I am a Brazilian student in Norway. I also happen to really, really like games! I'm a huge RPG fan, especially JRPGs and party-based WRPGs, but I also enjoy nearly every genre, from Mario Kart to Limbo to Bulletstorm.
Elven Legacy Collection
Ar Tonelico trilogy
Record of Agarest War series
Devil May Cry series
Ni No Kuni
KOTOR 1,2 (replay)
Amnesia: Dark Descent
I Am Alive
Monkey Island 2
Back to the future: The Game
Tales of Monkey Island
Plus a bunch of older DS and PS2 games that I may or may not play eventually. Perhaps I should file them in the "sort-of-but-not-exactly-backlog" category.
Currently playing: Elven Legacy, Mario games, Black Ops 2
My 3DS code: 3995-6846-8256. For some reason it doesn't appear in the player profile.
Very quick post just to vent a little about the pointless DRM checks in Arkham City. I recently started
playing it on Steam, which is also designed as DRM. So there we have DRM check 1. After launching the game for the first time, we need to type the serial number to authenticate it with SecuRom. DRM check number 2.
Now comes the best part. After all that, we still can't play the game, no sir. There's Games for Windows Live, DRM check number 3! Guess what? We need to type the freaking code AGAIN to authenticate it AGAIN, this time with GFWL. And of course, nothing is ever simple with GFWL. The way it works, at least for me, is you type the user name, type the password, click ok, type the serial number, and only then GFWL attempts to log in. If it doesn't work you have to retype the serial number. And for some reason I just couldn't log in. I double checked everything and tried over and over again. Which meant I had to type the serial number over and over again.
Strangely, I could log in to GFWL through a web browser but not through the game. I reset the password and still nothing. So before giving up I decide to try clicking on "log in with a different account", typing the same username and same password, and it magically worked! Finally! Go figure.
So at last I could play the game. So much hassle, and for what? To prevent these people from pirating the game, playing it hassle-free and having a a much better experience than a paying customer like me? Well, it's working like a charm. Except of course for the "prevent" part. And I'd be lying if I said I wasn't tempted to join them after all this bullshit.