I Never Finished…The Cave…Because

The Cave

This was one of those free PS+ games that I actually wanted to play and just didn’t play because it was free. The concept of the game looked interesting and I was pretty excited when it was announced that it would be free. Unfortunately, it ended up on this list so there has to be a reason why I didn’t finish this game.

The Cave is about…well a cave. Not just any cave though, a magical cave that lures people into it in order to see his or her dark side. You’ll pick three out of seven characters to begin with and you’ll start exploring the cave and what brought that character to the cave. Depending on how things go you’ll either see the bad in them or the good. There are so many different combinations of character to choose from and a bunch of different ways to play that you could spend hours upon hours playing this game.

I really enjoyed this game and had a really fun time with my first playthrough. I remember being so interested in this game that I actually played my first whole playthrough straight through without stopping. It’s a short enough game that you could do that, but that doesn’t mean it lacks substance. The Cave is a pretty deep game showing you that while people might be good, everyone has a dark side. I thought it was pretty fantastic, especially the concept and all of the different combinations you could choose from. If I thought this game was so great and fantastic why didn’t I explore all options for this game and finish it? I remember that after my first playthrough I wanted to wait a little before playing again, but just never got around to it. There were too many things going on and too many games that I was playing and this one just got shelved.

As you can see from the picture above, I was able to get 9 out of the 20 trophies for this game. It’s a lot of trophies for a little game and it takes 5 whole playthroughs to get them. That’s if you play it a certain way. If you just go and wing it like I did then it’ll take a lot more. Anyway, I’m missing a bunch of random trophies since all this game really is, is a bunch of random trophies. They’re not hard to get, they just just require time. A lot of time.

Probability of this game getting played again…4 out of 5.

I would really like to play this game again, and pick different characters to see his or her story, if I can remember what characters I first played as, and actually one day finish this game. As I said before though, it requires time and I’m kind of short on time these days. There’s always so much going on it’s hard enough to get as much time as I already get to game. Anyway, if for some reason I have some extra time, I would play this game.

Now it’s your turn. Is this game also on your unfinished list? Did you love it? Hate it? Let me know down in the comments section below and next week a game that shouldn’t even be on my list because I had no interest in playing it anyway. It’s only on my list because my “friend” played it and she said how easy it was and how she was getting trophies left and right but she didn’t think I was coordinated enough to get it. This made me pissed off because to this day I am in the top 1% of the Mass Effect 3 multiplayer leaderboard for both the world and the US and I have been since the game was released. Anyway, I’m not here to brag about that but I am going to tell you why I never finished Joe Danger 2: The Movie.



I Never Finished…God of War: Ascension…Because

God of War Ascension

Being a God of War fan, I played all the previous five games and never finished them, I was eager to play this one and this was one of my rare pre-orders. I call this one of my rare pre-orders because at the time I was focused on going to school to get my IT degree and wasn’t working. I had to have this game though because it was God of War. I was also pretty determined to finish this but never did. Keep reading to find out why.

As always, for this God of War, you’ll play as Kratos. There is a catch with this game though, it’s another prequel that takes place six months after Kratos kills his family. This is ten years before the original God of War with Chains of Olympus taking place timeline wise after Ascension. I know, it’s all very confusing, but this time Kratos will be punished by three Furies since he broke his oath to Aries. He’ll eventually break free from them and then do what he does best which is hunt them down and kill them. During this time you’ll have flashbacks to before he was punished and imprisoned by the Furies. This was also the first God of War game that had additional multiplayer added on.

I actually enjoyed this game along with the multiplayer and played the whole thing from start to finish like other God of War games but I just never got all the trophies for it. One of the main reasons I was able to enjoy this game was because I was on someone’s shit list again because I was able to purchase this game before she was and it wasn’t fair because that means that I would start and finish before she did. There was a lot of drama and toxic stuff going on at this time and it just sucks looking back and seeing how my gaming was impacted by this. Sadly, I was off someone’s shit list by the time I was just about finished with this game and in the middle of the final battle. This resulted in a crying phone call and me basically missing the ending to the game. To this day this is one game that I played to the end but have no idea how it ended because I had to deal with a crying “friend.” I told myself I would get back to this game, but never did as other games came up and I was off someone’s shit list again…for now.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get a decent 26 out of 36 trophies meaning if I were to go back and play I would only have to get 9 trophies to make the platinum pop and actually finish this game. I’m missing the usual trophies when it comes to God of War such as hit combos, collectibles, some other random stuff, and playing the game on the hardest difficulty. Not all that bad and it would probably take me another two playthroughs to finish up.

