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Freakin' loads...biggest christmas games push ever.
“To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.” —Allen Ginsberg, WD
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Ive been playing Fallout 3 almost non stop recentley, love it but the hours just fly by! Spend ages exploring and side missions etc..
Thing is Ive been off work for 7 weeks and back to work Monday so itll be a culture shock now! Back to gaming nights and weekends like most of us...
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I've been spending lots of time with Samurai Shodown III on the Sega Saturn lately. I'd kinda written it off when I first tried it and the CPU wiped the floor with me. But I went back, and despite it's flaws I'm enjoying it.
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video-gamer-girl wrote:in my younger days in my 20's i would of been scored 4+
now 2 cos i have a family to look after consists of on husband and one toddler.
Insert "I have to change his nappy and cut up his food.... and the toddler's not easy either" gag here.
In other news
360 : Test Drive Unlimited (Still. Just bought all the expansion cars)
DS : CSI : Dark Motives (Superb)
DS : Sight Training
360 : Bioshock
And I've got Halo 3, Crackdown and PGR4 just sitting there waiting for me to have any concept of free time.
Have you played online with it yet, Dudley? (M.O.O.R.) If so, what did you think of that feature?
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I tend to play 1 game (a lot) at a time until I've either done it, got as far as I can or I get a new one I like better. Plus 1 other to stave off the boredom
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