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What year were you born? Obvious Question for an older gamer site right?
"To knock a thing down, especially if it is cocked at an arrogant angle, is a deep delight of the blood." -George Santayana
I broke a controller playing Metro 2033. I threw controllers, I even cussed controllers, but I never stomped one into oblivion before my failure-filled trip through Moscow’s Metro.
Sanctum 2, which was released on the XBox Live Network and on Steam on May 15th by independent game studio Coffee Stain Studios, appeals to more than one side of my gamer personality.
Anyone who played Far Cry 3 hit that point in the game where they said “self, this game is pretty cool, but would be even more awesome if they replaced Jason Brody with a Mark 4 Cyber-Comm
Alone, tired and sleeping in a little hut in the Outpost Settlement, an unlikely hero (or poor sap…your choice) awakes and embarks on an unforgettable journey to recover a stolen and powerful artif
Deep Silver’s sequel to the “zombie apocalypse in paradise” game, Dead Island Riptide (April 23, 2013), picks up right where the original Dead Island left off.
Injustice: Gods Among Us (April 16, 2013) excites my inner nerd in two ways: the comic book nerd and the Mortal Kombat nerd.
The year is 1912: the Republic of China forms, Cy Young retires from baseball, the Titanic launches for its maiden and final voyage to America, Teddy Roosevelt runs against Woodrow Wilson in the No
In a future imperiled by unspeakable inequity and an unstoppable intergalactic threat, one man can make a difference for humanity....if he has a bad-ass nanosuit.
Eidos gave the gaming world a shot of adrenaline straight to the chest in 1996 when Tomb Raider released.
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