Probability of this game getting played again…5 out of 5.

God of War Ascension

I’ve had a real hankering to play not only this game but my other God of War games since the new God of War is getting released this April. Will it actually happen though? That’s a different story. I guess if anything I would play this one first in order to play them in chronological order since this is basically the first game. We’ll see if I can get the chance to play again.

Now it’s your turn. This is one of the most hated God of War games, even though I liked it, but let me know in the comments section what you thought about it. Did you love it? Hate it? Enjoy the multiplayer? Let me know in the comments section below and for next week a game that was free and that I actually wanted to play. It’s this weird little story where you can pick different characters each time making the combination of characters and the way the story can go in a bunch of different places. I’ll let you know next week why I never finished The Cave.


I Never Finished…Tomb Raider…Because

Tomb Raider

This is one of those franchises that I’ve been playing since I was a teenager. I played this game a few times on the PS2, but mostly did my Tomb Raider playthroughs on PC. I know, huge shock, right? I’ve always loved every single Tomb Raider game, even that really crappy one that was released for the PS2 Angel of Darkness. That’s beside the point though, Lara Croft is an icon and when I heard that Tomb Raider was getting the full reboot on the PS3, I was a little skeptical at first, but then really fell in love with not only the idea but the game. So why the hell is it on this list? Keep reading to find out.

Tomb Raider is about Lara Croft before she was Lara Croft. The new and ambitious archeologist sets out on her first ever adventure and like all Tomb Raider games, something goes horribly wrong. With this game it means that the ship that she’s on, Endurance, gets shipwrecked and Lara and her crew end up getting way more than they bargained for. For a character that is so well known and iconic, this game gives you a new perspective on the character as it’s basically a prequel to all the other Tomb Raider games where Lara is more experienced. As always, Lara will go in looking for one thing and end up finding another in this open world action adventure game.

At first I wasn’t sure what to think about this game. I know it was a new generation of games, but I was still stuck on my first Tomb Raider games and the look and the feel of them. When I finally got around to playing this game though, I fell in love with it because it was new and exciting but it was still the same Tomb Raider game that I was looking for. Yes, some of the mechanics changed and Lara could now use a bow and arrow, totally my favorite part by the way, but it also meant that this was giving her character as well as the franchise a fresh start. I enjoyed this new perspective so much that for a week straight this was all that I played from morning to night. I played a mix of the regular game and the multiplayer which I was pretty good at and actually enjoyed. I was seriously on this loop of waking up each morning and playing this game first thing, breaking along the day for various reasons, and then playing until I was ready to pass out. I even finished this game, but then ended up not getting the platinum trophy? Here’s the thing on why I never finished it though, at first my “friend” was pissed that I bought this game because apparently, I wasn’t allowed to buy games that she had no interest in and no desire to play so she decided not to talk to me for a whole week. This is where the playing day and night came in because I had no distractions and to tell you the truth I was loving it. I happily finished this game and was about to re-start it to go back and get my remaining trophies when my “friend” decided that she was talking to me again and every single time she noticed I was playing this game I would get a phone call, or a PSN message, or a Skype message, or a text and the game became less fun until I just tossed it to the side. This is totally my fault by the way because I’m the one that allowed it, sometimes it just takes a while to see how stupid you once were.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get 32 out of the 51 trophies for this game, and that was just on my first go around. Can you imagine if I went through with my second playthrough? That platinum trophy would have been mine. Anyway, I’m only missing a few super easy trophies, collectibles and such, and some grindy multiplayer trophies, that I totally could have gotten because I was playing the multiplayer that much at the time. Yes I might be hard to believe, but I tossed Mass Effect 3 MP to the side for this game. It’s not a lot of trophies left and I accomplished a lot because I was able to get 50% of the trophies on the first time around. How many times does that happen?

Probability of this game getting played again…4 out of 5.

Tomb Raider

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve thought about getting the remaster for my PS4, but I always stopped because I really want to finish this game first and then I don’t mind playing it again on the PS4. Anyway, I would really love to get back into this game and now that my “friend” is no longer my friend it shouldn’t be that hard to do except I rarely turn on my PS3 these days.

