Dec
22
2013

Oh, right. Christmas week.

It’s gonna be a sloooooooow week for politics, God willing.

:pause:

So, what video games are all y’all looking forward to?  I don’t know, I’m trying to put off doing the dishes.

14 Comments

  • nighttwister says:

    Since they no longer sell video games that only require a joystick and one button, I don’t think I’ll be getting any. Honestly, I never made the transition to multiple buttons, and every time I attempt it, people watching me just point and laugh.

    • Crawford says:

      I saw a mock-Atari 2600 console at Kroger’s. It had 100 games loaded on it, and wireless controllers shaped like the originals.

      • nighttwister says:

        Problem is, I wasn’t really any good back then either. Quick reflexes are required for video gaming. Mine could not be fairly described even as slow.

  • acat says:

    I’d settle for a version of Dwarf Fortress that doesn’t throw “Nemesis load failure” after I’ve got the basic infrastructure built out.
    .
    Mew

  • Aruges says:

    Getting a WiiU. Nintendo games are a requirement. Will get a PS4 or an XBone next year when there are games I want to play on them. PC games will tide me over till then.

  • sicsemperstolidissimum says:

    Well, there is supposed to be a new Gemcraft out January.
    .
    I guess I’m also waiting on the retail expansion in Billy Versus SNAKEMAN.

  • Luke says:

    Destiny, but that’s a year out. Titanfall, but not enough to buy it before the price drops. That’s really about it. Of course, I’ve got a backlog of games I haven’t yet had a chance to play… Yet.
    .
    Although I am intrigued by Device 6 for the iPad. I think I’m going to have to get it.

  • sicsemperstolidissimum says:

    I just found out that there is going to be a SRW Z3. They are adding in gundam Unicorn and FMP. Plus, it is another two part game, they are apparently doing the second raid in one, so two might have the rest of the novels/manga, and hence the ARX-8.

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