- I REALLY enjoy their Just Dance series! In fact, I don't understand why the games got some mixed and negative reviews! They're fun, they help you lose weight, they have an EXCELLENT selection of songs, etc!
- I also really enjoy Imagine Babyz! Since I hope to become a mom one day, I think this game is excellent practice! Now, if only I could get that stupid game of Peek-a-Boo to work...
- Rayman is my first console game and I still can't find a 2d platformer better than it. The musics are awesome, the backgrounds are gorgeous, the level design is clever. Yes it's very difficult but it not impossible with patient. I also enjoyed the sequels but the original game still top in my hearts.
- ASSASSIN'S CREED. That is all.
- The Tyranny of King Washington, I love this DLC & everything in it. It's themes are so well integrated into the plot to the point that its almost as thick as The Wrath of Khan when it comes to themes. Washington is a fantastic villain & quite possibly the best villain in the series. His over the top, his cool & collective, his powerful & petty. When he makes a threat he carries it out & you will know why he has called himself King of the United States of America. We get to see him in every light a villain should be seen in & on top of all that, he turns Connor to his way of thinking & in so doing turns his greatest enemy into his successor. Also Connor is really allowed to shine here & is more like Batman, a more quite protagonist who actions speak louder then words. While the ending may put some people off with it appearing to all of been a illusion created by the Apple, but personally I think what we saw was all real & that the world we saw was just the Apple communicating with an Apple in that world. However, even without that, Tyranny is still a Great Story & is, in my opinion one of the best games of all time.
- Assassin's Creed II was one of the first longer, more serious games I ever played and what a standard it set. The art is absolutely stunning, with huge spaces of Renaissance-era Italian cities rendered in loving detail with views which will take your breath away, the music is equally gorgeous and emotive, and the story is exciting, heartbreaking and euphoric all at the same time. How about opening with a cocky teenager who gets broken down and rebuilt into a knowledgeable and dedicated man who fist fights the Pope underneath the Sistine Chapel in the middle of High Mass? You really feel for Ezio because his journey is so long and he loses so many people on the way - but he makes a lot of friends, too, which brings us to my last point. Leonardo da Vinci, everyone.
- Assassin's Creed III is also up there with II for me, because it's such a rollercoaster of emotions. The initial twist of Haytham being a Templar really hit me, and his sections provided wonderful insight into the world which our hero Connor then escapes into as little more than a teenager. We see Connor develop from an angry, petulant child into a formidable man, and the Homestead missions are honestly the best side missions I've ever encountered. They're pure heartwarming and really take the edge off the hard-hitting, grim feeling of the main quest. The introduction of the naval mechanic was also a lot of fun.
- Far Cry 3 is fantastic. The open world environments are quite lush and beautiful, although not distracting from the hell that the inhabitants enforce, the villains are quite memorable, it incorporates both stealth and open combat, and the survival tactics are neat. Overall, it's quite a unique game, and one that you just want to come back to just so you can do it again
- Child of Light is the best game I've ever played, despite that fact that I stink at gaming. But the music, story, and gorgeous art make me forget about my super not-gaming skills. Seriously, go check it out.
Gush / Ubisoft