Dialogue feels cheesy and graphics are kinda poor. Driving is BAD but somehow despite these flaws, I have a bit of a guilty pleasure for it. It's quite a long game and story pulls you in. Some of the music themes are good too.
I was thinking recently about collections. Some people collect a few dozen titles, some into the hundreds and thousands. I raise this because I have been thinking about "streamlining" things - basically keeping things simple. There's so much I don't play anymore and I just think what is the point keeping these games? Sure, I could keep some of the rarities but most of the old stuff isn't worth much and is just there.
Maybe it'll just be better to only keep what you have been playing the past year or so and make a dozen titles that are special to you. When it comes to your games collection, do you think you need to expand it, reduce it or are you someone who will keep everything and just keep making room for new stuff? Even though these are games, I feel it's cluttering up my space and making it hard to find things. Sure, I could arrange games but eventually everything goes out of order somehow when I take games out and lazily put them back.
I know it's summer but even in colder conditions my Xbox 360 S seems to get quite hot (hotter than the older console) on the side. If I put my hand there, it's like a radiator, although I can keep my hand on it for sometime. Is this normal or should it be running a bit cooler?