There are two games I plan on playing. I kept this two games for an entire year and I still don’t got the money or motivation to buy both. Thats the curse I have: I wait until games I wish to play are available for a very low price before I get my hands on them. But I guess, with the start of my new full time job, I have the ability to buy games a bit earlier now.
The first game I plan on playing is a sequel to a game which I enjoyed very much. It’s one of these games that really gave me hours of fun and motivation to complete them. I am talking about “Uncharted: Drakes Fortune”. The game surprised me very much. It was my first Playstation 3 Exclusive that I got. The gameplay as well as the story, the characters and the plot totally fill my taste for a good game. Even If I never managed to unlock all trophies of that title, since the twelfth chapter on the hardest difficulty “crushed” is above my gaming skills, I have to get my hands on the sequel “Among Thiefs”.
The second game I plan on playing on my Playstation 3 is “Bayonetta”. I know, the graphics of the PS3 release are worst than the graphics of its counterpart on X360. But it’s the gamepad that will give me advantage over the clumsy X360 pad design. Especially hack and slash games require the healthy design of the PS gamepads. I love this games that take place in weird worlds with extraordinary characters and at first confusing plots. Bayonetta is one of this games and I am looking forward to experience it.
Honestly, I’ll post an article/review once I got that games standing in my shelf!
You have mentioned before that you are not a game collector. Have you considered Gamefly or Goozex? If you don’t plan on growing a game collection, you can play a game until you are done with it and move on.
I also must respectfully disagree with your controller preference, but, you are entitled to your preference. The 360 controller seems to have a more ergonomic feel compared to the Dual Shock 3. Also, I can’t stand that the L2/R2 triggers aren’t triggers, the button curves away from your finger making it easier to slide off. The 360 trigger is a trigger so your finger never slides off, but, to each his own, you will have fun with Uncharted 2.
There are only two consoles I played the most on in my gaming life, which are Sega and Playstation consoles. I experience the 360 pad as too big and the buttons separated as too wide for my hands, but I guess it just needs more practice to use it well.
Anyways, trading or selling games again once I completed them is no option for me. Sure, I am no collector, but I like to keep the games I purchased forever in case of wanting to experience them again someday. You can say that I collect memories instead of large archives of any possible game.
Each his own. It’s great to meet so many different types of gamers around the world, since there is no one else (only one that died) in my private life that spares the same passion like me.