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After about two month struggling, I finally achieved Platinum Trophy in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 (MvC3). The last time I ever achieved a Platinum was...Final Fantasy XIII, which was more than a year ago. The trophies in MvC3 aren't that hard except for a few, most of them are time consuming. I am totally happy with my team of Zero, Dormammu and Amaterasu :D Also, MvC3 is the first fighting game in PS3 I ever dedicated myself to learning it. I even bought the Strategy Guide! Well mostly because of fan service (Zero and Dante are the only reasons I bought this game!). I tried Tekken 6, but was turned off by a few reasons. Street Fighter IV? Not that interested.

Then I Platinum-ed inFamous 2 in just 6 days. Dedicated my days and nights only to Platinum this game haha. Now that I already finished, I never touched the game again. I mean, there is nothing else to do in the game (I'm not really into user-created contents). Nevertheless, I enjoyed every moment in inFamous 2. An easy 8/10 from me. I loved both ending, but totally hate Nix. Like, the worst character I ever seen (at least I still can tolerate Vanille)

I just finished Shadows of the Damned yesterday, and 4 more trophies until Platinum. I need two play it at least twice in order to Platinum. Damned is short, but it was fun while it last.

Cave Story, downloaded from DSiware, is unexpectedly fun. I thought it will going to be just a simple platformer, but owh boy how wrong I was. It is one of the finest classic game I played after a long time. Still haven't finish it, and I know I am going to play this game from start after I finish.

I just downloaded Final Fantasy VIII from PSN store, but I feel reluctant to start it. It just a normal dilemma for me, and this is definitely not the first time I felt like this haha.

3DS is, without a doubt, one of the compelling hardware on today's gaming world. The only problem? It still has no games, and I mean GOOD games. A few weeks ago, 3DS users finally got what they truly deserved: The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D. It was one of the greatest games of all time, if not the best (the original release got 99/100 on Metacritic). I pre-ordered one copy, and waiting for my friend to bring it back to me (since when it was released, I already in Malaysia). Anticipation is growing!

I still have many games in my backlog. Bioshock 2 and Yakuza 4 are some of them, but I don't feel like playing the them...

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  1. Duuuuude, you should play Bioshock 2! I didn't play it by the way, I can't stand FPS; I just watched someone play and the game was seriously great!

    AND PORTAL 2!!

    -Kai

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  2. I enjoyed Bioshock 2! But I don't have any motivation to continue the game :( owh owh I finished Portal 2 already! :D

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  3. "Remember how you tried to kill me twice?"

    Haha, priceless~!

    -Kai

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