Picked up a 360 controller for $20 and been fiddling around with all the games that have controller support on Steam. Works wonders with Electronic Super Joy and Super House of Dead Ninjas and Batman, it's just amazing. Feels real good playing it on the tv through Steam's Big Picture and guide kicking fools and grapple hooking away before getting caught is awesome! It's like you're Batman, except you are Batman. Amazingly solid and that WB collection was well worth it for this alone.
I literally just finished it. Holy crap, that was a good game. And I'm not ashamed to admit I cried at the end.
I cried for at least half of the fifth episode. And I know for a fact that I continuously cried
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through the final 20 minutes or so. Clementine and Lee grows on you so much that for it to all come to an end like that is heartbreaking. With that brutal cliffhanger for episode 4 leading up to the aptly titled "No Time Left", it's just a train of tears. Everything about Clem and Lee's last moments together teared me up, and "Clementine will remember that" is just plain sad.
Amazing story, characters and it's one of the best adventure games I had the pleasure of playing. That Telltale bundle was worth it for that alone.
TF2, don't you hate it when nobody on your team runs medic? Someone has to jump the bonesaw and heal some dudes and keep the front lines alive, or the last defense kicking. Even if I don't feel like it, I go medic if there isn't one. Someone has to if you want a chance at winning.
AP: Got new glasses yesterday and it's jarring to see how things are so much clearer now. It's amazing that this is how people usually see things everyday. No more squinting to see the TV guide for HK!