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About I grew up gaming on the following platforms: Atari 2600, Colecovision, Intellivision, Vic 20, C64, NES, Amiga, PC, Xbox. Fondest memories are of C64 and Colecovision.
Favorite Genre(s) Action, Adventure, Platform
Favorite game ever Fallout 3
The first video game I remember playing Pong
My rig: PC, Xbox One
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End
"The single player story is about 18-20 hours long. Pretty much follows the same formula as the last game. Run around the world finding clues and chasing down a mythical treasure all while avoiding a former partner and his hired mercenary army. This time the story revolves around pirates and along with buddy Sully popping up once in a while, your partners in crime are your long lost brother and your wife. Lots of exploring and platforming, some ridiculously simple puzzle solving and occasional gun battles. The story borders on soap opera territory. The soundtrack is orders of magnitude inferior to previous outings. This franchise isn't what it once was, especially since original writer and producer Amy Hennig left. Still, it is somewhat fun and definitely pretty."
Played: July 24th - July 31st
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
"If you are fan of traditional COD games, you probably won't like this one. On the other hand, if you find most COD games boring and unmemorable, you may like this one. I like it a lot. The single player campaign is fairly short at about 10 hours but is well-written, well-acted and features a variety of mission types which include ground assaults, space dogfighting, ship assaults, station assaults and even gunfights in space. There isn't that much variance between similar types of missions, but the story, high attention to detail and different weapon types keep the game interesting. The game consists of main story missions and optional side missions. I recommend doing all of the side missions as they present themselves. The Zombie game can be played solo, local co-op or network co-op. There is of course also standard local and network multiplayer."
Played: July 5th - July 21st
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes
"This is a pretty easy game though it is quite vast if you include all the optional stuff. Completing the main story completes 15-20% of the game. The rest is in optional side missions and quests. The writing is aimed at children and the voice acting is uneven. A handful of characters are voiced by their MCU actors, but most aren't. There are about 100 Marvel universe characters that can be unlocked and played. The whole game can be played solo or couch co-op. The way co-op is handled on screen is pretty cool and befitting of a comics-based game."
Played: June 15th - June 28th
Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend
"Played the PS3 remastered version. Decent story, decent upgraded graphics. Controls are a little clunky compared to the newer games. I liked the puzzles. This outing has way more boss fights than any other TR game I've played. Not very long."
Played: May 21st - May 28th
Tomb Raider: Underworld
"The graphics and gameplay in this title are quite good. The story isn't bad but they could have put more effort into finishing off the story, especially with regards to the supporting characters, after the final fight. All-in-all, probably my favorite Tomb Raider game. And to this day, in 2020, it remains the final Tomb Raider story, chronologically-speaking, since the three games released after this one are all prequels. Will Lara ever have another adventure after this one or has she retired? LOL."
Played: May 4th - May 12th
Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
Played: March 15th - March 30th