Yup, I just need to get me a new RPG, and the local Swap Meet that I go to every weekend(listen, when I can pick up a working turntable for 18 bucks and a box of 2600 games at a quarter a piece, try and keep me away). A guy was selling some really good PS2 games for 15 bucks a piece. It was in brand new condition too, not a single scratch, which surprised me.
Post by Random Weddle on Jun 7, 2005 0:23:57 GMT -5
I picked up Advent Rising for Xbox. The reviews have not been to good but the game is solid. The only thing that bring it down is the framerate sometimes. The gameplay is fun and you can have some crazy moves, the story is very epic and well done, the cut-scenes are well done. The story actually sucks you in.
They say it’s over and I’m fine again, yeah.
Try to stay sober, feels like I’m dying here.
Post by Жatphishjake (tha snake) on Jun 9, 2005 21:50:46 GMT -5
i sold back Brothers In Arms: Road To Hill 30 tonight, it was too damn difficult. i've been stuck on one part for a week, and in that off time kind of lost interest (which I do with alot of games, sadly).
also used my local used games store Gamers "buy it, try it, deny it" deal. i bought Doom3 used back on the 3rd for $37.95, and it's a dollar off each day you keep it if you decide to "deny it." i denied it, and got $31 in store credit back for it.
with my $60 in store credit i picked up...
$37.95, used... i've still got $21 in store credit, so i'll get something else in the next few days.
I picked up a copy of Secret of Mana off of ebay the other day. I always regretted getting rid of it, and I managed to find it for a good price, with the box and instructions.
Secret of Mana rocks... although I'm stuck on this one in' boss I cannot beat no matter how hard I try.
Some of the bosses are a lot easier if you have three people playing at the same time. That way, you can all do spells pretty much non-stop, and kick their ass. There was some Tiger-type boss I remember giving me trouble. Honestly, I haven't played it in years.