You're browsing the GameFAQs Message Boards as a guest. Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.
Injustice and no. That's mostly because my internet is terrible which makes multiplayer terrible. STAR LABS was a dissapointment. The story was fun but has no replayability. Random arcade fights are boring on lower difficulties, and too difficult (for me) on higher difficulties.
Although this will change on Tuesday when my $100 version of Madden NFL 25 arrives. That will DEFINITELY be worth the price of the game - the game itself looks to be fantastic, but the pre-order bonus itself is worth $300 or more!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMKUUUvjjzo Fan of: Steelers(6-time Champions), Red Wings(11-time Champions)
I canít remember the last time I bought a game that wasnít at full price. I have no problem buying a game that I know Iíll enjoy at full price. Say what you want, games are still the most affordable media investments as far as dollar-to-value is concerned. Letís seeÖ
DmC-absolutely loved it. Game of course had some issues but as a longtime fan of the DMC series I thought the fresh take on things was great. Really hoping we could see a sequel with more depth to the combat and some better boss battles.
Bioshock Infinite- loved it. Great game, imaginative world and setting, and one of the best stories in the medium. Looking forward to the Rapture DLC!
MGR- the only game I wish I hadnít bought, at any price. Probably the biggest disappointment of the past few years for me. I wonít go too far into it, because Iíd say this game was pretty mediocre in just about every area.
The Last of Us- took a while to really sink itís hooks into me, but once it did, this game is worth all the hype and then some. Fantastically told story with characters you really care about, and a multiplayer experience that Iím looking forward to jumping into.
Rayman Origins- never got around to picking this up until this year, and now that I have, this is probably going to be in my top 5 games for this gen. Well worth a full $60, and I actually got it for $20. Rayman Legends is a game that wasnít even on my radar a few weeks ago, now itís one of my most anticipated games of the year.
Sole exception to this is the game Gone Home, an indie game available on Steam that I picked up for the full asking price of $20. And now Iím FURIOUS that I paid a full $20 for this game. Iím one of the biggest supporters of paying full price for a game and sick of the entitled generation whining for more for lessÖ but this game was just a complete rip-off in every way. $20 for a 2 hour ďgameĒ Iíll never play again?? Ridiculous. Then again, I should have done some research on this one so I have no one to blame but myself; still, I got burned.
None of the games I bought this year were $60. Going through my purchase history, the last game I got that cost that much was Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock in September '10 (and I only spent $55 on it because of a promotional discount). I guess Rock Band 3 counts as well, but I got the game+keyboard bundle.