Now it’s your turn. Did you fall in love with the reboot of this icon game and character like I did? Or did you hate it? Are you still not finished with the multiplayer and looking for someone to help you grind your way through the trophies? That would be a good enough excuse for me to turn on my PS3 again. Let me know in the comments section below and for next week another game that I was having a good time playing because I was on someone’s shit list again for purchasing this game, until all was forgiven and I was basically back to square one and all of the enjoyment was gone. By now you probably know why I never finished this game, but I’ll tell you why I never finished God of War: Ascension next week.


I Never Finished…Chronovolt…Because


Basically there were two reasons why I played this game. One was because it was free. This was the most important reason of them all and the second reason was because I needed some alone gaming time. If you’ve read the last few I Never Finished…Because blogs then you know why. Anyway, this seemed like the perfect game. Turns out it wasn’t and I never finished it.

Chronovolt is a simple puzzle platformer made exclusively for the PS Vita. It was made exclusively because it utilized the PS Vita’s tilt system. Throughout steam punk styled game you’ll operate the Chronosphere, this little metal ball throughout each level and collect power ups, some that help you rewind time and do other various things, in order to reach the end of each level.

I thought this would be a cool game to jump into because it reminded me of one of my favorite games on the NES which was Marble Madness. Anyone else remember this game? Let me know in the comments section and we can reminisce about the greatness that was Marble Madness. Anyway, this game was not Marble Madness and it really didn’t help that the controller for this game was the whole PS Vita. Tilt slightly the wrong way and you were rolled off the board and forced to start again. I already have an awkward time holding the PS Vita as it is, so this game was not for me and I quickly became agitated. Once I was agitated I put this game back in the vault and never looked at it again.

As you can see from the pathetic picture above I was able to get none of the 9 trophies this game has to offer. None. I’m not bothered to much by it since the trophies range from Rare to Very Rare so I wasn’t the only one. Anyway this game is yet another stain on my trophy profile.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

I have no desire to ever play this game again. If I want something like Marble Madness to play, I’ll hook up my NES and actually play Marble Madness. Thinking about Marble Madness really makes me want to play it again though. How awesome was the game? Also agitating, but in a different way. Anyway, this game isn’t for me and I’m not going to force it on myself just to finish it up.

Now it’s your turn. Did you also play this game? Love it? Hate it? Wish it was Marble Madness instead of this weird little copy? Let me know in the comments section below and for next week, a AAA game that I found some time to play alone and actually enjoy myself before I was constantly interrupted then unable to enjoy the full game. It’s part of my favorite franchise that I played on both the PS2 and the PC, yes I played some games on the PC a very long time ago, that has recently been rebooted quite successfully. Know what it is yet? It’s Tomb Raider. Next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Tomb Raider for the PS3.


I Never Finished…Foosball 2012…Because (PS3)

Foosball 2012 PS3

As I mentioned before I played this game on the PS Vita and didn’t even finish it. You can read about why I didn’t finish that version here. So why play this game then on the PS3 if I couldn’t play it on the PS Vita? My friend at the time didn’t have a PS Vita and wanted to play this game with someone. She knew I had both and wanted me to play on the PS3 with her instead of the PS Vita. I obliged since I had been spending some time with my PS Vita and felt a little bad although she did make me play two games previous which you can read about here and here that I not only didn’t finish but didn’t like. Moving on though, we played this game a few times and then I never finished it.

The point of this game was exactly the same as the PS Vita. There was no story, it was just a regular sports game where you picked your team and you went on your way with playing. It was simple. Just like the PS Vita it had the world tours mode which gave you a bit of a challenge.

Even though I enjoyed this game on the PS Vita, I really didn’t enjoy it on the PS3. I know that it was the same game, but I just liked playing it on my PS Vita a lot better. Maybe it was because I had some peace and quiet while I played. I guess in a way I’m just really like that. I have a much better time gaming when I’m playing by myself half the time then when I’m playing with other people. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy playing games with my friends, but I think every gamer needs that alone single player time. Anyway, like I had said I played this game because of my friend who ended up hating the game and then blaming me for making her play. This is a warning going forward, these next few I Never Finished…Because blogs will have some sort of drama attached to them. Seriously. It’s just a warning. Anyway, since she didn’t like it and threw a little temper tantrum, I also stopped playing on the PS3 and the PS Vita and ended up not finishing the game on either system.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get 3 out of 12 trophies for this game. The funny thing is that they are exactly the same 3 trophies that I got on my PS Vita. The only thing I’m glad about is that even though I only gained 3 of the trophies that I have the one online trophy so if I want to go back and the servers are closed, I already have that trophy.

