I finally finished up Eternal Sonata (Xbox 360) last night. The plot was quite convoluted in the end, and left me with a whole plethora of questions unanswered; however, I did not feel the need to answer them, since I seem to feel like I do not have a connection to any of the characters. I found myself liking the individual characters based completely off of their prowess in battle (except for Jazz, he was awesome). Which leads me to saying, the battle system is amazing, and I wish they done more and had thrown more at me (like 4-5 on 3). Overall, it was entertaining, and I loved the music and story of real-life Chopin, but the story in the dream left me with mixed feelings.
I have also been playing BlazBlue Continuum Shift: Extend (Xbox 360) after finally purchasing it last month. I have not been able to play much with my friends yet, but have had plenty of fun taking on the story and throwing myself into the abyss mode. I getting ever so closer to pro-level Tager play.
Finally, I have been slowly but surely working on Sonic Generations (Xbox 360). No clue how far I am in the game in relation to the end (I’m before the second boss), but I have to say it has been rather enjoyable up to now. I seem to enjoy the 3D Sonic sections more, but tend to do better at the 2D.
I changed the language of all of the games to Japanese for both practice and to mix things up a bit. I have to say, I like all of them much better that way.