Got a bunch of supposedly good stuff like Fire Emblem Awakening, Cave Story, Psychonauts, Dishonored, Bioshock Infinite, Twilight princess (emulated though), Bastion, Borderlands, Hotline Miami, Dear Esther and more stuff, to finish.
So maybe this will be a gaming summer for me though there's no way I'll be able to finish all of it.
I've been a bit scared to go into games where your actions change the story dramatically. Feels like I miss out on a bunch of stuff.
...Also, I can't seem to find Virtue's Last Reward in any stores. Its distribution seems pretty scarce.
VLR's...a bit different from the normal "your actions change story"...you won't be missing out on anything. Unlocking the true ending basically requires that you don't, but it does it in a way that you don't have to get all OCD about it.
It's just good. Great even.
Also, ratings? Who cares about ratings? I think ratings are even less of a big deal in anime than they are in video games, where they're already not a big deal.
...Th-that's not to say you guys shouldn't check out my reviews and recommendations. You should so totally do that.
I definitely prefer Ruri over bloody Kirino, if we're going there.
I understand how anime can be subjective, but games are a bit different IMO. You only have to watch anime. Games you have to be able to play, too. And while things like graphical fidelity, plot or sound can be overlooked, I believe a game's gameplay can be objectively bad.