Current Games: Overwhelmed Edition

I've had a busy week.  Between getting married and starting my summer hours at work I haven't had much gaming time.  That's ok.  Real life always needs to take precedence over hobbies like videogames.

I thought I'd throw out an update on what I'm playing and what I intend to play since I'm feeling overwhelmed by my backlog of games at the moment.

  • StarCraft 2 Beta - Still loving it and working on Newbie Guide posts.
  • Bayonetta - Working my way through the crazy story.  I may not finish this game, but it is highly entertaining because of the ridiculousness of it all.
  • Halo 3 Reach Beta - Only a few days left.  I really like the arena and invasion playlists.
  • Trine - Indie game I own but haven't gotten around to trying out.
  • Osmos - Indie game that inspired me to buy an indie game pack on steam the other day.  I really like the gameplay.
  • Guild Wars - Giving it another chance.  It has interesting dynamics because characters can only have 8 skills equipped at one time.
  • And Yet It Moves - I don't know a lot about it, but I have heard good things
  • Splinter Cell Conviction - I wrote about this a couple of times, but I'm still playing deniable ops missions.
  • DDO - I intend to return.  It's my favorite free MMO on the market.
  • Angry Birds - I play a bit every night on my ipod touch.  I'll probably do a review to add to my 60 second games trend.  My wife likes to play this one too.
  • Fruit Ninja - Another 60 second game that gets playtime each night.
  • Split/Second - I want to try the mode where I get to dodge barrels falling from trucks.  It looks interesting.
  • Red Dead Redemption - A western game that might not completely suck. I have high hopes.
  • Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands - I love the series.  Platformers rock when I'm in the right mood.
That's just off the top of my head.  I'm going to take the rest of the day to chill and play some games.


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