Weekly Catch-Up

This week I have mostly been enjoying Too Human as well as setting up this blog and a brand new HD TV with stand, so I haven’t had much time to play many games. However, here is a list of the games I have been playing this week:

Too Human (390/1000)
As you already know if you have read the blog post this week, I have been enjoying playing this in online co-op mode with my girlfriend’s son. So far we are both about level 20 and have completed the first 2 level’s/worlds in both single player (to watch all the cut scenes) and multiplayer.

Scene It? Box Office Smash (855/1000)
This is the game I play most with my girlfriend. We both make a great team and often play online together. This is a fantastic family game and a HUGE improvement over the original. One of the best features of this game is that you can play using your own Xbox Avatars.

Gears of War 2 (495/1175)
One of the best games I have ever played! I have already finished the game on normal and am currently playing through on the insane setting. I’ve got to about Act 3 now. I’m also enjoying this game on Horde Mode (I got to about 30 waves) and various online multiplayer matches.

Guitar Hero: World Tour (170/1000)
This game is SO addictive! I used to think that this game would be pretty pointless as I can already play the guitar. I thought that spending time trying to master this would be wasted when I could be spending it developing my real guitar skills. However, this is really fun to play and is great fun with friends! Unfortunately I only have the guitar version (not the full band set) so I can only play this with friends on guitar. This also limits me quite heavily in obtainable achievements.

Current Gamerscore: 30,950

My first games console was the Mega Drive and I've been in love with video games ever since. Over the years I've owned many systems, which I hope to cover in the future. Most of the things I write and do videos about is considered "retro", but I do enjoy playing my Xbox One and PS4 as well...


Posted on January 23, 2009 | Last modified: 11th March 2015