So, yes, Devil May Cry 4
was a very fine game, which I enjoyed quite a bit. That said, I don't expect that I'll be playing it again in the near future, and certainly not six times through. This is not because it is a lesser title than its predecessors. Rather, my collection of unopened video games has grown too large. I won't report any numbers here, as the reality would surely shock and disgust anyone reading, but, sufficed to say, it's a lot. At the same time, as may be evident from trends in my previous gaming-related posts, my aptitude for playing games seems to have decreased, and I can no longer burn through one after another. Although my passion has not diminished, with both my time and energy being so much more limited, and with such a huge backlog of titles to get through, I can't spend those extra hours savoring one specific game.
For now, I've decided to focus primarily on completing Dragon Quest VIII
, as I've had that one clawing at my back for far too long. Whether or not I manage to finish it, however, I don't intend to spend more than another month on it. After that, a lighter experience would be nice, and I've made a tentative list of choices for myself:
- Beyond Good & Evil (PS2)
- Eternal Darkness (GameCube)
- God of War (PS2)
- Killer7 (GameCube)
I'm leaning toward Killer7
, as I've heard that it's short and has limited gameplay, which, these days, sounds right up my alley.
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