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Actualllllly. I am playing FFX on my vita. But I only play vita on the train. I actually been just leaving my house and riding the train to the last stop then turning around just to get out the house >.> I think I am going to go with Creed 4. I loved 2 and 3. But I liked 2 more 3 kind of let me down after 2.
I would risk getting RDR for my near dead 360 but some one spoiled the ending for me. I tried ground zeroes but that game was like 10 hours.
The ending is not the point of playing RDR. You need to play that game stat!
This. Seriously This. The most depressing thing about RDR was when it was all done. One of thr true masterpieces of Last Gen. Get it, and enjoy the ride.
What I want is something time consuming to take my mind off things. Stuff with a lot of collectibles, a open world, a storyline that is fairly decent. Maybe some fun action. Last game that made me forget about life was Skyrim. Only game I ever played about 20 hours straight with out stopping unless it was to eat or use the restroom. I want something like that.
I only really have a Wii U and Xbox 1. My 360 doesn't work and my ps3 is on it's last legs.
IF no one has mentioned Dark Souls 2 yet, well there you go. Last gen and Xbox 360/PS3, but this gen is bare bones still at this point.
Dead Rising 3 might work for you. I was completely entranced by it as soon as I started playing it. There is quite a bit of collectibles in the game. You could probably get all the achievements for the game by the time Spring Break is over for you.
Anyone else could literally finish Dead Rising 3 in a single full day. It is very shallow, repetitive and over quick
I got a lot of replies thanks guys. I joined a gym this morning and I am playing between Assassin's Creed and Wonderful 101 for laughs. You mentioned a lot of games I played already too. Read Dead will be next on my list. I like strong stories.