Re: Best 'Current Gen' memories?
There's more that I loved, but the first thing that came to mind was finishing Spec Ops: The Line.
Goddamn, that was a harrowing experience. I felt drained and disillusioned, but also overjoyed by the fact that I experienced it. Being challenged and even actively questioned by a game as to why I play the war-shooter genre was a shocking and illuminating experience.
"I actually talked to an Iraqi cabdriver last year in Salt Lake City about the war. He said it was like the US came and weeded his garden, but pulled out most of the vegetables in the process. Needless to say, he had mixed feelings. So I stiffed him on the tip. USA! USA! USA!"