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    What game are you playing right now?

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    About to go to EB games and pick up Sonic Generations, or maybe that Sonic cart racing game; The demo was fun as hell.

    Got so many games on the go, atleast I'll be busy for awhile. If I can find BLOPS 2 for under 60$, I'll be playing tonight Kuro.
    If you get blops 2 and looking for peeps to play with, add me too mate. PSN: gersfc same as my user here.

    On topic: Played Blops 2 this morning, gave up though due to the amount of camping

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    just finished Mafia II last night, sure its just another open world GTA type game but i really enjoyed the story I give it a 8.5 out of 10
    would of gave it a 9 but there is a few glitchy things especially when you sneak up to choke someone out you sometimes miss the person but it still drops them

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    God of war ascension in about 3 hours...

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    I'll be starting Bioshock Infinite in a few minutes
    I can read your thoughts.


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    Ada's campaign in RE6.
    Leon and Ada.....best campaigns for my best couple in gaming
    I wonder when a nuclear warhead goes off, does the frame rate of real life drop?

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    Bioshock Infinite, DUST 514 & Skyrim.

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    Right now I'm re-playing the first entries of Uncharted, Infamous, and Motorstorm.

    I forgot how $#@!ing awesome these games were. I love the 'raw' feeling that they exude. Sometimes too much refinement (Uncharted 3, Motorstorm Apocalypse) takes away from the fun, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by admartian View Post
    Just finished the Wlaking Dead on PC. What a great game. Can't wait for the second series.
    One of my favorites in the last couple of years. So totally different. And man, did it emotionally invest me in the story. Good, good stuff. I was considering what to play next now that I've finished the AC DLC. Maybe I'll play Walking Dead again and make different choices to see how it effects things.

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    I'm gonna start P4G in a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandWazoo View Post
    One of my favorites in the last couple of years. So totally different. And man, did it emotionally invest me in the story. Good, good stuff. I was considering what to play next now that I've finished the AC DLC. Maybe I'll play Walking Dead again and make different choices to see how it effects things.
    All I have to say is...$#@! Kenny. What a pain in the ass...
    Some of the different choices are kinda neat, but it doesn't change a whole lot in the grand scheme of things.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir_Scud View Post
    All I have to say is...$#@! Kenny. What a pain in the ass...
    Some of the different choices are kinda neat, but it doesn't change a whole lot in the grand scheme of things.
    $#@! Lilly! Talk about $#@!blocked!
    Be Together - Not the same.



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    Skyrim, just finished the first side-quest in the forge in RIVERWOOD and going to do some RANDOMNESS
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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    Skyrim, just finished the first side-quest in the forge in RIVERWOOD and going to do some RANDOMNESS
    You love your Elder Scrolls games mate lol

    Just playing FF Tactics on iOS

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    I sure do... But i am playing and enjoying them, but i am doing a group here on the forum about the ELDER SCROLLS GAMES

    Come and check it out

    http://www.psu.com/forums/group.php?groupid=47
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    World Cup Qualifier on TV so hopped on the PC for Oblivion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttech10 View Post
    World Cup Qualifier on TV so hopped on the PC for Oblivion.
    were are you in Oblivion
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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    were are you in Oblivion
    Got it installed last night, been running around the Imperial City talking to people and selling items. Forgot how much I enjoyed this game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    I sure do... But i am playing and enjoying them, but i am doing a group here on the forum about the ELDER SCROLLS GAMES

    Come and check it out

    http://www.psu.com/forums/group.php?groupid=47
    Never played Skyrim even although I own it. But played Oblivion and loved it. Sure I'l check out your group, will come in handy when I finally start Skyrim I'm sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttech10 View Post
    Got it installed last night, been running around the Imperial City talking to people and selling items. Forgot how much I enjoyed this game.
    Here is a really handy video about the ability to breath under water forever and now remember you have to repair... But you have too increase your repair ability.. But it is worth it

    Only use it in dark areas and in the water

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    Finally started P4G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gersfc View Post
    Never played Skyrim even although I own it. But played Oblivion and loved it. Sure I'l check out your group, will come in handy when I finally start Skyrim I'm sure
    Thanks, it is theories and randomness areas in skyrim and GLITCHES of importance... So please read and hope you like
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    Tomb Raider, this game is absolutely amazing! I've only played Uncharted 1 (not finished it though) and Uncharted 3 multiplayer beta. I know most people love this franchise, but this game is WAY! better than the Uncharted series, so if you like adventure games this one's a must.


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    Had afew hours on Far Cry 3 today finally after getting it at Christmas! Enjoying it so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    Thanks, it is theories and randomness areas in skyrim and GLITCHES of importance... So please read and hope you like
    Impressive amount of work you've put in to mate. You know your $#@! lol

    Playing Legends of Dragoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gersfc View Post
    Impressive amount of work you've put in to mate. You know your $#@! lol

    Playing Legends of Dragoon
    Thanks friend... It is all my own theories, check out the RANDOMNESS and my theory on NPC's Back Hostroy
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