Probability of this game getting played again…1 out of 5.

If I’m going to go back and play this game it will be on the PS Vita because like I said I enjoyed it a lot more on the PS Vita than I did on the PS3. Some games are just better with handheld systems. Anyway, I really have no intention of going back to this game on the PS3 any time soon.

Now it’s your turn. Did you also get this game free as a cross play? Did you love it? Hate it? Let me know down in the comments section below and now for next week a game that I played because I wanted some of that single-player alone time that I talked about before. For it to be an alone time game it had to be a PS Vita game because the friends lists didn’t sync up and no one knew when I was online which is why I thought Chronovolt was going to be perfect. Turns out it wasn’t and I’ll let you know why I never finished it next week.


I Never Finished…Ecolibrium…Because


Wanting a little me time in the gaming world, everyone deserves that every once in a while especially when you play two games back to back that just aren’t for you, I figured I would head over to my little PS Vita and pick out a free game to play. Since I was the only one of my friends who had a PS Vita, it was nice to have some me time. Scrolling through the free games that the PS Vita had to offer, I chose Ecolibrium. If you’re reading about it here you know I never finished it and here’s why.

Ecolibrium is basically like The Sims, but instead of running a household of people and telling them when they should be using the bathroom you’re running your own ecosystem. You get to control water, minerals, vegetation, and meat in order to make your ecosystem work and become balanced. Sounds totally fun and worth hours of game time right? Think again.

This game was a total downer. It was just the worst game I’ve ever played on my PS Vita at this point. Yes, unfortunately it does get worse. Anyway, the game was confusing as hell and no matter how many times I tried, I just couldn’t get the hang of it. Was I playing it right? Is this how it’s supposed to be done? I couldn’t answer these questions not to mention the graphics for this game just sucked, so I gave up on it.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get 0 out of 12 trophies for this game. I’m thinking a lot of people had the same problem that I did when it came to this game because there are a lot of ultra-rare trophies for this game. I just couldn’t believe that I didn’t get a single trophy for this game. I didn’t give up too easily when it came to this game to. I played multiple times but could never really get past the first stage of the game. When it came to this game I didn’t do anything right.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

I have no desire what so ever to play this game again. It’s just not worth it for me and I don’t feel like wasting the time or energy it would take to try and play this game. This is one of those games that will forever be on my trophy list as a stain since I didn’t get any trophies for it. Not the best PS Vita game out there, that’s for sure.

Now it’s your turn. Did you try this game and love it? Try it and hate it? Understand what the hell you were supposed to do I this game? Let me know down in the comments section below. For next week, a repeat of a cross-play game. So this game was already featured on this blog, but it was the PS Vita version, I told you one of these would be coming up right? Anyway, I was once again pulled away from my Vita from my friend because she wanted us to be able to play something together since she felt like I was ignoring her for my PS Vita. You can tell our friendship was in no way toxic. (Total sarcasm by the way in case you didn’t catch that.) Moving on though, next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Foosball 2012 for the PS3.


I Never Finished…Closure…Because


After Guardians of Middle-earth, which I never finished and you can read about it here, you would think that I would have learned my lesson and maybe play a game that I wanted to play, but nope. I was told that this other free game for the month was artsy and all the artsy people were playing it and I should totally play it. I figured, I was artsy, I was taking a photoshop class at the time and my instructor thought I was less than artsy, but I proved her wrong when I got an A in her class anyway. Wanting to prove that I was artsy and “hip” I figured I would give this game a chance. Like every game on this list, I didn’t finish it so keep reading to find out why I never finished Closure.

Closure is your typcal puzzle / platformer, which I generally like, but this one centers on light. So it basically has this Lion King type thing where “everything the light touches is your kingdom,” well in this game everything the light touches is where you can walk. Step on a dark spot and it could mean the death of your character. The point of each level was to make it to the end without dying and by following the light.

I completed the tutorial and just basically rolled my eyes because I just didn’t like this game. It’s ok to not like games. It doesn’t mean that I don’t like indie games or anything, I just didn’t like this one. It was complicated and everything was dark. I get that there was probably some meaning to that but I really dislike dark games because you can’t see anything. I played through the tutorial. Tried a couple of other levels and then gave up.

