I still have to get a new computer but I've decided to blow the money on a HDMI-enabled monitor as well as more games.
The Last Remnant - Really late on this one. So far it's very addictive and definitely reminds me of Square's Romancing Saga series in terms of progression and combat. Definitely liking this one.
Test Drive Unlimited - Kind of an MMO for car fans this game boils down to exploring a Hawaiian island, participating in races, and buying cars. I've put some time into this one before but in my opinion it wasn't enough.
Burnout Paradise - I've played Burnout 2 through Revenge yet I never got around to this one. This is another matter that clearly must be rectified.
Tomb Raider Underworld: I haven't played a TR game since the first one. I'm not exactly sure why I chose the last one to pick up but I'm not an entirely sensible person so whatever.
The Red Star - This forgotten number by XS games took forever to release only to quietly bomb and end with the death of yet another developer. I wonder how the game itself turned out.
Devil May Cry 1 - With Bayonetta coming real soon(or already out if you imported/live in Japan) I realized I never played through the first game.
Viewtiful Joe - Picked this up as well cause I never played it. Should be fun.
Guilty Gear Overture - This game was dead even prior to arrival cause it was everything but a new 2D Guilty Gear game. Thankfully for fans of that series Blazblue is available and it's quite nice. Regardless Overture isn't for the close-minded. This is probably the closest thing to a tower-defense game I'll ever actually play.
Tsukiyo Ni Saraba - In Europe this game is known as 10,000 Bullets. Why 10,000? I have no clue. Anyway this is a Max Payne-esque shooter with lots of slow-motion and thugs to shoot.
As far as I'm concerned this will be it for at least the rest of the year. There is Bayonetta on Jan 5th and possibly a couple other things but other than that my wallet should be relatively safe until March.
Not sure what else I'm going to do though as I can't guarantee any updates without a computer. I may have to consider using a library computer or something. A better option would probably be for me to shut up about all these updates I'm not doing but eh..