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Fight for the lost.
On January the 24 this year I was hit with the plague. My Xbox 360 pro suffered from a lethal E74. I tried the fixes but none of them worked. Today however I am proud to say that I am the owner of a brand new Jasper chipped console. I have a lot to do. I had to sell a lot of my games to get here but most of them I didn't really want anymore anyway. I am now left with only 7 and the 3 month gold subscription that I had purchased has run out while I was away from the controller. I have however formulated a list of games I should get.
Mass Effect 2
Dragon Age: Origins
Fallout 3: GOTY
Call of Duty: World at War
*Medal of Honour: Airborne
*Assassins Creed 2
Rock Band 2
I don't have a lot of them yet but I'm working on it. One game at a time. I should also like to explore some newer games. Red Dead: Redemption seems very interesting, even thought I have never actually liked any of the grand theft auto games. I will also keep working on my GS which is now at just over 13000 points. Until next week and remember, the only good TK is a dead TK. Keep Gaming!
The day has finally come when I can safely say that no one can call me a n00b. I have, finally reached 7000 GamerScore. Now that doesn't seem like much but considering I have only 13 games 8 of which have online achievements I believe that It is an exceptional score. In fact, my approximate calculations add up to 11000 total offline possible GS of which 7000 looks tiny. But still...
It is however almost ironic when I say that I am almost completely done with MoH Airborne meaning that the final 75 GS for completeng the game on hard will lob it over the line. Oh well. Can't just sit there can I?
I am however still thinking about new games and it has come to my attention that CoD 5 is said to have the best multiplayer. Too bad I have absolutely NO money. So I'm trying to get a good job, hopefuly at a bookstore and manage to get myself some cash. Maybe I'll get lucky... Other prospects for the upcoming holiday include LOTS of slothing around and a possible Assassins creed guide that I've been working on.
It takes me hours of thinking and dedicated research to decide to buy a game. Achievements, plot, reviews and a lot of price and game manual checks. But once again another game passes the test. This time it's Fable 2. Long have I been deciding upon this latest addition. As an rpg it immediatly passed into my field of interest and what struck me even more was the whole life simulator. I thought Oblivion was realitic but man was I wrong. After the long hours of painstacking reading I finally brought the game and realised I had stumbled upon a trove.
The simplisity! It kills me! No 21 separate skills but 3! And yet so functional! And the whole community, the ebb and flow. Oblivion could only dream to live up to it. Alas it ends too soon. For a game so great only to be limited by its size! It is madness! I am devout to it but I know that It will end too quickly. For even though Oblivion is nothing as complicated as this it is so much bigger. So much more to do in comparison. But I enjoy it while it lasts and recomend it to all who favor life sims or rpgs.
But now the search begins again...
And I need a new selection.
It would seem I must start the process again. Mass Effect seems to be a popular vote and the plot doesn't look too bad. Not that my fps collection is at all numerous. Call of Duty seems intreguing...
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