As you can see I was able to get a single trophy out of the 8 available for this game, and I got it for completing the tutorial. All of the other trophies are basically for completing each level, completing the game, completing the game at 100%, and finding them moth cave along with the silver moth. Not a difficult trophy list if you like this type of a game.

Probability of this game getting played again…2 out of 5.

This might have been one of those games that I misjudged too quickly and I wouldn’t mind going back and giving it another try eventually. This basically means that if there is nothing else to play, ha like that’s going to happen, then I would give this one a chance. Other than that I’m fine with it staying on my list of unfinished games and on my PS3.

Now it’s your turn. Love this game? Hate it? Get past the tutorial and play the whole game? Have at it in the comments section below and let me know what you thought about this game, and for next week a free PS Vita game. I figured after this game and the game from the week before that I deserved a game that was just for me so I could go into my own little PS Vita world and play by myself. The little trailer for this game made me go, “wow this looks amazing” so I downloaded it and now here it is showing up on this blog. Spoiler alert, it wasn’t so amazing. Next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Ecolibrium.


I Never Finished…Guardians of Middle-earth…Because

Guardians of Middle-earth

Another free PS+ game on this week’s blog, but there’s a catch to this one because I actually didn’t want to download it. Yes, this was coming up on the time where I didn’t actually download every single PS+ game and play it only to have it sit on my trophy profile unfinished. This was one of them. I decided to skip this one because, I know I’m going to lose some geek cred here, I am not a Lord of the Rings fan. Never watched the movies, never read the books, never had any interest to do either. I will say though that I have a few Lord of the Rings based games sitting un-played that I got really cheap, but other than that, no interest what-so-ever. There’s a reason why I downloaded this game though and then never finished, so keep reading to find out why.

Guardians of Middle-earth is your standard MOBA. 10 people split up into two groups of 5 and battle it out. You can pick from your favorite Lord of the Rings characters and it has a really strong emphasis of being a team game. Meaning in order to win you have to be well coordinated as a team. That’s basically all I remember about this game because I only played it a handful of times.

So why play this game if I’m not a Lord of the Rings fan? Peer pressure. Plain and simple. I had a friend and wanted to keep her a friend so I downloaded this game because she wanted to play it and had no one to play it with. Who else to ask but gullible me? According to my friend, you hear a lot about this “friend” who is no longer a friend and there’s this huge story behind it and a lot of other crap but it’s just not the story to tell here. The story is boring and drama filled and ends badly for me. For her? Maybe, I don’t know. Going back to this game that I never finished. It was one of those conversations we had like, “can’t we play something other than Mass Effect 3 or Borderlands,” that was also accompanied by, “it’s free.” So, I downloaded it on the premise that we would actually play the game until we were really good at it and got a decent amount of trophies since I was starting to become a trophy hunter. This got old fast and was played with a lot of sighing on both ends of the microphone as I died, she died, and we lost match after match. Soon, it became one of those games that we didn’t about and I never picked up again.

As you can see from the picture above, I was only able to get one trophy out of the 15 this game has to offer. What was the one trophy that I was able to get? A trophy for dying. Amazing right? Maybe I should have seen it then as a sign of our friendship which was also dying a slow and painful death that just dragged along until we didn’t speak anymore. Anyway there are a bunch of other trophies for doing various things in this game like winning, which we never did so I never got them. They range from easy, if you know what you’re doing, to hard even if you know what you’re doing. This is by far an easy trophy list.

Probability of this game getting played again…0 out of 5.

I have no desire to ever touch this game again and I leave it on my PS3 so that I can look at it every now and again and remind myself to never be that person that I was in 2013 again. Anyway, this is one of those games that can just sit on my system with 1 trophy out of 15 completed and never be touched again. I don’t even know if the servers are still open for this game or anything and I really could care less.

Now it’s your turn. Are you a huge Lord of the Rings fan and loved this game? Huge Lord of the Rings fan and hated this game? Still actively playing this game? Want to brag that you’re really good at this game? Have at it in the comments section below and now for next week another game I got talked into playing because it was so artsy and it was just the most amazing game in the world. Turns out that it wasn’t and I gave up on it real quick. Join me next time so I can tell you why I never finished Closure.


