The Dark Knight
I was wondering what kind of video games do you like to play why is that your favorite game and who are your favorite characters from the game?
I thought I was the only one that played with dolls! A buddy of mine mentioned that to me, and now whenever I play sims that's all I can think of: I'm playing with virtual dolls.Favourite of all time would have to be F16 Combat Pilot, you got to lead a whole Squadron in the finish.
Current Favourites are: DoW2:Retribution, Sims3, UT2k4, Quake Wars. At the moment I seem to play Dow2 the most, followed by Sims3.
Favourite Character is an interesting one, I would probably say Commissar Holt from way back in Final Liberation, he was pretty cool.
Actually a Psychologist buddy of mine pointed out Sims is really for control freaks who like to play God. Nothing to do with dolls.Ultima 7. Best video game ever. My favorite character has to be Canderous Ordo from the first KOTOR. That guy just grew on me. Like a rat and a pellet, I loved opening his dialogue in that game.
I thought I was the only one that played with dolls! A buddy of mine mentioned that to me, and now whenever I play sims that's all I can think of: I'm playing with virtual dolls.
My work computer is on the older side, so when I'm killing time, I tend to play either Dawn of War (I'm not sure if it can run DoW2) or Sims3. At home, it's either Space Marine or Geometry Wars 2.
Almost all of them Skyward Sword didn't catch my "fancy" I love the Zelda games but lets be honest all of them are not as great as people say they are. I think sometimes some of them just feed off the previous great ones. I hate when a series of a game is good then it gets worse but still gets outstanding ratings because the previous games were good and people eat it up.The Entire Zelda series - Link is the man!!
Pretty much except I don't really feel obliged to get the latest game. I will not sign my life to a series.oh, you mean sort of like Call of Duty, Gears, Halo, etc... and just a lot of the bandwagon series where you can have mixed feelings about them, but you still feel sort of obliged to get the latest installment just because of how some of the earlier games in the series may have been, and also partially because it's fairly likely all the people you play with online will be getting it, so you have to as well in order to continue playing with them.
Guess you really can't stop it then if you lose online friends.It depends, my life is sort of signed away to whatever series my friends end up playing so I can continue to socialize with them. Whether I like the game or not, sorta the price I'm paying to maintain the long distance relationship with many of them (having gone our separate ways throughout the course of our careers), though usually I can find something to entertain me in most games so its at least somewhat enjoyable.
Locally though, it's pretty much the same for me with 40k, I mainly continue to play it currently because it's what my group is into... as well as the only thing we can play at the GW FLGS. So I put up with playing that despite my growing interest in Infinity, which has yet to spark enough interest in the others to start searching for a place we could game at outside the FLGS (which is closing in 2 weeks anyways, so shrug on what they'll do after its gone).
You know, I never played Baldur's Gate, but the whole "Go for the eyes, Bu!" was renown throughout my gaming group. I think he inspired many a D&D character back in the day.X-Com is by far my favorite game of all time. It had the best elements of role-playing, strategy, sand box and tactical gameplay to make THE best game ever!! My favorite character was Minsc from baldur's gate. He was a barbarian with brain damage. He carried with him his miniature giant space hamster, bu, who also was his god. Minsc was voiced by Jim Cummings and says some of the best lines in gaming history, "go for the eyes bu, go for the eyes!"