Status: Finished once and then it all went to hell
Achievements: 46 of 60
DLC Purchased: nada
I thought that with time I’d be able to finally write about Fable 3. Hope that the memories of what happened to me that fateful afternoon burned in my chest for months, but now I know and have come to accept that this will never be. (more…)
With only a couple of weeks remaining, major video game releases for 2010 are in the books. Looking over the list of the releases I can remember playing, I would have to say I had a pretty solid year hanging out with my consoles. I can’t remember the last time I spent so much time with my PSP, a testament to the power of the non-Final Fantasy JRPGs that smaller publishers Atlus, NIS and XSEED bring to the handheld.
Below is a breakdown of the games I can remember spending more than three hours with this year, although in some cases three hours was three hours more than they deserved. (more…)
My story begins like many others. Daughter of the former Hero Queen, my brother rules Albion with an iron fist. People are suffering, forced to work in awful conditions, starving, homeless. I lead a pretty easy life of luxury. Despite being sheltered by my brother, I have people who have been training me for the day that I might become ruler of Albion and bring the nation prosperity once more.
Things were going pretty smoothly in the beginning. I gathered the support I required from allies who would die to see a revolution in Albion. Men sacrificed themselves to our cause. Using my latent talents, I was able to change living conditions for poorer folks, rescue towns from dangerous creatures and mercenaries, and ultimately become the ruler Albion needed to save it from the approaching storm. Millions amassed in my treasuries which I shared with the people. (more…)