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What We Played for Week Ending January 29

What We Played for Week Ending January 29

by Jennifer KibbleJanuary 30, 2012

This is a weekly segment where we share what games we are currently playing for our readers to get to know us a bit better. Said games can range from retro to current and from casual to FPS games. If we’re playing it, we’ll share it. Please feel free to comment with what your playing or your opinions on the games that we’re involved with.

William: Been trying out some demos; Scarygirl, Amalur, and I’ve gotten Amy, which I’m thinking of writing something about… haven’t cracked in to that one, but it seemed to have a neat premise that I hear wasn’t executed super well…. we shall see!

Greg: Just a bit of The Old Republic. Got sick so couldn’t game as much. I did read all three books in The Hunger Games trilogy, though.

David: As ever I’ve been playing Battlefield 3 excessively. To switch things up though I’m getting ready for ME3 by completitng a second ME1/2 playthrough. As a kicker I’ve just downloaded Tropico, really looking forward to it!

Charles: I’m gearing up for ME3 as well, playing through ME2 for like the 10th time. It’s awesome how it feels fresh every single playthrough.

Brittany: Still playing MW3 as usual. Playing some Skyward Sword on the Wii too. Not a fan of the controls but meh, diggin it

Ben: Well I finished Dungeon Siege 3 and despite some weird balance problems, I enjoyed it. You can pick it up for cheap now and it is worth it. After that I played a little bit of the first Dead Space because I want to play through them both again.

Jen: Loosing myself in Star Wars: The Old Republic once again. I’m mainly playing on my Knight and Smuggler, which are my two highest toons. I did play a little Dark Side last night with family, just to get through the first Flash Point so we can make our guild on Sith side. Waiting on our fourth person to log on so we can get that started. Had an urge to play Catherine again. I’ve only played through it once so this time around I’m trying for a different ending.

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