Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Star Fox 64
Ace Combat 6
Super Robot Taisen: OG 1&2
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War: Dark Crusade (wow long title)
Rock Band 1 & 2
Super Mario Galaxy
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Left 4 Dead
Beyond Good & Evil
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (on the SNES)
The World Ends With You
many more, but I'm lazy
Playing at this very moment:
Playing when I'm able:
Skyrim (at some point)
League of Legends
World of Tanks
If you haven't heard about Homefront's story and would like to watch the dev's talk about it, go here. If you don't want to, I'll sum it up for you:
N. Korea takes over S. Korea and becomes one solid "Korea." More countries in the Pacific start joining the Korea's cause and threaten the US and its allies. An EMP goes off over the US and destroys all electronics, leading to an invasion and occupation of the US.
I haven't blogged in a while, so this story may have already been addressed, but I feel motivated to comment on the topic.
How ridiculous is it that these escalations are happening at a time where a video game's storyline is damn close to what is happening in real life? I suppose these things happen when you base a story on a "what if" situation, but this is almost crazy.
If the Korea's really do go to war, I fear for the rest of the world. Both Koreas, i believe, have access to nuclear weapons. If even one nuke goes off, nuclear radiation will spread across the globe.
I think we better start digging.
Not really, but this is weird. Wouldn't you agree?