I Never Finished…Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack…Because

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack

Another free PS Vita game that I received thanks to PS+. This was at the height of the PS Vita when Sony was really trying to push it and they actually released decent games for it. I was happy to get this one for free, so I played it right when I first downloaded it. By now you know the drill, just because I played it doesn’t mean I finished it and here’s why.

Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack is a puzzle-platformer where you play as a Blob…from space. Make sense right? Anyway, you have an insatiable appetite for anything in sight and it’s your goal to just eat everything and anything. Kinda sounds like Thanksgiving dinner.

I really enjoyed this game to the point where I finished the whole game. I thought it was a cool little game that was just perfect for the PS Vita and it’s really the type of game that I like to play on my PS Vita. There are no complaints for me in that department. So why did I finish it but not finish it? I simply couldn’t get enough of my PS Vita at the time and wanted to download every single game that was free. The only problem was I didn’t have the space for it and something had to go. Unfortunately, this one was it.

As you can see from the picture above I was able to get 11 out of the 14 trophies which means I’m only missing a mere 3 trophies for this game. Not all that bad. There’s one random trophy, one collectible trophy, and one finish every level with a gold medallion trophy. Not all that bad to actually go back and play.

Probability of this game getting played again…4 out of 5.

Since writing about the PS Vita, I’ve been thinking about powering the old girl back up and giving some older games a go. Why wait until it’s the only thing I can play right? Anyway, I really want to play this game again since I know I can get the last three trophies and mark this one as complete.

Now it’s your turn. Did you play this game on the PS Vita? Love it? Hate it? Not even bother to download it even though it was free? Let me know down in the comments section below. Now for next week, a game that I didn’t even want to play. Seriously did not want to play it, seen it was free because of PS+ and decided to skip it knowing I would have a horrible time playing. My “friend” said that we just had to play this game as we were still in this Mass Effect 3 multiplayer craze and had to break things up a bit and I said OK like I normally did. Turned out to be a big mistake and you’ll find out why next week I never finished Guardians of Middle-earth.


I Never Finished…Foosball 2012…Because (PS Vita)

Foosball 2012

This was one of those free games that I got because of PS+ once again. There was a little catch with this one though, not only was the PS Vita version of this game free, but so was the PS3 version. I figured that this was great because if I enjoyed one, I would probably enjoy the other. Like every game that ends up on this list, this one also went unfinished. Keep reading to find out why.

There basically isn’t a story to this game. It’s a sports game, so at the time there weren’t really stories with them. You picked your team and you played. It’s really as simple as that. There were different modes for this game from world tours to online mode. The world tours was my favorite because you started off easy then went to harder and harder matches. Not a bad game, especially when it was free.

I really enjoyed this game and had a fun time playing. I couldn’t find anything wrong with this game and when I wasn’t playing on my PS3, I was totally hooked on this game. Being an “old school” foosball player. Anyplace that had a foosball table or air hockey table was where I was at when I was younger, I really enjoyed this digital version of the game. So why did it go unfinished? A really stupid reason actually. My friend at the time didn’t have a PS Vita, only a PS3 and she wanted to play with someone on the PS3, so I dropped my PS Vita version of this game and played on the PS3 instead. I don’t have to tell you, but that game also became unfinished and will make its appearance on this list shortly.

As you can see, I was able to get 3 of the 12 trophies for this game. The game really isn’t that hard, but it’s just time consuming and if you’re into it all of the trophies are really possible except for one luck based one. If you play this game enough though and hone your skills, this trophy list shouldn’t be a problem. While I’m not OK with only getting 3 trophies, it’ll have to do.

Probability of this game getting played again…3 out of 5.

Even though I never picked up my PS Vita that much anymore, I have way too many games and no time to actually play each and every one of them, I would like to eventually play this game again. Since I usually use my PS Vita during hurricane blackouts, I guess we’ll have to wait until the next hurricane season to get his game installed on my Vita and play once more. Not that I’m looking forward to another hurricane or anything, believe me two in the past two years was totally enough.

So now it’s your turn. Did you also play this game on your PS Vita or did you play on the PS3? Love it? Hate it? Think it was a waste of time? Let me know in the comments section below and for next week another game I didn’t finish. Surprised right? Because at the time I was totally in love with my PS Vita, it just happens to be another PS Vita game that was also free. I’m telling you, I have a bunch of games for my PS Vita, and I probably paid for maybe two of them. Anyway, next week I’ll let you know why I never finished Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack.