I got the Humble THQ Bundle last night and all the games in it are really good. I'm particularly interested in Saint's Row the Third and then there are Metro 2033 and Red Faction: Armageddon and I hear that Darksiders aren't half bad either, although they don't seem like my usual type of game. I guess that means that my "to play" list has just become even longer. :lol: The last game in the bundle, CoH, has been on that list for ages.) BTW, take a look at what THQ stock has been doing since yesterday! Other games that I own, and have already started, but can't make time for, are Trine 2, Splinter Cell: Conviction and Sleeping Dogs, all really good stuff! EDIT: I'm some way into the Black Mesa HL2 mod as well. BTW, I'm still playing ACIII, I'm at around 30% of the story and I'm cleaning up the side missions at the moment. The game is pretty good, I like how the story is going as well as the new gameplay elements. The side missions are a bit of a let-down. The liberation missions usually consist of going to place X (usually in front of some house) and killing a bunch of tax-men; that's it, not even a "Thank you!" conversation with the house owner. Assassination contracts are even weaker contents-wise, you go to a guy to activate them and all of the targets appear on the map; they are nameless, faceless, lacking any story about why they need to be killed (other than that they are simply Templars); unguarded by others, each patrols his own area among other NPCs and when you decide to kill one, you just walk to his location, approach from behind, stab him with the hidden blade and walk on; no battle, no conversation, the guards don't get alarmed; and unless you turn off Social Status Indicator*, he gets a red mark above his head as soon as you get near him, no need to even use eagle vision. *I like to have SSI on so that I know when a guard starting to be alarmed. Without it, it's really hard to get through a city full of troops on a mission when you are not incognito. Alas, that means a whole bunch of other indicators on screen.