As expected, it was a full-on gaming ADD weekend.
- Picked up Alan Wake
on the Steam weekend sale and played through the first two episodes. I like it, but it's a little too creepy for me. Gave me some nasty nightmares Saturday night...not sure I want to go back to it.
- Put another couple hours into Crimson Shroud
(3DS). It's a fantastic JRPG and Matsuno's influence is wonderful, but the brutal difficulty and it's somewhat random nature (it is dice based, after all) is a bit of a turn-off. Still, it's one that seemingly snuck under everyone's radar that I'd highly recommend.
- I know everyone else is loving it, but Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing
has left me completely cold. Got 4 hours in, wiped against a boss, and simply had no desire to continue.
- Rolled a Trickster Rogue in Neverwinter
(PC) and got her up to 12, then realized I wasn't really interested in playing through it all again.
- Spent a couple hours with both Warhammer Quest
on iPad. KOTOR is awesome, Warhammer is still so-so.
- Finished off the weekend with Dust: An Elysian Tale
on 360. Like Crimson Shroud, this is another one that I totally missed when it came out. Really
like what I've seen so far from the first couple hours. Looks amazing, fun combat, and very clever and quite funny writing.
Getting in all the gaming I can since we're at T-minus 10 days until Twin-ageddon arrives.