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Now… thoughts must be verbalised.

Uncharted 1 and 2: You do want. Wonderful, wonderful games with perfect balance of narrative and action. Nolan North doing the character he was born to do. And some of the best female characters of all time. Immensely quotable, very playable.

inFAMOUS: It didn’t hold my interest. I got it free with my PS3 but I couldn’t really be bothered with it. Others love it, though.

Pixeljunk: I’ve only played Eden and it’s an odd, compelling game with a gorgeous art style that I don’t play nearly as much as I should. I know @RocGaude has had fun times with Monsters with his son and Shooter looks great, though.

Flower: The most beautiful game in the world. Not necessarily from a presentational perspective. But as an example of how you can use interactive media to do something other than blow up zombies, it’s wonderful. I feel genuine emotion while I play it, and I’m still to this date not entirely sure why.

God of War, Killzone 2: Can’t help you. Never played. Doesn’t really appeal, either, if I’m honest.

Everyday Shooter: Interesting experiment with visuals and audio. Fun game, too. I haven’t bought it myself, though.

Fat Princess: I’d love to play this more but the relative difficulty of communicating with other people on PSN makes teamwork a difficult thing to co-ordinate. It’s a great game, though; Team Fortress 2 meets Warcraft III.

Heavy Rain: Do it! Even if you hate it, it’s worth playing through just to see, like Flower, a different way of approaching the production of a game.

3D Dot Game Heroes: Did you like Zelda: Link to the Past? Then you will like this, as it is almost identical, in a gloriously self-referential way.

You may also want to check out Demon’s Souls for curiosity’s sake. And George will kill me if I don’t say WipeOut.