What we’re playing

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Recently, single-player games like games like Mass Effect 2 and Heavy Rain have consumed our teams for hours on end — so the release of Battlefield: Bad Company 2 was the perfect return back into multiplayer for many. It’s far from the only game in town — other popular multiplayer games includeBioshock 2, Borderlands, the Starcraft 2 beta, and Plants vs. Zombies on iPhone.

Take a look at the games we’re playing, and share with us the games you’re playing — whether you’re playing them on your own or with friends.

Pete Hines: Bioshock 2, Bad Company 2, and Plants vs. Zombies iPhone.

Peter Sokal: Lots of Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

Matt Weil: Bad Company 2, more Bad Company 2.

Jon DeVriendt: StarCraft II and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

Ryan Lea: Demon’s Souls.

Adam Adamowicz: Robot Unicorn Attack.

Matt Ponton: Heavy Rain.

Michael Musick: Finishing up a God of War II refresher, indulging destructive tendencies via the Just Cause 2 demo and runnin’ over zombies in Zombie Driver.

Jon Paul Duvall: BFBC2.

Devin Winters: Playing Borderlands.

John Pisano: Bad Company 2, Fallout 2, Ballad of Gay Tony, and Assassin’s Creed 2.

Matt Grandstaff: Assassin’s Creed 2.

Greg Hounsom: Chrono Trigger DS and PS3 FIFA 10 – Live Season.

Dave Ratti: Starcraft 2 Beta.

Dan Ross: Mechwarrior 4, White Knight Chronicles, and Darksiders.

Megan Sawyer: Plants versus Zombies!

Dane Olds: S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat, Plants vs. Zombies on iPhone, Mass Effect 2, and the awesome Infectionator: World Dominator.

Andrew Chang: Endless Ocean 2 and Lego Indiana Jones 2.

Aaron Mitschelen: Borderlands. MUCH BORDERLANDS. Must get level capped, must kill Crawmerax the Invincible. MUST.

Mark Lampert: Grand Theft Auto IV and Agricola.

Rob Bartholomew: The Blur Beta and Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

Mike Dulany: Finishing BioShock 2 and starting Heavy Rain.

Michael Lattanzia, QA: Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (PC), Entropia Universe, Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce, Borderlands, Red Faction: Guerrilla, and maybe Toy Soldiers if I decide to download it.

Ryan Salvatore: Lord of the Rings Online, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and Peggle Nights.

Justin Schram: Dante’s Inferno this weekend and traveling next week so playing Scribblenauts and Final Fantasy IV DS. Oh, plus Final Fantasy XIII when it comes out.

William Shen: Heavy Rain and Mass Effect 2

Nate Purkeypile: Heavy Rain, S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat and Plants vs. Zombies.

Sean Palomino: Mass Effect 2 and Ninja Gaiden II.

Orin Tresnjak: Maybe trying out Heavy Rain if I can find some time in between looking at new apartments.

Ryan Jenkins: Darksiders. Gamefly also just sent me Matt Hazard, even though it was at least 8th on my queue…

Nick Breckon: StarCraft II beta, Silent Hunter 5, Plants vs. Zombies iPhone.

Matthew Dickenson: BF: Bad Company 2!

Reader Comments

  1. BF: BC 2 (PC), and nothing else. Been playing BF 2 since it came out. So I really needed som proper BF action again, of course that is when BC 2 works which is only periodically at best. Hope they get that server system and EA-online working soon :-) . But when it works it’s really sweet! (next goal top 3000)

  2. I was playing for most of the weekend the disappointment the watered down wine which is SUPREME COMMANDER 2. Thank goodness i played it at a friends house. Its definitely not like the original. Fortunately for me i never played the FORGED ALLIANCE expansion so i picked that up sunday afternoon and am loving it. Ah nothing like playing an old cpu intensive game on a modern computer.

    Keeping my fingers crossed the release of DAWN OF WAR 2 CHAOS RISING doesnt end in more watered down tragedy later this week.

    Also squeezing in a bit of FALLOUT 3.

  3. Hellbishop: Chaos Rising looks great, I’m pretty psyched to slaughter some heretics. The new campaign stuff sounds great as well :)

  4. [Hellbishop: Chaos Rising looks great, I’m pretty psyched to slaughter some heretics. The new campaign stuff sounds great as well

    Left by Sokal on March 8th, 2010 ]

    Sokal yes CHAOS RISING looks like its going to do for soul corrupting spirit obliterating evil what DAWN OF WAR 2 did for purifying glistening brilliantly bright life enhancing good.

  5. I’m afraid Sushi Cat peggle has my heart these days.

    I did give it a brief break to play Torchlight, though. I’m feeling a bit in the mood to follow up my Mass Effect (1&2) marathon with a Fallout 3 marathon some time soon.

    That or actually play the billion-and-a-half other games I got in the Steam Christmas sale, of course. :D

  6. Hey gstaff,

    A question for the Bethesda devs: do you think if Bethesda made a multiplayer game they’d be able to make a server browser that worked/actually did what you wanted it to/had more functionality than a fly with no wings or legs?

    EA/DICE seem to have a mind-numbingly, head against wall-smackingly incessant need to create great playing games that are nigh-on impossible to actually get in to and play.

    Naturally this in reference to Bad Company 2. The irony of the name of the game and EA/DICE is not wasted on me. Bad companies indeed.

    Rant over!

    On a related note to your post: I notice noone is playing Pirates, Vikings and Knights 2; a free mod available via Steam. If the devs in the office are looking for a quick, light hearted, sword slashing, explosive keg loving fun multiplayer game then look no further. It has killer homing parrots for goodness sake…that’s got to win some sort of awesome award :)

  7. Picked up the WARHAMMER 40k DAWN OF WAR 2 expansion CHAOS RISING on release day and having a blast with it. A true sequel that enhances the greatness of the original.

    Also putting in some heavy time with a new character in TORCHLIGHT for a cheery yet still creepy contrast.