Portal 1 and 2 beat 'em both, and just keep on playin' 'em. Got the first one down to a science, and if i die once I quit, cause it's always a fluke. Almost know every phrase that GLaDOS says memorized, too. Haha such a good original game.
I have a ridiculous update with a ton of games added...
-Pokemon Diamond (the boyfriend is experiencing Pearl for the first time so I'm playing through with him)
-Digimon World DS
-Diner Dash, Sizzle and Serve
-DragonQuest 9: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
-Spyro 2: Gateway to Glimmer
-Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex
-Super Mario 64
-Super Mario 64 DS
-The Legend of Zelda, Ocarina of Time 3D
-The Legend of Zelda, Spirit Tracks..
needless to say, I'm pretty all over the place with my games right now, but I am definitely in the middle of playthroughs on all of the above
I've mostly been playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf and the two Oracle Legend of Zelda games lately. But now that I'm home with family and have access to a Wii, I picked up Rhythm Heaven Fever and very much enjoying it. ^-^
Project X Zone - I ended up enjoying this game a lot more than I expected to...it's almost addicting. The gameplay should, in every right, be repetitive and boring...but it's not. In fact, it's really fun. I honestly wish I played more of the franchises in depth than just .Hack, Devil May Cry, and a few others...but this game REALLY got me interested in other franchises. This is definitely worth checking out if you have a 3DS, especially if you're interested in the included franchises. There are demos on the e-shop if you are interested, I'm pretty sure the second demo just got released.
Gods Eater Burst - "Fast Paced Monster Hunter" is how I always hear the game described. Is it? Well...no and yes. In some ways it's eerily similar to the Capcom titles while in others it makes itself unique (such as organic swords and the like). The game is more story heavy than Monster Hunter, but I would say parallels to MH are shockingly accurate. It doesn't have the polish that MH has, and it can be more...repetitive in a way, but the action is exciting at times and the AI of your teammates is good. However, some of the things feel as if they're copy and pasted, such as some parts of the interface, the behavior of the aragami, and...heck, even the cover. It's not the same game, though, and it certainly isn't a replacement for Monster Hunter (or vice versa). It's an interesting game, still, and I'd recommend playing it, at the very least.
Touhou 8: Imperishable Night - I don't really think I need to say how I feel about this game. For some reason I had my eye on this title...this SPECIFIC one. I don't know why. I ended up marathoning it over and over, realizing that I was actually surviving with ease on parts that before I couldn't possibly manage. So, in a matter of two days I beat Eirin and Kaguya on Normal. I've beaten other traditional Touhou games, but this is the only one that I've unlocked Extra on and beat without using a continue. It's a real sense of accomplishment.
Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness - We had an extra memory card so I decided to go ahead and replay this (or play it and maybe actually beat it). Currently heading towards the Snagem Hideout, I think. Other than my eeveelution I don't really have a team; just using whatever Shadow Pokemon that still needs purification. Hey, it's been working out so far haha. And making purifying them far quicker too.
Fire Emblem: Awakening: Finally bought the game after I had so many people recommend it to me. So far I'm loving it and it's a damn good thing that I decided to pick casual haha. I'm not that great at strategy games and yet I loved Fire Emblem: Sacred Stone when I played it so Fire Emblem is an ... interesting liking I suppose! Currently at Chapter Nine, though I'm fighting random battles to level up a few units before proceeding.
I recently fired up the ol' PS2 again because my laptop broke and I lent my brother my PS3. Right now I'm playing Final Fantasy X-2. Don't care much for the story, but hot damn do I love the Dress Sphere system. Maybe this time I'll actually win Lady Luck and use Lady Luck.
Tales of Vesperia (PS3)
Picked this up the other week and I'm trudging through slowly. Just made it to part 2 and I'm really enjoying it. I got Flynn in my party for the first time and he's such a cute. I can't wait until I get Patty. I wanna see what she's like in battle!
Professor Layton vs Gyakuten Saiban
Picked this up again the other day. I tried it earlier this year but I didn't have the time to dedicate to it then and my Japanese isn't good enough to go through this without a dictionary so it's slow going. But fun! I think it looks and sounds better than the GS5 demo, honestly.
Dragon Age: Origins
My roommates have been hassling me to play this for ages and I finally gave in. It's... alright. The writing's not as good as I was expecting given the internet's love for the game and none of the characters really interest me so far but I'll keep going. I'm not very far anyway--I only just got Morrigan in the party.