You should try Forbidden Siren 2, it's the best of those games. Huge step up from the first game.
There is something strangely relaxing about playing Dynasty Warriors 7 Empires and slaughtering hundreds/thousands of enemies during a single battle and feeling like a total badass. And the simple empire management is a very nice bonus to the hacking and slashing. Tecmo Koei had my curiosity, now it has my attention. Already bought Warriors Orochi 3, and thinking about buying One Piece Pirate Warriors 2 too. Fist of the North Star also looks crazy awesome!

... great, just what I needed, even MORE games to play. Ah, first world problems...
Finally got my hands on Forbidden Siren. Spooky game!
which one? I've considered the one on PSN like thousand times, but always the 5 euro pricetag seems too much. (No idea why, cuz i love horror games)

The first one. I believe it's called just Siren in the US. I wonder why they changed the PAL title.

You should try Forbidden Siren 2, it's the best of those games. Huge step up from the first game.

I'll definitely check it out eventually.
I found a neat little game on Steam called "One Way Heroics". It's basically seeing how long you last, unlocking new classes and stuff and just trying to defeat the dark lord. The neat thing is that you walk in only one direction (or, actually, you can walk in all of them but each step forces the screen one space to the right, thus you can no longer go back - think some of the Mario games where you could only go forward). It's actually pretty fun, if simplistic.

Also played some Raising RPG VN thing where you are a girl in a magical school and, well, romance happens. It's not bad for what it is and offers enough interesting changes and skills that I've already finished it twice (once becoming the demon's wife and the other time marrying Professor SnapeGrabiner. ;p )
There's dungeons that you take exams in and depending on the kinds of magic you've learned, you can approach them in different ways. Or fail completely. It's an option~ ^.^
Magical Diary: Horse Hall it's called. There's apparently a male version called Magical Diary: Eagle Hall (I think) either out or in the works. From the same people who made Long Live the Queen, Spirited Heart and Cute Knight (CK and SH being two of my favourite Raising Sim RPGs).
Exciting, but ultimately pointless.
I reinstalled Primal Carnage on Steam last night. I used to be REALLY into the game last summer. It's the perfect dinosaur versus human FPS that actually makes both sides feel balanced and fun. The game has received some slight upgrades since I played last, and I really enjoyed all the cool little alterations since my last play session that was probably sometime in December or January. Very fun game, I totally encourage anyone who likes dinosaurs or first person shooters to check it out. It's fairly cheap, too!
The original Kingdom Hearts (PS2, don't have a PS3).

Still as fun as I remember, though the unskippable cutscenes are pretty annoying lol.
The 524 is for 524 Stone Crabs
Just finished LoZ: A Link Between Worlds yesterday.

Kind of re-hashy overall, but I still had lots of fun and nostalgia playing it, and whatever new features were present were really fun to utilize, like the wall-merging power and the item upgrades. I am so glad items are in unlimited quantities in this game.

Also, the way Hilda says "Hey" is sexier than Zelda.
The original Kingdom Hearts (PS2, don't have a PS3).

Still as fun as I remember, though the unskippable cutscenes are pretty annoying lol.

What a coincidence! I'm now playing Kingdom Hearts 2, and luckily, this time
the cutscenes are skippable!

By the way, I already finished Dragon Quest VIII...
Lost against the flagship's final form in FTL, likely because I forgot to activate my Defense II drone. There's a good chance I would have still lost, but I'll never know now.

The Engi cruiser has a few nice tricks. For example, if the enemy ship cannot harm me, I can focus on disabling life support so the enemies suffocate and that way I get more scrap. Using a drone to attack isn't fun though. I think I'll give layout B a go.
Exciting, but ultimately pointless.
Got a Wii U last Friday and have been having a blast with it. Mario Kart 8 and New Super Mario Bros. U are both tons of fun! There are several other games I really want to grab and several coming out later this year that I'm interested in as well, so I expect to have a good time with my new toy.
Playing Tearaway. It's a berry good Vita game, I definitely like the usage of many of the Vita's exclusive control schemes. Makes the most of the platform.

Going to play Ys: Memories of Celceta afterwards, I've heard good things about it.
I told myself I should beat the post-game final boss and 100% complete Etrian Odyssey 4, but the New Game+ was calling for me... and the things I've heard about that boss are scaring me...

Welp, New Game+ time! I'll beat that scary boss in THIS run!

Edit: Well, even with beating the final final boss (and the Fallen One, I hadn't beaten that one either) I STILL wouldn't have 100% completed it, because I didn't bother getting all the treasures in the overworld (the ones that require the Dowsing Rod). :(
Playing the Sly Cooper series, Super Mario RPG, and the web game Mardek(one of my favorite RPG series of all time) with my younger siblings!
Sir Redd of Novus: He who made Prayer of the Faithless that one time, and that was pretty dang rad! :D
With Persona 4 Arena Ultimax coming out later this year, I've been polishing up my skills with the original. I just wish I was good at 2D fighting games. I'm a beast in Soul Calibur, but as soon as I lose a dimension, I'm a bigger scrub than a school janitor...

Also, I've been playing DMC: Devil May Cry. I'm trying to get through Bloody Palace. I can get to floor 80 just fine, but after that, the game decides that Dante is done living and proceeds to murder me. But other than that, Bloody Palace is one of the best stress relievers ever.
Self-proclaimed Puzzle Snob
My friend got the alpha of The Forest and we were playing it at his house.

Don't get it atm, it sucks and it's buggy as heckfire.
"My father told me this would happen."
Is there anyone who has yet played Shovel Knight and not liked it? Because I love it its totally amazing. But there are bits that I can see folks not being into either. Like Propeller Knight's stage and the falls back 3 screens prior.

I still think its one of the best games on Steam. It has replay value. And that's my criterion for 5 stars.
Mario Kart 8.

So. Fucking. Addicting <3333
FF4 on a SNES Emulator. >< Quite easy, and fun as hell. I got that Mount Ordeals track stuck in my head ( even though I'm 9 hours in by the Land of the Dwarves ).

I finished Etrian Odyssey Untold's main story...