Last edited by davi; June 2nd, 2006 at 02:31 AM.
PS2. addicted to FF12.
SO DAMNED GOOD!
i use my PSP as an mp3 player and e-book reader.
2.6, i'm not using homebrew
I have a PSP and I'm currently addicted to Me & My Katamari!
i bought the 360 so my ps2 has been in rest atm, im pretty excited to try out ff12 though, i havent been interested in the series since playing 7, since everything looked the same to me, but the new combat system really looks fun.
not only that, but you can explore the world however you want just like in 7 and 8. i really loved that.
now without random battles!
new psp patch, 7.1 (i think). Its got game demo support, FUCK YES! Just do some browsing and you can find demos for the game, i know for a fact you can play the loco rocco demo, which kicks ass. Also, they fixed something with the location free player, not to sure. just read up about it on the website.
i love playstation the games are superb! my favourites are: Black, Metal gear solid series (huge fan), God of War, Killzone, the Jak series (including Jak & Daxter) and the splinter cell games Can´t wait for Double Agent
double agent is coming to sony wolf, at least its not announced yet
Okami looks just brilliant. The graphics and gameplay just seems to rock hard. Can't wait to get my hands on that.
And of course FF12. I loved the PSX FF's but I've kinda ignored FF10 and 10-2 for some reason. Luckily FF12 looks so fresh with the new battle system and all that so I'm definitely gonna get it.
cant wait for bloody mgs4 #fantasises#
my fav sony games of all times
Attack of the clones ps1( freakin best game ever i swear)
jackie chan adventures( i was like 8, i have fond memories of it)
mgs1( snake is the coolest thing since.. wel hes just the coolest)
most ps1 games are hazy
ps2 rockin games-
jak and daxter, classy, fun, a hoot to play
gta( solid gameplay)
mgs2 and 3 ( damn fun)
virtua tennis( fantastic multiplayer)
splinter cell( theyre all good)
so many good others, hard to name em all
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