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HEL105 avatar 8:08 PM on 06.11.2010
An opportunity to do your good deed for the week.

My console family for this generation  is now complete! I finally tracked down a like-new, reasonably priced, backwards compatible fatty PS3 to join my 360 and Wii. As you can imagine, I couldn't be happier that sometime next week I'll have full access to any and every awesome console game, excusives be damned! But I didn't make this blog post just to share the happy news with everyone.

I have a dilemma that I'd like to ask with some help with. I currently have a huge backlog of 360 games, a burgeoning one of Wii games, and a somewhat smaller collection of unplayed DS and PSP games. I didn't really need to add another console's worth of games to the mix, but it's a little too late for that kind of thinking at this point. 

What I'm aiming to do is keep my collection of PS3 games from growing beyond what I can reasonably play at any given time. So I'm going to buy only two games to start off with, and then get a few more after I'm finished with those. 

The first game is already set in stone: Valkyria Chronicles. I've wanted that for ages. It's the other title that I'd like to ask for some help in choosing. I'm a fan of every genre, so I'm open to just about anything. What should I get? Gimme a suggestion and a reason or two why I should pick that game, and I'd really be grateful.

A few addendums. I've already played Metal Gear Solid 4, God of War 3, Folklore, Heavenly Sword, and Ratchet & Clank: Tools of Destruction, so those are all off the table. And I've already played most multiplatform releases on 360, so those can be disregarded, as well. Games that require a persistent Internet connection are also a no-go. Anything else is fair game, no matter how obscure, niche, or mega-popular.      

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