That you mentioned you were playing it with your kids just brought back some great memories for me. My family wasn't making NES money back in the '80s, but we did have the SMS with a bunch of great games. My mom and I would sit down and play Ghostbusters on the SMS a lot when I came home from school. And as it turns out, the SMS version was superior to the NES version . I still have the same SMS, and it still works great.
Still my all time favorite video game! I can't wait for the Revision mod. Just hope it doesn't take as long as the Nameless Mod.
I just got into the EQ Landmark beta for 7 days, so I guess I'll pay playing that. It gets the worst FPS on my computer. Like lowest settings are high 30s - low 40s. I put it on ultra anyways so I'm getting a solid 20 fps. Pretty smooth all things considered. Perhaps it's inaccurate.
Best Buy was running a Buy 1 Get 1 FREE starting today on select 3DS games. Woke up and every single location within a 50 mile radius of me was sold out of the games worth getting. Online was already bone dry, they sold out within like 2 hours.
I recalled that Walmart often times will price match Best Buy ad's. But only with the physical ad. We don't get the paper so my wife volunteered to drive to a local BB to get the ad then go to WM. First WM denied they would match the offer, same with the second WM. However after a few minutes of bickering I guess she got her way and she sent me this photo of my son holding the treasure!
So this is what I'll be playing this weekend and all this week since we're heading on a family vacation all week.
You should really be playing them in order, though. It's really satisfying taking the same Shepard through the whole story. Plus, you start at level 30 in ME3 and I think level 10 in ME2 if you import a Shepard from the previous game.Master [H];1040972309 said:Now that ME3 is finished, going backwards in the series to ME2.
going to try Defiance along with the other games mentioned above just heard a lot about Defiance it's free to play since mid june Trion game so it should be ok.
Finishing up Grandia 2 on the Dreamcast. Had this game for years but never finished it. Picked it up from an old save. I had to relearn all the ins and outs of combat, power ups, mana, magic, special moves. JRPGs tend to be long with repetitive gameplay. And the story is crazy, like convoluted. But I am enjoying it, playing a couple or 3 hours in the evenings.
Loved Grandia 2, beat it at least 3 times. I have it for the PC though.