Play-mag says: "Summer means very few new games coming out. But this isn't a bad thing - it's a good thing. Why? Read on."
There is only 1 game anyone needs to play this summer and that is StarCraft II, hell one could just play that all year and never get bored especially with all the custom made games that will be coming out.
its basicly the only game i need this summer star craft 2
Hell, it's about time! But for reals. I finally got a job and now I can save for a computer so I can play it. I am so happy.
Played it 12 years ago, I'd rather have something NEW.
next stop : tomb raider 18th aug. or mafia 2 27th aug. :) Got things to play while waiting
Yep its a good time to catch up on some back log games
I still have ps2 games I am working on like xenosaga not to mention current games like mass effect 2 and a ton of ps3 games. There is literally not enough time in a day.
Been playing WoW. Picking up SC2 on launch and playing the hell out of it. I still have 4 unopened rpgs for my 360 sitting here and like 9 more unopened games I haven't even looked at. PLUS! The engineer update for TF2 is out and I plan on playing a ton of that too.
Yeah I don't mind this drought (winter for me), gives me time to play games that have been in backlog.
Yeah,I usually play games that I missed during this summer "drought".I bought Alan Wake recently,and I plan on buying Assassin's Creed 2 next,after I'm done with Red Dead Redemption.
I have at least five games I haven't even opened yet, plenty of time sinks for me.
I personally love the summer drought. It allows me to catch up after the winter onslaught. Although if companies just spread the game releases out a little more throughout the year instead of releasing a billion titles during Winter/early spring then there would be no need to play catch up in the Summer.
Best thing to do is look at for good games that had their prices reduced - the ones that were hot and expensive when they first came out.
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