Re: What are you playing right now?
It's short and sadly the multiplayer is a bad afterthought.
You might be served well by a price drop as the game isn't the longest (let's say 6-8 hours). However, the story it tells is damn good and the environments are rather striking.
I'm meaning to play through it again just to see how doing things differently changes dialog and visuals near the endgame, but those final chapters and the ending punched me in the gut good and I'm having a hard time getting in the mood for round two.
Maybe tomorrow, because I am really curious to see what I can do to change how the game acts towards me.
"I actually talked to an Iraqi cabdriver last year in Salt Lake City about the war. He said it was like the US came and weeded his garden, but pulled out most of the vegetables in the process. Needless to say, he had mixed feelings. So I stiffed him on the tip. USA! USA! USA!"