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Gameplay-wise I thought it was great... but, those mother****ing glitches were driving me insane. Rocket launcher not working, people shooting from beneath the ground, that dam bumping while trying to aim, etc. I don't see how there can be less than a month before its being sold around the country and its still this messed up. How many months before release was the Bad Company 2 beta up? And I remember it being a lot closer to the finished product. I'd rather they delay and make sure these bugs are fixed than release it with a fraction of these constant pains in the a**.
Gotta go with AC 2. Sure Ezio could be kind of annoying (even in Brotherhood) but I'm a sucker for a good story and AC 2 delivered. Plus the music (especially in Venice) was just awesome, it took the atmosphere to another level. I also miss the fighting mechanic where you had to time the button presses with the hits to more quickly kill your opponent which Brotherhood seemed to be missing. That or my timing sucked throughout. Gotta go with 2.
"6 hours strait" wow, kudos. You apparently have that oh so rare combination of 1) utter determination and 2) sucking terribly at this game. Can't imagine spending that much time on 1 boss. At that point either he would eat lead or I might. Good luck with that.
Beat DS a while back and loved its dark, intense atmosphere. Kept me on edge most of the time and thats a pleasant change from a lot of the breezy games out there. Though i do get what the other guy means by "cold and boring" (or whatever his exact words were). It did have kind of a slow pace but it often helped the tension. The Ninja Gaidens on the other hand I haven't played. Beat the one for X-box way back but haven't played any of the new ones, heard they weren't as good, or at least not improved enough (though that might say more about the one on X-box which was awesome).
Battlefield (presuming the reviews are as good as expected). Skyrim like Fallout 3 would probably last me for well over a hundred hours of awesome gameplay, but Battlefield like Bad Company 2 will probably last me for hundreds of hours of awesome (+ intense) gameplay (not including single player, about which I am hopeful). And since my broke a** can't afford too many games it sure as hell can't afford to update my piece of junk comp for Battlefield 3.
Uncharted if anything. Little Big Planet comes in second. And the rest like Killzone, MGS4, God of War, etc. 3rd or lower. All but Uncharted and LBP have been on other systems (not including PSP) and aren't really "PS3 generation defining". And while LBP is awesome and the sackboy would make a great mascot like Mario or Sonic I don't think it really represents the PS3 and it's users properly (my personal opinion of course), plus its not really as "blockbuster-ish" as Uncharted. Uncharted on the other hand is... well, a blockbuster. No gamer hasn't heard of it, and not too many PS3 gamers haven't played it or own it. It also fits the PS3's more mature and varied audience better (its movie-esque quality doesn't hurt since many PS3 owners/users use the system mostly for it's Blu-ray capabilities). This again, is just a personal opinion.