I think I was playing Black Ops II when DmC came out. Now in hindsight I can say that was a waste of time and I should have played Bayonetta instead, lol. --- The internet in a nutshell: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaHarYdJ2O8
#2DMANSLANDPosted 9/20/2013 2:44:15 AM
I got a 360 around that time, so I proceeded to play Bayonetta,Dust, and SF4 on 360. No regrets --- PSN: DMANSLAND GT: DMANSLANDs
#3LordKaizerPosted 9/20/2013 3:20:25 AM
I was on my 20TH run on all mega man games (not including spin offs except for command mission and the battle network series) to celebrate Mega Man 25TH anniversary. --- PSN: Sckarton ; Wii U: Sckarton ; Steam: psn_sckarton ; Xbox Live : Raze o Skarreor (boy, that escalated quickly)
#4Rising_shadowPosted 9/20/2013 3:21:11 AM
I played the hell out of my Revengeance demo and got a cheap copy of RE6. Even after I was done with RE6 I just kept playing the demo until the actual game was out. --- Frank Zappa is God. Fact. King of Heroes, do you have enough swords?!
#5StrelokPosted 9/20/2013 4:22:38 AM
MGR. A purchase I did not regret. --- Goodbye Bubbles, dearest of pets. I'll miss you, always. 2nd June 2004 - 22nd August 2009 http://i1120.photobucket.com/albums/l493/TTripweed/Haiguyz.jpg
#6aznghostbusterPosted 9/20/2013 7:17:13 AM
I was still playing a bit of Borderlands 2 along with my friends, but as soon as Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance came out, I was instantly hooked. Bought the game brand spankin' new (which I rarely do nowadays) and I don't regret it. --- Stay salty, folks...
#7Ether101Posted 9/20/2013 7:17:43 AM
Anarchy Reigns and MGR. --- Gamers have lost their pride. Complacency can be a sin.
#8ArmoredElderPosted 9/20/2013 8:05:57 AM
Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale --- "There is nothing more dark than one's own soul..." Mr. Selatcia, Metalocalypse PSN: VonStoogiN Feel free to add me. I tend to play PS All-Stars
#9rice_noodlesPosted 9/20/2013 8:57:38 AM
It only has better aerial combat than DmC (not that it's difficult to...)
#10UltimateGeth39Posted 9/20/2013 9:05:32 AM
MGR --- "There's always a man, a lighthouse, a city."