Jun 30, 2011

Time for the next edition of What Are We Playing!

Joe has been keeping himself quite busy with Halo 3: ODST, Civilization 4 (he still won’t play a game against Josh for fear of extreme ridicule). Alan Wake has been keeping him awake at night, so to put himself to sleep he plays Dead Space on his iPad… He hasn’t slept in days.

Matt just returned from a long sojourn to Hong Kong where he battled strange food and small toilets and is beginning to recuperate by blowing things up in Just Cause 2, and subsequently writing a killer review about the experience. Matt has also been playing Bioshock 2 after being intrigued from the new Bioshock Infinite trailer @ E3.

Josh has recently acquired an iPad2 and is addicted to AoD (see Joe’s review) and has lost all semblance of normal life due to the constant Words With Friends games he has been playing, his current record stands at 16-4.

Wolverton #2 (Review)

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  1. I beat Bioshock 2 on Tuesday night. I’ll have a review up soon. Otherwise I’m focusing on Alan Wake and I’ll start Force Unleashed 2 this weekend.

  2. I’m in the middle of Infamous 2, and taking advantage of my free PSP games that Sony offered a few weeks back. I picked Killzone: Liberation and Little Big Planet PSP and I’m about halfway through both of them.

    Every once in a while I boot up Fallout: New Vegas to do a few missions here and there. It’s hard to get motivated to play that game….

    • Yeah, Fallout: New Vegas just missed for me. That and the original are a little buggy, so that makes it hard for me to go back and earn 100% on it. I would have rather seen a little more time in between those titles and more upgrades and enhancements to the game, even though it got game of the year, there is always room for improvement.

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