OK, so I should be playing Bayonetta, and I really need to give my preview build of Dark Void more time. Then there's Heavy Rain, which is having a comfy lie-in inside my PS3 debug unit...
However, being a bit of a Roguelike fan, I've been engrossed in Dungeon Adventure on 360.
I found it on Saturday while checking out the 360's indie section. I snapped it up straight away, not bothering to download the demo. After all, it was only 240 points and it's a Roguelike, so what's not to like?
It may not be as deep as Angband or Nethack, but slouching on the couch playing an ASCII style adventure is surprisingly relaxing. The tile set is fine and dandy, but the ASCII characters give the game a charm that I find hard to explain.
There's something magical about old-school adventures - maybe it's the way your imagination runs riot as you visualise an emu pecking your eyes out. Whatever it is, I can't get enough of 'em.
I've only made it to the depths of lvl 6 - I starved to death - but it definitely gets the thumbs up from me.