Jelle Klap wrote:The DLC focussing on Daud was pretty good as well.
Bear Bibeault wrote:For me, I still have a sizable stack of PS3 games that I have yet to play (as well as some favorites that I want to replay), so I have no incentive to buy into a PS4 at this point.
Robert D. Smith wrote:I was very excited to play Destiny And while I like the game, really like the environment and story line, I found that it is yet another game that seems geared towards forcing one to group. Yes, I know -- that's what the MP stands for, but some of us like to solo.
Have played all the Dragon Age games.
Bear Bibeault wrote:Anyone have an upfront opinion on Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare?
I've enjoyed previous CoD games. I'm wondering if the advanced weaponry aspect will add something fresh and new to the game series.
Jan de Boer wrote:It is probably really peculiar for a software engineer, but I never play computer games. I am sorry! I guess I am a little strange.
I liked 2. Bad press and all. I found it quite a bit less tedious than the first game. And the Templar story line was great. Lot more options in choosing skills, and outside of a little (game) money, painless to change from one path to another.
Bear Bibeault wrote:I've only played Origins (multiple times with various character classes). Dragon Age 2 got so much bad press, I've avoided it thus far.
Bear Bibeault wrote:I'm wondering if the advanced weaponry aspect will add something fresh and new to the game series.
Gregg Bolinger wrote:This is an older picture as our collection has grown a bit since, but it is a good indication as to the games we like to play.
Ryan McGuire wrote:My latest obsession is Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes.
My latest obsession is Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes. You could say it's a tabletop game that uses a PC or Mac as one of the components. One person is "stationed" at the PC, which shows a bomb with various wires to cut, knobs to turn, buttons to press or passwords to enter. The other person has a printout of the bomb defusal manual, which has instructions for, as the name suggests, defusing the bomb. The person with the PC can't see the manual, and the person with the manual can't see the PC screen.