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[Nov. 26th, 2009|03:35 am]
Verminius Rex
I got the God of War 1&2 PS3 game tonight. It's one that gets played after the kids are asleep or at school (or asleep at school, whatever works for them). I've been playing it while letting the bread cool, and made a nice start. I'll admit that I do have a walkthrough bookmarked for when I get stuck, it happened a couple times. Sure I could keep working on it until I get through, but to be honest I only care so much about video games. I enjoy them, when I reach a point of frustration I no longer enjoy them. Walkthroughs help me avoid most of that frustration, and I only use them when I am truly stuck for a bit of time.

Currently I'm stuck in a room with a never ending supply of Minotaurs with big hammers. I have to freeze one on a certain spot before I can escape the room. But there is a point where you just save the game and deal with it another day.
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[User Picture]From: auroraceleste
2009-11-26 02:14 pm (UTC)
Lou loves God of War. So much that we'll almost certainly be buying a PS3 when the new one comes out just for that game. If the walkthroughs ever get you stuck feel free to call.
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[User Picture]From: verminiusrex
2009-11-26 03:10 pm (UTC)
I just might. So far the walkthroughs have told or confirmed the missing element to finishing a scene, and the game has about the depth of involvement that I like. In other words, hack and slash with just enough exploration to make things interesting without getting completely lost.
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