FullAuto, on 2nd October 2007, 11:24am, said:
Super Paper Mario for the Wii. Excellent RPG, even better than the first one I think.
Super Paper Mario is also available for the Gamecube, right? I didn't enjoy the first one that much but I can't resist a mario RPG, have you played "Super Mario RPG"? that old thing is truly a jewel of the Super Nintendo, still one of my favourite RPGs...
Bomb Bloke, on 2nd October 2007, 12:04pm, said:
Tales of Symphonia for the GC. RPG with real time team based battles. Granted my memory card died along with all my GC saves years ago and I haven't touched the game since, but as far as I'm concerned I'll repair it one day and continue where I left off...
Ah, thanks for reminding me, I heard that it was pretty nice
I'll get it in the future...
Oddly most of my time in front of a computer screen isn't spent playing games any more. I upgraded my video card a little while back in an attempt to show willing, but PC gaming just isn't the same any more.
Indeed! that's the reason I purchased a console, I just can't find any decent games anymore, most of them are mighty flashy, great graphics, but zero reasons to fire it up the next day...
Tifi, on 2nd October 2007, 2:32pm, said:
A really simple take on the space-empire-building things, sort of like the 'special' child of Master of Orion and Civ.
Despite being puddle deep, its *really* fun
A browser MMO thingy which has dredged bits of inspiration from just about every space-game ever.
Complicated but oddly rewarding, and quite compelling once you get established.
I used to play Pardus, great game, too bad many of my buddies got banned, and after I asked why they were banned, I was banned myself
Not really a bad thing since it was sucking all my free time, I couldn't stop playing! and it got me and my banned friends to start working on our own game, so it's all good