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Miaghstir: ... playing? ... games?
See here.

ON topic:
PS2: Goblin Commander: Unleash the Horde

PC: Ground Control 2, Planescape: Torment, Rainbow Six 3 Raven Shield, and Incoming.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent

Intense..
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Lenny: Amnesia: The Dark Descent

Intense..
Ditto.

And Thief 3. Not as intense, but still fun on the PC. (I'll play the other two when I figure out how to get them to stop ctd'ing.)
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akwater: I was told to finish at least one game before years end...

So I have about 8 hours into DaO
Where are you currently. I am playing DA:O also. Its my second time and I always hit a wall when I get to the Dwarven City.
Started playing Baldur's Gate again and rolled a Ranger this time around. I'm still amazed how great this game is despite being developed and released for already more than a decade. It really deserves to be honored as one of the best CRPG's of all time.

IMO, DAO pales in comparison to the BG series, bar none.
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akwater: I was told to finish at least one game before years end...

So I have about 8 hours into DaO
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Lou: Where are you currently. I am playing DA:O also. Its my second time and I always hit a wall when I get to the Dwarven City.
Orzamarr is always the part people complain about, the pacing is all wrong really. The advice I usually give is do the Circle Tower first to get the stat boosts then get Redcliff out of the way so Alistair stops moaning. Then take a deep breath and hit Orzamarr. Once you are through that you have the much more interesting Brecellian Forest, Sacred Ashes and Landsmeet to look forward to.
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Lou: Where are you currently. I am playing DA:O also. Its my second time and I always hit a wall when I get to the Dwarven City.
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Delixe: Orzamarr is always the part people complain about, the pacing is all wrong really. The advice I usually give is do the Circle Tower first to get the stat boosts then get Redcliff out of the way so Alistair stops moaning. Then take a deep breath and hit Orzamarr. Once you are through that you have the much more interesting Brecellian Forest, Sacred Ashes and Landsmeet to look forward to.
I did:

Origin Story - Mage
Ostagar
Lothering
Circle Tower
Warden's Keep
Brecilian Forest
Return to Ostagar
The Stone Prisoner - Shale
Orzamarr

All with a bit of Denerim thrown in here and there. I haven't touched the game in a few weeks now as Orzamarr bores me for some reason.
Killing Floor
Nethack
Temple of Elemental Evil
Etrian Odyssey 2
Fabled Lands
Post edited October 16, 2010 by Dr_Adder
I can't shoot for shit but I'm playing Left For Dead 2 right now.
Tomb Raider 3 which will be over in one more day
Currently playing:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (Multi-player)
Left 4 Dead 2
Plants Vs. Zombies
Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

Games I will be starting soon:

Dragon Age Origins & Awakening
Neverwinter Nights: Diamond

( I have the last two, I just have put off playing them til I beat what I was already on...)
Just finished Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. Great little game.

I'm playing Darksiders mostly, with small sessions of other games here and there (Betrayal at Krondor, Puzzle Quest 2, Minecraft, M&B Warband, Age of Wonders, Starfleet Command: Orion Pirates).
Eve Online mostly, Dragon Age or Uplink when im not connected to the internet or am downloading something.
mw2 online
tremulous
BF:BC 2 online

I'm really just waitin' for Black Ops, so I haven't been playing much lately.
Besides PST i don't have any other games going, not anything worth mentioning anyway

I've been spending a considerable ammount of time with DAO's toolset though. Definitely not user friendly but a pretty good tool. Fun too.