Of F.E.A.R. And Oblivion

Alma - F.E.A.RNine days ago I received a press release informing me that the single player demo for the upcoming F.E.A.R. expansion - Extraction Point, had been released. So, I figured figured what the hell and downloaded it. Well, I enjoyed the demo so much I decided that I should run out and pick up the original version. Over the next several days I fought my way through the game, mostly playing in the middle of the night (for the best experience). It was terrific - I should have picked it up much sooner. Alma was a bit too much of a Sadako clone for my tastes but I supposed there aren't too many way to portray a creepy little girl. My only problem with the game, now that I've finished it, is that I don't want to replay it because it just won't be as creepy the next time through - guess I'll have to wait till Extraction Point hits next month. Anyway, if you haven't played it I suggest you pick it up! While I was out picking up F.E.A.R. I also decided I should get a copy of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion. I'm not too far yet but, I'm going to try to make it to the end of the main quest. I tried to get into Morrowind Game of the Year Edition for Xbox a while back but couldn't - hopefully this time it goes better. One thing I noticed so far is that the system I installed it on needs some more memory. ;)