I want to love you, but I can't

GamesKristina Pino4 Comments
Sorry Batman: Arkham City. I'm not sure what it is about you, maybe the increasingly annoying changes in difficulty between missions, where the bosses are always a joke (even though the fights always look really cool) but the in-between is a pain in the butt; or just all the busy work I might have to do later if I want to get all the Riddler trophies, but I'm just not feeling you.

I am pretty sure that once I'm through with the story mode I won't be going back to Batman: AC for a long while. I feel much more interested in playing other games (like finishing Final Fantasy XIII - I'm almost through with the story mode and then I've got a heck of a lot of trophy hunting to do), and whenever I think of Batman: AC I just groan and pick up a book instead, thinking of all the annoying busy work I'm going to have to do when I log in.

I'm not going to be playing Skyrim for a long while, either. I'm hearing it's got some UI/control issues with the PC and that's my platform of choice for a lot of my adventuring, even though I could just play it on a console. Maybe I should just get a controller for my PC? I mean, it's a pretty beefy machine and it's plugged into my big HDTV. That's the other reason why I like playing on it. I built it for gaming and photo editing, really. The flip side of the original point of this paragraph is, hype turns me off.

This quick post brought to you buy intense hunger at work right before I'm off my shift.

[Amazon: Batman: Arkham City for PS3 | Batman: Arkham City for XBox]