- Half-Life: Opposing Force
- Half-Life: Blue Shift
- World of Goo
- Tank Universal (depending on what it's like)
- Oh, and maybe Counter-Strike: Source.
- Out on a limb here: Aquaria?
I also browsed Blu-Ray disks in HMV, my laptop is going to have full HD screen (1080 pixels high by 1920 along). It seems that as with video games nothing is really breaking the mould and being adventurous with this, the best Blu-Ray films I saw were big-budget-hollywood-smash-box-office-hits, such as Batman Begins and well, that's about it really. I watched 'my beautiful laundrette' last night and despite the resolution being bad, the film itself was marvellous. And it doesn't help that Blu-Ray disks average at about £20 in price.
Tomorrow I might go watch 'Yes Man' with Matthieu, under the weary inquiry as to whether it'll be any good. Who knows, the Spirit looks to be awesome and I'll watch it as soon as I can, possibly with a friend from school. Or the tale of Despereaux.
I'll leave with another nod to a good game, I noticed that SiN Episodes: Emergence on Steam is actually modelled on the Source engine. Instantly turning it from a bizarre game which I never thought worth a look to an intersting game with seemingly limitless potential for fun. Maybe as soon as I get my laptop I'll ignore my pre-PC hoarding phase and start playing so-called 'mainstream' games that the rest of the apes of my age play. Screaming 'Gears was nang innit!'.