During Steam's epic summer sale, I picked up Crysis 2 (it's back on Steam, yay).
Its a question that's been bugging PC gamers since a long time ago, and needs to be put to rest:
Death Rally is a game that is quintessential nostalgia to me. I remember going over to my cousin's one time and there it was. I had played racing games before, sure, but not with guns and stuff.
I might as well write about this while it's still fresh. Oh, and there's going to be epic Mass Effect 3 ending spoilers. You've been warned.
After seeing Auditorium in a recent indie bundle, I realized that it had finally come to Steam. I had paid for this game a few years ago, and enjoyed it. Fortunately, the existing account I had at the developer's site had a way to generate a code to redeem on Steam, along with a stand alone download. Both worked magnificently.
I suppose this review might be a long time in coming (especially after giving a hint about it), so I might as well speak my mind about Portal 2.
I heeded the call of nostalgia today, and played some StarCraft: Brood War.