I finished Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter
on the "Normal" difficulty a couple of days ago, so I'm thinking I might try it out on the "Hard" difficulty just to see. I haven't yet jumped online with it, either, and I'm tempted to, but somehow the idea of getting into a game with a bunch of 12-year-olds yelling arbitrary profanity at me doesn't sound too enticing. That said, maybe I'll give it a run anyway.
Jenn's bridal shower was on Saturday and while that was going on I headed over to Stu's
new place to put in a few units* on Oblivion
. Jenn ended up getting several very nice things from folks and it sounds like she had a great time, which is good, since you don't get a bridal shower every week.
I, of course, felt pretty good about the units put in and look forward to the next set of units.
* A "unit" is roughly defined as a "large block of time dedicated to a single task." The original definition derives from when Stu and I were playing Soul Calibur III
and had to fight the last character so many times before we finally beat him
that it became a running joke.