I'm hiding in the bathroom because I really don't want to go to work. Save me!
I mean that my ability to use Batman's toolset to maximum potential will never be good enough to make dent in those challenges (my predator encounters in the campaign are typically scrappy affairs).
I'm the opposite - campaign is the meat and drink of any Arkham game as far as I' concerned. The challenge rooms just mock me with game playing skills I'll never be able to master.
F.E.A.R Origins: The Origin of Project Origin. Day one buy right there.
Bioware did when that company made the trophies and achievements. I am liking that Dragon Age: Origins, but the story does not interest me very much. I am paying attention to the dialogue and choosing not to read the codex entries.
I am pleased the PGD Lounge is stickied again. This is how it should be in my opinion.
Finished my first Dragon Age: Origins playthrough over the weekend and gosh was it good; I can't remember the last time a game has gripped me so tightly. It wasn't a clean finish though - no tactical finesse here, I just dressed myself in my thickest armour, gripped my stoutest axe and hurled myself at the foe. The battle against the archdemon was particularly scrappy. After he had disposed of my teammates we slugged it out toe to toe, one finger poised over the quick heal button, all thoughts of fighting intelligently surrendered to the simple rhythm of axe going up, axe going down. Ugly to be sure, but the beast was slain and the Blight ended, and I don't think anyone could ask for more than that.
I enjoyed the Codex entries - they really help to give the world life. Among other things we get to sample dwarven poetry with its fondess for haikus and Dr Seuss references.