Re: Boosting: Where to next?
I'd help you out, but you better get the DLC. That's where the real fun begins!
The only game that I can think of that hasn't been thrown out there yet was AC Revelations. We could get that stuff done in like 12 hours tops for the core game and the DLC. The boosting method is perfectly set up for a team our size and it's super easy to do. Of course, I could understand if people want to get Brotherhood done first, which I'd pick up a second rate copy to help out in if I'm needed.
Other than that, it looks like we share a lot of priorities for boosting. Bioshock 2 is a pretty fun boost and it's by far one of the easiest and best set up for boosting that I can remember. There are like 3 turrets and six of us. Two go to a turret and take turns smashing it and repairing it. Easy peasy
Red Dead Redemption is a pretty fun online MP game. Getting to level 50 doesn't require any organization and it doesn't take nearly as long as Max Payne 3. It's a pretty nifty 100% to have, too.
Resident Evil 5 Versus is a pretty big priority for me because the Versus trophies are the only ones I need for the game still. I'd be willing to help out everyone get what they need from Versus as well. The 2 player stuff won't be as bad because we can divide and conquer that shit without worrying about organizing a time where we can all play it.
I'm up for GRFS still because that sounds like it's going to be a blast. I'd consider doing Uncharted 3 before I actually go hard into it. Don't want another BIGBOSSxSEB or BigDickBrendo situation again…
I'll toss up Grand Theft Auto 4 and Army of Two: The 40th Day and not expect any “yes”es. Patrick and I need to get that shit done. I also only need the online grinding portion of Mortal Kombat Vita left… It actually goes by pretty quickly if we're doing it right, but it's still dull as all hell.