Friday night, I spent playing Hellgate: London. A lot of people (critics and players) didn't like the game, but did. I have 3 different characters (the game has 6 different classes) at different points of the game. No, I don't have "New Class-itis" at all!
Saturday, I went to Gamestop to pick up a game that I have been wanting for a while, Left 4 Dead. (That one isn't an RPG; it's a shooter, but anyway...) while I was at Gamestop, I saw that they had a 3-pack of PC RPG's, all of which I had been wanting for a while: Loki, Gothic 3, and Dungeon Lords. Seperate, each is about $20, but the 3-pack was $20. So I snagged it. I also picked up another action-RPG for the 360 that I've been wanting, Rise of the Argonauts.
Before I played Left 4 Dead, though, I wanted to finish Viking, which I have had rented since mid-September and never finished. (Most of the game is good, but it can be frustrating at times, so I had put it aside for a while. Viking is an action-RPG.) After beating Viking, I spent 4 hours Saturday night playing Left 4 Dead. (I will also say that that was the first time I have ever played a video game with other people over the Internet.)
Sunday, I started off with Dungeon Lords (making only 1 characer), then played Loki for several hours (making 2 characters). After dinner, I switch to Titan Quest: Immortal Throne, which I have had for a while. I had 2 characters in various points of the game and was working on leveling up my lower level one. After getting frustrated with a long series of battles that I was barely winning, I came to the decision that the character is poorly made. So I started from scratch on a new character, which took until about 10 last night.
You may notice I didn't mention playing Rise of the Argonauts, because I haven't yet. I wanted to print out some information on playing the game, but my printer doesn't work. So I waited until I got to work and printed it out. :) I'll get to that one tonight, probably.