Beat the campaign. As much as I didn't want to do it, Teleport got abused a lot to skip ahead. I'm also reminded how much I HATE Watchers.
Anyways. That final boss. Dear Primus, that was difficult to do alone.
Probably going to do a New Game Plus run through, as there's a couple spells and dead moose I didn't find.
First time I beat the King in Yellow I did so solo. Wasn't hard, I stood off to the side, healed as necessary, and also blasted him with my strongest beam attack.
They patched the living hell out of that fight, though.
Wigglez wrote:Shadow of The Closossus
I got this game for $20 on PSN last night. Well, here's the thing. I got $60 for my birhday. So I spent it on DLC for Transformers: FoC, Mass Effect, and with some extra money I had (not birthday money) I bought all of the DLC for Mass Effect 3s story. So I got a message from "SEC" saying that I get $10 for spending $50. I didn't spend $100 (or maybe I did. I don't know...) but I got $20 from them so I bought SoTC.
Anyway. I started it today at 3 p.m. and beat it at 10 p.m. It was short but still worth the playthrough because it's pretty good. I could've gotten Playstation Plus for $18 and downloaded Demon Souls but I'm not regretting my decision. SoTC is a PS2 classic.
I have an issue with Shadow of the Colossus. Yes, it's big, yes, it's beautiful, yes, it plays and handles wonderfully. My problem is its use of minimalism. It's supposed to be the game's strength, but it bugs me; what's the point of an open world if you aren't going to fill it with something? You can go exploring, but they never give you a reason to, no incentive or reward, just more scenery, and that's something you'll get plenty just just getting to the Colossi themselves.
Short version: It was fun, but the minimalism isn't doing it any favors.
Just Cause 2:
Now this is an open world. Gigantic, beautifully detailed, ready to light up like the Fourth of July, and never, ever without something to keep you busy.
Did two of the second set of Stronghold Missions. Between that and a bunch of towns and bases I...uh..."liberated" (Why? Just 'cause!) I got enough Chaos to start the next Agency mission, to save an Agency asset from the bad guys...by blowing up their base and also fighting a bunch of ninjas.