Gamespot blogs don't have a common space in my life for me to put as much time into them as I'd like - it probably won't ever be like that due to the fact that I have plans to start a gaming website of some kind.
I surpassed owning 200 games this year. My XBox 360 stack comes up to my waist. And at least 6 games are going to be added to that stack before the year's out. It has been an alright year for games to be quite honest. MW2 had it's up and downs but hopefully CoD: Black Ops will knock us all out of the water once again - a game I do believe will be without doubt the best game of 2010 [tied with Halo Reach].
So onto the games I will be purchasing:
Halo Reach Limited Edition
I'm a big fan of individuals that put in an incredibly huge amount of time into creating games/game franchises the way companies such as Bungie, Bethesda, Dice, Valve and Treyarch do. Which is why the Limited Edition was a no-brainer. If I could, I would have definitely gone for the Legendary Edition - but I may purchase that at a later date. Looking forward bigtime to the multiplayer as well as the campaign of course.
Fallout: New Vegas
Being a big fan of both Fallout 3 and the incredibly unique music score that made it stand out as much as it did, I had to make this one of my final purchases of 2010. Really excited for this one also.
So I was a huge fan of Fifa 10 last year, as well as Fifa 09 the year before. I first started with the Fifa franchise back in 1998 and have always loved what they've done [I don't like Pro Evo - sorry.] - initial feelings about the Pro Passing are very positive and the fact that I've seen it all in action really got me excited for Fifa 11.
They put Rooney on the cover again tho. Bloody hell. Lol
Medal Of Honor
I was a little bit sceptical in terms of the beta - but then again I had to remind myself that it was of course just a beta. And this game does indeed prove to be a very successful release. Probably not as much as people thought it would be in regards to it being able to possibly surpass Black Ops [which, if you're smart, will know now is practically impossible.] but I do hope the campaign side of things does give me a lot to enjoy - as well as the multiplayer component.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops Prestige Edition
If you're a gamer who pre-orders games the way I do, you know how fantastic the feeling is when such a masterpiece of a franchise arrives in your mail. When it was Call Of Duty: World At War I had that overwhelming feeling of excitement and joy. Besides, it was my first COD purchase. When it was the turn of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 - again - the huge feeling of excitement. Especially due to the fact that I had purchased the Prestige Edition, and received it a day before release.
But when Call Of Duty: Black Ops arrives, I have no idea how I will feel in terms of being able to describe it. But I know it will be the biggest game I ever have the pleasure of playing. And that Wager Mode and customisation is just begging to have all the time in the world invested in it.
As well as the RC car.