it DOES have a story. Not an in depth one like other RPGs, but it does. The main character is traveling at the same time as his friends. I would not have understood if they were friends or not without that. I would not understand what Team Rocket is up to without a translation and I wouldn't know where to go if I had to backtrack and someone told me to do so.
Just drop it. It's an RPG, it has a story and it's a PAIN IN THE *** if you can't understand what's going on, especially during battle.
EDIT: Hell if I'm going to accidentally replace a cool move with a sucky one when my pokemon level up.