Just as Jor-El knew that Krypton’s days were numbered, I too can see the end of PlayStation 3 games being available for purchase. Below you will find a list of all the PlayStation 3 games I have owned/played. Are there any games missing from this list, that you would recommend, that I should hunt down and acquire? The perfect PS3 library must be built.
Nathan Drake and I arrived in Nepal last night. The city of Kathmandu has become a virtual warzone. Slowly, we have fought through the city streets in search of the temple that leads to Shambhala. Along the way, we have met up with Chloe–I don’t trust her!–and are now trying to find a good vantage point to locate the temple. Hopefully all goes well…
Rotating between Uncharted 2: Among Thieves and Red Dead Redemption, my PS3 is certainly getting a workout. Modern gaming sure is rad!
It is a nice and toasty 89 degrees outside today. Hurray for Texas in the springtime!
So far, I have spent my Sunday going to church, hanging out with friends this afternoon (got to play Shadows Over Camelot for the first time), and now just relaxing. The house is nice and quiet due to my son being down for a nap. I can’t imagine what life will be like when he finally stops taking those…
Last night I dove into Red Dead Redemption on the PS3. First off, I would like to give developer Rockstar massive kudos for keeping the game relatively clean thus far. The lack of language and even sexual content has shocked me after dabbling with several games in the Grand Theft Auto series. Such restraint Rockstar! Keep it up! Second, I am not a huge fan of open world GTA-like games. Red Dead Redemption is slowly making a believer out of me. The game is a fulfillment of all of my childhood fantasies of becoming a cowboy. Love it! So far I have herded cattle, rounded up rustlers, and kept a garden free of varmints. I will most likely be writing more about this game in the future.
That is about all for this relaxing Sunday. See ya on the flip side tomorrow!