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Just bought Skyrim and enjoyed it until it started randomly crashing to desktop after I reached level 20 or so. Still, I restarted, trying with no auto or quick saves (a possible culprit, but I'm not sure). So, anyway, alternating between my new Skyrim character and playing the occasional game of Sid Meier's Pirates for comic relief.

Side note: I'm not sure why I keep buying the Elder Scrolls games. I've bought and played them all, but never finished any of them - I always lose interest at some point. And Skyrim, with its CTD problems, will probably also be off my hard drive soon enough.
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NoNewTaleToTell: The one thing I really didn't like in Arkham Asylum was Scarecrow's levels. To me they weren't scary, the one mess up and you lose and the sudden switch to the (in my opinion) terrible controls was not very welcome. I had to restart those levels quite a few times just due to the controls.
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Enebias: I liked Scarecrow's levels, but I can't argue with your criticism about the controls.
You must admit this, though...

*****SPOILERS***** read at your own risk!!!!

...that the part were -after Batman inhales the gas- the game simulates the crash and restart of the system was pure genius! :)
At first I really thought a *big* error happened, and I was *very* worried that something had gone irreparably wrong! Those trolls at Rocksteady...
I definitely agree haha, to be fair I actually really did enjoy the art change in Scarecrow's levels, they looked really fantastic and they did have a great "nightmare" feeling to them. I also really enjoyed the part where Batman and Joker reenact the intro with some slight changes (brought on by Scarecrow of course). Actually...thinking about it...I guess I enjoyed the Scarecrow levels a lot more than I thought, besides the frustrating controls of course.
Assassin's Creed III at the moment and some Crimsonland as well
Playing some Just Cause 2 for the first time in quite a while, my ability to drive any type of vehicle that isn't a helicopter has completely nosedived...but who needs cars/motorcycles when you have a grappling hook and a parachute?
I'm currently playing Dishonored (it's open in another window as I type this) since Steam is letting you play it for free for two or three days. I've just made it out of the tutorial area and I'm really enjoying it so far, I wish I had bought it a day or two ago when the Game Of The Year edition was on sale for about $8 on GreenManGaming.
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Star Wars TIE Fighter (Collector Series/Win 95 version)
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NoNewTaleToTell: I'm currently playing Dishonored (it's open in another window as I type this) since Steam is letting you play it for free for two or three days. I've just made it out of the tutorial area and I'm really enjoying it so far, I wish I had bought it a day or two ago when the Game Of The Year edition was on sale for about $8 on GreenManGaming.
I really enjoyed this game. Found it to be much more fun playing at lowest chaos. at some point I hope to pick it back up and try for ghost.