The only game I can think of is Shadow of the Colossus. It's a playstation exclusive so can't buy it on PC (think they released a remastered edition for PS3 but don't have any current-gen consoles since I switched from PS2 to PC) and PS2 emulation is still pretty demanding. So they tell me.
2nd hand copies go for as much as £60 and my dusty old console isn't going to be of this earthly realm for much longer so it's not worth the price tag.
Everything else I've hoovered up in the Steam sales over the years. Maybe a few more recent EA and Ubi titles like Assassin's Creed 3, Driver: San Francisco, the next-gen Prince of Persia abominations - all of which I refuse to buy on the basis that they're published by money-grabbing weasels.
Originally Posted by PioneerRaptor
- Thief Series: I also own the entire series and I just haven't got to it. I love stealth games and I have heard a lot about the series.
x2 on that. I've gotten half way through the first, but got distracted by other shiny games like a magpie with ADD.
I also bought Knights of the Old Republic because I like sci-fi Bioware games (basically just Mass Effect) but finding out it's all number-crunching and not live-action combat made me sad.
Also have the first two S.T.A.L.K.E.R games as I figured it was a survival horror edition of Fallout 3, but found it too... Russian? Can't really explain it - I just felt depressed playing it. Which is kind of the idea I guess, but not in the way one would like. How ever one would like
to feel depressed...
Sorry, I've strayed into 'games you thought you'd love, started playing but then gave up on'.