It's really sad what state the current game industry is. It's all become a factory line of generic goo to fit everyones faces. Glad to see some gems pop up here and there, but on a grand scale it really is discouraging. Seems indy titles are more likely to be good (in my opinion at least) than actual AAA titles. Like MassE3 that just came out, didn't even bother playing it after ME2 and the things i read about ME3. Dragon age 2... bought it and never even installed it when it was released. However, i bought dungeon defenders for the "lulz " and we've actually been playing the shit out of that game on 2 different occasions with the latter being just a week ago. Really fun and complex enough to be enjoyed. It's sad that bethesda had to buy the rights to fallout and making it 3D, so that theres no hope to get a proper fallout game anymore, but i really hope wasteland 2 sets some kind of new standard for rpg's or at least opens up a new point of view in game developers. What im trying to say is that i hope the "AAA" devs might go like "oh, theres a market for games like that after all". Meh, missing too much sleep lately and my post make no fucking sense.